Publications

Publications by Dr. Patrick Lynch

Peer Reviewed Articles

  1. M. Tao, P.T. Lynch and P. Zhao, “Kinetic Modeling of Ignition in Miniature Shock Tube”, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 2019 In Press. doi: 10.1016/j.proci.2018.05.048
  2. R.S. Tranter, J. B. Randazzo, P.T. Lynch, J. P. A. Lockhart, X. Chen, and C. F. Goldsmith, “High Temperature Pyrolysis of 2-Methyl Furan” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 20 2018, 10826-37. doi: 10.1039/C7CP07775K
  3. M. Tao, A. Laich, P.T. Lynch, and P. Zhao, “On the Interpretation and Correlation of High Temperature Ignition Delays in Reactors with Varying Thermodynamic Conditions” International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 50(6) 2018, 410-424. doi: 10.1002/kin.21170
  4. P.T. Lynch, “Note: An Improved Solenoid Driver Valve For Miniature Shock Tubes” Review of Scientific Instruments 87 2016 056110. doi:10.1063/1.4953115
  5. P. T. Lynch, G. Wang “Chemical Thermometry in Miniature HRRST using 1,1,1-Trifluoroethane Dissociation” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 36 2017, 307-314. doi:10.1016/j.proci.2016.05.057
  6. P. T. Lynch, T. P. Troy, M. Ahmed, R. S. Tranter “Probing Combustion Chemistry in a Miniature Shock Tube with Synchrotron VUV Photo Ionization Mass Spectrometry” Analytical Chemistry, 87(4) 2015, 2345-2352. doi: 10.1021/ac5041633
  7. P. T. Lynch, C. J. Annesley, R.S. Tranter, “Dissociation of ortho-Benzyne Radicals in the High Temperature Fall-off Regime,” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 35(1) 2015, 148-152. doi: 10.1016/j.proci.2014.05.049
  8. R. S. Tranter, P. T. Lynch, “A Miniature High Repetition Rate Shock Tube,” Review of Scientific Instruments, 84(9) 2013, 094102. doi:10.1063/1.4820917
  9. A. Fridlyand, P. Lynch, R. S. Tranter, K. Brezinsky, “Single Pulse Shock Tube Study of Allyl Radical Recombination,” J. Phys. Chem. A, 117(23) 2013, 4762-4776. doi:10.1021/jp402391n
  10. P. Lynch, C. Annesley, C. Aul, X. Yang, and R. Tranter, “Recombination of Allyl Radicals in the High Temperature Fall-off Regime,” J. Phys. Chem. A, 117(23) 2013 4750-4761. doi:10.1021/jp402484v
  11. J. Mott Peuker, P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac “On AlO Emission Spectroscopy as a Diagnostic in Energetic Materials Testing” Propellants, Explosives, and Pyrotechnics 38(4) 2013, 577-585. doi:10.1002/prep.201200144
  12. R. Tranter, P. Lynch, and C. Annesley, “A Shock Tube Investigation of CH3 + CH3OCH3,” J. Phys. Chem. A, 116 (27), 2012 7287–7292. doi:10.1021/jp302761b
  13. R. Tranter, P. Lynch, and X. Yang, “Dissociation of Dimethyl Ether at High Temperatures,” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 34 2012, 591-598. doi: 10.1016/j.proci.2012.05.021
  14. P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, “Micro-alumina Particle Volatilization Temperature Measurements in a Heterogeneous Shock Tube,” Combustion and Flame 159(2) 2011 793-801. doi:10.1016/j.combustflame.2011.07.023
  15. P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, “Emissivity Measurements of Aluminum Oxide at Elevated Temperature,” AIAA Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 24(2), 2010, 301-308. doi: 10.2514/1.43853
  16. P. Lynch, G. Fiore, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, “Gas-phase Reactions in the Combustion of Nano-aluminum,” Combustion Science Technology, 182(7), 2010, 842-857. doi: 10.1080/00102200903341561
  17. T. Bazyn, P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, “Combustion Measurements of Fuel-Rich Aluminum and Molybdenum Oxide Nano-composite Mixtures,” Propellants, Explosives, and Pyrotechnics, 35(2), 2010, 93-99. doi:10.1002/prep.200900016.
  18. J. Mott Peuker, P. Lynch, N. Glumac, and H. Krier, “Optical Depth Measurements of Fireballs from Aluminized High Explosives,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 47(9), 2009, 1009-1015. doi:10.1016/j.optlaseng.2009.04.011
  19. P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, “A Correlation for Burn Time of Aluminum Particles in the Transition Regime,” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 32, 2009, 1887-1893. doi:10.1016/j.proci.2008.06.205

Presentations and Conference Papers

  1. R.A. Shaik, A.L. Kastengren, and P.T. Lynch, “Radically and Temporally Resolved X-Ray Densitometry in Miniature Shock Tube” Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, May 2018.
  2. M. Tao, P. Zhao, P. Lynch, “Insights on Fuel Performance in Advanced Compression Ignition Engines: Combining Engine Thermodynamic Trajectory and Fuel Ignition Delay Iso-Contour”, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, May 2018.
  3. M. Tao, P. Lynch, P. Zhao, “Chemical Kinetic Modeling of Ignition in HRRST”, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, May 2018.
  4. M. Tao, A. Laich, P.T. Lynch, and P. Zhao, “On the Interpretation and Correlation of High Temperature Ignition Delays in Reactors with Varying Thermodynamic Conditions” International Conference on Chemical Kinetics, Chicago, IL, May 2017.
  5. A.R. Laich and P.T. Lynch “Ignition Delay Time Measurements in a High Repetition Rate Shock Tube.” 10th US National Meeting on Combustion, College Park MD, April 2017.
  6. M. Tao, P. Zhao, and P.T. Lynch, “Inverse Livengood –Wu integration method for analyzing ignition delay times in reactors with varying conditions” 10th US National Meeting on Combustion, College Park MD, April 2017.
  7. J.P.A. Lockhart, P.T. Lynch, A.M. Mebel, S.J. Klippenstein, R.S. Tranter, “A Shock Tube Laser Schlieren Study of Phenyl Chloride Pyrolysis” 10th US National Meeting on Combustion, College Park MD, April 2017.
  8. P. T. Lynch, G. Wang “Chemical Thermometry in Miniature HRRST using 1,1,1-Trifluoroethane Dissociation” International Symposium on Combustion, Seoul, Korea, Aug 2016.
  9. “Chemical Thermometry in Miniature Shock Tube” P. Lynch, G. Wang, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, May 2016.
  10. “Developing a Soot Measurement System Using Shock Tube and Laser Scattering” G. Wang, P. Lynch, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical meeting, May 2016.
  11. “Species Concentrations in Miniature Engines Using Synchrotron Sourced PIMS”, G. Wang, P. Lynch, U.S. National Meeting on Combustion, May 2015, Cincinnati, OH.
  12. “Improving Chamber Homogeneity in Continuously Sampled RCM’s Through Novel Geometry Addition” G. Arroyo, P. Lynch, U.S. National Meeting on Combustion, May 2015, Cincinnati, OH.
  13. “Hard X-ray and VUV Synchrotron Experiments with a Miniature Shock Tube” R. Tranter, P. Lynch, C. Annesley, U.S. National Meeting on Combustion, May 2015, Cincinnati, OH.
  14. “A Chemical Kinetics Shock Tube for Synchrotron Studies”, R. Tranter, P. Lynch, Photon Tools for Physical Chemistry 2014, Sept 2014, Beatenberg, Switzerland.
  15. “Dissociation of ortho-Benzyne Radicals in the High Temperature Fall-off Regime” P. Lynch, C.J. Annesley, R. Tranter, International Symposium on Combustion, August 2014, San Francisco, CA.
  16. “High Repetition Rate Miniature Shock Tube for Synchrotron Based Combustion Measurements” P. Lynch, K. Lam, C. Annesley, R. Tranter, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Meeting, Mar 2014, Tulsa, OK.
  17. “Dissociation of 2-Methyl Furan at High Temperatures.” Lam, C. Annesley, P. Lynch, R. Tranter, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Meeting, Mar 2014, Tulsa, OK.
  18. “High Temperature Allyl Recombination Kinetics”  P. Lynch, C. Annesley, A, Fridlyand, K. Brezinsky, R. Tranter, US National Meeting on Combustion, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 2013.
  19. “A Shock tube laser schlieren study of cyclopentane ring opening” C. Annesley, P. Lynch, D. Garon, R. Tranter, US National Meeting on Combustion, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 2013.
  20. “High temperature sources of phenyl and benzyne radicals and their reactions” R. Tranter, P. Lynch, C. Annesley, 22nd International Symposium on Gas Kinetics, June 2012, Boulder, CO.
  21. “A Shock Tube Laser Schlieren Study of 1-Pentene dissociation” C. Annesley, P. Lynch, D. Garon, R. Tranter, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Meeting, April 2012, Dayton, OH.
  22. “Allyl Iodide Decomposition Kinetics by Laser Schlieren Densitometry” P. Lynch, C. Annesley, R. Tranter, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Meeting, April 2012, Dayton, OH.
  23. “High-Temperature Allyl Recombination Kinetics by Laser Schlieren Densitometry” P. Lynch, C. Annesley, R. Tranter, Argonne Postdoc Symposium, 23 October 2011, Argonne, IL.
  24. “High Temperature Dissociation of o-Benzyne and C6H5F” R. Tranter, P. Lynch, X. Yang, International Conference on Chemical Kinetics, 10-14 July 2011, Cambridge, MA.
  25. “High Temperature Dissociation of Dimethyl Ether in a Diaphragmless Shock Tube” X. Yang, P. Lynch, R. Tranter, 7th U.S. National Meeting on Combustion, 22 March 2011, Atlanta, GA.
  26. “Very High Temperature Measurements of Aluminum Combustion Using Optical Spectroscopy” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, 22 March 2010, Champaign, IL.
  27. “Assessing Heterogeneous Shock Tube Burntime Repeatability Using Optical Test Section” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, 22 March 2010, Champaign, IL.
  28. “Spectroscopic Measurements Inside Underwater Combustion Bubbles” L. Kingston, P. Lynch, H. Krier, N. Glumac, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, 22 March 2010, Champaign, IL.
  29. “Optical Spectroscopy of Fireballs from Metallized Reactive Materials” N. Glumac, H. Krier, P. Lynch, and J. Mott Peuker, AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting,  January 2010, Orlando, FL.
  30. “Optical Measurements Inside the Fireball of Enhanced Blast Detonations” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, 43rd CS/ 31st APS/ 25th PSHS JANNAF Joint Subcommittee Meeting, December 2009, La Jolla, CA.
  31. “Size Distribution Effects in Heterogeneous Shock Tube Burntime Experiments” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, 45th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit, Paper 2009-5053, 3-5 August 2009, Denver, CO.
  32. “Heterogeneous Shock Tube Measurements of Nano-Aluminum Combustion: A Comparison of Predictions of Various Models” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, US National Meeting on Combustion, Paper 32G4, 18-20 May 2009, Ann Arbor, MI.
  33. “The Emissivity of Micro- and Nano-Particles in Non-Reacting Environments” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Paper 2009-640, 5-8 January 2009, Orlando, FL.
  34. “The Presence of Gas Phase Species in Micro- and Nano-Aluminum Combustion” P. Lynch, G. Fiore, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Paper 2009-638, 5-8 January 2009, Orlando, FL.
  35. “A Correlation for Burn Time of Aluminum Particles in the Transition Regime” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, 32nd International Symposium on Combustion, 4-8 August 2008, Montreal, CAN.
  36. “Combustion of Aluminum Particles in the Transition Regime Between the Diffusion and Kinetic Limits ” P. Lynch, N. Glumac, and H. Krier, 44th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit, Paper 2008-5256, 21-24 July 2008, Hartford, CT.
  37. “Making Burn Time Measurements in Heterogeneous Shock Tubes” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, 4 April 2008, Tuscaloosa, AL.
  38. “Combustion Times of Aluminum in the Transition Regime” P. Lynch, H. Krier, and N. Glumac, Central States Section of the Combustion Institute Spring Technical Meeting, 4 April 2008, Tuscaloosa, AL.
  39. “Combustion of 5-μm Aluminum Particles in High Temperature, High Pressure, Water Vapor Environments” P. Lynch, N. Glumac, and H. Krier, 43rd AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference & Exhibit, Paper 2007-5643, 8-11 July 2007, Cincinnati, OH.