Professor Damon Honnery

Professor Damon Honnery

Professor
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Room G15, 17 College Walk (Building 31), Clayton Campus

Damon Honnery is a Professor and Deputy Head in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, he jointly directs the Laboratory for Turbulence Research in Aerospace and Combustion. He obtained his postgraduate qualifications from the University of Sydney, after which he worked as a Research Scientist in propulsion systems at the Aeronautical Research Laboratory (DSTO, now DSTG). He joined Monash University in 1993 first working at the Caulfield Campus, then from 1999 at the Clayton Campus. He undertakes research on a wide range of topics including engines, spray systems, particle flows, pollutant formation, renewable energy and climate change mitigation. Diesel engine based pollutant formation and control is a major focus of his research and industry based work. He is a member of the Combustion Institute, the Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society and the AIAA.

Qualifications

  • Post Graduation, University of Sydney.

Professional Association

Fellow of the Australian Inst Energy.

Member of the Combustion Institute.

Research Projects

Current projects

Novel Sample introduction techniques for Plasma based Atomic Spectroscopy

Improving respiratory drug delivery through targeted nozzle design

This project combines recently developed synchrotron x-ray measurement techniques with traditional visible light diagnostics to develop a greater understanding of the link between the geometry of pressurised metered dose
inhaler components and the drug particles these devices produce. From this understanding, we aim to develop designs for inhaler components which significantly reduce the existing variability in the sprays they produce, as
well as an enhanced capacity to predict inhaler performance through development of new empirical models. The long term benefit from this research will be improved delivery efficiency and shorter product development times, leading to reduced dose rate costs.

Break-up and atomisation mechanisms in high pressure fuel sprays

The focus of this research is discovering the underlying mechanisms that give rise to the break-up and automation of high pressure sprays such as those found in many engines. The program of research makes use of a range of purpose designed experimental facilities and methodologies which are at the forefront of research in this area. Outcomes from this research will yield improved spray models giving rise to a new era of low emission fuel injectors for diesel and possibly gas turbine engines.

Silencing the screech tone - noise suppression in supersonic jets

The focus of this research is to further develop understanding of the fundamental mechanics of the
aeroacoustic phenomenon known as screech. From this deeper understanding a range of tailored control
mechanisms will be developed to reduce or eliminate the effects of screech in the engines of high-speed
aircraft. The research builds on existing expertise and established experimental facilities. As well as an
improved understanding of fundamental mechanism, the expected outcomes of the research are more
efficient active and passive flow control devices for the reduction of supersonic jet noise.

From diesel to electric: a new era in personnel transport for underground coal mines

Poor air quality is one of the hidden dangers of underground coal mining. Significant contributors to this are the gaseous and particulate emissions from the diesel vehicles used to transport miners whilst underground. While improvements have been made over the years, only by replacing these vehicles with zero emission vehicles will this problem be solved. This project undertakes this replacement through development of an electrically powered personnel transporter designed specially to meet the challenging underground environment typically found in coal mines.

Chubb Fire Aust - Dr D Honnery (Ex 36729

Dept Defence - Dr D Honnery

Past projects

High-resolution molecular tagging velocimetry and thermometry facility

Turbulent flows are of pervasive scientific and engineering importance. Most often, they also involve temperature variations. The proposed Molecular Tagging Velocimetry and Thermometry (MTV&T) facility will provide simultaneous measurements of instantaneous temperature and velocity at high resolution over a planar domain. MTV&T is nonintrusive, as it relies on the emission of long-lifetime phosphors that have been mixed into the working fluid. For this reason, MTV&T is especially well-suited for microscale, non-Newtonian, particle laden flows, and liquid/gas interface flows. The proposed infrastructure will be the first of its kind in
Australia, and will produce data that uniquely advance the engineering and science of complex flows.

Multi-drug dry powder inhalation systems for effective treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

We will develop a dry powder inhaler (DPI) and multi-drug therapy for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Current treatments require up to 5 medicines daily & current devices are inefficient. A micron sized inhalation powder that has a surface chemistry independent of the combination of drugs used will be formulated. Computational fluid dynamics will be used to predict powder de-agglomeration mechanisms and 3D-prototyping used to prepare working DPIs.aerosolization performance will be studied using 3D velocimetry & high-speed holography. We will advance knowledge in the physical & chemical sciences & develop techniques that have wide application. Ultimately, a novel therapeutic approach will have been developed for COPD.

Assessment of effects of diesel fuel additives on locomotion performance operation

Reducing Diesal Particulate Matter in Underground Mines by Optimising Design and Operation of Diesel Exhaust Systems

CRC AUTO Project 1 - D. Honnery

Experimental Facility for Extreme Air/Sea Interaction studies

This project will realize a world leading scientific facility for studies of the air/sea interface. The processes that occur at the air/sea interface, such as surface wave formation, mixing and the exchange of energy and gases, have put half of the Earth’s Carbon Dioxide in the ocean and have a major influence on climate and climate change. But unknown are the critical parameters and dynamics that control these processes and to understand them, and in turn the global carbon cycle, requires an in depth study of the physics at the air/sea interface. Major outcomes include a thorough understanding of the critical physical air/sea interface processes which affect climate change and global warming, and more credible predictive models of both.

Innovative and human-centred design in underground coalmining: a new concept vehicle for safe personnel transport

Within the Australian and international underground coal mining sector the current designs of personnel transport continue to contribute to short and long-term injuries among st miners. This project will apply ‘human-centered’ design principles, focusing on the welfare of miners, alongside technology-driven design concerns to develop specifications for a new-concept underground personnel carrier that will establish benchmark standards of safety and comfort within the industry.

Quantitative measurements of bio-oil sprays using the time resolved x-radiography

Characterising particulate laden flow in the lung airways: from drug delivery to primary anthropogenic sources

The objective is to establish a joint facility between Monash University and the University of Sydney to determine flow and particle size characteristics of micronised and nano-sized particles in simulated lung airways. The proposed facilities consists of a 3D Tomographic Imaging System, with its unprecedented resolution and dynamic measurement capabilities, and state of the art particle sizing and will provide advanced research capabilities including three dimensional imaging, measurement of flow, and sizing of particles under different breathing patterns in an invitro– respiratory tract airway environment for drug delivery, clinical and anthropogenic particle transport applications.

A Research Facility for Quantitative Digital Visualisation and Laser Diagnostics

This proposal is a response to the identification of an urgent need for a research facility dedicated to quantitative digital visualisation and laser diagnostics in fluid mechanics, combustion and structural dynamics.

CRC Railway Engineering and Technologies

Micro/nano optomechatronics sensing, measurement, and control research facility

The project aims to establish a unique joint facility between Monash and Deakin for micro/nano optomechatronics sensing, measurement, and control. It consists of a laser-based con focal microscope, laser interferometers, force/torque and capacitive sensors, and vibration isolated platforms. The facility will enhance current research facilities and programs enabling precision motion measurement of micro/nano manipulation systems and acquiring profile/characteristics of micro/nano objects as a unique means of modelling, analysis, and experimentation. This is the only facility of its kind in Australia and will provide for establishment of enabling technologies in many high quality research projects with recognised potential in frontier areas.

Advanced Facility for Ultra High-speed Visualisation and real-time Diagnostics of Particles and Droplets

The characteristics and dynamics of particles, droplets and bubbles are critical elements for a large range of engineering applications. This facility will provide ultra-high speed and real-time testing of these entities to provide a deeper insight into processes and phenomena that previously only remained as a topic of discussion. Now, a unique 3-D ultra high-speed visualization of the dynamic interaction of droplets, particles and bubbles, real-time particle characterization in air and solution and a real-time particle testing by indentation will provide important and unknown insights into combustion, fluid mechanics, material processing and material structure.

Time-resolved Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry Facility

Turbulent flows and dynamics of solids in engineering and geophysics have time-dependent and highly threedimensional
complex features. Understanding them requires time-resolved quantitative information of the 3-
components of velocity in a fluid and surface strain in solids over significant 3-dimensional domains. The
proposed time-resolved tomographic particle image velocimetry facility will provide this capability, integrated into
existing world-leading test facilities. The infrastructure will lead to experimental data that will give unique insights
into the yet-to-be understood physical mechanisms responsible for skin-friction drag on aircraft, ships and any
vehicle and the complex strain dynamics and stress fields of solids.

Scramjet Modelling

Integrated Combustion Research Facility for Biomass Derived Fuels

Bio-mass derived fuels are gaining in importance because they can contribute to solving the problems arising from the world wide decline in the reserve to production ratio of crude oil, the emission of greenhouse gases and energy security. In Australia they can also assist in mitigating dry-land salinity by increasing the viability of large-scale plantation of locally indigenous trees. However significant technical and political issues remain to be addressed before this potential can be realized. The Integrated Combustion Research Facility for Biomass Derived Fuels to be established by this grant will provide the necessary infrastructure to address these issues.

Bio-oil from woody biomass - a sustainable fuel for Australia

The focus of this research program is to demonstrate the viability of bio-oil derived from woody biomass as a future energy source for Australia. In this program, we optimise the pyrolysis process used for production of bio-oil and develop a fundamental understanding of bio-oil combustion characteristics through use of an array of state-of-the-art conventional and X-ray based experimental and numerical methods. We will also evaluate the performance of the bio-oil in research engines. Linking bio-oil production, combustion fundamentals and application in a single comprehensive project is entirely novel and will enable us to optimise fuel quality and engine specification.

Three-dimensional Optical Laser Velocimetry for the HRNBLWT (High Reynolds Number Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel)

Most unsteady and turbulent flows of engineering and geophysical interest having a highly three-dimensional complex features, and understanding them ideally requires quantitative information on the three components of velocity over a significant three-dimensional domain. The proposed infrastructure will provide such a capability and will be integrated into a world-leading wind-tunnel facility designed for the study of wall-bounded turbulent flows. The infrastructure will lead to experimental data that will give unique insights into the yet to be understood physical mechanisms responsible for skin-friction drag on aircraft, shops and any vehicle and in understanding particle dispersion in turbulent flows.

Comparison of Light-Weight Power Technologies

Atomisation and combustion physics of Australian bio-oils.

Australia is highly dependent on fossil fuels for energy production and transport, and this dependence is growing. Wide spread substitution of liquid hydrocarbon fuels by indigenous renewable bio-oil has the potential to improve Australian’s energy outlook and assist in reaching greenhouse gas targets. Understanding the interrelationships between the physical and chemical properties of bio-oil, its automization, droplet formation and combustion physics is fundamental to the delivery of an efficient and reliable combustion process using this fuel. Measurements using laser based diagnostics of the automization flow, droplet formation and combustion process will provide the experimental data to understand this complex interrelationship.

Publications

Honnery, D., Fowler, J. and Kennedy, I., The influence of pressure on NOx production from turbulent hydrogen/air diffusion flames, Paper 93-041 Spring Meeting of the Western States Section of the Combustion Institute, Salt Lake City Utah, March 1993.

Honnery, D. and Kent, J., Soot mass growth modelling in laminar diffusion flames Proceedings of Biennial Combustion Science Conference, Fishermens Bend, Victoria, November 7-8, 1991.

Honnery, D., Djingga, S. and Kent, J., Soot formation rates in two laminar ethylene diffusion flames, Proceedings of 10th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne, 1989.

Honnery D and Kent J, Kinetic and mixing rates in sooting laminar diffusion flames, Proceedings of Joint Japan/Australia-New Zealand Combustion Institute Sections Meeting, Sydney, Australia 1989.

Ibrahim, S., Mudford, N., Bilger, R. and Honnery, D., Mixing and non-equilibrium chemistry in a plume from a point source in a turbulent flow, Proceedings of 12th IMACS Congress, Paris, 1988.

Full conference papers referred by abstract

Shahangian, N, Honnery, D Ghojel, G. Time resolved measurements of diesel fuel spray onto porous media. 9th Australian Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Monash University, Australia, 2-4th November 2011.

Roa V and Honnery D. Development of a Diesel Engine Phenomenological Model: Modelling and Validation. 9th Australian Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Monash University, Australia, 2-4th November 2011.

Nguyen, D., Honnery, D. and Soria, J. Micro droplet evaporation and modelling: measurements and validation 9th Australian Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Monash University, Australia, 2-4th November 2011.

Duke, D., Honnery, D., Soria, J., Empirical and theoretical analysis of the stability of an air assisted atomising annular liquid sheet, Presented at ILASS Americas 22nd Annual Conference, Cincinnati, 2010.

Mitchell, D., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Influence of shockwave induced velocity gradients on the correlation function, Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium of PIV, Melbourne, 2009.

Duke, D., Honnery, D. and Soria, J. A PIV-Based approach to the stability analysis of multiphase flows Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium of PIV, Melbourne, 2009.

Kostas, D, Honnery, D. and Soria, J. Measuring tip penetration and velocity of a high pressure diesel spray Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium of PIV, Melbourne, 2009.

Nguyen, D., Honnery, D. and Soria, J. Velocity measurement of fuel micro-droplets undergoing evaporation using MDIH-PIV Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium of PIV, Melbourne, 2009.

Toh, I.K, Honnery, D. and Soria, J. Velocity measurements of a swirling jet Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium of PIV, Melbourne, 2009.

Mitchell, D., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., High resolution measurement of an underexpanded jet, Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium of PIV, Rome, 2007.

Kostas, J., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Advanced imaging techniques for use in dense fuel sprays, Workshop on Digital Holographic Reconstruction & Optical Tomography for Engineering Applications, Loughborough University, UK, April 23-25, 2007.

Tran, X.T., Ghojel, J.I. and Honnery, D., Investigating Ignition Characteristics of Diesel Water Emulsions Combustion in a Constant Volume Vessel, 9th Asian Symposium on Visualization, Hong Kong, 4-9th June, 2007.

Toh, I.K, Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Near field structure of an axial plus tangential entry swirling jet, 9th Asian Symposium on Visualization, Hong Kong, 4-9th June, 2007.

Honnery, D., Ghojel, J. and Stamatov, V., Kiln produced slow pyrolysis bio-oil and its use as a blend with diesel in a DI diesel engine, 2006 Bioenergy Australia Conference, Fremantle, WA, 6-7 December.

Wahono, S., Honnery, D., Ghojel, J., Soria, J., Sinclair, J. and Murdoch, P., High-speed flow visualisation of primary breakup of an annular liquid sheet, 12th International Synposium on Flow Visualisation, Sept 10-14, 2006, Gottingen, Germany.

Honnery, D. and Bennet, J., The effect of pressure on emission indices, Proceedings of 12th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Sydney, 10-15th December, 1995.

Stamatov, V.A., Honnery, D.R., Fung, P., Soria J., Atomisation and Combustion of Blends of Australian Bio-oil with Ethanol, Proceedings of the 2nd World Conference on Biomass for Energy, Industry and Climate Protection, Paper #V2A.141, Rome, Italy, 2004.

ONeill, P., Toh, I-K, Soria, J. and Honnery, D. Investigation of a round jet with micro-injector induced swirl, Paper 161, Proceedings of the Tenth European Turbulence Conference, Barcelona, 2004.

ONeill, P., Soria, J. and Honnery, D., MCCDPIV Investigations of Spatial Instability of a Low Reynolds Number Axisymmetric Jet, Proceedings of 5th International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry, Busan, Korea, September 22-24,2003

Stamatov, V., Soria, S. and Honnery, D., Expansion ratio effects on a backward facing step flow using PIV, Proceedings of 5th International Symposium on Particle Image Velocimetry, Busan, Korea, September 22-24, 2003.

Stamatov, V., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Investigation into the effects of expansion ratio on a backward facing step flow using PIV, 7th Asian Symposium on Visualisation,Singapore, 3-7th November, 2003.

Pilalis, J., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Investigation into the Structure of Coflowing Jets using MCCDPIV, Proceedings of 7th Asian Symposium on Visualisation, Singapore, 3-7th November, 2003.

Bodnar, A., Soria, J., Fung, P. and Honnery, D, Investigation of the Fluid Propetrties of Bio-oil from the Slow Pyrolysis of Red Gum Woodchips, Presented at the International Workshop on Pyrolysis and Bio-oil, CSIRO, Ian Wark Laboratories, Clayton 25-26 November 2002.

Honnery, D., The Role of Bio-oil in the Australian Energy Sector, Presented at the International Workshop on Pyrolysis and Bio-oil, CSIRO, Ian Wark Laboratories, Clayton 25-26 November 2002.

Pilalis, J., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., An experimental investigation on the structure of co-flowing jets, Proceedings of 7th Int Symp On Fluid Control, Measurement and Visualization, Sorento, Italy, 2003.

Pilalis, J., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Investigation into the structure of an axisymmetric bluff body coflowing jet using MCCDPIV, Proceeding of 5th EUROMECH Fluid Mechanics Conference, August 24-28, 2003, Toulouse, France.

Pilalis, J., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Mie scattering of soot in a bluff body co-flowing jet, Proceedings of 3rd Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, University of Queensland, Brisbane, December, 2002.

Honnery, D. and Kent, J., Physical and computational furnace flow modelling, Furnace Modelling Workshop, 11-12 Feb. 1988, The University of Sydney.

Micthell, D., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Particale image velocimetry measurements and CFD analysis of an underexpanded supersonic jet, Proceedings of the 13th International Heat Transfer Conference, August 13~18, 2006, Sydney, Australia

Nguyen, T.D., Honnery, D., Stamatov, V. and Soria, J., Bio-oil High Pressure Spray and Droplet Combustion Facility , presented at the 3rd International Pyrolysis Workshop, Bioenergy Australia Conference 2004, 29-30 November, 2004, Adelaide.

Submissions

Honnery, D., Submission to the ARC Consultation Paper: Peer Review Process, ARC Policy Coordination and Governance, 13th October, 2009, 18 pages.

Honnery, D., and Moriarty, P. Submission on the International Energy Discussion Paper, Energy White Paper, Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, 29th May 2009, 7 pages.

Honnery, D. and and AlKaleefi, K., Report on the Performance of Diesel Oil Emulsion Part 1: Performance, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, Diesel Fuel Additives Project, 2004, 20 pages.

Honnery, D. Report on the 2003 EPA In-Service Diesel Vehicle Emission Tests, Prepared on behalf of the Victorian Government Environment Protection Authority, 2003, 42 pages.

Honnery, D. and AlKaleefi, K., Report on the Performance of Diesel Fuel Additives: Part 1, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, Diesel Fuel Additives Project, 2003, 21 pages.

Honnery, D., Report on the Performance of Ecoflow Fuel-Ionisers, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, Diesel Fuel Additives Project, 2003, 4 pages. Honnery, D., Report on the Performance of FTA Fuel and Oil Filters, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, Diesel Fuel Additives Project 55, 2003, 5 pages.

Honnery, D., Ghojel, J., Proctor, D., Leonard, J. and Bandopadhayhay, P., Report on the Ecotrans Conversion of a Diesel to LPG Bus Engine, for Australian Greenhouse Office, May, 2002, 30 pages.

Honnery, D., Report on the Ecotrans Conversion of a Diesel to LPG Bus Engine, for Wesfarmers Kleenheat and Gas, August, 2000, 7 pages.

Honnery, D., Report on the Ecotrans Conversion of a Diesel to LPG Bus Engine, for KPMG May, 2000, 7 pages.

Honnery, D. and Masri, A., Fire Extinguisher Performance, 1997, For Chubb Fire P/L, 100pages.

Honnery, D., Soot Formation Modelling in Turbulent Diffusion Flames Operating at Elevated Pressures, 1997, 39 pages.

Honnery, D., Performance Calculations for a Solar Bike For Solar Cycle Research Group, Mechanical Engineering, Monash University, 1997, 35 pages.

Honnery, D., Equivalent Length Valve Tests for Scientific Services Laboratory, 1996, 8 pages.

Honnery, D. and Bennett, J., Joint Research Program between Monash University and AMRL on Soot Modelling at Elevated Pressure, for AMRL 1995, 15 pages.

Miller, J. and Honnery, D., Performance of the Milnes Foot Strainer Valve, 1995, 10 pages.

Honnery, D., Estimation of the cooling rates of beer containers, ISBN 0 7326 0856 2, 1994, 10 pages.

Honnery, D. and Sayers, R., The effect of container type of the cooling rates of beer, ISBN 0 7326 0857 0, 1994, 26 pages.

Foote, R. and Honnery, D., Final report on the performance of the Scotlok anti-theft device for Department of Motor Transport, NSW, 1985, 24 pages.

Foote, R. and Honnery, D., Scotlok Test Report-Initial performance report on the Scotlok anti-theft device, for Department of Motor Transport, NSW, 1985, 30 pages.

Topical Articles

Honnery, D (2012) Coals burning question how much difference can technology make to emissions? http://theconversation.edu.au/coals-burning-question-how-much-difference-can-technology-make-to-emissions-6726

Honnery, D. (2012) The rise of diesel but how cheap and clean is it? http://theconversation.edu.au/the-rise-of-diesel-but-how-cheap-and-clean-is-it-5589

Honnery, D. (2012) The end of the Commodore? Redefining the myth of the Australian family car, The Conversation, 7th November 2011, http://theconversation.edu.au/the-end-of-the-commodore-redefining-the-myth-of-the-australian-family-car-4175

Honnery, D and Moriarty P, (2011) Great and Desperate Measures: the Case for and Against Geoengineering, The Conversation, June, 2011. http://theconversation.edu.au/great-and-desperate-measures-the-case-for-and-against-geoengineering-1593

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. End of the road, G Magazine, August 2008 edition. Published by Luna Media Pty Ltd, Australia, ISSN 1834-1233.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. Cars are Doomed, Australasian Science Magazine, Published by Control Publications Pty Ltd, Australia, ISSN 1442-679X. May 2008 edition, pp 38-9.

Honnery, D. (based on an interview with Ken Gratton). Hanrahan was an optimist Article appeared on http://www.carsales.com.au/news/2008/hanrahan-was-an-optimist-6162, March 2008.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. Taking the long view on energy, Australian R&D Review, Published by Coretex Pty, Ltd, Australia, ISSN 1320-8977, February 2006 edition, pp 11.

Patents

Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation. Springer ISBN 978-1-4419-7991-9, 2012 Smith, R, Perera, A, Farrer, P, de Bono, A, Dayawansa, D. Mining Personnel Carrier Innovation Patent Number AU-A-2011100722

Books

Honnery D, Solar Intensity Calculations for a Solar Bike For Solar Cycle Research Group, Mechanical Engineering, Monash University,  , 48 pages.

Honnery, D and Moriarty, P (Editors). Hydrogen Production: Prospects and Processes, Nova Science Publishers ISBN 978-1-62100-246-8, 2012.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. Rise and Fall of the Carbon Civilisation, Published by Springer, 215 pages ISBN: 978-1-84996-482-1, First edition 2011.

Book Chapters

Honnery, D, Garnier, G, Moriarty P. Integrated Biorefinery Design from an Earth Systems Perspective Biorefineries: Design, Analysis, and Optimization. Edited by Paul R. Stuart and Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi. CRC Press ISBN 9781439803462 (2012)

Moriarty, P and Honnery, D. Reducing Personal Mobility for Climate Mitigation, Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation. Springer ISBN 978-1-4419-7991-9, 2012.

Honnery, D., and Moriarty, P. Submission on the Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Discussion Paper, Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage, and the Arts, 5th November, 2008, 30 pages.

Honnery, D. and Moriarty, P. Submission to the Garnaut Climate Review: Transport and Urban Planning, 25th February 2008, 25 pages.

Honnery, D. Submission to the Review of the Diesel NEPM, National Environment Protection Council, 16th August 2007, 6 pages. Research Reports

Honnery, D and Moriarty P, Comparison of Light-Weight Power Systems, prepared for DSTO-AMRL, April 2009, 41 pages.

Honnery, D, 2009 IEA Task 34 Pyrolysis of Biomass Country Report: Australasia, prepared for IEA Bioenergy, Task 34, Pyrolysis of Biomass, 5 pages.

Honnery, D., Cerium Oxide Additive DT80 Drive Cycle Performance, produced on behalf of Advanced Nanotechnology Limited, 2008, 25 pages.

Honnery, D., Cerium Oxide Additive Performance, produced on behalf of Advanced Nanotechnology Limited, 2008, 5 pages.

Honnery, D., Firepower Fuel Consumption Tests, produced on behalf of Firepower Australia Pacific, 2007, 4 pages.

Honnery, D., Ghojel, J. and Michael, M., Report on the Performance of Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel, produced on behalf of the Rail CRC, 2006, 12 pages

Honnery, D., Micheal, M. and Ghojel, J., Report on the Performance of DT5, prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, Diesel Fuel Additives Project, 2006, 4 pages

Honnery, D., Michael, M., and Ghojel, J., Report on the performance of Fyrex CI, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, Diesel Fuel Additives Project, 2006, 4 pages.

Michael, M., Ghojel, J. and Honnery, D., Effect of nitrogen fumigation on diesel engine performance, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC Diesel Fuel Additives Project 55, 2006, 15 pages.

OBrien, P. and Honnery, D., Report on Bio-diesel performance, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, Diesel Fuel Additives Project, 2005, 16 pages.

Al-Khulaifi, K., Ghojel, J. and Honnery, J., Report on Diesel Oil Emulsion Part 2: In-cylinder Performance Characteristic, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, Diesel Fuel Additives Project, 2005, 21 pages.

Honnery, D. Report on the Discolouring of DOE by Copper, Prepared for Clean Fuels Technology Australia, 2004, Prepared on behalf of the Rail CRC, 4 pages.

Honnery, D., Soria, J. and Paker, K., Atlantis Energy Aerofoil Test Data, Prepared for Atlantis Energy, Australia, 2004, 10 pages.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., World primary energy potential: combustion implications, Proceedings of the 2003 Australian Symposium on Combustion and the 8th Australian Flames Days, 8-9th December 2003, Monash University.

Stamatov, V., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Effect of oxidising flow velocity and burning rate on the structure of the flow in an isothermal model of a high regression rate hybrid rocket motor, Proceedings of the 2003 Australian Symposium on Combustion and the 8th Australian Flames Days, 8-9th December 2003, Monash University.

Honnery, D., Pilalis, J., Stamanov, V. and Soria, J., Near field PIV measurements in a coflowing bluff body axisymmetric round jet, Proceedings of 3rd Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, University of Queensland, Brisbane, December, 2002.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Evaluation of greenhouse gas reduction strategies for urban passenger transport, Proceedings of 25th ATRF Conference, Canberra 2002.

Honnery, D., Pilalis, J., Stamanov, V. and Soria J., Near field PIV measurements in a coflowing bluff body axisymmetric round jet, Proceedings of the 3rd Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, University of Queensland, Brisbane, December, 2002.

ONeill, P., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Proceedings of 3rd Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, University of Queensland, Brisbane, December, 2002.

Honnery, D., Moriarty, P. and Ghojel, J., The role of propane in reducing exhaust emissions from heavy duty vehicles, Proceedings of 25th ATRF Conference, Canberra 2002.

ONeill, P., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Structures in a round homogeneous Jet at Low Reynolds Number, Proceedings of 14th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 10-14 December 2001.

Smith, N., Williams, J. and Honnery, D., A parametric study of soot formation and radiant heat transfer in turbulent C2H4 jet flames at pressure. Proceedings of 1999 Australian Symposium on Combustion and the Sixth Australian Flame Days, University of Newcastle, 30th September to 1 October, 1999 ISBN 0 7259 1071 2.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Combustion in the 21st Century? Proceedings of 1999 Australian Symposium on Combustion and the Sixth Australian Flame Days, University of Newcastle, 30th September to 1 October, 1999 ISBN 0 7259 1071 2.

Nioclaides, D., Honnery, D. and Soria J., Measurement of velocity and vorticity in grid turbulence using PIV, Proceedings of 13th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne, Dec, 1998.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery D., Greenhouse gas implications for alternative transport fuels, Proceedings of 14th International Clean Air Conference, Melbourne, 19-22nd October, 1998.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Transport and the urban environment, Proceedings of 14th International Clean Air Conference, Melbourne, 19-22nd October, 1998.

Nicolaides, D., Honnery, D. and Soria J., Measurement of Vorticity in Grid Turbulence using the PIV Technique Proceedings of 1st Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Sydney 5-6 December, 1996.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Social Factors in Household Energy Consumption, Proceedings of 13th International Clean Air Conference, Adelaide 22-25 September 1996.

Honnery, D. and von Ellenrieder, K., The application of laser diagnostics in the Laboratory for Turbulence Research in Aerospace and Combustion, Proceedings of 3rd Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, University of Queensland, Brisbane, December, 2002.

Moriarty, P and Honnery D. What is the global potential for renewable energy? Sustainable and Renewable Energy Reviews, (2012) 16: pp 244-25

Mitchell, D., Honnery, D., and Soria, J. On the impact of shock induced particle velocity gradients on the particle image velocimetry cross-correlation function. Experiments in Fluids (2011), 51: pp933-47.

Kostas, J., Honnery, D. and Soria, J. A correlation image velocemitry based study of high pressure fuel spray tip propagation. Experiments in Fluids (2011), 51: pp667-678.

Moriarty, P and Honnery, D. The Transition to Renewable Energy: Make Haste Slowly, Environmental Science & Technology (2011), 45:pp27-28.

Moriarty, P and Honnery, D. Is there an optimum level for renewable energy? Energy Policy (2011), 39: pp2748-53.

Honnery, D and Moriarty, P. Energy availability problems of rapid deployment of wind-hydrogen systems. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy (2011), 36, pp3283-89.

Duke, D, Honnery, D and Soria, J. A comparison of subpixel edge detection and correlation algorithms for the measurement of sprays. Int J. Sprays & Comb Dynamics (2011), 3:p93-107.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. A hydrogen standard for future energy accounting? Int. J. Hydrogen Energy (2010), 35: pp12374-80.

Nguyen, D, Honnery, D and Soria, J. Measuring Evaporation of Micro-Fuel Droplets Using Magnified DIH and DPIV, Experiments in Fluids (2011), 50: pp949-59.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. Why technical fixes wont mitigate climate change. Journal of Cosmology (2010), 8: pp1921-27.

Duke, D, Honnery, D and Soria J, A cross-correlation velocimetry technique for the breakup of an annular liquid sheet. Experiments in Fluids (2010); 49: pp435-45.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. A human needs approach to reducing atmospheric carbon, Energy Policy (2010), 38:pp695-700.

Toh, I.K., Honnery, D. and Soria, J. Axial plus tangential entry swirling jet, Experiments in Fluids (2010); 48: pp309-25.

Kostas, J., Honnery, D., Soria, J., Kastengren, A., Liu, Z., Powell, C.F. and Wang, J. Effect of nozzle transients and compressibility on the penetration of fuel sprays. Applied Physics Letters (2009), 95, 024101.

Kostas, J., Honnery, D. and Soria, J. Time resolved measurements of the initial stages of fuel penetration. Fuel (2009), 88: 225-2237.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. What energy levels can the Earth sustain? Energy Policy, (2009), 16: pp343-70.

Honnery, D. and Moriarty, P. Estimating global hydrogen production from wind. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, (2009), 34: pp727-73

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. Hydrogens role in an uncertain energy future. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy (2009), 34: pp31-39

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Low mobility: the future for transport Futures (2008) 40: pp865-87.

Moriarty, P and Honnery, D, Mitigating Climate Change, Climate Change, Adaptation: Ecology, Mitigation and Management Edited by Adam L. Jenkins, Nova Science Publishers ISBN 978-1-61122-764-2 (2011).

Moriarty, P and Honnery, D, Reducing Transports Impact on Climate Change, Climate Change, Adaptation: Ecology, Mitigation and Management Edited by Adam L. Jenkins, Nova Science Publishers ISBN 978-1-61122-764-2 (2011)

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Renewable Energy in a Warming World, Energy policy: Economic Aspects, Security Aspects and Environmental Issues. Edited by Noah B. Jacobs, published by Nova Science Publishers, ISBN 978-1-60692-894-3 (2009).

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Reducing Transport, Environmental Pollution and its Relation to Climate Change. Nova Science Publishers, Edited by A El Nemr, ISBN: 978-1-61761-794-2, (2011).

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Mitigating Climate Change, Environmental Pollution and its Relation to Climate Change. . Nova Science Publishers, Edited by A El Nemr, ISBN: 978-1-61761-794-2, (2011).

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. A global perspective on biomass gasification, Biomass Gasification: Chemistry, Processes and Applications, Edited by Jean-Pierre Badeau and Albrecht Levi, published by Nova Science Publishers, Published 2009, ISBN 978-1-60741-461-2 (2009).

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D. Carbon sequestration in an uncertain world, Advances in Environmental Research Vol 6, Ed J.A. Daniels, Nova Science Publishes, ISBN: 978-1-61728-163-1 (2010).

Book reviews

Honnery, D, Alcoholic Fuels, Editor Shelly Minteer, CRC Press, 2006, ISBN 0-8493-3944-8, reviewed in Process Safety and Environment Protection (2008), 86, pp 463-4.

Editorships

Honnery, D., and Moriarty, P., Liquid Fuels from Woody Biomass, Special Edition of the International Journal of Global Energy Issues, vol 27, 1, 2007.

Honnery, D. and Moriarty, P., Special Edition of the Int. Journal of Vehicle Design, Future of Transport Vol. 35, Nos 1/2, 2004.

Honnery, D., Proceedings of the 2003 Australian Symposium on Combustion and the 8th Australian Flame Days, 8-9th December 2003, Monash University ISBN 0-7326-2251-4

Journal Articles

Moriarty, P and Honnery D. Preparing for a low-energy future. Futures, Futures (2012), 44:pp. 883-892

Abd Rabu R, Janajreh, I, Honnery D. Transesterification of waste cooking oil: Process optimization and conversion rate evaluation Original Research Article Energy Conversion and Management, available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enconman.2012.02.031

Soria, J. and Honnery, D., Proceedings of the Second Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, Published by Monash University, ISBN 0-7326-2076-7, 1999.

Masri, A. and Honnery, D., Proceedings of the First Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, Published by The University of Sydney, ISBN 1-86451-251-2, 1996.

Moriarty, P and Honnery, D. Energy efficiency: lessons from transport. Energy Policy (2012), 46: pp 1-3

Honnery D, Nguyen D, Soria J. Micro droplet evaporation under increasing temperature conditions: experiment and modelling. Fuel, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2012.04.008.

Onga H, Mahliaa TM, Masjukia H, Honnery D. Life cycle cost and sensitivity analysis of palm biodiesel production. Fuel, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2012.03.031

Duke, D, Honnery, D and Soria, J. Experimental investigation of nonlinear instabilities in annular liquid sheets. J. Fluid Mech (2012), 691: pp594-604.

Duke, D, Soria, J. and Honnery, D. An error analysis of dynamic mode decomposition. Accepted by Experiments in Fluids (2012) 52: pp529-42.

Mitchell, D., Honnery, D., Soria, J. The visualization of the acoustic feedback loop in impinging underexpanded supersonic jet flows using ultra-high frame rate schlieren. J. Flow Visualization (2012), 59: pp 333-41.

Honnery, D. Ghojel, J. and Stamatov, V., Performance of a DI diesel engine fuelled by blends of diesel and kiln produced slow pyrolysis bio-oil. Biomass and Bioenergy (2008), 32: p358-65

Wahono, S., Honnery, D., Soria, J. and. Ghojel, J., High-speed visualization of primary breakup of an annular liquid sheet. Experiments in Fluids, (2008), 44:p451-59.

ONiell, P.,Toh, F., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Characterisation of the mean flow of a micro-injector swirl jet. Australian Journal of Mechanical Engineering (AJME) (2008), 5: pp. 51-58.

Nguyen, D. and Honnery, D., Effect of fast pyrolysis bio-oil addition on the combustion of ethanol sprays, Fuel (2008), 87: pp232-43.

Wahono, S., ONeill, P., Kollmann, W., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., A numerical investigation of differential diffusion in an axisymmetric swirling jet. Aust. J. Mech. Eng (2008), 5: p71-80.

Wahono, S., Kollman, W., K., Soria, J., Honnery, D. and ONeill, P., Direct numerical simulation of passive scalars mixing in a spatially evolving axisymmetric vortex breakdown flow, Aust. J. Mech. Eng. (2007), 4:pp15-28.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Intermittent renewable energy: the only future source of hydrogen? Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, (2007), 32: pp1616-24

Moriarty, P., and Honnery, D., Global bioenergy: problems and prospects, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, (2007), 27: pp103-114.

Honnery, D. and Moriarty, P., Liquid fuels from woody biomass, International Journal of Global Energy Issues, (2007), 1: pp231-249.

Nguyễn, T.D. and Honnery, D.,Xc định trường nhiệt độ v chỉ số hm lượng xt trong chm nhin liệu (Measuring temperature field and soot concentration indicator in a diesel spay), TC Giao thng vận tải. –2006. -No 1+2. -p112-114, ISSN 0866-7012 (Vietnamese Journal for Information for Science and Technology Advance, published in Vietnamese.)

Ghojel, J., Honnery, D. and Al-Kulaifi, K., Performance and heat release characteristics of a direct injection diesel engine operating on diesel oil emulsion, App. Therm. Eng., (2006), 26: pp2131-2141

Stamatov, V., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Combustion properties of slow pyrolysis bio-oils produced from indigenous Australian species, Renewable Energy, (2006), 31:pp2108-2121.

Ghojel, J. and Honnery, D., Heat release model for the combustion of diesel oil emulsions in DI diesel engines, App. Therm. Eng, 25 (2005), pp2072-2085.

Stamatov, V., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Visualisation of flow development in hybrid rocket motors with high regressions rates, J. Propulsion and Power, 21, 4, 2005, pp613-618.

Honnery, D. and Moriarty, P., Future vehicles: an introduction, Int. J. Vehicle Design, Vol. 35, Nos. 1/2, 2004, pp1-8.

Moriarty P. and Honnery, D., Forecasting Future Transport to 2050, Int. J. Vehicle Design, Vol. 35, Nos. 1/2, 2004, pp 151-165.

ONeill, P., Soria, J. and Honnery, D., Structure of low Reynolds number round jets, Experiments in Fluids, 36, 2004, pp473-483.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery D., Alternative Fuels: the long term future, Int. J. Vehicle Design. Vol 31, No 1, 2003, pp11-21.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Safety Impacts of Vehicular technology, International Journal of Vehicle Design, Vol 31, No2, 2003, pp176-186.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Smaller, slower and lighter urban cars, Proc. Instn. Mech. Engrs. Vol 213 Part D, pp19-26, 1999.

Kent, J. and Honnery, D., Soot mass growth in laminar diffusion flames- Parametric modelling. Soot Formation in Combustion: Mechanism and Models of Soot Formation, Springer Series in Chemical Physics, 59, pp119-220, 1994.

Honnery, D. and Kent, J., Soot mass growth modelling in laminar diffusion flames Symposium (International) on Combustion, Volume 24, Issue 1, 1992, Pages 1041-1047.

Miller, J., Honnery, D. and Kent, J., Modeling the growth of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons in diffusion flames Symposium (International) on Combustion, Volume 24, Issue 1, 1992, Pages 1031-1039.

Petereit, N., Tappe, M., Wagner, H., Honnery, D. and Kent, J., Soot Formation In Laminar Diffusion Flames, Bulletin Des Societes Chimiques Belges, 101 (10): pp871-878, Oct,1992.

Honnery, D., Tappe, M. and Kent, J., Two parametric models of soot formation in laminar diffusion flames, Combustion Science and Technology, 80: pp170-185, 1992.

Kent, J. and Honnery, D, Soot formation rates in diffusion flames- A unifying trend, Combustion Science and Technology, 75, pp167-177, 1991.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Mitigating greenhouse: limited time, limited options, Energy Policy (2008), 36: pp1251-56.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., The prospects for global green car mobility, J. Cleaner Production (2008), 16: pp1717-26.

Kent, J. and Honnery, D., A soot formation rate map for a laminar ethylene diffusion flame, Combustion and Flame, 79:p287-298, 1990.

Honnery, D. and Kent, J., Soot formation in long ethylene diffusion flames, Combustion and Flame, 82:pp426-435, 1990.

Honnery, D. and Kent, J., Furnace flow modelling- Physical and computational, J. of the Inst. of Energy, September pp169-178, 1989.

Seatran, L., Honnery, D., Starner, S. and Bilger, R., Scalar mixing layer in grid turbulence with transport of passive and reactive species, Turbulent Shear Flows 6, Springer-Verlag, 1989.

Kent, J. and Honnery, D., Soot and mixture fraction in turbulent diffusion flames, Combustion Science and Technology, 54:p87, 1987.

Conference Papers

Shahangian, N, Honnery, D, Ghojel, J. Homogenisation of high pressure diesel fuel spray combustion using porous ceramic media. Proceedings of the ASME 2012 Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Technical Conference ICEF2012 September 23-26, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Duke, D, Honnery, D, Soria, J. Empirical Scaling Analysis of Atomising Annular Liquid Sheets. Proceedings of the ICLASS 2012, 12th Triennial International Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems, Heidelberg, Germany, September 2-6, 2012.

Buchmann, N., Mitchell, D., Ingvorsen, K., Honnery, D., Soria, J. High spatial resolution of a supersonic underexpanded jet impinging on a flat. Proceedings of 6th Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, Canberra, 5-7 December 2012.

Smith R., Perera A., Honnery D., de Bono A., Dayawansa D. and Coxon S. “The development of a personnel transport vehicle concept that improves ergonomics and safety for the user”. 2010 Australian Mining Technology Conference, University of Western Australia Crawley Campus, Perth. September 13-15, 2010.

Smith R., Perera A., Honnery D., de Bono A., Dayawansa D. and Coxon S. “Designing a personnel transport vehicle for underground coal mines using parametric modelling. Facing Global Challenges – Solutions for the Future” Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI), Seoul, South Korea July 19-23, 2010.

Rao, V., Honnery, D., and Ghojel, J. Diesel Engine Performance of Pyrolysis Oil-Diesel Blends, Bioenergy Australia Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland, 9-10th December 2009.

Nguyen, D., Honnery, D., and Soria, J. Use of MDIH for the measurement of diesel droplet evaporation rates, Proceedings of the Australian Combustion Symposium, December 2-4th 2009, The University of Queensland.

Sofer, M, Koastas, D, Honnery, D, and Soria, J. Characterisation of diesel sprays impinging on a flat plate, Proceedings of the Australian Combustion Symposium, December 2-4th 2009, The University of Queensland.

Kostas, J., Honnery, D., Soria, J., Kastengren, A., Liu, Z., Powell, C.F, and Wang, J. Synchrotron measurements of the spray and atomisation characteristics of mallee bio-oil/biodiesel blends, Proceedings of the 2008 Bioenergy Australia Conference, Melbourne, 9-10th December 2008.

Nguyen, D., Honnery, D., and Soria, J. Magnified digital inline holographic measurement of micro droplets, Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Western Australia, 3-4th Dec, 2008.

O’Neill, P., Honnery, D. and Soria, J. PIV investigation of grid turbulence, Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Western Australia, 3-4th Dec, 2008.

Toh, I.K., Honnery, D. and Soria, J. Axial plus tangential entry swirling jet, Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Western Australia, 3-4th Dec, 2008.

Risborg, A., Mitchell, D., Honnery, D., and Soria, J. Instabilities in underexpanded impinging jets, Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Western Australia, 3-4th Dec, 2008.

Tran, T.X., Ghojel, J.I. and Honnery, D., The influence of high injection pressure on the combustion of diesel water emulsions, Proceedings of the Australian Combustion Symposium 2007, Edt A. Masri, et al, ISBN 978-1-74210-041-8.

Kostas, J., Honnery, D, Soria, J. and Nguyen, D. Micro-droplet and dense fuel spray diagnostics, Proceedings of the Australian Combustion Symposium 2007, Edt A. Masri, et al, ISBN 978-1-74210-041-8.007 Australian Combustion Symposium.

Mitchell, D.M., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Study of underexpanded supersonic jets with optical techniques, Proceedings of the 16th Australasian Fluid mechanics Conference, edt P. Jacobs et al, ISBN 978-1-864998-94-8. Queensland , 3-7th December 2007.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Australian car travel, an uncertain future, 30th Australasian Transport Research Forum, ARTF07, Melbourne, 2007.

Mitchell, D.M., Honnery, D. and Soria., J., Optical measurements in free and underexpanded supersonic jets,13th International Symposium of Laser Techniques to Fluid Mechanics, Lisbon, Portugal, 26-29 June, 2006.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., A comparison of bioenergy with other renewables, Bioenergy Australia Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 12-14 December 2005.

Nguyen, D. and Honnery, D., High pressure spray combustion of bio-oil/ethanol blends, Bioenergy Australia Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 12-14 December 2005.

Mitchell, D.M., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Particle image velocimetry measurements of an underexpanded supersonic jet, Fourth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 7-9 December 2005.

Manoviski, P., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Investigation of flow past a cavity using PLIF and MCCDPIV, Fourth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 7-9 Dec, 2005.

Vasudeva, G., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Non-Intrusive measurement of a density field using the Background Oriented Schlieren (BOS), Fourth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 7-9 December 2005.

Nguyen, D. and Honnery, D., Soot and temperature measurement in diesel sprays, Fourth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 7-9 December 2005.

Stamatova, L., Honnery, D., and Ghojel, J., PLIF and PV Investigation of pulsed sprays at isothermal conditions, Fourth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 7-9 December 2005.

Toh, I.K., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Velocity and Scalar Measurement of Low Swirl Jet, Fourth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion, The University of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 7-9 December 2005.

Wahono, S., ONeill, P., Kollmann, W., Soria, J. and Honnery, D., A numerical investigation of differential diffusion in a swirling jet, 8th Australasian Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Perth, 2005.

Hristov, J., Stamatov, V., Honnery, D. and Soria, J, Transient heating of a bio-oil droplet within the pre-explosion stage, 8th Austalasian Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Perth, 2005.

Wahono, S., Kollmann, W. K., Soria, J., ONeill, P. and Honnery, Limitations in simulations of axisymmetric swirling jets, Presented at 7th Biennial Engineering mathematics and Applications Conference (EMAC), RMIT University, 22-28th September, 2005.

Wahono, S., Kollmann, W., Soria, J., ONeill, P. and Honnery, D., Direct numerical simulation of passive scalars mixing in a spatially evolving axisymmetric vortex breakdown flow, 5th AIAA Space Science Conference, RMIT, September 2005.

Hristov, J., Stamatov, V., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Pre-explosion heating of a bio-oil droplet, Proceedings of the Transport Phenomena in Science and Technology 5th Symposium, South East European Countries, September 10-14, 2005, Bulgaria.

AlKaleefi, K., Ghojel, J. and Honnery, D., Study of heat release characteristics in a direct injection engine fuelled by diesel oil emulsion, HEFAT 2005, 4th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Cairo, Egypt, September, 2005, Paper AK1.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Determinants of travel in Australia, 8th Australasian Transport Research Forum, Sydney, 28-30 Sept, 2005.

AlKaleefi, K., Ghojel, J. and Honnery, D., Diesel Oil Emulsion as an Alternative to Diesel Fuel, Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand, International Clean Air Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, May 2005.

Honnery, D. and Moriarty, P., Reducing emissions in Victorian diesel vehicles, Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand, International Clean Air Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, May 2005.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Can renewable energy avert global climate change?, Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand, International Clean Air Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, May 2005.

Stamatov V.A., Honnery D.R., Renzetti, F., Soria J., Radiant heat flux and exhaust gases composition of slow-pyrolysis bio-oil spray flames at atmospheric pressure, Proceedings of the 11th International Technical and Scientific Conference on Transport, Ecology and Stable Development (EKO 2005), Varna, Bulgaria, 2005.

Stamatov V.A., Honnery D.R., Soria J., Analysis of the pre-conditions for micro-explosions of bio-oil droplets, Proceedings of the 5th Asia Pacific Conference on Combustion, Paper # 237, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA, Australia, 2005.

Hristov J., Stamatov V.A., Honnery D.R., Soria J., Atomisation and pre-explosion behaviour of bio-oils, 2005 ICHMT International Symposium on Heat and Mass Transfer in Spray Systems (Spray 05), Antalya, Turkey

Stamatov, V., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Mathematical Modelling of Micro explosions of Bio-oil Droplets in Spray Flames: Estimation of Pre-Explosion Times, presented at the 3rd International Pyrolysis Workshop, Bioenergy Australia Conference, 29-30 November, 2004, Adelaide.

Toh, I.K., ONeill, P., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Mean flow characteristics of a micro-injector induced swirling jet, 15th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 13-17 December 2004.

ONeill, P.L., Nicolaides, D., Honnery, D. and Soria, J., Autocorrelation functions and the determination of integral length with reference to experimental and numerical data, 15th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 13-17 December 2004.

Hristov, J.Y., Stamatov, V., Honnery, D., and Soria, J., Radiant heating of a Bio-oil droplet: A quest for a suitable model and scaling of pre-explosion conditions, 15th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 13-17 December 2004.

Stamatov, V., Honnery, D., Fung, P. and Soria, J., Origin of NOx emission from bio-oil flames, Science in Thermal and Chemical Biomass Conversion Conference, Victoria Canada, 30 August to 2nd September, 2004.

Stamatov, V., Honnery, D., Fung, P. and Soria, J., A combustion characterisation of bio-oil from South Australian blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus) wood chips, 2nd International Workshop on Pyrolysis, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle WA 15-17th December 2003.

Moriarty, P. and Honnery, D., Prospects for biomass thermal conversion in Australia, 2nd International Workshop on Pyrolysis, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle WA 15-17th December 2003.

ONeill, P., Toh, I-K , Soria, J. and Honnery, D., Near-jet characteristics of a micro-injector controlled swirling jet, Proceedings of the 2003 Australian Symposium on Combustion and the 8th Australian Flame Days, 8-9th December 2003, Monash University

Stamatova, L., Honnery, D., Stamatov, V., Ghojel, J. and Soria, J. Effect of pulsation rate on spray-spreading rate in an isothermal environment, 15th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 13-17 December 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching Commitments

  • MAE3405 - Flight Vehicle Propulsion
  • MAE4980 - Aircraft Engines
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