Casey Allen, Ph.D.

Casey Allen, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Office: Engineering Hall 213
E-mail: casey.allen@marquette.edu
Phone: (414) 288-2160

Complete CV

Research interests

Professional preparation

Ph.D., 2012, Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State University
B.S.E., 2004, Chemical Engineering, University of Iowa

Selected recent publications

Allen, C. M., Valco, D., Toulson, E., Edwards, T., Lee, T. (2012). Ignition behavior and surrogate modeling of JP-8 and of camelina and tallow hydrotreated renewable jet fuels at low temperatures. Combustion and Flame (Elsevier), 160 (2), 232-239.www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010218012002969

Allen, C. M., Toulson, E., Tepe, D., Schock, H., Miller, D., Lee, T. (2013). Characterization of the Effect of Fatty Ester Composition on the Ignition Behavior of Biodiesel Fuel Sprays. Fuel (Elsevier), 111, 659-669.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016236113002457#

Valco, D., Allen, C. M., Toulson, E., Lee, T. (2013).Autoignition Behavior of Petroleum-Based and Hydroprocessed Renewable Jet Fuel Blends in a Rapid Compression Machine: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. arc.aiaa.org/doi/abs/10.2514/6.2013-896

E. Toulson, C. Allen, D. Miller, H. Schock, T. Lee Optimization of a Multi-step Model for the Auto-Ignition of Dimethyl Ether in a Rapid Compression Machine Energy & Fuels, Vol. 24, pp. 3510-3516 (2010)

Current Grants

"High-Fidelity iso-Octane Ignition Kinetics -- New Rigor for an Unresolved Problem," Sponsored by: American Chemical Society, Petroleum Research Fund

"A Computationally-Efficient Droplet Evaporation Model for Multi-Component Bio-Based Fuel Blends," Sponsored by: ORSP, Marquette University


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