Thermodynamics, Ignition system, Shock tube, Combustion and Methane are his primary areas of study. His study in Thermodynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Flame speed, Kinetic energy and Natural gas. The Ignition system study combines topics in areas such as Kinetics and Activation energy.
His Shock tube study combines topics in areas such as Flame structure and Shock. He has researched Combustion in several fields, including Hydrogen, Ram accelerator and Simulation. His research integrates issues of Propane, Alkane and Minimum ignition energy in his study of Methane.
Eric L. Petersen mainly investigates Shock tube, Analytical chemistry, Combustion, Ignition system and Thermodynamics. His Shock tube research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ignition delay, Hydrocarbon and Shock. In his research, Reaction rate constant is intimately related to Atmospheric temperature range, which falls under the overarching field of Analytical chemistry.
In his research on the topic of Combustion, Ammonium perchlorate and Composite number is strongly related with Chemical engineering. He interconnects Hydrogen, Dilution, Simulation and Activation energy in the investigation of issues within Ignition system. His work deals with themes such as Chemical kinetics, Kinetic energy, Alkane and Methane, which intersect with Thermodynamics.
Eric L. Petersen spends much of his time researching Shock tube, Analytical chemistry, Combustion, Propellant and Kinetics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ignition delay, Ignition system, Pyrolysis and Aerosol in addition to Shock tube. Eric L. Petersen frequently studies issues relating to Hydrogen and Ignition system.
His Analytical chemistry study also includes fields such as
His primary areas of study are Shock tube, Analytical chemistry, Combustion, Ignition delay and Kinetics. The concepts of his Shock tube study are interwoven with issues in Nuclear engineering, Stoichiometry, Rocket propellant, Dilution and Hydrocarbon. Eric L. Petersen combines subjects such as Hydrogen, Chemical kinetics, Impurity, Laminar flame speed and Methane with his study of Analytical chemistry.
Eric L. Petersen is interested in Ammonium perchlorate, which is a field of Combustion. His Kinetics study incorporates themes from Shock wave, Thermodynamics and Diluent. His study in Thermodynamics focuses on Atmospheric temperature range in particular.
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An experimental and detailed chemical kinetic modeling study of hydrogen and syngas mixture oxidation at elevated pressures
Alan Keromnes;Wayne K. Metcalfe;Karl A. Heufer;Nicola Donohoe.
Combustion and Flame (2013)
Fuel Flexibility Influences on Premixed Combustor Blowout, Flashback, Autoignition, and Stability
Tim Lieuwen;Vince McDonell;Eric Petersen;Domenic Santavicca.
Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power-transactions of The Asme (2006)
An ignition delay and kinetic modeling study of methane, dimethyl ether, and their mixtures at high pressures
Ultan Burke;Kieran P. Somers;Peter O’Toole;Chis M. Zinner.
Combustion and Flame (2015)
Kinetics modeling of shock-induced ignition in low-dilution CH4/O2 mixtures at high pressures and intermediate temperatures
E.L. Petersen;D.F. Davidson;R.K. Hanson.
Combustion and Flame (1999)
Oxidation of C1−C5 Alkane Quinternary Natural Gas Mixtures at High Pressures
D. Healy;D. M. Kalitan;C. J. Aul;E. L. Petersen.
Energy & Fuels (2010)
Methane/propane oxidation at high pressures: Experimental and detailed chemical kinetic modeling
Eric L. Petersen;Danielle M. Kalitan;Stefanie Simmons;Gilles Bourque.
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute (2007)
A comprehensive experimental and modeling study of isobutene oxidation
Chong-Wen Zhou;Yang Li;Eoin O'Connor;Kieran P. Somers.
Combustion and Flame (2016)
An experimental and modeling study of propene oxidation. Part 2: Ignition delay time and flame speed measurements
Sinead M. Burke;Ultan Burke;Reuben Mc Donagh;Olivier Mathieu.
Combustion and Flame (2015)
n-Butane: Ignition delay measurements at high pressure and detailed chemical kinetic simulations
D. Healy;N.S. Donato;C.J. Aul;E.L. Petersen.
Combustion and Flame (2010)
Nonideal Effects Behind Reflected Shock Waves in a High-Pressure Shock Tube
Eric L. Petersen;Ronald K. Hanson.
Shock Waves (2001)
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