Alessandro Gomez
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Alessandro Gomez, Ph.D
Professor of
Mechanical Engineering

Director of the
Yale Center for
Combustion Studies

Yale University
P.O. Box 208286
New Haven, CT 06520-8286
USA

Phone: 203.432.4384
Fax 203.432.7654
alessandro.gomez@yale.edu


YALE UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING


PUBLICATIONS (Peer-Reviewed since 2012)
  1. Deng, W., and Gomez, A. “Full transient response of Taylor cones to a strep change in electric field” Microfluid Nanofluid, 12:383–393 (2012). 

  2. F. Carbone, A. Gomez,”The structure of toluene-doped counterflow gaseous diffusion flames”, Combust. Flame 159: 3040–3055 (2012).

  3. Figura, L. and Gomez, A., “Laminar Counterflow Steady Diffusion Flames under High Pressure (P ≤ 30 Bar) Conditions,” Combust. Flame 159:142–150 (2012)

  4. Carbone, F., Gomez, A. (2013) “Chemical Effects Of 1,2,4-Trimethyl Benzene Addition” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, vol. 34, Pages: 1025-1033, 2013

  5. Coriton, B., Frank, J.H., and Gomez, A., " Effects of strain rate, turbulence, reactant stoichiometry and heat losses on the interaction of turbulent premixed flames with stoichiometric counterflowing combustion products," Combust. Flame 160:2442-2456 (2013).

  6. Carbone, F. and Gomez,A., ,”Experimental Study On The Structure Of Opposed Flow Gaseous Diffusion Flames Doped With N-Decane,” Combustion and Flame 161:453–464 (2014)

  7. Lenguito G, Gomez A., “Development of a multiplexed electrospray micro-thruster with post-acceleration and beam containment,” J. Appl. Phys. 114, 15, No. 154901 (2013)

  8. Carbone, F., Gomez, A. (2013) “Chemical Effects Of 1,2,4-Trimethyl Benzene Addition” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, vol. 34, Pages: 1025-1033, 2013

  9. Coriton, B., Frank, J.H., and Gomez, A., " Effects of strain rate, turbulence, reactant stoichiometry and heat losses on the interaction of turbulent premixed flames with stoichiometric counterflowing combustion products," Combust. Flame 160:2442-2456 (2013).

  10. Carbone, F. and Gomez,A., ,”Experimental Study On The Structure Of Opposed Flow Gaseous Diffusion Flames Doped With N-Decane,” Combustion and Flame 161:453–464 (2014)

  11. Lenguito G, Gomez A., “Development of a multiplexed electrospray micro-thruster with post-acceleration and beam containment,” J. Appl. Phys. 114, 15, No. 154901 (2013) 

  12. Lenguito G, Gomez A. “Pressure-driven operation of microfabricated multiplexed elctrosprays of ionic liquid solutions for space propulsion applications,” J. of Microelectromechanical Systems 23:689-698 (2014).

  13. Almería, B., and Gomez, A. “Electrospray synthesis of monodisperse poylmer particles in a broad (50nm-2um) diameter range: constraints, guiding principles and recipes,” J. Colloid Interface Sci. 417: 121-130 (2014)

  14. Figura, L. and Gomez, A., “Structure Of Incipiently Sooting Ethylene-Nitrogen  Counterflow Diffusion Flames At High Pressures,” Combust. Flame  161:1587-1603 (2014)

  15. Lenguito G, Fernandez de la Mora J, and Gomez A., “Scaling up the performance of an electrospray microthruster,” J. of Micromech. Microeng., 24, 5, No. 055003(2014)

  16. Carbone F, Gomez A. Experimental study on the structure of opposed flow gaseous diffusion flames doped with n-decane. Combust Flame 2014 FEB;161(2):453-64.

  17. Figura, L., Carbone, F. and Gomez, A., “Challenges and Artifacts of Probing High-Pressure Counterflow Laminar Diffusion Flames,” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 2015;35:1871-8.

  18. Carbone, F. and Gomez, A., “Chemical Interactions Between 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene and n-Decane in Doped Counterflow Gaseous Diffusion Flames,” Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 2015;35:761-9.

  19. Carbone F, Cattaneo F, Gomez A. Structure of incipiently sooting partially premixed ethylene counterflow flames. Combust Flame 2015;162(11):4138-48.

  20. Tang, J., Gomez, A. “Controlling the Mesoporous Structure of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells with Electrospray Deposition,” Journal of Materials Chemistry A , 3, 7830-7839, 2015.

  21. Carbone F, Attoui M, Gomez A. Challenges of measuring nascent soot in flames as evidenced by high-resolution differential mobility analysis. Aerosol Science and Technology 2016;50:740-57.

  22. Carbone F, Carlson EL, Baroni D, Gomez A. The whirl cookstove: A novel development for clean biomass burning. Combustion Sci Technol 2016;188:594-610.

  23. Malik SA, Ng WH, Bowen J, Tang J, Gomez A, Kenyon AJ, Day RM. Electrospray synthesis and properties of hierarchically structured PLGA TIPS microspheres for use as controlled release technologies. J Colloid Interface Sci 2016;467:220-9.

  24. Coriton, B., Frank, J.H., and Gomez, A., “Interaction of Turbulent Premixed Flames with Combustion Products: Role of Stoichiometry," 170:37-52 (2016).

  25. F. Carbone, K. Gleason, A. Gomez., “Pressure effects on incipiently sooting partially premixed counterflow flames of ethylene,” Proceedings of the 36th International Combustion Symposium, in press, DOI: 10.1016/j.proci.2016.07.041.

  26. Tang, J., Liu, W., Wang, H. and Gomez, A. High Performance Metal Oxide–Graphene Hybrid Nanomaterials Synthesized via Opposite-Polarity Electrosprays, Advanced Materials (2016), DOI: 10.1002/adma.(201603339)

  27. F. Carbone, K. Gleason, A. Gomez, “Probing Gas-to-Particle Transition in a Moderately Sooting Atmospheric Pressure Ethylene/Air Laminar Premixed Flame. Part I: Gas Phase and Soot Ensemble Characterization,” Combustion and Flame (in press).

  28. F. Carbone, S. Moslih, A. Gomez, “Probing Gas-to-Particle Transition in a Moderately Sooting Atmospheric Pressure Ethylene/Air Laminar Premixed Flame. Part II: Molecular clusters and nascent soot particle size distributions,” Combustion and Flame (in press).

  29. Tang, J.. and Gomez, A. Controlled Mesoporous Film Formation from the Deposition of Electrosprayed Nanoparticles, to appear in Aerosol Science and Technology

  30. Tang, J., Wang, H. and Gomez, A. Controlled Nanoparticle Synthesis via Opposite-Polarity Electrospray Pyrolysis, submitted to Journal Colloid and Interface Science


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