Matthew Campbell
Ph.D., P.E.
Curriculum Vitae
bibliography
refereed journal articles
  1. M. F. Campbell
    , P. E. Schrader, A. L. Catalano, K. O. Johansson, G. A. Bohlin, N. K. Richards-Henderson, C. J. Kliewer, and H. A. Michelsen. A small porous-plug burner for studies of combustion chemistry and soot formation. Review of Scientific Instruments 88:12 (2017) 125106.
  2. Matthew F. Campbell
    , Kyle G. Owen, David F. Davidson, and Ronald K. Hanson. Dependence of calculated post-shock thermodynamic variables on vibrational equilibrium and input uncertainty. AIAA Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer 31:3 (2017) 586-608.
  3. K. Olof Johansson, Tyler Dillstrom, Paolo Elvati,
    Matthew F. Campbell
    , Paul E. Schrader, Denisia M. Popolan-Vaida, Nicole K. Richards-Henderson, Kevin R. Wilson, Angela Violi, Hope A. Michelsen. Radical–radical reactions, pyrene nucleation, and incipient soot formation in combustion. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 36:1 (2017) 799-806.
  4. K. O. Johansson, F. El Gabaly, P. E. Schrader,
    M. F. Campbell
    , and H. A. Michelsen. Evolution of maturity levels of the particle surface and bulk during soot growth and oxidation in a flame. Aerosol Science and Technology 51:12 (2017) 1333-1344.
  5. K. Olof Johansson, Judit Zádor, Paolo Elvati,
    Matthew F. Campbell
    , Paul E. Schrader, Nicole K. Richards-Henderson, Kevin R. Wilson, Angela Violi, and Hope A. Michelsen. Critical assessment of photoionization efficiency measurements for characterization of soot-precursor species. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 121:23 (2017) 4475-4485.
  6. K. Olof Johansson,
    Matthew F. Campbell
    , Paolo Elvati, Paul E. Schrader, Judit Zádor, Nicole K. Richards-Henderson, Kevin R. Wilson, Angela Violi, and Hope A. Michelsen. Photoionization efficiencies of five polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 121:23 (2017) 4447-4454.
  7. M. F. Campbell
    , G. A. Bohlin, P. E. Schrader, R. P. Bambha, C. J. Kliewer, K. O. Johansson, and H. A. Michelsen. Design and characterization of a linear Hencken-type burner. Review of Scientific Instruments 87:11 (2016) 115114.
  8. K. Olof Johansson, Tyler Dillstrom, Matteo Monti, Farid El Gabaly,
    Matthew F. Campbell
    , Paul E. Schrader, Denisia M. Popolan-Vaida, Nicole K. Richards-Henderson, Kevin R. Wilson, Angela Violi, and Hope A. Michelsen. Formation and emission of large furans and oxygenated hydrocarbons from flames. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113:30 (2016) 8374-8379.
  9. V. A. Troutman, C. L. Strand,
    M. F. Campbell
    , A. M. Tulgestke, V. A. Miller, D. F. Davidson, and R. K. Hanson. High-speed OH* chemiluminescence imaging of ignition through a shock tube end-wall. Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics 122:3 (2016) 1-7.
  10. M. F. Campbell
    , D. R. Haylett, D. F. Davidson, and R. K. Hanson. AEROFROSH: A shock condition calculator for multi-component-fuel aerosol-laden flows. Shock Waves 26:4 (2016) 429-447.
  11. Matthew F. Campbell
    , David F. Davidson, and Ronald K. Hanson. Scaling relation for high-temperature biodiesel surrogate ignition delay times. Fuel 164:0 (2016) 151-159.
  12. M. F. Campbell
    , T. Parise, A. M. Tulgestke, R. M. Spearrin, D. F. Davidson, and R. K. Hanson. Strategies for obtaining long constant-pressure test times in shock tubes. Shock Waves 25:6 (2015) 651-665.
  13. Matthew F. Campbell
    , Shengkai Wang, Christopher S. Goldenstein, R. Mitchell Spearrin, Andrew M. Tulgestke, Luke T. Zaczek, David F. Davidson, and Ronald K. Hanson. Constrained reaction volume shock tube study of n-heptane oxidation: Ignition delay times and time-histories of multiple species and temperature. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 35:1 (2015) 231-239.
  14. Matthew F. Campbell
    , Andrew M. Tulgestke, David F. Davidson, and Ronald K. Hanson. A second-generation constrained reaction volume shock tube. Review of Scientific Instruments 85:5 (2014) 055108.
  15. Matthew F. Campbell
    , Keilan G. Freeman, David F. Davidson, and Ronald K. Hanson. FTIR measurements of mid-IR absorption spectra of gaseous fatty acid methyl esters at T=25-500 °C. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer 145:0 (2014) 57-73.
  16. Matthew F. Campbell
    , David F. Davidson, and Ronald K. Hanson. Ignition delay times of very-low-vapor-pressure biodiesel surrogates behind reflected shock waves. Fuel 126:0 (2014) 271-281.
  17. Matthew F. Campbell
    , David F. Davidson, Ronald K. Hanson, and Charles K. Westbrook. Ignition delay times of methyl oleate and methyl linoleate behind reflected shock waves. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 34:1 (2013) 419-425.
conferences
  1. K. Olof Johansson
    , Paul Schrader,
    Matthew Campbell
    , and Hope Michelsen. Relating the LII signal to soot maturity via the absorption cross section dispersion exponent. 7th International Workshop on Laser-Induced Incandescence. 19 - 22 June 2016. Lake Tahoe, CA, USA.
  2. Valerie Troutman
    , Victor Miller, Christopher Strand, Andrew Tulgestke,
    Matthew Campbell
    , David Davidson, and Ronald Hanson. High-speed OH* chemiluminescence imaging of ignition through a shock tube end-wall. Paper No. M28.00003 68th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics. 22 - 24 November 2015. Boston, MA, USA.
  3. David Davidson
    , Andrew Tulgestke. Christopher Strand,
    Matthew Campbell
    , Shengkai Wang, and Ronald Hanson. (2015). Rapid chemiluminescent imaging behind reflected shock waves. Paper No. 180. 2017:313-316. 30th International Symposium on Shock Waves. 19 - 24 July 2015. Tel Aviv, Israel.
  4. Matthew Campbell
    , Shengkai Wang, Christopher Goldenstein, Mitchell Spearrin, Andrew Tulgestke, Luke Zaczek, David Davidson, and Ronald Hanson. (2014). Constrained reaction volume shock tube study of n-heptane oxidation: Ignition delay times and time-histories of multiple species and temperature. Paper No. 2376. 35th International Symposium on Combustion. 3 - 8 August 2014. San Francisco, CA, USA.
  5. Matthew F. Campbell
    , David F. Davidson, and Ronald K. Hanson. (2013). Ignition delay times of very-low-vapor-pressure biodiesel surrogates behind reflected shock waves. Paper No. 070RK-0008. 8th U.S. National Combustion Meeting. 19 - 22 May 2013. University of Utah, Utah, USA.
  6. Matthew F. Campbell
    , David F. Davidson, Ronald K. Hanson, and Charles K. Westbrook. (2012). Ignition delay times of methyl oleate and methyl linoleate behind reflected shock waves. Paper No. D301. 34th International Symposium on Combustion. 30 July - 3 August 2012. Warsaw University of Technology, Poland.
  7. M. F. Campbell
    , D. F. Davidson, and
    R. K. Hanson
    . (2011). A second-generation aerosol shock tube and its use in studying ignition delay times of large biodiesel surrogates. Paper No. 2463. 2012:517-522. 28th International Symposium on Shock Waves (ISSW). 17 - 22 July 2011. University of Manchester, UK.
  8. Matthew Campbell
    , David Davidson, and Ronald Hanson. (2011). Biodiesel ignition delay times. Thermal and Fluid Sciences Affiliates and Sponsors Conference (TFSA). 2 - 4 February 2011. Stanford University, CA, USA.
  9. Anna-Katrina Shedletsky
    ,
    Matthew Campbell
    , and David Havskjold. (2009). Embracing ambiguity: A perspective on student foresight engineering. Paper No. DS 58-10. 2009:237-244. 17th International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED'09. 24 - 27 August 2009. Stanford University, CA, USA.
posters
  1. Olof Johansson
    , Tyler Dillstrom,
    Matthew Campbell
    , Matteo Monti, Farid El Gabaly, Paolo Elvati, Denisia Popolan-Vaida, Nicole Richards-Henderson, Paul Schrader, Kevin Wilson, Angela Violi, and Hope Michelsen. Formation and emission of large furans and oxygenated hydrocarbon species from flames. 3rd International Sooting Flame Workshop. 30 - 31 July 2016. Seoul, South Korea.
  2. Matthew Campbell
    , Paul Schrader, Olof Johansson, Ich Tran, Chenhui Zhu, Eric Schaible, Polite Stewart, Jr., Alexander Hexemer, Tony van Buuren, Ray Bambha, and Hope Michelsen. Towards understanding the relationship between LII, soot particle maturity, and minimum particle size detection limit. 7th International Workshop on Laser-Induced Incandescence. 19 - 22 June 2016. Lake Tahoe, CA, USA.
  3. Matthew Campbell
    , Ich Tran, Matteo Monti, Olof Johansson, Ray Bambha, Paul Schrader, Tony Van Buuren, Farid El Gabaly, Dimosthenis Sokaras, Dennis Nordlund, Tsu-Chien Weng, and Hope Michelsen. X-ray-based diagnostics for studying soot formation, evolution, and oxidation. 18th Gordon Research Conference and Seminar on Laser Diagnostics in Combustion. 9 - 14 August 2015. Waterville Valley, NH, USA.
  4. David Havskjold
    ,
    Matthew Campbell
    , and Anna-Katrina Shedletsky. Dynamic space (Poster presentation). 32nd Annual Stanford University Opportunity Job Fair. 23 January 2009. Stanford University, CA, USA.
dissertation
  1. Matthew Campbell
    . (2014). Studies of biodiesel surrogates using novel shock tube techniques. Stanford University, CA, USA.
revision of course reader
  1. Ronald Hanson (author),
    Matthew Campbell
    (contributor), Genny Pang (contributor), and Subith Vasu (contributor). (2014). ME362B: Non-equilibrium processes in high-temperature gases. Stanford University, CA, USA.
acknowledgements
  1. H. A. Michelsen (2017). Probing soot formation, chemical and physical evolution, and oxidation: A review of in situ diagnostic techniques and needs. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 36:1 (2017) 717-735.
  2. Alexis Bohlin and Christopher J. Kliewer (2015). Direct coherent Raman temperature imaging and wideband chemical detection in a hydrocarbon flat flame. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6:0 (2015) 643-649.
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