2020 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for outstanding and influential research in soot chemistry and computational modelling of engine combustion
Markus Kraft mainly focuses on Soot, Mechanics, Particle size, Combustion and Thermodynamics. His research integrates issues of Laminar flow, Premixed flame, Particle-size distribution, Analytical chemistry and Monte Carlo method in his study of Soot. The various areas that he examines in his Mechanics study include Estimation theory, Mineralogy, Plug flow reactor model, Combustion chamber and Cylinder.
His Particle size research includes elements of Nanotechnology, Spatially resolved, Adiabatic flame temperature, Numerical analysis and Organic chemistry. His studies in Combustion integrate themes in fields like Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, Density functional theory and Gasoline. His Thermodynamics research incorporates themes from Homogeneous charge compression ignition and Reaction mechanism.
His primary scientific interests are in Soot, Combustion, Mechanics, Particle size and Chemical physics. His work deals with themes such as Diffusion flame, Laminar flow, Premixed flame, Particle-size distribution and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Soot. As part of one scientific family, Markus Kraft deals mainly with the area of Combustion, narrowing it down to issues related to the Diesel fuel, and often Diesel engine.
Markus Kraft mostly deals with Computer simulation in his studies of Mechanics. His Particle size research integrates issues from Nucleation, Adiabatic flame temperature and Sensitivity. His Chemical physics study combines topics in areas such as Intermolecular force, Molecule, Coronene and Molecular dynamics.
His primary areas of investigation include Soot, Particle size, Chemical engineering, Molecular dynamics and Ontology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrogen, Nucleation, Adiabatic flame temperature, Diesel fuel and Diesel engine in addition to Soot. In his study, Photochemistry is strongly linked to Batch reactor, which falls under the umbrella field of Hydrogen.
Markus Kraft has researched Particle size in several fields, including Mechanics, Diffusion, Ethylene and Geometric standard deviation. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Volume fraction, Carbon, Degree and Soot particles. His Molecular dynamics research incorporates elements of Chemical physics, Molecule and Analytical chemistry.
Markus Kraft focuses on Ontology, Particle size, Soot, Diesel engine and Chemical engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Coagulation, Molecular physics, Nanoparticle and Interaction energy as well as Particle size. His Soot study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Projection method, Principle of maximum entropy, Model engine, Mechanics and Moment.
His study looks at the relationship between Chemical engineering and topics such as Electrocatalyst, which overlap with Catalysis. The concepts of his Catalysis study are interwoven with issues in Oxygen evolution, Inorganic chemistry, Amorphous solid, Dimethylformamide and Carbon. In his work, Combustion is strongly intertwined with Nuclear engineering, which is a subfield of Diesel fuel.
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Blockchain technology in the chemical industry: Machine-to-machine electricity market
Janusz J. Sikorski;Joy Haughton;Markus Kraft;Markus Kraft.
Applied Energy (2017)
Nickel Nanoparticles Encapsulated in Few-Layer Nitrogen-Doped Graphene Derived from Metal-Organic Frameworks as Efficient Bifunctional Electrocatalysts for Overall Water Splitting.
You Xu;You Xu;Wenguang Tu;Bowei Zhang;Shengming Yin.
Advanced Materials (2017)
Metal-free carbonaceous electrocatalysts and photocatalysts for water splitting
You Xu;You Xu;Markus Kraft;Markus Kraft;Markus Kraft;Rong Xu;Rong Xu.
Chemical Society Reviews (2016)
Unique P ? Co ? N Surface Bonding States Constructed on g-C3N4 Nanosheets for Drastically Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity of H2 Evolution
Chunmei Li;Chunmei Li;Chunmei Li;Yonghua Du;Danping Wang;Shengming Yin.
Advanced Functional Materials (2017)
Measurement and numerical simulation of soot particle size distribution functions in a laminar premixed ethylene-oxygen-argon flame
Bin Zhao;Zhiwei Yang;Murray V. Johnston;Hai Wang.
Combustion and Flame (2003)
Mapping surrogate gasoline compositions into RON/MON space
Neal Morgan;Andrew Smallbone;Amit Bhave;Markus Kraft.
Combustion and Flame (2010)
Investigating the Role of Tunable Nitrogen Vacancies in Graphitic Carbon Nitride Nanosheets for Efficient Visible-Light-Driven H2 Evolution and CO2 Reduction
Wenguang Tu;You Xu;Jiajia Wang;Bowei Zhang.
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering (2017)
A stochastic approach to calculate the particle size distribution function of soot particles in laminar premixed flames
M Balthasar;M Kraft.
Combustion and Flame (2003)
Incorporating seller/buyer reputation-based system in blockchain-enabled emission trading application
Khamila Nurul Khaqqi;Janusz J. Sikorski;Kunn Hadinoto;Markus Kraft;Markus Kraft.
Applied Energy (2018)
Numerical simulation and sensitivity analysis of detailed soot particle size distribution in laminar premixed ethylene flames
Jasdeep Singh;Robert I.A. Patterson;Markus Kraft;Hai Wang.
Combustion and Flame (2006)
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