1. Electrochemical Competition Between the ECE and the DISP Mechanisms, (S. L. Cole and J. W. Wilder), Quarterly of Applied Math 4, pp. 459-486 (1989).
2. Similarity and Numerical Solutions for Chemical Vapor Deposition Problems, (J.W. Wilder), PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, 11, No. 4, pp. 571-584 (1989).
3. Gas Phase Decomposition by the Lindemann Mechanism,
(S. L. Cole and J. W. Wilder),
4. Solutions for the E Mechanism in Double Potential Step Experiments, (J.W. Wilder, S.L. Cole, D.A. Aikens, and H.B. Hollinger), Journal of Electro-analytical Chemisrty 312 , pp. 1-15 (1991).
5. Traveling Wave Solutions for Interfaces Arising From Phase Boundaries, (J.W. Wilder), Quarterly of Applied Mathematics, 49, pp. 333-350 (1991).
6. Onset of Convection for Autocatalytic Reaction Fronts: Laterally Unbounded System, (B.F. Edwards, J. W. Wilder, and K. Showalter), Phys. Rev. A, Vol. 43, No. 2, pp. 749-760, 1991.
7. Onset of Convection for Autocatalytic Reaction Fronts: Laterally Bounded System, (D.A. Vasquez, B.F. Edwards and J.W. Wilder), Phys. Rev. A, Vol. 43, No. 12, pp. 6694-6699, 1991.
8. Finite Thermal Diffusivity at Onset of Convection in Autocatalytic systems: Continuous fluid Density,(J.W. Wilder, B.F. Edwards, and D.A. Vasquez), Phys. Rev. A, Vol. 45, No. 4, pp. 2320-2327 (1992.)
9. Convective Instability of Autocatalytic Reaction Front in Vertical Cylinders, (D.A. Vasquez, J.W. Wilder, and B.F. Edwards), Phys. Fluids, Vol. 4, No. 11, pp. 2410-2414, 1992.
10. Modification of the Eikonal Relation for Chemical Waves to Include Fluid Flow, (J.W. WIlder, D.A. Vasquez and B.F. Edwards) Phys. Rev. E 47 (5), 3761-3764, 1993.
11. Hydrodynamic Instability of Chemical waves (DA Vasquez, J.W. Wilder and B.F. Edwards), J. Chem. Phys., 98 (1993) 2138-2143.
12. Convective Turing Patterns (D.A. Vasquez, J.W. Wilder and B.F. Edwards) Phys. Rev. Letts. 71, pp. 1538-1541. (1993)
13. Will the Gypsy Moth Become a
14. A Three Variable Model for Gypsy Moth Population Dynamics (J.W. Wilder, N.Voorhis, J.J. Colbert and A. Sharov), Ecological Modelling, 72 , pp. 229-250 (1994).
15. Convection in chemical waves (D.A. Vasquez, J.M. Littley, J.W. Wilder and B.F. Edwards), Phys. Rev. E, 50, 280 (1994).
16. Nonaxisymmetric and axisymmetric convection in propagating reaction-diffusion fronts (J. Masere, D.A. Vasquez, B.F. Edwards, J.W. Wilder and K. Showalter), J. Phys. Chem. 98, 6505 (1994).
17. Derivation of a Nonlinear Front Evolution Equation for Chemical Waves Involving Convection (J.W. Wilder, B.F. Edwards, D.A. Vasquez and G.I. Sivashinsky), Physica D, 73, 217 (1994).
18. Modelling of One Dimensional Spatial Effects on the Spread of
Gypsy Moths, (
19. Modelling of two dimensional spatial effects on the spread of forest pests and their management, J.W. Wilder, I. Christie and J.J. Colbert, Ecological Modelling 82 (1995) 287-298.
20. Wave Trains in a model of gypsy moth population dynamics, J.W. WIlder, D.A. Vasquez and I. Christie, CHAOS 5(4), (1995) 700-706.
21. Convective chemical-wave propagation in the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction (Y. Wu, D.A. Vasquez, B.F. Edwards and J.W. Wilder) Phys. Rev. E, 51, No. 2 (1995) 1119-1127.
22. Transitions between convective patterns in chemical fronts, (Y. Wu, D.A. Vasquez, B.F. Edwards and J.W. Wilder) Phys. Rev. E, 52, No. 6 (1995) 6175-6182.
23. Finite thermal diffusivity at onset of convection in autocatalytic systems: discontinuous fluid density, (D.A. Vasquez, B.F. Edwards, and J.W. Wilder), Phys. Fluids 7, No. 10, (1995) 2513-2515.
24. Chemical wave propagation in a Hele-Shaw cell or a porous medium, D.A. Vasquez, J.W. WIlder and B.F. Edwards, J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 104 (1996) 9926.
25. Numerical solutions of one and two dimensional hyperbolic systems modelling a fluidized bed, I. Christie, G.H. Ganser and J.W. Wilder, in Numerical Analysis, A.R. Mitchell 75th Birthday Volume, edited by D.F. Griffiths and G.A. Watson. Published by World Scietific (1996), pp. 71-83.
26. Simulation of nonlinear front evolution equations for two-dimensional chemical waves involving convection, (J. W. Wilder, D. A. Vasquez, and B.F. Edwards), Physica D 90 (1996) 170-178.
27. Nonlinear Front Evolution of Hydrodynamic Chemical Waves in Vertical Cylinders, (J.W. Wilder, D.A. Vasquez, B. F. Edwards), Phys. Rev. E., Vol 56, No. 3 (1997) 3016.
28. Numerical Solution of a Two-Dimensional Fluidized Bed Model, I.Christie, G. H. Ganser, J.W. Wilder, Int. J. for Num. Meth. in Fluids, 28 (1998) 381-394.
29. A predictive model for gypsy moth population dynamics with model validation, (J.W. Wilder), Ecological Modelling 116 (1999) 165-181.
30. Validation of a two-dimensional hyperbolic system modelling a fluidized bed, (J.W. Wilder, I. Christie, and G.H. Ganser), Flow, Turbulence and Combustion 65, 31-50.
31. Effect of initial condition sensitivity and chaotic transients on the ability to predict future outbreaks of gypsy moths, (J.W. Wilder), Ecological Modelling 136 (2001) 49-66.
32. Assessing the Thermodynamic Feasibility of the Conversion of
Methane Hydrate into Carbon Dioxide Hydrate within Porous Media (J. W. Wilder, K.
Seshadri, and Duane H. Smith), Proc. First National Conf. Carbon Sequestration,
33. Thermodynamics of Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide in Natural Gas Hydrates in Porous Media: Complete Conversion of Methane/Propane Hydrates into Carbon Dioxide Hydrate, Proc. ECCS/IEA Meeting, (Duane H. Smith, J. W. Wilder, and K. Seshadri) San Francisco, CA, Sept. 30‑Oct. 5, 2001.
34 Modelling hydrate formation in media with broad pore-size distributions,” J. W. Wilder, D.H. Smith,and K. Seshadri, Langmuir, 17 (2001) 6729-6735.
35 Settling Speeds of falling raindrops,” B. F. Edwards and J. W. Wilder, J. Atmos. Sci., submitted.
36 Dynamics of falling raindrops, B. F. Edwards, J. W. Wilder, and E. Scime, Euro. J. Phys., 22 (2001)113-118.
37 Measurements of equilibrium pressures and temperatures for propane hydrate in silica gels with different pore-size distributions,” K. Seshadri, J. W. Wilder, and D.H. Smith, J. Phys. Chem., 105(2001) 2627.
38 Resolving Apparent Contradictions in Equilibrium Measurements for Clathrate Hydrates in Porous Media (Joseph W. Wilder, Kal Seshadri, and Duane H. Smith,), J. Phys. Chem., 105 (2001) 9970-9972.
39 Dependencies of Clathrate Hydrate Dissociation Fugacities on the Inverse Temperature and Inverse Pore Radius, Wilder, J.W., and D.H. Smith, Industrial Eng. Chem. Res. 41, 2819 (2002).
40 Interpretation of Ethane Hydrate Equilibrium Data for Porous Media Involving Hydrate-Ice Equilibria, Zhang, Wu, J.W. Wilder, and D.H. Smith, AIChE. J. 48, 2324 (2002).
41 Applying the Poisson Integral Equation to Signal Processing, J.W. Wilder, Math. Scientist 27, 1 (2002).
42 Equilibrium Pressures and Temperatures for Equilibria Involving Hydrate, Ice, and Free Gas in Porous Media, Zhang, Wu, J.W. Wilder, and D.H. Smith, Proc. Fourth International Conf. Gas Hydrates, Yokohama, Japan, May 19-23, (2002).
43 Comments on 'Anomolous Preservation of Pure Methane Hydrate at 1 atm.' (Joseph W. Wilder and Duane H. Smith,), J. Phys. Chem. B, 106, 226 (2002).
44 Methane hydrate equilibria in silica gels with broad pore-size distributions, D.H. Smith, J. W. Wilder, and K. Seshadri, AIChEJ, 48, 393 (2002).
45 Upper Limits on the Rates of Dissociation of Clathrate Hydrates (Joseph W. Wilder and Duane H. Smith), J. Phys. Chem B 106, 6298 (2002).
46 Thermodynamics of Carbon Dioxide Hydrate Formation in Media with Broad Pore‑Size Distributions, Kal Seshadri, Joseph W. Wilder, and Duane H. Smith, Envir, Sci, Technol. 36, 5192 (2002).
47. Sequestration Of CO2 With Enhanced Oil Recovery: Miscible-Vertical
Network Model Simulations, Kristen Stevenson, Grant
Bromhal, Martin Ferer, Joseph Wilder, and Duane H. Smith, Proc. Twentieth
Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, September 15-19, 2003
The Westin - Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
48 Methane Hydrate-Ice Equilibria in Porous Media, Zhang, Wu, J.W. Wilder, and D.H. Smith, J. Phys. Chem B. 107 (2003) 13084.
51 Miscible-Vertical Network Model 2-D Simulations of Two-Phase Flow Displacements in Porous Media without Dispersion, Kristen Stevenson, Grant Bromhal, Martin Ferer, Joseph Wilder, and Duane H. Smith, Physica A 43, 317-34 (2004).
52. An International Effort To Compare Methane Hydrate Reservoir Simulators, (written by effort Coordinator Joseph W. Wilder), Fire in the Ice: Summer 2005 Methane Hydrates Newsletter. Published by the US Dept. of Energy (available online at: http://www.netl.doe.gov/technologies/oil-gas/publications/Hydrates/Newsletter/HMNewsSummer05.pdf)
53. Fossil Energy R&D: Options to Secure
54. 2-D Network Model Simulations of Miscible Two-Phase Flow Displacements in Porous Media: Effects of Heterogeneity and Viscosity; Kristen Stevenson, Martin Ferer, Grant S. Bromhal, Jared Gump, Joseph Wilder, Duane H. Smith, Physica A 367, 7-24 (2006).
International Methane Hydrates Code
comparison Project (written by effort Co-coordinators Joseph W. Wilder and
of Pressure Test Data from the Mount Elbert Gas Hydrates Well (written by
effort Co-coordinators Joseph W. Wilder and
57. An International Effort to
Compare Gas Hydrate Reservoir Simulators, Joseph W. Wilder, George J.
Moridis, Scott J. Wilson, Masanori Kurihara, Mark D. White, Yoshihiro Masuda,
Brian J. Anderson, Timothy S. Collett, Robert B. Hunter, Hideo Narita, Mehran
Pooladi-Darvish, Kelly Rose,
58. Analysis of Modular Dynamic Formation
Test Results From the Mount Elbert-01 Stratigraphic
Test Well, Milne Point Unit, North Slope Alaska, Brian J. Anderson, Joseph
W. Wilder, Masanori Kurihara, Mark D. White, George J. Moridis, Scott J.
Wilson, Mehran Pooladi-Darvish, Yoshihiro Masuda, Timothy S. Collett, Robert B.
Hunter, Hideo Narita, Kelly Rose,
59. Modeling and Simulation of Coating Growth on Nanofibers, J. Wilder, C.B. Clemons, K.L. Kreider, G.W. Young, E. Evans and G. Zhang, J. Applied Physics, Vol. 105 (2009), pp. 0543171-0543178.