Publications

Publications

Journal publications

    2017

  1. Aerodynamics of planar counterflowing jets
    A. D. Weiss, W. Coenen, A. L. Sánchez, J. Fluid Mech., 821 1-30 (2017)
    [DOI]
  2. Non-Boussinesq stability analysis of natural-convection gaseous flow on inclined hot plates
    P. Rajamanickam, W. Coenen, A.L. Sánchez, Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, 109 949-957 (2017)
    [DOI]
  3. Regimes of boundary-layer ignition by heat release from a localized energy source
    M. Sánchez-Sanz, E. Fernández-Tarrazo, A.L. Sánchez, Proc. Combust. Institute, 36 1467-1473 (2017)
    [DOI]
  4. Critical slot size for deflagration initiation by hot products discharge into hydrogen-air atmospheres
    J. Carpio, I. Iglesias, M. Vera, A.L. Sánchez, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 42 1298-1305 (2017)
    [DOI]
  5. Diffusion-flame ignition by shock-wave impingement on a hydrogen-air supersonic mixing layer
    C. Huete, A.L. Sánchez, F.A. Williams, J. Propulsion Power, 33 256-263 (2017)
    [DOI]
  6. Large-activation-energy analysis of gaseous reacting flow in pipes
    D. Moreno-Boza, I. Iglesias, A.L. Sánchez, Combust. Flame, 178 217-224 (2017)
    [DOI]
  7. Aerodynamics of axisymmetric counterflowing jets
    J. Carpio, A. Liñán, A.L. Sánchez, F.A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 177 137-143 (2017)
    [DOI]
  8. Analytical prediction of syngas induction times
    P. Boivin, A.L. Sánchez, F.A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 176 489-499 (2017)
    [DOI]
  9. The large-activation-energy analysis of extinction of counterflow diffusion flames with nonunity Lewis numbers of the fuel
    A. Liñán, D. Martínez-Ruiz, M. Vera, A.L. Sánchez, Combust. Flame, 175 91–106 (2017)
    [DOI]
  10. 2016

  11. Corrigendum to “Recent advances in understanding of flammability characteristics of hydrogen” [Prog Energ Combust Sci 41 (2014) 1-55]
    A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Prog. Energy Combust. Sci., 54 93–94 (2016)
    [DOI]
  12. The slowly reacting mode of combustion of gaseous mixtures in spherical vessels. Part 2: buoyancy-induced motion and its effect on the explosion limits
    A.L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, I. Iglesias, D. Moreno-Boza, A. Liñán, F.A. Williams, Combust. Theory Modelling, 20 1029–1045 (2016)
    [DOI]
  13. The slowly reacting mode of combustion of gaseous mixtures in spherical vessels. Part 1: transient analysis and explosion limits
    A. Liñán, D. Moreno-Boza, I. Iglesias, A.L. Sánchez, F.A. Williams, Combust. Theory Modelling, 20 1010–1028 (2016)
    [DOI]
  14. Minimum ignition energy of methanol-air mixtures
    E. Fernández-Tarrazo, M. Sánchez-Sanz, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 171 234–236 (2016)
    [DOI]
  15. Diffusion-flame flickering as a hydrodynamic global mode
    D. Moreno-Boza, W. Coenen, A, Sevilla, J. Carpio, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, J. Fluid Mec., 798 997–1014 (2016)
    [DOI]
  16. A multipurpose reduced chemical-kinetic mechanism for methanol combustion
    E. Fernández-Tarrazo, M. Sánchez-Sanz, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Combust. Theory Modelling, 20 613–631 (2016)
    [DOI]
  17. Weak-shock interactions with transonic laminar mixing layers of fuels for high-speed propulsion
    C. Huete, J. Urzay, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, AIAA J., 54 962–975 (2016)
    [DOI]
  18. 2015

  19. Diffusion-flame ignition by shock-wave impingement on a supersonic mixing layer
    C. Huete, A. L. Sánchez, J. Urzay, F. A. Williams, J. Fluid Mec., 784 74–108 (2015)
    [DOI]
  20. The role of separation of scales in the description of spray combustion
    A. L. Sánchez, J. Urzay, A. Liñán, Proc. Combust. Institute, 35 1549–1577 (2015)
    [DOI]
  21. Ignition, liftoff, and extinction of gaseous diffusion flames
    A. Liñán, M. Vera, A. L. Sánchez, Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech., 47 293–314 (2015)
    [DOI]
  22. Regimes of spray vaporization and combustion in counterflow configurations
    A. Liñán, D. Martínez-Ruiz, A. L. Sánchez, J. Urzay, Combust. Sci. Tech., 187 103–131 (2015)
    [DOI]
  23. 2014

  24. The chemistry involved in the third explosion limit of H2-O2 mixtures
    A. L. Sánchez, E. Fernández-Tarrazo, F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 161 111–117 (2014)
    [DOI]
  25. Recent advances in understanding of flammability characteristics of hydrogen
    A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Prog. Energy Combust. Sci., 41 1–55 (2014)
    [DOI]
  26. Linear theory for the interaction of small-scale turbulence with overdriven detonations
    C. Huete, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Phys. Fluids, 26 116101 (2014)
    [DOI]
  27. 2013

  28. Four-step and three-step systematically reduced chemistry for wide-range H2-air combustion problems
    P. Boivin, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 160 76–82 (2013)
    [DOI]
  29. Coupling-function formulation for monodisperse spray diffusion flames with infinitely fast chemistry
    J. Arrieta-Sanagustín, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, Fuel Process. Technol., 107 81–92 (2013)
    [DOI]
  30. Critical radius for hot-jet ignition of hydrogen-air mixtures
    J. Carpio, I. Iglesias, M. Vera, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 38 3105–3109 (2013)
    [DOI]
  31. Hydrogen-air mixing-layer ignition at temperatures below crossover
    E. Fernández-Tarrazo, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 160 1981–1989 (2013)
    [DOI]
  32. On the heat transferred to the air surrounding a semi-infinite inclined hot plate
    M. J. Gollner, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, J. Fluid Mec., 732 304–315 (2013)
    [DOI]
  33. Theory of interactions of thin strong detonations with turbulent gases
    C. Huete, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Phys. Fluids, 25 076105 (2013)
    [DOI]
  34. Dynamics of thermal ignition of fuel sprays in mixing layers
    D. Martínez-Ruiz, J. Urzay, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, J. Fluid Mec., 734 387–423 (2013)
    [DOI]
  35. 2012

  36. Explicit analytic prediction for hydrogen-oxygen ignition times at temperatures below crossover
    P. Boivin, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 159 748-752 (2012)
    [DOI]
  37. Flammability conditions for ultra-lean hydrogen premixed combustion based on flame-ball analyses
    E. Fernández-Tarrazo, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 37 1813-1825 (2012)
    [DOI]
  38. Viscous stability analysis of parallel flows with discontinuous base profiles
    W. Coenen, A. Sevilla, A. L. Sánchez, Eur. J. Mech. B/Fluids., 36 128–138 (2012)
    [DOI]
  39. Numerical analyses of deflagration initiation by a hot jet
    I. Iglesias, M. Vera, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, Combust. Theory Modelling, 16 994–1010 (2012)
    [DOI]
  40. Initiation of reactive blast waves by external energy sources
    A. Liñán, V. Kurdyumov, A. L. Sánchez, C. R. Mecanique, 340 829–844 (2012)
    [DOI]
  41. Ignition time of hydrogen-air diffusion flames
    A. L. Sánchez, E. Fernández-Tarrazo, P. Boivin, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, C. R. Mecanique, 340 882–893 (2012)
    [DOI]
  42. 2011

  43. Variable-density jet flows induced by concentrated sources of momentum and energy
    M. Sánchez-Sanz, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, Theor. Comput. Fluid Dyn., 25 281–292 (2011)
    [DOI]
  44. The structure of lean hydrogen-air flame balls
    E. Fernández-Tarrazo, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, Proc. Combust. Institute, 33 1203–1210 (2011)
    [DOI]
  45. An explicit reduced mechanism for H2-air combustion
    P. Boivin, C. Jiménez, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Proc. Combust. Institute, 33 517–523 (2011)
    [DOI]
  46. A four-step reduced mechanism for syngas combustion
    P. Boivin, C. Jiménez, A. L. Sánchez, F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 158 1059–1063 (2011)
    [DOI]
  47. Sheath vaporization of a monodisperse fuel-spray jet
    J. Arrieta-Sanagustín, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, J. Fluid Mec., 675 435–464 (2011)
    [DOI]
  48. 2010

  49. The Hydrogen Laminar Jet
    M. Sánchez-Sanz, M. Rosales, A. L. Sánchez, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 35 39193927 (2010)
    [DOI]
  50. 2009

  51. One-step reduced kinetics for lean hydrogen-air deflagration
    D. Fernández-Galisteo, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 156 985–996 (2009)
    [DOI]
  52. The hydrogen-air burning rate near the lean flammability limit
    D. Fernández-Galisteo, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, Combust. Theory Modelling, 13 741–761 (2009)
    [DOI]
  53. 2008

  54. Absolute Instability of Light Jets Emerging from Circular Injector Tubes
    W. Coenen, A. Sevilla, A. L. Sánchez, Phys. Fluids, 20 074104 (2008)
    [DOI]
  55. 2006

  56. Fronts in High-Temperature Laminar Gas Jets
    M. Sánchez-Sanz, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, J. Fluid Mec., 547 257 – 266 (2006)
    [DOI]
  57. Exact Solutions for Transient Mixing of Two Gases of Different Density
    A. L. Sánchez, M. Vera, A. Liñán, Phys. Fluids, 18 078102 (2006)
    [DOI]
  58. A Simple One-Step Chemistry Model for Partially Premixed Hydrocarbon Combustion
    E. Fernández-Tarrazo, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 147 32–38 (2006)
    [DOI]
  59. 2005

  60. Reduced Kinetics and Coupling Functions for Calculating CO and NO Emissions in Gas-Turbine Combustion
    A. Lépinette, A. Liñán, B. Lázaro and A. L. Sánchez, Combust. Sci. Tech., 177 907 – 931 (2005)
    [DOI]
  61. Lifted Laminar Jet Diffusion Flames
    A. Liñán, E. Fernández-Tarrazo, M. Vera and A. L. Sánchez, Combust. Sci. Tech., 177 933 – 953 (2005)
    [DOI]
  62. Simulations of Starting Gas Jets at Low Mach Numbers
    I. Iglesias, M. Vera, A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, Phys. Fluids, 17 038105 (2005)
    [DOI]
  63. 2004

  64. Laminar Craya-Curtet Jets
    A. Revuelta, C. Martínez-Bazán, A. L. Sánchez and A. Liñán, Phys. Fluids, 16, 208–211 (2004)
    [DOI]
  65. On the Calculation of the Minimum Ignition Energy
    V. Kurdyumov, J. Blasco, A. L. Sánchez and A. Liñán, Combust. Flame, 136, 394–397 (2004)
    [DOI]
  66. The Quasi-Cylindrical Description of Submerged Laminar Swirling Jets
    A. Revuelta, A. L. Sánchez and A. Liñán, Phys. Fluids, 16, 848–851 (2004)
    [DOI]
  67. Confined Swirling Jets with Large Expansion Ratios
    A. Revuelta, A. L. Sánchez and A. Liñán, J. Fluid Mec., 508 89–98 (2004)
    [DOI]
  68. Hydrogen-Oxygen Induction Times Above Crossover Temperatures
    G. del Alamo, F. A. Williams and A. L. Sánchez, Combust. Sci. Tech., 176 1599-1626 (2004)
    [DOI]
  69. The Boundary-Layer Flow Induced by a Flat Plate Emerging Normally to a Wall
    J. Rodríguez- Rodríguez, A. L. Sánchez and C. Martínez-Bazán, Heat and Mass Transfer, 40 959–962 (2004)
    [DOI]
  70. 2003

  71. The Coupling of Motion and Conductive Heating of a Gas by Localized Energy Sources
    A. L. Sánchez, J. L. Jiménez-Alvarez and A. Liñán, SIAM J. Appl. Math., 63, 937–961 (2003)
    [DOI]
  72. A Simplified Formulation for Heterogeneous Catalytic Combustion in Stagnation-Point Flows
    J. D. Mellado, M. Kindelán and A. L. Sánchez, Combust. Flame, 132, 596–599 (2003)
    [DOI]
  73. Heat Propagation from a Concentrated External Energy Source in a Gas
    V. Kurdyumov, A. L. Sánchez and A. Liñán, J. Fluid Mec., 491, 379–410 (2003)
    [DOI]
  74. 2002

  75. Laminar Mixing in Diluted and Undiluted Fuel Jets Upstream from Lifted Flames
    A. Revuelta, A. L. Sánchez and A. Liñán, Combust. Flame, 128, 199–210 (2002)
    [DOI]
  76. Confined Axisymmetric Laminar Jets with Large Expansion Ratios
    A. Revuelta, A. L. Sánchez and A. Liñán, J. Fluid Mec., 456, 319–352 (2002)
    [DOI]
  77. The Virtual Origin as a First-Order Correction for the Far-Field Description of Laminar Jets
    A. Revuelta, A. L. Sánchez and A. Liñán, Phys. Fluids, 14, 1821–1824 (2002)
    [DOI]
  78. 2001

  79. One-Dimensional Overdriven Detonations with Branched-Chain Kinetics
    A. L. Sánchez, M. Carretero, P. Clavin and F. A. Williams, Phys. Fluids, 13, 776–792 (2001)
    [DOI]
  80. 2000

  81. The Description of Homogeneous Branched-Chain Explosions with Slow Radical Recombination by Self-Adjusting Time Scales
    L. L. Bonilla, A. L. Sánchez and M. Carretero, SIAM J. Appl. Math., 61, 528–550 (2000)
    [DOI]
  82. Branched-Chain Ignition in Strained Mixing Layers
    J. D. Mellado, A. L. Sánchez, J. S. Kim and A. Liñán, Combust. Theory Modelling, 4, 265–288 (2000)
    [DOI]
  83. The Reduced Kinetic Description of Lean Premixed Combustion
    A. L. Sánchez, A. Lépinette, M. Bollig, A. Liñán and B. Lázaro, Combust. Flame, 123, 436–464 (2000)
    [DOI]
  84. 1999

  85. Chain-Branching Explosions in Mixing Layers
    A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán and F. A. Williams, SIAM J. Appl. Math., 59, 1335–1355 (1999)
    [DOI]
  86. 1998

  87. An Asymptotic Analysis of Chain-Branching Ignition in the Laminar Wake of a Splitter Plate Separating Streams of Hydrogen and Oxygen
    A. L. Sánchez, I. Iglesias and A. Liñán, Combustion Theory and Modeling, 2, 259–271 (1998)
    [DOI]
  88. A Simplified Approach to the Numerical Description of Methane-Air Diffusion Flames
    M. Bollig, A. Liñán, A. L. Sánchez and F. A. Williams, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 27, 595–603 (1998)
    [DOI]
  89. 1997

  90. A Generalized Burke-Schumann Formulation for Hydrogen-Oxygen Diffusion Flames Maintaining Partial Equilibrium of the Shuffle Reactions
    A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán and F. A. Williams, Combust. Sci. and Tech., 123, 317-345 (1997)
    [DOI]
  91. A WKB Analysis of Radical Growth in the Hydrogen-Air Mixing Layer
    A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán and F. A. Williams, Journal of Engineering Mathematics, 31, 119-130 (1997)
    [DOI]
  92. Nonpremixed Spontaneous Ignition in the Laminar Wake of a Thin Splitter Plate
    A. L. Sánchez, Phys. Fluids, 9, 2032-2044 (1997)
    [DOI]
  93. 1996

  94. Relationships Between Bifurcation and Numerical Analyses for Ignition of Hydrogen-Air Diffusion
    Flames
    A. L. Sánchez, G. Balakrishnan, A. Liñán and F. A. Williams, Combust. Flame, 105, 569-590 (1996)
    [DOI]
  95. 1995

  96. Theory of Structures of Hydrogen-Oxygen Diffusion Flames
    A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán, F. A. Williams and G. Balakrishnan, Combustion Science and Technology, 110–111, 277-301 (1995)
    [DOI]
  97. 1994

  98. A Bifurcation Analysis of High-Temperature Ignition of H2–O2 Diffusion Flames.
    A. L. Sánchez, A. Liñán and F. A. Williams, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 25, 1529-1537 (1994)
    [DOI]