Chih-Jen Sung

Affiliations: 
EMC - Mechanical Engineering Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
Area:
Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Organic Chemistry
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Samimi Abianeh O, Curtis N, Sung CJ. (2016) Determination of modeled luminosity-based and pressure-based ignition delay times of turbulent spray combustion International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer
Sarathy SM, Kukkadapu G, Mehl M, et al. (2015) Ignition of alkane-rich FACE gasoline fuels and their surrogate mixtures Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 35: 249-257
Kukkadapu G, Weber BW, Sung CJ. (2015) Autoignition study of tetralin in a rapid compression machine at elevated pressures and low-to-intermediate temperatures Fuel. 159: 436-445
Abianeh OS, Oehlschlaeger MA, Sung CJ. (2015) A surrogate mixture and kinetic mechanism for emulating the evaporation and autoignition characteristics of gasoline fuel Combustion and Flame
Brady KB, Hui X, Sung CJ, et al. (2015) Counterflow ignition of n-butanol at atmospheric and elevated pressures Combustion and Flame
Weber BW, Sung CJ, Renfro MW. (2015) On the uncertainty of temperature estimation in a rapid compression machine Combustion and Flame. 162: 2518-2528
Kumar K, Zhang Y, Sung CJ, et al. (2015) Autoignition response of n-butanol and its blends with primary reference fuel constituents of gasoline Combustion and Flame. 162: 2466-2479
Kukkadapu G, Kumar K, Sung CJ, et al. (2015) Autoignition of gasoline surrogates at low temperature combustion conditions Combustion and Flame. 162: 2272-2285
Curtis NJ, Niemeyer KE, Sung CJ. (2015) An automated target species selection method for dynamic adaptive chemistry simulations Combustion and Flame. 162: 1358-1374
Weber BW, Pitz WJ, Mehl M, et al. (2014) Experiments and modeling of the autoignition of methylcyclohexane at high pressure Combustion and Flame. 161: 1972-1983
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