2018 - Fellow of the Combustion Institute for excellent experiments in combustion across fundamental and applied areas, including autoignition, instabilities and turbulent flows
Simone Hochgreb focuses on Combustion, Analytical chemistry, Mechanics, Turbulence and Diffusion flame. Her work deals with themes such as Ignition system, Thermodynamics, Pyrolysis and Pulp and paper industry, which intersect with Combustion. Her Ignition system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nuclear engineering and Hydrocarbon.
Her Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Laminar flow, Atmospheric pressure, Coal, Flame speed and NOx. Her Stratification study in the realm of Mechanics connects with subjects such as Spectral density. Her Diffusion flame research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Incandescence, Laser-induced incandescence and Laser-induced fluorescence, Laser, Optics.
Simone Hochgreb mostly deals with Combustion, Mechanics, Combustor, Analytical chemistry and Turbulence. Her work in Combustion addresses subjects such as Ignition system, which are connected to disciplines such as Hydrocarbon and Cylinder. Her study in Mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Laminar flame speed, Premixed flame and Nozzle.
Her studies in Combustor integrate themes in fields like Airflow, Atmospheric pressure, Spray characteristics, Combustion chamber and NOx. Her study on Analytical chemistry also encompasses disciplines like
Her primary areas of study are Laser, Chemical engineering, Combustion, Mechanics and Laminar flow. Her research integrates issues of Grating, Helium, Scattering and Analytical chemistry in her study of Laser. She interconnects Combustor and Adiabatic flame temperature in the investigation of issues within Analytical chemistry.
Her Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Soot, Hydrogen, Diesel fuel and Biodiesel. As part of one scientific family, Simone Hochgreb deals mainly with the area of Combustion, narrowing it down to issues related to the Turbulence, and often Thermal diffusivity and Surface. She focuses mostly in the field of Laminar flow, narrowing it down to matters related to Particle image velocimetry and, in some cases, Wavelength, Flame speed, Incandescence and Laminar flame speed.
Simone Hochgreb mainly focuses on Laser, Stirling engine, Optics, Combustion and Chemical engineering. Simone Hochgreb has included themes like Particle image velocimetry, Two-phase flow, Oscillation and Laser-induced incandescence in her Optics study. Her Combustion research focuses on subjects like Turbulence, which are linked to Thermal diffusivity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Degree of unsaturation, Diesel fuel, Particulates, Volume fraction and Biofuel in addition to Chemical engineering. Simone Hochgreb integrates several fields in her works, including Energy spectrum and Mechanics. She combines subjects such as Surface and Work with her study of Mechanics.
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Rapid Compression Machines: Heat Transfer and Suppression of Corner Vortex
Daeyup Lee;Simone Hochgreb.
Combustion and Flame (1998)
An Overview of Hydrocarbon Emissions Mechanisms in Spark-Ignition Engines
Wai K. Cheng;Douglas Hamrin;John B. Heywood;Simone Hochgreb.
International Fuels & Lubricants Meeting & Exposition (1993)
Diesel Engine Combustion of Biomass Pyrolysis Oils
Alan Shihadeh;Simone Hochgreb.
Energy & Fuels (2000)
Plasma Reforming of Methane
Bromberg L;Cohn Dr;Rabinovich A;O'Brien C.
Energy & Fuels (1998)
Advances in rapid compression machine studies of low- and intermediate-temperature autoignition phenomena
S. Scott Goldsborough;Simone Hochgreb;Guillaume Vanhove;Margaret S. Wooldridge.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2017)
MECHANISMS OF PARTICULATE MATTER FORMATION IN SPARK-IGNITION ENGINES. 1: EFFECT OF ENGINE OPERATING CONDITIONS
David Kayes;Simone Hochgreb.
Environmental Science & Technology (1999)
Measurements of laminar flame speeds of liquid fuels: Jet-A1, diesel, palm methyl esters and blends using particle imaging velocimetry (PIV)
Cheng Tung Chong;Cheng Tung Chong;Simone Hochgreb.
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute (2011)
The structure of turbulent stratified and premixed methane/air flames II: Swirling flows
Mark S. Sweeney;Simone Hochgreb;Matthew J. Dunn;Robert S. Barlow.
Combustion and Flame (2012)
Application of Raman/Rayleigh/LIF diagnostics in turbulent stratified flames
R.S. Barlow;G.-H. Wang;P. Anselmo-Filho;M.S. Sweeney.
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute (2009)
Effects of preferential transport in turbulent bluff-body-stabilized lean premixed CH4/air flames
Robert S. Barlow;Matthew John Dunn;Mark S. Sweeney;Simone Hochgreb.
Combustion and Flame (2012)
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