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Mild Ignition Phenomena in Rapid Compression Machines

@inproceedings{Grogan2015MildIP,
  title={Mild Ignition Phenomena in Rapid Compression Machines},
  author={K. Grogan and S. S. Goldsborough and M. Ihme},
  year={2015}
}
Rapid compression machines (RCMs) [1] are commonly used to study fuel decomposition and ignition behavior at elevated temperature and pressure conditions that are representative of combustion engine environments. RCMs are designed to isolate chemical kinetic phenomena from other complex processes that occur within the combustion chamber during engine operation. There is a long history of development of RCMs, and modern configurations are generally well-characterized over a range of conditions… Expand
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