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Perrine Pepiot
Perrine Pepiot
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University
Verified email at cornell.edu
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An efficient error-propagation-based reduction method for large chemical kinetic mechanisms
P Pepiot-Desjardins, H Pitsch
Combustion and Flame 154 (1-2), 67-81, 2008
9072008
Structural group analysis for soot reduction tendency of oxygenated fuels
P Pepiot-Desjardins, H Pitsch, R Malhotra, SR Kirby, AL Boehman
Combustion and Flame 154 (1-2), 191-205, 2008
3622008
A chemical mechanism for low to high temperature oxidation of n-dodecane as a component of transportation fuel surrogates
K Narayanaswamy, P Pepiot, H Pitsch
Combustion and Flame 161 (4), 866-884, 2014
2362014
An automatic chemical lumping method for the reduction of large chemical kinetic mechanisms
P Pepiot-Desjardins, H Pitsch
Combustion Theory and Modelling 12 (6), 1089-1108, 2008
1602008
A component library framework for deriving kinetic mechanisms for multi-component fuel surrogates: Application for jet fuel surrogates
K Narayanaswamy, H Pitsch, P Pepiot
Combustion and Flame 165, 288-309, 2016
1422016
Systematic reduction of large chemical mechanisms
P Pepiot, H Pitsch
4th Joint Meeting of the US Sections of the Combustion Institute 2123, 2005, 2005
1092005
Numerical analysis of the dynamics of two-and three-dimensional fluidized bed reactors using an Euler–Lagrange approach
P Pepiot, O Desjardins
Powder Technology 220, 104-121, 2012
1002012
Biomass pyrolysis and gasification of varying particle sizes in a fluidized-bed reactor
KR Gaston, MW Jarvis, P Pepiot, KM Smith, WJ Frederick Jr, MR Nimlos
Energy & fuels 25 (8), 3747-3757, 2011
992011
A chemical mechanism for low to high temperature oxidation of methylcyclohexane as a component of transportation fuel surrogates
K Narayanaswamy, H Pitsch, P Pepiot
Combustion and Flame 162 (4), 1193-1213, 2015
892015
Current research on thermochemical conversion of biomass at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
RM Baldwin, KA Magrini-Bair, MR Nimlos, P Pepiot, BS Donohoe, ...
Applied catalysis B: environmental 115, 320-329, 2012
742012
Numerical characterization and modeling of particle clustering in wall-bounded vertical risers
J Capecelatro, P Pepiot, O Desjardins
Chemical Engineering Journal 245, 295-310, 2014
702014
Automatic strategies to model transportation fuel surrogates
P Pepiot
Stanford University, 2008
542008
Droplet combustion characteristics of algae-derived renewable diesel, conventional# 2 diesel, and their mixtures
Y Xu, I Keresztes, AM Condo Jr, D Phillips, P Pepiot, CT Avedisian
Fuel 167, 295-305, 2016
492016
Prediction of flame structure and pollutant formation of Sandia flame D using Large Eddy Simulation with direct integration of chemical kinetics
T Jaravel, E Riber, B Cuenot, P Pepiot
Combustion and Flame 188, 180-198, 2018
442018
A fully automatic procedure for the analytical reduction of chemical kinetics mechanisms for computational fluid dynamics applications
Q Cazères, P Pepiot, E Riber, B Cuenot
Fuel 303, 121247, 2021
432021
A pre-partitioned adaptive chemistry methodology for the efficient implementation of combustion chemistry in particle PDF methods
Y Liang, SB Pope, P Pepiot
Combustion and Flame 162 (9), 3236-3253, 2015
432015
Computational fluid dynamics modeling of biomass gasification and pyrolysis
P Pepiot, CJ Dibble, TD Foust
Computational modeling in lignocellulosic biofuel production, 273-298, 2010
422010
A conceptual model of the flame stabilization mechanisms for a lifted Diesel-type flame based on direct numerical simulation and experiments
F Tagliante, T Poinsot, LM Pickett, P Pepiot, LM Malbec, G Bruneaux, ...
Combustion and Flame 201, 65-77, 2019
342019
Numerical investigation and modeling of reacting gas-solid flows in the presence of clusters
J Capecelatro, P Pepiot, O Desjardins
Chemical Engineering Science 122, 403-415, 2015
312015
Including analytically reduced chemistry (ARC) in CFD applications
A Felden, P Pepiot, L Esclapez, E Riber, B Cuenot
Acta Astronautica 158, 444-459, 2019
272019
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