Rutherford Aris, Ph.D.

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1958-2005 Chemical Engineering University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Area:
Chemical Engineering, Applied Mathematics
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(1929 - 2005)
http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=12473&page=16

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Claude H Bosanquet research scientist 1950-1955 (Physics Tree)
 (at company ICI)

Children

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Morton M. Denn grad student UMN
George R. Gavalas grad student 1960-1964 UMN
W. Harmon Ray grad student 1966 UMN
Michael L. Shuler grad student 1973 UMN
Manfred Morari grad student 1977 UMN
Gregory Stephanopoulos grad student 1978 UMN (Chemistry Tree)
Kyriacos Zygourakis grad student 1980 UMN
Spyros A. Svoronos grad student 1981 UMN
Ioannis G. Kevrekidis grad student 1986 UMN
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Aris R, Balakotaiah V. (2013) Asymptotic effectiveness of a catalyst particle in the form of a hollow cylinder Aiche Journal. 59: 4020-4024
Aris R, McCormick AV. (2001) Minnesota's Ed Cussler Chemical Engineering Education. 35: 158-161
Aris R. (1999) On some dynamical diagrams of chemical reaction engineering. Chaos (Woodbury, N.Y.). 9: 3-12
Aris R. (1999) Q. Reflections on keats' equation Process Systems Engineering. 1: 400-414
Aris R. (1999) P. Two eyes are better than one: Some reflections on the importance of haying more than one viewpoint in mathematical modelling and other disciplines Process Systems Engineering. 1: 374-399
Aris R, Cussler EL. (1999) N. A general theory of anisotropic membranes Process Systems Engineering. 1: 345-358
Mckarnin MA, Schmidt LD, Aris R. (1999) L. Forced oscillations of a self-oscillating bimolecular surface reaction model Process Systems Engineering. 1: 307-333
Mckarnin MA, Aris R, Schmidt LD. (1999) K. Autonomous bifurcations of a simple bimolecular surface-reaction model Process Systems Engineering. 1: 282-306
Farr WW, Aris R. (1999) J. Yet who would have thought the old man to have had so much blood in him?. Reflections on the multiplicity of steady states of the stirred tank reactor Process Systems Engineering. 1: 252-281
Kevrekidis IG, Schmidt LD, Aris R. (1999) I. Some common features of periodically forced reacting systems Process Systems Engineering. 1: 227-251
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