His primary areas of investigation include Thermodynamics, Chemical kinetics, Radical, Physical chemistry and Combustion. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Potential energy surface and Reaction mechanism. His Reaction mechanism research includes elements of Thermal, Hydrocarbon and Acetylene.
James A. Miller has researched Radical in several fields, including Computational chemistry, Dissociation and Ethylene. His Physical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Silicon, Chemical vapor deposition, Kinetics and Chemical reactor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Elementary reaction and Nitrogen in addition to Combustion.
James A. Miller focuses on Thermodynamics, Combustion, Physical chemistry, Radical and Analytical chemistry. The various areas that James A. Miller examines in his Thermodynamics study include Reaction rate constant, Computational chemistry and Potential energy surface. His studies examine the connections between Combustion and genetics, as well as such issues in Hydrocarbon, with regards to Methane.
He has included themes like Chemical kinetics, Quantum chemistry, Elementary reaction and Hydrogen in his Physical chemistry study. His Radical research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Branching, Photochemistry, Cyclohexane and Dissociation. In his research, Reaction mechanism and Benzene is intimately related to Acetylene, which falls under the overarching field of Photochemistry.
His primary areas of study are Computational chemistry, Combustion, Atomic physics, Thermodynamics and Radical. The concepts of his Computational chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Phase space, Potential energy surface, Thermal decomposition, Reaction rate constant and Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. His work deals with themes such as Laminar flow, Nitrogen, Chemical kinetics, Acetylene and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Combustion.
His Atomic physics research incorporates elements of Polarization, Kinetics, Diatomic molecule and Neutron. His work carried out in the field of Thermodynamics brings together such families of science as Ab initio and Statistical physics. His Radical study incorporates themes from Elementary reaction, Atmospheric temperature range and Dissociation.
James A. Miller mainly focuses on Computational chemistry, Combustion, Dissociation, Atomic physics and Potential energy surface. His Combustion research integrates issues from Biochemical engineering, Nitrogen, Primary, Mechanism and Ab initio. His Dissociation study introduces a deeper knowledge of Physical chemistry.
His study looks at the relationship between Atomic physics and topics such as Diatomic molecule, which overlap with Angular momentum and Kinetics. James A. Miller combines subjects such as Reaction coordinate and Thermodynamics with his study of Potential energy surface. His research integrates issues of Vibration and Interaction potential in his study of Thermodynamics.
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Mechanism and modeling of nitrogen chemistry in combustion
James A. Miller;Craig T. Bowman.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (1989)
A FORTRAN COMPUTER CODE PACKAGE FOR THE EVALUATION OF GAS-PHASE, MULTICOMPONENT TRANSPORT PROPERTIES
R.J. Kee;G. Dixon-Lewis;J. Warnatz;M.E. Coltrin.
Sandia Report, SAND86-8246 (1986)
Kinetic and thermodynamic issues in the formation of aromatic compounds in flames of aliphatic fuels
James A. Miller;Carl F. Melius.
Combustion and Flame (1992)
The Chemkin Thermodynamic Data Base
Robert J. Kee;Fran M. Rupley;James A. Miller.
CHEMKIN-III: A FORTRAN chemical kinetics package for the analysis of gas-phase chemical and plasma kinetics
R.J. Kee;F.M. Rupley;E. Meeks;J.A. Miller.
Other Information: PBD: May 1996 (1996)
Le Séminaire. Livre I. Les écrits techniques de Freud
Jacques Lacan;J. Miller.
Revue de métaphysique et de morale (1975)
Modeling nitrogen chemistry in combustion
Peter Glarborg;James A. Miller;Branko Ruscic;Stephen J. Klippenstein.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2018)
A computational model of the structure and extinction of strained, opposed flow, premixed methane-air flames
Robert J. Kee;James A. Miller;Gregory H. Evans;Graham Dixon-Lewis.
Symposium (International) on Combustion (1989)
Kinetic modeling of hydrocarbon/nitric oxide interactions in a flow reactor
Peter Glarborg;Maria U. Alzueta;Kim Dam-Johansen;James A. Miller.
Combustion and Flame (1998)
Kinetic modeling and sensitivity analysis of nitrogen oxide formation in well-stirred reactors
Peter Glarborg;James A. Miller;Robert J. Kee.
Combustion and Flame (1986)
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