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H. Scott Fogler | Faculty

H. Scott Fogler

Arthur F. Thurnau Professor

Vennema Professor, Chemical Engineering

3168A HH Dow
sfogler@umich.edu
(734) 936-0116

 

 

Short Bio

H. Scott Fogler is the Ame and Catherine Vennema Professor of Chemical Engineering and the Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and was the president of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) in 2009. He received his BS from the University of Illinois and his MS and PhD from the University of Colorado, and is a 1985 graduate of the New Orleans School of Cooking. He enjoys teaching undergraduate and graduate chemical reaction engineering courses, and a graduate-level seminar on strategies for creative problem solving

Forty-three doctoral students have graduated from his research group. Fogler and his students are well known for their work on the application of chemical reaction engineering principles to the petroleum industry. They have published over 200 research articles, in areas such as acidization of petroleum wells, upstream engineering, gelation kinetics, wax deposition in subsea pipelines, and asphaltene flocculation and deposition kinetics. Other research interests include: flow assurance, reaction engineering, colloids, colloidally-induced fines migration, and asphaltene stability multiphase flow. In addition to funding from government agencies, an industrial affiliates program, comprising nine oil companies, has given over four million dollars to support research in Fogler’s lab on flow and reaction problems in the petroleum industry. Many findings of this affiliate program have been implemented in industry.

He has authored five books, including the Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering, 5th edition, and Essentials of Chemical Reaction Engineering, both of which are estimated to be used by 70-80% of chemical engineering programs in the United States, and are also dominant in the worldwide market. Fogler and Professor Steven LeBlanc are co-authors of Strategies for Creative Problem Solving, which won the Meriam-Wiley Distinguished Author Award from ASEE in 1996 and now in its 3rd edition. A research monograph “Migration of Fines in Porous Media,” co-authored by K. Khilar, was published by Kluwer in 1998.

Fogler has received a number of distinguished awards at college, university, and national levels. From the University of Michigan, he received the Class of 1938 Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1971, the Distinguished Faculty Service Award in 1971, the Dow Outstanding Young Faculty Award in 1972, the Phi Lambda Upsilon Teaching and Leadership Award in 1977, the Excellence in Research Award in 1980, the Ame and Catherine Vennema Endowed Chair in Chemical Engineering in 1984, the Stephen S. Attwood Award for Excellence in Teaching and Research in 1995, the Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in 1996 and the Thurnau Professorship in 2006. At the national level, he was featured as ChE Educator in Chemical Engineering Education in 1978, received the Chemical Engineer of the Year Award from the Detroit Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) in 1980, and the University of Colorado Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1987. He received also the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Corcoran Award for Best paper (shared) in 1992 and in 1994 he was named a fellow of AIChE and later was elected to a three-year term as director of AIChE. In 1995, he was the recipient of the Warren K. Lewis award from AIChE for contributions to chemical engineering education and, in 1999, received the National Catalyst Award from the Chemical Manufacturers Association. In 2010, he received the Malcolm E. Pruitt Award from the Council for Chemical Research.

He has been the recipient of ten named lectureships, the inaugural Adler Lectureship at Case Western (1994), the McCabe Lectureship at North Carolina State (1994), the inaugural Tis Lahiri Lectureship at Vanderbilt (1995), the Harry G. Fair Lectureship at Oklahoma (1996), the Merck Sharp & Dohme Lectureship at the University of Puerto Rico (1997), the Phillips Lectureship at Oklahoma State (1997), the Johansen-Crosby Lectureship at Michigan State (1999), the Academy of Chemical Engineers Lectureship, University of Missouri-Rolla (2003), the Merck Distinguished Lecture, Rutgers University, (2004), the Krug Lecture, University of Illinois (2004), the Dineen Lecture, University of New Brunswick (2011) and the Zandmer Lecture, University of Calgary (2012).

Most recently, he finished a 2-year assignment on President Obama's commission to study and make recommendations on the flow of diluted bitumen in the Keystone Pipeline.

Research & Teaching

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Over the last 18 years Professor Fogler has focused his research on problems in upstream research with focus on asphaltene and paraffin deposition. He has graduated 43 Ph.D. students from his research group and has published over 230 research articles. He and his students are well-known for their work in chemical reaction engineering in petroleum engineering, which encompasses a number of fundamental chemical engineering areas, specifically; reaction engineering, colloids, and multiphase flow. Research topics include: flow, reaction and precipitation; kinetics of wax deposition; fused chemical reactions; gelation kinetics; asphaltene deposition kinetics and remediation; colloidal phenomena; and catalyzed dissolution of minerals. In addition to funding by government agencies, an industrial affiliates program that has been in existence for over 35 years. Currently the affiliates consist of 9 major oil companies that provide $50,000 each. A number of research results are now being used in industrial applications.

TEACHING INTERESTS

He enjoys teaching the undergraduate and graduate chemical reaction engineering courses, and a graduate-level seminar on strategies for creative problem solving.

Professional Experience

University of Michigan
Chemical Engineering Department
Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Vennema Distinguished Professor, 1984 - present
  • Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, 2003 - present
  • Department Chair, 1985 - 1990
  • Professor, 1975 - 1984
  • Associate Professor, 1971 - 1975
  • Assistant Professor, 1965 - 1971

Honors and Awards

University of Michigan - Chemical Engineering Department Awards

  • Excellence in Teaching Award, 1993
  • Excellence in Service Award, 1995
  • Excellence in Research Award, 1997

University of Michigan - College of Engineering Awards

  • Class of 1938 Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1971
  • Excellence in Research Award, 1980
  • Ame and Catherine Vennema Endowed Chair in Chemical Engineering, 1984
  • Stephen S. Attwood Award for Excellence in Teaching and Research, 1995

University of Michigan - University Awards

  • Distinguished Faculty Service Award, 1971
  • Phi Lambda Upsilon Teaching and Leadership Award, 1977
  • Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award, October, 1996

Named Lectureships

  • Adler Lectureship (Inaugural Lecture), Case Western Reserve University, April, 1994
  • McCabe Lecturer, North Carolina State University, April, 1994
  • Tis Lahiri Lectureship (Inaugural Lecture), Vanderbilt University, October, 1995
  • Harry G. Fair Lectureship, University of Oklahoma, May, 1996
  • Merck Sharp & Dohme Lectureship, University of Puerto Rico, April, 1997
  • Phillips Lectureship, Oklahoma State University, April, 1997
  • Johansen-Crosby Lectureship, Michigan State, December, 1999
  • MSM-UMR Academy of Chemical Engineers Lectureship, April 2003
  • Krug Lectureship, University of Illinois, May 2004

American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)

  • Dow Outstanding Young Faculty Award, 1972
  • Featured as ChE Educator in Chemical Engineering Education, 1978
  • Corcoran Award for Best Paper in Chemical Engineering Education (shared), 1993
  • Meriam/Wiley Distinguished Author Award (with S. LeBlanc), 1996
  • Lifetime Achievement Award, Chemical Engineering Division, 2005

American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE)

  • Chemical Engineer of the Year Award, Detroit Section of AIChE, 1980
  • Fellow, June 1994
  • Warren K. Lewis Award for Contributions to Chemical Engineering Education, 1995

Other Honors and Awards

  • Chemical Manufacturers Association, National Catalyst Award, 1999
  • Fulbright Scholar to Norway, 1974
  • University of Colorado Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1987

Professor Fogler is the author of Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering, which is estimated to be used by approximately 75 percent of all chemical engineering programs in the United States and is the dominant book worldwide. The fourth edition (2005) of the book was published with an interactive CD-ROM containing Living Example Problems, Interactive Computer Modules, Interactive Lecture Notes, A Professional Reference Shelf, Web Modules on both standard (Membrane Reactors) and novel (Cobra Bites) applications of chemical reaction engineering. The third edition was recently translated into Spanish and Portuguese. He and Professor Steven LeBlanc are co-authors of Strategies for Creative Problem Solving, which won the Meriam-Wiley Distinguished Author Award from the American Society for Engineering Education in 1996. A research monograph "Migration of Fines in Porous Media," co-authored by K. Khilar, was published by Kluwer in 1998.

BOOKS AND JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  • 234. "Teaching Creative Thinking and Transitioning Students to the Workplace in an Academic Setting," (with M. Senra) Chemical Engineering Education (2014).
  • 233. "Effect of Asphaltene Concentration on the Aggregation and Precipitation Tendency of Asphaltenes," (with N. Haji-Akbari and P. Teeraphapkul) Energy and Fuels, 2014.
  • 232. "Design Strategies for Reduced-Scale Surface Composition Gradients via Chemical Vapor Deposition Copolymerization," (with Y. Elkasabi, A. M. Ross, J. Oh, M. P. Hoepfner, J. Lahann, and P. H. Krebsbach) Chemical Vapor Deposition, 19 (2013).
  • 231. "Effects of Operating Conditions on Wax Deposit Carbon Number Distribution: Theory and Experiment" (with S. Zheng, F. Zhang and Z. Huang) Energy & Fuels, 27, 12, 7379-7388 (2013).
  • 230. "Multi-scale Scattering Investigations of Asphaltene Cluster Breakup, Nanoaggregate Dissociation, and Molecular Ordering," (with M. Hoepfner) Langmuir, 29 (49), pp. 15423-15432 (2013).
  • 229. "Strategies for Creative Problem Solving, (with S. E. LeBlanc and B. Rizzo) 3rd edition, 341 pages, Prentice Hall, September 2013.
  • 228. "The Fractal Aggregation of Asphaltenes," (with M. Hoepfner, C. Vilas Boas Favero and N. Haji-Akbari) Langmuir, 29 (28), pp. 8799-8808 (2013).
  • 227. "A Unified Model for Aggregation of Asphaltenes," (with N. Haji-Akbari, P. Masirisuk, and M. P. Hoepfner) Energy and Fuels, 27 (5), pp 2497-2505 (April 2013).
  • 226. "A Fundamental Study of Asphaltene Deposition," (with M. P. Hoepfner, V. Chuenmeechao,, V. Limsakoune, and T. Maqbool) Energy and Fuels, 27 (2), pp 725-735 (2013).
  • 225. "Response to Comments on 'The Effect of Operating Temperatures on Wax Deposition' by Huang et al."," (with Zhenyu Huang) Energy & Fuels, 26, 12, pp. 7390-7392 (2012).
  • 224. "Wax Deposition in Stratified Oil/Water Flow," (with Rainer Hoffmann, Lene Amundsen, Zhenyu Huang, and Sheng Zheng) AIChE Journal, 26, 6, pp 3416-3423 (May2012).
  • 223. "Counterintuitive Effects of the Oil Flow Rate on Wax Deposition," (with Yingda Lu, Zhenyu Huang, Rainer Hoffmann and Lene Amundsen) Energy & Fuels, 26, 7, pp. 4091-4097 (2012).
  • 222. "A Fundamental Model of Wax Deposition in Subsea Oil Pipelines," (with Zhenyu Huang, Hyun Su Lee and Michael Senra) AIChE Journal, 57, 11, pp. 2955-2964 (2011).
  • 221. "The Effect of Operating Temperatures on Wax Deposition," (with Zhenyu Huang, Yingda Lu, Rainer Hoffmann and Lene Amundsen) Energy Fuels, 25 (11), pp 5180-5188 (2011)
  • 220. "Wax Deposition Modeling of Oil/Water Stratified Channel Flow," (with Zhenyu Huang, Michael Senra and Ravi Kapoor) AIChE Journal, 57, 4, pp. 841-851 (2011).
  • 219. "Modeling the Aggregation of Asphaltene Nanoaggregates in Crude Oil-Precipitant Systems," (with T. Maqbool, S. Raha and M. Hoepfner), Energy & Fuels, 25, p1585, 2011.
  • 218. "The Integration of Process Safety into a Chemical Reaction Engineering Course: Kinetic Modeling of the T2 Incident," (with Ronald J. Willey and Michael B. Cutlip) Process Safety Progress, 30, 1 (2011).
  • 217. "Effect of Temperature on the Precipitation Kinetics of Asphaltenes," (with T. Maqbool and P. Srikiratiwong), Energy & Fuels, 25, p694, 2011.
  • 216. The Essentials of Chemical Reaction Engineering, 752 pages, Prentice Hall, November 2, 2010.
  • 215. "Silica Precipitation in Acidic Solutions: Mechanism, pH Effect, and Salt Effect," (with E. Gorrepati, P. Wongthahan and S. Raha), Langmuir, 26, p10467, 2010.
  • 214. "A Method to Determine the Wax Solubility Curve in Crude Oil from Centrifugation and High Temperature Gas Chromatography Measurements," (with S. Han, Z. Huang, M. Senra and R. Hoffmann), Energy & Fuels, 24, p1753, 2010.
  • 213. "Role of a Carboxylic Acid on the Crystallization, Deposition, and Gelation of Long-Chained n-Alkanes in Solution," (with M. Senra), E. Paracharoensawad and T. Scholand), Energy & Fuels, 23, p6040, 2009.
  • 212. "Role of Polydispersity and Cocrystallization on the Gelation of Long-Chained n-Alkanes in Solution," (with M. Senra, T. Scholand, and C. Maxey), Energy & Fuels, 23, p5947, 2009.
  • 211. "Revisiting Asphaltene Precipitation from Crude Oils: A Case of Neglected Kinetic Effects," (with T. Maqbool and A. T. Balgoa), Energy & Fuels, 23, p3681, 2009.
  • 210. "Effect of Asphaltene Dispersants on Aggregate Size Distribution and Growth," (with K. Kraiwattanawong, S. G. Gharfeh, P. Singh, W. H. Thomason and S. Chavadej), Energy & Fuels, 23, p1575, 2009.
  • 209. "Role of n-Alkane Polydispersity on the Crystallization of n-Alkanes from Solution" (with Michael Senra, Ekarit Panacharoensawad, Kraingkrai Kraiwattanawong, and Probjot Singh), Energy & Fuels, 22, (1), pp. 545-555 (2008).
  • 208. "Waxy oil gel breaking mechanisms: Adhesive versus cohesive failure," (with H. S. Lee, P. Singh, W. H. Thomason) Energy & Fuels, 22 p480, 2008.
  • 207. "A New Strategic Plan Catalyzes AIChE,"(with L. B. Evans, D. L. Keairns, J. A. Sofranko and R. Cain) Chemical Engineering Progress, 104, p100, 2008.
  • 206. "Understanding the Dissolution of Zeolites," (with R. Hartman) Langmuir, 23, 2007.
  • 205. "Thermodynamic Solubility Models to Predict Asphaltene Instability in Live Crude Oils," (with K. Kraiwattanawong, S. G. Gharfeh, P. Singh, W. H. Thomason and S. Chavadej), Energy & Fuels, 21, p1248, 2007.
  • 204.    Strategies for Creative Problem Solving, (with S. E. LeBlanc) 2nd Ed., 300 pages, Prentice Hall, 2007.
  • 203.    “The Unique Mechanism of Analcime Dissolution by Hydrogen Ion Attack,” (with Ryan L. Hartman) Langmuir, 22 (26), pp 11163–11170 (2006).
  • 202.    “Acid Sensitive Aluminosilicates: Dissolution Kinetics and Fluid Selection for Matrix Stimulation Treatments,” (with R. Hartman, B. Lecerf, W. Frenier, and M. Ziauddin) SPE Production & Operations Journal, 21, p194 (May, 2006).
  • 202b.    Susan Montgomery at the University of Michigan (with Lara Zielin) Chemical Engineering Education, 40, p154, 2006.
  • 202a.    “The Next Millennium in Chemical Engineering,” (with Christine Hyrene) Chemical Engineering Education, 40, p99, 2006.
  • 201.    The Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering, 4th Ed., 1050 pages, Prentice Hall, 2006.
  • 200.    “Reaction Kinetics and Mechanisms of Zeolite Dissolution in Hydrochloric Acid,” (with Ryan L. Hartman) Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 44(20), p7738-7745 (2005).
  • 199.    “Paraffin Polydispersity Facilitates Mechanical Gelation,” (with K. Paso) I & EC Research, 44, p7242-7254 (2005).
  • 198.    “The Strength of Paraffin Gels Formed Under Static and Flow Conditions,” (with R. Venkatesan, N. Nagarajan, K Paso; Y-B. Yi, and A. M. Sastry) Chemical Engineering Science, 60, p3587 (2005).
  • 197.    “A Physiologically Based Model for Ethanol and Acetaldehyde Metabolism in Human Beings,” (with D. M. Umulis, M. N. Gurmen, and P. Singh) Alcohol, 35, p1 (2005).
  • 196.    “Scale Inhibition Study by Turbidity Measurement,” (with V. Tantayakom, T. Sreethawong, F. F. de Moraes, and S. Chavadej) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 284, p57 (2005).
  • 195.    “Kinetic Studies of Scale Inhibitor Precipitation in Squeeze Treatments,” (with V. Tantayakom, P. Charoensirithavorn, and S. Chavadej Crystal Growth and Design, 5, p329 (2005).
  • 194.    “Characterization of Polar-Based Asphaltene Subfraction,” (with P. Wattana, A. Yen, C. Garcia, and L. Carbognani) Energy & Fuels, 19, p101 (2005).
  • 193.    “Growth of Leuconostoc mesenteroides NRRL-B523 in an alkaline medium: Suboptimal pH growth inhibition of a lactic acid bacterium” (with B. F. Wolf) Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Vol.89, No.1, pp.96-101, (2005).
  • 192.    “Facilitated Diffusion in the Dissolution of Carboxylic Polymers,” (with A. D. Nguyen) AIChE J. 51 No.2, p415-425 (2005).
  • 191.    “Studies on Asphaltenes through Analysis of Polar Fractions,” (with Vaibhav Nalwaya, Veerapat Tantayakom, and Pornpote Piumsomboon) Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 43 (23), p7682 (2004).
  • 190.    “Fused Chemical Reactions 3: The Controlled Release of Catalyst to Control the Temperature Profile in Tubular Reactors,” (with D. A. Nguyen and F. F. de Moraes) Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 43(18); pp 5862-5873 (2004).
  • 189.    “Functional Groups in Fractionated Asphaltenes and the Adsorption of Amphiphilic Molecules,” (with J. Östlund, M Nydén, and K. Holmberg) Colloids & Surfaces, 234 (1-3) p95 (2004).
  • 188.    “Bulk Stabilization in Wax Deposition Systems,” (with K. Paso) Energy & Fuels, 18, p1005 (2004).
  • 187.    “Study of Ca-ATMP Precipitation in the Presence of Magnesium Ion,” (with V. Tantayakom, F. F. de Moraes, M. Bualuang, S. Chavadej, and P. Malakul) Langmuir 20(6) pp 2220 (2004).
  • 186.    “Characterization of Fractionated Asphaltenes by UV-VIS and NMR Self-Diffusion Spectroscopy,” (with J. Östlund, P. Wattana, and M. Nyden) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 271, p372 (2004).
  • 185.    “Comments on Analogies for Correlated heat and Mass Transfer in Turbulent Flow,” (with R. Venkatesan) AIChE Journal, 50(7), p.1623 (2004).
  • 184.    “The Effect of Asphaltenes on the Gelation of Waxy Oils,” (Ramachandran Venkatesan, Jenny-Ann Östlund, Hitesh Chawla, Piyarat Wattana, and Magnus Nydén) Energy & Fuels, 17 (6), p1630-1640 (2003).
  • 183.    “Influence of n-paraffin composition on the aging of wax-oil gel deposits,” (with K. G. Paso) AIChE J., 49, p3241 (2003).
  • 182.    “Kinetics and Mechanism of the Reaction Between Ammonium and Nitrite Ions: Experimental and Theoretical Studies,” (with D. A. Nguyen and M. A. Iwaniw) Chemical Engineering Science, 58, p4351 (2003).
  • 181.    “Study of Asphaltene Precipitation Using Refractive Index Measurement,” (with P. Wattana, D. Wojciechowski, and G. Bolaños) Petroleum Science and Technology Journal, Vol.21, No.3&4, p591 (2003).
  • 180.    “Delineating the Pour Point and Gelation Temperature of Waxy Crude Oils,” (with R. Venkatesan and P. Singh) SPE Journal, 7, p.349 (2002).
  • 179.    “Pore-Scale Investigation of Biomass Development and Propagation in Porous Media,” (with T. L. Stewart) Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 77 No. 5, p.577 (March 5, 2002).
  • 178.    “Asynchronous Learning of Chemical Reaction Engineering,” (with N. Varde) Chemical Engineering Education, Vol. 35, p.290 (2001).
  • 177.    “The Existence of a Critical Carbon Number in the Aging of a Wax-Oil Gel,” (with P. Singh and A. Youyen) AIChE J., 47, No. 9, p.2111, (Sept 2001,).
  • 176.    “The Use of Fused Chemical Reactions with Encapsulation to Remediate Paraffin Plugging in Pipelines,” (with D. A. Nguyen) Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 40(23), p.5058 (2001).
  • 175.    “Alteration of the Growth Rate and Lag Time of Leuconostoc mesenteroides NRRL-B523,” (with B. F. Wolf) Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 72, 6, p. 603 (2001).
  • 174.    “Biomass Plug Development and Propagation in Porous Media,” (with T. L. Stewart) Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 72 No. 3, p.353 (2001).
  • 173.    “Morphological Evolution of Thick Wax Deposits during Aging,” (with P. Singh and R. Venkatesan) AIChE J., 47, No. 1 p.6 (2001).
  • 172.    “Low Reynolds Number Interactions between Colloidal Particles Near the Entrance to a Cylindrical Pore,” (with V. Ramachandran, R. Venkatesan, G. Tryggvason) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 229 p.311 (2000).
  • 171.    “Formation and Aging of Incipient Thin Film Wax-Oil Gels,” (with P. Singh, R. Venkatesan, and N. Nagarajan) AIChE J., 46 p.1059 (2000).
  • 170.    “Biomass Evolution in Porous Media and its Effects on Permeability under Starvation Conditions,” (with D. S. Kim) Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 69(1) p.47 (2000).
  • 169.    “Effects of pH and Trace Minerals on Long-Term Starvation of Leuconostoc mesenteroides,” (with D. S. Kim and S. Thomas*) Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 66(3), p.976 (2000).
  • 168.    “Classification Of Asphaltenes Via Fractionation and the Effect Of Heteroatom Content on Dissolution Kinetics,” (with T. J. Kaminski, N. Wolf, P. Wattana, and A. Mairal) Energy & Fuels, 14, p.25 (2000).
  • 167.    “Prediction Of The Wax Content Of The Incipient Wax-Oil Gel in a Pipeline: An Application of the Controlled-Stress Rheometer,” (with P. Singh and N. Nagarajan) J. of Rheology, 43, p.1437 (1999).
  • 166.    “The Effects of Biopolymers on Cell Morphology and Culturability of Leuconostoc mesenteroides during Starvation,” (with D. S. Kim) Appl Microbiol and Biotechnol 52(6), p.839 (1999).
  • 165.    “Optimum Conditions for Wormhole Formation in Carbonate Porous Media: The Influence of Transport and Reaction,” (with C. N. Fredd) SPE J., 4 (3), (1999).
  • 164.    “Formation Damage in Smectitic Sandstones by High Ionic Strength Brines,” (with K. K. Mohan and M. Reed) Colloid and Surfaces, A: Physiochem. and Eng. Asp., 154, p.249-257 (1999).
  • 163.    “Studies on Asphaltenes through Analysis of Polar Fractions,” (with V. Nalwaya, V. Tantayakom and P. Piumsomboon) Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 38(3), p.964 (1999).
  • 162.    “Plugging of Hydrodynamic Bridging during Flow of Stable Colloidal Particles within Cylindrical Pores,” (with V. Ramachandran) J. of Fluid Mechanics, 25(4) p.129 (1999).
  • 161.    The Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering, 3rd Ed., 959 pages, Prentice Hall, 1999.
  • 160a.    “Frontiers of Chemical Reaction Engineering Research and Education,” in Engineering The Future For Human Well-Being, Proceeding of the AIChE golden Jubilee Congress, Dec. 14-18, 1997 (published 1998).
  • 160.    “The Kinetics of Calcite Dissolution in Acetic Acid Solutions”, (with C. N. Fredd) Chemical Engineering Science, 53, no.22, p.3863-3874 (1998).
  • 159.    “Alternative Stimulation Fluids and Their Impact on Carbonate Acidizing”, (with C. N. Fredd) SPE Journal, 13, (1) p.33, (1998).
  • 158.    Migration of Fines in Porous Media, (with K. C. Khilar) 153 pages, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.
  • 157.    “A Pore-Scale Model for Fluid Injection and In-Situ Gelation in Porous Media,” (with K. E. Thompson) Physical Review, 57, p.5825 (1998).
  • 156.    “Multi-Layer Deposition of Stable Colloidal Particles During Flow within Cylindrical Pores,” (with V. Ramachandran) Langmuir, 14, p.4435 (1998).
  • 155.    “The Influence of Chelating Agents on the Kinetics of Calcite Dissolution”, (with C. N. Fredd) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 204/1, p.187 (1998).
  • 154.    “Fused Chemical Reactions: The Use of Dispersion to Delay Reaction Time in Tubular Reactors,” (with P. Singh) Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 37, p.2203 (1998).
  • 153.    “The Influence of Transport and Reaction on Wormhole Formation in Porous Media”, (with C. N. Fredd) AIChE J., 44, p.1933 (1998).
  • 152.    “Rates and Mechanisms for Modeling Microbial Transport for Bioremediation Systems,” (with D. S. Kim and D. Maurer) Proceedings of In-Situ and On-site Bioremediation Conference, 4(4), p.553 (1997).
  • 151a.    “Chelating Agents as Effective Matrix Stimulation Fluids for Carbonate Formations”, (with C. N. Fredd) Proc.-Int. Symp. Oilfield Chem., p.23 (1997).
  • 151.    “Neutron Transmission Tomography Applied to Reactive Dissolution Through Percolating Porous Media,” (with C. N. Fredd and J. T. Lindsay) Non-Invasive Monitoring of Multiphase Flows, Edited by J. Chaouki, F. Larachi, and M. P. Dudukovic, Elsevier Science Publishing Co., p. 185 (1997).
  • 150.    “Controlled Formation of Silica Particles from Tetraethyl Orthosilicate in Nonionic W/O Microemulsions,” (with C. L. Chang) Langmuir, Vol.13, No.13, p.3295 (1997).
  • 149.    “Effect of pH and Layer Charge on Formation Damage in Porous Media Containing Swelling Clays,” (with K. K. Mohan) Langmuir, Vol.13, p.2863 (1997).
  • 148.    “Precipitation and Dissolution of Calcium-ATMP Precipitates for the Inhibition of Scale Formation in Porous Media,” (with R. Pairat, C. Sumeath, and F. H. Browning) Langmuir, Vol.13, No.6, p.1791, (1997).
  • 147.    “A Kinetic Study of Asphaltene Dissolution in Amphiphile/Alkane Solutions,” (with Pornruedee Permsukarome and Chialu Chang) Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 36 (9), pp 3960–3967 (1997).
  • 146.    “Rates and Mechanisms for Modeling Microbial Transport for Bioremediation Systems,” (with D. S. Kim and D. Maurer) the Fourth International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium, Vol.4, p.553-55, (1997).
  • 145.    “Colloidally Induced Smectitic Fines Migration- The Existence of Microquakes,” (with K. K. Mohan) AIChE J.,43, p.565 (1997).
  • 144.    “Modeling Flow in Disordered Packed Beds from Pore-Scale Fluid Mechanics,” (with K. E. Thompson) AIChE J., 43(6), p.1377 (1997).
  • 143.    “Pore-Level Mechanisms for Altering Multiphase Permeability with Gels,” (with K. E. Thompson) SPE Journal, 2(3), p.350 (1997).
  • 142c.    “Competition Between Hydrodynamic and Colloidal Forces During Flow of Stable Colloidal Suspensions through Porous Media,” (with V. Ramachandran) Advances in Chemical Engineering, Proceedings of the International Conference on Advances in Chemical Engineering, Madras, India (peer reviewed) Allied Publishers Limited, New Delhi (1996).
  • 142b.    “CACHE’s Role in Computing in Chemical Reaction Engineering,” Computers in Chemical Engineering Education, CACHE 25th Anniversary Monograph, p. 103 (1996).
  • 142a.    “Interactive Computer-Aided Instruction,” (with S. Montgomery) Computers in Chemical Engineering Education, CACHE 25th Anniversary Monograph, p. 57 (1996).
  • 142.    “The Effect of Precipitating Conditions on the Formation of Calcium-HEDP Precipitates,” (with F. H. Browning) Langmuir, Vol.12, No.21, p.5231 (1996).
  • 141a.    “Chemical Engineering Fundamentals in Biological Systems - Multimedia Modules,” (with S. M. Montgomery, K. Wong, D. J. Dooney, J. J. Donderman, H. Y. Wang, and M. A. Burns) CACHE News, No.43, p.5, (Fall 1996)
  • 141.    “Kinetics of Silica Particle Formation in Nonionic W/O Microemulsions from TEOS,” (with C. L. Chang) AIChE J., Vol.42, No.11, p.3153 (1996).
  • 140.    “Vicher: A Virtual Reality Based Educational Module for Chemical Reaction Engineering,” (with J. T. Bell) Computer Applications in Engineering Education, Vol.4, No.4 p. 285 (1996).
  • 139.    “Interactive Creative Problem Solving,” (with S. E. LeBlanc and S. M. Montgomery) Computer Applications in Engineering Education, Vol. 4(1) p.35-9 (1996).
  • 138.    “Fundamental Study of the Dissolution of Calcium-Phosphonates from Porous Media,” (with F. H. Browning) AIChE J., Vol.42, No.10, p.2883 (1996).
  • 137.    “Model for the Reaction Rate Limited Dissolution of Solids with Etch-Rate Heterogeneities, A,” (with E. A. Robertson, III) AIChE J., Vol.42, No.10, p.2654 (1996). September
  • 136.    “The Reaction Kinetics of Photo-Active Defects in Semiconductor Dissolution,” (with E. A. Robertson, III) AIChE J. Vol.42, No.8, p.2279 (1996).
  • 135.    “Reduction of Porous Media Permeability From In Situ Leuconostoc Mesenteroides Growth And Dextran Production,” (with R. Lappan) Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 50, p.6-15 (1996).
  • 134.    “Selecting Computer-Aided Instruction Software,” (with S. Montgomery) J. of Engineering Education, Vol. 85, p. 53 (1996).
  • 133.    “Peptization and Coagulation of Asphaltenes in Apolar Media Using Oil-Soluble Polymers,” (with C. L. Chang) Fuel Science and Technology International Journal, 14, No.1&2 p. 75 (1996)
  • 132.    “Chemical Reaction Engineering,” The Chemical Engineering Handbook, Section X, 76, p.797, CRC Press, (1996).
  • 131.    “Effect of Synthesis Parameters on the Properties of Calcium Phosphonate Precipitates,” (with F. H. Browning) Langmuir, Vol.11, No.10, p.4143 (1995).
  • 130.    “Prediction of Fluid Distribution in Porous Media Treated With Foamed Gel,” (with M. Miller) Chemical Engineering Science, 50, 20, p. 3261 (1995).
  • 129.    “Foamed Gel Barriers in Porous Media: Breakdown and Permeability Evolution,” (with M. Miller) AIChE J., 41, 11 p.2487 (1995).
  • 128.    “Aging of Foamed Gel Used for Subsurface Permeability Reduction,” (with M. Miller) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 175, p. 88, (1995).
  • 127.    “Precipitation and Dissolution of Calcium - Phosphonates for the Enhancement of Squeeze Lifetimes,” (with F. H. Browning) SPE Production & Facilities, 10, p. 144 (August 1995).
  • 126.    “High Temperature Kinetic Study for Reactive Ion Etching of InP in BCl3/Ar/O2,” (with A. Demos, J. Fournier, and M. Elta) AIChE J., 41, 3 p.658 (1995).
  • 125.    Open-Ended Problems in Chemical Reaction Engineering, (with S. E. LeBlanc) Prentice Hall, March 1995.
  • 124.    “A Study of Diversion Mechanisms by Reactive Water-Diverting Agents,” (with K. E. Thompson) SPE Production and Facilities, 10, 2 (1995).
  • 123.    “A Mechanistic Investigation of Waterflood Diversion Using Foamed Gels,” (with M. Miller) SPE Production and Facilities, 10, 1 (Feb) 62 (1995).
  • 122.    Strategies for Creative Problem Solving, (with S. E. LeBlanc) 203 pages, Prentice Hall, 1995.
  • 121.    “Laser-Enhanced Material Selectivity in N-GaAs/N-Al(0.4)Ga(0.6)As Heterostructures,” (with E. A. Robertson, III) J. Electrochem. Soc., 141, 2893 (1994).
  • 120.    “Stabilization of Asphaltenes in Aliphatic Solvents Using Alkylbenzene-Derived Amphiphiles: Part II. Study of Asphaltene-Amphiphile Interactions and Structures Using FTIR Spectroscopy and SAXS Techniques,” (with C. L. Chang) Langmuir, 10,6, p. 1758-1766 (1994).
  • 119.    “Stabilization of Asphaltenes in Aliphatic Solvents Using Alkylbenzene-Derived Amphilphiles: Part I Effect of Chemical Structure of Amphiphiles on Asphaltene Stabilization,” (with C. L. Chang) Langmuir, 10(6), p. 1749-1757 (1994).
  • 118.    “Leuconostoc Mesenteroides Growth Kinetics with Application to Bacterial Profile Modification,” (with R. Lappan) Biotechnology and Bioengineering, vol. 143, p.865 (1994).
  • 117.    “Effects of Cellular Polysaccharide Production on Cell Transport and Retention in Porous Media,” (with R. Lappan) in Manipulation of Groundwater Colloids for Environmental Restoration, p. 129, edited by John F. McCarthy and Frank J. Wobber, Lewis Publishers (1993).
  • 116.    “Effects of pH on Fines Migration and Permeability Reduction,” (with R. N. Vaidya) in Manipulation of Groundwater Colloids for Environmental Restoration, p. 123, edited by John F. McCarthy and Frank J. Wobber, Lewis Publishers (1993).
  • 115.    “Water Sensitivity of Sandstones Containing Swelling and Non-Swelling Clays,” (with K. K. Mohan, R. N. Vaidya, and M. G. Reed) Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 73 p.237-254 (1993).
  • 114.    “Convective Jamming - A Mechanism of Particle Capture during Flow of Stable Colloidal Suspensions through Porous Media,” (with V. Ramachandran, N. Salehi, and G. Chauveteau) Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Filtration Society, Chicago, May 3-5, 1993.
  • 113.    “An Appetizing Structure of Chemical Reaction Engineering for Undergraduates,” Chemical Engineering Education. 27, p. 10, (1993).
  • 112.    “Transport in Pores with Sterically Stabilized Particles,” (with S. Misra) Langmuir. Vol. 9, No. 5, p. 1306-1314 (1993).
  • 111.    “The Effect of Foams Used During Carbonate Acidization,” (with K. E. Thompson, M. Bernadiner) SPE - Production Eng., Vol 7., p. 350 (1992).
  • 110.    “Fines Migration and Formation Damage: Influence of pH and Ion Exchange,” (with R. N. Vaidya) SPE - Production Eng., 7(4), 325 (Nov. 1992).
  • 109.    “Interactive Computer Modules for Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Instruction,” (with S. M. Montgomery, and R.P. Zipp) Computer Applications in Engineering Education, Vol. (1) p. 11-24 (1992).
  • 108.    “Application of Neutron Radiography to Image Flow Phenomena in Porous Media,” (with J. Jasti) AIChE J., 38 No.4, p.481, (1992).
  • 107.    “Effect of Bacterial Polysaccharide Production on Formation Damage,” (with R. Lappan) SPE - Production Engineering, 7, No.2, p.167-171 (1992)
  • 106.    “Enhanced Etching of InP by Cycling with Sputter Etching and Reactive Ion Etching,” (with A. Demos, H. Etemad, and M. E. Elta) SPIE Journal, 1392, p.1101 (1991).
  • 105.    Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering, 2nd Ed., 838 pages, Prentice Hall, 1991.
  • 104.    “Development of Radial Models for Formation Damage in Porous Media,” (with S. D. Rege) Chemical Engineering Communication, 108, p. 67-83 (1991).
  • 103.    “Enhanced Etching of Group III-V Semiconductors by Oscillating with Sputter Etching and Reactive Ion Etching,” (with A. Demos, H. Etemad and M. Elta) J. of the Electrochemical Society, 138, No.4, p.1143 (1991).
  • 102.    “Modified Clay Sorbents,” (with K. Srinivasan) U.S. Patent, No. 4,916,095, April 4, 1990.
  • 101.    “Determination of Velocity Profiles in Porous Media Using Shifts in Gamma Ray Energy Spectra,” (with J. Jasti) AIChE J., 36, No. 6, p. 827 (1990).
  • 100.    “Formation Damage Due to Colloidally Induced Fines Migration,” (with R. N. Vaidya) Colloids and Surfaces 50, p.215--229 (1990).
  • 99.    “Stabilization of Colloidal Particles by Acidic Polysaccharides -- Effect of Temperature on Stability,” (with A. Yokoyama and K. R. Srinivasan) Langmuir, 6, p.702 (1990).
  • 98.    “Use of Inorgano-Organo-Clays in the Removal of Priority Pollutants from Industrial Wastewaters, Part II: Adsorption of Benzo(A) Pyrene and Chlorophenols from Aqueous Solutions,” (with K. R. Srinivasan) Clays and Clay Minerals, 38, No.3, p.287 (1990).
  • 97.    “Use of Inorgano-Organo-Clays in the Removal of Priority Pollutants from Industrial Wastewaters,” Part I: Structural Aspects,” (with K. R. Srinivasan) Clays and Clay Minerals, 38, No.3, p.277 (1990).
  • 96.    “Colloidally Induced Fines Release in Porous Media,” (with K. C. Khilar and R. N. Vaidya) J. Pet. Sci & Engr. 4, p.213-221 (1990).
  • 95.    “The Use of Modified Clays for the Removal and Disposal of Chlorinated Dioxins and Other Priority Pollutants from Industrial Wastewater,” (with K. R. Srinivasan) Chemosphere, 18, No.(1-6), p.333 (1989).
  • 94.    “Dioxin Sorption by Hydroxy-Aluminum-Treated Clays,” (with K. R. Srinivasan and T. Nolan) Clays and Clay Minerals, 37, No.5, p.487 (1989).
  • 93.    “Competition Between Flow, Dissolution, and Precipitation in Porous Media,” (with S. D. Rege) AIChE J., 35, 1117 (1989).
  • 92.    “Dissolution of Powdered Minerals, the Effect of Polydispersity,” (with S. E. LeBlanc) AIChE J., 35, No.5, 865 (1989).
  • 91.    “Stabilization Mechanism by Acidic Polysaccharides - Effect of Electrostatic Interactions on Stability and Peptization,” Langmuir, 5, 534 (1989).
  • 90.    “Fluid Velocity and Reaction Rate Effects During Carbonate Acidizing,” (with M. L. Hoefner) Society of Petroleum Engineers Production Engineering Journal, 4, 56 (1989).
  • 89.    “A Network Model for Deep Filtration of Solid Particles and Emulsion Drops,” (with S. D. Rege) AIChE J., 34 1761 (1988).
  • 88.    “Capacitance Effect in Porous Media,” (with J. Jasti and R. N. Vaidya) SPE Reservoir Engineering, 3, 1207 (1988).
  • 87.    “Stabilization Mechanism of Colloid Suspensions by Gum Tragacanth: The Influence of pH on Stability,” (with A. Yokoyama and K. R. Srinivasan) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 126, 141 (1988).
  • 86.    “Fundamentals of Colloid Stability In Quiescent Media - Review,” (with D. H. Melik) Encyclopedia of Emulsion Technology, 3, 3-77 (1988).
  • 85.    “Modified Clay Sorbents,” (with K. Srinivasan) U.S. Patent 4740488 Issued April 26, 1988.
  • 84.    “Pore Evolution and Channel Formation During Flow and Reaction in Porous Media,” (with M. L. Hoefner) AIChE J., 34, p.45-55, (1988).
  • 83.    “The Effect of Salt Composition on Clay Release in Berea Sandstones,” (with S. Kia, M. G. Reed and R. N. Vaidya) Society of Petroleum Engineers Production Engineering, 2 , 277 (1987).
  • 82.    “Effect of pH on Colloidally Induced Fines Migration,” (with S. Kia and M. Reed) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 118, 158 (1987).
  • 81.    “Network Model for Straining Dominated Entrapment in Porous Media,” (with S. D. Rege) Chemical Engineering Science, 42, 1553 (1987).
  • 80.    “Colloidally Induced Fines Migration,” (with K. C. Khilar) Reviews in Chemical Engineering, 4, 41 (1987).
  • 79.    “Role of Acid Diffusion in Matrix Acidizing Carbonates,” (with M. L. Hoefner) J. of Petroleum Technology, 39, p.203 (1987).
  • 78.    “Population Balance Modeling of Polydisperse Solids: Mass Transfer and Reaction Rate Regimes,” (with S. E. LeBlanc) AIChE J., 33, p.54 (1987).
  • 77.    “The Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering,” Textbook 769 pages, Prentice Hall, May 1986.
  • 76.    “Role of Conduction/Valence Bands and Redox Potential in Accelerated Mineral Dissolution,” (with S. E. LeBlanc) AIChE J., 32, p.1702 (1986).
  • 75.    “The Influence of Gums on the Stability of Dispersions,” (with B. Bergenstahl and P. Stenius) Gums and Stabilizer for the Food Industry, Elsevier, p.285 (1986).
  • 74.    “Removal of Trace Levels of 2,3,7,8-TCDD From Industrial Wastewaters by Sorption on Clay-Based Sorbents: Part II: Binding of OCDD, 2,3,7,8-TCDD, and HCB to Clay-Based Sorbents,” (with K. Srinivasan) Chlorinated Dioxins and Dibenzofurans ACS Symposium Series, p.531 (1986).
  • 73.    “Removal of Trace Levels of 2,3,7,8-TCDD From Industrial Wastewaters by Sorption on Clay-Based Sorbents: Part I: Preparation and Characterization of Clay-Based Sorbents,” (with K. Srinivasan) Chlorinated Dioxins and Dibenzofurans ACS Symposium Series, p.519 (1986).
  • 72.    “Porous Dissolution Reactors,” (with S. D. Rege) Chemical Engineering Communications, 42, p.291 (1986).
  • 71.    “Prediction and Measurement of Initial Flocculation Rates in Quiescent Media,” (with D. H. Melik) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 108, p.503-518 (1985).
  • 70.    “A Model for Piping/Plugging in Earthen Structures,” (with K. C. Khilar and D. Gray) J. of Geotechnical Engineering, 111, No.7, p.833-846 (1985).
  • 69.    “Effective Matrix Acidizing in Carbonates Using Microemulsions,” (with M. L. Hoefner) Chemical Engineering Progress, 81, p.40 (1985).
  • 68.    “Removal of Trace Levels of Dioxin from Water by Sorption on Modified Clay,” (with K. Srinivasan, E. Gulari, T. Nolan and J. S. Schultz) Environmental Progress, 4(4), p.239 (1985).
  • 67.    “Variation of Sonoluminescence of Water with the Liquid Temperature,” (with P. Chendke) J. of Physical Chemistry, 89, No.9, p.1673 (1985).
  • 66.    “Colloid Stability: Comparison of Sedimentation with Sedimentation Flocculation,” (with D. H. Melik) ACS Symposium Series, 272, p.461 (1985).
  • 65.    “The Existence of a Critical Salt Concentration for Particle Release,” (with K. C. Khilar) J. Colloid and Interface Science, 101, 214 (1984).
  • 64.    “Effect of Gravity on Brownian Flocculation,” (with D. H. Melik) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 101, 84 (1984).
  • 63.    “Gravity-Induced Flocculation,” (with D. H. Melik) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 101, p.72 (1984).
  • 62a.    “Keeping all the Balls in The Air,” (with R. Kummler) Chemical Engineering Education, p.98, Summer 1984.
  • 62.    “Porous Dissolution Reactors and Dissolution Catalysis,” in Frontiers of Chemical Reaction Engineering, Vol.II, p.36-73, John Wiley and Sons, (1984).
  • 61.    “The Design of a Course in Problem Solving,” AIChE Symposium Series, 79, No.228, p.40 (1983).
  • 60.    “Effect of Static Pressure on the Intensity and Spectral Distribution of the Sonoluminescence of Water,” (with P. K. Chendke) J. of Physical Chemistry, 87, p.1644 (1983).
  • 59.    “The Sonoluminescence of Sonochemical Reactions of Aqueous Carbon Tetrachloride Solution,” (with P. K. Chendke) J. of Physical Chemistry, 87, 1362 (1983).
  • 58.    “Sandstone Water Sensitivity: The Existence of a Critical Rate of Salinity Decrease for Particle Capture,” (with K. C. Khilar) Chemical Engineering Science, 38, 789 (1983).
  • 57.    “The Water Sensitivity of Sandstone,” (with K. C. Khilar) Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal, 23, 55 (1983).
  • 56.    “Turbidimetric Determination of Particle Size Distributions of Colloidal Systems,” (with D. H. Melik) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 92, 161 (1983).
  • 55.    An Improved Simulation for Interpreting “Temperature Logs in Water Injection Wells,” (with J. Fagley and R. Milhone) Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal, 22, 709 (1982).
  • 54.    “The Radial Movement of Permeability Fronts and Multiple Reaction Zones in Porous Media,” (with Y. Hekim and C. C. McCune) Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal, 22, p.99 (1982).
  • 53.    “Predictions of Fluidized Bed Operation Under Two Limiting conditions: Reaction Control and Transport Control,” (with L. F. Brown) ACS Symposium Series, 168, 31 (1981).
  • 52.    “Emulsion Stability: Experimental Studies on Simultaneous Flocculation and Creaming,” (with S. R. Reddy) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 82, 128 (1981).
  • 51.    “Emulsion Stability: Theoretical Studies on Simultaneous Flocculation and Creaming,” (with S. R. Reddy and D. H. Melik) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 82, 116 (1981).
  • 50.    “Permeability Reduction in Water Sensitive Sandstones,” (with K. C. Khilar) Surface Phenomena in Enhanced Oil Recovery, Plenum Press, 721 (1981).
  • 49.    “Dissolution Kinetics: Catalysis by Salt,” (with W. E. Kline) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 82, 103 (1981).
  • 48a.    “Detroit Program Has an Eye on What Lies Ahead,” Chemical Engineering Progress, 77, p.85 (1981).
  • 48.    “Dissolution Kinetics: Catalysis by Strong Acids,” (with W. E. Kline) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 82, 93 (1981).
  • 47.    “Dissolution Kinetics: The Nature of Particle Attack of Layered Silicates in HF,” (with W. E. Kline) Chemical Engineering Science, 36, 871 (1981).
  • 46.    “The Dissolution of Silicate Minerals by Hydrofluoric Acid,” (with W. E. Kline) Ind. Eng. Chemistry Fundamentals, 20, 155 (1981).
  • 45.    “Emulsion Stability - Delineation of Different Particle Loss Mechanisms,” (with S. R. Reddy) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 79, 105 (1981).
  • 44.    “Emulsion Stability - Determination from Turbidity,” (with S. R. Reddy) J. of Colloid and Interface Science, 79, 101 (1981).
  • 43.    “Objectives, Problems, and Solutions in Conducting an Open-Ended Laboratory,” (with A. Hejmadi) J. of Lab. Oriented Studies, 2, 5 (1980).
  • 42.    “Stimulation of Gas Storage Fields to Restore Deliverability,” (with E. R. Crain) J. of Petroleum Technology, 32, p.1612 (1980).
  • 41.    “Emulsion Stability - Acoustically Formed Emulsions,” (with S. R. Reddy) J. of Physical Chemistry, 84, p.1570 (1980).
  • 40.    “On the Movement of Multiple Reaction Zones in Porous Media,” (with Y. Hekim) AIChE J., 26, p.403 (1980).
  • 39.    “Physical Properties of Water in Oil Emulsions (density and bulk compressibility),” (with Scott C. Siegmund, Michael L. Storbeck and James B.  Cross) J. Chem. Eng. Data, 25 (1), p.72-74 (1980).
  • 38.    “An Experimental Technique for Obtaining Permeability-Porosity Relationships on Acidized Porous Media,” (with Conwell C. McCune and William E. Kline) Ind. Eng. Chem. Fund., 18 (2), p.188-191 (1979).
  • 37.    “Acoustic Emulsification Part 2. Breakup of the Large Primary Oil Droplets in a Water Medium,” (with M. K. Li) J. of Fluid Mechanics, 88, p.513 (1978).
  • 36.    “Acoustic Emulsification Part 1. On the Instability of the Oil Water Interface to Form the Initial Droplets,” (with M. K. Li) J. of Fluid Mechanics, 88, p.499 (1978).
  • 35.    “A Note on Capillary Model Developments for Sandstone Acidization,” (with S. T. Swift) Chemical Engineering Science, 32, p.339 (1977).
  • 34.    “Acidization VI - On the Stoichiometric and Equilibrium Relationships for the Reactions with Mud Acid,” (with Y. Hekim) Chemical Engineering Science, 32, p.1 (1977).
  • 33.    “On Predicting the Flow and Reaction of HC1/ HF Acid Mixtures in Porous Sandstone Cores,” (with K. Lund and C. C. McCune) Society Petroleum Engineers Journal, 12, p.248 (1976).
  • 32.    “On the Extension of the Model of Matrix Acid Stimulation to Different Sandstones,” (with C. C. McCune) AIChE J., 22, p.799 (1976).
  • 31.    “Acidization V - On the Prediction of the Movement of Acid and Permeability Fronts in Sandstone,” (with K. Lund) Chemical Engineering Science, 31, p.381 (1976).
  • 30.    “Acidization IV - Experimental Correlations and Techniques for the Acidization of Sandstone Cores,” (with K. Lund, J. W. Ault, and C. C. McCune) Chemical Engineering Science, 31, p.373 (1976).
  • 29.    “A New Model for the Prediction of Chemical and Physical Changes During Acid Stimulation of Petroleum Reservoirs,” (with J. Cunningham, C. C. McCune and K. Lund) Society Petroleum Engineers Journal, Vol.11, p.361 (1975).
  • 28.    “Acidization III - The Kinetics of the Dissolution of Sodium and Potassium Feldspar in Hydrochloric-Hydrofluoric Acid Mixtures,” (with K. Lund and C. C. McCune) in Chemical Engineering Science, 30, 1325 (1975).
  • 27.    “Acidization II - The Dissolution of Calcite in HCl,” (with K. Lund, C. C. McCune and J. W. Ault) in Chemical Engineering Science, 30, 825 (1975).
  • 26.    “An Open-ended Freshman Laboratory,” (with W. J. Williams) Education Research Methods (ERM), 8, No.21, p.14 (1975).
  • 25.    “Second Order Sonochemical Phenomena Extensions of Previous Work and Applications to Industrial Processing,” (with P. K. Chendke) The Chemical Engineering Journal, 8, No.3, p.168 (1975).
  • 24.    “Macrosonics in Industry: Part 4 Chemical Processing,” (with P. K. Chendke) Ultrasonics, 13, No.1, p.31 (1975).
  • 23.    “On the Philosophy of the Undergraduate Laboratory,” Proceedings of the ASEE Chemical Engineering Faculty Summer Workshop on Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Laboratories, p.1 (1974).
  • 22.    “The Elements of Chemical Kinetics and Reactor Calculations,” 505 pages Prentice Hall series in the Physical and Chemical Engineering Sciences, Published 1974.
  • 21.    “Workshop on the Undergraduate ChE Laboratory,” (with A. J. Perna and F. Shair) Chemical Engineering Education, 7, No.3, 122 (1973).
  • 20.    “An Instructional Package in Chemical Reaction Engineering,” Educational Research Methods (ERM) 5, No.4, 110 (1973).
  • 19.    “Acidization I The Dissolution of Dolomite in HCl,” (with K. Lund and C. C. McCune) Chemical Engineering Science, 28, 691 (1973).
  • 18.    “Acoustically Augmented Diffusional Transport,” (with K. Lund) J. of Acoustical Soc. Am., 53, 59 (1973).
  • 17.    “A Rotating Disk Apparatus for Reaction Rate Studies in Corrosive Liquid Environments,” (with D. R. Boomer and C. C. McCune) Review of Scientific Instruments, (Physics) 43, p.225 (1972).
  • 16.    “The Effect of Ultrasonic Waves on Chemical Transport in Systems Saturated with and Systems Deleted of Argon,” Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Acoustics, 4, p.665, Akademiai Kiado (1971).
  • 15.    “Solubility Inversion Effects on Diffusion from Collapsing Bubbles,” (with V. K. Verma) Chemical Engineering Science, 26, 1391 (1971).
  • 14.    “Ultrasonic Gas Absorption and Acoustic Streaming Observations,” (with M. L. Cadwell) CEP Symposium Series, Vol.67, No.109, 124 (1971).
  • 13.    “Recent Advances in Sonochemical Engineering,” CEP Symposium Series, 67, No.109, 1 (1971).
  • 12.    “Oscillations of a Gas Bubble in Viscoelastic Liquid Subject to Acoustic and Impulsive Pressure Variations,” (with J. D. Goddard) J. of Applied Physics, 42, 259 (1971).
  • 11.    “On the Collapse of Spherical Cavities in Viscoelastic Liquids,” (with J. D. Goddard) Physics of Fluids, 13, 1134 (1970).
  • 10.    “Gamma Radiation Effects on the Thermal Stability and Decomposition of Ammonium Perchlorate,” (with D. Lawson) J. of Physical Chemistry, 74 1637 (1970).
  • 9.    “The Influence of Reacting Gases on Collapsing Cavities,” Chemical Engineering Science, 24, 1043 (1969).
  • 8.    “Sonochemical Cavitation Phenomena in Small Bubbles,” Cand. J. of Chem. Engr., 47, 242 (1969).
  • 7.    “Reactor Design and Continuous Sampling Criteria for an Ultrasonic Reaction,” (with D. Barnes) Ind. Eng. Chemistry Fundamentals, 7, No.3, p.387 (1968).
  • 6.    “The Shift in the Optimal Power Input in an Ultrasonic Reaction,” (with D. Barnes) Ind. Eng. Chemistry Fundamentals, 7, No.2, 222 (1968).
  • 5.    “Applications and Research in Sonochemical Engineering,” Sound and Vibration Journal, 1, No.8, 18 (1967).
  • 4.    “Effect of the Resonance Parameter on a Chemical Reaction Subjected to Ultrasonic Waves,” (with K. D. Timmerhaus and F. P. Aerstin) AIChE J., 13, 453 (1967).
  • 3.    “A Calorimetric Method for Measuring the Water Content of Hailstones,” (with S. Gitlin and G. Goyer) J. of Applied Meteorology, 4 715 (1966).
  • 2.    “Ultrasonic Atomization,” (with K. D. Timmerhaus) J. of Acoustical Soc. Am., 39 (Physics) 515 (1966).
  • 1.    “The Effect of Ultrasonic Waves on Mass Transfer Rates of Selected Fluids,” (with K. D. Timmerhaus) AIChE J., 12, 90, (1966).