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John P. Appleton

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Mechanical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Appel D, Appleton JP. (1975) Shock tube studies of deuterium dissociation and oxidation by atomic resonance absorption spectrophotometry Symposium (International) On Combustion. 15: 701-715
Flagan RC, Appleton JP. (1974) A stochastic model of turbulent mixing with chemical reaction: Nitric oxide formation in a plug-flow burner Combustion and Flame. 23: 249-267
Flagan RC, Galant S, Appleton JP. (1974) Rate constrained partial equilibrium models for the formation of nitric oxide from organic fuel nitrogen Combustion and Flame. 22: 299-311
Appleton JP, Heywood JB. (1973) The effects of imperfect fuel-air mixing in a burner onno formation from nitrogen in the air and the fuel Symposium (International) On Combustion. 14: 777-786
Park C, Appleton JP. (1973) Shock-tube measurements of soot oxidation rates Combustion and Flame. 20: 369-379
Park C, Appleton JP. (1973) SHOCK TUBE MEASUREMENTS OF SOOT OXIDATION RATES AT COMBUSTION TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES . 793-803
Eberius KH, Just T, Joatton R, et al. (1973) ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION BY AIRCRAFT ENGINES Agard Conf Proc. sep
Flagan RC, Appleton JP. (1973) STOCHASTIC MODEL OF TURBULENT MIXING WITH CHEMICAL REACTION: NITRIC OXIDE FORMATION IN A PLUG-FLOW BURNER Mit Fluid Mech Lab Publ
Flagan RC, Galant S, Appleton JP. (1973) KINETIC MODEL FOR THE FORMATION OF NITRIC OXIDE FROM ORGANIC FUEL NITROGEN Mit Fluid Mech Lab Publ
Galant S, Appleton JP. (1973) RATE-CONTROLLED METHOD OF CONSTRAINED EQUILIBRIUM APPLIED TO CHEMICALLY REACTIVE OPEN SYSTEMS Mit Fluid Mech Lab Publ
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