ESCI Fall Technical Meeting
December 9-11, 1996
Program

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 9 - 8:00 am - Welcoming remarks

8:10 am   A. Invited Speaker - "The Application of Conserved Scalars to Combustion Chemistry," J. H. Miller, The George Washington University

Time Session A-1
Unsteady-state Phenomena
Chair: W. Proscia,
United Technologies Research Center
Session B-1
Soot and Its Possible Precursors
Chair: J. H. Miller,
The George Washington University
Session C-1
Phenomena in Practical Combustors
Chair: T. A. Litzinger,
The Pennsylvania State University
9:00 am 1. "Acoustic Instability of Curved Flames Propagating in Tubes," L. He and C. K. Law, Princeton University 41. "Universal Relationships in Sooting Diffusion Flames," C.R. Kaplan and K. Kailasanath, Naval Research Laboratory 81. "Flame Evolution Imaging and Its Application to Control of Combustion Instability in a Coaxial Dump Combustor," J. G. Lee, C.-H. Jeon and D. A. Santavicca, The Pennsylvania State University
9:20 am 2. "The Role of Chemical Kinetics in Driving Acoustic Disturbances in Lean Premixed Combustors," T. Lieuwen, Y. Neumeier and B. T. Zinn, Ga. Tech 42. "In Defense of the Ionic Mechanism of Soot Formation," H. F. Calcote, AeroChem Research Laboratories 82. "LIF and Flame-Emission Imaging of Liquid Fuel Films and Pool Fires in an SI Engine," P. O. Witze and R. M. Green, Sandia National Laboratories
9:40 am 3. "Darrieus-Landau Instability Growing Cycloids and Expanding Flame Acceleration," W. T. Ashurst, Sandia National Laboratories 43. "Computational and Experimental Study of a Sooting, Coflow, Laminar Diffusion Flame," M. D. Smooke, C. S. McEnally, L. D. Pfefferle, Yale University; R. J. Hall, M. B. Colket, United Technologies Research Center 83. "Enhancement of the Luminosity of Methane-Air Flames," A. A. Fridman, S. A. Nester, A. V. Saveliev, S. A. Zelepuga and L. A. Kennedy, University of Illinois at Chicago
10:00 am 4. "Excitability in Near-Limit Premixed Gas Combustion," H. Pearlman; University of Southern California 44. "Soot Formation in Co-Flowing Non-Premixed Methane Flames With Hydrocarbon Additives," C. S. McEnally and L. D. Pfefferle, Yale University 84. "Determination of the Unsteady Combustion Process Driving in an Unstable Combustor from Acoustic Pressure Distribution Measurements," T. Lieuwen, Y. Neumeier and B. T. Zinn, Georgia Institute of Technology
10:20 am Break Break Break
10:40 am 5. "Effect of Chemical Mechanism on Unsteady Premixed Strained Flames," Peter S. Wyckoff and Habib N. Najm, Sandia National Laboratories 45. "Study of Soot Formation in an Unsteady Propane/Air Counterflow Diffusion Flame," M. E. DeCroix and W. L. Roberts, North Carolina State University 85. "Effect of Transpiration Fuel Injection on Wall Drag in a Supersonic Combustor Flow Field," L. A. Castiglone, University of Washington; G. B. Northam, NASA Langley; N. R. Baker, Lockheed Martin Corp.; L.A. Roe, University of Arkansas
11:00 am 6. "Unsteady Ignition of Nonpremixed Counterflowing Hydrogen versus Heated Air," C. J. Sung and C. K. Law, Princeton University 46. "Investigation of Soot Precursor Carbonization using LIF LII and Bright and Dark Field TEM," R. L. Vander Wal, NASA Lewis Research Center; and K. A. Jensen, University of Illinois at Chicago 86. "Effect of Simulated Cavity Fuel Injection on Wall Drag in a Supersonic Internal Flow," L. A. Castiglone, University of Washington; G. B. Northam, NASA Langley; N. R. Baker, Lockheed Martin Corp.; L. A. Roe, University of Arkansas
11:20 am 7. "Effect of Turbulence on the Ignition of Nonpremixed Atmospheric Counterflowing Hydrogen versus Heated Air," J. D. Blouch, C. J. Sung, C. Fotache and C. K. Law, Princeton University 47. "Effects of Finite Time Response and Soot Deposition on Thin-Filament Pyrometry Measurements in Time-Varying Diffusion Flames," W. M. Pitts, D. A. Everest and K. C. Smyth, National Institute of Standards & Technology 87. "A Parametric Analysis on the Effect of Activation Energy on the Warm-Up of Natural Gas-Fired Catalytic Combustors," C. A. Frye and A. L. Boehman, The Pennsylvania State University
11:40 am 8. "Numerical Investigation of Wall Jet Ignition by Radiation," B. Ring and P. Durbetaki, Georgia Institute of Technology 48. "The Effect of Post-Flame Temperature and Oxygen Supply on the Production of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) Emitted from Hydrocarbon Diffusion Flames," M. P. Tolocka, P. B. Richardson and J. H. Miller, The George Washington University 88. "The Influence of Radiation Heat Transfer on Catalytic Combustor Warm-Up," A. L. Boehman, The Pennsylvania State University
12 noon Adjourn Adjourn Adjourn

MONDAY, DECEMBER 9 - 1:30 pm
B. Invited Speaker - "Planar Laser-Induced-Fluorescence Imaging," P. H. Paul, Sandia National Laboratories

Time Session A-2
Ignition and Fires
Chair: M. A. Delichatsios,
Factory Mutual Research Corporation
Session B-2
Measurement Methods
Chair: M. B. Long,
Yale University
Session C-2
NOx
Chair: W. Tsang,
National Institute of Standards and Technology
2:30 pm 9. "Nd:YAG Laser Ignition of Jet A Vapor/Air Mixtures," Y.-C. Li, D. Zhou and M. Lavid, Energia, Inc. 49. "A Flow Reactor Study of 1-Methylnaphthalene Pyrolysis Using a New Condensed-Species Sampling Probe," C.J. Mikolajczak, M.J. Wornat, F.L. Dryer, O.B. Fringer, and T.J. Held, Princeton University 89. "Water Injection Effects on NOx Emissions for Engines Utilizing Nonpremixed Combustion," M. A. Psota and A. M. Mellor, Vanderbilt University
2:50 pm 10. "Radiatively Induced Ignition of PMMA in the Presence of Forced Convection," J. R. Koski, D. B. Coffin and P. Durbetaki, Georgia Institute of Technology 50. "Laser-Induced Incandescence: Excitation Intensity," R. L. Vander Wal, NASA Lewis Research Center; and K. A. Jensen, University of Illinois at Chicago 90. "Effect of Aromatics and Additives on Combustion and Emissions in an Optically Accessible DI Diesel Engine," D. P. Skrzycke and T. A. Litzinger, The Pennsylvania State University; D. T. Daly and R. E. Kornbrekke, Lubrizol Corporation
3:10 pm 11. "Ignition Behavior of Pulverized Coals," J. C. Chen, S. Musti and V. Kabadi, North Carolina A&T State University 51. "Quantitative Detection and Imaging of Soot Particles by Laser-Induced Incandescence," K. R. McManus, M. G. Allen and W. T. Rawlins, Physical Sciences Inc. 91. "Experimental Investigations of the Plasma DeNOx Process for NOx Control," K. Chess, S. C. Yao, Carnegie Mellon University; and A. Russell, Georgia Institute of Technology
3:30 pm Break Break Break
3:50 pm 12. "Smoke Visualization of the Gas-Phase Flow During Flame Spread over a Liquid Pool in the Pulsating Spread Regime," F. J. Miller, A. Mielke, J. Roncace and H. Ross, NASA Lewis Research Center 52. "Soot Diagnostics Based on Thermophoretic Particle Deposition," Ü. Ö. Köylü, Florida International University; C. S. McEnally, D. E. Rosner, and L. D. Pfefferle, Yale University 92. "Reduction Strategy for Nitric Oxide Formation Chemistry in a Laminar Methane/Air Diffusion Flamelet," M. A. T. Marro, M. A. Pivovarov and J. H. Miller, The George Washington University
4:10 pm 13. "Composite Material and Laminate Response to Heat Flux: Flame Spread Research and the GM Car Fire Program," I. S. Wichman and A. B. Oladipo, Michigan State University 53. "Quantitative Interpretation of Laser Scattering/Extinction Measurements in Soot-Laden Flames," Ü. Ö. Köylü, Florida International University 93. "Effects of Air-Side Versus Fuel-Side Diluent Addition on NOx Emissions From Laminar Diffusion Flames," J. J. Feese and S. R. Turns, The Pennsylvania State University
4:30 pm 14. "Flame Spread Processes Across Liquid Pools With a Low-Speed Opposed or Concurrent Air Flow," H. D. Ross and F. J. Miller, NASA Lewis Research Center 54. "Measurement of CO Isotopic Ratios in Combustion Using Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy," D. A. Hill, M. P. Tolocka and J. H. Miller, The George Washington University
92. "A Study of CN Formation Dependence on Equivalence Ratio and Temperature in Fuel-Rich Propane/Air Flames Doped with NO Using Degenerate Four-Wave Mixing," S. J. Tsay, K. G. Owens, K. W. Owens, K. W. Aniolek, D. L. Miller, and N. P. Cernansky, Drexel University
4:50 pm 15. "A Novel Device for Studying Flame Spread Over Thin Solid Fuel," P. V. Ferkul, Analex Corporation; J. S. T'ien, R. D. Pettegrew, Case Western Reserve University; and K. R. Sacksteder, NASA Lewis Research Center 55. "Investigations of the Signal Intensity and Background Noise in Tilted Backward Pump Degenerate Four-Wave Mixing," S. J. Tsay, K. G. Owens, K. W. Aniolek, D. L. Miller, and N. P. Cernansky, Drexel University 95. "Laser-Initiated NOx Reduction by NH3: Determination of Total Rate Constants and Product Branching Ratios for the NH2 + NOx Reaction," J. Park and M. C. Lin, Emory University
5:10 pm 16. "A Model for Estimating Combustion Product Composition in Compartment Fires," B. Y. Lattimer and B. Ganeshan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 56. "One- and Two-Point Temperature Measurements with Compensated Thermocouples," D. Rog and F.C. Gouldin, Cornell University 96. "NH2 + NH2 Recombination and Reactions of 1H2NN," J. W. Bozzelli and A. M. Dean, Exxon Research and Engineering Company
5:30 pm 17. "A Radiative Transport Model for Large Eddy Fire Simulations," H. R. Baum and W. E. Mell, National Institute of Standards and Technology 57. "Acetone LIF Flow Visualization Diagnostics for Use in Supersonic Reacting Flows," R. A. Bryant, J. M. Donbar and J. F. Driscoll, University of Michigan 97. "Theoretical Study of the NH2 + C2H2 Reaction," L. V. Moskaleva and M. C. Lin, Emory University
5:50 pm Adjourn Adjourn Adjourn

6:00 pm - Reception

7:00 pm - Executive Committee Meeting


TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10 - 8:00 am
C. Invited Speaker - "Computational Combustion - Different Perspectives," K. Kailasanath, Naval Research Laboratory

Time Session A-3
Fire Extinction and Inhibition
Chair: W. L. Grosshandler,
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Session B-3
Combustion Modeling I
Chair: K. Kailasanath,
Naval Research Laboratory
Session C-3
Chemical Kinetics: Inferring Mechanisms
Chair: E. R. Ritter,
Villanova University
9:00 am 18. "Refrigerant Flammability: A New Application of the Opposed-Flow Burner," C. Womeldorf, W. L. Grosshandler and M. King, National Institute of Standards and Technology 58. "Simulation of Coal Gasification in a Fluidized Bed," M. Syamlal, EG&G Washington Analytical Services Center Inc.; T. J. O'Brien, Morgantown Energy Technology Center 98. "A New Technique for Detailed Mechanism Reduction," R. H. Aglave, M. V. Kantak and R. P. Hesketh, University of Tulsa
9:20 am 19. "The Effect of Fluorinated Propanes on the Extinction of Methane-Air Counterflow Diffusion Flames," B. A. Williams, P. Papas, J. W. Fleming and R. S. Sheinson, Naval Research Laboratory 59. "Optimized Air Staged Injection for the Oxidation of Low Calorific Value Gases," R. S. Gemmen, Morgantown Energy Technology Center 99. "Non-Arrhenius Reaction Rates in Pyrolysis," A. E. S. Green, J. P. Mullin and R. T. Pearce, University of Florida
9:40 am 20. "Chemical Limits to Flame Inhibition," V. Babushok, W. Tsang, G. T. Linteris, and D. Reinelt, National Institute of Standards and Technology 60. "Modeling Combustion and Flyash Production in a Pulverized-Coal-Fired Furnace," K. Chandratre, B. Farouk, Drexel University; W. Fuchs, Pittsburgh Energy Technology Center 100. "Diffusion Coefficient of Hydrogen Atom for Combustion Modeling," H. Wang and C. K. Law, Princeton University
10:00 am 21. "Optical Diagnostics of Fluorinated Intermediates in Low-Pressure Flames Suppressed by Hydrofluorocarbons," D. L'Espérance, B. A. Williams and J. W. Fleming, Naval Research Laboratory 61. "Application of Continuation Methods to Soot Formation in Counterflow Diffusion Flames," M. D. Smooke, Yale University; R. J. Hall, M. B. Colket, United Technologies Research Center 101. "Modeling of Chromium Combustion in Incineration," O. E. Kashireninov and A. Fontijn, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
10:20 am Break Break Break
10:40 am 22. "Numerical Study of the Inhibition of Premixed and Diffusion Flames by Iron Pentacarbonyl," D. Reinelt, G. T. Linteris and V. Babushok, National Institute of Standards and Technology 62. "Application of a Non-Optically Thin Radiation Model to the Study of Low-Strain Laminar Counterflow Flames," C. Garcia, Ecole Centrale Paris; M. A. Tanoff, Mitchell D. Smooke, Yale University; and R. J. Hall, United Technologies Research Center 102. "The Oxidation of Toluene/n-Butane Blends," S. Klotz, K. Brezinsky and I. Glassman, Princeton University
11:00 am 23. "Water Mist Suppression of Methane-Air Diffusion Flames," K. Prasad, C. Li , K. Kailasanath, C. Ndubizu, R. Ananth and P. A. Tatem, Naval Research Laboratory 63. "An Asymptotic and Numerical Study of a General Correlation for the Markstein Length," C. J. Sun, L. He, and C. K. Law, Princeton University 103. "The Lean Oxidation of Iso-octane at Elevated Pressures," J.-S. Chen and T. A. Litzinger, The Pennsylvania State University
11:20 am 24. "The Dynamics of Water Droplets in a Counterflow Field and Its Effect on Flame Extinction," A. M. Lentati and H. K. Chelliah, University of Virginia 64. "Numerical Simulation of Accelerating Premixed Flames in Closed Tubes," U. Bielert, University of Michigan 104. "Initial Measurements from Reacting Flows of Hydrocarbons with Chlorine," G. E. Oulundsen and P. R. Westmoreland, University of Massachusetts Amherst
11:40 am 25. "Critical Conditions for Extinction and Transient Pyrolysis Decay in Solid Material Fires," M. A. Delichatsios, Factory Mutual Research Corporation; D.G. Vlachos, University of Massachusetts Amherst
65. "A Numerical Investigation of Asymmetric and Symmetric Fuel Injection in Whirl Flames," H. C. Gabler, R. Yetter and I. Glassman, Princeton University 105. "Identification of Phosphorus-Containing Species in Samples from a Premixed CH4/O2/N2 Flame Doped with Dimethyl Methylphosphonate," D. C. Rapp, M. F. M. Nogueira, E. M. Fisher and F. C. Gouldin, Cornell University
12 noon Adjourn Adjourn Adjourn

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10 - 1:30 pm
D. Invited Speaker - "Bridging the Gap between Single-Droplet Burning and Practical Spray Flames," A. Gomez, Yale University

Time Session A-4
Droplets, Sprays, and Emulsions
Chair: A. Gomez,
Yale University
Session B-4
Combustion Modeling II
Chair: W. L. Roberts,
North Carolina State University
Session C-4
Chemical Kinetics: Models vs. Data
Chair: E. M. Fisher,
Cornell University
2:30 pm 26. "Radiative Effects in Space-Based Methanol/Water Droplet Combustion Experiments," A. J. Marchese, Rowan College of New Jersey; and F. L. Dryer, Princeton University 66. "Simulation of Local Quenching in a Methane-Air Jet Diffusion Flame," V. R. Katta, K. Y. Hsu, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.; and W. M. Roquemore, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base 106. "Measured and Predicted Properties of Wet Carbon-Monoxide/Air Flames," M. I. Hassan, K. T. Aung and G. M. Faeth, University of Michigan
2:50 pm 27. "Droplet Combustion in a Low-Reynolds-Number Flow Environment," J. C. Lee, A. G. Tomboulides, A. J. Marchese, R. A. Yetter, F. L. Dryer and S. A. Orszag, Princeton University 67. "A Further Analysis of the Stabilizing Region of Methane Jet Diffusion Flames," F. Takahashi, University of Dayton Research Institute; and V. R. Katta, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc. 107. "Explosion Limit Behavior of Dilute Hydrogen-Oxygen Mixtures from 0.3 to 3.0 atm and 850 to 950 K," M. A. Mueller, R. A. Yetter and F. L. Dryer, Princeton University
3:10 pm 28. "Turbulence Effects on the Vaporization and Burning of Fuel Droplets," M. Birouk, B. Mesli, C. Chauveau and I. Gökalp, CNRS-LCSR Orleans
68. "Diffusion Flame Attachment Near Cold, Chemically Inert Surfaces: Theory and Experiment," I. S. Wichman, Michigan State University 108. "The Influence of Vinyl Oxidation on the Calculated Structure of Premixed CH4/O2/Ar Flames," M. Balthasar and F. Mauss, Lund Institute of Technology
3:30 pm Break Break Break
3:50 pm 29. "Effect of Fuel Velocity Modulation on Atomization and Combustion," C. A. Cook, S. R. Charagundla, C. Presser, National Institute of Standards & Technology; J. L. Dressler, Fluid Jet Associates; and A. K. Gupta, University of Maryland 69. "Numerical Simulation of Axisymmetric Bluff-Body Stabilized Flames Using Eddy Viscosity - Transport Turbulence Models," C. J. Roy, J. R. Edwards and D. S. McRae, North Carolina State University 109. "MBMS Analysis of a Fuel-Lean Ethylene Flame," A. Bhargava and P. R. Westmoreland, University of Massachusetts Amherst
4:10 pm 30. "Similitude Features of Swirl Coaxial Rocket Injector Sprays," S. A. Rahman, S. Pal and R.J. Santoro, The Pennsylvania State University 70. "Analytical and Numerical Studies of the Heat-Loss Zone in a Diffusion Flame Produced by Soot," I. S. Wichman and A. Ray, Michigan State University 110. "Comparison of Measured and Computed Concentration of Excited-State CH in an Axisymmetric Laminar Diffusion Flame," K. T. Walsh, M. B. Long, M. Tanoff, and M. D. Smooke, Yale University
4:30 pm 31. "Hydrodynamic Instability of Liquid-Propellant Combustion at Normal and Reduced Gravity," S. B. Margolis, Sandia National Laboratories 71. "Comparison of Different Radiation Treatments for One-Dimensional Diffusion Flame," H. Bedir, J. S. T'ien, Case Western Reserve University; and H. S. Lee, NASA Lewis Research Center 111. "Structure and State Relationships of Laminar Soot-Free Hydrocarbon-Fueled Diffusion Flames," K.-C. Lin and G. M. Faeth, University of Michigan
4:50 pm 32. "A Method for Assessing the Optimal Quality of Water-Heavy Fuel Oil Emulsions by using Combustion Graphology," V. V. Ghia and A. Colibaba-Evulet, Institute for Thermal Engines, Bucharest ROMANIA 72. "The Effects of Radiation on Stretched Flames," J. Buckmaster, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 112. "A Spark-Ignited-Engine and Flow-Reactor Study of the Effect of an Organic Fuel Additive on Hydrocarbon Emissions," D. L. Eccles, T. A. Litzinger, J.-S. Chen, The Pennsylvania State University; W. Studzinski, Texaco
5:10 pm Adjourn Adjourn 113. "Laminar Flame Speeds and Oxidation Kinetics of Dichloromethane and Trichloromethane," J. C. Leylegian, H. Wang, D. L. Zhu and C. K. Law, Princeton University

5:30 pm - General Business Meeting (All members are invited.)

6:00 pm - Reception and Banquet


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11 - 8:00 am
E. Invited Speaker - "Understanding and Controlling Particle Growth," M. R. Zachariah, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Time Session A-5
Turbulence Phenomena
Chair: R. J. Santoro,
The Pennsylvania State University
Session B-5
Heterogeneous Processing
Chair: M. R. Zachariah,
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Session C-5
Chemical Kinetics: Elementary Reactions
Chair: A. M. Dean,
Exxon Research and Engineering Company
9:00 am 33. "Buoyancy Effects on the Structure of Turbulence in Nonpremixed Flames," O. Boratav, S. Elghobashi, and R. Zhong, UC-Irvine 73. "Characterization of a Continuous Self-Sustaining Flame Process for Producing Silica Particles," S. A. Danczyk and M. S. Wooldridge, Texas A&M University 114. "Wide-Temperature Range Studies of BO and BO2 Reactions," D. P. Belyung, G. T. Dalakos, Q. Zhang, J. R. Rocha and A. Fontijn, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
9:20 am 34. "Behavior of Periodically Forced Buoyant Plumes of Helium," B. M. Cetegen and J. McTeague, University of Connecticut 74. "Evaluation of Sintering Characteristic Time From In-Situ Light Scattering Measurements: Nanosized Titania Processed In a Flame Reactor," G. Yang and P. Biswas, University of Cincinnati 115. "Experimental Flow Tube Study on Pyrolysis of 2-Chloro-1,1,1-Trifluoroethane," R. P. Salmon and E. R. Ritter, Villanova University
9:40 am 35. "Unsteady Diffusion Flames in Microgravity," U. Hegde, NYMA Inc.; D. P. Stocker, NASA Lewis Research Center; M. Y. Bahadori, Science Applications International Corporation 75. "Capture of Mercury in Combustion Environments by In-Situ Generated Titania Particles with UV Radiation," C.-Y. Wu, University of Cincinnati; G. Tyree, E. Arar, Morehead State University; and P. Biswas, University of Cincinnati 116. "Pyrolysis of Triethyl Phosphate and Diisopropyl Methylphosphonate," E. J. P. Zegers and E. M. Fisher, Cornell University
10:00 am 36. "Measurements of Flame Flicker Under Different Gravitational Levels," M.Y. Bahadori, L. Zhou, Science Applications International Corporation; D.P. Stocker, NASA Lewis Research Center; U. Hegde, NYMA Inc. 76. "Studies on the Burning of Levitated Aluminum Particles: Effects of Variable CO2 Concentration under High Pressure," M. Marion, F. Gonthier, C. Chauveau and I. Gökalp, CNRS-LCSR Orleans 117. "Pathways for the Decomposition of 1-Hexyl Radicals," W. Tsang, J. A. Walker and J. A. Manion, National Institute of Standards and Technology
10:20 am Break Break Break
10:40 am 37. "Interaction of Normal Shock Waves with Non-Uniform-Density Turbulent Axisymmetric Jets," J. C. Hermanson, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; B. Berger and B. M. Cetegen, University of Connecticut 77. "Study Of Laser-Assisted Combustion Of Nitramine Propellants," G. Kudva, C.-J. Tang, Y. J. Lee and T. A. Litzinger, The Pennsylvania State University 118. "Thermochemical Kinetic Analysis on the Reaction of Allylic Isobutenyl Radical with O2: An Elementary Reaction Mechanism for Isobutene Oxidation," C.-J. Chen and J. W. Bozzelli, New Jersey Institute of Technology
11:00 am 38. "PDF Calculations of Non-Premixed CH4 Flames with Detailed Kinetics," V. Saxena and S. B. Pope, Cornell University 78. "A Study of the Combustion Response of the HMX Monopropellant to Sinusoidal Laser Heating," C.-J. Tang, G. Kudva, Y. J. Lee and T. A. Litzinger, The Pennsylvania State University 119. "Ethylene + OH, Dimethylether Radical + O2, and the Respective Adduct Radical + O2 Reactions," T. Yamada, J. W. Bozzelli and T. Lay, New Jersey Institute of Technology
11:20 am 39. "PIV Images of Vortices Passing Through Flames and the Resulting Attenuation and Generation of Vorticity," C. J. Mueller, J. F. Driscoll, University of Michigan; D. L. Reuss and M. C. Drake, General Motors Research and Development
79. "Ignition and Combustion of Boron Particles in Fluorine-Containing System," W. Zhou, R. A. Yetter, F. L. Dryer and H. Rabitz, Princeton University; R. C. Brown and C. E. Kolb, Aerodyne Research 120. "A Single-Pulse Shock Tube Study of Hydrogen Atom Attack on Biphenyl," J. A. Manion and W. Tsang, National Institute of Standards and Technology
11:40 am 40. "The Influence of Unsteady Stretch on Premixed Flame Kernel Growth," D. A. Eichenberger and W. L. Roberts, North Carolina State University 80. "Thermal Decomposition of BAMO," Y. J. Lee, C.-J. Tang, G. Kudva and T. A. Litzinger, The Pennsylvania State University 121. "Absolute Rate Constant for the Recombination of Phenyl Radicals," J. Park and M.C. Lin, Emory University
12 noon Adjourn meeting Adjourn meeting Adjourn meeting

Last update: October 24, 1996.