Michael Booty 

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Fall 2017 Courses

Research Interests


Sample Publications
  1. A hybrid numerical method for interfacial flow with soluble surfactant and its application to an experiment in microfluidic tipstreming. M.R. Booty et al. Chapter 15 in "Computational Methods for Complex Liquid-Fluid Interfaces." Progress in Colloid and Interface Science 5 (309-330), CRC Press, 2015.
  2. Numerical simulation of drop and bubble dynamics with soulble surfactant. Q. Wang et al. Physics of Fluids 26 (5), 2014, 052102, (1-27).
  3. Analytical and computational methods for two-phase flow with soluble surfactant. K. Xu et al. SIAM J. Appl. Math. 73 (1), 2013, 523-548.
  4. Semi-analytical solutions for two-dimensional elastic capsules in Stokes flow. M. Higley et al. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series A. 2012, doi: 10.1098/rspa.2012.0090
  5. A hybrid numerical method for interfacial fluid flow with soluble surfactant. M.R. Booty and M. Siegel. Journal of Computational Physics. 229, 2010 3864-3883.
  6. Influence of surfactant solubility on the deformation and breakup of a bubble or capillary jet in a viscous fluid. Y.-N. Young et al. Physics of Fluids 21, 2009, 072105 (1-16).
  7. Modeling of magnetic-field-assisted assembly of semiconductor devices. R.D Rivero et al. Journal of Electronic Materials 37, 2008, 374-378.
  8. Influence of insoluble surfactant on the deformation and breakup of a bubble or thread in a viscous fluid. M. Hameed et al. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 594, 2008, 307-340.
  9. Steady deformation and tip-streaming of a slender bubble with surfactant in an extensional flow. M.R. Booty and M. Siegel. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 544, 2005, 243-275.
  10. Reflection and transmission from a thin inhomogeneous cylinder in a rectangular TE10 waveguide. M.R. Booty and G.A. Kriegsmann. Progress in Electromagnetics Research 47, 2004, 263-296.
  11. Chemical makeup and physical characterization of a synthetic fuel and methods of heat content evaluation for studies on MSW incineration. S.S. Thipse et al. Fuel 81, 2002, 211-217.
  12. Polymer pyrolysis and oxidation studies in a continuous feed and flow reactor: cellulose and polystyrene. B-I. Park et al. Environmental Science and Technology 33, 1999, 2584-2592.
  13. Microwave-induced combustion: a one dimensional model. M.R. Booty, J.K. Bechtold and G.A. Kriegsmann. Combustion Theory and Modelling 2 (1), 1998, 57-80.
  14. Time-dependent premixed deflagrations. M.R. Booty. AIAA Technical Paper 96-0910, 1996.
  15. Simulation of a three-stage chlorocarbon incinerator through the use of a detailed reaction mechanism: chlorine to hydrogen mole ratios below 0.15. M.R. Booty, J.W. Bozzelli, W. Ho and R.S. Magee. Environmental Science and Technology 29 (12), 1995, 3059-3063.
  16. The accommodation of traveling waves of Fisher's type to the dynamics of the leading tail. M.R. Booty, R. Haberman and A.A. Minzoni. SIAM J. Appl. Math. 53 (4), 1993, 1009-1025.
  17. Interaction of pulsating and spinning waves in condensed phase combustion. M.R. Booty, S.B. Margolis and B.J. Matkowsky. SIAM J. Appl. Math. 46 (5), 1986, 801-843.

Organizational Memberships
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
American Physical Society
The Combustion Institute

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