Book Chapters

Publications

2014

  1. E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky, T.D. Scheibe. (under preparation). "Multi-Scale Modeling of Inter-Granular Diffusion of Contaminants in the Subsurface", Journal of Contaminant Hydrology.
  2. C.B. Storlie, W.A. Lane, E.M. Ryan. (under review). Calibration of Computational Models with Categorical Parameters and Correlated Outputs via Bayesian Smoothing Spline ANOVA. Journal of the American Statistical Association.
  3. D.C. Miller, M. Syamlal, D. Mebane, C. Storlie, D. Bhattacharyya, N. V. Sahinidis, D. Agarwal, C. Tong, S. E. Zitney, A. Sarkar, X. Sun, S. Sundaresan, E.M. Ryan, D. Engel, C. Dale. (2014). Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative: A Case Study in Multi-Scale Modeling and New Challenges. Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
  4. W.A. Lane, C.B. Storlie, C.J. Montgomery, E.M. Ryan. (under review). "Numerical modeling and Bayesian calibration of a bubbling fluidized bed with immersed horizontal tubes". Powder Technology.

2013

  1. J. Tan, E.M. Ryan. (accepted). "Dendrite Growth in a Lithium Air Battery System". The Electrochemical Society Transactions.
  2. E.M. Ryan, K.F. Ferris, A.M. Tartakovsky, M.A. Khaleel. (2013). Computational Modeling of Transport Limitations in Li-air Batteries. The Electrochemical Society Transactions 45, 29: 123-136.
  3. E.M. Ryan, D. DeCroix, R. Breault, W. Xu, E.D. Huckaby, K. Saha, X. Sun, S. Sundaresan, S. Dartevelle. (2013). Multi-phase CFD modeling of solid sorbent carbon capture system, Powder Technology, 242: 114-134.

2012

  1. E.M. Ryan, W. Xu, X. Sun, and M.A. Khaleel (2012). A damage model for degradation in the electrodes of solid oxide fuel cells: Modeling the effects of sulfur and antimony in the anode, Journal of Power Sources, 210: 233-242.
  2. E.M. Ryan, K.P. Recknagle, W. Liu, M.A. Khaleel. (2012). The Need for Nano-scale Modeling and Experimentation in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 12: 6758-6768.
  3. E.M. Ryan, T. Sanquist. (2012). Validation of Building Energy Modeling Tools Under Idealized and Realistic Conditions, Energy and Buildings, 47: 375-382.

2011

  1. E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky. (2011). A Hybrid Micro-Scale Model for Transport in Connected Macro-Pores in Porous Media, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 126: 61-71.
  2. E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky, C. Amon. (2011). Pore-Scale Modeling of Competitive Adsorption of a Plume in a Porous Medium, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 120-121: 56-78.
  3. E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky, M.A. Khaleel, C. Amon. (2011). Pore-Scale Modeling of the Reactive Transport of Chromium in the Cathode of a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell, Journal of Power Sources, 196: 287-300.

2010

  1. K.P. Recknagle, E.M. Ryan, B.J. Koeppel, M.A. Khaleel. (2010). Modeling of Electrochemistry and Steam-Methane Reforming Performance for Simulating Pressurized Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Stacks, Journal of Power Sources, 195:6637-6644.
  2. E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky, C. Amon. (2010). A Novel Method for Modeling Neumann and Robin Boundary Conditions in Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, Computer Physics Communications, 181: 2008-2023.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  1. W.A. Lane, A. Sarkar, S. Sundaresan, E.M. Ryan. "Sub-grid filtering of heat transfer in gas-solid flows with immersed heat transfer cylinders", ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition. 2014: Montreal, Canada. (accepted)
  2. W.A. Lane, C.B. Storlie, C.J. Montgomery, E.M. Ryan. "Modeling and validation of a large scale, multiphase carbon capture system", ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting. 2013: Incline Village, NV.
  3. E.M. Ryan, K. F. Ferris, A.M. Tartakovsky, M.A. Khaleel. "Computational Modeling of Transport Limitations in Li-Air batteries", The Electrochemical Society Transactions. 2012: Seattle, WA.
  4. E.M. Ryan, X. Sun, W. Xu, D. DeCroix, E.D. Huckaby, S. Dartevelle, S. Sundaresan, K. Saha. "Multi-Phase CFD Modeling of A Solid Sorbent Carbon Capture System", ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting. 2012: Puerto Rico.
  5. K.P. Recknagle, E.M. Ryan, M.A. Khaleel. "Numerical Modeling of the Distributed Electrochemistry and Performance of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells", ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition. 2011: Denver, CO.
  6. E.M. Ryan, K.P. Recknagle, M.A. Khaleel."Modeling the Electrochemistry of an SOFC through the Electrodes and Electrolyte", The Electrochemical Society Transactions. 2011: Montreal, Canada.
  7. S. Adami, X. Hu, N. Adams, E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky, A Fully Coupled 3D Transport Model in SPH for Multi-Species Reaction-Diffusion Systems, in: 6th International SPHERIC Workshop, Hamburg 2011.

Non-Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  1. E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky, C. Amon. "Investigating the Accuracy of a Darcy Scale Model of Competitive Adsorption in a Porous Medium through SPH Pore Scale Modeling", XVIII International Conference on Water Resources. 2010: Barcelona, Spain.
  2. E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky, C. Amon. "A Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Model of Competitive Adsorption in Porous Media", in: 33rd International Association of Hydraulic Engineering & Research (IAHR) Biennial Congress. 2009: Vancouver, BC.
  3. E.M. Ryan, A.M. Tartakovsky, C. Amon. "A Pore Scale Reactive Transport Model of A Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathode", International Symposium on Transportation Phenomena. 2009: Victoria, B.C.
  4. E.M. Ryan, C. Amon. "Modeling the Species Transport and Reactions in an SOFC Cathode using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics", Proceedings of the 6th Annual ASME International Fuel Cell Science, Engineering, and Technology Conference. 2008: Denver, CO.
  5. M. Pickering, B. Gravel, M. Portsmore, E.M. Ryan. "The Benefit of Outreach to Engineering Students", Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition. 2004: Salt Lake City, UT.
  6. E. Milto, E.M. Ryan. "Gender Differences in Approaching Design Problems at LEGO Camp", Hawaii International Conference on Education. 2004: Honolulu, HI.
  7. K. Clark, E.M. Ryan. "The Undergraduate Experience in Engineering Educational Outreach", Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition. 2003: Nashville, TN.