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  • Additional chain-branching pathways in the low-temperature oxidation of branched alkanes

    Z. Wang, L. Zhang, K. Moshammer, D. M. Popolan-Vaida, V. S. B. Shankar, S. M. Sarathy

    Combustion and Flame, (2016)​

Auto-oxidation; Chain-branching; Highly oxidized multifunctional molecules; Peroxides; Alternative isomerization; Synchrotron VUV photoionization mass spectrometry
  • Primary Reference Fuels (PRFs) as Surrogates for Low Sensitivity Gasoline Fuels

    V. Shankar, M. Sajid, K. Al-Qurashi, N. Atef, I. Alkhesho, A. Ahmed, S. Chung, W. Roberts, K. Morganti, S. Sarathy

    SAE Technical Paper,  0148-7191 (2016)


Primary Reference Fuels (PRFs), Surrogates, Gasoline Fuels
  • Knock Prediction Using a Simple Model for Ignition Delay
     G. Kalghatgi, K. MorgantI, I. Algunaibet, M. Sarathy, R. Dibble
    SAE Technical Paper  01-0702  ( 2016)  
Ethanol, Knock, Combustion and combustion processes
  • Modeling Ignition of a Heptane Isomer: Improved Thermodynamics, Reaction Pathways, Kinetics, and Rate Rule Optimizations for 2-Methylhexane

    S. Mohamed, L. Cai, F. Khaled, C. Banyon, Z. Wang, M. Rashidi

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 120 (14), 2201-2217 (2016)

Kinetic, Methylhexane
  • Blending Octane Number of Ethanol in HCCI, SI and CI Combustion Modes
    M. Waqas, N. Naser,  M. Sarathy, K. Morganti, K.Al-Qurashi, B. Johansson
    SAE Int. J. Fuels Lubr. 9(3) 659-682, (2016)
FACE gasolines, Ethanol, Blending Octane number (BON) , CFR , IQT, base fuel octane number and composition.
  • Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Ethanol/Diethyl Ether Mixtures in a CI Engine
    SAE 2016 International Powertrains, Fuels & Lubricants Meeting
  • Altmetric original articles measurements of positively charged lons in premixed methane-oxygen atmospheric flames
    A. Alquait, J. Han, M. Chahine, H. Selim, M. Belhi, M. Sarathy, F. Bisetti, A. Farooq
    Combus​tion Science and Technology, 189 (4)  575-594, (2016)
Anions, Cations, Ion chemistry model, Molecular beam mass spectrometry (MBMS), Methane flames
  • Predicting Fuel Ignition Quality Using 1H NMR Spectroscopy and Multiple Linear Regression
    A. Jameel, N. Naser, A. Emwas, S. Dooley, M. Sarathy
    Energy Fuels 30 (11), 9819–9835 (2016)
  • α-Pinene-A High Energy Density Biofuel for SI Engine Applications

    V. Raman, V. Sivasankaralingam, R. Dibble, S.M. Sarathy
    SAE Technical Paper, (2016)​

Keywords of the paper - Pinene, Terpineol, FACE A gasoline, Energy density, biofuel, ignition delay, SI engine.
  • Two-stage Lagrangian modeling of ignition processes in ignition quality tester and constant volume combustion chambers

    A. Alfazazi, O.A. Kuti, N. Naser, S.H. Chung, S.M. Sarathy
    Fuel, 185, pp. 589-598, (2016)

Two-stage Lagrangian model (TSL), Ignition quality tester (IQT), Constant volume combustion chamber (CVCC), Isooctane, n-Heptane, n-Dodecane, Second stage ignition delay time, First stage ignition delay time
  • Third O 2 addition reactions promote the low-temperature auto-ignition of n-alkanes

    Z. Wang, S.M. Sarathy
    Combustion and Flame 165, 364-372, (2016)

Auto-oxidation; Alternative isomerization; Chain branching; Peroxy chemistry; Atmospheric oxidation
  • Predicting fuel ignition quality using 1H NMR spectroscopy and multiple linear regression

    A.G. Abdul Jameel, N. Naser, A.H. Emwas, S. Dooley, S.M. Sarathy
    Energy & Fuels, (2016)​

Cetane number: NMR: branching index: MLR
  • Optimized reaction mechanism rate rules for ignition of normal alkanes

    L. Cai, H. Pitsch, S.Y. Mohamed, V. Raman, J. Bugler, H. Curran, S.M. Sarathy
    Combustion and Flame ,173, pp. 468-482, (2016)

PRF/toluene/ethanol; Gasoline surrogate; Optimization; Uncertainty Quantification
  • Modeling of Heating and Evaporation of FACE I Gasoline Fuel and its Surrogates

    A. Elwardany, J. Badra, J. Sim, M. Khurshid, M. Sarathy, H. Im
    SAE Technical Paper, (2016)

Modeling of Heating, Evaporation of FACE I, Gasoline Fuel, Surrogates
  • Mixing-Structure Relationship in Jet-Stirred Reactors

    W.W. Ayass, E.F. Nasir, A. Farooq, S.M. Sarathy
    Chemical Engineering Research and Design, Vol. 111, pp. 461-464, (2016)

Jet-stirred reactor, Mixing, Reactor design, Residence time distribution
  • Measurements of positively charged ions in premixed methane-oxygen atmospheric flames

    A.B.S. Alquaity, J. Han, M. Chahine, H. Selim, M. Belhi, S.M. Sarathy, F. Bisetti, A. Farooq
    Combustion Science and Technology, (2016)

Cations, Anions, Methane flames, MBMS, Ion chemistry model
  • Lifecycle optimized ethanol-gasoline blends for turbocharged engines

    B. Zhang, S. M. Sarathy
    Applied Energy 181, pp. 38-53, (2016)

Lifecycle analysis; Ethanol blended fuel; Turbocharging; CO2 emission; Engine downsizing
  • Improved combustion kinetic model and HCCI engine simulations of di-isopropyl ketone ignition

    G. Barari, S.M. Sarathy, S.S. Vasu
    Fuel 164, 141-150, (2016)

HCCI; Ketone fuels; Ignition; Combustion kinetics; Modeling
  • Experiments and simulations of NO x formation in the combustion of hydroxylated fuels

    M.D. Bohon, M.J. Al-Rashidi, S.M. Sarathy, W.L. Roberts
    Combustion and Flame 162 (6), 2322-2336, (2016)

NOx; Alcohol; Swirl; Thermal; Prompt; Hydroxylated
  • Effects of substitution on counterflow ignition and extinction of C3 and C4 alcohols

    A. Alfazazi, U. Niemann, H. Selim, R.J. Cattolica, S.M. Sarathy
    Energy & Fuels, 30 (7), 6091-6097, (2016)

Counterflow ignition, extinction of C3 and C4 alcohols, Dwindling reserves, Inherent uncertainty
  • Effects of methyl substitution on the auto-ignition of C16 alkanes

    M. Lapuerta, J. Hernández, M. Sarathy
    Combustion and Flame, 164,  259–269​ (2016)

Auto-ignition; Combustion; Biofuels; Diesel engine; Branched alkanes
  • Effect of the Methyl Substitution on the Combustion of Two Methylheptane Isomers: Flame Chemistry Using Vacuum-Ultraviolet (VUV) Photoionization Mass Spectrometry

    H. Selim, S.Y. Mohamed, A. Lucassen, N. Hansen, S.M. Sarathy
    Energy & Fuels 29 (4), 2696-2708, (2016)

vacuum-ultraviolet (VUV)
  • Compositional effects on the ignition of FACE gasolines

    S.M. Sarathy, G. Kukkadapu, M. Mehl, T. Javed, A. Ahmed, N. Naser
    Combustion and Flame 169, 171-193, (2016)

Surrogate fuels; Chemical kinetic modeling; Octane number; Shock tube; Rapid compression machine; Ignition
  • Compositional Effects of Gasoline Fuels on Combustion, Performance and Emissions in Engine

    A. Ahmed, M. Waqas, N. Naser, E. Singh, W. Roberts, S. Chung, M. Sarathy
    SAE International Journal of Fuels and Lubricants, 9, (2016)​

Compositional Effects, Gasoline Fuels, Combustion, Emissions in Engine
  • Calculation of average molecular parameters, functional groups, and a surrogate molecule for heavy fuel oils using 1H and 13C NMR spectroscopy

    AG Abdul Jameel, AM Elbaz, AH Emwas, WL Roberts, SM Sarathy
    Energy & Fuels 30, 3894-3905, (2016)

Heavy fuel oil (HFO), Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)
  • Analysis of impact of temperature and saltwater on Nannochloropsis salina bio-oil production by ultra high resolution APCI FT-ICR MS

    M.M. Sanguineti, N. Hourani, M. Witt, S.M. Sarathy, L. Thomsen, N. Kuhnert
    Algal Research 9, 227-235, (2016)

Hydrothermal Liquefaction; Microalgae; Saltwater; APCI; FT-ICR MS
  • An experimental and chemical kinetic modeling study of dimethylcyclohexane oxidation and pyrolysis

    M.A. Eldeeb, S. Jouzdani, Z. Wang, S.M. Sarathy, B. Akih-Kumgeh
    Energy & Fuels, (2016)

Dimethylcyclohexane oxidation, Pyrolysis, High-temperature ignition
  • Achieving 80% greenhouse gas reduction target in Saudi Arabia under low and medium oil prices

    Y. Alshammari, M.Sarathy
    Energy Policy. Volume 101, February 2017, Pages 502511, (2016)

CO2 emissions; Decarbonisation scenarios; Power generation; Oil breakeven price; Saudi Arabia
  • A computational study of ethylene–air sooting flames: Effects of large polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

    P. Selvaraj, P.G. Arias, B.J. Lee, H.G. Im, Y. Wang, Y. Gao, S. Park, S.M. Sarathy
    Combustion and Flame 163, 427-436, (2016)

Soot model; Laminar flames; Method of moments; Reduced mechanism; Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon
  • A blending rule for octane numbers of PRFs and TPRFs with ethanol

    A. AlRamadan, M. Sarathy, M. Khurshid, J. Badra
    Fuel 180, 175-186, (2016)

Blending rule; Octane numbers; PRF; TPRF; Ethanol