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Bryan W. Weber

  • Ph.D.
  • Assistant Professor in Residence
  • University of Connecticut
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  • 492CitationsNumber of citations received by Bryan W.'s publications. Updated daily.

Publications (20)

  • Autoignition of methyl propanoate and its comparisons with methyl ethanoate and methyl butanoate

    • Kumar K
    • Sung C
    • Weber B
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  • ChemKED: A Human- and Machine-Readable Data Standard for Chemical Kinetics Experiments

    • Weber B
    • Niemeyer K
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  • Experiments and modeling of the autoignition of methyl pentanoate at low to intermediate temperatures and elevated pressures in a rapid compression machine

    • Weber B
    • Bunnell J
    • Kumar K
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  • A detailed combined experimental and theoretical study on dimethyl ether/propane blended oxidation

    • Dames E
    • Rosen A
    • Weber B
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  • A detailed combined experimental and theoretical study on dimethyl ether/propane blended oxidation

    • Dames E
    • Rosen A
    • Weber B
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  • An experimental and modeling study of propene oxidation. Part 2: Ignition delay time and flame speed measurements

    • Burke S
    • Burke U
    • Mc Donagh R
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  • Autoignition study of tetralin in a rapid compression machine at elevated pressures and low-to-intermediate temperatures

    • Kukkadapu G
    • Weber B
    • Sung C
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  • On the uncertainty of temperature estimation in a rapid compression machine

    • Weber B
    • Renfro M
    • Sung C
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  • Experiments and modeling of the autoignition of methylcyclohexane at high pressure

    • Weber B
    • Pitz W
    • Mehl M
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  • High Pressure Ignition Chemistry of Alternative Fuels

    • Weber B
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  • A comprehensive experimental and modeling study of iso-pentanol combustion

    • Sarathy S
    • Park S
    • Weber B
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  • A Comprehensive Experimental and Modeling Study of iso-Pentanol Combustion

    • Sarathy S
    • Park S
    • Wang W
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  • An autoignition study of iso-butanol: Experiments and modeling

    • Weber B
    • Merchant S
    • Sung C
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  • Combustion of the Butanol Isomers: Reaction Pathways from High to Low Temperature

    • Merchant S
    • Green W
    • Van Geem K
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  • Experiments and Modeling of the Autoignition of Methyl-Cyclohexane at High Pressure

    • Weber B
    • Pitz W
    • Sung C
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  • Combustion of the butanol isomers: Reaction pathways at elevated pressure from low-to-high temperatures.

    • Harper M
    • Green W
    • Van Geem K
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  • Comparative investigation of the high pressure autoignition of the butanol isomers

    • Weber B
    • Sung C
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  • Validation of Kinetic Models of the Butanol Isomers at High Pressure using a Rapid Compression Machine

    • Weber B
    • Sung C
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  • Autoignition of n-Butanol at Elevated Pressure and Low to Intermediate Temperature

    • Weber B
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  • An Investigation of Hydrocarbon Flames using Probe Sampling and Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry

    • Weber B
    • Kumar K
    • Sung C
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