Combustion Theory and Modelling

(The TQCC of Combustion Theory and Modelling is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
On the evaluation of crude oil oxidation during thermogravimetry by generalised regression neural network and gene expression programming: application to thermal enhanced oil recovery20
A new preferential diffusion model applied to FGM simulations of hydrogen flames15
Experimental study and thermodynamic analysis of coal spontaneous combustion characteristics14
Numerical and theoretical investigation of ethanol/air flame instability13
NH3 vs. CH4 autoignition: A comparison of chemical dynamics13
A technique for characterising feature size and quality of manifolds11
Large-eddy simulation of tri-fuel ignition: diesel spray-assisted ignition of lean hydrogen–methane–air mixtures11
Neural network PID control for combustion instability10
An extended flame index partitioning for partially premixed combustion10
Exploring active subspace for neural network prediction of oscillating combustion9
Explosion characteristics and energy utilisation of coal mine ultra-lean methane9
Data-driven subfilter modelling of thermo-diffusively unstable hydrogen–air premixed flames9
The role of composition in the combustion of n-heptane/iso-butanol mixtures: experiments and detailed modelling9
Numerical simulation of the influence of vent conditions on the characteristics of hydrogen explosion in confined space9
Numerical study of the stability of premixed flames propagating in half-open tubes9
Applicability of extrapolation relations for curvature and stretch rate dependences of displacement speed for statistically planar turbulent premixed flames9
Effects of fuel decomposition and stratification on the forced ignition of a static flammable mixture8
Effect of progress variable definition on the mass burning rate of premixed laminar flames predicted by the Flamelet Generated Manifold method8
Simulations of turbulent acetone spray flames using the conditional source term estimation (CSE) approach7
Compositional evolution of lignite during spontaneous combustion under low-temperature oxidation7
Effect of Taylor dispersion on the thermo-diffusive instabilities of flames in a Hele–Shaw burner7
Hotspot auto-ignition induced detonation development: emphasis on energy density and chemical reactivity7
Large eddy simulation/thickened flame model simulations of a lean partially premixed gas turbine model combustor7
A thick reaction zone model for premixed flames in two-dimensional channels7
Fully explicit formulae for flame speed in infinite and finite porous media7
Numerical study on the effect of injection pressure on high-pressure diesel spray7
Chemical dynamics of the autoignition of near-stoichiometric and rich methanol/air mixtures7
Design of combustion experiments using differential entropy6
Assessment of disparities in estimating filtered chemical reaction rates in LES using DNS of turbulent premixed flames6
Modelling of unsteady pool fires – fuel depth and pan wall effects6
Taylor-diffusion-controlled combustion in ducts6
Development of a mechanism-dynamic-selection turbulent premixed combustion model with application to gasoline engine combustion and emissions simulation6
Adjoint-based sensitivity analysis of steady char burnout6
Diffusion-controlled premixed flames6
A detailed modelling on spray atomisation and combustion of LOX/GCH4 in variable area pintle injector rocket engines6
Two-phase flow characteristics of different charging structure in ignition and flame-spreading6
The velocity and viscosity impact on the annular spray atomisation of different fuels5
Assessment of optimal reaction progress variable characteristics for partially premixed flames5
Application of machine learning in low-order manifold representation of chemistry in turbulent flames5
Improved path flux analysis mechanism reduction method for high and low temperature oxidation of hydrocarbon fuels5
Exploring subgrid-scale variance models in LES of lab-scale methane fire plumes5
Effect of sub-grid wrinkling factor modelling on the large eddy simulation of turbulent stratified combustion5
Modelling extinction/re-ignition processes in fire plumes under oxygen-diluted conditions using flamelet tabulation approaches5
Data-driven blended equations of state for condensed-phase explosives5
Efficient numerical methods for the optimisation of large kinetic reaction mechanisms5
Influence of gas and solid phase thermo-physical and transport properties on the thermo-chemical conversion of char in reacting media: intra-particle, microscopic and temporal mass loss-based sensitiv5
Investigation of conditional source-term estimation coupled with a semi-empirical model for soot predictions in two turbulent flames5
Effects of thermal expansion on Taylor dispersion-controlled diffusion flames5
Simulation of side-wall quenching of laminar premixed flames with manifold-based reduced kinetic models implemented in generalised coordinates4
Molecular level simulations of combustion processes using the DSMC method4
Flame dynamics of premixed CH4/H2/air flames in a microchannel with a wall temperature gradient4
Numerical investigation on lean methane combustion with modified effective thermal conductivity of the porous media4
Impact of a discretisation method and chemical kinetics on the accuracy of simulation of a lifted hydrogen flame4
A coupled model of composite synthesis in combustion regime4
Construction of reduced chemical mechanisms orientated toward specific applications: a case study of primary reference fuel4
Burning characteristics and soot formation in laminar methyl methacrylate pool flames4
A one-dimensional model for ion transport in a flame with two absorbing surfaces4
Sensitivity of reaction–diffusion manifolds (REDIM) method with respect to the gradient estimate4