2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for fundamental breakthroughs in the understanding of combustion chemistry, soot and pollutant formation chemistry and energy conservation
His primary areas of investigation include Fluidized bed, Combustion, Mineralogy, Chemical engineering and Analytical chemistry. Allan N. Hayhurst works mostly in the field of Fluidized bed, limiting it down to concerns involving Bubble and, occasionally, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Image resolution. His Combustion study incorporates themes from Carbon, Nitrogen and Coal.
His Mineralogy study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Analytical chemistry, Ion, Combustion, Fluidized bed and Mineralogy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrogen, Atmospheric pressure, Inorganic chemistry and Reaction rate constant, Kinetics in addition to Analytical chemistry. The Ion study combines topics in areas such as Equilibrium constant, Alkali metal, Atomic physics and Mass spectrometry.
His Combustion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Waste management, Coal and Chemical engineering. He has included themes like Mechanics, Bubble and Calcination in his Fluidized bed study. His Mineralogy research includes themes of Mass transfer, Reaction rate, Fluidized bed combustion and Particle size.
Allan N. Hayhurst spends much of his time researching Combustion, Analytical chemistry, Chemical engineering, Mineralogy and Oxygen. His studies in Combustion integrate themes in fields like Mass transfer, Mixing and Methane. His work carried out in the field of Analytical chemistry brings together such families of science as Ion, Redox, Atmospheric pressure and Nozzle.
Allan N. Hayhurst has researched Mineralogy in several fields, including Hydrogen, Activation energy, Combustor, Oxidizing agent and Iron oxide. His research integrates issues of Fluidized bed and Carbon monoxide in his study of Iron oxide. His Oxygen research incorporates themes from Waste management and Kinetics.
Allan N. Hayhurst mostly deals with Combustion, Chemical looping combustion, Oxygen, Chemical engineering and Analytical chemistry. The various areas that he examines in his Combustion study include Natural convection, Combined forced and natural convection and Convection. His study in Chemical looping combustion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oxide, Syngas, Mineralogy and Kinetics.
His Chemical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ultra-low-sulfur diesel, Diesel fuel, Particulates, Diesel engine and Carbon. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Waste management and Redox. His studies examine the connections between Char and genetics, as well as such issues in Tube, with regards to Iron oxide and Fluidized bed.
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The Effects of Repeated Cycles of Calcination and Carbonation on a Variety of Different Limestones, as Measured in a Hot Fluidized Bed of Sand
Paul S. Fennell;Roberta Pacciani;John S. Dennis;John F. Davidson.
Energy & Fuels (2007)
Development and performance of Cu-based oxygen carriers for chemical-looping combustion
S.Y. Chuang;J.S. Dennis;A.N. Hayhurst;S.A. Scott.
Combustion and Flame (2008)
In situ gasification of a solid fuel and CO2 separation using chemical looping
S. A. Scott;J. S. Dennis;A. N. Hayhurst;T. Brown.
Aiche Journal (2006)
Nitric oxide formation from N2 in flames: The importance of “prompt” NO
A.N. Hayhurst;I.M. Vince.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (1980)
the effect of CO2 on the kinetics and extent of calcination of limestone and dolomite particles in fluidised beds
J.S. Dennis;A.N. Hayhurst.
Chemical Engineering Science (1987)
Emissions of nitrous oxide from combustion sources
A.N. Hayhurst;A.D. Lawrence.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (1992)
Regeneration of sintered limestone sorbents for the sequestration of CO2 from combustion and other systems
P. S. Fennell;J. F. Davidson;J. S. Dennis;A. N. Hayhurst.
Journal of The Energy Institute (2007)
Thermogravimetric measurements of the kinetics of pyrolysis of dried sewage sludge
Stuart A. Scott;John S. Dennis;John F. Davidson;Allan N. Hayhurst.
In situ gasification of coal using steam with chemical looping: a technique for isolating CO2 from burning a solid fuel
J. S. Dennis;S. A. Scott;A. N. Hayhurst.
Journal of The Energy Institute (2006)
Production of Very Pure Hydrogen with Simultaneous Capture of Carbon Dioxide using the Redox Reactions of Iron Oxides in Packed Beds
Christopher D. Bohn;Christoph R. Müller;Jason P. Cleeton;Allan N. Hayhurst.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2008)
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