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  • Cenosphere formation from heavy fuel oil: A numerical analysis accounting for the balance between porous shells and internal pressure

    V. M. Reddy, M. M. Rahman, A. N. Gandi, A. M. Elbaz, R. A. Schrecengost and W. L. Roberts

    Combustion Theory and Modeling

Heavy fuel oil, Cenosphere, Numerical modelling, Pressure balance, Asphaltene
  • Experimental and numerical analysis for high intensity swirl based ultra-low emission flameless combustor operating with liquid fuels

    V. M. Reddy, A. Katoch, W. L. Roberts, S. Kumar

    Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 35 (3), 3581-3589 (2015)

Flameless combustion, Swirl flow combustion, Liquid fuel, High intensity, Burner scaling
  • Feasibility of using less viscous and lower cetane (LVLC) fuels in a diesel engine: A review

    R. Vallinayagam, S. Vedharaj, W. M. Yang, W. L. Roberts, R. W. Dibble

    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 51, 1166-1190, (2015)

Less viscous and lower cetane (LVLC) fuels, Combustion, Emission, Diesel engine, Biofuels
  • A fundamental investigation into the relationship between lubricant composition and fuel ignition quality

    O. A. Kuti, S. Y. Yang, N. Hourani, N. Naser, W. L. Roberts, S. H. Chung, ...

    Fuel 160, 605-613, (2015)

Low speed pre-ignition (LSPI), Direct injection spark ignition (DISI), Ignition quality tester (IQT), Lubricant base oils, iso-octane, Total ignition delay
  • Synthesis of cracked Calophyllum inophyllum oil using fly ash catalyst for diesel engine application

    N. Muthukumaran, C. G. Saravanan, S. P. R. Yadav, R. Vallinayagam, ...

    Fuel 55, 68-76, (2015)

Calophyllum inophyllum oil, Cracking, Fly ash, Combustion, Emission,Diesel engine
  • The flow field structure of highly stabilized partially premixed flames in a concentric flow conical nozzle burner with coflow

    A. M. Elbaz, M. F. Zayed, M. Samy, W. L. Roberts, M. S. Mansour

    Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, (2015)

Partially premixed; Flames; Combustion; Stability; Flow field
  • Experiments and simulations of NO x formation in the combustion of hydroxylated fuels

    M. D. Bohon, M. J. Al Rashidi, S. M. Sarathy, W. L. Roberts

    Combustion and Flame 162 (6), 2322-2336, (2015)

NOx, Alcohol, Swirl, Thermal, Prompt, Hydroxylated
  • Laminar burning velocities at elevated pressures for gasoline and gasoline surrogates associated with RON

    O. S. Mannaa, M. S. Mansour, W. L. Roberts, S. H. Chung

    Combustion and Flame 162 (6), 2311-2321, (2015)

Laminar burning velocity, Gasoline surrogates, TRF, Spherical flame instability, RON
  • Fuel and engine characterization study of catalytically cracked waste transformer oil

    S. P. R. Yadav, C. G. Saravanan, R. Vallinayagam, S. Vedharaj, W. L. Roberts

    Energy Conversion and Management 96, 490-498, (2015)

Waste transformer oil, Cracking; Emission, Performance, Diesel engine, Fly ash
  • Technoeconomic analysis of jet fuel production from hydrolysis, decarboxylation, and reforming of camelina oil

    R. H. Natelson, W. C. Wang, W. L. Roberts, K. D. Zering

    Biomass and Bioenergy 75, 23-34, (2015)

Camelina, Techno-economic model, Renewable jet fuel, Renewable diesel, Hydrotreating, Oil extraction
  • A computational methodology for formulating gasoline surrogate fuels with accurate physical and chemical kinetic properties

    A. Ahmed, G. Goteng, V. S. B. Shankar, K. Al-Qurashi, W. L. Roberts, ...

    Fuel 143, 290-300, (2015)

Gasoline, Combustion, Surrogate fuel, Formulation, Chemical kinetic simulation
  • Investigation of the effects of renewable diesel fuels on engine performance, combustion, and emissions

    D. Ogunkoya, W. L. Roberts, T. Fang, N. Thapaliya

    Fuel 140, 541-554, (2015)

Biofuels, Renewable diesel, Diesel engines, Combustion, Emissions
  • Spray combustion of Jet-A and diesel fuels in a constant volume combustion chamber

    W. Jing, W. L. Roberts, T. Fang

    Energy Conversion and Management 89, 525-540, (2014)

Spray combustion, Natural luminosity, OH∗ chemiluminescence, Diesel engines, Jet fuel