Liming Cai
Liming Cai
Institute for Combustion Technology, RWTH Aachen
Verified email at itv.rwth-aachen.de
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Optimized chemical mechanism for combustion of gasoline surrogate fuels
L Cai, H Pitsch
Combustion and flame 162 (5), 1623-1637, 2015
2232015
Experimental investigation of the laminar burning velocities of methanol, ethanol, n-propanol, and n-butanol at high pressure
J Beeckmann, L Cai, H Pitsch
Fuel 117, 340-350, 2014
1422014
Optimized reaction mechanism rate rules for ignition of normal alkanes
L Cai, H Pitsch, SY Mohamed, V Raman, J Bugler, H Curran, SM Sarathy
Combustion and Flame 173, 468-482, 2016
1022016
Experimental and numerical low-temperature oxidation study of ethanol and dimethyl ether
F Herrmann, B Jochim, P O▀wald, L Cai, H Pitsch, K Kohse-H÷inghaus
Combustion and Flame 161 (2), 384-397, 2014
842014
Ignition characteristics of a bio-derived class of saturated and unsaturated furans for engine applications
A Sudholt, L Cai, J Heyne, FM Haas, H Pitsch, FL Dryer
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 35 (3), 2957-2965, 2015
772015
Chemical kinetic study of a novel lignocellulosic biofuel: Di-n-butyl ether oxidation in a laminar flow reactor and flames
L Cai, A Sudholt, DJ Lee, FN Egolfopoulos, H Pitsch, CK Westbrook, ...
Combustion and Flame 161 (3), 798-809, 2014
752014
An experimental and modeling study of n-octanol combustion
L Cai, Y Uygun, C TogbÚ, H Pitsch, H Olivier, P Dagaut, SM Sarathy
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 35 (1), 419-427, 2015
732015
Mechanism optimization based on reaction rate rules
L Cai, H Pitsch
Combustion and flame 161 (2), 405-415, 2014
732014
Di-n-buthylether, n-octanol, and n-octane as fuel candidates for diesel engine combustion
B Kerschgens, L Cai, H Pitsch, B Heuser, S Pischinger
Combustion and Flame 163, 66-78, 2016
642016
Modeling ignition of a heptane isomer: improved thermodynamics, reaction pathways, kinetics, and rate rule optimizations for 2-methylhexane
SY Mohamed, L Cai, F Khaled, C Banyon, Z Wang, MJ Al Rashidi, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 120 (14), 2201-2217, 2016
542016
Impact of exhaust gas recirculation on ignition delay times of gasoline fuel: An experimental and modeling study
L Cai, A Ramalingam, H Minwegen, KA Heufer, H Pitsch
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 37 (1), 639-647, 2019
302019
Sensitivity analysis, uncertainty quantification, and optimization for thermochemical properties in chemical kinetic combustion models
F vom Lehn, L Cai, H Pitsch
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 37 (1), 771-779, 2019
252019
LES of n-dodecane spray combustion using a multiple representative interactive flamelets model
M Davidovic, T Falkenstein, M Bode, L Cai, S Kang, J Hinrichs, H Pitsch
Oil & Gas Science and Technology–Revue d’IFP Energies nouvelles 72 (5), 29, 2017
252017
Oxidation of 2-methylfuran and 2-methylfuran/n-heptane blends: An experimental and modeling study
R Tripathi, U Burke, AK Ramalingam, C Lee, AC Davis, L Cai, H Selim, ...
Combustion and Flame 196, 54-70, 2018
222018
An analytical approximation for low-and high-temperature autoignition for dimethyl ether–air mixtures
J Beeckmann, L Cai, A Berens, N Peters, H Pitsch
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 35 (1), 275-281, 2015
212015
Impact of thermochemistry on optimized kinetic model predictions: Auto-ignition of diethyl ether
F vom Lehn, L Cai, H Pitsch
Combustion and Flame 210, 454-466, 2019
202019
Experimental design for discrimination of chemical kinetic models for oxy-methane combustion
L Cai, S Kruse, D Felsmann, C Thies, KK Yalamanchi, H Pitsch
Energy & Fuels 31 (5), 5533-5542, 2017
182017
Experimental and numerical study of a novel biofuel: 2-Butyltetrahydrofuran
L Cai, H Minwegen, J Beeckmann, U Burke, R Tripathi, A Ramalingam, ...
Combustion and Flame 178, 257-267, 2017
152017
Auto-ignition of oxymethylene ethers (OMEn, n= 2–4) as promising synthetic e-fuels from renewable electricity: shock tube experiments and automatic mechanism generation
L Cai, S Jacobs, R Langer, F vom Lehn, KA Heufer, H Pitsch
Fuel 264, 116711, 2020
142020
Adjoint-based sensitivity analysis of quantities of interest of complex combustion models
M Lemke, L Cai, J Reiss, H Pitsch, J Sesterhenn
Combustion Theory and Modelling 23 (1), 180-196, 2019
142019
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