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Ming Jia
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Enhancement on a skeletal kinetic model for primary reference fuel oxidation by using a semidecoupling methodology
YD Liu, M Jia, MZ Xie, B Pang
Energy & Fuels 26 (12), 7069-7083, 2012
3362012
Numerical study on the combustion and emission characteristics of a methanol/diesel reactivity controlled compression ignition (RCCI) engine
Y Li, M Jia, Y Liu, M Xie
Applied energy 106, 184-197, 2013
2762013
A reduced toluene reference fuel chemical kinetic mechanism for combustion and polycyclic-aromatic hydrocarbon predictions
H Wang, M Yao, Z Yue, M Jia, RD Reitz
Combustion and Flame 162 (6), 2390-2404, 2015
2162015
Parametric study and optimization of a RCCI (reactivity controlled compression ignition) engine fueled with methanol and diesel
Y Li, M Jia, Y Chang, Y Liu, M Xie, T Wang, L Zhou
Energy 65, 319-332, 2014
2042014
Development of a new skeletal mechanism for n-decane oxidation under engine-relevant conditions based on a decoupling methodology
Y Chang, M Jia, Y Liu, Y Li, M Xie
Combustion and Flame 160 (8), 1315-1332, 2013
1962013
Combustion and particle number emissions of a direct injection spark ignition engine operating on ethanol/gasoline and n-butanol/gasoline blends with exhaust gas recirculation
Z Zhang, T Wang, M Jia, Q Wei, X Meng, G Shu
Fuel 130, 177-188, 2014
1852014
Development of a skeletal mechanism for diesel surrogate fuel by using a decoupling methodology
Y Chang, M Jia, Y Li, Y Liu, M Xie, H Wang, RD Reitz
Combustion and flame 162 (10), 3785-3802, 2015
1822015
The effect of injection timing and intake valve close timing on performance and emissions of diesel PCCI engine with a full engine cycle CFD simulation
M Jia, M Xie, T Wang, Z Peng
Applied Energy 88 (9), 2967-2975, 2011
1792011
A chemical kinetics model of iso-octane oxidation for HCCI engines
M Jia, M Xie
Fuel 85 (17-18), 2593-2604, 2006
1762006
Thermodynamic energy and exergy analysis of three different engine combustion regimes
Y Li, M Jia, Y Chang, SL Kokjohn, RD Reitz
Applied Energy 180, 849-858, 2016
1542016
Development of a reduced n-dodecane-PAH mechanism and its application for n-dodecane soot predictions
H Wang, Y Ra, M Jia, RD Reitz
Fuel 136, 25-36, 2014
1542014
Development of a new skeletal chemical kinetic model of toluene reference fuel with application to gasoline surrogate fuels for computational fluid dynamics engine simulation
YD Liu, M Jia, MZ Xie, B Pang
Energy & fuels 27 (8), 4899-4909, 2013
1282013
Experimental and modeling study of liquid fuel injection and combustion in diesel engines with a common rail injection system
L Xu, XS Bai, M Jia, Y Qian, X Qiao, X Lu
Applied energy 230, 287-304, 2018
1252018
Multiple-objective optimization of methanol/diesel dual-fuel engine at low loads: A comparison of reactivity controlled compression ignition (RCCI) and direct dual fuel…
Y Li, M Jia, L Xu, XS Bai
Fuel 262, 116673, 2020
1102020
Towards a comprehensive optimization of engine efficiency and emissions by coupling artificial neural network (ANN) with genetic algorithm (GA)
Y Li, M Jia, X Han, XS Bai
Energy 225, 120331, 2021
1042021
Towards a comprehensive understanding of the influence of fuel properties on the combustion characteristics of a RCCI (reactivity controlled compression ignition) engine
Y Li, M Jia, Y Chang, M Xie, RD Reitz
Energy 99, 69-82, 2016
1022016
Neural network prediction of biodiesel kinematic viscosity at 313 K
X Meng, M Jia, T Wang
Fuel 121, 133-140, 2014
982014
Development of a new spray/wall interaction model for diesel spray under PCCI-engine relevant conditions
Y Zhang, M Jia, H Liu, M Xie, T Wang, L Zhou
Atomization and sprays 24 (1), 2014
982014
Numerical simulation of cavitation in the conical-spray nozzle for diesel premixed charge compression ignition engines
M Jia, M Xie, H Liu, WH Lam, T Wang
Fuel 90 (8), 2652-2661, 2011
912011
Development of a skeletal oxidation mechanism for biodiesel surrogate
Y Chang, M Jia, Y Li, Y Zhang, M Xie, H Wang, RD Reitz
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 35 (3), 3037-3044, 2015
872015
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