Fokion Egolfopoulos

Mechanical Engineering University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
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"Fokion Egolfopoulos"


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Mustafa G. Andac grad student 2002 USC
Jyh-Yih Ren grad student 2002 USC
Adam T. Holley grad student 2008 USC
Chunsheng Ji grad student 2011 USC
Peter S. Veloo grad student 2011 USC
Mir A. Jalali grad student 2013 USC
Okjoo Park grad student 2013 USC
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Park O, Veloo PS, Sheen DA, et al. (2016) Chemical kinetic model uncertainty minimization through laminar flame speed measurements. Combustion and Flame. 172: 136-152
Xiouris C, Ye T, Jayachandran J, et al. (2016) Laminar flame speeds under engine-relevant conditions: Uncertainty quantification and minimization in spherically expanding flame experiments Combustion and Flame. 163: 270-283
Jayachandran J, Lefebvre A, Zhao R, et al. (2015) A study of propagation of spherically expanding and counterflow laminar flames using direct measurements and numerical simulations Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 35: 695-702
Monji M, Ciora R, Liu PKT, et al. (2015) Thermocatalytic decomposition of dimethyl methylphosphonate (DMMP) in a multi-tubular, flow-through catalytic membrane reactor Journal of Membrane Science. 482: 42-48
Yousef Motamedhashemi MM, Monji M, Egolfopoulos F, et al. (2015) A hybrid catalytic membrane reactor for destruction of a chemical warfare simulant Journal of Membrane Science. 473: 1-7
Park O, Veloo PS, Burbano H, et al. (2015) Studies of premixed and non-premixed hydrogen flames Combustion and Flame. 162: 1078-1094
Yousef Motamedhashemi MM, Egolfopoulos F, Tsotsis T. (2015) Flow-through catalytic membrane reactors for the destruction of a chemical warfare simulant: Dynamic performance aspects Catalysis Today
Jalali A, Egolfopoulos FN, Tsotsis TT. (2014) Study of silane decomposition during the combustion of renewable natural gas Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 53: 12993-13005
Egolfopoulos FN, Hansen N, Ju Y, et al. (2014) Advances and challenges in laminar flame experiments and implications for combustion chemistry Progress in Energy and Combustion Science. 43: 36-67
Cai L, Sudholt A, Lee DJ, et al. (2014) Chemical kinetic study of a novel lignocellulosic biofuel: Di-n-butyl ether oxidation in a laminar flow reactor and flames Combustion and Flame. 161: 798-809
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