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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Engineering and Technology D-index 34 Citations 4,912 185 World Ranking 3765 National Ranking 1444

Overview

What is she best known for?

The fields of study she is best known for:

  • Thermodynamics
  • Composite material
  • Oxygen

Jane H. Davidson mainly investigates Heat transfer, Thermodynamics, Chemical engineering, Corona discharge and Solar energy. Her work on Natural convection as part of general Heat transfer research is frequently linked to Experimental methods, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her work in the fields of Heat recovery ventilation and Complete mixing overlaps with other areas such as Scope and Subject areas.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Inorganic chemistry, Cerium oxide, Syngas, Carbon dioxide and Kinetics in addition to Chemical engineering. Her Corona discharge research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electrohydrodynamics, Electrostatic precipitator, Ozone and Atomic physics. Her studies deal with areas such as Solar simulator, Mixing, Thermal and Storage tank as well as Solar energy.

Her most cited work include:

  • Model of the Negative DC Corona Plasma: Comparison to the Positive DC Corona Plasma (155 citations)
  • Thermodynamic Analysis of Isothermal Redox Cycling of Ceria for Solar Fuel Production (144 citations)
  • Ozone Production in the Positive DC Corona Discharge: Model and Comparison to Experiments (137 citations)

What are the main themes of her work throughout her whole career to date?

Mechanics, Heat transfer, Thermodynamics, Solar energy and Composite material are her primary areas of study. Her work deals with themes such as Electrostatic precipitator and Classical mechanics, which intersect with Mechanics. Jane H. Davidson has included themes like Corona discharge and Analytical chemistry in her Electrostatic precipitator study.

Her research integrates issues of Ozone and Current in her study of Corona discharge. Her Heat transfer research incorporates elements of Thermal conduction, Convection and Porous medium. She has researched Solar energy in several fields, including Waste management, Thermal, Optics, Nuclear engineering and Solar simulator.

She most often published in these fields:

  • Mechanics (23.68%)
  • Heat transfer (22.04%)
  • Thermodynamics (21.71%)

What were the highlights of her more recent work (between 2012-2021)?

  • Heat transfer (22.04%)
  • Mechanics (23.68%)
  • Thermodynamics (21.71%)

In recent papers she was focusing on the following fields of study:

Jane H. Davidson mostly deals with Heat transfer, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Solar energy and Chemical engineering. Jane H. Davidson interconnects Composite material and Porous medium in the investigation of issues within Heat transfer. She studied Mechanics and Porosity that intersect with Stratification and Nanotechnology.

The Thermodynamics study which covers Redox that intersects with Carbon monoxide, Inert, Chemical kinetics and Sensible heat. Jane H. Davidson combines subjects such as Waste management, Thermal, Isothermal process, Volumetric flow rate and Renewable fuels with her study of Solar energy. The concepts of her Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Sintering, Hydrogen, Syngas and Kinetics.

Between 2012 and 2021, her most popular works were:

  • Thermodynamic Analysis of Isothermal Redox Cycling of Ceria for Solar Fuel Production (144 citations)
  • Efficient Splitting of CO2 in an Isothermal Redox Cycle Based on Ceria (84 citations)
  • Heat Transfer Analysis of a Solid-Solid Heat Recuperation System for Solar-Driven Nonstoichiometric Redox Cycles (74 citations)

In her most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Thermodynamics
  • Composite material
  • Mechanical engineering

Her scientific interests lie mostly in Thermodynamics, Solar energy, Syngas, Heat transfer and Heat recovery ventilation. As part of her studies on Thermodynamics, she frequently links adjacent subjects like Redox. Her Solar energy study combines topics in areas such as Solar simulator, Waste management and Enthalpy.

The various areas that she examines in her Syngas study include Inorganic chemistry, Partial oxidation and Fuel gasification. Her research on Heat transfer focuses in particular on Heat spreader. Jane H. Davidson has included themes like Plate heat exchanger, Heat transfer coefficient, Micro heat exchanger, Composite material and Shell and tube heat exchanger in her Heat recovery ventilation study.

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Best Publications

Model of the Negative DC Corona Plasma: Comparison to the Positive DC Corona Plasma

Junhong Chen;Jane H. Davidson.
Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing (2003)

226 Citations

Electron Density and Energy Distributions in the Positive DC Corona: Interpretation for Corona-Enhanced Chemical Reactions

Junhong Chen;Jane H. Davidson.
Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing (2002)

198 Citations

Thermodynamic Analysis of Isothermal Redox Cycling of Ceria for Solar Fuel Production

Roman Bader;Luke J. Venstrom;Jane H. Davidson;Wojciech Lipiński.
Energy & Fuels (2013)

195 Citations

Ozone Production in the Positive DC Corona Discharge: Model and Comparison to Experiments

Junhong Chen;Jane H. Davidson.
Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing (2002)

189 Citations

Ozone generation by indoor, electrostatic air cleaners

Kimberly J. Boelter;Jane H. Davidson.
Aerosol Science and Technology (1997)

178 Citations

EFFICIENCY OF TWO-STEP SOLAR THERMOCHEMICAL NON-STOICHIOMETRIC REDOX CYCLES WITH HEAT RECOVERY

J. Lapp;J.H. Davidson;W. Lipiński.
Energy (2012)

178 Citations

Control of Heterogeneity in Nanostructured Ce1–xZrxO2 Binary Oxides for Enhanced Thermal Stability and Water Splitting Activity

Nicholas D. Petkovich;Stephen G. Rudisill;Luke J. Venstrom;Daniel B. Boman.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2011)

140 Citations

Heat transfer—A review of 2003 literature

Richard J Goldstein;W. E. Ibele;S. V. Patankar;Terrence W Simon.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2006)

120 Citations

Heat transfer—A review of 2004 literature

Richard J Goldstein;W. E. Ibele;S. V. Patankar;Terrence W Simon.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2010)

118 Citations

Efficient Splitting of CO2 in an Isothermal Redox Cycle Based on Ceria

Luke J. Venstrom;Luke J. Venstrom;Robert M. De Smith;Yong Hao;Yong Hao;Sossina M. Haile.
Energy & Fuels (2014)

117 Citations

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