Philip C. Malte

Affiliations: 
Mechanical Engineering University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Area:
Mechanical Engineering, Energy, Alternative Energy
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Fackler KB, Karalus M, Novosselov I, et al. (2016) NOx behavior for lean-premixed combustion of alternative gaseous fuels Journal of Engineering For Gas Turbines and Power. 138
Vijlee SZ, Hermanson JC, Kramlich JC, et al. (2016) Effects of fuel composition on NOX emibions for traditional and alternative jet fuels 2016 Spring Technical Meeting of the Western States Section of the Combustion Institute, Wssci 2016
Chime AH, Malte PC, Kramlich J. (2016) NOx and blowout measurements of pure and renewable fuels 2016 Spring Technical Meeting of the Western States Section of the Combustion Institute, Wssci 2016
Karalus MF, Fackler KB, Novosselov IV, et al. (2013) A skeletal mechanism for the reactive flow simulation of methane combustion Proceedings of the Asme Turbo Expo. 1
Karalus MF, Fackler KB, Novosselov IV, et al. (2012) Characterizing the mechanism of lean blowout for a recirculation-stabilized premixed hydrogen flame Proceedings of the Asme Turbo Expo. 2: 21-30
Fackler KB, Karalus MF, Novosselov IV, et al. (2011) Experimental and numerical study of NOx formation from the lean premixed combustion of CH4 mixed with CO2 and N 2 Journal of Engineering For Gas Turbines and Power. 133
Fackler KB, Karalus MF, Novosselov IV, et al. (2011) Experimental and numerical study of NO X formation from the lean premixed combustion of CH 4 mixed with CO 2 and N 2 Proceedings of the Asme Turbo Expo. 2: 55-63
Polagye BL, Malte PC. (2011) Far-field dynamics of tidal energy extraction in channel networks Renewable Energy. 36: 222-234
Novosselov IV, Malte PC. (2008) Development and application of an eight-step global mechanism for CFD and CRN simulations of lean-premixed combustors Journal of Engineering For Gas Turbines and Power. 130
Rutar T, Lee JCY, Dagaut P, et al. (2007) NOx formation pathways in lean-premixed-prevapourized combustion of fuels with carbon-to-hydrogen ratio between 0.25 and 0.88 Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part a: Journal of Power and Energy. 221: 387-398
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