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Experimental and Kinetic Modeling Study of Methanol

Mar 27, 2013 · A detailed chemical kinetic model for oxidation of CH 3 OH at high pressure and intermediate temperatures has been developed and validated experimentally. Ab initio calculations and RiceRamspergerKasselMarcus/transition state theory (RRKM/TST) analysis were used to obtain rate coefficients for , , , and . The experiments, involving CH 3 OH/O 2 mixtures diluted in N 2, were Experimental and kinetic modeling study of C2H4 Experimental and kinetic modeling study of C2H4 oxidation at high pressure Lopez, Jorge Gimenez; Rasmussen, Christian Lund; Alzueta, Maria; Gao, Yide; Marshall, Paul; Glarborg, Peter Published in:Proceedings of the Combustion Institute Link to article, DOI:10.1016/j.proci.2008.06.188 Publication date:2009 Document Version Peer reviewed version

Experimental and kinetic modeling study of ignition

May 01, 2019 · Experimental and kinetic modeling study of ignition characteristics of RP-3 kerosene over low-to-high temperature ranges in a heated rapid compression machine and a heated shock tube Author links open overlay panel Mao Yebing Yu Liang Wu Zhiyong Tao Wencao Wang Sixu Ruan Can Zhu Lei Lu Xingcai Experimental and modeling studies of PR- and ND-oxalate Mar 31, 2021 · title = {Experimental and modeling studies of PR- and ND-oxalate solubility to high ionic strengths:Insight into actinide (iii) oxalates}, author = {Xiong, Yongliang and Wang, Yifeng}, abstractNote = {Actinide oxalates are chemical compounds important to nuclear industry, ranging from actinide separation in waste reprocessing, to production of specialty actinides, and to disposal of high Experimental and Modeling Study of the Adsorption of The adsorption of methane on an activated carbon of high surface was measured in the range of 233333 K and 010 MPa. The isotherms showed a considerably different feature than that measured on low surface carbon. A maximum appeared on isotherms at relatively low temperatures. All the experimental isotherms were well modeled by the LangmuirFreundlich equation. The difference