Robert L. McCormick undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Atmospheric sciences and Climatology in his work. He combines Climatology and Climate change in his research. Robert L. McCormick conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Climate change and Atmospheric sciences through his works. Meteorology is closely attributed to Turbulence in his study. His research ties Meteorology and Turbulence together. His study connects Turbidity and Oceanography. His research combines Oceanography and Turbidity. His Atmospheric dust research extends to the thematically linked field of Aerosol. His work on Atmospheric dust is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Aerosol.
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Combustion of fat and vegetable oil derived fuels in diesel engines
Michael S. Graboski;Robert L. McCormick.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (1998)
Impact of biodiesel source material and chemical structure on emissions of criteria pollutants from a heavy-duty engine.
R L McCormick;M S Graboski;T L Alleman;A M Herring.
Environmental Science & Technology (2001)
Engine Performance of Biodiesel Fuel Prepared from Soybean Soapstock: A High Quality Renewable Fuel Produced from a Waste Feedstock‖
Michael J. Haas;Karen M. Scott;Teresa L. Alleman;Robert L. Mccormick.
Energy & Fuels (2001)
Evaluation of formulation strategies to eliminate the biodiesel NOx effect
James P. Szybist;André L. Boehman;Joshua D. Taylor;Robert L. McCormick.
Fuel Processing Technology (2005)
Several factors affecting the stability of biodiesel in standard accelerated tests
R.L. McCormick;M. Ratcliff;L. Moens;R. Lawrence.
Fuel Processing Technology (2007)
Renewable Oxygenate Blending Effects on Gasoline Properties
Earl Christensen;Janet Yanowitz;Matthew Ratcliff;Robert L. McCormick.
Energy & Fuels (2011)
In-Use Emissions from Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicles
Janet Yanowitz;Robert L. McCormick;Michael S. Graboski.
Environmental Science & Technology (2000)
A perspective on oxygenated species in the refinery integration of pyrolysis oil
Michael S. Talmadge;Robert M. Baldwin;Mary J. Biddy;Robert L. McCormick.
Green Chemistry (2014)
Preparation and characterization of Pd-Cu composite membranes for hydrogen separation
Fernando Roa;J.Douglas Way;Robert L. McCormick;Stephen N. Paglieri.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2003)
Effects of Biodiesel Blends on Vehicle Emissions: Fiscal Year 2006 Annual Operating Plan Milestone 10.4
R. L. McCormick;A. Williams;J. Ireland;R. R. Hayes.
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