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American chemical engineer

Neal Russell Amundson was an American chemical engineer and applied mathematician. He was the Chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of MinnesotaUniversity of Houston. Amundson was considered one of the most prominent chemical engineering educators and researchers in the United States. The Chemical Engineering and Materials Science building at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities bears his name.

Source: Wikipedia- Mathematics of Adsorption in Beds. VI. The Effect of Longitudinal Diffusion in Ion Exchange and Chromatographic Columns
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and control—I
- Chemical reactor stability and sensitivity
- Diffusion and Reaction in a Stagnant Boundary Layer about a Carbon Particle
- Some remarks on longitudinal mixing or diffusion in fixed beds
- Chemical reactor stability and sensitivity: II. Effect of parameters on sensitivity of empty tubular reactors
- A model for evaporation of a multicomponent droplet
- Diffusion and Reaction in a Stagnant Boundary Layer about a Carbon Particle. 2. An Extension
- A study of the shock layer in nonequilibrium exchange systems
- Uniqueness of the steady state solutions for chemical reactor occurring in a catalyst particle or in a tubular reaction with axial diffusion
- Analysis of multicomponent separation by displacement development
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and control—II
- Studies in the control of tubular reactors-I General Considerations
- Some further observations on tubular reactor stability
- Mathematics of Adsorption in Beds. V. Effect of Intra-particle Diffusion in Flow Systems in Fixed Beds
- Shock layer in two solute chromatography: effect of axial dispersion and mass transfer
- Solid-Fluid Interactions in Fixed and Moving Beds Fixed Beds with Small Particles
- Some observations on tubular reactor stability
- An analysis of an adiabatic adsorption column: Part 1. Theoretical development
- Observations on fixed-bed dispersion models: The role of the interstitial fluid
- Optimum temperature gradients in tubular reactors—I
- Intraparticle diffusion and conduction in porous catalysts—I
- Transport in composite materials: Reduction to a self adjoint formalism
- Multicomponent Distillation Calculations on a Large Digital Computer
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and control—Va Two-phase systems in physical equilibrium—1
- A single‐particle char gasification model
- Creeping Profiles in Catalytic Fixed Bed Reactors. Continuous Models
- A Note on the Mathematics of Adsorption in Beds
- Some general observations on tubular reactor stability
- Char gasification in a countercurrent reactor
- Some observations on uniqueness and multiplicity of steady states in non-adiabatic chemically reacting systems
- Stagewise Absorption and Extraction Equipment. Transient and Unsteady State Operation.
- Stability in distributed parameter systems
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and control—III
- Modelling of fluidized bed reactors—IV
- An analysis of an adiabatic adsorption column: Part II. Adiabatic adsorption of a single solute
- Diffusion and Reaction in a Stagnant Boundary Layer about a Carbon Particle. 6. Effect of Water Vapor on the Pseudo-Steady-State Structure
- Stability of adiabatic packed bed reactors. Effect of flow variations and coupling between the particles
- Qualitative and quantitative observations on the tubular reactor
- Solid-Fluid Heat Exchange in Moving Beds
- Effect of Intraparticle Diffusion: Agitated Nonflow Adsorption Systems
- Diffusion and Reaction in a Stagnant Boundary Layer about a Carbon Particle. 5. Pseudo-Steady-State Structure and Parameter Sensitivity
- Applications of Matrix Mathematics to Chemical Engineering Problems
- Taylor diffusion in tubular reactors
- Optimum temperature gradients in tubular reactors—II
- Continuous models for polymerization
- Stability of loop reactors
- Analysis of a model for a nonisothermal continuous fluidized bed catalytic reactor
- Mathematics of Adsorption. IV. Effect of Intraparticle Diffusion in Agitated Static Systems
- On a conjecture of Aris: Proof and remarks
- Stability of batch catalytic fluidized beds
- Studies in char gasification—I A lumped model
- Diffusion and reaction in a char particle and in the surrounding gas phase. A continuous model
- Intraparticle Diffusion in Catalytic Heterogeneous Systems
- Analysis of Polymerization Kinetics and the Use of a Digital Computer
- Fluidized Bed Gasification Reactor Modeling. 1. Model Description and Numerical Results for a Single Bed
- Maximum temperature rise in gas-solid reactions
- Some problems concerning the non-adiabatic tubular reactor a-priori bounds, qualitative behavior, preliminary uniqueness and stability considerations
- An Analysis of an adiabatic adsorption column
- Creeping reaction zone in a catalytic, fixed-bed reactor: a cell model approach
- Dynamics of a single particle during char gasification
- Studies on the gasification of a single char particle
- On the steady state fractionation of multicomponent and complex mixtures in an ideal cascade
- Nonlinear boundary-value problems arising in chemical reactor theory
- Mathematics in chemical engineering: A 50 year introspection
- Diffusing with Stefan and Maxwell
- The non-adiabatic tubular reactor: Stability considerations
- Asymptotic solution to moving-bed exchange equations
- Analytical Solution for Simple Systems in Moving Bed Adsorbers
- Pulsed-power volume-heating chemical vapor infiltration
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and control—Xa
- Catalytic particle stability studies—III complex distributed resistances model
- Modelling of fluidized bed reactors—II
- Diffusion and Reaction in a Stagnant Boundary Layer about a Carbon Particle. 3. Stability
- Fluidized bed char combustion diffusion limited models
- Fixed Beds with Large Particles
- Intraparticle diffusion and conduction in porous catalysts—II
- An analytical study of single particle char gasification
- Modelling of fluidized bed reactors—V Combustion of carbon particles—an extension
- Two Problems on Moving Beds
- Chemical vapor infiltration of SiC with microwave heating
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and control—XIII Segregated two phase systems
- Mathematical modelling of fluidized bed reactors—III
- Boundary value problems in transport with mixed or oblique derivative boundary conditions—I
- Boundary value problems in transport with mixed and oblique derivative boundary conditions-II
- An analysis of an adiabatic adsorption column part IV: Adsorption in the high temperature range
- Global asymptotic stability in distributed parameter systems: comparison function approach
- The Rate-Determining Steps in Radial Adsorption Analysis
- POLYMER MOLECULAR WEIGHT DISTRIBUTIONS
- Combustion of coke deposits in a catalyst pellet
- Equilibrium Theory of Creeping Profiles in Fixed-Bed Catalytic Reactors
- Intraparticle effects in char combustion steady state analysis
- Catalytic particle stability studies—II Lumped thermal resistance model
- Fluidized bed char combustion kinetic models
- The Mathematics of Adsorption in Beds. III. Radial Flow. Leon,Lapidus
- On the steady state fractionation of multicomponent and complex mixtures in an ideal cascade
- Studies in char gasification—II
- Boundary value problems in transport with mixed and oblique derivative boundary conditions, steady state and transient solutions
- Solution of Transient Stagewise Operations on an Analog Computer
- On the steady state fractionation of multicomponent and complex mixtures in an ideal cascade
- The inaugural P.V. Danckwerts memorial lecture presented at the Royal Society 12 May 1986 P.V. Danckwerts—his research career and its significance
- An optimization problem related to the modeling of atmospheric organic aerosols
- A dynamic optimization problem related to organic aerosols
- Tubular reactor sensitivity
- The effect of recycle on a linear reactor
- Self-adjoint operators from selected nonsymmetric matrices: application to kinetics and rectification
- Modelling of fluidized bed reactors—VI(a)
- Modelling of fluidized bed reactors—VI(b)
- Single particle char combustion and gasification
- Diffusion and reaction in a stagnant boundary layer about a carbon particle. 8. Comparison of lumped and distributed chemical kinetics
- Fluidized Bed Gasification Reactor Modeling. 2. Effect of the Residence Time Distribution and Mixing of the Particles. Staged Beds Modeling
- Local stability of tubular reactors
- Some general considerations of reversible chemical reactions in batch and tubular reactors
- Intraparticle effects in char combustion II. Steady state analysis
- On the steady state fractionation of multicomponent and complex mixtures in an ideal cascade
- Catalytic particle stability studies—I. Lumped resistance model
- Studies in the control of tubular reactors—III stabilization by observer design
- Studies in char gasification—III
- Boundary value problems in transport with oblique and mixed derivative boundary conditions
- An Elementary Theory of Adsorption in Fluidized Beds. Mathematics of Adsorption in Beds.
- A study of iterative optimization
- Diffusion and reaction in a stagnant boundary layer about a carbon particle, part 7: Transient behavior and effect of water vapor
- Intraparticle effects in char combustion. III transient studies
- On the steady state fractionation of multicomponent and complex mixtures in an ideal cascade
- On the steady state fractionation of multicomponent and complex mixtures in an ideal cascade
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and sensitivity — XIV the effect of the steady state hypothesis
- Preliminary report on burning of single particles of retorted shale
- An optimization problem related to the modeling of atmospheric inorganic aerosols
- Diffusion and Reaction in a Stagnant Boundary Layer about a Carbon Particle. 4. The Dynamical Behavior
- Canonical form and mathematical interpretation of electrolyte solution systems
- Maximal and minimal solutions, effectiveness factors for chemical reaction in porous catalysts
- The combustion behavior of retorted shale particles
- Reactor model assessment for the combustion of char in spouted beds of sand
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and control—XVI
- Diffusion and Reaction in Carbon Burning
- Studies in char gasification—IV
- Interfacial surfactant concentrations on an oscillating droplet: Solution of a singular boundary-initial value problem
- Shock layer analysis of adiabatic adsorption in fixed beds with axial dispersion
- Diffusion and reaction in a stagnant boundary layer about a carbon particle. 8a. Effect of the carbon dioxide reduction reaction
- Quasilinear hyperbolic systems and waves, Alan Jeffrey, Pitman Publishing, London, 230 pages,$ 6.90
- Intraparticle effects in char combustion ii steady state analysis
- Reaction and Diffusion in Carbon Combustion
- Mathematical methods in chemical engineering, 2nd Edition, V. G. Jenson And G. Jeffreys, Academic Press(London),$19.50. Publication date: December, 1977, 599 pages
- An analysis of chemical reactor stability and control-XV The multicomponent spray reactor
- Studies in char gasification-V
- LETTERS
- CORRECTION- Stability of Adiabatic Packed Bed Reactors, an Elementary Treatment
- Heat Transfer and Heat Release in Fluidized Beds
- Modelling of an Oil Shale Combustion Reactor: Particle Model Effects in an Idealized Fluidized Bed
- MORE ON OBLIQUE AND MIXED, SECOND DERIVATIVE BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
- Erratum
- Diffusion in Catalytic Heterogeneous Systems: Studies in Vapor Phase Esterification
- DIFFUSION IN CATALYTIC HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEMS - STUDIES IN VAPOR PHASE ESTERIFICATION

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Public research university in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

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