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CBET Program 1407 Research Highlights


Combustion, Fire, and Plasma Systems

Program Director:   Arvind Atreya

Listed below are selected Research Highlights from this program:

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and Link to Abstract

  Simplified Title
and Link to Research Highlights

[More Research Highlight Pages/Links Coming Soon]
FY 2012
* Marshall, Andre
University of Maryland College Park
  Unraveling Fire Suppression Sprays
FY 2008
* Boehman, Andre
Pennsylvania State University
  Cleaning up Diesel Exhausts
by Understanding Nanoreactivity
* Tse, Stephen - 1
Tse, Stephen - 2
Rutgers University
New Brunswick
  Making Nanotubes and Nanowires
with Flames
FY 2007
* Ghosal, Sandip
Northwestern University
  Flames on Edge!
FY 2006
* DesJardin, Paul
SUNY at Buffalo
  CAREER: High Fidelity Numerical Modeling and Simulation of Fire Suppression
* Kyritsis, Dimitrios
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  CAREER: Reactive Fluid Mechanics of Mesoscale Hydrocarbon-based Power Generation
* Pantoya, Michelle
Texas Tech University
  A Nanoparticle with a Big Bang


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