Sage L. Kokjohn, Ph.D.

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2012 Mechanical Engineering University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Mechanical Engineering
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Rolf D. Reitz grad student 2012 UW Madison
 (Reactivity controlled compression ignition (RCCI) combustion.)

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John A Roberts grad student UW Madison
Aravindh R Babu grad student 2018- UW Madison (E-Tree)
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Klos DT, Kokjohn SL. (2016) Investigation of the effect of injection and control strategies on combustion instability in reactivity-controlled compression ignition engines Journal of Engineering For Gas Turbines and Power. 138
Li Y, Jia M, Chang Y, et al. (2016) Thermodynamic energy and exergy analysis of three different engine combustion regimes Applied Energy. 180: 849-858
Klos D, Kokjohn SL. (2015) Investigation of the sources of combustion instability in low-temperature combustion engines using response surface models International Journal of Engine Research. 16: 419-440
Kokjohn SL, Musculus MPB, Reitz RD. (2015) Evaluating temperature and fuel stratification for heat-release rate control in a reactivity-controlled compression-ignition engine using optical diagnostics and chemical kinetics modeling Combustion and Flame. 162: 2729-2742
Klos DT, Kokjohn SL. (2014) Investigation of the effect of injection and control strategies on combustion instability in reactivity controlled compression ignition (RCCI) engines Asme 2014 Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Technical Conference, Icef 2014. 1
Kokjohn SL, Reitz RD. (2013) Reactivity controlled compression ignition and conventional diesel combustion: A comparison of methods to meet light-duty NOx and fuel economy targets International Journal of Engine Research. 14: 452-468
Puduppakkam KV, Liang L, Naik CV, et al. (2011) Use of Detailed Kinetics and Advanced Chemistry-Solution Techniques in CFD to Investigate Dual-Fuel Engine Concepts Sae International Journal of Engines. 4: 1127-1149
Kokjohn SL, Splitter DA, Hanson RM, et al. (2011) Modeling charge preparation and combustion in diesel fuel, ethanol, and dual-fuel pcci engines Atomization and Sprays. 21: 107-119
Kokjohn SL, Hanson RM, Splitter DA, et al. (2011) Fuel reactivity controlled compression ignition (RCCI): A pathway to controlled high-efficiency clean combustion International Journal of Engine Research. 12: 209-226
Hanson RM, Kokjohn SL, Splitter DA, et al. (2010) An experimental investigation of fuel reactivity controlled pcci combustion in a heavy-duty engine Sae International Journal of Engines. 3: 700-716
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