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Damon Honnery
Monash University
225Publications
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#1Hui Zhao (Monash University)
#2D. H. Nguyen (Monash University)H-Index: 92
Last.Damon Honnery (Monash University)H-Index: 29
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Abstract Understanding the factors that lead to breakup of liquid droplets is of interest in many applications. Liquid droplet breakup processes are typically broken into regimes based on a Weber number calculated based on an average flow velocity ( Solsvik et al., 2013 ). In turbulent flows, the instantaneous velocity may differ significantly from the average velocity. Here an experimental investigation on the role of turbulence in the breakup process is undertaken, whose continuous phase is ga...
Given that global energy use today is still dominated by fossil fuels, there is an urgent need to rapidly reduce its use in order to avert serious climate change. However, the alternatives to fossil fuels—renewable and nuclear energy—are more expensive, and have so far done little to displace fossil fuels. Accordingly, reducing energy use must play an important part in both averting climate change and avoiding the depletion of high energy return easily recoverable fossil fuel reserves. This pape...
#1Elaheh Neshat (SUT: Sahand University of Technology)H-Index: 7
#2Mehrdad Nazemian (SUT: Sahand University of Technology)
Last.Damon Honnery (Monash University)H-Index: 29
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Because of the near-term risk of extreme weather events and other adverse consequences from climate change, and, at least in the longer term, global fossil fuel depletion, there is world-wide interest in shifting to noncarbon energy sources, especially renewable energy (RE). Because of possible limitations on conventional renewable energy sources, researchers have looked for ways of overcoming these shortcomings by introducing radically new energy technologies. The largest RE source today is bio...
Abstract A number of official energy forecasts—including those compatible with the aspirational 1.5 °C Paris Accord global temperature rise limit—see both global primary and net energy use continuing to rise, even out to 2100. Various technologies, including greatly increased use of renewable and nuclear energy, negative emission technologies such as direct air capture, and geoengineering are proposed as approaches for meeting the 1.5 °C target. In contrast, we argue that meeting this target and...
#1Daniel Duke (Monash University)H-Index: 10
#2Harry N. Scott (Monash University)
Last.Damon Honnery (Monash University)H-Index: 29
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Abstract This paper presents in situ time-resolved drug mass fraction measurements in pressurised metered dose inhaler (PMDI) sprays, using a novel combination of synchrotron X-ray fluorescence and scattering. Equivalent suspension and solution formulations of ipratropium bromide in HFA-134a propellant were considered. Measurements were made both inside the expansion chamber behind the nozzle orifice, and in the first few millimeters of the spray where droplet and particle formation occur. We ob...
Abstract Early forecasts for hydrogen's role in transport usually proved over-optimistic, with several seeing hydrogen as an important transport fuel by year 2010 or even much earlier. Over the past century, vehicular passenger transport has experienced hypergrowth in terms of task, energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. For a variety of reasons, future decades may well see a significantly reduced global passenger transport task, as well as a widespread phasing-out of internal combustion engin...
#1Marcus Wong (Monash University)H-Index: 1
#2Daniel Edgington-Mitchell (Monash University)H-Index: 7
Last.Peter Jordan (CNRS: Centre national de la recherche scientifique)H-Index: 24
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#1Elaheh Neshat (SUT: Sahand University of Technology)H-Index: 7
#2Amirhossein V. Bajestani (SUT: Sahand University of Technology)
Last.Damon Honnery (Monash University)H-Index: 29
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Abstract The main purpose of current study is investigation on different effects of water addition on diesel engine performance and emissions. A thermodynamic multi-zone model and a semi-detailed chemical kinetics mechanism, including 76 species and 327 reactions, are applied for diesel combustion simulation. The combustion chamber is divided into different zones and conductive heat transfer and bulk and diffusion mass transfer sub models are considered between the zones. Convective and radiatio...
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