2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for pioneering research on developing numerical and computational procedures to solve problems relating to chemically reacting flows especially flame structure
2010 - SIAM Fellow For the development of new methods in computational combustion and their application to problems involving hydrocarbon chemistry.
Mitchell D. Smooke mainly focuses on Diffusion flame, Laminar flow, Analytical chemistry, Thermodynamics and Mechanics. His Diffusion flame research includes elements of Gas chromatography, Quartz, Flame structure and Nonlinear boundary. His Laminar flow research includes themes of Combustion, Premixed flame, Methane, Radiative transfer and Newton's method.
His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soot, Thermocouple, Mixture fraction and Diffusion. His Thermodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Laminar flame speed, Extinction and Acetylene. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Finite difference, Boundary value problem and Curvature.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Laminar flow, Diffusion flame, Mechanics, Analytical chemistry and Combustion. His studies in Laminar flow integrate themes in fields like Rotational symmetry, Jet, Newton's method, Nonlinear system and Radiative transfer. His study in Diffusion flame is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soot, Premixed flame, Flame structure and Thermodynamics.
His Mechanics research also works with subjects such as
Laminar flow, Diffusion flame, Combustion, Soot and Analytical chemistry are his primary areas of study. His research on Laminar flow concerns the broader Mechanics. His Diffusion flame study incorporates themes from Premixed flame and Jet fuel.
His Combustion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Turbulence, Thermodynamics and Gravity. Mitchell D. Smooke has researched Soot in several fields, including Volume fraction and Radiative transfer. His work carried out in the field of Analytical chemistry brings together such families of science as Computational physics, Benzene and Laser.
Mitchell D. Smooke mainly investigates Diffusion flame, Soot, Analytical chemistry, Laminar flow and Volume fraction. The various areas that Mitchell D. Smooke examines in his Diffusion flame study include Benzene, Ethylene, Thermodynamics, Premixed flame and Methane. His research in Premixed flame focuses on subjects like Extinction, which are connected to Flame structure and Combustion.
Mitchell D. Smooke interconnects Light intensity, Temperature measurement, Pyrometer and Thin filament pyrometry in the investigation of issues within Soot. His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dimethyl ether, Quenching, Fluorescence, Molecular physics and Radiative transfer. His Laminar flow research integrates issues from Climb and Propulsion.
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Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms and Asymptotic Approximations for Methane-Air Flames: A Topical Volume
Mitchell D. Smooke.
Reduced Kinetic Mechanisms and Asymptotic Approximations for Methane-Air Flames (1991)
Computational and experimental study of soot formation in a coflow, laminar diffusion flame
M.D. Smooke;C.S. McEnally;L.D. Pfefferle;R.J. Hall.
Combustion and Flame (1999)
A comparison between numerical calculations and experimental measurements of the structure of a counterflow diffusion flame burning diluted methane in diluted air
M.D. Smooke;I.K. Puri;K. Seshadri.
Symposium (International) on Combustion (1988)
Soot formation in laminar diffusion flames
M.D. Smooke;M.B. Long;B.C. Connelly;M.B. Colket.
Combustion and Flame (2005)
An experimental and theoretical investigation of the dilution, pressure and flow-field effects on the extinction condition of methane-air-nitrogen diffusion flames
H.K. Chelliah;C.K. Law;T. Ueda;M.D. Smooke.
Symposium (International) on Combustion (1991)
Solution of Burner-Stabilized Premixed Laminar Flames by Boundary Value Methods
Mitchell D Smooke.
Journal of Computational Physics (1982)
Numerical Solution of Two-Dimensional Axisymmetric Laminar Diffusion Flames
M. D. Smooke;R. E. Mitchell;D. E. Keyes.
Combustion Science and Technology (1986)
Kinetic Modeling of the Oxidation of Ammonia in Flames
James A. Miller;Mitchell D. Smooke;Robert M. Green;Robert J. Kee.
Combustion Science and Technology (1983)
Extinction of Strained Premixed Laminar Flames With Complex Chemistry
V. Giovangigli;M. D. Smooke.
Combustion Science and Technology (1987)
Experimental and computational study of CH, CH*, and OH* in an axisymmetric laminar diffusion flame
K.T. Walsh;M.B. Long;M.A. Tanoff;M.D. Smooke.
27th Symposium (International) on Combustion (1998)
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