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Dr. Wang's Research Featured by Advances in Engineering

(STILLWATER, Okla., April 29, 2017) – Dr. Qingsheng “Sam” Wang’s paper "Prediction of Minimum Ignition Energy from Molecular Structure Using Quantitative Structure−Property Relationship (QSPR) Models" is featured by Advances in Engineering as a significant contribution in the area of Chemical Engineering.

The paper was originally published in the journal, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, one of the most prestige journals in Chemical Engineering. For the first time, the research reports the development of two quantitative structure-property relationship models involving multiple linear regression analysis and support vector machine to determine minimum ignition energy values of hydrocarbon fuels (Industrial & Engineering Chemical Research 56 (2017) 47−51).

The quantitative structure-property relationship models developed in this study can serve as an excellent alternative for determining the minimum ignition energy of hydrocarbon fuels, thereby eliminating any form of danger found in experimental measurements.

Prediction of Minimum Ignition Energy from Molecular Structure Using Quantitative Structure−Property Relationship (QSPR) Models

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