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Ronald Hanson
Ronald Hanson
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Infrared laser-absorption sensing for combustion gases
CS Goldenstein, RM Spearrin, JB Jeffries, RK Hanson
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 60, 132-176, 2017
6202017
A high-temperature chemical kinetic model of n-alkane (up to n-dodecane), cyclohexane, and methyl-, ethyl-, n-propyl and n-butyl-cyclohexane oxidation at high temperatures
H Wang, E Dames, B Sirjean, DA Sheen, R Tangko, A Violi, JYW Lai, ...
JetSurF version 2 (2), 19, 2010
4392010
Spectroscopy and optical diagnostics for gases
RK Hanson, RM Spearrin, CS Goldenstein
Springer 1, 79-89, 2016
4332016
A physics-based approach to modeling real-fuel combustion chemistry-I. Evidence from experiments, and thermodynamic, chemical kinetic and statistical considerations
H Wang, R Xu, K Wang, CT Bowman, RK Hanson, DF Davidson, ...
Combustion and Flame 193, 502-519, 2018
4052018
GRI-Mech 3.0, 1999
GP Smith, DM Golden, M Frenklach, NW Moriarty, B Eiteneer, ...
URL http://www. me. berkeley. edu/gri_mech 38, 2011
3932011
Time evolution and mixing characteristics of hydrogen and ethylene transverse jets in supersonic crossflows
A Ben-Yakar, MG Mungal, RK Hanson
Physics of Fluids 18 (2), 2006
3862006
An experimental and modeling study of propene oxidation. Part 2: Ignition delay time and flame speed measurements
SM Burke, U Burke, R Mc Donagh, O Mathieu, I Osorio, C Keesee, ...
Combustion and Flame 162 (2), 296-314, 2015
3582015
Recent advances in laser absorption and shock tube methods for studies of combustion chemistry
RK Hanson, DF Davidson
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 44, 103-114, 2014
3412014
A physics-based approach to modeling real-fuel combustion chemistry–II. Reaction kinetic models of jet and rocket fuels
R Xu, K Wang, S Banerjee, J Shao, T Parise, Y Zhu, S Wang, A Movaghar, ...
Combustion and Flame 193, 520-537, 2018
3392018
Shock tube ignition measurements of iso-octane/air and toluene/air at high pressures
DF Davidson, BM Gauthier, RK Hanson
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 30 (1), 1175-1182, 2005
3252005
Interpreting shock tube ignition data
DF Davidson, RK Hanson
International journal of chemical kinetics 36 (9), 510-523, 2004
3082004
n-Dodecane oxidation at high-pressures: Measurements of ignition delay times and OH concentration time-histories
SS Vasu, DF Davidson, Z Hong, V Vasudevan, RK Hanson
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 32 (1), 173-180, 2009
2762009
Nonideal effects behind reflected shock waves in a high-pressure shock tube
EL Petersen, RK Hanson
Shock Waves 10 (6), 405-420, 2001
2662001
Diode-laser absorption sensor for line-of-sight gas temperature distributions
ST Sanders, J Wang, JB Jeffries, RK Hanson
Applied Optics 40 (24), 4404-4415, 2001
2632001
Wavelength modulation absorption spectroscopy with 2 f detection using multiplexed diode lasers for rapid temperature measurements in gaseous flows
JTC Liu, JB Jeffries, RK Hanson
Applied Physics B 78, 503-511, 2004
2482004
A pyrolysis mechanism for ammonia
DF Davidson, K Kohse‐Höinghaus, AY Chang, RK Hanson
International journal of chemical kinetics 22 (5), 513-535, 1990
2471990
Fitting of calibration-free scanned-wavelength-modulation spectroscopy spectra for determination of gas properties and absorption lineshapes
CS Goldenstein, CL Strand, IA Schultz, K Sun, JB Jeffries, RK Hanson
Applied optics 53 (3), 356-367, 2014
2442014
Instantaneous temperature field measurements using planar laser-induced fluorescence
JM Seitzman, G Kychakoff, RK Hanson
Optics letters 10 (9), 439-441, 1985
2411985
Analysis of calibration-free wavelength-scanned wavelength modulation spectroscopy for practical gas sensing using tunable diode lasers
K Sun, X Chao, R Sur, CS Goldenstein, JB Jeffries, RK Hanson
Measurement Science and Technology 24 (12), 125203, 2013
2402013
Diode laser sensor for measurements of CO, CO2, and CH4 in combustion flows
RM Mihalcea, DS Baer, RK Hanson
Applied optics 36 (33), 8745-8752, 1997
2361997
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