Guy B. Marin

According to our database1, Guy B. Marin authored at least 13 papers between 2006 and 2019.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2019
The switching point between kinetic and thermodynamic control.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2019

Complex reaction network generation for Steady State Isotopic Transient Kinetic Analysis: Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2019

2018
Automated reaction database and reaction network analysis: extraction of reaction templates using cheminformatics.
J. Cheminformatics, 2018

2015
Symmetry calculation for molecules and transition states.
Journal of Computational Chemistry, 2015

New Patterns in Steady-State Chemical Kinetics: Intersections, Coincidences, Map of Events (Two-Step Mechanism).
Entropy, 2015

2014
GPU based simulation of reactive mixtures with detailed chemistry in combination with tabulation and an analytical Jacobian.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2014

2013
Intersections and coincidences in chemical kinetics: Linear two-step reversible-irreversible reaction mechanism.
Comput. Math. Appl., 2013

2012
Coupled simulation of an industrial naphtha cracking furnace equipped with long-flame and radiation burners.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2012

2011
Comparison of Eulerian-Lagrangian and Eulerian-Eulerian method for dilute gas-solid flow with side inlet.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2011

Accuracy and convergence rate of steady-state simulation of one-dimensional, reactive gas flow with molar expansion.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2011

2009
Modeling the evaporation of a hydrocarbon feedstock in the convection section of a steam cracker.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2009

2007
Molecular reconstruction of naphtha steam cracking feedstocks based on commercial indices.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2007

2006
CFD simulations of steam cracking furnaces using detailed combustion mechanisms.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2006


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