Salvador M. Aceves mostly deals with Homogeneous charge compression ignition, Combustion, Automotive engineering, Ignition system and Process engineering. His research integrates issues of Energy balance, Exhaust gas recirculation and Thermal efficiency in his study of Homogeneous charge compression ignition. His study in Combustion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Propane and Heat transfer.
His study in Internal combustion engine and Fuel efficiency falls within the category of Automotive engineering. His Ignition system study incorporates themes from Computational fluid dynamics, NOx and Compression. He has included themes like Boiling, Hcci combustion, Hydride, Hydrogen vehicle and Compressed hydrogen in his Process engineering study.
His primary areas of investigation include Homogeneous charge compression ignition, Combustion, Automotive engineering, Pressure vessel and Nuclear engineering. His research on Homogeneous charge compression ignition also deals with topics like
His Automotive engineering research incorporates themes from Hcci combustion, Autoignition temperature and Thermal efficiency. He has included themes like Hydrogen storage, Compressed hydrogen, Volume and Liquid hydrogen in his Pressure vessel study. His Nuclear engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Heat transfer, Cabin pressurization and Gasoline.
Salvador M. Aceves spends much of his time researching Pressure vessel, Nuclear engineering, Hydrogen storage, Liquid hydrogen and Cabin pressurization. His research in Pressure vessel intersects with topics in Inlet, Volume, Ambient pressure, Composite number and Compressed hydrogen. He combines subjects such as Refrigeration, Compressed hydrogen tube trailer, Gasoline, Electric power and Homogeneous charge compression ignition with his study of Nuclear engineering.
Homogeneous charge compression ignition and Energy balance are commonly linked in his work. His study looks at the intersection of Hydrogen storage and topics like Composite material with Compressed natural gas. His Cabin pressurization research includes elements of Capital cost, Automotive engineering, Heat transfer and Dissipation.
Salvador M. Aceves mainly focuses on Pressure vessel, Nuclear engineering, Waste management, Liquid hydrogen and Hydrogen storage. His Pressure vessel research includes themes of Work, Volume, Cascade, Trailer and Glass fiber. The various areas that Salvador M. Aceves examines in his Nuclear engineering study include Refrigeration, Durability, Cabin pressurization and Compressed hydrogen tube trailer.
Within one scientific family, Salvador M. Aceves focuses on topics pertaining to Heat exchanger under Waste management, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Electricity generation and Ignition system. His Exhaust gas study incorporates themes from Combustion, Energy balance, Ethanol fuel, Biofuel and Homogeneous charge compression ignition. Salvador M. Aceves performs integrative Homogeneous charge compression ignition and Simulation software research in his work.
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A Multi-Zone Model for Prediction of HCCI Combustion and Emissions
Salvador M. Aceves;Daniel L. Flowers;Charles K. Westbrook;J. Ray Smith.
SAE transactions (2000)
The Potential of HCCI Combustion for High Efficiency and Low Emissions
Kathi Epping;Salvador Aceves;Richard Bechtold;John E. Dec.
Future Car Congress (2002)
A fully coupled computational fluid dynamics and multi-zone model with detailed chemical kinetics for the simulation of premixed charge compression ignition engines
A Babajimopoulos;D N Assanis;D L Flowers;S M Aceves.
International Journal of Engine Research (2005)
Demonstrating direct use of wet ethanol in a homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) engine
J. Hunter Mack;Salvador M. Aceves;Robert W. Dibble.
High-density automotive hydrogen storage with cryogenic capable pressure vessels
Salvador M. Aceves;Francisco Espinosa-Loza;Elias Ledesma-Orozco;Timothy O. Ross.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2010)
HCCI Engine Control by Thermal Management
Joel Martinez-Frias;Salvador M. Aceves;Daniel Flowers;J. Ray Smith.
SAE transactions (2000)
Vehicular storage of hydrogen in insulated pressure vessels
Salvador M. Aceves;Gene D. Berry;Joel Martinez-Frias;Francisco Espinosa-Loza.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2006)
Compression Ratio Effect on Methane HCCI Combustion
S. M. Aceves;J. R. Smith;C. K. Westbrook;W. J. Pitz.
Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power-transactions of The Asme (1999)
A Decoupled Model of Detailed Fluid Mechanics Followed by Detailed Chemical Kinetics for Prediction of Iso-Octane HCCI Combustion
Salvador M. Aceves;Joel Martinez-Frias;Daniel L. Flowers;J. Ray Smith.
SAE International Fall Fuels & Lubricants Meeting & Exhibition (2001)
A natural gas-assisted steam electrolyzer for high-efficiency production of hydrogen
Joel Martinez-Frias;Ai-Quoc Pham;Salvador M. Aceves.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2003)
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