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Search Publications by Gregory T. Linteris

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The hunt for refrigerant blends to replace R-134a

Ian H. Bell, Piotr A. Domanski, Gregory T. Linteris, Mark O. McLinden
We investigated refrigerant blends as possible low GWP (global warming potential) alternatives for R-134a in an air-conditioning application. We carried out an

Low-GWP Alternative Refrigerant Blends for HFC-134a

Piotr A. Domanski, Mark O. McLinden, Ian H. Bell, Gregory T. Linteris
The goal of this study was to identify non-flammable, non-toxic, low global-warming-potential (GWP) replacements for HFC-134a in an air-conditioning system that

Flammability: A Continuum Vs. Discrete Boundary

Gregory T. Linteris
The goals of this talk are: 1.) Understand that flammability behavior is device/configuration dependent, and 2.) Understand the features that influence the

Flame Inhibition by Potassium-Containing Compounds

Valeri I. Babushok, Gregory T. Linteris, Pol Hoorelbeke
A kinetic model of inhibition by the potassium containing compound potassium bicarbonate is suggested. The model is based on the previous work concerning

Influence of Antimony-Halogen Additives on Flame Propagation

Valeri I. Babushok, Peter Deglmann, Gregory T. Linteris, Roland H. Kraemer
A kinetic model for flame inhibition by antimony-halogen compounds in hydrocarbon flames is developed. Thermodynamic data for the relevant species are assembled

Premixed flame inhibition by CF3Br and C3H2F3Br (2-BTP)

John L. Pagliaro, Gregory T. Linteris, Nicolas Bouvet
The un-stretched burning velocities and Markstein lengths of premixed CH4- and C3H8-air flames with added C3H2F3Br (2-BTP) or CF3Br (Halon 1301), have been

Understanding Overpressure in the FAA Aerosol Can Test by C3H2F3Br (2-BTP)

Gregory T. Linteris, Valeri I. Babushok, John L. Pagliaro, Jeffrey A. Manion, Donald R. Burgess Jr., Fumiaki Takahashi, Viswanath R. Katta, Patrick T. Baker
Thermodynamic equilibrium calculations, as well as perfectly-stirred reactor (PSR) simulations with detailed reaction kinetics, are performed for a potential