University of Delaware - College of Engineering
CHEMICAL & BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING

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Antony N Beris

Antony Beris
  • Arthur B. Metzner Professor

265 CLB
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware 19716
beris@udel.edu
302-831-8018
302-831-1048 (fax)


Education
  • Doctorate - 1985 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Bachelors - 1980 National Technical University of Athens

"Our research is concerned with the modeling and simulation of flow processes, transport phenomena and flow-induced phase transitions in systems with a complex internal microstructure. Typical examples include the flow of polymer solutions and melts, turbulent flow, free-surface flows with surfactants, etc. Our primary concern is the interrelationship between the flow and the microstructure. Our approach in dealing with complex dynamic phenomena involving multiple scales in length and time is hierarchical. Our theoretical analysis starts from non-equilibrium thermodynamics considerations of the microstructure. Based on our recently developed modeling approach (see research monograph in the references below), a thermodynamically consistent macroscopic continuum description is achieved. For that, microscopic information is used, which is obtained from models in the literature or generated, as needed. Last, but not least, specific predictions on flow processes of interest are obtained through the use of analytical (i.e., stability analysis and bifurcation theory) and numerical methods (high performance computing simulations). Thus, considerable effort is devoted to the development of suitable numerical methods and their efficient implementation in state-of-the-art computer architectures (vector and parallel supercomputers)."

XSelected Publications

For a complete listing of publications, please view the Full CV.
  1. Housiadas K.D., L.Wang and A.N. Beris, "A log-confirmational method for the direct numerical simulation of turbulent viscoelastic flows.", J. Computat. Phys. (2007)
  2. Beris A.N., and H.C. Ottinger, "Bracket Formation of Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics for Systems Interacting with the Environment.", J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. (2007)
  3. Handler R.A., K.D. Housiadas and A.N. Beris, "Karhunen-Loeve Representations of Drag Reduced Turbulent Channel Flows Using the Method of Snapshots.", Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids 52, 1339, (2006)
  4. Housiadas K.D., and A.N. Beris, "Extensional Behavior Influence on Viscoelastic Turbulent Channel Flow.", J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 140, 41, (2006)
  5. Wapperom P., A.N. Beris and M.A. Straka, "A new transpose split method for three-dimensional FFTs: performance on an Origina2000 and Alphaserver cluster.", Parallel Computing 32, 1, (2006)
  6. Mavrantzas V.G., A.N. Beris, F.A.M. Leermakers and G. Fleer., "Continuum formulation of the Schuetjens-Fleer lattice statistical theory for homopolymer adsorption from solution.", J. Chem. Phys. 123, (2005)
  7. Housiadas, K.D. and A.N. Beris, "Direct numerical simulations of viscoelastic turbulent channel flows at high drag reduction.", Korea-Australia Rheol. J. 17, 131, (2005)
  8. Housiadas, K.D., A.N. Beris and R.A. Handler, "Viscoelastic effects on higher order statistics and on coherent structures in turbulent channel flow.", Phys. Fluids 17, 1, (2005)
  9. Housiadas, K.D. and A.N. Beris, "An efficient fully implicit spectral scheme for DNS of turbulent viscoelastic channel flow.", J. of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 122, 243, (2004)
  10. Edwards, B.J. and A.N. Beris, "Derivation of a spectral pressureless formulation for direct numerical simulation of incompressible channel flows.", J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 120, 241, (2004)

XPatents

XSelected Awards

For a complete listing of awards, please view the Full CV.
  1. Dow Outstanding Young Faculty Award of the Middle Atlantic Section of ASEE: 1991
  2. Chrisovergi's Award: 1980
  3. Second Prize in National Mathematical Competition between High-School Seniors: 1975
  4. Second Prize in International Mathematical Competition ((XVII Mathematical Olympiad) at Burgas, Bulgaria: 1975)
  5. Fulbright Foreign Scholarship


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