JOINT MEETING OF THE US SECTIONS OF
THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE

Technical Program

 


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Sessions Overview

Monday A.M., March 15, 1999

8:15 AM  Keynote Speaker: Ernest Moniz, Undersecretary of Energy

Kinetics I: Flow Reactor Studies

Turbulent Combustion I: Experiments

Droplets and Spray Combustion

Ignition and Detonation

Monday P.M., March 15, 1999

Kinetics II: Fundamental Studies

Diagnostics

Engines: SI and Diesel

Practical Combustion I

Monday Evening, March 15, 1999

Poster Session

Tuesday A.M., March 16, 1999

8:00 AM  Invited Speaker: "Potential Benefits of Direct Injected Engines," R. J. Tabaczynski, Director of Power Train and Vehicle Research Laboratory, Ford Motor Company

New Modeling Methods

Microgravity Combustion I

Turbulent Combustion II: Modeling

Fire

Tuesday P.M., March 16, 1999

1:30 PM  Invited Speaker: "An Alchemist's View of Diffusion Flames," K. C. Smyth, Visiting Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Laminar Flames I

Aromatics and Soot I: Experimental Techniques and Properties

Inhibition and Suppression

Combustion-Related Phenomena

Wednesday A.M., March 17, 1999

8:00 AM  Invited Speaker: "Incorporating Microscopic Information in Macroscopic Fire Simulations," P. J. Smith, Professor, The University of Utah

Kinetics III: Experimental Studies

Microgravity Combustion II

Aromatics and Soot II: Measurements and Modeling

Energetic Materials

Wednesday P.M., March 17, 1999

Reaction-Based Modeling

Laminar Flames II

Combustion of Solids

Practical Combustion II

 

Program Details

Sunday, March 14, 1999 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Registration and Reception

Monday, March 15, 1999 8:00 AM Welcoming Remarks

8:15 AM I. Keynote Speaker: Ernest Moniz, Undersecretary of Energy

 

Session A-1: Kinetics I: Flow Reactor Studies
9:00 1. "Pyrolysis and Oxidation of Methanol/Methane Mixtures: Experimental and Detailed Pressure Dependent Reaction Model," W.-C. Ing, C. Sheng, and J. W. Bozzelli, New Jersey Institute of Technology
9:20 2. "The Pyrolysis and Oxidation of Propene in Flow Reactor," S. G. Davis and C. K. Law, Princeton University; H. Wang, University of Delaware
9:40   Break
10:10 3. "A Detailed Modeling Study of Neopentane Oxidation," H. J. Curran, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
10:30 4. "Experimental and Modeling Study of the Thermal and Photothermal Destruction of CH2Cl2 in Air, H2 and Air/H2," M. Teytelboym, Y. Tan, and M. Lavid, Energia, Inc.
10:50 5. "Flow Reactor Studies of Moist CO Oxidation with Trace Quantities of NO and SO2," M. A. Mueller, R. A. Yetter, and F. L. Dryer, Princeton University
11:10 6. "Experimental Study of the Thermal and Photothermal Destruction of Trichloroethylene in a Flow Reactor," Y. Yan, M. Teytelboym, and M. Lavid, Energia, Inc.
11:30 7. "Copper-Catalyzed Chlorination and Condensation of Acetylene and Dichloroacetylene," A. Wehrmeier and D. Lenoir, GSF-National Research Center for Environment and Health - Germany; S. S. Sidhu and P. H. Taylor, University of Dayton Research Institute
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

Session B-1: Turbulent Combustion I: Experiments
9:00 8. PAPER WITHDRAWN
9:20 9. "Simultaneous Rayleigh and CH-PLIF Measurements in a Lifted CH4-Air Non-Premixed Flame," K. A. Watson and K. M. Lyons, North Carolina State University; C. D. Carter, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.; J. M. Donbar, Air Force Research Laboratory
9:40   Break
10:10 10. "Structure of the Reaction Zones Within Turbulent Nonpremixed Jet Flames - from CH-OH PLIF and PIV Images," J. M. Donbar, Air Force Research Laboratory; J. F. Driscoll, University of Michigan; C. D. Carter, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.
10:30 11. "Observation of Integral Length Scales of Soot Particles, OH Radicals and PAH in Turbulent Diffusion Flames," S.-Y. Lee and R. J. Santoro, Pennsylvania State University
10:50 12. "Quantitative Hydroxyl-Concentration Time-Series Measurements in Turbulent Diffusion Flames," M. W. Renfro, G. B. King, and N. M. Laurendeau, Purdue University
11:10 13. "Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence Images of Supersonic Flame Structure," R. A. Bryant and J. F. Driscoll, University of Michigan
11:30 14. "Premixed Turbulent Flame Structures in Moderate and Intense Isotropic Turbulence," R. K. Cheng, I. G. Shepherd, B. Bedat, and L. Talbot, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

Session C-1: Droplets and Spray Combustion
9:00 15. "Droplet Breakup in a High Intensity Acoustic Field," B. Bruno and D. Santavicca, Pennsylvania State University
9:20 16. "An Evaluation of a Virtual Liquid Source (VLS) Model for Vaporizing Diesel Sprays," J. Abraham, Purdue University; V. Magi, University of Basilicata, Potenza, Italy
9:40   Break
10:10 17. "A Multicomponent Droplet Preferential Vaporization Model for Spray Computations," Y. Zeng and C.-F. Lee, University of Illinois, Urbana
10:30 18. "Spacing Considerations in Droplet Stream Flames," R. Dimalanta, Jr., and D. Dunn-Rankin, University of California, Irvine
10:50 19. "Numerical Modeling of Droplet-Flame Interaction," L. P. Chin and V. R. Katta, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.
11:10 20. "Flame Transition in Droplet Combustion," G. Gogos and D. N. Pope, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
11:30 21. "A Comparison of the Interaction of Laminar Vortices with Either Gaseous or Spray Counterflow Diffusion Flames," V. S. Santoro, D. C. Kyritsis, and A. Gomez, Yale University
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

Session D-1: Ignition and Detonation
9:00 22. "Computational Modeling of Propane Ignition Delays," Z. Qin, V. V. Lissianski, H.-X. Yang, and W. C. Gardiner, University of Texas, Austin
9:20 23. "Jet-A Fuel Vapor Ignition Limits in a Constant Volume Chamber," T.-W. Lee, S. Kozola, R. E. Peck, and V. Jain, Arizona State University
9:40   Break
10:10 24. "Laser Ignition of Gaseous Oxygen/Liquid Ethanol Sprays," B. F. Gajdeczko, P. G. Felton, and F. L. Dryer, Princeton University; M. Lavid, Energia, Inc.
10:30 25. "Laser-Induced Spark Ignition of CH4-Air Mixture," T. X. Phuoc and F. White, Federal Energy Technology Center
10:50 26. "Shock Tube Ignition Time Measurements for n-Heptane/Oxygen/Argon Mixtures With and Without Additives," D. F. Davidson, Stanford University; B. Hitch, TDA Research, Inc.; D. C. Horning and R. K. Hanson, Stanford University
11:10 27. "On Zeldovich's Criteria for the Initiation of a Detonation," M. Short, University of Illinois, Urbana
11:30 28. "The Multi-Dimensional Stability of Weak Heat Release Detonations," M. Short and D. S. Stewart, University of Illinois, Urbana
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

Monday, March 15, 1999 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM First Period For Poster Session Authors To Be Present

 

Session A-2: Kinetics II: Fundamental Studies
1:30 29. "Predicting Kinetics of Gas-Phase Polyatomic Reactions from First Principles: A Practical Direct Ab Initio Dynamics Methodology," T. N. Truong, University of Utah
1:50 30. "Thermal Decomposition of Quinoline and Isoquinoline. Experimental Results and Computer Modeling," A. Laskin and A. Lifshitz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2:10 31. "Hydrogen Migration in the Ethenyl-Benzene Radical," N. W. Moriarty, University of California, Berkeley; N. J. Brown, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory; M. Frenklach, University of California, Berkeley
2:30 32. "On Initiation Reactions of Acetylene Oxidation in Shock Tubes, A Kinetic Modeling and Quantum Mechanical Study," A. Laskin and H. Wang, University of Delaware
2:50 33. "Sensitivity of the CO + OH Rate Constant in Modeling a Lean Ethylene Flame," T. Carričre, A. Bhargava, and P. R. Westmoreland, University of Massachusetts
3:10   Break
3:40 34. "A Theoretical Study of the Chemically Activated Reactions on the C3H5 Potential Energy Surface," S. G. Davis and C. K. Law, Princeton University; H. Wang, University of Delaware
4:00 35. "Comparison of QRRK Rate Estimations with RRKM for Two Chemical Activation Reaction Systems: C2H3 + O2 and NH2 + NO," J. W. Bozzelli, New Jersey Institute of Technology; A. Y. Chang, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; A. M. Dean, Exxon
4:20 36. "Kinetic and Thermodynamic Properties for HO2 Addition to Ethylene, Propene and Isobutene Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds," C.-J. Chen and J. W. Bozzelli, New Jersey Institute of Technology
4:40 37. "Thermochemical and Kinetic Analysis on Acetyl Radicals Reactions with O2C.H2CHO + O2 Ţ Products and CH3C.O +O2 Ţ Products," J. Lee, C.-J. Chen, X. Zhong, and J. W. Bozzelli, New Jersey Institute of Technology
5:00 38. "Thermochemistry and Kinetics of the Reaction of 1-Methylallyl Radicals with Molecular Oxygen," V. D. Knyazev and I. R. Slagle, Catholic University of America
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session B-2: Diagnostics
1:30 39. "Water Vapor 193 nm Photodissociation for High Temperature Flow Tagging Velocimetry," J. A. Wehrmeyer, L. A. Ribarov, D. A. Oguss, and R. W. Pitz, Vanderbilt University
1:50 40. "Experimental Determination of Temperature Using H2 Rotational Raman Spectroscopy," S. Yeralan, P. A. DeBarber, and M. S. Brown, MetroLaser, Inc.; J. A. Wehrmeyer and R. W. Pitz, Vanderbilt University
2:10 41. "Experimental Evaluation of Polarization Spectroscopy for Measurement of Minor Species Number Density," T. A. Reichardt and W. C. Giancola, University of Illinois, Urbana; R. P. Lucht, Texas A&M University
2:30 42. "Detection of Vinyl Radical by Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy: The (A2A" ® X2A') Spectrum Between 530 and 415 nm," C. D. Pibel, American University; A. McIlroy and C. A. Taatjes, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore; S. Alfred, K. Patrick, and J. B. Halpern, Howard University
2:50 43. "Applications of Higher Order Harmonics in TDLAS Wavelength Modulation Spectroscopy Using Near and Mid Infrared Diode Lasers in Combustion Systems," K. A. Gordon, G. Souza, and J. H. Miller, George Washington University
3:10   Break
3:40 44. "Laser-Induced Incandescence Applied to Metal Nanostructures," R. L. Vander Wal, NASA Lewis Research Center; T. M. Ticich, and J. R. West, Jr., Centenary College of Louisiana
4:00 45. "Monitoring Radical Intermediates in Low Pressure Flame Synthesis of Alumina and Titania Nanopowders," A. Colibaba-Evulet, Rutgers University; A. Singhal, Nanopowder Enterprises, Inc.; N. Glumac, Rutgers University
4:20 46. "Thin Filament Spectral Pyrometry for Flame Temperature Measurements," J. Ji, Y. R. Sivathanu, and J. P. Gore, Purdue University
4:40 47. "Verification of Extractive NO Measurement by in situ UV Absorption Measurement," J. J. Scire, Jr., R. A. Yetter, and F. L. Dryer, Princeton University
5:00 48. "Sensors for Measuring Primary Zone Equivalence Ratio in Lean, Premixed, Gas Turbine Combusters," S. A. Miller, R. V. Bandaru, J.-G. Lee, and D. A. Santavicca, Pennsylvania State University
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session C-2: Engines: SI and Diesel
1:30 49. "A Comparison of the Use of Constant or Variable Properties in a Thermodynamic Engine Cycle Simulation for a Spark-Ignition Engine," J. A. Caton, Texas A&M University
1:50 50. "An Evaluation of Time-Resolved Thermodynamic Properties for a Spark-Ignition Engine Using a Thermodynamic Cycle Simulation," J. A. Caton, Texas A&M University
2:10 51. "Measurements of Flamelet Surface Normals in an Optical SI Engine by Crossed-Plane Imaging," D. A. Knaus and F. C. Gouldin, Cornell University; P. C. Hinze and P. C. Miles, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore
2:30 52. "Repeating Cyclic Variability Patterns in Spark Ignition Engines," R. M. Wagner and J. A. Drallmeier, University of Missouri-Rolla; C. S. Daw and J. B. Green, Jr., Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2:50 53. "An Experimental Investigation of Combustion in a Direct-Injected Natural Gas Engine," G. C. Martin, T. J. Schmid, R. E. Coverdill, R. P. Lucht, and J. E. Peters, University of Illinois, Urbana
3:10   Break
3:40 54. "A Comparison of Fuel Distribution and Combustion during Engine Start-Up for Three Fuel Injection Systems," S. Lee, Pennsylvania State University; J. McGee, Ford Motor Company; B. D. Quay and D. A. Santavicca, Pennsylvania State University
4:00 55. "A Discussion on the Entrainment Characteristics of Combusting Gas Jets Under Diesel Conditions," V. Iyer, S. Post, and J. Abraham, Purdue University
4:20 56. "Modeling the Liquid Penetration in Diesel Sprays," S. Post and J. Abraham, Purdue University
4:40 57. "Modeling Autoignition in Direct-Injection Diesel Engines," P. Schihl, U. S. Army TACOM; A. Atreya, University of Michigan; W. Bryzik, U. S. Army TACOM
5:00 58. "Modeling Diesel Combustion Using a Flamelet Approach," G. Venkatesh and J. Abraham, Purdue University; V. Magi, University of Basilicata, Potenza, Italy
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session D-2: Practical Combustion I
1:30 59. "Extinction and Ignition of Hydrocarbon Fuels," R. Seiser, D. Trees, H. Pitsch, and K. Seshadri, University of California, San Diego
1:50 60. "Sources of Heat Release Fluctuation During Unstable Combustion in a Lean Premixed Dump Combustor," K. K. Venkataraman, L. H. Preston, D. W. Simons, B. J. Lee, J. G. Lee, and D. A. Santavicca, Pennsylvania State University
2:10 61. "An Investigation of the Effect of Finite-Rate Mixing in Natural Gas Reburning Using a Simple Integral Jet Model," C. M. Cha and J. C. Kramlich, University of Washington
2:30 62. "Suppression of Combustion Instability Near the Lean Blowout Limit (L.B.O.L.) Using Secondary Fuel Injections ," J. G. Lee, K. Kim, and D. A. Santavicca, Pennsylvania State University
2:50 63. "Concentration Measurements in a Fuel-Air Mixing Module for Lean, Premixed, Low-Emissions Gas Turbine Combustors," D. D. Thomsen, R. V. Ravikrishna, C. S. Cooper, Y. Jiang, and N. M. Laurendeau, Purdue University
3:10   Break
3:40 64. "Laser-Induced Fluorescence Measurements of Nitric Oxide in High-Pressure Counterflow Diffusion Flames," R. V. Ravikrishna and N. M. Laurendeau, Purdue University
4:00 65. "Effects of the Degree of Premixing on Combustion Instabilities in a Model Gas Turbine Combustor," S. Seo, S.-Y. Lee, J.-C. Broda, and R. J. Santoro, Pennsylvania State University
4:20 66. "Role of Humidity and Unmixedness of NOx Generated in a Gas Turbine," A. Bhargava, M. Colket, F. Robson, B. Knight, A. Jennings, and W. Sowa, United Technologies Research Center
4:40 67. "Experimental Studies of the RBCC Rocket-Ejector Mode," M. K. Lehman, S. Pal, and R. J. Santoro, Pennsylvania State University
5:00 68. "Development of a Pulse Detonation Research Engine," R. A. Anthenien, F. R. Schauer, J. S. Stutrud, and C. W. Frayne, Air Force Research Laboratory; R. P. Bradley, L. P. Chen, and V. R. Katta, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.
5:20   Adjourn

Monday, March 15, 1999 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Reception and Second Period For Poster Session -- Authors To Be Present

69. "Comparative Analysis of Extractive Probes Verses In-Situ Elastic Light Scattering Applied to Particle Size Measurements for Combustion Synthesis," R. P. Earhart and T. E. Parker, Colorado School of Mines
70. "Evolution of Single-Phase and Droplet Laden Transitional Mixing Layers," R. S. Miller and J. Bellan, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
71. "Subcritical and Supercritical Droplet Evaporation within a Natural Convection Environment," G. Gogos and S. H. Soh, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
72. "Droplet Evaporation in Forced Convective High Pressure and High Temperature Environments," G. Gogos and H. Zhang, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
73. "Kinetic and Thermodynamic Analysis on OH Addition to Ethylene: Adduct Stabilization, Isomerization, and Isomer Dissociations," T. Yamada, J. W. Bozzelli, and T. H. Lay, New Jersey Institute of Technology
74. "Computational Codes to Assist in Determination of Thermodynamic Properties and Elementary Kinetic Parameters from Ab Initio and Density Function Calculations: Thermkin and SMCPS," C. Sheng and J. W. Bozzelli, New Jersey Institute of Technology; E. Ritter, Villanova University; A. M. Dean, Exxon
75. "Thermodynamic and Kinetic Analysis on C1 Atom Abstractions of Chlorine from Halocarbons and the Reverse Alkyl Abstractions: Cl. + RCl ¬ ® Cl2 + R.," J. W. Bozzelli and J. Lee, New Jersey Institute of Technology; J. P. Sawerysyn, University of Lille - France
76. "Thermodynamic Pathways and Kinetics Analysis on Methyl tert-Butyl Ether Oxidation," C.-J. Chen and J. W. Bozzelli, New Jersey Institute of Technology
77. "Molecular Weight Growth Pathways in Fuel-Rich Combustion: Analysis by Coupled Data Functions and Kinetics Modeling," D. F. Kronholm and J. B. Howard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
78. "Representing Detail Combustion Chemistry Using Neural Networks," N. Butuk, Prairie View A & M University
79. "A Preliminary Kinetic Model of Chromium in a Flame," S. Yu and I. M. Kennedy, University of California, Davis
80. "The Effects of Temperature on the Lean Oxidation of Iso-Octane," J.-S. Chen and T. A. Litzinger, Pennsylvania State University; H. J. Curran, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
81. "Development of a Reduced Mechanism for DME Combustion in a Small CIDI Engine Using ILDM and Neural Networks," Q. Liu, N. Butuk, I. Chang, Z. Huque, and P. Biney, Prairie View A & M University
82. "Postflame NO Formation in Partially Premixed Flames: Effects of Upstream Heat Loss," A. V. Mokhov and H. B. Levinsky, N. V. Nederlandse Gasunie
83 "Near-Extinction Instability Modes of Diffusion Flames," P. Papas and P. A. Monkewitz, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology; A. G. Tomboulides, Boston University
84. "Flame Shapes of Luminous Nonbuoyant Laminar Coflowing Jet Diffusion Flames," K.-C. Lin and G. M. Faeth, University of Michigan
85. "Experiments on the Instability Modes of Buoyant Diffusion Flames Burning in Air and Other Atmospheres," B. M. Cetegen and Y. Dong, University of Connecticut
86. "An Equivalence Principle for Heat Release Effects in Nonbuoyant Turbulent Shear Flows and Its Application to Turbulent Jet Flames," K. M. Tacina and W. J. A. Dahm, University of Michigan
87. "The Combustion Efficiency Jet Diffusion Flames in Cross-Flow," M. R. Johnson, O. Zastavniuk, J . D. Dale, and L. W. Kostiuk, University of Alberta
88. "Premixed-Gas Flame Propagation in Hele-Shaw Cells," J. Sharif, M. Abid, and P. D. Ronney, University of Southern California
89. "Effects of Buoyancy on the Flowfields of Lean Premixed Turbulent V-Flames," R. K. Cheng, B. Bedat, and D. T. Yegian, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; P. Greenberg, NASA Lewis Research Center
90. "Shock-Induced Turbulent Deflagration and Deflagration-to-Detonation Transition in Ethylene-Air and Acetylene-Air Mixtures," A. M. Khokhlov and E. S. Oran, Naval Research Laboratory; A. Y. Chtchelkanova, Berkeley Research Associates, Inc.
91. "The Regime of 'Intensely Wrinkled Nonpremixed Flames' - Images of the CH - OH Reaction Zones and Velocity Fields," A. Ratner, University of Michigan; J. M. Donbar, Air Force Research Laboratory; C. D. Carter, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.; J. F. Driscoll and W. J. A. Dahm, University of Michigan
92. "Experimental Study of Unsupported Nonane Fuel Droplet Combustion in Microgravity," B. J. Callahan, C. T. Avedisian, D. E. Hertzog, and J. W. Berkery, Cornell University
93. "Microgravity Burner-Generated Spherical Diffusion Flames," S. D. Tse, D. L. Zhu, L. He, C. J. Sung, and C. K. Law, Princeton University
94. "Unmixed Combustion: An Alternative to Fire ," R. K. Lyon and J. A. Cole, Energy and Environmental Research Corporation
95. "Three Dimensional CFD Calculations of 1.2 Gw Flare Plumes," B. W. Gerhold, Phillips Petroleum
96. "Numerical Simulation of a Liquid Waste Vortex Incinerator," T. Marino, Naval Surface Warfare Center; V. Motevalli, George Washington University
97. "Modeling of Time-Dependent Behavior of Particle Temperature and Burnout During Combustion of Pulverized Char Particles," D. Förtsch, University of Stuttgart; R. H. Essenhigh and H. E. Klimesh, Ohio State University; U. Schnell and K. R. G. Hein, University of Stuttgart
98. "High-Temperature Scavenging of Cesium and Strontium by Sorbents," J. M. Amos and J. O. L. Wendt, University of Arizona
99. "The Effect of Dimethyl Methylphosphonate on a Premixed CH4/O2/N2 Flame," M. F. M. Nogueira and E. M. Fisher, Cornell University
100. "Evaluation of Combustion of Plastics by a Pilot-Scale Incinerator," S. Thipse, R. S. Magee, and J. W. Bozzelli, New Jersey Institute of Technology
101. "Ignition Theory for a Porous Reactive Solid," A. M. Telengator, University of California, San Diego; S. B. Margolis, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore; F. A. Williams, University of California, San Diego
102. "Combustion Rates of Maple Wood Particles," A. Robinson, Carnegie Mellon University; M. Lunden, C. Shaddix, and L. Baxter, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore

 

Tuesday, March 16, 1999 8:00 AM I. Invited Speaker: "Potential Benefits of Direct Injected Engines," R. J. Tabaczynski, Director of Power Train and Vehicle Research Laboratory, Ford Motor Company

 

Session A-3: New Modeling Methods
9:00 103. "An Augmented Reduced Mechanism for Methane Oxidation with Global Parametric and Detailed Structure Validation," C. J. Sung, Case Western Reserve University; C. K. Law, Princeton University; J.-Y. Chen, University of California, Berkeley
9:20 104. "Molecular Dynamics Study of Radical Diffusion Coefficients," H. Wang, University of Delaware
9:40   Break
10:10 105. "Efficient Numerical Modeling of Flames with Detailed Kinetics, Time Splitting and Stiffness," H. N. Najm, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore; O. M. Knio, Johns Hopkins University; P. S. Wyckoff, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore
10:30 106. "Stiff ODE Integrators for Reacting Flow Simulations," D. R. Mott and E. S. Oran, Naval Research Laboratory; B. van Leer, University of Michigan
10:50 107. "PRISM: Piecewise Reusable Implementation of Solution Mapping. An Economical Strategy for Chemical Kinetics," S. R. Tonse, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory; N. W. Moriarty, University of California, Berkeley; N. J. Brown, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory; M. Frenklach, University of California, Berkeley
11:10 108. "Examination of the Low Mach Number Assumption in Axisymmetric Laminar Flames," B. A. V. Bennett and M. D. Smooke, Yale University
11:30 109. "Rate-Controlled Constrained-Equilibrium Method Applied to Formaldehyde-Oxygen Mixture," D. Hamiroune and M. Metghalchi, Northeastern University; J. C. Keck, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

 

Session B-3: Microgravity Combustion I
9:00 110. "Numerical Predictions of the Cell-Split Limit in Lean Premixed Hydrogen-Air Flames in Microgravity," G. Patnaik and K. Kailasanath, Naval Research Laboratory
9:20 111. "Diffusion Flame Tip Instabilities of a Wide Sample in Microgravity," L. Oravecz and I. Wichman, Michigan State University; S. Olson, NASA Lewis Research Center
9:40   Break
10:10 112. "Flow Considerations on the Stability of a Laminar Diffusion Flame in Micro-Gravity," T. Vietoris and P. Joulain, Laboratoire de Combustion et de Detonique - France; J. L. Torero, University of Maryland, College Park
10:30 113. "The Effects of Buoyancy and Dilution on the Structure and Lift-off of Coflow Laminar Diffusion Flames," K. T. Walsh, M. B. Long, and M. D. Smooke, Yale University
10:50 114. "Understanding Permanently-Blue Flames Through Microgravity Combustion Experiments," P. B. Sunderland, National Center for Microgravity Research; R. L. Axelbaum, Washington University; D. L. Urban, NASA Lewis Research Center
11:10 115. "The Effect of Velocity on the Extinction Behavior of a Diffusion Flame During Transient Depressurization," J. S. Goldmeer and D. L. Urban, NASA Lewis Research Center; J. T'ien, Case Western Reserve University
11:30 116. "Experiments on Diffusion Flame Structure of a Laminar Vortex Ring," S.-J. Chen and W. J. A. Dahm, University of Michigan
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

Session C-3: Turbulent Combustion II: Modeling
9:00 117. "Stretch Effects on Various Flame Speeds in Turbulent Premixed Hydrogen-Air System," J. H. Chen and H. G. Im, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore
9:20 118. "Probability Density Function/Monte Carlo Modeling of Piloted-Jet Non-Premixed Flames of Methane," J. Xu and S. B. Pope, Cornell University
9:40   Break
10:10 119. "A Consistent Hybrid Algorithm to Solve the Fully Joint PDF Transport Equation for Turbulent Reactive Flows," P. Jenny, S. B. Pope, M. Muradoglu, and D. A. Caughey, Cornell University
10:30 120. "Progress on a Data Library for Testing Turbulent Nonpremixed Combustion Models," R. S. Barlow, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore
10:50 121. "Vortex Dynamics and Combustion in Rectangular Propane Jets," K. Kailasanath and F. F. Grinstein, Naval Research Laboratory
11:10 122. "Computational Analysis of a Bluff-body Stabilized Flame with Complex Chemistry," C. J. Roy, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque; J. R. Edwards, North Carolina State University
11:30 123. "Simulation of Unsteady Turbulent Flames in Combustion Bombs," J. A. Hilditch, K. V. Tallio, and Nizar Trigui, Ford Motor Company
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

Session D-3: Fire
9:00 124. "Measurement of Velocity Field in a Buoyant Diffusion Flame," X. C. Zhou and J. P. Gore, Purdue University
9:20 125. "Numerical-Experimental Study of the Instabilities of Planar Buoyant Diffusion Flames," M. C. Soteriou and B. M. Cetegen, University of Connecticut
9:40   Break
10:10 126. "Simulations of Fire Whirls," F. Battaglia, K. B. McGrattan, R. G. Rehm, and H. R. Baum, NIST
10:30 127. "Modeling of Ignition, Transition and Steady Flame Spread Over Non-Isotropic Solid Polymers," G. Zheng, I. Wichman, and A. Bernard, Michigan State University
10:50 128. "Temperature Uncertainties for Bare-Bead and Aspirated Thermocouple Measurements in Fire Environments," W. M. Pitts, E. Braun, R. D. Peacock, H. E. Mitler, E. L. Johnsson, P. A. Reneke, and L. G. Blevins, NIST
11:10 129. "Halon Alternatives Technology Testing Results: Flammable Liquid Storerooms," A. Maranghides, Geo-Centers, Inc.; R. S. Sheinson and J. Cooke III, Naval Research Laboratory
11:30 130. "A Parametric Study of Water Mist Suppression of Pool Fires," C. C. Ndubizu, Geo-Centers, Inc.; R. Ananth and P. A. Tatem, Naval Research Laboratory; K. Prasad, Science Applications Corp.; C. Li and K. Kailasanath, Naval Research Laboratory
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

Tuesday, March 16, 1999 1:30 PM II. Invited Speaker: "An Alchemist's View of Diffusion Flames," K. C. Smyth, Visiting Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology

 

Session A-4: Laminar Flames I
2:30 131. "Buoyancy Effects on a Low Strain Counter-Flow Diffusion Flame," J. A. Sutula and S. N. Mehta, University of Maryland, College Park; O. A. Ezekoye, University of Texas, Austin; J. L. Torero, University of Maryland, College Park
2:50 132. "Experimental Studies of Vortex-Flame Interactions in an Opposed-Jet Burner," G. J. Fiechtner, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.; P.-H. Renard, Laboratoire d'Energetique Moleculaire et Macroscopique - France; C. D. Carter, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.; J. R. Gord and J. M. Donbar, Air Force Research Laboratory; J. C. Rolon, Laboratoire d'Energetique Moleculaire et Macroscopique - France
3:10   Break
3:40 133. "Contour Smoothing of Mixture Fraction Data Using Luminescence Images and Temperature Data," D. D. Myre, U. S. Naval Academy; R. R. Skaggs and J. H. Miller, George Washington University
4:00 134. "Experimental Study of Non-Fuel Hydrocarbon Concentrations in Coflowing Partially Premixed Methane/Air Flames," C. S. McEnally and L. D. Pfefferle, Yale University
4:20 135. "Lift Off and Blow Off Characteristics of Multiple Laminar Planar Jets in a Linear Array," S. T. Tillman, K. Annamalai, and J. A. Caton, Texas A&M University
4:40 136. "Flame Crossover in Partially Premixed Flames," H. P. Mungekar and A. Atreya, University of Michigan
5:00 137. "Temperature Measurements of Two-Dimensional Partially Premixed Methane-Air Flames Using Laser Holographic Interferometry," X. Xiao, C. W. Choi, and I. K. Puri, University of Illinois, Chicago
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session B-4: Aromatics and Soot I: Experimental Techniques and Properties
2:30 138. "Application of Microtrap for Rapid Benzene Analysis During Ethylene/Air Combustion," R. Brukh, R. B. Barat, and S. Mitra, New Jersey Institute of Technology
2:50 139. "Scavenging Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Radicals in Flames," T. G. Benish, A. L. Lafleur, and K. Taghizadeh, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A. Necula and L. T. Scott, Boston College; J. B. Howard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
3:10   Break
3:40 140. "Two-Laser Mass Spectrometric Measurements of Soot in Laminar Gas Jet Diffusion Flames," E. R. Fuoco, L. Hanley, and C. M. Megaridis, University of Illinois, Chicago
4:00 141. "Refractive Index Properties of Soot Emitted from Buoyant Turbulent Diffusion Flames," S. S. Krishnan, K.-C. Lin, and G. M. Faeth, University of Michigan
4:20 142. "When and How Can LII be Used to Determine Soot Aggregate Size Distributions?," A. V. Filippov, D. E. Rosner, and M. Kumar, Yale University
4:40 143. "Crystallogenesis of Particles Formed in Hydrocarbon Combustion," H. Chen, IBM; R. A. Dobbins, Brown University
5:00 144. "Fullerenic Carbon in Combustion-Generated Soot," W. J. Grieco, J. B. Howard, L. C. Rainey, and J. B. Vander Sande, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session C-4: Inhibition and Suppression
2:30 145 "Spectroscopic Studies of Inhibited Opposed Flow Propane/Air Flames," R. R. Skaggs, R. G. Daniel, A. W. Miziolek, and K. L. McNesby, U.S. Army Research Laboratory
2:50 146. "Measurements of Particle Formation in Flames Inhibited by Iron Pentacarbonyl," M. D. Rumminger and G. T. Linteris, NIST
3:10   Break
3:40 147. "Stabilization and Suppression of a Diffusion Flame Behind a Step," F. Takahashi and W. J. Schmoll, University of Dayton Research Institute; V. M. Belovich, Air Force Research Laboratory
4:00 148. "Influence of Phosphorus-Containing Additives on Methane Flame," V. Babushok and W. Tsang, NIST
4:20 149. "Binary CF3Br- and CHF3-Inert Flame Suppressants and Effect of Flame Temperature on Inhibition Effectiveness of CF3Br and CHF3," Y. Saso, Y. Ogawa, and N. Saito, National Research Institute of Fire and Disaster - Japan; H. Wang, University of Delaware
4:40 150. "2-H Heptafluoropropane Inhibition of Methane Flames: Validation of Kinetic Models," B. A. Williams, D. M. L'Esperance, and J. W. Fleming, Naval Research Laboratory
5:00 151. "A Numerical Study of Radiative Transport in Dense Water Mist," H. D. Ladouceur, Naval Research Laboratory
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session D-4: Combustion-Related Phenomena
2:30 152. "Effects of Feed Injection Parameters on Gasoline Yields in an FCC Riser," B. J. Bowman, C. Q. Zhou, Purdue University Calumet; S. A. Lottes and S. L. Chang, Argonne National Laboratory
2:50 153. "Flow of Granular Materials Due to Natural Convection," M. Massoudi and T. X. Phuoc, Federal Energy Technology Center
3:10   Break
3:40 154. "Time-Series Measurements of Mixture Fraction in the Near Field of a Turbulent Jet," A. Lakshmanarao, M. W. Renfro, G. B. King, and N. M. Laurendeau, Purdue University
4:00 155. "Large Eddy Simulations of a Nonreacting Bluff-Body Jet," R. O. S. Prasad and S. R. Mathur, Fluent, Inc.; M. Agrawal, Fluent India Pvt. Ltd.; E. S. Bish, Fluent, Inc.
4:20 156. "Computational Prediction of Acoustic Fields Due to Low Mach Number Shear Flows," M. Soteriou, University of Connecticut; S. A. Slimon, Electric Boat Corporation
4:40 157. "Multi-Spectral Shocklayer Radiance from a Hypersonic Slender Body," D. A. Levin, George Washington University; G. V. Candler, University of Minnesota; C. C. Limbaugh, Sverdrup Technology, Inc.
5:00 158. "Nonideal Effects Behind Reflected Shock Waves in a High-Pressure Shock Tube," E. L. Petersen, The Aerospace Corporation; R. K. Hanson, Stanford University
5:20   Adjourn

Tuesday, March 16, 1999 Banquet: Spirit of Washington Cruise, Pier 4, 6th and Water Streets on the Southwest DC Waterfront

Boarding Time: 6:30 PM

Departure Time: 7:00 PM

Return to Dock: 10:00 PM

Wednesday, March 17, 1999 8:00 AM III. Invited Speaker: "Incorporating Microscopic Information in Macroscopic Fire Simulations," P. J. Smith, Professor, The University of Utah

Session A-5: Kinetics III: Experimental Studies
9:00 159. "Shock Tube Study of the H+O2+M®HO2+M (M=Ar, N2, H2O) Reaction at Elevated Pressures for Temperatures Between 1050-1200K," R. W. Bates, R. K. Hanson, C. T. Bowman, and D. M. Golden, Stanford University
9:20 160. "Kinetics of the CH2CH2ClŰC2H4 + Cl Reaction," V. D. Knyazev, I. J. Kalinovski, and I. R. Slagle, Catholic University of America
9:40   Break
10:10 161. "Wide Temperature Range Studies of the Reaction Between Vinyl and Methyl Radicals in Gas Phase," S. I. Stoliarov, V. D. Knyazev, and I. R. Slagle, Catholic University of America
10:30 162. "Mechanistic Relationships Between CO Vacuum Ultraviolet and Visible Chemiluminescence. C2 + O2 and O + C2H2," M. Y. Randall, A. Fernandez, A. Goumri, P. E. Brock II, M. L. Nardone, and A. Fontijn, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
10:50 163. "Shock Tube Study of the Reaction NH2+NO®Products Using Frequency Modulation Detection of NH2: Product Branching Ratio and Overall Rate Coefficient," S. Song, M. Votsmeier, R. K. Hanson, C. T. Bowman, and D. M. Golden, Stanford University
11:10 164. "Kinetics of C6H5 Radical Reactions with 2-Methylpropane, 2,3-Dimethylbutane and 2,3,4-Trimethylpentane Studied by Cavity Ringdown Spectrometry," J. Park and M. C. Lin, Emory University
11:30 165. "Experimental and Theoretical Studies of C6H5 Radical Reaction with Toluene," J. Park, D. Chakraborty, D. M. Bhusari, and M. C. Lin, Emory University
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

Session B-5: Microgravity Combustion II
9:00 166. "Opposed-Flow Flame Spread Across Propanol Pools: Effect of Liquid Fuel Depth," I. Kim and W. A. Sirignano, University of California, Irvine
9:20 167. "Gravity Effects on a Steady Two-Dimensional Methane-Air Triple Flame," R. Azzoni, S. Ratti, S. K. Aggarwal, and I. K. Puri, University of Illinois, Chicago
9:40   Break
10:10 168. "Large Diameter, Radiative Extinction Experiments with Decane Droplets in Microgravity," J. Easton and J. T'ien, Case Western Reserve University; D. Dietrich, NASA Lewis Research Center
10:30 169. "Investigation of Sooting in Microgravity Droplet Combustion: Fuel-Dependent Effects," S. L. Manzello, M. Hua, and M. Y. Choi, University of Illinois at Chicago
10:50 170. "Interacting Droplet Combustion Under Conditions of Extinction," P. M. Struk, National Center for Microgravity Research; D. L. Dietrich, NASA Lewis Research Center; C. Sims, Vanderbilt University; B. Picot, University of North Carolina; K. Kitano, S. Honma, K. Ikeda, and M. Ikegami, Hokkaido National Industrial Research Institute - Japan
11:10 171. "Why Do µg Candle-Flames Oscillate?," J. Buckmaster and Y. Zhang, University of Illinois, Urbana
11:30 172. "A Method for Assessing Material Flammability for Micro-Gravity Environments," T. Steinhaus, S. M. Olenick, A. Sifuentes, R. T. Long, and J. L. Torero, University of Maryland, College Park
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

Session C-5: Aromatics and Soot II: Measurements and Modeling
9:00 173. "Scattering and Extinction Measurements in Sooty Laminar Methane Flames," H. P. Mungekar, D. Everest, and A. Atreya, University of Michigan
9:20 174. "Soot Formation in Counterflow Diffusion Flames Containing Chloromethane," J. C. Leylegian and C. K. Law, Princeton University; H. Wang, University of Delaware
9:40   Break
10:10 175. "Flow Field Effects on Soot Formation in Methane-Air Diffusion Flames," C. R. Kaplan and K. Kailasanath, Naval Research Laboratory
10:30 176. "Structure of the Soot Growth Region of Laminar Premixed Methane/Oxygen Flames," F. Xu and G. M. Faeth, University of Michigan
10:50 177. "Unsteady Flamelet Modeling of Soot Formation in Turbulent Diffusion Flames," H. Pitsch, University of California, San Diego
11:10 178. "Comparative Study on Turbulent Soot Models Using the Linear Eddy Model," J. Lim, J. P. Gore, and S. H. Frankel, Purdue University
11:30 179. "Radiation and Velocity Fields Induced by Localized Temperature Fluctuations," H. R. Baum and W. E. Mell, NIST
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

Session D-5: Energetic Materials
9:00 180. "Experimental and Numerical Study of Ammonium Perchlorate Counterflow Diffusion Flames," M. D. Smooke, Yale University; R. A. Yetter, Princeton University; T. P. Parr and D. M. Hanson-Parr, Naval Air Warfare Center; M. A. Tanoff, W. K. Kellogg Institute
9:20 181. "Non-Premixed Periodic Flames Relevant to Propellant Combustion," T. L. Jackson and J. Buckmaster, University of Illinois, Urbana
9:40   Break
10:10 182. "Pulsating Hydrodynamic Instability and Thermal Coupling Effects in a Dynamic Model of Liquid-Propellant Combustion," S. B. Margolis, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore
10:30 183. "The Effects of Time-Periodic Shear on a Diffusion Flame Anchored to a Propellant," J. Buckmaster and T. L. Jackson, University of Illinois, Urbana
10:50 184. "Discrete Approximations of Detonation Flows with Structured Detonation Reaction Zones by Discontinuous Front Models: A Program Burn Algorithm Based on Detonation Shock Dynamics," D. S. Stewart and T. L. Jackson, University of Illinois, Urbana
11:10 185. "Ignition Delay Times of Dark Zone Reactant Mixtures of Double Base and Nitramine Propellants," D. Trees and K. Seshadri, University of California, San Diego; W. R. Anderson and N. E. Meagher, U.S. Army Research Laboratory
11:30 186. "Spectroscopic Measurements During Energetic Material Combustion in Molten Salts," M. L. Pantoya and B. D. Shaw, University of California, Davis
11:50   Adjourn, Lunch

 

 

Session A-6: Reaction-Based Modeling
1:30 187. "Flammability of Diffusion Flames Near Surfaces," M. Gummalla, H. Bermudez, and D. G. Vlachos, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; M. A. Delichatsios, Renewable Resources Associates
1:50 188. "Detailed Surface Reaction Mechanisms for Methane Oxidation on Platinum," P. Aghalayam, Y. K. Park, and D. G. Vlachos, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
2:10 189. "Extinction in Opposing Jet Methane-Air Premixed Flames," V. R. Katta, Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc.; W. M. Roquemore, Air Force Research Laboratory
2:30 190. "Detailed Chemical Kinetic Modeling of a Near-Sooting, Premixed, 1,3-Butadiene Flame," N. M. Marinov, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
2:50 191. "Modeling NOx Chemistry and Heat Release in a Variety of Hydrocarbon Flames," J. Dong, G. P. Smith, J. B. Jeffries, and D. R. Crosley, SRI International
3:10   Break
3:40 192. "A Study of the Effects of Thermal Radiation on Methane/Air Counterflow Partially Premixed Flames by Using Detailed Chemical Kinetics," X. L. Zhu and T. Takeno, Nagoya University - Japan; J. P. Gore, Purdue University
4:00 193. "Modeling the Thermal De-NOx Process: Closing in on a Final Solution," J. A. Miller, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore; S. J. Klippenstein, Case Western Reserve University; P. Glarborg, Technical University of Denmark
4:20 194. "Kinetic Study of Biomass Reburning," V. V. Lissianski, V. M. Zamansky, and P. M. Maly, Energy and Environmental Research Corporation
4:40 195. "Simultaneous Oxidation of NO and Hydrocarbons in a Non-Thermal Plasma," W. J. Pitz, B. M. Penetrante, R. M. Brusasco, and G. E. Vogtlin, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
5:00 196. "A Numerical Study of Catalytic Converter Performance During the Federal Test Procedure," H. Shen, T. Shamim, and S. Sengupta, University of Michigan, Dearborn
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session B-6: Laminar Flames II
1:30 197. "An Analysis of Laminar, Lifted Non-Premixed Flames," S. Cheatham and E. S. Oran, Naval Research Laboratory
1:50 198. "Heat Loss Examination of Lifted Tribrachial Flames," R. Vance and I. S. Wichman, Michigan State University
2:10 199. "The Structure of Triple Flames Stabilized on a Slot Burner," S. Ratti, R. Azzoni, S. K. Aggarwal, and I. K. Puri, University of Illinois, Chicago
2:30 200. "Premixed Edge-Flames in Spatially-Varying Straining Flows," J.-B. Liu and P. D. Ronney, University of Southern California
2:50 201. "Laminar-Flame Instabilities in a Taylor-Couette Combustor," V. Vaezi and R. C. Aldredge, University of California, Davis
3:10   Break
3:40 202. "Modified Hydro-Thermo-Diffusive Theory of Laminar Counterflow Premixed Flames," O. Kurz and S. H. Sohrab, Northwestern University
4:00 203. "LIF Measurements of NO Concentration in Lean Counterflow Premixed Flames," D. D. Thomsen and N. M. Laurendeau, Purdue University
4:20 204. "On Curvature-Affected Pulsating Instability in Inwardly-Propagating Spherical Flame," C. J. Sung, Case Western Reserve University; C. J. Sun, Exxon; C. K. Law, Princeton University
4:40 205. "Effects of Stoichiometry on Stretched Premixed Flames," J. K. Bechtold, New Jersey Institute of Technology; M. Matalon, Northwestern University
5:00 206. "Cellular Instabilities, Sub-Limit Structures and Edge-Flames in Premixed Counterflows," J. Buckmaster and M. Short, University of Illinois, Urbana
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session C-6: Combustion of Solids
1:30 207. "High Pressure Pyrolysis of Coals in a Radiant Coal Flow Reactor," J. Cor, N. Manton, D. Eckstrom, and R. Malhotra, SRI International; S. Niksa, Niksa Energy Associates
1:50 208. "Modeling the Ignition Behavior of Pulverized Coals," J. C. Chen, Rowan University; J. Zheng, North Carolina A&T State University
2:10 209. "Predicting the Compositions of Fuels That Actually Burn in Pulverized Coal Flames," S. Niksa, Niksa Energy Associates
2:30 210. "The Combustion Kinetics of Residual Oil Coke," C. R. Shaddix, E. T. Johnson, and P. M. Walsh, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore
2:50 211. "Pyrolysis and Oxidation of Polymers in a Continuous Feed and Flow Reactor: I. Cellulose," B.-I. Park, J. W. Bozzelli, and M. R. Booty, New Jersey Institute of Technology
3:10   Break
3:40 212. "Pyrolysis and Oxidation of Polymers in a Continuous Feed and Flow Reactor: II. Polystyrene," B.-I. Park, J. W. Bozzelli, and M. R. Booty, New Jersey Institute of Technology
4:00 213. "Theoretical Analysis and an Analytical Approach to Char Combustion Problems in a Fixed Bed Biomass Reactor," B. Gemechu, University of Michigan; W. Blasiak, The Royal Institute of Technology - Sweden; A. Atreya, University of Michigan
4:20 214. "Teflon and Teflon/Al (Nanocrystalline) Decomposition Chemistry at High Pressures," L. J. Parker, H. D. Ladouceur, and T. P. Russell, Naval Research Laboratory
4:40 215. "Internal Heterogeneous Processes in Metal Combustion," E. L. Dreizin, The Titan Corp.
5:00 216. "A Pilot-Scale Incinerator for Evaluating the Combustion of Plastics," C. Sheng, S. Thipse, J. W. Bozzelli, M. R. Booty, and R. S. Magee, New Jersey Institute of Technology
5:20   Adjourn

 

Session D-6: Practical Combustion II
1:30 217. "Lean Premixed Combustion Stabilized by Low Swirl - A Promising Concept for Practical Applications," R. K. Cheng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1:50 218. "Advanced Diode-Laser Absorption Sensors for Combustion Monitoring and Control," D. S. Baer, E. R. Furlong, R. M. Mihalcea, M. E. Webber, and R. K. Hanson, Stanford University
2:10 219. "Demonstration of Feedback Control and Real-time Monitoring of Organic Emissions from a Staged Combustor," T. Slanvetpan and R. B. Barat, New Jersey Institute of Technology; J. G. Stevens, Montclair State University; A. T. Poulos, Poulos Technical Service, Inc.
2:30 220. "Selective Oxidation of Carbon Monoxide in the Presence of Hydrogen Using Unmixed Combustion over Cupric Oxide," J. A. Cole, P. J. Gauthier, and R. K. Lyon, Energy and Environmental Research Corporation
2:50 221. "Laser Methods for Lead Detection in Flames and Postflame Gas," S. G. Buckley, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore; R. F. Sawyer and C. P. Koshland, University of California, Berkeley; D. Lucas, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
3:10   Break
3:40 222. "Capture of Toxic Metal Vapors by Sorbents at High Temperatures: Reaction Mechanisms and Kinetics," S. B. Davis and J. O. L. Wendt, University of Arizona
4:00 223. "Evaluation of Combustion Byproducts of MTBE as a Component of Reformulated Gasoline," P. Franklin and C. P. Koshland, University of California, Berkeley; D. Lucas, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; R. F. Sawyer, University of California, Berkeley
4:20 224. "Combustion Synthesis of Nitrides," J. J. Cohen and K.-O. Lee, University of Illinois, Chicago
4:40 225. "Monte Carlo Simulation of Nanoparticle Encapsulation in Flames," Z. Sun, J. I. Huertas, and R. L. Axelbaum, Washington University in St. Louis
:00 226. "Control of Particle Morphology of Flame Generated Silica Particles Using a Hybrid Burner," M. S. Woolridge, University of Michigan; S. A. Danczyk and J. Wu, Texas A&M University
5:20   Adjourn

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