ROBERT F. SAWYER 

 

PUBLICATIONS, COMPLETE LIST (1959—2003)

 

Archival journal articles are in bold.

 

1.        Sawyer, R.F. (1959). IBM 704 two-dimensional trajectory program. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑59‑2. SECRET.

 

2.        Sawyer, R.F., Dreyfus, J.M., and Bowling, R.C. (1959). Optimization study for a storable light‑weight ICBM. (Joshua). Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑59‑5. SECRET.

 

3.        Sawyer, R.F. (1959). A consideration of gas generator flow rates and their effects on rocket engine performance. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑59‑7. SECRET.

 

4.        Sawyer, R.F. and Jortner, D. (1960). A lox‑hydrogen upper‑stage for Super Titan ‑‑ payload for 300 (AML) and 24 hour orbits. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑1. SECRET.

 

5.        Sawyer, R.F. and Dreyfus, J.M. (1960). Vehicle cost comparison on several light‑weight ICBM's. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑6. CONFIDENTIAL.

 

6.        Sawyer, R.F. (1960). Computer drag curves. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑9.

 

7.        Sawyer, R.F. (1960). Effects of drag upon Joshua performance. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑11. CONFIDENTIAL.

 

8.        Sawyer, R.F. (1960). Satellite boost capabilities of several missile configurations employing lox‑hydrogen final stages. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60-16. SECRET.

 

9.        Sawyer, R.F. (1960). A fluorine‑hydrogen upperstage for the Super Titan ICBM. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑17. SECRET.

 

10.     Sawyer, R.F. (1960). Velocity requirements of various missions for vehicle performance calculations. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑18.

 

11.     Sawyer, R.F. (1960). Two stage rocket vehicle optimization tables. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑19.

 

12.     Sawyer, R.F. (1960). Comparison of a monopropellant and a bipropellant for a rocket system. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑20.

 

13.     Sawyer, R.F. and Dreyfus, J.M. (1960). Propellant utilization effects on the performance of a universal military booster. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑22.

 

14.     Sawyer, R.F. (1960). Isentropic compressible flow functions. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑24.

 

15.     Sawyer, R.F. and Dreyfus, J.M. (1960). The light‑weight, unguided ballistic missile. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑25. SECRET.

 

16.     Sawyer, R.F. and Gaubatz, W.A. (1960). Propellant performance data, hydrazine/pentaborane. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑31.

 

17.     Sawyer, R.F. and Gaubatz, W.A. (1960). Propellant performance data, oxygen/hydrogen. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑32.

 

18.     Sawyer, R.F. and Gaubatz, W.A. (1960). Propellant performance data, oxygen/hydrogen at low chamber pressure, sea level back pressure. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑33.

 

19.     Sawyer, R.F. (1960). Propellant performance data, oxygen/hydrogen at low chamber pressures. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑60‑34.

 

20.     Sawyer, R.F. (1961). Cost study for a large booster using cyclops monopropellant. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory RPL‑TM‑61‑2.

 

21.     Sawyer, R.F. (1961). Determination of the optimum propellant density for a cyclops monopropellant booster. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑61‑8.

 

22.     Sawyer, R.F. (1961). Performance of several upper stages for Atlas‑D. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑61‑9. CONFIDENTIAL.

 

23.     Sawyer, R.F. and Dreyfus, J.M. (1961). Fluorine‑hydrazine upper stage optimization. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑61‑11. SECRET.

 

24.     Sawyer, R.F. (1961). The heating of hydrazine passage wall of the Joshua injector. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑61‑21.

 

25.     Sawyer, R.F. and James, R.N. (1961). Propellant performance data, oxygen‑hydrogen (gaseous). Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑61‑12.

 

26.     Sawyer, R.F. and James, R.N. (1961). Theoretical jet pump performance of some common and uncommon rocket propellants. Air Force Flight Tests Center, AFFTC‑TR‑61‑35.

 

27.     Jortner, D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1961). High temperature rocket engine heat transfer determination. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑61‑29.

 

28.     Sawyer, R.F. and Jortner, D. (1961). Systems design and mission comparison of monopropellant ad bipropellant satellite boosters. Fifth Monopropellant Symposium, Proceedings, 105‑115.

 

29.    Jortner, D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1962). Finding the heat parameters of rocket vehicles. Space/Aeronautics, 81‑87.

 

30.     Sawyer, R.F. (1963). The effect of nozzle throat erosion on propulsion system performance. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑63‑13.

 

31.     Glassman, I., Sawyer, R.F. and Mellor, A.M. (1964). Propellant potential of vaporized metals in temperature‑limited rocket systems. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal, 2, 2049‑2051.

 

32.     Sawyer, R.F. (1965). Experimental investigation of electric arc processes for the production of acetylene: kinetic studies. Air Reduction Company, RE‑64‑200.

 

33.     Sawyer, R.F. (1965). Electric arc processes for the production of acetylene: bibliography. Air Reduction Company, RE‑64‑202.

 

34.     Sawyer, R.F. (1965). General considerations of the Knapsack Process for the production of acetylene. Air Reduction Company, RE‑64‑202.

 

35.     Sawyer, R.F. (1965). Heat transfer analysis of the Knapsack reactor. Air Reduction Company, RE‑64‑203.

 

36.     Sawyer, R.F. (1965). Composition and properties of gases pertinent to electric arc processes for the production of acetylene. Air Reduction Company, RE‑64‑204.

 

37.     Sawyer, R.F. (1965). Chemical kinetics of the pyrolysis of methane to acetylene. Air Reduction Company, RE‑65‑049.

 

38.     Sawyer, R.F. (1965). Mass spectroscopic investigation of a hydrogen/nitrogen tetroxide flame. Air Force Rocket Propulsion Laboratory, RPL‑TM‑65‑3.

 

39.     Sawyer, R.F. (1965). The homogeneous gas phase kinetics of reactions in the hydrazine‑nitrogen tetroxide propellant system. Ph.D. Thesis, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey.

 

40.     Sawyer, R.F. and Glassman, I. (1966). Reaction kinetics of the hydrazine‑nitrogen tetroxide propellant system. Second Combustion Conference, Interagency Chemical Rocket Propulsion Group, Chemical Propulsion Information Agency, CPIA Publication No.105, 247‑250.

 

41.     Sawyer, R.F. (1967). The hydrazine‑nitrogen tetroxide reaction, a comparison of experimental observations. Third Combustion Conference, Interagency Chemical Rocket Propulsion Group, Chemical Propulsion Information Agency, CPIA Publication No. 138, 1, 481‑493.

 

42.     Sawyer, R.F. (1967). Fundamentals of combustion. Combustion‑Generated Air Pollution, 1‑38, Engineering Extension and the College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.

 

43.     Sawyer, R.F. (1967). Combustion rates. Combustion‑Generated Air Pollution, 1‑16, Engineering Extension and the College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.

 

44.     Purgalis, P. and Sawyer, R.F. (1967). A general formulation and solution of chemical rate equations for use in non-equilibrium combustion studies. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS-67-2.

 

45.    Sawyer, R.F. and Glassman, I. (1967). The gas phase reactions of hydrazine with nitrogen dioxide, nitric oxide, and oxygen. Eleventh Symposium (International) on Combustion, 861‑869, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

46.     Sawyer, R.F. (1967). The effect of non‑equilibrium combustion on propellant performance. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑67‑3.

 

47.     McLean, W.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1967). Mass spectrometer data reduction and error analysis. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑67‑4.

 

48.     Sawyer, R.F. (1967). Mass spectroscopic observation of ignition phenomena in a small rocket combustion chamber. Western States section, The Combustion Institute. Paper No. 67‑39.

 

49.     Kattchee, N. and Sawyer, R.F. (1967). The piezoelectric injector, a new approach to injection timing and ignition studies. Fourth Combustion Conference, Interagency Chemical Rocket Propulsion Group, Chemical Propulsion Information Agency, CPIA Publication No. 162, 1, 269.

 

50.    Smith, D.S., Sawyer, R.F., and Starkman, E.S. (1968). Oxides of nitrogen from gas turbines. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 18, 30‑35.

 

51.     Sawyer, R.F., Singh, T., Starkman, E.S. and Caretto, L.S. (1968). Continuous nitric oxide source measurement, Ninth Conference on Methods in Air Pollution and Industrial Hygiene Studies, Pasadena, California, February 7.

 

52.     Sawyer, R.F., Caretto, L.S. and Starkman, E.S. (1968). The formation of nitric oxide in combustion processes. Central States Section, The Combustion Institute 1968 Technical Meeting, Columbus, Ohio.

 

53.    Sawyer, R.F. (1968). The theoretical effect of non‑equilibrium combustion on N2H4/N2O4 propellant performance. Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 5, 116‑117.

 

54.     Caretto, L.S., Sawyer, R.F. and Starkman, E.S. (1968). Formation of nitric oxide in combustion processes. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑68‑1.

 

55.    Singh, T., Sawyer, R.F., Starkman, E.S. and Caretto, L.S. (1968). Rapid continuous determination of nitric oxide concentration in exhaust gases. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 18, 102‑105.     

 

56.     Nemeth, A. and Sawyer, R.F. (1968). CO afterburning in methane and methane/hydrogen flames. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 68‑39.

 

57.     Sawyer, R.F., Starkman, E.S., Muzio, L.J. and Schmidt, W.L. (1968). Oxides of nitrogen in the combustion products of an ammonia fueled reciprocation engine. SAE Paper No. 680401.

 

58.     Purgalis, P. and Sawyer, R.F. (1968). General formulation and numerical solution of reaction rate problems. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑68‑4.

 

59.     Sawyer, R.F. and Starkman, E.S. (1968). Gas turbine exhaust emissions. Society of Automotive Engineers Transactions, 77, 1773‑1779. Also 1971 Society of Automotive Engineers Progress in Technology, 14, Vehicle Emissions ‑ Part 3, 631‑637.

 

60.    Sawyer, R.F., McMullen, E.T. and Purgalis, P. (1968). Hydrazine chlorine pentafluoride reaction in a laboratory rocket combustor. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal, 6, 2111‑2114.

 

61.     Sawyer, R.F., Teixeira, D.P. and Starkman, E.S. (1969). Air pollution characteristics of gas turbine engines. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Journal of Engineering for Power, 91, A, 290‑296. Also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑69‑1.

 

62.     Nemeth, A. and Sawyer, R.F. (1969). The overall kinetics of high temperature methane oxidation in a flow reactor. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 73, 2421‑2424. Also (1968) College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑68‑2.

 

63.    Sawyer, R.F. and Glassman, I. (1969). The reactions of hydrogen with nitrogen dioxide, oxygen, and mixtures of oxygen and nitric oxide. Twelfth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 599‑609, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

64.    Branch, M.C. and Sawyer, R.F. (1969). Non‑equilibrium combustion and nozzle flow in propellant performance. Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 6, 1322‑1325.

 

65.     Sawyer, R.F. (1969). Fundamental processes controlling air pollution emissions from gas turbine engines. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Paper No. 69‑1040.

 

66.    Glassman, I. and Sawyer, R.F. (1970). The Performance of Chemical Propellants, AGARDograph No. 129, Circa Publications, Inc., Pelham, New York.

 

67.    Starkman, E.S., Carr, R., Johnson, G., Muzio, L.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1970). Alternative fuels for control of engine emissions. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 20, 87‑92.

 

68.     Sawyer, R.F. and Caretto, L.S. (1970). The assignment of responsibility for air pollution. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑70‑1.

 

69.    Starkman, E.S., Sawyer, R.F. and Caretto, L.S. (1970). Auto emissions‑‑past, present and future. California Engineer, 48, 36‑37, 40‑41.

 

70.     McLean, W.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1970). Chemical kinetics in free jet expansions. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 70‑12.

 

71.    Sawyer, R.F. (1970). Reducing jet pollution before it becomes serious. Astronautics and Aeronautics, 8, 62‑67.

 

72.    Sawyer, R.F. and Caretto, L.S. (1970). Air pollution sources re‑evaluated. Environmental Science and Technology, 4, 453‑455.

 

73.     Starkman, E.S., Sawyer, R.F. and Carr, R.C. (1970). The influence of fuel composition on emission of carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen. Society of Automotive Engineers Mid‑Year Meeting, Detroit, Michigan, May 18‑22.

 

74.     Singh, T. and Sawyer, R.F. (1970). Review of rate data for CO/H2/O2 system reactions. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑70‑3.

 

75.     Sawyer, R.F. (1970). Applications of aerospace technology to air pollution problems. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Paper No. 70‑815.

 

76.     Singh, T. and Sawyer, R.F. (1970). Kinetic model for the afterflame zone of premixed ethane/oxygen and ethylene/oxygen flame. Eastern States Section, The Combustion Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 5‑6; also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑70‑4.

 

77.     Smith, D.S., Sawyer, R.F., Frondizi, C.A. and Carr, R.C. (1970). The effects of lead additives on reactions in exhaust systems. University of California, Research Reports, 1, Project Clean Air, Research Project S‑1.

 

78.     Paterson, J.A., McElroy, M.W., Sawyer, R.F. and Singh, T. (1970). A prototype chemiluminescent NO analyzer. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑70‑9.

 

79.     Sawyer, R.F. (1970). Emissions characteristics of vehicular gas turbine engines. Gas Turbine Panel, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Winter Annual Meeting, New York, New York, November 30.

 

80.     Laurendeau, N.M. and Sawyer, R.F. (1970). General reaction rate problems: Combined integration and steady state analysis. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑70‑14.

 

81.     Parikh, P.G., Sawyer, R.F. and London, A.L. (1971). Pollutants from methane fueled gas turbine combustion. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑70‑15.

 

82.     Sawyer, R.F., Fristrom, R.M. and Williamson, R.B. (1971). Fire research programs at the Applied Physics Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins University and the University of California. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 71‑25.

 

83.    Caretto, L.S., Muzio. L.J., Sawyer, R.F. and Starkman, E.S. (1971). The role of kinetics in engine emission of nitric oxide. Combustion Science and Technology, 3, 53‑61.

 

84.     Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Atmospheric pollution by aircraft engines and fuels‑‑a survey. Progress Report, March 1‑April 20, 1971, Propulsion and Energetics Panel, 37th Meeting on Aircraft Fuels, Lubricants and Fire Safety, The Hague, Netherlands, May 10‑14.

 

85.     Branch, M.C. and Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Review and evaluation of rate for gas phase reactions of the N‑H system. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑71‑1.

 

86.    Caretto, L.S. and Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Combustion thermodynamics. Combustion‑Generated Air Pollution, 3-37, E.S. Starkman, Editor, Plenum Press, New York, New York.

 

87.    Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Combustion rates. Combustion‑Generated Air Pollution, 39-66, E.S. Starkman, Editor, Plenum Press, New York, New York.

 

88.    Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Central power plants. Combustion‑Generated Air Pollution, 275-290, E.S. Starkman, Editor, Plenum Press, New York, New York.

 

89.    Singh, T., and Sawyer, R.F. (1971). CO reactions in the afterflame region of ethylene/oxygen and ethane/oxygen flames. Thirteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 403-415, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

90.    Starkman, E.S., Mizutani, Y., Sawyer, R.F. and Teixeira, D.P. (1971). The role of chemistry in gas turbine emissions. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Journal of Engineering for Power, 333‑344.

 

91.     Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Air pollution characteristic of aircraft engines. Fluid Dynamics Panel, Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development Meeting, London, England, September 9.

 

92.     Fristrom, R.M. and Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Flame inhibition chemistry. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development Conference Proceedings, No. 84 on Aircraft Fuels, Lubricants and Fire Safety, AGARD‑CP‑84‑71, Section 12, North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

 

93.     Laurendeau, N.M. and Sawyer, R.F. (1971). General solution of reaction rate problems via combined integration and steady state analysis: application to nitric oxide formation and decomposition. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 71‑27.

 

94.     Carr, R.C., Schefer, R.W., and Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Spark generated nitric oxide from a spark ignition engine. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 71‑31, University of California, Irvine, California; also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑71‑4, October 25‑26.

 

95.     Sawyer, R.F. (1971). Combustion kinetics of pollutant formation. 8th Joint Army Navy Air‑Force (JANAF) Combustion Meeting, Chemical Propulsion Information Agency, CPIA Publication 220, 1, 825‑833.

 

96.    Caretto, L.S. and Sawyer (1972). The assignment of responsibility for air pollution. SAE Paper No. 720165.

 

97.    Sawyer, R.F. (1972). Experimental studies of chemical processes in a model gas turbine combustor. Emissions from Continuous Combustion Systems, 243-254, W. Cornelius and W.G. Agnew, Editors, Plenum Press, New York, New York.

 

98.     Sawyer, R.F. (1972). Atmospheric pollution by aircraft engines and fuels ‑‑ a survey. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development, Advisory Report No. 40, North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

 

99.    Schefer, R.W., McLean, W.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1972). Dispersion in combustion gas sampling probes. Combustion and Flame, 19, 267‑274; also Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 72‑14.

 

100.  McElroy, M.W., Venturini, P.D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1972). A technique for measuring aldehydes in combustion exhaust gases. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. TS‑72‑5.

 

101.Altenkirch, R.A., Shahed, S.M. and Sawyer, R.F. (1972). Nitric oxide formation around droplets. Combustion Science and Technology, 5, 147‑154.

 

102.  Sawyer, R.F. (1972). Mechanism and kinetics of combustion. Proceedings of the Polymer Conference Series, Fundamentals of Flammability and Combustion of Materials, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 10‑14.

 

103.Sawyer, R.F., McLean, W.J. and Maes, Jr., C.M. (1972). The production of nitric oxide in ammonia oxidation flames. Combustion Science and Technology, 6, 47‑50.

 

104.Giovanni, D.V., Pagni, P.J., Sawyer, R.F. and Hughes, L. (1972). Manganese additive effects on emissions from a model gas turbine combustor. Combustion Science and Technology, 6, 107‑114.

 

105.  Branch, M.C. and Sawyer, R.F. (1972). Developing laminar and turbulent duct flow with chemical reactions. Astronautica Acta, 12, 803‑810.

 

106.  Sawyer, R.F. (1972). Non‑equilibrium combustion products for calculating rocket engine performance. Final Report, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Grant AF‑AFOSR‑1256‑67; also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. ME‑72‑11.

 

107.Parikh, P.G., Sawyer, R.F., and London, A.L. (1973). Pollutants from methane fueled gas turbine combustion. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Journal of Engineering for Power, 97‑104.

 

108.  Boart, O. and Sawyer, R.F., (1972). A general formulation of calculation of thermochemically inferred temperature. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. ME‑72‑14.

 

109.  Sawyer, R.F., Cernansky, N.P. and Oppenheim, A.K. (1973). Factors controlling pollutant emissions from gas turbine engines. Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development Conference Proceedings No. 125 on Atmospheric Pollution by Aircraft Engines, AGARD‑CP‑125, Section 22.

 

110.  Holve, D.J. and Sawyer, R.F., (1973). Thin flame theory of an axisymmetric laminar opposed jet diffusion flame with phase change. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 73‑9.

 

111.  Schefer, R.W., Matthews, R.D., Cernansky, N.P. and Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Measurement of NO and NO2 in combustion systems. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 73‑31.

 

112.  Brink, D.L. Massoudi, M.S. and Sawyer, R.F. (1973). A flow reactor technique for the study of wood pyrolysis. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 73‑30.

 

113.  Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Introduction to Combustion Sources of Air Pollution and Their Control, Continuing Education in Engineering, University Extension and the College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.

 

114.  Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Combustion source inventories. Combustion Sources of Air Pollution and Their Control. Continuing Education in Engineering, University Extension and the College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.

 

115.  Sawyer, R.F. (1973). The literature of combustion and air pollution. Combustion Sources of Air Pollution and Their Control, Continuing Education in Engineering, University Extension and the College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.

 

116.  Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Gas turbines and other vehicular power plants. Combustion Sources of Air Pollution and Their Control, University Extension and the College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.

 

117.  Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Aircraft. Combustion Sources of Air Pollution and Their Control, Continuing Education in Engineering, University Extension and the College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.

 

118.  Holve, D.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Experimental studies of polymer flammability. Presentation to the National Academy Ad Hoc Committee on Fire Aspects of Polymeric Materials and College of Engineering Report No. ME‑73‑6.

 

119.  Austin, A.L. and Sawyer, R.F. (1973). The hydrogen fuel economy and aircraft propulsion. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics/Society of Automotive Engineers 9th Propulsion Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, AIAA Paper No. 73‑1319.

 

120.  Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Chemistry of burning. Understanding Fire Safety, Continuing Education in Engineering, University Extension and the College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.

 

121.Branch, M.C. and Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Ammonia oxidation in an arc‑heated flow reactor. Fourteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 967-974, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

122.Singh, T. and Sawyer, R.F. (1973). Kinetic model for afterflame zone of premixed ethane/oxygen and ethylene/oxygen flame. Environmental Science and Technology, 7, 11, 1034‑1039.

 

123.  Holve, D.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1974). Measurement of burning polymer flame structure and mass transfer numbers. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 74‑10; also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. ME‑74‑2.

 

124.McLean, W.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1974). Molecular beam sampling from high‑pressure sources. Acta Astronautica, 1, 523‑540.

 

125.  Sawyer, R.F. (1974). Air pollution characteristics of aircraft engines. Fluid Dynamics Aspects of Air Pollution Related to Aircraft Operations (P.A. Libby, Editor), North Atlantic Treaty Organization, AGARD‑AR‑55, 17‑25.

 

126.Brown, N.J., Fristrom, R.M. and Sawyer, R.F. (1974). A simple pre‑mixed flame model including an application to H2 + air flames. Combustion and Flame, 23, 269‑275.

 

127.Ptchelkin, Y.M., Schefer, R.W. and Sawyer, R.F. (1974). Problems in flame stabilization. Proceedings of the Institute of Higher Learning, Moscow Technical Institute, Bauman, 10, 188‑189, (in Russian).

 

128.Quan, V. and Sawyer, R.F. (1975). Uncertainties in evaluating turbulent diffusion rates from measured mean flow properties. Combustion and Flame, 24, 129‑131.

 

129.  Holve, D.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1975). Polymer flame retardant mechanisms. Central States‑Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, San Antonio, Texas; also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. ME‑75‑2; Fire Research Group Report No. UCB‑FRG‑75‑7.

 

130.  Holve, D.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1975). Diffusion controlled combustion of polymers. Fifteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 351-361, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

131.Cernansky, N.P. and Sawyer, R.F. (1975). NO and NO2 formation in a turbulent hydrocarbon/air diffusion flame. Fifteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1039‑1050, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

132.Schefer, R.W., Brown, N.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1975). The effect of halogens on the blowout characteristics of an opposed jet stabilized flame. Halogenated Fire Suppressants, American Chemical Society Symposium Series 16, (Richard Gann, Editor), 208, The American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.

 

133.  Matthews, R.D., Smith, O.I., Brown, N.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1975). Measurement of low molecular weight nitrogen compounds in flame systems. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 75‑16; also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. UCB‑ME‑13.

 

134.  Sawyer, R.F., Branch, M.C., Greif, R., Oppenheim, A.K., and Pagni, P.J. (1975). Automotive engine combustion with excess air, interim progress report, July 1974--September 1975. Report No. UCB-ME-75-11.

 

135.Blazowski, W.S. and Sawyer, R.F. (1975). Fundamentals of pollutant formation. Propulsion Effluents in the Stratosphere, Climatic Impact Assessment Program Monograph 2, Chapter 3, Department of Transportation Report No. DOT‑TST‑75‑52.

 

136.  Sawyer, R.F. (1976). Nonequilibrium combustion. Final report, 1972‑1975, Grant AFOSR‑72‑2299; also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. UCB‑ME‑76‑4.

 

137.  Smith, O.I., and Sawyer, R.F. (1976). The thermal pyrolysis of methylamine. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 76‑22 (I); also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. UCB‑ME‑76‑2.

 

138.  Smith, O.I. and Sawyer, R.F. (1976). The thermal oxidation of methylamine. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 76‑22 (II); also College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. UCB‑ME‑76‑3.

 

139.  Sawyer, R.F., Brown, N.J. Matthews, R.D., Branch, M.C. and Banna, S.M. (1976). The formation of nitrogen oxides from fuel nitrogen. Final report, College of Engineering, University, of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. UCB‑ME‑75‑15; also Electric Power Research Institute, Report No. EPRI‑223‑1; also National Technical Information Service Report No. PB‑252‑462/7WP.

 

140.  Matthews, R.D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1976). Limiting oxygen index measurement and interpretation in an opposed flow diffusion flame apparatus. The Journal of Fire and Flammability, 7, 200‑216. Also Fire Research Group, Report No. UCB‑FRG‑76‑6.

 

141.  Cichanowicz, J.E. and Sawyer, R.F. (1976). Rotary engine combustion with hydrogen addition. SAE Paper No. 760611.

 

142.  Sawyer, R.F. (1976). Emission control devices for conventional internal combustion engine designs and their implications for oxidant control strategies. Report on UC‑ARG Conference, Technical Bases for Control Strategies of Photochemical Oxidant: Current Status and Priorities in Research, December 16‑17, (1974), University of California, Riverside, California, 134‑150.

 

143.  Matthews, R.D., Sawyer, R.F. and Schefer, R.W. (1976). Interferences in the chemiluminescent measurement of NO and NO2 emissions from combustion systems. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 76‑40.

 

144.  Shefer, R.W. and Sawyer, R.F. (1976). Pollutant formation in fuel lean recirculating flows. NASA CR-2785.

 

145.  Oppenheim, A.K. Cheng, R.K. Teichman, K., Smith, O.I., Sawyer, R.F., Hom, K. and Stewart, H.E. (1976). A cinematographic study of combustion in an enclosure fitted with a reciprocating piston. Stratified Charge Engines, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference Publications 1976‑11, 127‑135.

 

146.Shiomoto, G.H., Sawyer, R.F. and Kelly, B.D. (1978). Characterization of the lean misfire limit. Society of Automotive Engineers Transactions, 87, Paper No. 780235.

 

147.  Apostolescu, N.A., Matthews, R.D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1977). Effects of a barium‑based fuel additive on particulate emissions from diesel engines. SAE Paper No. 770828.

 

148.  Grosshandler, W.L. and Sawyer, R.F. (1977). Pollutant measurements in a methanol furnace. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 77‑8; also Mechanical Engineering Department, Washington State University Report No. 77‑3.

 

149.  Pitz, W.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1977). Deflection mapping in the study of polymer burning. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 77‑21; also Fire Research Group, University of California, Berkeley, California, Report No. UCB‑FRG‑77‑5.

 

150.  Chin, W.K. and Sawyer, R.F. (1977). Combustion of coal in an opposed flow diffusion burner. 1977 Technical Meeting, Canadian Section, The Combustion Institute, Banff, Alberta, May 26‑27; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑6339.

 

151.  Smith, O.I., Westbrook, C.K. and Sawyer, R.F. (1977). Bulk quenching of hydrocarbon oxidation in an expanding combustion changer. 1977 Technical Meeting, Canadian Section, The Combustion Institute, Banff, Alberta, May 26‑27; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. 6339.

 

152.Grosshandler, W.L. and Sawyer, R.F. (1978). Radiation from a methanol furnace. Journal of Heat Transfer, 100, 247‑252.

 

153.Laurendeau, N.M. and Sawyer, R.F. (1977). Continuous mass spectrometric analysis of high‑temperature kinetics in static vessels. Industrial Engineering Chemistry Fundamentals, 16, 2, 294‑297.

 

154.Schefer, R.W. and Sawyer, R.F. (1976). Lean premixed recirculating flow combustion for control of oxides of nitrogen. Sixteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 119-134, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

155.  Matthews, R.D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1977). Fuel nitrogen conversion and catalytic combustion. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 77‑40; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL 6396.

 

156.Matthews, R.D., Sawyer, R.F. and Schefer, R.W. (1977). Interferences in chemiluminescent measurement of NO and NO2 emissions from combustion systems. Environmental Science and Technology, 11, 12, 1092‑1096.

 

157.  Sawyer, R.F., Schefer, R.W., Ganji, A.R., Daily, J.W., Pitz, W.J., Oppenheim, A.K. and Angeli, J.W. (1977). Laboratory studies of lean combustion. Chapter 16 in Aircraft Engine Emissions, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, May 18‑19, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Conference Publication 2021.

 

158.  Schefer, R.W. and Sawyer, R.F. (1976). Pollutant formation in fuel lean recirculating flows. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Contractor Report No. NASA CR‑2785.

 

159.  Wang, Y., Talcott, R.E., Sawyer, R.F., Rappaport, S.M. and Wei, E.T. (1978). Mutagens in automobile exhaust. Symposium on Application of Short‑term Bioassays in the Fractionation and Analysis of Complex Environmental Mixtures, Williamsburg, Virginia, February 21‑23.

 

160.  Chin, W.K. and Sawyer, R.F. (1978). The combustion of solvent refined coal in an opposed flow diffusion flame. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 78‑15; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑6897.

 

161.  Pitz, W.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1978). Inhibition effects on extinction of polymer burning. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 78‑32; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑6898.

 

162.Wang, Y.Y., Rappaport, S.M., Sawyer, R.F., Talcott, R.E. and Wei, E.T. (1978). Direct‑acting mutagens in automobile exhaust. Cancer Letters, 5, 39‑47.

 

163.Smith, O.I., Westbrook, C.K. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). Lean limit combustion in an expanding chamber. Seventeenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1305-1313, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

164.  Ganji, A.R. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). An experimental study of the flow field and pollutant formation in a two-dimensional pre‑mixed turbulent flame. AIAA Paper No. 79‑0017, Seventeenth Aerospace Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 15‑17.

 

165.Parker, L.J., Sawyer, R.F. and Ganji, A.R. (1979). Measurement of vortex frequencies in a lean, premixed, prevaporized combustor. Combustion Science and Technology, 20, 235‑241; also Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 79‑25.

 

166.  Matthews, R.D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). Combustion sources of unregulated gas phase nitrogenous species. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑10280.

 

167.  Pitz, W.J., Brown, N.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). Flame structure measurement of polymer diffusion flames. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 79‑47; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑9567.

 

168.Apostolescu, N.A., Matthews, R.D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). The use of barium‑containing fuel additives for smoke suppression in diesel engines. International Journal of Vehicle Design, 1, 37‑47.

 

169.  Crocker, T.T., Gordon, R.J., Pitts, Jr., J.N., Sawyer, R.F., Shimkin, M.B., Winkelstein, W. (1979). Final report of the ad hoc panel on atmospheric carcinogens to the California Air Resources Board, Report No. 79‑804, California Air Resources Board, Sacramento, California.

 

170.  Brown, N.J., Sawyer, R.F. and Eitzen, T.S. (1979). Characterization studies of the selective reduction of NO by NH3. Final contract report to the State of California Air Resources Board; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑10254.

 

171.  Brown, N.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). Combustion sources of nitrogen compounds. California Air Environment, 7, (2), 5‑7; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑9543.

 

172.  Oppenheim, A.K., Daily, J.W. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). Stabilization of premixed combustors. Proceedings Premixed Prevaporized Combustor Technology Forum, 143‑150, NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, January 9‑10.

 

173.  Ganji, A.R. and Sawyer, R.F. (1980). Turbulence, combustion, pollutant and stability characterization of a premixed, step combustor. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Contractor Report No. NASA CR‑3230.

 

174.Ganji, A.R. and Sawyer, R.F. (1980). An experimental study of the flow field of a two‑dimensional premixed turbulent flame. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal, 18, 817‑824.

 

175.Rappaport, S.M., Wang, Y.Y., Wei, E.T., Watkins, B.E., Rapoport, H. and Sawyer, R.F. (1980). Isolation and identification of a direct‑acting mutagen in diesel‑exhaust particulates. Environmental Science and Technology, 14, 1505‑1509.

 

176.Arbib, H.A., Sawyer, R.F. and Weinberg, F.J. (1981). The combustion characteristics of spouted beds. Eighteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 233-242, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

177.Pitz, W.J., Sawyer, R.F., Brown, N.J. (1981). The structure of a poly (ethylene) opposed flow diffusion flame. Eighteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1871-1880, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑10784.

 

178.Sawyer, R.F. (1981). The formation and destruction of pollutants in combustion processes. Plenary Lecture, Eighteenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1-22, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

179.  Brown, N.J., Sawyer, R.F., and Lucas, D. (1981). Characterization of the selective reduction of NO by NH3. Final contract report to the State of California Air Resources Board; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑12549.

 

180.  Pitz, W.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1981). Modeling of burning and extinction characteristics of a polymer diffusion flame and comparison with experiment. Colloque International Berthelot‑Vielle‑Mallard‑LeChatelier, First Specialists Meeting (International) of the Combustion Institute, Paper No. 81‑51; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑12214.

 

181.  LaFond, J.F., Hart, J.R. and Sawyer, R.F. (1981). A staged fluidized bed combustor for the study of pollutant formation and destruction. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 81‑53; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑13020.

 

182.  Woodard, J.B., Hirvo, D.H., Greif, R. and Sawyer, R.F. (1981). Wall heat transfer and flame propagation in a single pulse compression‑expansion system. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 81-51; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑13021.

 

183.  Woodard, J.B., Hirvo, D.H., Greif, R. and Sawyer, R.F. (1982). Flame propagation, wall heat transfer, and their interaction in lean premixed gases. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑13950.

 

184.  Pitz, W.J. and Sawyer, R.F. (1982). Chlorine and bromine inhibition of a polyethylene opposed flow diffusion flame. Second Specialists Meeting on Combustion, Budapest, Hungary, August 1982.

 

185.  Sawyer, R.F., Hart, J.R. and Ohtake, K. (1982). Flow and combustion characteristics of a two-dimensional spouted bed. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 82‑34; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑14242.

 

186.  Sawyer, R.F. (1982). The automobile industry 1981 ‑‑ a perspective. The Future of the Automobile. College of Engineering, University of California, Berkeley.

 

187.  Steinert, W., Dunn‑Rankin, D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1982). Influence of chamber length and equivalence ratio on flame propagation in a constant volume duct. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 82‑72; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑14965.

 

188.  Brehob, D., Robben, F., Sawyer, R.F. and Pearce, K.R. (1982). Emission characteristics of a medium speed diesel engine using water emulsified residual fuels. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 82‑78; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑14987.

 

189.  Brehob, D., Robben, F., Sawyer, R.F., Pearce, K.R. and Hinrich, T.L. (1982). Performance of water emulsified residual fuels in a medium‑speed diesel. ASME Paper No. 83‑DGP‑10.

 

190.Ohtake, K., Sawyer, R.F. and Hart, J.R. (1982). Flows behavior and combustion characteristics in a jet bed combustor (in Japanese). Twentieth Japanese Symposium on Combustion, 326‑328.

 

191.  Sawyer, R.F. and Pitz, W.J. (1982). Assessment of the impact of light duty diesel vehicles on soiling in California. Report to the California Air Resources Board.

 

192.  Sawyer, R.F. (1982). Environmental Engineering: Air Pollution, Engineering 150, 29 Videocassettes, 60 minutes each, University of California Extension Media Center.

 

193.Sawyer, R.F. (May 12‑14, 1983). Reduction of pollutant formation in combustion processes. Berichie der Bunsengesellschaft fuer Physikalische Chemie, 87, 11, 979‑984.

 

194.  Dunn‑Rankin, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (October, 1983). Combustion of lean mixtures under simulated internal combustion engine conditions. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 83‑53; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑16745.

 

195.  Ruzicka, D.J., Robben, F., and Sawyer, R.F. (1983). Combustion of Residual Fuels in a CFR Diesel Engine. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑17013.

 

196.Ohtake, K., Sawyer, R.F. and Hart, J.R. (1984). Combustion and Flow in a Two-dimensional Spouted Bed. Twentieth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1423‑1433, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

197.  Robben, F., Brehob, D.D., Namazian, M., Sawyer, R.F., and Sherman, P. (1984). Coal Fueled Diesel Engines. Sixth International Symposium on Coal Slurry Combustion and Technology, 25‑27 June 1984, Orlando, Florida.

 

198.  Dunn‑Rankin, D., Cheng, R.K., and Sawyer, R.F. (1984). LDA study of non‑steady flame propagation in a closed duct. Laser Anemometry in Fluid Mechanics, 457‑472, Lodoan, Lisboa; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑16745.

 

199.  Ruzicka, D.J., Robben, R., and Sawyer, R.F. (1984). Combustion of residual fuels in a CFR diesel engine. The Motorship, July 1984, 28‑31; this is a shortened version of publication 193.

 

200.Miyamoto, N., Chikahisa, T., Murayama, T., and Sawyer, R.F. (1984). Description and analysis of diesel engine rate of combustion and performance using Wiebe's functions. Society of Automotive Engineers Transactions, 94, Paper No. 850107.

 

201.  Parker, T.E., Forsha, M.D., Sawyer, R.F., and Oppenheim, A.K. (1984). Induction period for self‑ignition of fuel sprays at high temperature and elevated pressure. Western States Section, The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 84‑70.

 

202.Glassman, I. and Sawyer, R.F. (1979). The Performance of Chemical Propellants (in Chinese). National Defense Industry Publishing Company, Beijing.

 

203.  Parker, T.E., Forsha, M.D., Stewart, H.E., Hom, K., Sawyer, R.F., and Oppenheim, A.K. (1985). Induction period for self‑ignition of fuel sprays at high temperatures and elevated pressures. SAE Paper No. 850087.

 

204.  Dunn‑Rankin, D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1985). LDA study of the unburned gas motion induced by nonsteady flame propagation in a constant volume duct. Central States and Western States Sections/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 5‑4A; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑19165.

 

205.  Morita, Y., Sasahara, T., Ohtake, K., and Sawyer, R.F. (1985). Flow pattern and velocity distribution in a spark ignition engine. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Diagnostics and Modeling of Combustion in Reciprocating Engines, Tokyo, September 1985.

 

206.  Brehob, D.D., Robben, R., Sawyer, R.F., and Sherman, P. (1985). Coal slurry ignition in a diesel engine simulator. Central States and Western States Sections/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 4‑1A; also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. 19129.

 

207.  Dunn‑Rankin, D.D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1986). The interaction of a laminar flame with its self‑generated flow during constant volume combustion. Dynamics of Reactive Systems, Part 1: Flames and Configurations (Bowen, J.R., Leyer, J.‑C., and Soloukin, R.I., Editors), 115‑130, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, 105, AIAA, New York. Also Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑19164.

 

208.  Brehob, D.D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1986). Compression ignition of coal slurry fuels. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑20878.

 

209.Dunn‑Rankin, D., Barr, P.K., and Sawyer, R.F. (1986). Numerical and experimental study of tulip flame formation in a closed vessel. Twenty First Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1291‑1301, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; also Sandia Report SAND86‑8632.

 

210.  Forsha, M.D., Sawyer, R.F., and Oppenheim, A.K. (1986). Fuel injection system for shock tube studies of the ignition of preheated fuels. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑21103.

 

211.  Parker, T.E., Sawyer, R.F., and Oppenheim, A.K. (1986). Thermodynamic properties of hydrocarbons. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report No. LBL‑21104.

 

212.Ruzicka, D.J., Robben, F., and Sawyer, R.F. (1986). Optimization of a CFR diesel engine and combustion of heavy fuels. Shiff und Hafen, 3, 1986 55‑62.

 

213.  Brehob, D.D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1987). Compression ignition of coal slurry fuels. ASME Paper No. 87‑ICE‑11.

 

214.  Bonini, J., Xia, L.Q., Iiyama, A., Chau, E., Hom, K., Stewart, H.E., Sawyer, R.F., and Oppenheim, A.K. (1987). Visualization of flow and combustion in a square piston engine simulator SAE Paper No. 870452.

 

215.  Chau, E., Rotman, D.A., Schipperijn, F., Oppenheim, A.K., Sawyer, R.F., Iiyama, A., and Xia, L.Q. (1987). Experimental and numerical modeling study of engine combustion. SAE Paper No. 872130.

 

216.  Iiyama, A., Xia, L.Q., and Sawyer, R.F. (1987). Observation and characterization of flame initiation and propagation in a square piston engine simulator. Western States and Japanese Sections/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 87‑14.

 

217.  Leung, S.W., Strand, M., Sawyer, R.F., and Koshland, C.P. (1987). The formation and destruction of nitrogen dioxide. Western States and Japanese Sections/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 87‑4.

 

218.Chau, E.L., Schipperijn, F.W., Nagasaka, R., Sawyer, R.F. and Iiyama, A. (1988). Effect of intake valve configuration on lean combustion in a square piston engine. Society of Automotive Engineers Transactions, 97, Paper No. 880202.

 

219.  Iiyama, A., Kanai, S., Nagasaka, R., Ezekoye, O., Lu, J.H., Greif, R., Sawyer, R.F. (1988). Instantaneous wall heat flux measurement in a square piston engine simulator under knocking conditions (in Japanese). Japan SAE Paper.

 

220.Schipperijn, R., Nagasaka, R., Sawyer, R.F. and Green R.M. (1988). Imaging of flow and combustion processes in reciprocating engines. Society of Automotive Engineers Transactions, 97, Paper No. 881631.

 

221.  Lu, J.‑H., Iiyama, A. and Sawyer, R.F. (1988). Application of a fast response air‑fuel ratio meter to a square piston engine simulator. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 88‑102.

 

222.  Lu, J.‑H., Ezekoye, O., Iiyama, A., Greif, R., and Sawyer, R.F. (1989). Effect of knock on time resolved engine heat transfer. SAE Paper No. 890158.

 

223.  Fisher, E.M., Koshland, C.P. and Sawyer, R.F. (1989). Numerical simulation of the thermal destruction of some chlorinated C1 and C2 Hydrocarbons. Western States The Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 89‑33.

 

224.Xia, L.‑Q., Huang, W., Iiyama, A., Green R.M., and Sawyer, R.F. (1989). Heat release computation for square piston engine simulator. Transactions of CSICE, 7, 177‑187.

 

225.  Wang, S.‑Q., Sawyer, R.F. and Muniz, L. (1989). Characterization of the visibility of methanol fuel flames. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 89‑69.

 

226.  Fisher, E.M., Koshland, C.P., Hall, M.J., and Sawyer, R.F. (1989). Experimental and numerical study of the thermal destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbons: I. Ethyl Chloride. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 89‑98.

 

227.Lu, J.‑H., Ezekoye, O., Greif, R., and Sawyer, R.F. (1991). Unsteady heat transfer during sidewall quenching of a laminar flame. Twenty‑Third Symposium (International) on Combustion, 441‑446, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

228.Fisher, E.M., Koshland, C.P, Hall, M.J., Sawyer, R.F., and Lucas, D. (1991). Experimental and numerical study of the thermal destruction of C2H5Cl. Twenty‑Third Symposium (International) on Combustion, 895‑901, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

229.  Wang, S.Q. and Sawyer, R.F. (1990). Effects of methanol fuels emissions on ozone and particulate. Small Internal Combustion Engines, 1990, 3, 21‑26 (in Chinese).

 

230.  Wang, S.Q., Sawyer, R.F., and Muniz, L. (1990). Visibility of methanol fuel flames. Fifth Chinese Symposium on Combustion, Paper No. 905042 (in Chinese)

 

231.  Ezekoye, O., Lu, J.H, Fabris, D., Greif, R., and Sawyer, R.F. (1990). Effect of variable wall temperature on wall heat flux during laminar flame quenching. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 90‑44.

 

232.Schipperijn, F.W. and Sawyer, R.F. (1991). Particle image velocimetry measurements of internal combustion engine flows. ICALEO ‘90: Optical Methods in Flow and Particle Diagnostics, R.W. Dibble, D. Fourquette and W. Ketterle, eds., Photo-Opt. Instrum. Eng. (SPIE) Proc., 1602, 131-140.

 

233.  Watry, D., Sawyer, R.F., Cousyn, B., and Green, R., (1991). The application of an air‑to‑fuel ratio sensor to the investigation of a two-stroke engine. SAE Paper No. 910720.

 

234.Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., McEnally, C.S., and Sawyer, R.F. (1991). The detection of ethylchloride using photofragmentation. Combustion Science and Technology, 85, 271-281.

 

235.  Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., Higgins, B.S., and Sawyer, R.F. (1991). Detection of chlorinated hydrocarbons using in‑situ FTIR spectroscopy. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper 91‑61.

 

236.Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Trends in auto emissions and gasoline composition. Environmental Health Perspectives 101, Supplement 6, 5-9.

 

237.Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., Higgins, B.S., and Sawyer R.F. (1993). Detection of chlorinated hydrocarbons in combustion using in situ FTIR spectroscopy. Twenty‑Fourth Symposium (International) on Combustion, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

238.Ezekoye, O., Greif, R., and Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Increased surface temperature effects on wall heat transfer during unsteady flame quenching. Twenty‑Fourth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1597-1604, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

239.  Thomson, M.J., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (1992). High temperature oxidation of 1,1,1‑trichloroethane. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 92‑30.

 

240.  Buckley, S.G., Koshland, D.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1992). Combustion of methyl chloride and ethyl chloride in a diffusion flame burner. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 92‑32.

 

241.  Arjomand, M., Goodman, T., and Sawyer, R.F. (1992). A combustion source of nitrous acid? Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 92‑38.

 

242.  McDonald, J.W., Thompson, L.W., Sawyer, R.F., and Ferdman, M. (1989). Liquid rocket engine system vulnerability study. Physics International Company, PI‑TR‑21‑3688‑01, for U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center.

 

243.Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Reformulated gasoline for automotive emissions reduction. Twenty-Fourth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 1423-1432, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

244.  Engleman, S.A., Sawyer, R.F., Odeide, A., and Lucas, D. (1992). Destruction of toxic compounds in combustion augmented by a radio frequency induction plasma. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 92-64.

 

245.  Cohen, J.P., Noda, A.M., Pollack, A.K., and Sawyer, R.F. (1992). Overall comparison of driving operation patterns and event characteristics between three-parameter and six-parameter instrumented vehicle data. Systems Applications International for Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Association, November 25, 1992.

 

246.  McEnally, C.S., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D. (1992). In-situ, real time measurement of chlorinated hydrocarbon concentrations in combustion systems. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 92-65.

 

247.  Thomson, M.J., Higgins, B.S., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer R.F. (1992). Mechanisms of phosgene formation. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 92-66.

 

248.  Connelly, L.G., III, Greif, R., and Sawyer, R.F. (1992). The effect of wall temperature on stagnation and sidewall flame quenching and resulting heat transfer. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 92-109.

 

249.  Cohen, J.P., Noda, A.M., Pollack, A.K., and Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Stratified comparison and rounding effect analysis of driving operation patterns and event characteristics between three-parameter and six parameter instrumented vehicle data. Systems Applications International for American Automobile Manufacturers Association, January 7, 1993.

 

250.Thomson, M.J., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., Sawyer, R.F., Wu, Y.-P., and Bozzelli, J.W. (1994). An experimental and numerical study of the high temperature oxidation of 1,1,1-trichloroethane. Combustion and Flame, 98, 155-169.

 

251.Calvert, J.G., Heywood, J.G., Sawyer, R.F., and Seinfeld, J.H. (1993). Achieving acceptable air quality: some reflections on controlling vehicle emissions. Science, 261, 37-45.

 

252.Thomson, M.J., Higgins, B.S., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (1994). The mechanism of phosgene formation from 1,1,1-trichloroethane oxidation. Combustion and Flame, 98, 350-360.

 

253.  Lee, S., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Effects of post-flame fuel injection on the destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbons. The Third International Congress on Toxic Combustion By-Products, 14-16 June 1993, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

254.Utell, M., Warren, J., and Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Public health risks from auto emissions. Accepted for publication in Annual Review of Public Health.

 

255.McEnally, C.S., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1994). Sensitive in situ detection of chlorinated hydrocarbons in gas mixtures. Journal of Applied Optics, 33, 18, 3977-3984.

 

256.McEnally, C.S., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1993). In situ detection of hazardous waste. Twenty-Fifth Symposium (International) on Combustion, 325-331, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

257.  Lee, S., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Effect of post-flame fuel injection on the destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbons and NO conversion. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 93-094.                 

 

258.  Thomson, M.J., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Reducing hazardous waste incinerator emissions through blending: a study of 1,1,1-trichloroethane injection. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 93-098.

 

259.  Connelly, L., Ogasawara, T., Lee, D., Greif, R., and Sawyer, R.F. (1993). Stagnation quenching of laminar, methane-air flames in a constant volume chamber: wall temperature effects. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 93-077.

 

260.  Vitovec, W., Higgins, B.S., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (1994). Thermal destruction of CHCl3 and C2Cl4 during high temperature post-flame oxidation. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 94-029.

 

261.  Lau, B.C., Higgins, B.S., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (1994). The design and construction of a turbulent, vertically-oriented combustion-driven flow reactor. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute, Paper No. 94-034.

 

262.  Buckley, S.G., McEnally, C.S., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1994). Excimer laser fragmentation-fluorescence spectroscopy for total metal emissions monitoring. To be presented at the Central States Section/The Combustion Institute.

 

263.  Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., Buckley, S.G., Engleman, S.A., Higgins, B.S., Lee, S., McEnally, C.S., and Thomson, M.J. (1993). The thermal destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbons. Proceedings of the Russian-Japanese Seminar on Combustion/The Combustion Institute, 5-8.

 

264.  Cohen, J.P., Noda, A.M. Iwamiya, R.K., Pollack, A.K., Darlington, T.L., and Sawyer, R.F. (1994). Comparisons of driving patterns between the Spokane/Baltimore 3- and 6-parameter instrumented data and several driving cycles. Systems Applications International Report No. SYSAPP94-94/020 for AAMA and AIAM.

 

265.  Koshland, C.P., Sawyer, R.F., and Lucas, D. (1994). Incineration:  control in the combustor. Pacific Rim Conference, Hawaii, June 1994.

 

266.Sawyer, R.F. and Johnson, J.J. (1995). Diesel emissions and control technology. Diesel Exhaust: A Critical Analysis of Emissions, Exposure, and Health Effects, 65-81, The Health Effects Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

267.  Sgro, L.A., Higgins, B.S., Koshland, C.P., Eibeck, P.A., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1995). Numerical characterization of a vertical combustion flow reactor. Central and Western States (US) Sections and Mexican National Section of the International Combustion Institute and American Flame Research Committee, San Antonio, Texas, April 1995, Proceedings, 736-741.

 

268.  Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., Sawyer, R.F., Buckley, S.G., McEnally, C.S., and Higgins, B.S. (1995). Measurement and control of combustion byproducts. Pacific Rim Conference, Edmonton, Canada. 

 

269.Vitovec, W., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1996). The destruction of methylene chloride in lean post-flame conditions. Combustion Science and Technology, 116-117, 153-166.

 

270.Buckley, S.G., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1995). In situ monitoring of toxic metal emissions using excimer laser fragmentation-fluorescence spectroscopy. Optical Remote Sensing for Environmental and Process Monitoring; APCA Specialty Conference Proceedings SP, 102-113.

 

271.  Vitovec, W., Higgins, B.S., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (1995). The formation of toxic byproducts during high temperature post-flame oxidation of chlorinated hydrocarbons in a laboratory scale reactor. Third Asian Pacific International Symposium on Combustion and Energy Utilization, Hong Kong, December 1995.

 

272.  Buckley, S.G., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1995). Laser methods for lead monitoring in flames and post-flame gases. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 95F-197.

 

273.  Higgins, B.S., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1995). Thermal oxidation of benzene and chlorobenzene. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 95F-208.

 

274.  Millet, C.-N., Sgro, L.A., Higgins, B., Koshland, D.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1995). Oxidation of methylene chloride (CH2Cl2) in the post-flame region of a vertical flow reactor. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 95F-209.

 

275.  Sawyer, R.F. (1995). Successes and failures in automotive emissions control. Australian Symposium on Combustion and the Fourth Australian Flame Days, Gawler, South Australia, November 1995.

 

276.  Sawyer, R.F. (1995). Reformulated gasoline and alternative fuels for motor vehicles. Proceedings of the 1995 Energy and Air Quality Conference, Clear Air Society of Australia and New Zealand and CSIRO Centre for Pollution Assessment and Control, Sydney, Australia.

 

277.  Buckley, S.G., Koshland, C.P., Sawyer, R.F., and Lucas, D. (1996). A real-time monitor for toxic metal emissions from combustion systems. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 96S-032.

 

278.  Shih, R. and Sawyer, R.F. (1996). The relation between throttle positioning and emissions. Proceedings of the Sixth CRC On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, 2:41-51.

 

279.Buckley, S.G., McEnally, C.S., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1996). Metal emissions monitoring using excimer laser fragmentation-fluorescence spectroscopy. Combustion Science and Technology, 118, 169-188.

 

280.Buckley, S.G., Koshland, C.P., Sawyer, R.F., and Lucas, D. (1997). A real-time monitor for toxic metal emissions from combustion systems. Twenty-Sixth Symposium (International) on Combustion, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2455-2462.

 

281.Thomson, M.J., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (1996). Reducing hazardous waste incinerator emissions through blending: a study of 1,1,1-trichloroethane injection. Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Materials, 13, 3, 387-398.

 

282.  Sgro, L.A., Choi, Y.C., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1996). The variation of chemical destruction pathways of dichloromethane (CH2Cl2) in a combustion driven flow reactor. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 96F-072.

 

283.Harley, R.A., Sawyer, R.F., and Milford, J.B. (1997). Updated photochemical modeling for California’s South Coast Air Basin: comparison of chemical mechanisms and motor vehicle emission inventories. Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 2829-2839.

 

284.  Wilson, A., Sawyer, R., Koshland, C., Lucas, D., and Buckley, W. (1997). Detection of toxic metal aerosol particles using ELFSS. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 97S-016.

285.  Clack, H.L., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1997). A two-step air-blast atomizer for post-flame combustion studies. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 97S-037.

 

286.  Shih, R., Fable, S., and Sawyer, R.F. (1997). Effects of driving behavior on automotive emissions. Proceedings of the Seventh CRC On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop, 6:115-124.

 

287.  Dryer, F.L and Sawyer, R.F., Editors (1997). Physical and Chemical Aspects of Combustion. Gordon and Breach Science Publishers.

 

288.  Clack, H.L., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1997). Post-flame thermal destruction of bi- component size- and density-controlled 1,1,1-trichloroethane sprays. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 97F-129.

 

289.Clack. H.L., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1999). Post-flame byproduct formation from size- and density-controlled 1,1,1-trichloroethane sprays. Environmental Engineering Science 16, (3) 177-185.

 

290.  Sawyer, R. and Costantini, M. (1997). Particulate measurement for health effects assessments—Summary of the Health Effects Institute Workshop on Particle Characterization. Proceedings the Department of Energy Conference on Diesel Technology.

 

291.  Wenzel, T., Ross, M., Sawyer, R.F. (1997). Analysis of emissions deterioration of in-use vehicles. 1997 SAE Government/Industry Meeting. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, LBL-41452, May 1997.

 

292.Clack, H.L., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1998). Observations of spray density effects on multicomponent chlorinated hydrocarbon vaporization and thermal destruction. The Twenty-Seventh Symposium (International) on Combustion, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, 1309-1315.

 

293.Clack, H.L., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1998). A prefilming airblast atomizer for size- and density-controlled sprays. Accepted for publication in Atomization and Sprays.

 

294.  Franklin, P., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (1998). Evaluation of Automotive MTBE combustion byproducts. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 98S-62.

 

295.  Buckley, S.G., Vitovec, W.M., Damm, C.J., Sgro, L.A., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1998). Ammonia detection and monitoring using photfragmentation-fluoresence. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 98S-18.

 

296.  Sawyer, R.F., Harley, R.A., Cadle, S.H., Norbeck, J.M., Slott, R., and Bravo, H.A. (1998). Mobile Sources Critical Review, 1998 NARSTO Assessment. Report to the Coordinating Research Council and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

 

297.Buckley, S.G., Damm, C.J., Vitovec, W.M., Sgro, L.A., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1998). Ammonia detection and monitoring using photofragmentation-fluorescence. Applied Optics 37, 36, 8382-8391.

 

298.Dunn-Rankin, D. and Sawyer, R.F. (1998). Tulip flames: changes in shape of premixed flames propagating in closed tubes. Experiments in Fluids 24, 130-140.

 

299.Sgro, L.A., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (2000). Post flame reaction chemistry of dichloromethane: variations in equivalence ratio and temperature. Combustion and Flame 120, 4, 492-503.

 

300.  Minc, K., Lucas, D., Koshland, C., Sawyer, R. (1998). Investigation of the geometry for in situ FTIR measurements in a combustion flow reactor. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. 98F-28.

 

301.  Wenzel, T., Sawyer, R., and Ross, M. (1998). Seasonal effects, Arizona IM240. LBNL Report to US EPA Office of Mobile Services, May 1998.

 

302.  Wenzel, T. and Sawyer, R. (1998). Review of Sierra Research report “Development of a proposed procedure for determining the equivalence of alternative inspection and maintenance programs.” LBNL Report to the US EPA Office of Mobile Services, September 1998.

 

303.  Wenzel, T. and Sawyer, R. (1998). Analysis of a remote sensing clean screen program in Arizona. LBNL-41918, LBNL Report to the US EPA Office of Mobile Sources, October 1998.

 

304.  Koshland, C.P., Sawyer, R.F., Lucas, D., and Franklin, P. (1998). Evaluation of automotive MTBE combustion byproducts. Energy and Resources Group, University of California, Berkeley, Report to the California State Legislature under S.B. 521: Effects of MTBE, October 1998.

 

305.  Buckley, S.G., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (1999). Laser methods for lead detection in flames and postflame gases. Joint meeting of the United States Sections of the Combustion Institute, Washington, D.C., March 1999.

 

306.  Franklin, P., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1999). Evaluation of combustion byproducts of MTBE as a component of reformulated gasoline. Joint meeting of the United States Sections of the Combustion Institute, Washington, D.C., March 1999.

 

307.  Pollack, A.K., Bhave, P., Heiken, J., Lee. K., Shepard, St., Tran, C., Yarwood, G., Sawyer, R.F., and Joy, A.A. (1999). Investigation of emission factors in the California EMFAC7G model. CRC Project No. E-39. March 1999.

 

308.Sawyer, R.F. (1999). Motor vehicles and urban air pollution control. In Urban Pollution Control Technology (C.S. Poon and X.Z. Li, Editors), 23-29, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.

 

309.Lee, S.C., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (1999). Effect of postflame injection of fuel on the destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbons and the oxidation of NO. Combustion and Flame, 119, 154-160.

 

310.  Minc, K., Lucas, D., Koshland, C., and Sawyer, R. (1999). Prototype investigation for in situ FTIR measurements in a combustion flow reactor. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. WSS/CI 99F-47.

 

311.Kean, A.J., Harley, R.A., and Sawyer, R.F. (2000). A fuel-based assessment of off-road diesel engine emissions. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 50: 1929-1939.

 

312.Sgro, L.A., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (2000). Post flame reaction chemistry of dichloromethane: variations in equivalence ratio and temperature. Combustion and Flame, 120, 4, 492-503.

 

313.Sawyer, R.F., Harley, R.A., Cadle, S.H., Norbeck, J.M., Slott, R., and Bravo, H.A. (2000). Mobile Sources Critical Review: 1998 NARSTO Assessment. Atmospheric Environment 34, 2161-2181.

 

314.  Wenzel, T. and Sawyer, R.F. (1999). Emission reduction potential from repairing gross emitters. LBNL-44159, LBNL Report to the US EPA Office of Mobile Sources, 4 February 1999.

 

315.Clack, H.L., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (2000). Development of an airblast atomizer for independent control of droplet size and spray density. Twenty-Seventh Symposium (International) on Combustion.

 

316.Franklin, P.M., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (2000). Clearing the air: using scientific information to regulated reformulated fuels. Environmental Science and Technology, 34, 3857-3863.

 

317.  Wenzel, T. and Sawyer, R.F. (2000). Analysis of state data on in-use emissions from motor vehicles: review of work completed (EPA Interagency Agreement DW89938103-01-1), LBNL-46816, LBNL Report to the US EPA Office of Mobile Sources, September 2000.

 

318.Damm, C.J., Lucas, D., Sawyer, R.F., and Koshland, C.P. (2001). Real-time measurement of combustion generated particles with photofragmentation-fluorescence. Applied Spectroscopy, 5, 11, 1478-1482.

 

319.Franklin, P., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (2001). Evaluation of combustion byproducts of MTBE, as a component of reformulated gasoline. Chemosphere, 42 (5-7), 861-872.

 

320.Higgins, B., Thomson, M.J., Lucas, D., Koshland C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (2001). An experimental and numerical study of the thermal oxidation of chlorobenzene. Chemosphere, 42 (5-7), 703-717.

 

321.Damm, C. J., Lucas, D., Sawyer, R.F., and Koshland, C.P., (2001). Excimer laser fragmentation-fluorescence spectroscopy as a method of monitoring ammonium nitrate and ammonium sulfate particles. Chemosphere, 42 (5-7), 655-661.

 

322.  Cheng, A.S., Damm, D.J., Dibble, R.W., Sawyer, R.F., Lucas, D., and Koshland, C.P. (2001). The effect of oxygenate-in-diesel blends and Fischer-Tropsch diesel on particulate matter emeissions from compression-ignition engines. USCI Paper No. 2001-10, 2nd Joint Meeting of the U.S. Sections of the Combustion Institute, Oakland, March 2001.

 

323.  Damm, C.J., Lucas, D., Sawyer, R.F., and Koshland, C.P. (2001). Monitoring diesel particulate matter with photofragmentation-fluoresence. USCI Paper No. 2001-168. 2nd Joint Meeting of the U.S. Sections of the Combustion Institute, Oakland, March 2001.

 

324.  Stipe, C., Lucas, D., Sawyer, R.F., and Koshland, C.P. (2001). Detection of cerium by excimer laser fragmentation fluorescence spectroscopy. USCI Paper No. 2001-234. 2nd Joint Meeting of the U.S. Sections of the Combustion Institute, Oakland, March 2001.

 

325.Clack, H.L., Koshland, C.P., Lucas, D., and Sawyer, R.F. (2001). On the vaporization and thermal oxidation of chlorinated hydrocarbon/alcohol sprays. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 28, 2683-2689.

 

326.  Souten, D.R., Pollack. A., Morris, R., Mansel, G., Joy, B., Anderson, C., Calkins, D., Hawthorne, G., Sawyer, R., Chi, R., Tran, C., Emergy, C., and Tai, E. (2001). Transportation effects of the 1997 changes to the anational ambient air quality standards. Environ Report 25-17, May 2001.

 

327.  Damm, C.J., Lucas, D., Sawyer, R.F., and Koshland, C.P. (2001). Characterization of diesel particulate matter with photofragmentation-fluorescence. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. WSS/CI 01F-11.

 

328.  Stipe, C., Lucas, D., Sawyer, R.F., and Koshland, C.P. (2001). ELFFS detection of cerium and the effect of cerium salt addition on the production of soot in a co-flow diffusion flame. Western States Section/The Combustion Institute Paper No. WSS/CI 01F-10.

 

329.Buckley, S.G., Sawyer, R.F., Koshland, C.P., and Lucas, D. (2002). Measurements of lead vapor and particulate in flames and post-flame gasses. Combustion and Flame, 128 (4), 435-446.

 

330.Stipe, C., Higgins, B.S., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (2002). Soot detection using excimer laser fragmentation fluorescence spectroscopy. Accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the Combustion Institute.

 

331.Damm, C.J., Lucas, D., Sawyer, R.F., and Koshland, C.P. (2002). Characterization of diesel particulate matter with excimer laser fragmentation fluorescence spectroscopy. Accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the Combustion Institute.

 

332.  Kean, A.J., Sawyer, R.F., Harley, R.A., and Kendall, G.R. (2002). Trends in exhaust emissions from in-use California light-duty vehicles, 1994-2001. SAE Paper 2002-01-1713.

 

333.  Stipe, C.B., Choi, J.H., Koshland, C.P., Sawyer, R.F., and Lucas, D. (2003). UV photofragmentation of combustion generated particulates. USCI Paper No. 2003-PH03. 3rd Joint Meeting of the U.S. Sections of the Combustion Institute, Chicago, March 2003.

 

334.  Stipe, C.B., Koshland, C.P., Sawyer, R.F., and Lucas, D. (2003). Two laser UV photofragmentation of soot particles. USCI Paper No. 2003-D14. 3rd Joint Meeting of the U.S. Sections of the Combustion Institute, Chicago, March 2003.

 

335.  Stipe, C.B., Higgins, B.S., Lucas, D., Koshland, C.P., and Sawyer, R.F. (2003). An inverted co-flow diffusion flame for controllable combustion generated particle production. Submitted to Combustion Science and Technology.

 

336.  Damm, C.J., Cheng, A.S., Lucas, D., Sawyer, R.F., Dibble, R.W., and Koshland, C.P. (2003). particulate matter emissions monitoring from a compression-ignition enginefueled with low sulfur diesel, oxygenate-in-diesel blends, and Fischer-Tropsch diesel. USCI Paper No. 2003-B04. 3rd Joint Meeting of the U.S. Sections of the Combustion Institute, Chicago, March 2003.

 

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