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E. Bruce Nauman

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Archival Journals

141. Nauman, E. Bruce, “Residence Time Theory,” Invited 100th Anniversary Review for Industrial & Engineering Chemistry, I&EC Research, 2008.

140. Pappas, Jonathan W. and E. Bruce Nauman, “Axial Transport of Low Density, Simple Fluid in Nanochannel Systems with Partial Molecular Wall Slip: Modeling and Simulation,” Accepted for Intl. J. Nanoscience, 2007

139. Alfarraj, Abdulrahman A. and E. Bruce Nauman, “Reactive Phase Separation: Prediction of an Occlusion Morphology,” Polymer, 49, 339-344 (2008).

138. Alfarraj, Abdulrahman A. and Nauman, E. Bruce, “ Spinodal decomposition in ternary systems with significantly different component diffusivities,” Macromolecular Theory and Simulations, 16, 627-631 (2007).

137. Nauman, E. Bruce and Ashish Nigam, "Mixing, Flow And Chemical Reaction Of Partially Miscible Components In Micro-Scale Channels," Chem Eng Res Des, 85, 612 – 615 (2007).

136. Patel, Harshit, Garde, Shekhar and Nauman, E. Bruce, “Detailed numerical simulations of multicomponent diffusion of short chain alkane polymers,” AIChEJ, 52 1304-1307 (2006).

135. Ashish Nigam and Nauman, E. B., “Two-phase-flow of partially miscible components in submicron channels,” Chem Eng Res Des, 83, 777-781 (2005).

134. Nauman, E. B., and Nigam, A. “On Axial Diffusion in Laminar Flow Reactors,” I &E C Res., 44, 5031-5035 (2005).

133. Kosto, Timothy J., II and Nauman, E. Bruce, “Concentration enrichment in confined, gradient energy systems,” AIChEJ, 51, 1032-1041 (2005).

132. Pappas, Jonathan, Patel, Kandarp and Nauman, E. B., “Structure and properties of phenolic resin/nanoclay composites synthesized by in situ polymerization,” J Appl Poly Sci, 95, 1169-1174 (2005).

131. Alfarraj, A. and Nauman, E.B., “Super HIPS: improved high impact polystyrene with two sources of rubber particles”, Polymer, 45, 8435-8442 (2004).

130. Buffham, B.A., and Nauman, E.B.,“Extremes of conversion in continuous-flow reactors,” Chem. Eng. Sci., 59, 2831-2839 (2004).

129. Nauman, E. B. and Nigam, A., “Mixing in Sub-Micron Ducts”, Chem. Eng. Technol, 27, 293-296 (2004).

128. Chen, M. H. and Nauman, E. B., “Phase Ripening in Particulate Binary Polymer Blends,” J. Poly. Sci. B, Poly. Physics, 42, 603-612 (2004).

127.Nauman, E. B., "On the Measurment of Stagnancy in Continuous-Flow Systems”, I &E C Res., 43, 304-308 (2004).

126. Patel, H. A., Nauman, E. B, and Garde, S. “Molecular structure and hydrophobic solvation thermodynamics at an octane-water interface”, J. Chem. Phys., 119, 9199-9206 (2003).

125. Kosto, T. and Nauman, E. B., “A density-functional model for controlled release”, J.Controlled Release,93, 301-308 (2003).

124. Thakur, R. K, Vial, Ch., Nigam, K. D. P., Nauman, E. B.; and Djelveh, G., “ Static mixers in the process industries”, Chem. Eng. Res. Des.,81,787-826 (2003).

123. Chen, M. H. and Nauman, E. B., “Non-linear diffusion with concentration-driven flows in miscible systems”, Polymer, 44, 6707-6712 (2003).

122. Nauman, E. B., Kothari, D., and Nigam, K. D. P., “Static Mixers to Promote Axial Mixing,” Chem. Eng. Res. Des.,80, 1-5 (2002)

121. Nauman, E. B., “Novel Techniques and Results for the Impact Modification of Structural Plastics by Solution Blending,” Arabian J, Sci. Tech., 27, 3-10 (2002).

120. Nauman, E. B.and Cheng, M. H., “Application of the Cahn-Hilliard Equation to Miscible Systems,” A.I.AA.2002-0886, (2002).

119. Nauman, E.B. and He, D.Q., “Nonlinear Diffusion and Phase Separation - An Invited Contribution to Celebrate 50 Years of Chemical Engineering Science”, Chem. Eng.Sci., 56, 1999-2018 (2001).

118. Nauman, E. B.and Savoca, J. T., “An Engineering Approach to an Unsolved Problem in Multicomponent Diffusion”, AIChE J., 47, 1016-1021, (2001).

117. Russo, A, P. and Nauman, E.B., “Modeling the Effect of Compatibilizers in the Coarsening of Ternary Polymer Blends with Core-Shell Morphology", J. Poly. Sci., Part B: Poly. Phys., 38, 1301-1306 (2000).

116. Kim, J., Kosto, T. J., Manimala, J. Nauman, E. B.and Dordick, J. S., “Preparation of Enzyme-in-Polymer-Composites with High Activity and Stability”, AIChE J., 47,240-244 (2000).

115. Mathur, D., Hariharan, R., and Nauman, E.B.,  "A Scaling Model for the Prediction of Micellization of Diblocks in Polymer Melts", Polymer, 40, 6077-6087 (1999).

114. Kim, D.-M. and Nauman, E. B.,  "Anionic Polymerization of Styrene in a Tubular Reactor",  I&EC  Research, 38, 1856-1862 (1999).

113. Nauman, E. B., and Savoca, J. T., "Efficient discretization schemes for Graetz-type problems", Computers Chem. Eng., 23, 377-383 (1999).

112. Mathur, D., and Nauman, E.B., "The Effect of Diblocks and Ripening  on the Izod Impact of  Bulk PS/PB Blends", J. Appl.Poly. Sci., 72, 1165- 1176 (1999).

111. Mathur, D., and Nauman, E. B., "Impact Strength of Bulk PS/PB Blends:  Compatibilization and Fracture Studies", J. Appl. Poly. Sci., 72, 1151- 1164 (1999).

110. Mathur, D., and Nauman, E. B., "Designing Super High Impact PS/PB Bulk Blends: Optimal Particle Size and Diblock Length",  Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 79,164-165 (1998).

109. Kandasamy, S., and Nauman, E. B., "Monte Carlo Simulations to Predict the Behavior of Polymer Blends Containing Block Copolymers",  Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng.,79, 173-174 (1998).

108. Russo, A. P.., and Nauman, E. B., "Diffusion Induced Coalescence in the Late Stage Ripening of Polymer  Blends",  Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 79, 175-176 (1998).

107. Nauman, E. B. and Cavanaugh, T. J., "Method of Calculating True Particle Size Distributions from Observed Sizes in a Thin Section", Microscopy & Microanal., 4, 122-127 (1998).

106. Cavanaugh, T. J. and Nauman, E. B., "Particulate Growth in Phase-Separated Polymer Blends", J.Poly. Sci., Part B:  Poly. Phys.,  36, 2191-2196 (1998).

105. Kandasamy, S. and Nauman, E. B.,  "A Fast Ising-type Model for Binary Polymer Blends Containing the Block Copolymer", J. Comput. Theor. Polym. Sci., 7, 183-189 (1998).

104. Cavanaugh, T. J., Buttle, K., Turner, J. N., and Nauman, E. B., "The Study of Various Styrene-Butadiene Copolymers as Compatibilizers in Bulk Blends of Polystyrene/Polybutadiene", Polymer, 39, 4191-4197 (1998).

103. Cavanaugh, T. J., Buttle, K., Turner, J. N., and Nauman, E. B., "Confirmation of  Predicted Polymer Blend Morphologies from Bulk Specimens", Polymer, 39, 3611-3621 (1998).

102. Brunswick, A., Cavanaugh, T. J., Mathur, D., Russo, A. P., and Nauman, E. B., "Experimental Confirmation of Computer-Aided Polymer Blend Designs",  J. Appl. Poly. Sci., 68, 339-343 (1998).

101. He, D. Q. and Nauman, E. B., "Spinodal Decomposition with Varying Chain Lengths and Its Application to Designing Polymer Blends", J. Polym. Sci., Part B:  Polym. Phys., 35, 897-907(1997).

100. Kim, D.-M., and Nauman, E. B., "Non-Terminating Polymerizations in Continuous Flow Systems", I&EC Research, 36, 1088-1094 (1997).

99. He, D. Q., and Nauman, E. B., "On Spinodal Decomposition of Binary Polymer Blends Under Shear Flows", Chem. Eng. Sci., 52, 481-496 (1997).

98. He, D.Q., Kwak, S., and Nauman, E.B., "On Phase Equilibria, Interfacial Tension and Phase Growth in Ternary Polymer Blends", Macromol. Theory Simul., 5, 801-827 (1996).

97. Kwak, S. and Nauman, E. B., "Spinodal Decomposition of Two Homopolymers with Their Block Copolymer:  A Comparison of  Models", J. Poly. Sci., Part B: Poly. Phys., 34, 1715-1722(1996).

96. Joshi, P., Nigam, K. D. P., and Nauman, E. B. ,"The Kenics Static Mixer:  New Data and Proposed Correlations", Chem.  Eng. J., 59, 265-271(1995).

95. Cavanaugh, T. J. and Nauman, E. B., "The Future of Solvents in the Polymer Industry", Trends Poly. Sci., 3, 48-52 (1995).

94. Rousar, I., and Nauman, E. B., "A Continuum Analysis of Surface Tension in Nonequilibrium Systems", Chem. Eng. Commun., 129, 19-28 (1995).

93. Vasishtha, N. and Nauman, E.B., "Hydrodynamic Effects in the Phase Separation of Binary Polymer Mixtures", Chem. Eng. Commun., 129, 29-39(1995).

92. Vasishtha, N., He, D. Q., and Nauman, E. B., "Self-Similarity and Scaling Transitions During Spinodal Decomposition", Comp. Poly. Sci., 1, 1-6 (1994).

91. Lynch, J. C. and Nauman, E. B., "The Effect of Interfacial Adhesion on the Izod Impact  Strength of Isotactic Polypropylene and Ethylene-Propylene Copolymer  Blends", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 69, 609-610 (1994).

90. Nauman, E. B. and He, D. Q., "Morphology Predictions for Ternary Polymer Blends Undergoing Spinodal Decomposition", Polymer, 35, 2243-2256 (1994).

89. Dutta, A., and Nauman, E. B., "Modeling of Matrix Stress Along the Equatorial Line of a Particulate Composite", J. Matl. Sci. Letters, 13, 465-468 (1994).

88. Srivastava, A.P., and Nauman, E.B., "Kinetics of Solvent Induced Melting of Semicrystalline Polymers", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 69, 307-308 (1993).

87. Vasishtha, N. and Nauman, E. B., "Hydrodynamic Effects on the Phase Separation of Polymer Blends", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 69, 168-169 (1993).

86. Jerry, R. A. and Nauman, E. B., "Comparison of Two Free-Energy Expressions and Their Implications in Surface Enrichment", Physical Review E, 48, 1583-1585 (1993).

85. Grocela, T. A., and Nauman, E. B., "A Model for Izod Strength in Impact Modified Polystyrene", Polymer, 34, 2315-2319 (1993).

84. Nauman, E. B., "Cocontinuity and Percolation in Correlated Structures", AIChE Symposium Series No.293, 89, 134-142 (1993).

83. Jerry, R. A. and Nauman, E. B., "Phase Transitions in Thin Films of a Binary Mixture", Physics Letters A, 167, 198-204 (1992).

82. Kim, D.-M. and Nauman, E. B., "Solution Viscosity of Polystyrene at Conditions Applicable to Commercial Manufacturing Processes",  J. Chem. Eng. Data, 37, 427-432 (1992).

81. Jerry, R. A. and Nauman, E. B., "More Insight into Critical Wetting in Polymer Blends", J. Chem. Phys., 97, 7829-7830 (1992).

80. Dutta, A. and Nauman, E. B., "Role of Elastomers in the Toughening of Fiber Reinforced Phenolics", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 67, 482-483(1992).

79. Grocela, T.A. and Nauman, E.B., "Prediction of  Izod Strength in Impact Modified Polystyrene", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., , 67, 85-86 1992). 

78. Jerry, R. A., and Nauman, E. B., "The Free Energy of a Binary Mixture Near a Surface with Applications to Surface Enrichment", J. Colloid Interface Sci., 154,. 122-128 (1992).

77. Ariyapadi, M.V. and Nauman, E.B., "Free Energy of an Inhomogeneous Polymer-Polymer-Solvent System,.  II", J. Poly. Sci., Part B:  Poly. Phys., 30, 535-538 (1992).

76. Ditl, P. and Nauman, E. B., "Off-Bottom Suspension of  Thin Sheets", AIChE J., 38, 959-965 (1992).

75. Mankad, T., and Nauman, E. B., "Effect of Oxygen on Steady State Product Distribution in Bacillus Polymyxa Fermentations", Biotech. Bioeng., 40, 413-426 (1992).

74. Mankad, T., and Nauman, E. B., "Modeling of Microbial Growth under Dual Limitations", Biochem. Eng. J., 48, 9-11 (1992).

73. Furno, J. S. and Nauman, E. B., "An Analysis of the Role of Adhesion in Composites that Contain Particles", J. Matl. Sci., 27, 1428-1434 (1992).

72. Liu, S. H., and Nauman, E. B., "Effect of Crosslinking Density on the Toughening Mechanisms of Rubber Modified Theromsets", J. Matl. Sci., 26, 6581-6590 (1991).

71. Nauman, E. B., "On Residence Time and Trajectory Calculations in Motionless Mixers", Chem. Eng.J., 47, 141 - 148 (1991).

70. Nauman, E. B., "A Circulation Time Model for Fed-Batch Reactors", Chem. Eng. J., 47, 149-153 (1991).

69. Nauman, E.B., Rousar, I., and Dutta, A., "On the Ultimate Fineness of a Dispersion", Chem. Eng. Comm., 105, 61-75 (1991).

68. Rousar, I. and Nauman, E. B., "Spinodal Decomposition with Surface Tension Driven Flows", Chem. Eng. Comm.,105, 77-87 (1991).

67. Pustelnik, P. and Nauman, E.B., "Contact Time Distributions in a Large Fluidized Bed", AIChE J., 37,1589-1592 (1991).

66. Furno, J.S. and Nauman, E.B., "A Novel Heat Resistant Blend Produced by Compositional Quenching:  A Thermoplastic Polyimide Impact Modified with a Fluoroelastomer", Polymer, 32 ,87-94 (1991).

65. Grocela, T. A. and Nauman, E. B., "Interparticle Distances in Impact Modified Polymers", Comp. Poly. Sci., 1, 123-125 (1991).

64. Ariyapadi, M. V., Nauman, E. B. and Haus, J., "Application of Discrete Fourier Transforms to a Fourth-Order Diffusion Equation", Computers Chem. Eng., 14, 1067-1073 (1990).

63. Grocela, T. A. and Nauman, E. B., "Impact Polystyrenes of Novel and Controlled Morphology", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 63, 488-492(1990).

62. Ariyapadi, M. V. and Nauman, E. B., "Gradient Energy Parameters for Polymer-Polymer-Solvent Systems and Their Application to Spinodal Decomposition in True Ternary Systems,"  J. Poly. Sci., Part B:  Poly. Phys., 28, 2395-2409 (1990).

61. Haughney, H.A. and Nauman, E.B., "A Bioenergetic Model of a Mixed Product Fermentation", Biotech.Bioeng., 36, 142-148 (1990).

60. Liu, S. H., and Nauman, E. B., "On the Micromechanics of Composites Containing Spherical Inclusions", J. Matl. Sci., 25, 2071-2076 (1990).

59. Atiqullah, M., and Nauman, E. B., "A Model and Measurement Technique for Micromixing in Copolymerization Reactors", Chem. Eng. Sci., 45, 1267-1280 (1990).

58. Furno, J. S. and Nauman, E. B., "Impact Modification of a Heat Resistant Thermoplastic Polyimide with a Fluoroelastomer via Compositional Quenching", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 61, 388-392 (1989). 

57. Winkler, R. E. and Nauman, E. B., "Evidence for Simultaneous Degradation in the Thermal Polymerization of Styrene at 300C", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 61, 705-708 (1989).

56. Ariyapadi, M. V. and Nauman, E. B., "Phase Separation in Polymer-Polymer-Solvent Systems by Spinodal Decomposition", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 61, 940-944 (1989).

55. Ariyapadi, M. V. and Nauman, E. B., "Free Energy of an Inhomogeneous Polymer-Polymer-Solvent System", J. Poly. Sci., Part B:  Poly. Phys., 27, 2637-2646 (1989).

54. McLaughlin, H.S., and Nauman, E.B., "On Gelation in Continuous Flow Polycondensation Reactors", Chem. Eng. J.,42, 187-191 (1989).

53. McLaughlin, H. S. and Nauman, E. B., "An Exact Lumping Technique for Step Growth Polymerizations", Chem. Eng. Sci., 44, 2157-2164 (1989).

52. Chen, C. C. and Nauman, E. B., "Verification of a Complex, Variable Viscosity Model for a Tubular Polymerization Reactor", Chem. Eng. Sci., 44, 179-188 (1989).

51. Mallikarjun, R. and Nauman, E. B., "Optimal Processes for Crystal Polystyrene", Poly. Plast. Tech. Eng., 28, 137-149 (1989).

50. Nauman, E. B., "A Circulation Time Model for Batch Reactors", Chem. Eng. J., 40, 101-110 (1988).

49. Nauman, E. B. and Balsara, N. P., "Phase Equilibria and the Landau-Ginzburg Functional", Fluid Phase Equilibria, 45, 229-250 (1988).

48. McLaughlin, H. S. and Nauman, E. B., "The Course and Rate  of Phenolic Novolak  Polycondensations", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 59, 558-563 (1988). 

47.Nauman, E. B., Ariyapadi, M. V., Balsara, N. P., Grocela, T. A., Furno, J. S., Lui, S. H., and Mallikarjun, R.,"Compositional Quenching: A Process for Forming Polymer-in-Polymer Microdispersions and Interpenetrating Networks", Chem. Eng. Commun.,  66, 29-55 (1988).

46. Winkler, R. E. and Nauman, E. B., "Inhibition of the Thermal Polymerization of Styrene by N-Phenyl-N'-Isopropyl-p-Phenylenediamine",  J. Poly. Sci., Part A: Poly. Chem., 26, 2853-2858 (1988).

45. Nauman, E. B. and Balsara, N. P., "Spatially Local Minimizers of the Landau-Ginzburg Functional", Quart. Appl. Math, XLVI, 375-379 (1988).

44. Balsara, N. P. and Nauman, E. B., "The Entropy of  Inhomogeneous Polymer-Solvent Systems", J. Poly. Sci., Part B:  Poly. Phys., 26, 1077-1086(1988).

43. Haughney, H. A., Dziewulski, D. M., and Nauman, E. B., "On Material Balance Models and Maintenance Coefficients in CSTR'S With Various Extents of Biomass Recycle", J. Biotech., 7, 113-130(1988).

42. Balsara, N. P. and Nauman, E. B., "Spinodal Decomposition in Polymer-Polymer-Solvent Systems Induced by Continuous Solvent Removal", Polym. Mater. Sci. Eng., 57,637-642 (1987).

41. Dackson, K. and Nauman, E. B., "Fully Developed Flow in Twisted Tapes:  A Model for a Motionless Mixer", Chem. Eng. Commun., 54, 381-395 (1987).

40. Mallikarjun, R. and Nauman, E. B., "On Optimization in Tubular Reactor Systems", Chem. Eng. Commun., 50, 93-102 (1987).

39. Bergman, T. S. and Nauman, E. B., "The Flash Devolatilization of Cocoa Butter", J. Amer. Oil Chem. Soc., 63,  1469-1472 1986).

38. Mallikarjun, R. and Nauman, E. B., "A Staged  Multitubular Process for Crystal Polystyrene",  Poly. Proc. Eng., 4, 31-52 (1986).

37. Dziewulski, D. M., Haughney, H. A., Das, K., and Nauman, E. B., "Fed-Batch with Biomass Recycle and Batch Production of 2,3-Butanediol from Glucose by Bacillus Polymyxa", J. Biotech., 4, 171-180 (1986).

36. Nauman, E. B., "Comments on the Intensity Function and Its Use", I&EC Proc. Des. Dev., 25, 324(1986).

35. Nauman, E. B., Wang, S.-T., Balsara, N., "A Novel Approach to Polymeric Microdispersions", Polymer, 27,1637-1640 (1986).

34. McLaughlin, H. S., Mallikarjun, R., and Nauman, E. B., "The Effect of Radial Velocities on Laminar Flow, Tubular Reactor Models", AIChE J., 32, 419-425 (1986).

33. Nigam, K. D. P. and Nauman, E. B., "Residence Time Distributions of Power Law Fluids in Motionless Mixers", Can. J.Chem. Eng., 63, 519-521 (1985).

32. Nauman, E. B., "New Results and Old Problems in Residence Time Theory", I. Chem. E. Symp.Ser. 87, 569-581(1984).

31. Buffham, B. A. and Nauman, E. B., "Residence Time Distributions at High Recycle Ratios", Chem. Eng. Sci., 39, 841-849 (1984).

30. Nauman, E. B., "On the Bounding Theorem of Micromixing Theory", Chem. Eng. Sci. 39, 174-176 (1984).

29. Nauman, E. B. and Mallikarjun, R. ,"Optimization in Tubular Reactor Systems", ACS  Symposium Series No.237, 305-322 (1984).

28. Nauman, E. B.,  and Mallikarjun, R.,"Generalized Boundary Conditions for the Axial Dispersion Model", Chem.Eng. J., 26, 231-237 (1983) and 31, 61 (1985).

27. Nauman, E. B., "Reactions and Residence Time Distributions in Motionless Mixers", Can. J. Chem.Eng., 60, 136-140 (1982).

26. Nauman, E.B., "Residence TimeDistributions in Systems Governed by the Dispersion Equation", Chem.Eng. Sci., 36, 957-966  (1981).

25. Nauman, E. B., "Transient Response Functions and Residence Time Distributions in Open Systems", AIChE Symp. Ser.No. 202, 77, 87-93 (1981).

24. Nauman, E. B.,  "Invited Review: Residence Time Distributions and Micromixing", Chem. Eng.Commun., 8, 53-131 (1981).

23. Nauman, E. B.,  "Enhancement of Heat Transfer and Thermal Homogeneity with Motionless Mixers, AIChE J., 25, 246-258 (1979).

22. Nauman, E. B., "The Residence Time Distribution for Laminar Flow in Helically Coiled Tubes", Chem. Eng.Sci., 32, 287-293 (1977).

21. Nauman, E. B., and Buffham, B. A., "A Note on Residence Time Distributions in Recycle Systems", Chem.Eng. Sci., 34, 1057-1058 (1977).

20. Nauman, E.B., and Buffham, B.A.,  "Limiting Forms of the Residence Time Distribution for Recycle Systems", Chem.Eng. Sci., 32, 1233-1236 (1977).

19. Nauman, E. B., "Nonisothermal Reactors: Theory and Application of Thermal Time Distributions", Chem. Eng.Sci., 32, 359-367 (1977).

18. Buffham, B. A. and Nauman, E. B., "On the Limiting Form of the Residence Time Distribution for a Constant Volume Recycle System", Chem. Eng. Sci., 30, 1519-1524 (1975).

17. Nauman, E.B., "The Droplet Diffusion Model for Micromixing", Chem. Eng. Sci., 30, 1135-1140 (1975).

16. Nauman, E. B., "Mixing in Polymer Reactors", J.Macromol. Sci., C10, 75-112 (1974).

15. Nauman, E. B., "Residence Times and Cycle Times in Recycle Systems", Chem Eng Sci.,29,  1883-1888 (1974).

14. Nauman, E. B. and Carter, K., "A Control System for the Minimization of Substandard during Product Transitions", I&EC Proc. Des. Dev., 13, 275-279 (1974).

13. Nauman, E. B., "A Note on Residence Time Distributions in Cyclic Reactors", Chem. Eng. Sci.,28, 313-315 (1973).

12. Nauman, E. B.,  Carter, K., and Foster, H.R., Jr., "Digital Filtering Techniques Applied to Level Control", I.Chem. E. Symp. Ser. No. 35, 5:51-55(1972).

11. Nauman, E. B., and Szabo, T. T., "Nonselective Fines Destruction in Recycle Crystallizers", AIChE Symp .Ser. No. 110, 67, 108-115 (1971).

10. Nauman, E. B., "Selective Fines Destruction in Recycle Crystallizers', AIChE Symp. Ser. No.,  110, 67, 116-120 (1971).

9. Nauman, E. B., "Maintenance of Product Quality During Transients in Stirred Tank Reactors", Chem. Eng. Sci., 25, 1595-1603 (1970).

8. Stokes, R. L. and Nauman, E. B., "Residence Time Distribution Functions for Stirred Tanks in Series", Can. J. Chem. Eng., 48, 723-725 (1970).

7. Nauman, E. B., "Dynamic Similarity in Continuous Stirred Tank Reactors", I&EC Fund., 9,  517-518 (1970).

6. Nauman, E. B., "Residence Time Distribution Theory for Unsteady Stirred Tank Reactors", Chem. Eng. Sci, 24,1461-1470 (1969).

5. Szabo, T. T. and Nauman, E. B., "Copolymerization and Terpolymerization in Continuous Nonideal Reactors", AIChE J., 15, 575-580 (1969).

4. Nauman, E. B., and Collinge,C. N., "The Theory of Contact Time Distributions in Gas Fluidized Beds", Chem. Eng Sci., 23, 1309-1316 (1968).

3. Nauman, E. B., and Collinge,C. N., "Measurement of Contact Time Distributions in Gas Fluidized Beds", Chem. Eng. Sci, 23, 1317-1326 (1968).

2. Szabo, T. T., Nauman, E. B., and Blanks, R. F., "Predict Terpolymer Equilibria Data", Hydro. Proc., 45, 215-217(1966).

1. Stansbury, E. E., Nauman, E. B., and Brooks,C.R., "Modified Dauphines Thermocouple Comparator Circuit for Adiabatic Calorimetry",  Rev. Sci. Instr., 36, 480-483 (1965).
 

Books

5. Nauman, E. B., Chemical Reactor Design, Optimization and Scaleup, Second Edition, Wiley, New Jersey, 2008.

4. Nauman, E. B., Chemical Reactor Design, Optimization and Scaleup, McGraw-Hill, NewYork, 2002.

3. Nauman, E. B., Introductory Systems Analysis  for Process Engineers, Butterworths, Boston, 1990

2. Nauman, E. B., Chemical Reactor Design, Wiley, New Jersey, 1987.

1. Nauman, E. B., and Buffham, B.A., Mixing in Continuous Flow Systems, Wiley,  New Jersey, 1983.
  

Book Chapters

 

16. Nauman, E. B., "Bulk and Solution Polymerization Reactors,"Concise Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering,, Wiley, New Jersey, 2006.

15. Nauman, E. B., "Scaleup of Polymerization Processes,"Polymer Reaction Engineering Handbook,, Wiley-VCH, Germany, 2005.

14. Nauman, E. B., "Residence Time Distributions," Chapter 1 in Handbook of Industrial Mixing, Wiley, New Jersey, 2004. Selected by the Association of American Publishers as the best engineering book in 2004.

13. Nauman, E. B., "Flash Devolatilization", Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering, Wiley, New Jersey, 2002.

12. Nauman, E. B. "Bulk and Solution Polymerizations, Reactor Design", Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering, Wiley, New York, 2002.

11. Nauman, E.B. and Cavanaugh, T.J.,"The Future of Solvents in the Manufacture of Polymers", Chapter 18 in Polymer Devolitization, R. Albalak, Editor, Marcel Dekker,New York, 1996.

10. Nauman, E.B., "Polymerization Reactor Design", Chapter 4 in Polymer Reactor Engineering,           C. McGreavy, Editor, Blackie, London, 1994.

9.  McGreavy, C. and Nauman, E.B., "Some More General Process Design Considerations", Chapter 6 in , Polymer Reactor Engineering, C. McGreavy, Editor, Blackie, London, 1994.

8. Nauman, E. B. and Clark, M. M., "Residence Time Distribution", Chapter 4 in Mixing in Coagulation and Flocculation, A. Aritharajan, Editor, American Water Works Association Research Foundation, Denver, 1991.

7. Ariyapadi, M. V., Nauman, E. B., and Haus, J. W., "Spinodal Decomposition in Polymer-PolymerSystems", Chapter 27 in Computer Simulation of Polymers,  R.J. Roe, Editor, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1991.

6. Nauman,  E. B., "Flash Devolatilization", Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering, Supplement Volume, 317-323, Wiley, New York, 1989.

5. Nauman, E. B., "An Overview of Biochemical Engineering", Chapter 1 in  Advanced Biochemical Engineering,  H. Bungay and G.Belfort, Editors,  Wiley, New York, 1987.

4. Nauman, E. B., "Bulk Polymerization",  Encyclopedia of PolymerScience and   Engineering, 2, 500-514, Wiley, New York, 1985.

3. Nauman, E. B., "Flow Patterns and Residence TimeDistributions", Chapter 8 in  Scaleup in the Chemical Process Industries, A. Bisioand R. Kabel,  Wiley, New York, 1985.

2. Nauman, E. B., "Laminar Flow Processes", Chapter 11 in Scaleup in the Chemical Process Industries,  A. Bisio and R. Kabel, Editors, Wiley, New York, 1985.

1. Nauman, E. B., "Synthesis and Reactor Design", Chapter 10 in Plastic Polymers Science and Technology, M.D.Bajal, Editor, Wiley-Interscience, New York,1982.

Patents

6. Nauman, E. B., Lynch, J. C.,"Polymer Recycling by Selective Dissolution", U.S. Patent No. 5,198,471, March 30, 1993; U.S. Patent No. 5,278,282, January 11, 1994; Philippines Patent No. 28092;European Patent No. EP0491836 (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy,  Netherlands,  United Kingdom).  

5. Furno, J. S., and Nauman, E. B., "Impact Modification of a Heat Resistant Thermoplastic Polyimide", U.S. Patent No.4,987,188, Jan. 22, 1991.

4. Nauman, E. B., "Co-continuous Dispersions of  Incompatible Polymers in Polymer Matrices", U.S. Patent No.4,666,961, May 19,1987.

3. Nauman, E. B., "Fine Particle Dispersions of Incompatible Polymer in Polymer Matrices, U.S.Patent No. 4,594,371, June 10, 1986; Canadian Patent No. 1,262,195, Oct. 3, 1989; Australian Patent No. 576637.

2. Nauman, E. B., Szabo, T. T., Klosek, F. P., and Kaufman, S., "Devolatilizing Polymers",  Brit. Pat. No.1,319,083, May31, 1973.

1. Nauman, E. B., Szabo, T. T., Klosek, F. P., and Kaufman, S., "Devolatilization of Liquid Polymer Compositions", U.S.Patent No. 3,668,161, June 6, 1972.
 
 

Other Publications

30. Nauman, E. B. and Nigam, A., “Mixing, Flow and Chemical Reaction of Partially Miscible Components in Micro-Scale Channels,” Proc. 12th European Conf. Mixing, Bologna, Italy (2006).

29. Nigam, Ashish; Nauman, E. B. “Two-phase flow of partially miscible components in submicron channels”. World Congress of Chemical Engineering, 7th, Glasgow, United Kingdom, July 10-14, 2005.

28. Nauman, E. B. and Nigam, A., “Mixing in sub-micron ducts”, Proc. 11th European Conf. Mixing, 261-268 (2003).

27. Timothy J., II, Nauman, E. B. and Dordick, J. S., “Bioactive polymer composites for drug delivery and tissue engineering”. Annual Meeting Archive - American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Indianapolis, IN, Nov. 3-8, 2002.

26. Brown, M., Nauman, E. B., “A novel method for making nanoparticle-in-polymer composites using compositional quenching”, Annual Meeting Archive - American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Indianapolis, IN, Nov. 3-8, 2002.

25. Kosto, Timothy J., II and Nauman, E. B., “Controlled release models based on density-functional theory”, Annual Meeting Archive - American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Indianapolis, IN, Nov. 3-8, 2002.

24. E. B. Nauman and Mary Hongying Cheng, “Non-Linear Diffusion with Concentration-Driven Flows in Miscible Systems,” International Workshop on Miscible Interfaces,  Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles (ESPCI), Paris, France, July 2 , 2001.

23. Nauman, E. B., "Progress Toward theSystematic Design of  Polymer Blends", Proceedings of the GoldenJ ubilee Congress of the Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, Vol. 2, 804-823(1997).

22. Cavanaugh, T., Russo, A. P., and Nauman, E. B., "Designing Polymer Blends", ChemTech, 26, 32-37(1996).

21. Matsuda, M., Asada, S., Webber, K., Lynch, J. C.,and Nauman, E.B., "Application of  Selective Dissolution to the  Recycling of  Commingled  Automotive  Plastics",  Paper 94-1023, Society of Automotive Engineers, Detroit, March 2, 1994.

20. Battle, K. E., Moore, A. P., Lynch, J. C., and Nauman, E. B., "Plastics Recycling by Selective Dissolution", Paper presented at the 1992 Petrochemical Review, sponsored by DeWitt & Co., Houston, March 26, 1992.

19.  Nauman, E. B., and Lynch, J. C.,"Mixed Plastics Recycling:  The Cutting Edge", Proc. Third Annual Recycling Conference, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Rochester, NY, November 13, 1991.

18. Nauman, E. B., "Bulk Polymerization", Concise Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering,  pp. 93-95, Wiley, NewYork, 1990.

17. Nauman, E. B., "Flash Devolatilization", Concise Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering, pp. 408-409, Wiley, New York, 1990.

16. Lynch, J. C., and Nauman, E. B., "Separation of  Commingled Plastics by Selective Dissolution", Proc. SPE-RETEC, Charlotte, NC, October 30,1989.

15. Ariyapadi, M. V., Haus, J., and Nauman, E. B., "Spinodal Decomposition in Polymer-Polymer Systems:  A Two Dimensional Computer Simulation", Polymer Preprints,30, 92-93 (1989).

14. Lynch, J. C., and Nauman, E. B., "Recycling of Commingled Plastics via Selective Dissolution", Proc. 10th Intl.Coextrusion Conf., 99-110, 1989.

13.  Furno, J. S., and Nauman, E. B.,"Fluoroelastomer Impact Modification of Polyimides byCompositional Quenching", Pacific Polymer Preprints,1, 551-552 (1989).  

12.  Nauman, E. B., "Comments on Residence Time Distribution of a Power-Law Fluid in Kenics State Mixers", Letter to the Editors, Chem. Eng. Sci., 44, 1597 (1989).

11. Nauman, E. B., A. W. Etchells, III and G. B.Tatterson, "Mixing: The State of the Art ", Chem. Eng.Prog., 84, No.5, 58-69 (May 1988).

10.  Nauman, E. B., Reviews of Fluid Mixing Technology by J. Y. Oldshue,  McGraw-Hill, 1983 and Mixing in the Process Industries by N. Harnby, M. F. Edwards, and A. W. Nienow, Butterworths, 1985, AIChE J., 32, 1403 (1986).

9.  Nauman, E. B., "Fermentation Strategy for Specialty Chemicals", Proceedings Bio Expo'86,599-606, Butterworths, Boston, 1986.

8.  Nauman, E. B., Dadyburjor, D. B.,Bischoff, K., Butt, J. B., Weekman, V. W., Jr., "Report on Engineering Foundation Conference on Chemical Reaction Engineering", Chem.Eng. Commun., 33, 365-369 (1985).

7.  Nauman, E. B., Review of Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations by L. Lapidus and G.F. Pinder,Wiley, 1982, Chem. Eng. J., 25, 223(1983).

6.  Nauman, E. B., "Diffusion, Dispersion, and Open Systems" and "Recent Developments in Residence TimeTheory", two abstracts in Residence Time Distribution Theory in Chemical Engineering,   A. Petho and R.D. Noble, Editors, Verlag Chemie GmbH,  D-6940 Weinheim,Germany, 1982.

5.  Nauman, E. B., "How to Calculate the Cash Value of Advanced Degrees", Chem. Eng. 89, 81-83,  Nov. 29, 1982.

4.  Walton, R. K., McKenna, L. A. and Nauman, E. B., "Aromatic Polysulfone Plastics, Ten Years Later", Proc. SPE-RETEC, Marietta, OH, 136-144 (1976).

3.  Nauman, E. B., Review of  Theory  of Particulate Processes by A. D. Randolph and M. A. Larson, Academic Press,1971, AIChE J., 18, 670 (1972).

2.  Nauman, E.B., and Szabo, T.T.,"Fines Destruction in Recycle Crystallizers, Part I - The Non-Selective Fines Trap", Proceedings of the AIChE 62nd Annual Meeting,  Nov. 16-20, 1969.

1.  Nauman, E. B., and Szabo, T.T.,"Fines Destruction in Recycle Crystallizers,   Part II - The Selective Fines Trap", Proceedings of the AIChE 62nd Annual Meeting,  Nov. 16-20, 1969.

 

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