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Mitchell Smooke
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PREMIX: a Fortran program for modeling steady laminar one-dimensional premixed flames
RJ Kee, JF Grcar, MD Smooke, JA Miller, E Meeks
Sandia National Laboratories Report, 1985
20881985
Reduced kinetic mechanisms and asymptotic approximations for methane-air flames: a topical volume
MD Smooke
Springer-Verlag, 1991
6911991
CHEMKIN collection, release 3.6, reaction design
RJ Kee, FM Rupley, JA Miller, ME Coltrin, JF Grcar, E Meeks, HK Moffat, ...
Inc., San Diego, CA 20 (0), 0, 2000
4572000
Computational and experimental study of soot formation in a coflow, laminar diffusion flame
MD Smooke, CS McEnally, LD Pfefferle, RJ Hall, MB Colket
Combustion and Flame 117 (1-2), 117-139, 1999
4181999
CHEMKIN Release 4.1
RJ Kee, FM Rupley, JA Miller, ME Coltrin, JF Grcar, E Meeks, HK Moffat, ...
Reaction Design, San Diego, CA, 2006
3992006
Development of an experimental database and kinetic models for surrogate jet fuels
T Edwards, M Colket, N Cernansky, F Dryer, F Egolfopoulos, D Friend, ...
45th AIAA aerospace sciences meeting and exhibit, 770, 2007
3802007
A comparison between numerical calculations and experimental measurements of the structure of a counterflow diffusion flame burning diluted methane in diluted air
MD Smooke, IK Puri, K Seshadri
Symposium (International) on Combustion 21 (1), 1783-1792, 1988
3671988
An experimental and theoretical investigation of the dilution, pressure and flow-field effects on the extinction condition of methane-air-nitrogen diffusion flames
HK Chelliah, CK Law, T Ueda, MD Smooke, FA Williams
Symposium (International) on Combustion 23 (1), 503-511, 1991
3291991
Soot formation in laminar diffusion flames
MD Smooke, MB Long, BC Connelly, MB Colket, RJ Hall
Combustion and Flame 143 (4), 613-628, 2005
3272005
Solution of burner-stabilized premixed laminar flames by boundary value methods
MD Smooke
Journal of Computational Physics 48 (1), 72-105, 1982
3121982
Numerical solution of two-dimensional axisymmetric laminar diffusion flames
MD Smooke, RE Mitchell, DE Keyes
Combustion Science and Technology 67 (4-6), 85-122, 1986
3061986
Kinetic modeling of the oxidation of ammonia in flames
JA Miller, MD Smooke, RM Green, RJ Kee
Combustion Science and Technology 34 (1-6), 149-176, 1983
2811983
Extinction of strained premixed laminar flames with complex chemistry
V Giovangigli, MD Smooke
Combustion science and technology 53 (1), 23-49, 1987
2701987
A fortran program for modeling steady laminar one-dimensional premixed flames, Report No
RJ Kee, JF Grcar, MD Smooke, JA Miller
SAND85-8240, Sandia National Laboratories, 72, 1985
2381985
Experimental and computational study of CH, CH*, and OH* in an axisymmetric laminar diffusion flame
KT Walsh, MB Long, MA Tanoff, MD Smooke
Symposium (international) on combustion 27 (1), 615-623, 1998
2171998
Computational and experimental study of JP-8, a surrogate, and its components in counterflow diffusion flames
JA Cooke, M Bellucci, MD Smooke, A Gomez, A Violi, T Faravelli, E Ranzi
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 30 (1), 439-446, 2005
1912005
Computational and experimental study of axisymmetric coflow partially premixed methane/air flames
BAV Bennett, CS McEnally, LD Pfefferle, MD Smooke
Combustion and Flame 123 (4), 522-546, 2000
1902000
Soot and thin-filament pyrometry using a color digital camera
PB Kuhn, B Ma, BC Connelly, MD Smooke, MB Long
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 33 (1), 743-750, 2011
1872011
Toward a comprehensive chemical kinetic mechanism for the oxidation of acetylene: comparison of model predictions with results from flame and shock tube experiments
JA Miller, RE Mitchell, MD Smooke, RJ Kee
Symposium (International) on Combustion 19 (1), 181-196, 1982
1841982
Determination of adiabatic flame speeds by boundary value methods
DM Smooke, JA Miller, RJ Kee
Combustion science and technology 34 (1-6), 79-90, 1983
1661983
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