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Daniel Haworth

Professor

Department(s):

  • Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

140 Research Building East

dch12@psu.edu

814-863-6269

Personal or Departmental Website

Research Areas:

Energy Systems, Thermal/Fluid Sciences

Interest Areas:

Numerical modeling of chemically reacting turbulent flows. Computational fluid dynamics. Reciprocating-piston internal combustion engines.

 
 

 

Education

  • BS, Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 1979
  • Ph D, Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University, 1986

Publications

Book, Chapter

  • D C Haworth, 2015, Applications of turbulent combustion modeling, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics

Conference Proceeding

  • Y Shekhawat, D C Haworth, A d'Adamo, S Fontanesi, P Schiffmann, D L Reuss and V Sick, 2016, "An experimental and simulation study of early flame development in a homogeneous-charge spark-ignition engine"
  • J Han, V B Kalaskar, D Kang, D C Haworth and A L Boehman, 2016, "Ignition behavior of gasoline surrogate fuels under low-temperature combustion conditions"
  • J Han, V B Kalaskar, D Kang, D C Haworth and A L Boehman, 2016, "A computational and experimental study of ignition behavior of gasoline surrogate fuels under low-temperature combustion conditions"
  • A Imren and D C Haworth, 2016, "Stiff ODE solvers for detailed chemistry in CFD"
  • C Paul, A Sircar, A Imren, S Ferreyro-Fernandez, S P Roy, W Ge, D C Haworth and M F Modest, 2016, "Radiative heat transfer and turbulence-radiation interactions in a heavy-duty diesel engine"
  • C D Monaco, C Golecki, B Sattler, D C Haworth, J S Mayer and G Neal, 2014, "Design and implementation of a series plug-in hybrid electric vehicle for the EcoCAR 2 competition"
  • E. J. Barrientos, A. L. Boehman, G. L. Neal and Daniel C Haworth, 2012, "Effects of molecular structure on the sooting tendency and PM emissions of ethanol-gasoline and biodiesel-diesel blends", Proceedings of the ASME 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition
  • J. Cai, S. Lei, A. Dasgupta, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2012, "Radiative heat transfer in high-pressure laminar hydrogen-air diffusion flames using spherical harmonics and k-distributions", Proceedings of the ASME 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition
  • S. Lei, J. Cai, A. Dasgupta, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2012, "Photon Monte Carlo model for high-pressure reacting laminar flows", Proceedings of the ASME 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition
  • S. Getty, G. Neal and Daniel C Haworth, 2012, "Development, verification, and validation of Penn State extended range electric vehicle", SAE Intern'l. J. Alt. Power, SAE 2012 World Congress & Exhibition, 1, (1), pp. 324-336
  • G. Pal, A. Gupta, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2011, "Comparison of accuracy and computational expense of radiation models in simulation of non-premixed turbulent jet flames", ASME/JSME 8th Thermal Engineering Joint Conference, pp. AJTEC2011-44585
  • S. Bhattacharjee, Daniel C Haworth and R. Moores, 2011, "CFD modeling of processes upstream of the catalyst for urea SCR NOx reduction systems in heavy-duty diesel applications", SAE, pp. 2011-01-1322
  • K. Liu and Daniel C Haworth, 2011, "Development and assessment of POD for analysis of turbulent flow in piston engines", SAE, pp. 2011-01-0830
  • R. S. Mehta, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2009, "Radiation characteristics and turbulence-radiation interactions in sooting turbulent jet flames", Proceedings of 2009 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, pp. HT2009-88078
  • R. S. Mehta, Daniel C Haworth and M. F. Modest, 2009, "An assessment of gas-phase reaction mechanisms and soot models for laminar atmospheric-pressure ethylene-air flames", Proc. Combust. Inst., 32, pp. 1327-1334
  • M. C. Drake and Daniel C Haworth, 2007, "Advanced gasoline engine development using optical diagnostics and numerical modeling", Proc. Combust. Institute, 31, pp. 99-124
  • E. Chapman, S. Pflumm, E. Kung, R. Acharya, J. Saxon, B. Feldman, B. Herrold, K. Wilson, P. Safabakshs, M. Shirk, J. Caserta, A. Boehman, Daniel C Haworth, H. Koga, T. Tadros, D. Maglast and L. Blackman, 2005, "Penn State FutureTruck hybrid-electric vehicle: Light-duty diesel exhaust emission control system to meet ULEV emissions standard", SAE Paper 2005-01-3877
  • I. Veljkovic, P. Plassmann and Daniel C Haworth, 2003, "A scientific on-line database for efficient function approximation", Springer-Verlag, pp. 643-653
  • P. Henning, Daniel C Haworth, E. Kisenwether, R. Tallon and O. Finckh, 2002, "Closing the assessment feedback loop: The use of a qualitative formative evaluation process and changes in the second year of a three-year joint GK-12 HEV NSF-Penn State science education project", American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition
  • Daniel C Haworth, C. Jiménez, B. Cuenot, T. Poinsot and R. Blint, 2001, "Numerical simulations of partially premixed turbulent combustion", Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp. 427-437
  • M. Baum, T. J. Poinsot, Daniel C Haworth and N. Darabiha, 1993, "Using DNS to study H2/O2/N2 flames with complex chemistry in turbulent flows", 9th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. H. El Tahry, 1989, "Application of a pdf method to in-cylinder flows in reciprocating engines", 7th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, pp. 13.1.1-13.1.6
  • S. B. Pope and Daniel C Haworth, 1987, "The mixing layer between turbulent fields of different scales", Springer, Berlin, Germany, pp. 44-53
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. B. Pope, 1985, "Application of a generalized Langevin model to the two-dimensional mixing layer", 5th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows, Ithaca, NY, pp. 3.13-3.18

Journal Article

  • A Imren and D C Haworth, 2016, "On the merits of extrapolation-based stiff ODE solvers for combustion CFD", Combust. Flame, 174, pp. 1-15
  • X Y Zhao, A Bhagatwala, J H Chen, D C Haworth and S B Pope, 2016, "An a priori DNS study of the shadow-position mixing model", Combust. Flame, 165, pp. 223-245
  • S P Roy and Daniel C Haworth, 2016, "Comparisons of section- and moment-based soot aerosol dynamics models for laminar premixed ethylene flames", Combust. Sci. Technol., 188, pp. 1021-1053
  • V Raj Mohan and D C Haworth, 2015, "Turbulence-chemistry interactions in a heavy-duty compression-ignition engine", Proc. Combust. Inst., 35, pp. 3053-3060
  • M Jangi, X Y Zhao, D C Haworth and X S Bai, 2015, "Stabilization and liftoff length of a non-premixed methane/air jet flame discharging into a high-temperature environment: An accelerated transported PDF method", Combust. Flame, 162, pp. 408-419
  • G Pal, A Gupta, D C Haworth and M F Modest, 2015, "Comparison of accuracy and computational expense of radiation models in simulation of nonpremixed turbulent jet flames", Combust. Flame, 162, pp. 2487-2495
  • P G Arias, V R Lecoustre, S P Roy, Z Luo, D C Haworth, T Lu, A Trouvé and H G Im, 2015, "Dynamics of flow-soot interaction in wrinkled nonpremixed ethylene-air flames", Combust. Theory & Modelling, 19, pp. 568-586
  • S P Roy, P G Arias, V R Lecoustre, D C Haworth, H G Im and A Trouvé, 2014, "Development of high fidelity soot aerosol dynamics models using method of moments with interpolative closure", Aerosol Sci.Technol., 48, pp. 379-391
  • V R Lecoustre, P G Arias, S P Roy, W Wang, Z Luo, D C Haworth, H G Im, T F Lu, R Sankaran and A Trouvé, 2014, "Direct numerical simulations of non-premixed ethylene-air flames: Local flame extinction criterion", Combust. Flame, 161, pp. 2933-2950
  • P Abraham, K Liu, D C Haworth, D L Reuss and V Sick, 2014, "Evaluating LES and high-speed PIV with phase-invariant POD", Oil & Gas Science and Technology (Revue de l'Institut Français du Pétrole), 69, pp. 41-59
  • J Cai, S Lei, A Dasgupta, M F Modest and D C Haworth, 2014, "High fidelity radiative heat transfer models for high-pressure laminar hydrogen-air diffusion flames", Combust. Theory & Modelling
  • M Jangi, X Y Zhao, D C Haworth and X S Bai, 2014, "Stabilization and liftoff length of a non-premixed methane/air jet flame discharging into a high-temperature environment: An accelerated transported PDF method", Combust. Flame
  • X Y Zhao and D C Haworth, 2014, "Transported PDF modeling of pulverized coal jet flames", Combust. Flame, 161, pp. 1866-1882
  • A. Gupta, Daniel C Haworth and M. F. Modest, 2013, "Turbulence-radiation interactions in large-eddy simulations of luminous and nonluminous nonpremixed flames", Proc. Combust. Inst., 34, pp. 1281-1288
  • K. Liu, Daniel C Haworth, X. Yang and V. Gopalakrishnan, 2013, "Large-eddy simulation of motored flow in a two-valve piston engine: POD analysis and cycle-to-cycle variations", Flow, Turbulence & Combustion, 91, pp. 373-403
  • X.-Y. Zhao, Daniel C Haworth, T. Ren and M. F. Modest, 2013, "A transported probability density function/photon Monte Carlo method for high-temperature oxy-natural gas combustion with spectral gas and wall radiation", Combust. Theory & Modelling, 17, pp. 354-381
  • S. Bhattacharjee and Daniel C Haworth, 2013, "Simulations of transient n-heptane and n-dodecane spray flames under engine-relevant conditions using a transported PDF method", Combust. Flame, 160, pp. 2083-2102
  • J. Jaishree and Daniel C Haworth, 2012, "Comparisons of Lagrangian and Eulerian PDF methods in simulations of nonpremixed turbulent jet flames with moderate-to-strong turbulence-chemistry interactions", Combust. Theory & Modelling, 16, pp. 435-463
  • X.-Y. Zhao, Daniel C Haworth and E. D. Huckaby, 2012, "Transported PDF modeling of nonpremixed turbulent CO/H2/N2 jet flames", Combust. Sci. Technol., 184, pp. 676-693
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2010, "Progress in probability density function methods for turbulent reacting flows", Prog. Energy Combust. Sci., 36, pp. 168-259
  • R. S. Mehta, Daniel C Haworth and M. F. Modest, 2010, "Compostion PDF/photon Monte Carlo modeling of moderately sooting turbulent jet flames", Combust. Flame, 157, pp. 982-994
  • G. K. Lilik, H. Zhang, J. M. Herreros, Daniel C Haworth and A. L. Boehman, 2010, "Hydrogen-assisted diesel combustion", Intern'l. J. Hydrogen Energy, 35, pp. 4382-4398
  • R. S. Mehta, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2010, "Radiation characteristics and turbulence-radiation interactions in sooting turbulent jet flames", Combust. Theory & Modelling, 14, pp. 105-124
  • K. Liu and Daniel C Haworth, 2010, "Large-eddy simulation for an axisymmetric piston-cylinder assembly with and without swirl", Flow, Turbulence & Combustion, 85, pp. 279-307
  • R. S. Mehta, A. Wang, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2009, "Modeling of a turbulent ethylene/air flame using hybrid finite volume/Monte Carlo methods", Comput. Thermal Sci., 1, pp. 37-53
  • K. V. Deshmukh, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2009, "Higher-order spherical harmonics to model radiation in direct numerical simulation of turbulent reacting flows", Computational Thermal Sciences, 1, pp. 207-230
  • A. Gupta, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2009, "Large-eddy simulation of turbulence-radiation interactions in a planar turbulent channel flow", J. Heat Transf., 131, (6), pp. 061704-1 - 061704-8
  • A. Wang, M. F. Modest, Daniel C Haworth and L. Wang, 2008, "Monte Carlo simulation of radiative heat transfer and turbulence interactions in methane/air jet flames", J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer, 109, pp. 269-279
  • E. H. Kung and Daniel C Haworth, 2008, "Transported probability density function (tPDF) modeling for direct-injection internal combustion engines", SAE Intern'l. J. Engines, 1, (1), pp. 591-606
  • M. G. Shirk, T. P. McGuire, G. L. Neal and Daniel C Haworth, 2008, "Investigation of a hydrogen-assisted combustion system for a light-duty diesel vehicle", Intern'l. J. Hydrogen Energy, 33, pp. 7237-7244
  • K. V. Deshmukh, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2008, "Direct numerical simulation of turbulence-radiation interactions in a statistically one-dimensional nonpremixed system", J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer, 109, pp. 2391-2400
  • Y. Wu, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2007, "A high-order photon Monte Carlo method for radiative transfer in direct numerical simulation", J. Comput. Phys., 223, pp. 898--922
  • K. V. Deshmukh, Daniel C Haworth and M. F. Modest, 2007, "Direct numerical simulation of turbulence-radiation interactions in a statistically homogeneous nonpremixed combustion system", 31, pp. 1641-1648
  • J. P. Szybist, A. L. Boehman, Daniel C Haworth and H. Koga, 2007, "Premixed ignition behavior of alternative diesel fuel-relevant compounds in a motored engine experiment", Combustion & Flame, 149, pp. 112-128
  • L. Wang, J. Yang, M. F. Modest and Daniel C Haworth, 2007, "Application of the full-spectrum k-distribution method to photon Monte Carlo solvers", J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer, 104, pp. 297-304
  • Y. Wu, Daniel C Haworth, M. F. Modest and B. Cuenot, 2005, "Direct numerical simulation of turbulence/radiation interaction in premixed combustion systems", Proc. Combust. Institute, 30, pp. 639-646
  • L. Wang, Daniel C Haworth, S. R. Turns and M. F. Modest, 2005, "Interactions among soot, thermal radiation, and NOx emissions in oxygen-enriched turbulent nonpremixed flames: a CFD modeling study", Combust. Flame, 141, pp. 170-179
  • Y. Z. Zhang, E. H. Kung and Daniel C Haworth, 2005, "A PDF method for multidimensional modeling of HCCI engine combustion: effects of turbulence/chemistry interactions on ignition timing and emissions", Proc. Combust. Institute, 30, pp. 2763-2771
  • L. Wang, M. F. Modest, Daniel C Haworth and S. R. Turns, 2005, "Modeling nongray gas-phase and soot radiation in luminous turbulent nonpremixed jet flames", Combust. Theory & Modelling, 9, pp. 479-498
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2005, "A review of turbulent combustion modeling for multidimensional in-cylinder CFD", SAE Transactions, Journal of Engines, pp. 899-928
  • Y. Z. Zhang and Daniel C Haworth, 2004, "A general mass consistency algorithm for hybrid particle/finite-volume PDF methods", J. Comput. Phys., 194, pp. 156-193
  • M. Fogleman, J. Lumley, D. Rempfer and Daniel C Haworth, 2004, "Application of the proper orthogonal decomposition to datasets of IC engine flows", Journal of Turbulence, 5, pp. Article #023
  • K.-H. Song, P. Nag, T. A. Litzinger and Daniel C Haworth, 2003, "Effects of oxygenated additives on aromatic species in fuel-rich, premixed ethane combustion: a modeling study", Combustion & Flame, 135, pp. 341-349
  • S. B. Inman, M. El-Gindy and Daniel C Haworth, 2003, "Hybrid electric vehicles technology and simulation: A literature review", Heavy Vehicle Systems, a series of The International Journal of Vehicle Design, 10, pp. 167-187
  • C. Jiménez, Daniel C Haworth, B. Cuenot and T. Poinsot, 2002, "Direct numerical simulation and modeling for lean stratified propane-air flames", Combustion & Flame, 128, pp. 1-21
  • M. Embouazza, Daniel C Haworth and N. Darabiha, 2002, "Implementation of detailed chemical mechanisms into multidimensional CFD using in situ adaptive tabulation: Application to HCCI engines", SAE Transactions: J. of Fuels and Lubricants, 111, pp. 1544-1559
  • S. B. Inman, Daniel C Haworth and M. El-Gindy, 2002, "Integration of WAVE and ADVISOR simulations for optimization of a hybrid electric sport utility vehicle", pp. SAE Paper No. 2002-01-2856
  • P. Nag, K.-H. Song, T. A. Litzinger and Daniel C Haworth, 2001, "A chemical kinetic modeling study of the mechanism of soot reduction by oxygenated fuel additives in diesel engines", International Journal of Engine Research, 2, (3), pp. 163-175
  • Daniel C Haworth and K. Jansen, 2000, "Large-eddy simulation on unstructured deforming meshes: Towards reciprocating IC engines", Computers & Fluids, 29, (5), pp. 493-524
  • Daniel C Haworth, B. Cuenot, T. J. Poinsot and R. J. Blint, 2000, "Numerical simulation of turbulent propane-air combustion with non-homogeneous reactants", Combustion and Flame, 121, (3), pp. 395-417
  • R. Verzicco, J. Mohd-Yusof, P. Orlandi and Daniel C Haworth, 2000, "Large-eddy simulation in complex geometric configurations using boundary body forces", AIAA Journal, 38, (3), pp. 427-433
  • S. Subramaniam and Daniel C Haworth, 2000, "A PDF method for turbulent mixing and combustion on three-dimensional unstructured deforming meshes", International Journal of Engine Research, 1, (2), pp. 171-190
  • R. J. Blint and Daniel C Haworth, 2000, "Modeling oxidation of exhaust gases diluted by air under exhaust manifold conditions", Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 28, (2), pp. 2451-2457
  • Daniel C Haworth, 1999, "Large-eddy simulation of in-cylinder flows", Oil & Gas Science and Technology, 54, (2), pp. 175-185
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. H. El Tahry, 1998, "Remodeling the internal combustion engine", The Industrial Physicist, pp. 29-33
  • S. Chang and Daniel C Haworth, 1997, "Adaptive grid refinement using cell-level and global imbalances", International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 24, (4), pp. 375-392
  • Daniel C Haworth, J. M. Maguire, W. R. Matthes, R. Rhein and S. H. El Tahry, 1996, "Dynamic fluid flow analysis of oil pumps", SAE Transactions: J. of Passenger Cars, 105, (6)
  • D. L. Reuss, T.-W. Kuo, B. Khalighi, Daniel C Haworth and M. Rosilik, 1995, "Particle image velocimetry measurements in a high-swirl engine used for evaluation of computational fluid dynamics calculations", SAE Transactions: J. of Engines, 104, (3)
  • B. Khalighi, S. H. El Tahry, Daniel C Haworth and M. S. Huebler, 1995, "Computation and measurement of flow and combustion in a four-valve engine with intake variations", SAE Transactions: J. of Engines, 104, (3)
  • B. Khalighi, Daniel C Haworth and M. S. Huebler, 1994, "Multidimensional port-and-in-cylinder flow calculations and flow visualization study in an internal combustion engine with different intake configurations", SAE Transactions: J. of Fuels and Lubricants, 103, (4)
  • M. Baum, T. J. Poinsot, Daniel C Haworth and N. Darabiha, 1994, "Using direct numerical simulation to study H2/O2/N2 flames with complex chemistry in turbulent flows", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 281, (1), pp. 1-32
  • T. J. Poinsot, Daniel C Haworth and G. Bruneaux, 1993, "Direct simulation and modeling of flame-wall interaction for turbulent premixed combustion", Combustion and Flame, 95, (1-2), pp. 118-132
  • Daniel C Haworth, S. H. El Tahry and M. S. Huebler, 1993, "A global approach to error estimation and physical diagnostics in multidimensional CFD", International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 17, (1), pp. 75-97
  • Daniel C Haworth, M. S. Huebler, S. H. El Tahry and W. R. Matthes, 1993, "Multidimensional calculations for a two-stroke-cycle engine: A detailed scavenging model validation", SAE Transactions: J. of Engines, 102, (3)
  • S. H. El Tahry and Daniel C Haworth, 1992, "Directions in turbulence modeling for in-cylinder flows in reciprocating engines", Journal of Propulsion and Power, 8, (5), pp. 1040-1048
  • Daniel C Haworth and T. J. Poinsot, 1992, "Numerical simulation of Lewis number effects in turbulent premixed flames", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 244, pp. 405-436
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. H. El Tahry, 1991, "Probability density function approach for multidimensional turbulent flow calculations with application to in-cylinder flows in reciprocating engines", AIAA Journal, 29, (2), pp. 208-218
  • Daniel C Haworth, S. H. El Tahry, M. S. Huebler and S. Chang, 1990, "Multidimensional port-and-cylinder flow calculations for two- and four-valve-per-cylinder engines: Influence of intake configuration on flow structure", SAE Transactions: J. of Engines, 99, (3)
  • Daniel C Haworth, M. C. Drake and R. J. Blint, 1988, "Stretched laminar flamelet modeling of a turbulent jet diffusion flame", Combustion Science and Technology, 60, (4-6), pp. 287-318
  • Daniel C Haworth, 1988, "The importance of time-dependent flame structures in stretched laminar flamelet models for turbulent jet diffusion flames", Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 22, (1), pp. 589-597
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. B. Pope, 1987, "Monte Carlo solutions of a joint pdf equation for turbulent flows in general orthogonal coordinates", Journal of Computational Physics, 72, (2), pp. 311-346
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. B. Pope, 1987, "A pdf modeling study of self-similar turbulent free shear flows", Physics of Fluids, 30, (4), pp. 1026-1044
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. B. Pope, 1986, "A generalized Langevin model for turbulent flows", Physics of Fluids, 29, (2), pp. 387-405
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. B. Pope, 1986, "A second-order Monte Carlo method for the solution of the Ito stochastic differential equation", Stochastic Analysis and Applications, 4, (2), pp. 151-186

Monograph

Other

  • M. Fogleman, D. Rempfer, J. Lumley and Daniel C Haworth, 2002, "POD analysis of in-cylinder flows", pp. ASME Paper No. FEDSM2002-31413
  • C. Jiménez, Daniel C Haworth, T. Poinsot, B. Cuenot and R. Blint, 2000, "Numerical simulations of combustion in a lean stratified propane-air mixture", pp. 133-144
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2000, "A probability density function/flamelet method for partially premixed turbulent combustion", pp. 145-156
  • R. Verzicco, J. Mohd-Yusof, P. Orlandi and Daniel C Haworth, 1998, "Three-dimensional LES in complex geometries using boundary body forces", pp. 171-186
  • Daniel C Haworth, B. Cuenot, T. J. Poinsot and R. J. Blint, 1998, "Numerical simulation of turbulent propane-air combustion with non-homogeneous reactants: Initial results", pp. 5-24
  • Daniel C Haworth and K. Jansen, 1996, "LES on unstructured deforming meshes: Towards reciprocating IC engines", pp. 329-346
  • T. J. Poinsot and Daniel C Haworth, 1992, "DNS and modeling of the interaction between turbulent premixed flames and walls", pp. 307-323
  • M. Baum, T. J. Poinsot and Daniel C Haworth, 1992, "Numerical simulations of turbulent premixed H2/O2/N2 flames with complex chemistry", pp. 345-366
  • S. H. El Tahry and Daniel C Haworth, 1991, "A critical review of turbulence models for applications in the automotive industry"
  • Daniel C Haworth and T. J. Poinsot, 1990, "The influence of Lewis number and nonhomogeneous mixture on premixed turbulent flame structure", pp. 281-298

Part of Book

  • Daniel C Haworth, 2013, Applications of turbulent combustion modeling, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics Lecture Series 2013-06, Rhode-Saint-Genèse, Belgium
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2011, Applications of turbulent combustion modeling, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics Lecture Series 2011-03, Rhode-Saint-Genèse, Belgium
  • Daniel C Haworth and S. B. Pope, 2011, Transported probability density function methods for Reynolds-averaged and large-eddy simulations, Springer, pp. 119-142
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2009, Applications of turbulent combustion modeling, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics Lecture Series 2009-07, Rhode-Saint-Genèse, Belgium
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2007, Applications of turbulent combustion modeling, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics Lecture Series 2007-08, Rhode-Saint-Genese, Belgium
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2005, Applications of turbulent combustion modeling, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics Lecture Series 2005-02, Rhode-Saint-Genese, Belgium
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2003, Applications of turbulent combustion modeling, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics Lecture Series 2003-04, Rhode-Saint-Genèse, Belgium
  • Daniel C Haworth, 2001, Applications of turbulent combustion modeling, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics Lecture Series 2001-03, Rhode-Saint-Genèse, Belgium
  • Daniel C Haworth, 1999, Turbulent combustion modeling and applications, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint-Genèse, Belgium
  • P. J. O'Rourke, Daniel C Haworth and R. Ranganathan, 1997, Computational fluid dynamics, pp. 186-203

Research Projects

  • August 2016 - July 2019, "Advanced radiation models to enable direct comparisons between computed and measured temperatures and compositions in laminar and turbulent flames," (Sponsor: NSF).
  • January 2016 - December 2018, "Development and Validation of Predictive Models for In-Cylinder Radiation and Wall Heat Transfer," (Sponsor: DOE).
  • October 2015 - September 2017, "Large-Eddy Simulation of Direct-Injection Spark-Ignition Engine Combustion," (Sponsor: GM Research and Development).
  • September 2013 - August 2016, "Collaborative Research: NSF/DOE Advanced Combustion Engines: Radiation Heat Transfer and Turbulent Fluctuations in IC Engines - Toward Predictive Models to Enable High Efficie," (Sponsor: National Science Foundation/Department of Energy).

Honors and Awards

  • Lawrence J. Perez Memorial Student Advocate Award, 2013
  • ASME Fellow Grade Membership, 2009
  • SAE Fellow Grade Membership, 2007
  • SAE Lloyd L. Withrow Distinguished Speaker Award, 2006
  • National Science Foundation Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award, 2004
  • Penn State Engineering Society Outstanding Advising Award, 2004
  • Department of MNE, Outstanding Faculty Award, 2003
  • SAE Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award, for contributions to engineering education, 2003
  • Department of Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering’s Joel and Ruth Spira Endowed Teaching Award, 2002
  • SAE Arch T. Colwell Merit Award, 1998
  • GM R&D Center McCuen Award, 1997
  • GM R&D Center Award of Excellence, 1997
  • Oral presentation award, SAE International Congress & Exposition, 1996
  • GM Powertrain Group Achievement Award, 1995
  • Oral presentation award, SAE International Congress & Exposition, 1990

Service

Service to Penn State:

  • Member, Member, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure, Implementation Committee, January 2015 - December 2015
  • Member, Member, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure, Search Committee, June 2015 - August 2015
  • Chairperson, Chair, Thomas D. Larson Pennsylvania Transportation Institute, Promotion Committee, January 2015 - May 2015
  • Chairperson, MNE Graduate Policy Committee, MNE, August 2009 - December 2015
  • Chairperson, MSME Program Development Committee, MSME, September 2011 - December 2015
  • Administrator, Associate Head of Graduate Programs, Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering, MNE Graduate Programs, July 2011 - December 2015
  • Chairperson, ME Seminar Committee and ME590, ME, August 2014 - December 2015
  • Member, Combustion Seminar Series, College, September 1999 - December 2015
  • Chairperson, MNE combustion faculty search committee, MNE, August 2013 - May 2014
  • HostHost to Visiting Student, August 2013 - April 2014
  • HostHost to Visiting Student, August 2013 - February 2014
  • HostHost to Visiting Student, August 2013 - September 2014
  • Member, INGaR Director search committee, June 2013 - May 2014
  • Member, Proposal preparation, Battelle, March 2014 - October 2014
  • Member, Research Data and Computing Committee, August 2013 - May 2014
  • Member, Guillet Endowed Professorship Advisory Committee, January 2014 - May 2014
  • Member, COE strategic planning committee, August 2013 - May 2014
  • Member, Lawrence J. Perez Memorial Student Advocate Award, February 2014 - March 2014
  • Penn State interface with NETL-RUAConsortium Area Lead, NETL Regional University Alliance, September 2010 - November 2014
  • , Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition team, January 2011 - January 2011
  • Advisor, MNEGSC, September 2011 - September 2011
  • Co-Chairperson, Cochair, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure, Executive Committee, January 2016
  • , Faculty advisor, Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition team, September 2013
  • Member, Member, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure, Advisory Council, July 2015
  • Co-Organizer, Organizing Committee, Energy Institute, Energy Exchange Seminar Series, August 2015
  • Director, Penn State Center for Combustion, Power and Propulsion, College of Engineering, Center, September 2013
  • Member, Combustion Caucus, May 2001
  • Member, Graduate Candidacy Exams, January 2000
  • Member, Thermodynamics (ME300) Course Caucus, ME, January 2000
  • Committee Member, MNE Graduate Policy Committee, MNE, January 2016
  • Chairperson, Thermal sciences search committee, MNE, August 2016
  • Committee Member, PSU Global Nuclear Power Safety (GNPS) Center, March 2016
  • Mentor, Junior Faculty Mentor, MNE Department, September 2013
  • Representative, MNE/COE representative, Volvo Academic Partnership Program, August 2012
  • Member, MNE Fluids Caucus, January 2010
  • , Consortium Area Lead, NETL Regional University Alliance, September 2010
  • Faculty Advisor, FutureTruck/Challenge X/EcoCAR/EcoCAR 2, University, September 2001

Service to External Organizations:

  • Chairperson, Chair, Combustion Institute, October 2013 - April 2016
  • Member, Award Committee, American Physical Society, Acrivos Award Selection Committee, 2014 - 2015
  • Reviewer, External PhD thesis reviewer, University of New South Wales, November 2015 - December 2015
  • Evaluator, P&T letters, January 2015 - December 2015
  • Chairperson, Session Chair, Combustion Institute, August 2014 - August 2014
  • Coordinator, International Symposium, Combustion Institute, February 2013 - November 2014
  • Board Member, Board, Combustion Institute, August 2012
  • Committee Member, Scientific Committee, IFP-EN, Scientific Committee, January 2014
  • Co-Organizer, Session Co-Organizer, SAE International, August 2015
  • Member, Committee Member, SAE International, 2013
  • Advisor, Scientific Committee, International Sooting Flames (ISF) Workshop, 2011
  • Co-Organizer, Co-Organizer, Engine Combustion Network, 2012
  • Other, Past Chair, Combustion Institute, April 2016
 


 

About

The Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Penn State is one of the nation’s largest and most successful engineering departments. We serve more than 1,000 undergraduate students and more than 330 graduate students

We offer B.S. degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering as well as resident (M.S., Ph.D.) and online (M.S., M.Eng.) graduate degrees in nuclear engineering and mechanical engineering. MNE's strength is in offering hands-on experience in highly relevant research areas, such as energy, homeland security, biomedical devices, and transportation systems.

Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

137 Reber Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4400

Phone: 814-865-2519