2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for breakthrough knowledge in the fields of pollutants formation, chemical processing and reactions in micro-channels
His main research concerns Thermodynamics, Combustion, Inorganic chemistry, Heat flux and Heat transfer. His Thermodynamics research integrates issues from Atmospheric pressure, Elementary reaction, Kinetic energy, Organic chemistry and Order of reaction. His Combustion study incorporates themes from Waste management, Particulates and Chemical engineering.
His work deals with themes such as Reaction rate constant, Atmospheric temperature range, Catalysis and Isocyanic acid, which intersect with Inorganic chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Heat flux brings together such families of science as Heat transfer coefficient and Reynolds number. His Heat transfer coefficient study combines topics in areas such as Plate heat exchanger and Boiling.
His primary areas of study are Thermodynamics, Mechanics, Heat transfer, Inorganic chemistry and Combustion. His Thermodynamics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Kinetics and Kinetic energy. His study in Heat transfer coefficient, Heat flux, Heat transfer enhancement and Dynamic scraped surface heat exchanger falls within the category of Heat transfer.
His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dehydrogenation, Catalysis, Nitric oxide, Oxygen and Ammonia. His biological study deals with issues like Coal, which deal with fields such as Mineralogy. His Char study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Carbon and Nitrogen.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Inorganic chemistry, Ammonia, Mechanics, Catalysis and Hydrothermal liquefaction. His studies deal with areas such as Condensation, Dehydrogenation, Water vapor and Formic acid as well as Inorganic chemistry. His study in Ammonia is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Combustion, Physical chemistry, Raw material, Desorption and Kinetic energy.
Brian S. Haynes interconnects Environmental chemistry, Bioenergy, Pulp and paper industry and Nitrogen in the investigation of issues within Hydrothermal liquefaction. His Computational fluid dynamics study introduces a deeper knowledge of Thermodynamics. His Thermodynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Direct and indirect band gaps and van der Waals force.
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrothermal liquefaction, Mechanics, Reynolds number, Heat transfer and Laminar flow. His studies in Hydrothermal liquefaction integrate themes in fields like Bioenergy, Oedogonium, Botany and Nitrogen. His work in the fields of Flow overlaps with other areas such as Computation.
His Reynolds number study focuses on Heat transfer enhancement in particular. His work in Heat transfer covers topics such as Computational fluid dynamics which are related to areas like Heat flux, Flow conditions, Flow and Rotational symmetry. Brian S. Haynes incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Parametric statistics, Heat transfer coefficient and Thermodynamics.
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Flow boiling heat transfer of Freon R11 and HCFC123 in narrow passages
Z.Y. Bao;D.F. Fletcher;B.S. Haynes.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2000)
On the CFD modelling of Taylor flow in microchannels
Raghvendra Gupta;David F. Fletcher;Brian S. Haynes.
Chemical Engineering Science (2009)
Pilot plant testing of continuous hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae
Christopher Jazrawi;Patrick Biller;Andrew B. Ross;Alejandro Montoya.
Algal Research-Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts (2013)
Effect of CO2 and steam gasification reactions on the oxy-combustion of pulverized coal char
Ethan S. Hecht;Ethan S. Hecht;Christopher R. Shaddix;Manfred Geier;Alejandro Molina.
Combustion and Flame (2012)
Biocrude yield and productivity from the hydrothermal liquefaction of marine and freshwater green macroalgae
N. Neveux;A.K.L. Yuen;C. Jazrawi;M. Magnusson.
Bioresource Technology (2014)
A CFD based combustion model of an entrained flow biomass gasifier
D.F. Fletcher;B.S. Haynes;F.C. Christo;S.D. Joseph.
Applied Mathematical Modelling (2000)
Effect of CO2 gasification reaction on oxy-combustion of pulverized coal char
Ethan S. Hecht;Christopher R. Shaddix;Alejandro Molina;Brian S. Haynes.
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute (2011)
The oxidation of hydrogen cyanide in fuel-rich flames☆
Combustion and Flame (1977)
Kinetic and Thermodynamic Sensitivity Analysis of the NO-Sensitised Oxidation of Methane
J. H. Bromly;F. J. Barnes;S. Muris;X. You.
Combustion Science and Technology (1996)
Vaporization and condensation of mineral matter during pulverized coal combustion
M. Neville;R.J. Quann;B.S. Haynes;A.F. Sarofim.
Symposium (International) on Combustion (1981)
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