Timothy A. Sipkens
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In situ nanoparticle size measurements of gas-borne silicon nanoparticles by time-resolved laser-induced incandescence
TA Sipkens, R Mansmann, KJ Daun, N Petermann, JT Titantah, ...
Applied Physics B 116 (3), 623-636, 2014
762014
Thermal accommodation coefficients for laser-induced incandescence sizing of metal nanoparticles in monatomic gases
KJ Daun, TA Sipkens, JT Titantah, M Karttunen
Applied Physics B 112 (3), 409-420, 2013
392013
Time-resolved laser-induced incandescence characterization of metal nanoparticles
TA Sipkens, NR Singh, KJ Daun
Applied Physics B: Lasers & Optics 123 (14), 1-17, 2017
372017
Sizing of molybdenum nanoparticles using time-resolved laser-induced incandescence
T Sipkens, G Joshi, KJ Daun, Y Murakami
Journal of heat transfer 135 (5), 2013
372013
Quantifying uncertainty in soot volume fraction estimates using Bayesian inference of auto-correlated laser-induced incandescence measurements
PJ Hadwin, TA Sipkens, KA Thomson, F Liu, KJ Daun
Applied Physics B 122 (1), 1, 2016
362016
Examination of the thermal accommodation coefficient used in the sizing of iron nanoparticles by time-resolved laser-induced incandescence
TA Sipkens, NR Singh, KJ Daun, N Bizmark, M Ioannidis
Applied Physics B 119 (4), 561-575, 2015
352015
On determining soot maturity: A review of the role of microscopy-and spectroscopy-based techniques
A Baldelli, U Trivanovic, TA Sipkens, SN Rogak
Chemosphere 252, 126532, 2020
282020
Inverse analysis and regularisation in conditional source-term estimation modelling
JW Labahn, CB Devaud, TA Sipkens, KJ Daun
Combustion Theory and Modelling 18 (3), 474-499, 2014
262014
General error model for analysis of laser-induced incandescence signals
TA Sipkens, PJ Hadwin, SJ Grauer, KJ Daun
Applied Optics 56 (30), 8436-8445, 2017
252017
Quantifying uncertainty in auto-compensating laser-induced incandescence parameters due to multiple nuisance parameters
PJ Hadwin, TA Sipkens, KA Thomson, F Liu, KJ Daun
Applied Physics B 123 (4), 114, 2017
18*2017
Properties of materials considered for improvised masks
SN Rogak, TA Sipkens, M Guan, H Nikookar, D Vargas Figueroa, J Wang
Aerosol Science and Technology 55 (4), 398-413, 2021
172021
Predicting the heat of vaporization of iron at high temperatures using time-resolved laser-induced incandescence and Bayesian model selection
TA Sipkens, PJ Hadwin, SJ Grauer, KJ Daun
Journal of Applied Physics 123 (9), 095103, 2018
162018
Morphology and size of soot from gas flares as a function of fuel and water addition
U Trivanovic, TA Sipkens, M Kazemimanesh, A Baldelli, AM Jefferson, ...
Fuel 279, 118478, 2020
152020
Defining regimes and analytical expressions for fluence curves in pulsed laser heating of aerosolized nanoparticles
TA Sipkens, KJ Daun
Optics express 25 (5), 5684-5696, 2017
152017
Inversion methods to determine two-dimensional aerosol mass-mobility distributions: A critical comparison of established methods
TA Sipkens, JS Olfert, SN Rogak
Journal of Aerosol Science 140, 105484, 2020
142020
Measurement-based meshing, basis selection, and prior assignment in chemical species tomography
SJ Grauer, PJ Hadwin, TA Sipkens, KJ Daun
Optics express 25 (21), 25135-25148, 2017
132017
Using cube models to understand trends in thermal accommodation coefficients at high surface temperatures
TA Sipkens, KJ Daun
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 111, 54-64, 2017
112017
Laser-induced incandescence on metal nanoparticles: validity of the Rayleigh approximation
S Talebi-Moghaddam, TA Sipkens, KJ Daun
Applied Physics B 125 (11), 1-16, 2019
92019
Investigating temporal variation in the apparent volume fraction measured by time-resolved laser-induced incandescence
TA Sipkens, J Menser, R Mansmann, C Schulz, KJ Daun
Applied Physics B 125 (8), 1-20, 2019
92019
Detector calibration and measurement issues in multi-color time-resolved laser-induced incandescence
R Mansmann, TA Sipkens, J Menser, KJ Daun, T Dreier, C Schulz
Applied Physics B 125 (7), 1-21, 2019
92019
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