Zsely Istvan Gyula
Zsely Istvan Gyula
Associate Professor, Institute of Chemistry,Eötvös University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei chem.elte.hu
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Comparison of the performance of several recent hydrogen combustion mechanisms
C Olm, IG Zsély, R Pálvölgyi, T Varga, T Nagy, HJ Curran, T Turányi
Combustion and Flame 161 (9), 2219-2234, 2014
1282014
Optimization of a hydrogen combustion mechanism using both direct and indirect measurements
T Varga, T Nagy, C Olm, IG Zsély, R Pálvölgyi, É Valkó, G Vincze, ...
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 35 (1), 589-596, 2015
1222015
Determination of rate parameters based on both direct and indirect measurements
T Turányi, T Nagy, IG Zsély, M Cserháti, T Varga, BT Szabó, I Sedyó, ...
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics 44 (5), 284-302, 2012
1212012
Comparison of the performance of several recent syngas combustion mechanisms
C Olm, IG Zsély, T Varga, HJ Curran, T Turányi
Combustion and Flame 162 (5), 1793-1812, 2015
1092015
Local and global uncertainty analysis of complex chemical kinetic systems
J Zádor, IG Zsely, T Turányi
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 91 (10-11), 1232-1240, 2006
1092006
Local and global uncertainty analyses of a methane flame model
J Zádor, IG Zsély, T Turányi, M Ratto, S Tarantola, A Saltelli
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 109 (43), 9795-9807, 2005
1092005
Uncertainty analysis of updated hydrogen and carbon monoxide oxidation mechanisms
IG Zsély, J Zádor, T Turányi
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 30 (1), 1273-1281, 2005
1062005
Development of a joint hydrogen and syngas combustion mechanism based on an optimization approach
T Varga, C Olm, T Nagy, IG Zsély, É Valkó, R Pálvölgyi, HJ Curran, ...
International journal of chemical kinetics 48 (8), 407-422, 2016
942016
An investigation of important gas-phase reactions of nitrogenous species from the simulation of experimental measurements in combustion systems
KJ Hughes, AS Tomlin, E Hampartsoumian, W Nimmo, IG Zsély, M Ujvári, ...
combustion and flame 124 (4), 573-589, 2001
782001
Uncertainty analysis of NO production during methane combustion
IG Zsély, J Zádor, T Turányi
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics 40 (11), 754-768, 2008
672008
Uncertainty of the rate parameters of several important elementary reactions of the H2 and syngas combustion systems
T Nagy, É Valkó, I Sedyó, IG Zsély, MJ Pilling, T Turányi
Combustion and Flame 162 (5), 2059-2076, 2015
482015
Time scale and dimension analysis of a budding yeast cell cycle model
A Lovrics, A Csikász-Nagy, IG Zsély, J Zádor, T Turányi, B Novák
BMC bioinformatics 7 (1), 1-11, 2006
432006
Determination of rate parameters of cyclohexane and 1-hexene decomposition reactions
IG Zsély, T Varga, T Nagy, M Cserháti, T Turányi, S Peukert, ...
Energy 43 (1), 85-93, 2012
392012
Reduction of a detailed kinetic model for the ignition of methane/propane mixtures at gas turbine conditions using simulation error minimization methods
IG Zsély, T Nagy, JM Simmie, HJ Curran
Combustion and Flame 158 (8), 1469-1479, 2011
392011
The influence of thermal coupling and diffusion on the importance of reactions: The case study of hydrogen–air combustion
IG Zsély, T Turányi
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 5 (17), 3622-3631, 2003
392003
Kinetic analysis of ethyl iodide pyrolysis based on shock tube measurements
T Varga, IG Zsély, T Turányi, T Bentz, M Olzmann
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics 46 (6), 295-304, 2014
362014
KINALC: a CHEMKIN based program for kinetic analysis
T Turanyi, IG Zsely, C Frouzakis
Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2005
322005
Sensitivity analysis of an ozone deposition model
R Mészáros, IG Zsély, D Szinyei, C Vincze, I Lagzi
Atmospheric Environment 43 (3), 663-672, 2009
312009
Kinetic analysis of mechanisms of complex pyrolytic reactions
T Kovács, IG Zsély, A Kramarics, T Turányi
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 79 (1-2), 252-258, 2007
312007
Similarity of sensitivity functions of reaction kinetic models
IG Zsely, J Zador, T Turanyi
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107 (13), 2216-2238, 2003
312003
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