Jerald Caton
Jerald Caton
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Oxides of nitrogen emissions from biodiesel-fuelled diesel engines
J Sun, JA Caton, TJ Jacobs
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 36 (6), 677-695, 2010
3502010
On the destruction of availability (exergy) due to combustion processes—with specific application to internal-combustion engines
JA Caton
Energy 25 (11), 1097-1117, 2000
2312000
A Review of Investigations Using the Second-Law of Thermodynamics to Study Internal-Combustion Engines
JA Caton
Journal of Engines 109, 1242-1266, 2001
1782001
Comparison of nitric oxide removal by cyanuric acid and by ammonia
JA Caton, DL Siebers
Combustion Science and Technology 65 (4-6), 277-293, 1989
1441989
An investigation of a cause of backfire and its control due to crevice volumes in a hydrogen fueled engine
JT Lee, YY Kim, CW Lee, JA Caton
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 123 (1), 204-210, 2001
1232001
Natural gas autoignition under diesel conditions: experiments and chemical kinetic modeling
JD Naber, DL Siebers, CK Westbrook, JA Caton, SS Di Julio
SAE transactions, 1735-1753, 1994
1051994
An experimental and analytical study of heat transfer in an engine exhaust port
JA Caton, JB Heywood
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 24 (4), 581-595, 1981
981981
The thermodynamic characteristics of high efficiency, internal-combustion engines
JA Caton
Energy Conversion and Management 58, 84-93, 2012
952012
The development of a dual-Injection hydrogen-fueled engine with high power and high efficiency
YY Kim, JT Lee, JA Caton
J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power 128 (1), 203-212, 2006
952006
Second law analysis of a low temperature combustion diesel engine: effect of injection timing and exhaust gas recirculation
J Zheng, JA Caton
Energy 38 (1), 78-84, 2012
912012
Removal of nitric oxide from exhaust gas with cyanuric acid
DL Siebers, JA Caton
Combustion and Flame 79 (1), 31-46, 1990
801990
A Cycle Simulation Including the Second Law of Thermodynamics for a Spark-Ignition Engine: Implications of theUse of Multiple-Zones for Combustion
JA Caton
Journal of Engines 111 (3), 281-299, 2003
77*2003
Evaluation of the equivalence ratio-temperature region of diesel soot precursor formation using a two-stage Lagrangian model
LM Pickett, JA Caton, MPB Musculus, AE Lutz
International Journal of Engine Research 7 (5), 349-370, 2006
732006
Operating characteristics of a spark-ignition engine using the second law of thermodynamics: effects of speed and load
JA Caton
SAE Technical Paper, 2000
662000
Implications of fuel selection for an SI engine: Results from the first and second laws of thermodynamics
JA Caton
Fuel 89 (11), 3157-3166, 2010
592010
The selective non‐catalytic reduction of nitric oxide using ammonia at up to 15% oxygen
JA Caton, JK Narney, HC Cariappa, WR Laster
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 73 (3), 345-350, 1995
571995
An introduction to thermodynamic cycle simulations for internal combustion engines
JA Caton
John Wiley & Sons, 2015
542015
Development of a PEM stack and performance analysis including the effects of water content in the membrane and cooling method
YH Park, JA Caton
Journal of Power Sources 179 (2), 584-591, 2008
542008
A multiple-zone cycle simulation for spark-ignition engines: thermodynamic details
JA Caton
Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Technical Conference 80142, 41-58, 2001
542001
Combustion phasing for maximum efficiency for conventional and high efficiency engines
JA Caton
Energy conversion and management 77, 564-576, 2014
532014
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