Greg Smallwood
Greg Smallwood
Principal Research Officer, National Research Council Canada (NRC)
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Laser-induced incandescence: recent trends and current questions
C Schulz, BF Kock, M Hofmann, H Michelsen, S Will, B Bougie, R Suntz, ...
Applied Physics B 83, 333-354, 2006
The chemical effects of carbon dioxide as an additive in an ethylene diffusion flame: implications for soot and NOx formation
F Liu, H Guo, GJ Smallwood, ÖL Gülder
Combustion and flame 125 (1-2), 778-787, 2001
The chemical effect of CO2 replacement of N2 in air on the burning velocity of CH4 and H2 premixed flames
F Liu, H Guo, GJ Smallwood
Combustion and flame 133 (4), 495-497, 2003
Laser-induced incandescence: Particulate diagnostics for combustion, atmospheric, and industrial applications
HA Michelsen, C Schulz, GJ Smallwood, S Will
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 51, 2-48, 2015
Determination of the soot absorption function and thermal accommodation coefficient using low-fluence LII in a laminar coflow ethylene diffusion flame
DR Snelling, F Liu, GJ Smallwood, ÖL Gülder
Combustion and flame 136 (1-2), 180-190, 2004
A calibration-independent laser-induced incandescence technique for soot measurement by detecting absolute light intensity
DR Snelling, GJ Smallwood, F Liu, ÖL Gülder, WD Bachalo
Applied optics 44 (31), 6773-6785, 2005
Spectrally resolved measurement of flame radiation to determine soot temperature and concentration
DR Snelling, KA Thomson, GJ Smallwood, OL Guider, EJ Weckman, ...
AIAA journal 40 (9), 1789-1795, 2002
Two-dimensional imaging of soot volume fraction in laminar diffusion flames
DR Snelling, KA Thomson, GJ Smallwood, ÖL Gülder
Applied optics 38 (12), 2478-2485, 1999
Soot concentration and temperature measurements in co-annular, nonpremixed CH4/air laminar flames at pressures up to 4 MPa
KA Thomson, ÖL Gülder, EJ Weckman, RA Fraser, GJ Smallwood, ...
Combustion and Flame 140 (3), 222-232, 2005
The effect of hydrogen addition on flammability limit and NOx emission in ultra-lean counterflow CH4/air premixed flames
H Guo, GJ Smallwood, F Liu, Y Ju, ÖL Gülder
Proceedings of the combustion institute 30 (1), 303-311, 2005
Numerical study on the influence of hydrogen addition on soot formation in a laminar ethylene–air diffusion flame
H Guo, F Liu, GJ Smallwood, ÖL Gülder
Combustion and Flame 145 (1-2), 324-338, 2006
Heat conduction from a spherical nano-particle: status of modeling heat conduction in laser-induced incandescence
F Liu, KJ Daun, DR Snelling, GJ Smallwood
Applied physics B 83, 355-382, 2006
Effects of gas and soot radiation on soot formation in a coflow laminar ethylene diffusion flame
H Guo, OL Gulder
RADIATION III. ICHMT Third International Symposium on Radiative Transfer, 2001
Deconvolution of axisymmetric flame properties using Tikhonov regularization
KJ Daun, KA Thomson, F Liu, GJ Smallwood
Applied optics 45 (19), 4638-4646, 2006
Flame front surface characteristics in turbulent premixed propane/air combustion
ÖL Gülder, GJ Smallwood, R Wong, DR Snelling, R Smith, ...
Combustion and Flame 120 (4), 407-416, 2000
Numerical modelling of soot formation and oxidation in laminar coflow non-smoking and smoking ethylene diffusion flames
F Liu, H Guo, GJ Smallwood, ÖL Gülder
Combustion Theory and Modelling 7 (2), 301, 2003
Views on the structure of transient diesel sprays
GJ Smallwood, OL Gulder
Atomization and Sprays 10 (3-5), 2000
Modeling of soot aggregate formation and size distribution in a laminar ethylene/air coflow diffusion flame with detailed PAH chemistry and an advanced sectional aerosol …
Q Zhang, H Guo, F Liu, GJ Smallwood, MJ Thomson
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 32 (1), 761-768, 2009
Inner cutoff scale of flame surface wrinkling in turbulent premixed flames
ÖL Gülder, GJ Smallwood
Combustion and flame 103 (1-2), 107-114, 1995
Effects of radiation model on the modeling of a laminar coflow methane/air diffusion flame
F Liu, H Guo, GJ Smallwood
Combustion and Flame 138 (1-2), 136-154, 2004
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