Seth B. Dworkin, Ph.D.

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2009 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
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Aerospace Engineering
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Mitchell Smooke grad student 2009 Yale
 (Serial and distributed-memory parallel computation of sooting, steady and time-dependent, laminar flames using a modified vorticity-velocity formulation.)
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Fine JP, Friedman J, Dworkin SB. (2017) Detailed modeling of a novel photovoltaic thermal cascade heat pump domestic water heating system Renewable Energy. 101: 500-513
Veshkini A, Dworkin SB, Thomson MJ. (2016) Understanding soot particle size evolution in laminar ethylene/air diffusion flames using novel soot coalescence models Combustion Theory and Modelling. 20: 707-734
Nguyen HV, Law YLE, Zhou X, et al. (2016) A techno-economic analysis of heat-pump entering fluid temperatures, and CO2 emissions for hybrid ground-source heat pump systems Geothermics. 61: 24-34
Veshkini A, Eaves NA, Dworkin SB, et al. (2016) Application of PAH-condensation reversibility in modeling soot growth in laminar premixed and nonpremixed flames Combustion and Flame. 167: 335-352
Law YLE, Dworkin SB. (2016) Characterization of the effects of borehole configuration and interference with long term ground temperature modelling of ground source heat pumps Applied Energy. 179: 1032-1047
Kuzmic N, Law YLE, Dworkin SB. (2016) Numerical heat transfer comparison study of hybrid and non-hybrid ground source heat pump systems Applied Energy. 165: 919-929
Khosousi A, Dworkin SB. (2015) Detailed modelling of soot oxidation by O2and OH in laminar diffusion flames Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 35: 1903-1910
Eaves NA, Dworkin SB, Thomson MJ. (2015) The importance of reversibility in modeling soot nucleation and condensation processes Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 35: 1787-1794
Eaves NA, Zhang Q, Liu F, et al. (2015) CoFlame: A refined and validated numerical algorithm for modeling sooting laminar coflow diffusion flames Computer Physics Communications
Khosousi A, Dworkin SB. (2015) Soot surface reactivity during surface growth and oxidation in laminar diffusion flames Combustion and Flame. 162: 4523-4532
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