Ming Jia mainly investigates Combustion, Ignition system, Diesel fuel, Homogeneous charge compression ignition and Automotive engineering. His work carried out in the field of Combustion brings together such families of science as Range and Analytical chemistry. Ignition system is a subfield of Thermodynamics that he studies.
His work on Octane is typically connected to Correlation coefficient as part of general Thermodynamics study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Diesel fuel research focuses on NOx and how it connects with Ignition timing. His study in the fields of Diesel spray, Diesel engine and Common rail under the domain of Automotive engineering overlaps with other disciplines such as Interaction model.
Ming Jia mostly deals with Combustion, Mechanics, Ignition system, Diesel fuel and Thermodynamics. His research on Combustion frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Automotive engineering. His research in Automotive engineering intersects with topics in Thermal efficiency and Range.
His research investigates the link between Ignition system and topics such as Chemical engineering that cross with problems in Biodiesel. His Diesel fuel study incorporates themes from Diesel engine and Analytical chemistry. His study in NOx is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thrust specific fuel consumption and Waste management.
His primary scientific interests are in Combustion, Mechanics, Ignition system, Diesel fuel and Heat transfer. His study in the field of NOx, Soot and Thermal efficiency also crosses realms of Environmental science. His study looks at the relationship between Mechanics and topics such as Nozzle, which overlap with Flow, Drag, Volume of fluid method and Cavitation.
His Ignition system research integrates issues from Automotive engineering, Fuel efficiency, Exhaust gas recirculation, Analytical chemistry and Chemical engineering. His studies in Diesel fuel integrate themes in fields like Syngas, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and Diesel engine. His research investigates the connection between Heat transfer and topics such as Boundary layer that intersect with issues in Superheating.
Combustion, Ignition system, Diesel fuel, Mechanics and Fuel efficiency are his primary areas of study. His work on Homogeneous charge compression ignition as part of general Combustion study is frequently linked to Environmental science, bridging the gap between disciplines. As part of the same scientific family, Ming Jia usually focuses on Homogeneous charge compression ignition, concentrating on Laminar flow and intersecting with Turbulent Prandtl number and Prandtl number.
His Ignition system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soot, Exhaust gas recirculation, Gasoline, Automotive engineering and NOx. The concepts of his Diesel fuel study are interwoven with issues in Process engineering, Diesel engine, Thermal efficiency and Analytical chemistry. Ming Jia combines subjects such as Biodiesel, Chemical engineering and Unburned hydrocarbon with his study of Diesel engine.
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Enhancement on a Skeletal Kinetic Model for Primary Reference Fuel Oxidation by Using a Semidecoupling Methodology
Yao-Dong Liu;Ming Jia;Mao-Zhao Xie;Bin Pang.
Energy & Fuels (2012)
Numerical study on the combustion and emission characteristics of a methanol/diesel reactivity controlled compression ignition (RCCI) engine
Yaopeng Li;Ming Jia;Yaodong Liu;Maozhao Xie.
Applied Energy (2013)
A chemical kinetics model of iso-octane oxidation for HCCI engines
Ming Jia;Maozhao Xie.
Parametric study and optimization of a RCCI (reactivity controlled compression ignition) engine fueled with methanol and diesel
Yaopeng Li;Ming Jia;Yachao Chang;Yaodong Liu.
The effect of injection timing and intake valve close timing on performance and emissions of diesel PCCI engine with a full engine cycle CFD simulation
Ming Jia;Maozhao Xie;Tianyou Wang;Zhijun Peng.
Applied Energy (2011)
Combustion and particle number emissions of a direct injection spark ignition engine operating on ethanol/gasoline and n-butanol/gasoline blends with exhaust gas recirculation
Zhijin Zhang;Tianyou Wang;Ming Jia;Qun Wei.
A reduced toluene reference fuel chemical kinetic mechanism for combustion and polycyclic-aromatic hydrocarbon predictions
Hu Wang;Hu Wang;Mingfa Yao;Zongyu Yue;Ming Jia.
Combustion and Flame (2015)
Development of a new skeletal mechanism for n-decane oxidation under engine-relevant conditions based on a decoupling methodology
Yachao Chang;Ming Jia;Yaodong Liu;Yaopeng Li.
Combustion and Flame (2013)
Thermodynamic energy and exergy analysis of three different engine combustion regimes
Yaopeng Li;Yaopeng Li;Ming Jia;Yachao Chang;Sage L. Kokjohn.
Applied Energy (2016)
Development of a reduced n-dodecane-PAH mechanism and its application for n-dodecane soot predictions
Hu Wang;Youngchul Ra;Ming Jia;Rolf D. Reitz.
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