Mitra Hartmann

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Reforming of logistic transportation fuels such as gasoline and diesel by catalytic partial oxidation (CPOX) to hydrogen or synthesis gas has gained significant attention due to its potential to provide the fuel for on-board and on-site fuel cells using the existing infrastructure [1–5]. Using rhodium catalysts, high yields of hydrogen ðY H 2 > 90%Þ can be(More)
Our study focuses on the automated generation of detailed gas phase reaction mechanisms for the partial oxidation of iso-octane. The automatically generated mechanism is firstly coupled with a manually written C1-C4 mechanism and validated with respect to ignition delay times from shock tube experiments at different conditions. Besides, coupling of the(More)
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