2022 - Research.com Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in United States Leader Award
2006 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His scientific interests lie mostly in Combustion, Homogeneous charge compression ignition, Automotive engineering, Diesel fuel and Mechanics. His Combustion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ignition system, Reactivity and Gasoline. His work deals with themes such as Nuclear engineering, Diesel cycle and Internal combustion engine, Exhaust gas recirculation, which intersect with Homogeneous charge compression ignition.
Rolf D. Reitz has researched Automotive engineering in several fields, including Octane rating, Thermal efficiency and Heavy duty diesel. The concepts of his Mechanics study are interwoven with issues in Coalescence and Thermodynamics. His Diesel engine research integrates issues from Waste management and NOx.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Combustion, Automotive engineering, Diesel engine, Diesel fuel and Homogeneous charge compression ignition. His Combustion research incorporates elements of Nuclear engineering, Waste management, Ignition system and Mechanics. Rolf D. Reitz has researched Mechanics in several fields, including Thermodynamics, Nozzle and Combustion chamber.
His work deals with themes such as Octane rating and Heavy duty diesel, which intersect with Automotive engineering. His work carried out in the field of Diesel engine brings together such families of science as Mechanical engineering, Fuel injection, Cylinder, Piston and Computational fluid dynamics. His research investigates the link between Homogeneous charge compression ignition and topics such as Internal combustion engine that cross with problems in Engine knocking.
His main research concerns Combustion, Ignition system, Diesel fuel, Automotive engineering and Homogeneous charge compression ignition. His Combustion study incorporates themes from Nuclear engineering and Waste management, Gasoline. In his research on the topic of Ignition system, Combustion chamber is strongly related with Mechanics.
Rolf D. Reitz studied Diesel fuel and Natural gas that intersect with Propane. His Octane rating research extends to the thematically linked field of Automotive engineering. Rolf D. Reitz combines subjects such as Internal combustion engine and Thermal efficiency with his study of Homogeneous charge compression ignition.
Rolf D. Reitz mainly focuses on Combustion, Ignition system, Homogeneous charge compression ignition, Diesel fuel and Automotive engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Waste management and Natural gas as well as Combustion. The Ignition system study combines topics in areas such as Mechanics, Internal combustion engine, Exhaust gas recirculation and Combustion chamber.
His Homogeneous charge compression ignition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spontaneous combustion and Nuclear engineering. His research investigates the connection between Diesel fuel and topics such as Chemical engineering that intersect with issues in NOx and Saturation. His research integrates issues of Octane rating and Gasoline in his study of Automotive engineering.
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Modeling atomization processes in high-pressure vaporizing sprays
Rolf D. Reitz.
Turbulence Modeling of Internal Combustion Engines Using RNG κ-ε Models
Z. Han;R. D. Reitz.
Combustion Science and Technology (1995)
MODELING SPRAY ATOMIZATION WITH THE KELVIN-HELMHOLTZ/RAYLEIGH-TAYLOR HYBRID MODEL
Jennifer C. Beale;Rolf D. Reitz.
Atomization and Sprays (1999)
Mechanism of atomization of a liquid jet
R. D. Reitz;F. V. Bracco.
Physics of Fluids (1982)
DROP AND SPRAY FORMATION FROM A LIQUID JET
S. P. Lin;R. D. Reitz.
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics (1998)
Modeling the Effects of Drop Drag and Breakup on Fuel Sprays
Alex B. Liu;Daniel Mather;Rolf D. Reitz.
International Congress & Exposition (1993)
Structure of High-Pressure Fuel Sprays
Rolf D. Reitz;R. Diwakar.
SAE transactions (1987)
The Development and Application of a Diesel Ignition and Combustion Model for Multidimensional Engine Simulation
Song-Charng Kong;Zhiyu Han;Rolf D. Reitz.
SAE transactions (1995)
Review of high efficiency and clean reactivity controlled compression ignition (RCCI) combustion in internal combustion engines
Rolf D. Reitz;Ganesh Duraisamy.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2015)
Fuel reactivity controlled compression ignition (RCCI): a pathway to controlled high-efficiency clean combustion
S L Kokjohn;R M Hanson;D A Splitter;R D Reitz.
International Journal of Engine Research (2011)
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