Forman Arthur Williams
|Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering||University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA|
Professor Williams received his BSE from Princeton University in 1955 and his PhD from California Institute of Technology in 1958. He then taught at Harvard University until 1964, at which time he joined the UCSD faculty. In January 1981, Professor Williams accepted the Robert H. Goddard Chair in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University, where he remained until 1988, when he returned to UCSD to assume his present position. His field of specialization is combustion, and he is author of Combustion Theory (Addison, Wesley, 2nd ed., 1985) and co-author of Fundamental Aspects of Combustion (Oxford, 1993). He is a deputy editor of Combustion and Flame and a member of the editorial advisory boards of Combustion Science and Technology, Progress in Energy and Combustion Science and Archivium Combustionis.
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|Chuah KH, Saito K, Hashiba Y, et al. (2016) A Spectrally Resolved Imaging Method for Investigating Alcohol Pool Fires Combustion Science and Technology. 188: 277-289|
|Williams FA. (2015) Simplified Descriptions of Cool-Flame Chemistry Zeitschrift Fur Physikalische Chemie. 229: 561-567|
|Huete C, Sánchez AL, Williams FA, et al. (2015) Diffusion-flame ignition by shock-wave impingement on a supersonic mixing layer Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 784: 74-108|
|Seshadri K, Bai XS, Williams F. (2015) Rate-ratio asymptotic analysis of the structure and mechanisms of extinction of nonpremixed CH|
|Buckmaster J, Clavin P, Liñán A, et al. (2015) Combustion theory and modeling Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 30: 1-19|
|Prince JC, Williams FA. (2015) Revised short mechanism for the low-temperature ignition of n-heptane for a wider pressure range Fuel|
|Prince JC, Williams FA, Ovando GE. (2015) A short mechanism for the low-temperature ignition of n-heptane at high pressures Fuel. 149: 138-142|
|Prince JC, Williams FA. (2015) A short reaction mechanism for the combustion of dimethyl-ether Combustion and Flame. 162: 3589-3595|
|Niemann U, Seshadri K, Williams FA. (2015) Accuracies of laminar counterflow flame experiments Combustion and Flame. 162: 1540-1549|
|Saito K, Williams FA. (2015) Scale modeling in the age of high-speed computation Progress in Scale Modeling, Volume Ii: Selections From the International Symposia On Scale Modeling, Issm Vi (2009) and Issm Vii (2013). 1-18|