Scope Note: Combustion is defined as the burning of a fuel and oxidant to produce heat and/or work. It is the major energy release mechanism in the Earth and key to humankind's existence. Combustion includes thermal, hydrodynamic, and chemical processes. It starts with the mixing of fuel and oxidant, and sometimes in the presence of other species or catalysts.

  1. Transient growth of flow disturbances in triggering a Rijke tube combustion instability. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  2. Determination of toxic products released in combustion of pesticides. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  3. Accelerating multi-dimensional combustion simulations using GPU and hybrid explicit/implicit ODE integration. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  4. A simple analytical model to study and control azimuthal instabilities in annular combustion chambers. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  5. Transition characteristics of combustion modes for flame spread in solid fuel tube. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  6. A non-premixed combustion model based on flame structure analysis at supercritical pressures. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  7. A wide range kinetic modeling study of pyrolysis and oxidation of methyl butanoate and methyl decanoate – Note II: Lumped kinetic model of decomposition and combustion of methyl esters up to methyl decanoate. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  8. A comprehensive chemical kinetic combustion model for the four butanol isomers. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  9. Detailed kinetic modeling of the combustion of the four butanol isomers in premixed low-pressure flames. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
  10. Iron ore as oxygen carrier improved with potassium for chemical looping combustion of anthracite coal. [Retrieved July 26, 2012].
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