Dr. Nickolas Eaves

Dr. Nickolas Eaves

Assistant Professor
519-253-3000 ext. 5924
nickolas.eaves@uwindsor.ca
Office: 2142 CEI

Education

  • PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Toronto, 2016
  • MASc, Mechanical Engineering, University of Toronto, 2012
  • BASc, Mechanical Engineering, University of Waterloo, 2009

Research Interests

  • Developing fundamental and reduced numerical models for nanoparticle aerosol processes
  • Combustion, internal combustion engines, gas turbines, jet engines
  • Soot/particulate and other pollutant formation
  • Alternative fuels and biofuels
  • Atmospheric black carbon restructuring

Selected Publications

  • Eaves, N., Dworkin, S.B., Thomson, M.J (2017) Assessing relative contributions of PAHs to soot mass by reversible heterogeneous nucleation and condensation. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 36 (1): 935-945.
     
  • Eaves, N., Zhang, Q., Liu, F., Guo, H., Dworkin, S.B., Thomson, M.J (2016) CoFlame: A Refined and Validated Numerical Algorithm for Modeling Sooting Laminar Coflow Diffusion Flames. Computer Physics Communications. 207:464-477.
     
  • Veshkini, A., Eaves, N., Dworkin, S.B., Thomson, M.J. (2016) Application of PAH-condensation reversibility in modeling soot growth in laminar premixed and nonpremixed flames. Combustion and Flame. 167:335-352.
     
  • Khosousi, A., Liu, F., Dworkin, S.B., Eaves, N., Thomson, M.J., He, X., Dai, Y., Shuai, S., Wang, J. (2015) Experimental and numerical study of soot formation in laminar coflow diffusion flames of gasoline/ethanol blends. Combustion and Flame. 162 (10):3925-3933.
     
  • Eaves, N., Dworkin, S.B., Thomson, M.J. (2015) The Importance of Reversibility in Modeling Soot Nucleation and Condensation Processes. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 35 (2):1787-1794.

 

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