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
Frederick L. Dryer mainly investigates Combustion, Thermodynamics, Shock tube, Ignition system and Flame speed. His study in Combustion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Waste management, Jet fuel, Chemical kinetics, Analytical chemistry and Mechanics. His Thermodynamics research includes themes of Laminar flame speed, Hydrogen and Chemical species.
His Ignition system research incorporates elements of Heat transfer, Diffusion flame, Organic chemistry and Thermoelectric effect. Frederick L. Dryer usually deals with Flame speed and limits it to topics linked to Propene and Heptane and Photochemistry. His Laminar flow study combines topics in areas such as Premixed flame, Reaction rate constant, Reaction mechanism and Reaction rate.
Frederick L. Dryer spends much of his time researching Combustion, Thermodynamics, Analytical chemistry, Organic chemistry and Ignition system. He has included themes like Inorganic chemistry, Mechanics and Chemical engineering in his Combustion study. His Thermodynamics study incorporates themes from Reaction rate constant and Chemical kinetics.
His work deals with themes such as Yield, Decomposition, Hydrogen and Reaction mechanism, which intersect with Reaction rate constant. Frederick L. Dryer interconnects Heptane, Oxygen, Extinction and Atmospheric pressure in the investigation of issues within Analytical chemistry. Frederick L. Dryer studied Laminar flow and Laminar flame speed that intersect with Flame speed.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Combustion, Thermodynamics, Organic chemistry, Analytical chemistry and Jet fuel. Frederick L. Dryer interconnects Jet, Ignition system and Cetane number in the investigation of issues within Combustion. His Ignition system research integrates issues from Octane rating and Propene.
As a member of one scientific family, Frederick L. Dryer mostly works in the field of Thermodynamics, focusing on Reaction rate constant and, on occasion, Yield. His Analytical chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrogen, Heptane, Atmospheric pressure, Inorganic chemistry and Extinction. His Jet fuel study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Combustor and Boiling.
Frederick L. Dryer spends much of his time researching Combustion, Organic chemistry, Thermodynamics, Analytical chemistry and Diffusion flame. His Combustion research incorporates elements of Ignition system, Cetane number and Jet fuel. His Organic chemistry study deals with Computational chemistry intersecting with Biodiesel, Redox, Furan and Double bond.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Flame speed and Reaction rate in addition to Thermodynamics. His work deals with themes such as Hydrogen, Atmospheric pressure, Inorganic chemistry, Heat of combustion and Extinction, which intersect with Analytical chemistry. His study in Diffusion flame is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Premixed flame, Adiabatic flame temperature, Alkane and Enthalpy.
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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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