Research interests include new experimental methods capable of producing quality flammability data for the development of predictive models at industrially relevant temperature, pressure, composition and turbulence. Application results in energy and waste reduction, optimized production and a realistic operating safety margin. Application to traditional industrial flammability concerns as well as future applications including hydrogen. Other interests include traditional and modified internal combustion engines with integration of hydrogen and other fuels, safety and performance of standard and blended fuels, for example CNG, diesel, bio-diesel and ethanol.

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Academic Articles36
Conference Papers4
chaired theses and dissertations
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Texas A&M University; Chemical Engineering; 3122 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3122