Chia-Fon Lee mostly deals with Combustion, Diesel fuel, Butanol, Soot and Waste management. His Combustion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ignition system, Volume and Analytical chemistry. His Diesel fuel research incorporates themes from Internal combustion engine and Diesel engine.
His Butanol research incorporates elements of Biofuel, Acetone and Gasoline. His study focuses on the intersection of Soot and fields such as Combustion chamber with connections in the field of Autoignition temperature and Injector. His biological study deals with issues like Spark-ignition engine, which deal with fields such as Butanol fuel.
His primary scientific interests are in Combustion, Diesel fuel, Soot, Diesel engine and Waste management. His Combustion research includes elements of Volume, Ignition system, Butanol, Analytical chemistry and Chemical engineering. His work carried out in the field of Butanol brings together such families of science as Acetone and Gasoline.
His study in Diesel fuel is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fuel injection, NOx, Exhaust gas recirculation and Pulp and paper industry. Chia-Fon Lee works mostly in the field of Diesel engine, limiting it down to topics relating to Homogeneous charge compression ignition and, in certain cases, Internal combustion engine and Nuclear engineering, as a part of the same area of interest. His research on Waste management focuses in particular on Biofuel.
His primary areas of study are Combustion, Diesel fuel, Soot, Spray characteristics and Ignition system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nozzle, Nuclear engineering, Diesel engine, Methane and Mechanics in addition to Combustion. His Diesel fuel study incorporates themes from Fuel injection, Volume, Composite material, NOx and Chemical engineering.
His studies in Soot integrate themes in fields like Alcohol, Diffusion flame and Natural gas. He usually deals with Ignition system and limits it to topics linked to Combustion chamber and Shadowgraph. His Nitrogen oxide research includes elements of Butanol and Gasoline.
His primary areas of investigation include Combustion, Diesel fuel, Diesel engine, Ignition system and Combustion chamber. His work on Thermal efficiency as part of general Combustion research is frequently linked to Sputtering, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Diesel fuel research incorporates elements of Composite material, Butanol, Chemical engineering and Volume.
In his study, Pulp and paper industry is strongly linked to Common rail, which falls under the umbrella field of Volume. His research combines Soot and Diesel engine. Chia-Fon Lee has researched Ignition system in several fields, including Gasoline, Biofuel, Internal combustion engine and Biochemical engineering.
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Progress in the production and application of n-butanol as a biofuel
Chao Jin;Mingfa Yao;Haifeng Liu;Chia Fon F. Lee;Chia Fon F. Lee.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2011)
Emission characteristics of a spark-ignition engine fuelled with gasoline-n-butanol blends in combination with EGR
Xiaolei Gu;Zuohua Huang;Jian Cai;Jing Gong.
Combustion and emissions characteristics of high n-butanol/diesel ratio blend in a heavy-duty diesel engine and EGR impact
Zheng Chen;Zhenkuo Wu;Jingping Liu;Chiafon Lee.
Energy Conversion and Management (2014)
Study on performance and emissions of a passenger-car diesel engine fueled with butanol–diesel blends
Zheng Chen;Jingping Liu;Zhiyu Han;Biao Du.
Effect of EGR and injection timing on combustion and emission characteristics of split injection strategy DI-diesel engine fueled with biodiesel
Donghui Qi;Michael Leick;Yu Liu;Chia Fon F. Lee.
Comparison of Ethanol and Butanol as Additives in Soybean Biodiesel Using a Constant Volume Combustion Chamber
Haifeng Liu;Haifeng Liu;Chia-fon F. Lee;Ming Huo;Mingfa Yao.
Energy & Fuels (2011)
Bio-diesel effects on combustion processes in an HSDI diesel engine using advanced injection strategies
Tiegang Fang;Chia-fon F. Lee.
32nd International Symposium on Combustion (2009)
Study on the spray and combustion characteristics of water–emulsified diesel
Ming Huo;Shenlun Lin;Haifeng Liu;Chia Fon F. Lee;Chia Fon F. Lee.
Low temperature spray combustion of acetone–butanol–ethanol (ABE) and diesel blends
Nan Zhou;Ming Huo;Han Wu;Karthik Nithyanandan.
Applied Energy (2014)
Effects of port fuel injection (PFI) of n-butanol and EGR on combustion and emissions of a direct injection diesel engine
Zheng Chen;Jingping Liu;Zhenkuo Wu;Chiafon Lee.
Energy Conversion and Management (2013)
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