Monday, November 17, 2008: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Room 203-B (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division (20)

#79 - Combustion Reaction Engineering (20039)
This session focuses on gas phase chemistry important in combustion, pyrolysis and other high-temperature reactive systems, plus related heterogeneous processes (e.g. catalytic combustion, soot and char formation and burn-out). Topics of interest include design and simulation of practical combustion devices and fuels, measurements or calculations of molecular thermochemistry and individual rate coefficients, and simulation methodology such as automated mechanism construction, automated mechanism reduction, uncertainty quantification, surrogate fuel models, and methods for estimating the many parameters needed for engineering these reaction systems.
Chair:William H. Green Jr.
CoChair:Eric G. Eddings
12:30 PMQuantum Chemical and Detailed Chemical Kinetic Modeling of Methylamine Oxidation: Applications to Atmospheric and Supercritical Water Chemistries
Kenneth M. Benjamin, Justin P. Meyer, Fanariot Sefa
12:55 PMThe Reaction of Vinyl Radical with Alkenes: Measured Rates and Predicted Pressure-Dependent Product Distributions
Claude Franklin Goldsmith III, Huzeifa Ismail, Paul Abel, William H. Green
1:20 PMChemical Processing in a Film Boiling Reactor
Wing Tsang, C. Thomas Avedesian, Sung Ryel Choi
1:45 PMInteracting Roles of Fuel Evaporation, Micro-Mixing and Homogeneous Chemical Kinetics In Limiting the Performance of Continuous Spray Combustors
Daniel E. Rosner, Manuel Arias-Zugasti, Michael Labowsky
2:10 PMOn-the-Fly Reduction of Kinetic Mechanisms Using Element Flux Analysis
Kaiyuan He, Ioannis P. Androulakis, M.G. Ierapetritou
2:35 PMKinetic Modeling of Oxidation Methane Conversion in Regime of Filtration Combustion with Superadiabatic Heating
Anna A. Karnaukh, Avigeya N. Ivanova, Svetlana S. Kostenko, George B. Manelis, Eugene V. Polianczyk

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