Daniel E. Rosner

Daniel E. Rosner
Research Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
Room / Office: Mason 305
Office Address:
9 Hillhouse Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 208286
New Haven, CT 06520
Phone: (203) 432-4391
Email: daniel.rosner@yale.edu
Degrees:

Ph.D., Princeton University

Interests:

Dr. Daniel E. Rosner is Professor and formerly Chairman (1984-1987, 1993-1996) of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Yale University. He is founder and Director of the Yale High Temperature Chemical Reaction Engineering (HTCRE) Laboratory and is an engineering consultant to many corporations and consortia (which have included ALCOA, Babcock & Wilcox, Bristol-Myers/Squibb, Columbian Chemicals, duPont, EPRI, EXXON, GE, Guardian Industries, Dresser-Rand, IFPRI, Pfaudler, Praxair, RERI, SCM-Chemicals and Union Carbide). His research activities include convective energy and species transport, fine particle technology, and combustion----subjects on which he has published over 250 papers and an award-winning book, entitled: Transport Processes in Chemically Reacting Flow Systems (Butterworths,(1986); reprinted 2000, by DOVER Publications). He joined the Yale University engineering faculty in 1969 after 11 years of industrial research experience, having completed his undergraduate degree (BS-Mech Engrg summa cum laude) at CCNY and PhD (Aero Engrg) at Princeton University as a Guggenheim Fellow. In his academic career, Dr. Rosner has directed the PhD-dissertation research of 23 graduate students. For his cumulative research contributions in the area of particle-in-gas suspensions, Dr. Rosner was named winner of the 1999 D. Sinclair research award of the Amer. Assoc. Aerosol Research, and the 2011 AIChE/Dupont Particle Technology Award. He received an Honorary Dr. of Sciences from UNED-Madrid (2002) and is a member of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. Becoming Emeritus in August of 2014, Dr. Rosner is currently Research Professor in the Yale Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering (2014-2017).

Selected Publications:

  • “Knudsen Transition Effects on the Thermophoretic Properties of Fractal-like Aggregates: Implications for Thermophoretic Sampling of High-Pressure Flames”, Aerosol Science & Technology, vol. 51,(11), pp 1262-1274(2017) (Rosner, D.E. and Tandon, P.)
  • “Aggregation and Rarefaction Effects on Particle Mass Deposition Rates by Convective-Diffusion, Thermophoresis or Inertial Impaction; Consequences of ‘Momentum Shielding", Aerosol Science & Technology, vol. 52,(3), pp 330-346.(2018) (Rosner, D.E. and Tandon, P)
  • “Capture-Rate Consequences of Multi-spherule Aggregate Formation in Gases—Combined Roles of Direct-Interception and Inter-spherule ‘Momentum ‘Shielding’“, Aerosol Science & Technology vol. 52,(7), pp 768-777(2018) (Rosner, D.E, and Tandon, P.)
  • “Invention and Evolution of the (Turbo-)jet Engine for High-Speed Aircraft Propulsion”, American Scientist (submitted, April 2019); (Rosner, D.E. )
  • “Low Reynolds number Capture of Small Particles on Cylinders by Diffusion, Interception and Inertia at Subcritical Stokes Numbers”, Aerosol Science & Technology, vol 53 (in press, (2019); (Fernandez de la Mora, J. and Rosner, D.E. )
  • “Aerosol Fibrous Filter Theory Revisited and Extended: Exploiting Subcritical Particle Inertia to Improve the Recovery of Valuable Materials”, Aerosol Science & Technology, vol. 53,(under review, 2019) ;(Rosner, D.E. and Fernandez de la Mora, J.)
  • “Low Reynolds Number Capture of Small Particles on a Cylinder by Diffusion, Interception and Inertia at Sub-critical Stokes Numbers: Numerical Calculations, Correlations and Small Diffusivity Asymptote”, Aerosol Science & Technology, (submitted, April 2019); (Arias-Zugasti, M., Fernandez de la Mora, J. and Rosner, D.E.)