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Fengshan Liu

Fengshan Liu
National Research Council, Canada

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Professional (scientific) interests

Soot formation modelling; Soot diagnostics; Radiative heat transfer; Radiative properties of fractal aggregates; Laminar flames; Measurements of engine particulate emissions


1991  Ph.D., Combustion Engineering, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
1986  B.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, China

 Publications (Selected)

1. Doner, N., Pargan, A. R., Aygahoglu, A., Liu, F., Sen, F. (2019). Radiative properties of hematite particles in the UV-visible spectrum. International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 139, 79–87. doi: 

2. Bonnety, J., Guibaud, A., Jalain, R., Matynia, A., Consalvi, J.-L., Liu, F., Legros, G. (2019). Probing the local radiative quenching during the transition from a non-smoking to a smoking laminar coflow ethylene/air non-premixed flame. Combustion and Flame, 203, 120–129. doi: 

3. Kez, V., Consalvi, J.-L., Liu, F., Gronarz, T., Ströhle, J., Kneer, R., Epple, B. (2019). Investigation of gas and particle radiation modelling in wet oxy-coal combustion atmospheres. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 133, 1026–1040. doi: 

4. Yuan, H., Kong, W., Liu, F., Chen, D. (2019). Study on soot nucleation and growth from PAHs and some reactive species at flame temperatures by ReaxFF molecular dynamics. Chemical Engineering Science, 195, 748–757. doi: 

5. Xu, H., Liu, F., Sun, S., Meng, S., Zhao, Y. (2019). A systematic numerical study of the laminar burning velocity of iso-octane/syngas/air mixtures. Chemical Engineering Science, 195, 598–608. doi: 

6. Yon, J., Liu, F., Morán, J., Fuentes, A. (2019). Impact of the primary particle polydispersity on the radiative properties of soot aggregates. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 37 (1), 1151–1159. doi: 

7. Cortés, D., Morán, J., Liu, F., Escudero, F., Consalvi, J.-L., Fuentes, A. (2018). Effect of Fuels and Oxygen Indices on the Morphology of Soot Generated in Laminar Coflow Diffusion Flames. Energy & Fuels, 32 (11), 11802–11813. doi: