Jonathan H. Frank mainly focuses on Turbulence, Jet, Analytical chemistry, Laminar flow and Diffusion flame. As a part of the same scientific family, Jonathan H. Frank mostly works in the field of Turbulence, focusing on Rayleigh scattering and, on occasion, Reaction rate. While the research belongs to areas of Jet, Jonathan H. Frank spends his time largely on the problem of Combustion, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Laser-induced fluorescence.
His Analytical chemistry research includes elements of Premixed flame, Methane and Reynolds number. His work focuses on many connections between Diffusion flame and other disciplines, such as Computational physics, that overlap with his field of interest in Raman spectroscopy. His research investigates the connection between Mechanics and topics such as Flame structure that intersect with problems in Heat flux.
His primary areas of study are Turbulence, Analytical chemistry, Optics, Mechanics and Jet. His Turbulence research focuses on Reynolds number in particular. His research in Analytical chemistry intersects with topics in Combustion, Diffusion flame, Laminar flow, Premixed flame and Methane.
His work in the fields of Optics, such as Microscopy, Fluorescence-lifetime imaging microscopy and Fluorescence microscope, intersects with other areas such as Supercontinuum. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Strain rate and Flame structure. His study in Jet is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mole fraction, Atomic physics and Near and far field.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Turbulence, Mechanics, Jet, Laser and Optics. His Turbulence study often links to related topics such as Rayleigh scattering. The various areas that Jonathan H. Frank examines in his Rayleigh scattering study include Image resolution and Acoustics.
His work deals with themes such as Combustion, Strain rate, Strain and Preferential alignment, which intersect with Mechanics. His Jet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Atomic physics and Laser scanning. His work in the fields of Optics, such as Electron scattering, overlaps with other areas such as High resolution, Image processing and Repetition.
His main research concerns Turbulence, Mechanics, Combustion, Environmental science and Mixing. His research integrates issues of Laser, Laser scanning and Atomic physics in his study of Turbulence. Jonathan H. Frank combines subjects such as Strain rate, Strain and Preferential alignment with his study of Mechanics.
His study on Turbulent flames is often connected to Data assimilation, Experimental data and Ensemble Kalman filter as part of broader study in Combustion. His Environmental science research includes elements of Fuel injection, Aerodynamics, Gasoline, Automotive engineering and Plume. His Mixing study spans across into subjects like Flame structure, Large eddy simulation, Rayleigh scattering, Reynolds number and Aerospace engineering.
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Effects of turbulence on species mass fractions in methane/air jet flames
R.S. Barlow;J.H. Frank.
Symposium (International) on Combustion (1998)
Scalar profiles and NO formation in laminar opposed-flow partially premixed methane/air flames
R.S. Barlow;A.N. Karpetis;J.H. Frank;J.-Y. Chen.
Combustion and Flame (2001)
Spatially resolved heat release rate measurements in turbulent premixed flames
B.O. Ayoola;R. Balachandran;J.H. Frank;E. Mastorakos.
Combustion and Flame (2006)
Piloted methane/air jet flames: Transport effects and aspects of scalar structure
R.S. Barlow;J.H. Frank;A.N. Karpetis;J.-Y. Chen.
Combustion and Flame (2005)
Raman-Rayleigh-LIF measurements of temperature and species concentrations in the Delft piloted turbulent jet diffusion flame
P.A. Nooren;M. Versluis;T.H. van der Meer;R.S. Barlow.
Applied Physics B (2000)
A white light confocal microscope for spectrally resolved multidimensional imaging
J. H. Frank;A. D. Elder;J. Swartling;A. R. Venkitaraman.
Journal of Microscopy (2007)
Computational and experimental study of OH and CH radicals in axisymmetric laminar diffusion flames
M.D. Smooke;Y. Xu;R.M. Zurn;P. Lin.
Symposium (International) on Combustion (1992)
REACTION-RATE, MIXTURE-FRACTION, AND TEMPERATURE IMAGING IN TURBULENT METHANE/AIR JET FLAMES
Jonathan H. Frank;Sebastian A. Kaiser;Marshall B. Long.
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute (2002)
Conserved scalar measurements in turbulent diffusion flames by a Raman and Rayleigh ribbon imaging method
S.H. Stårner;R.W. Bilger;K.M. Lyons;J.H. Frank.
Combustion and Flame (1994)
High-speed tomographic PIV and OH PLIF measurements in turbulent reactive flows
Bruno Coriton;Adam M. Steinberg;Jonathan H. Frank.
Experiments in Fluids (2014)
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