Daniel D. Joseph
Professor, Regents and Russell J. Penrose Professor Emeritus
(Deceased May 24, 2011)

(612) 625-0309
(612) 626-1558 (fax) joseph@aem.umn.edu

Daniel D. Joseph  

Current Research

1950 M.A., Sociology, University of Chicago
1959 B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology
1960 M.S., Mechanics, Illinois Institute of Technology
1963 Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology
1962 - 1963: Assistant Professor
 Mechanical Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology
1963 - 1965: Assistant Professor
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1965 - 1968: Associate Professor
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1968 - Present: Professor
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1991-2001: Russell J. Penrose Professor
Aerospace Engineering Mechanics, University of Minnesota
1994-2005: Regents' Professor
Aerospace Engineering Mechanics, University of Minnesota
2006- Professor
Aerospace Engineering Mechanics,University of Minnesota

Honors and Awards
Guggenheim Fellow, 1969-70
National Academy of Engineering, 1990
G. I. Taylor Medalist, Society of Engineering Science, 1990
National Academy of Sciences, 1991
Distinguished Service Award, US Army CRDEC, 1992
G.I. Taylor Lecturer, Cambridge Phil. Soc., Jan 1992
Aris Phillips Lecturer, Yale University, April 1992
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, April 1993
Schlumberger Foundation Award, July 1993
Bingham Medalist of the Society of Rheology, October 1993
Fellow of the American Physical Society, November 1993
Timoshenko Medalist of the ASME, May 1995
Croco Lecturer, Princeton University, Mechanical Engineering, October 1995
Thomas Baron Fluid-Particle Systems Award of the AIChE and Shell. Nov. 1996
Illinois Institute of Technology Professional Achievement Award, 1997
Kovasznay Lecturer, University of Houston, Mechanical Engineering, April 1999
Professional Achievement Citation of the University of Chicago, June 1999
Fluid Dynamics Prize of the APS, Nov 1999
Thompson Scientific/ISI's Highly Cited Researchers (http://isihighlycited.com/)

The wave-speed meter
(US Patent No. 4,602,502). This device is to be used to measure wave speeds and to determine the effective rigidity of a liquid.
The spinning rod interfacial tensiometer
(US Patent No. 4,644,782). This device is used to determine the interfacial tension between immiscible liquids.
Spinning drop tensiometer
(US Patent No. 5,150,607). This device is used for polymer blends and in the oil industry where temperature is important.
Device and method for determining drag on surfaces
(US Patent No. 5,301,541).
Conduit having hydrophilic and oleophobic inner surfaces for oil transportation
(US Patent No. 5,385,175).
Method and apparatus for measuring a parameter of a multiphase flow
(US Patent No. 5,646,352).
Process for suppressing foam formation in a bubble column reactor
(US Patent No. 5,922,190)
Foam control using a fluidized bed of particles
(US Patent No. 5,922,191)
Apparatus and method for determining dynamic stability of emulsions
(US Patent No. 5,987,969)
Process for pumping bitumen froth through a pipeline
(US Patent No. 5,988,198)

Psi Star, Hayward, CA, 1985; Anisotropic etching of circuit boards
Hoechst-Celanese, 1986-present; Interfacial tensiometer for polymer blending
Pillsbury Corp., 1987-1988; Acoustic waves in bread dough
Shell-Houston, 1987-1990; Water lubricated pipelining of viscous crudes
MM-Mars, Hacketts town, NJ, 1990-1991
Schlumberger-Doll, Ridgefield, CT, 1990
PDVSA, Intevep, Caracas, Venezuela, 1990-present
Proctor Gamble, 1992
Dowell-Schlumberger, 1992-present
ICASE (NASA-LANGLEY) 1992-present
CRDEC (US ARMY) 1992-present
Gillette, 1993-present
InoMet, Inc., 1993
Teltech, 1993-present
Syncrude Canada Ltd, 1995-present

Associate Editor, Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis, 1967-84
Associate Editor, Journal of Applied Mechanics, 1973-76
Associate Editor, SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics, 1976-79
Associate Editor, Journal for Society for Interaction of Mathematics and Mechanics, 1979-84
Associate Editor, Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 1985-present
Associate Editor, Theoretical and Computational Fluid Mechanics, 1989-present
Associate Editor, Video Journal of Engineering Research, 1990-present
International Advisory Board, European Journal of Mechanics B/Fluids, 1990-present
Associate Editor, Bifurcation and Chaos in Applied Sciences and Engineering, 1991-present
Associate Editor, International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 1994-present
Associate Editor, PanAmerican Mathematical Journal, 1994-present
Editorial Board, Springer-Verlag series Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics

Selected Publications
C. Mata, E. Pereyra, J.L. Trallero, and D.D. Joseph. Stability of stratified gas-liquid flows, Int. J. Multiphase Flow, 28(8), 1249-1268, (2002).

N.A. Patankar, D.D. Joseph, J. Wang, R. Barree, M. Conway, M. Asadi. Power law correlations for sediment transport in pressure driven channel flows, Int. J. Multiphase Flow, 28(8), 1269-1292, (2002).

Fluidization of 1204 spheres: simulation and experiment, T.W. Pan, D.D. Joseph, R. Bai, R. Glowinski, V. Sarin, J. Fluid Mech., 451, 169-191, (2002).

Slip velocity and lift, D.D. Joseph, D. Ocando. J. Fluid Mech., 454, 263-286, (2002).

Power law correlations for lift from direct numerical simulation of solid-liquid flow, D.D. Joseph. Int. J. Multiphase Fluids, accepted 2001.

A correlation for the lift-off of many particles in plane Poiseuille flows of Newtonian fluids, N.A. Patankar, T. Ko, H.G. Choi, D.D. Joseph. J. Fluid Mech., 445, 55-76 (2001).

Fluidization by lift of 300 circular particles in plane Poiseuille flow by direct numerical simulation, H.G. Choi, D.D. Joseph. J. Fluid Mech., 438, 101-128 (2001).

Lift-off of a single particle in Newtonian and viscoelastic fluids by direct numerical simulation, N.A. Patankar, P.Y. Huang, T. Ko, D.D. Joseph. J. Fluid Mech., 438, 67-100 (2001).

Modeling and numerical simulation of particulate flows by the Eulerian-Lagrangian approach, N.A. Patankar, D.D. Joseph, Int. J. Multiphase Flow, 27(10), 1659-1684 (2001).

A fictitious domain approach to the direct numerical simulation of incompressible viscous flow past moving rigid bodies: Application to particulate flow, R. Glowinski, T.W. Pan, T.I. Hesla, D.D. Joseph, J. Periaux, J. Comput. Phys., 169, 363-426 (2001).

Dr. Joseph has authored five books, edited four books and authored over 300 articles.

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