2023 - Research.com Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in United States Leader Award
2021 - Fellow, National Academy of Engineering - Mechanical and Aerospace Sections
2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for groundbreaking research towards the understanding of engine combustion by developing detailed chemical kinetic mechanisms
2018 - Fellow - The International Combustion Institute
2014 - Propulsion and Combustion Award - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
2012 - Alfred C. Egerton Gold Medal
2011 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
2010 - Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
2008 - Fellow - Society of Automotive Engineers
Laminar flow, Turbulence, Atmospheric temperature range and Ignition system are all intertwined in Thermodynamics research. His Thermodynamics research extends to Atmospheric temperature range, which is thematically connected. He links adjacent fields of study such as Flow (mathematics) and Turbulence in the subject of Mechanics. Flow (mathematics) is closely attributed to Mechanics in his study. His Methanol research covers fields of interest such as Methyl formate and Hydrogen. Frederick L. Dryer performs integrative study on Hydrogen and Methanol in his works. His research on Organic chemistry frequently links to adjacent areas such as Analytical Chemistry (journal). His research links Mechanism (biology) with Quantum mechanics. His study in Quantum mechanics extends to Mechanism (biology) with its themes.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Ignition system, Diffusion and Atmospheric temperature range and Thermodynamics. He merges many fields, such as Diffusion and Thermodynamics, in his writings. The research on Reaction mechanism and Reaction rate is part of his Catalysis project. He performs integrative Reaction mechanism and Catalysis research in his work. Frederick L. Dryer combines topics linked to Boron with his work on Organic chemistry. His research on Combustion frequently links to adjacent areas such as Combustor. Frederick L. Dryer combines topics linked to Combustion with his work on Combustor. Frederick L. Dryer performs integrative Physical chemistry and Chemical kinetics research in his work. Frederick L. Dryer merges Chemical kinetics with Physical chemistry in his research.
Frederick L. Dryer merges Thermodynamics with Diffusion in his study. His study deals with a combination of Organic chemistry and Environmental chemistry. He incorporates Environmental chemistry and Organic chemistry in his studies. He merges Combustion with Vaporization in his research. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Vaporization and Combustion. His work on Combustor is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Adiabatic flame temperature. Many of his studies on Adiabatic flame temperature apply to Combustor as well. By researching both Mechanics and Classical mechanics, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He integrates Classical mechanics with Kinetic energy in his research.
His Toluene research extends to the thematically linked field of Organic chemistry. His Thermodynamics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Laminar flow. His research links Thermodynamics with Laminar flow. Frederick L. Dryer combines Kinetic energy and Quantum mechanics in his research. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Quantum mechanics and Kinetic energy. Frederick L. Dryer performs integrative study on Methyl formate and Ethyl formate. Frederick L. Dryer merges Ethyl formate with Methanol in his research. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Methanol and Formate in his work. In his study, Frederick L. Dryer carries out multidisciplinary Formate and Methyl formate research.
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Simplified Reaction Mechanisms for the Oxidation of Hydrocarbon Fuels in Flames
Charles K. Westbrook;Frederick L Dryer.
Combustion Science and Technology (1981)
Chemical kinetic modeling of hydrocarbon combustion
Charles K. Westbrook;Frederick L. Dryer.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (1984)
An updated comprehensive kinetic model of hydrogen combustion
Juan Li;Zhenwei Zhao;Andrei Kazakov;Frederick L. Dryer.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (2004)
A comprehensive kinetic mechanism for CO, CH2O, and CH3OH combustion
Juan Li;Zhenwei Zhao;Andrei Kazakov;Marcos Chaos.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (2007)
Comprehensive H2/O2 kinetic model for high-pressure combustion
Michael P. Burke;Marcos Chaos;Yiguang Ju;Frederick L. Dryer.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (2012)
A jet fuel surrogate formulated by real fuel properties
Stephen Dooley;Sang Hee Won;Marcos Chaos;Joshua S. Heyne.
Combustion and Flame (2010)
A Comprehensive Reaction Mechanism For Carbon Monoxide/Hydrogen/Oxygen Kinetics
R. A. Yetter;F. L. Dryer;H. Rabitz.
Combustion Science and Technology (1991)
Flow reactor studies and kinetic modeling of the H2/O2 reaction
M. A. Mueller;T. J. Kim;R. A. Yetter;F. L. Dryer.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (1999)
Thermal decomposition reaction and a comprehensive kinetic model of dimethyl ether
Zhenwei Zhao;Marcos Chaos;Andrei Kazakov;Frederick L. Dryer.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (2008)
The reaction kinetics of dimethyl ether. I: High‐temperature pyrolysis and oxidation in flow reactors
S. L. Fischer;F. L. Dryer;H. J. Curran.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (2000)
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