Christopher L. Hagen
Christopher L. Hagen
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Generation of a continuum extending to the midinfrared by pumping ZBLAN fiber with an ultrafast 1550-nm source
CL Hagen, JW Walewski, ST Sanders
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 18 (1), 91-93, 2005
Predicting fuel research octane number using Fourier-transform infrared absorption spectra of neat hydrocarbons
SR Daly, KE Niemeyer, WJ Cannella, CL Hagen
Fuel 183, 359-365, 2016
Investigation of multi-species (H2O2 and H2O) sensing and thermometry in an HCCI engine by wavelength-agile absorption spectroscopy
CL Hagen, ST Sanders
Measurement Science and Technology 18 (7), 1992, 2007
Pathway to complete energy sector decarbonization with available iridium resources using ultralow loaded water electrolyzers
Z Taie, X Peng, D Kulkarni, IV Zenyuk, AZ Weber, C Hagen, N Danilovic
ACS applied materials & interfaces 12 (47), 52701-52712, 2020
Standard single-mode fibers as convenient means for the generation of ultrafast high-pulse-energy super-continua
JW Walewski, JA Filipa, CL Hagen, ST Sanders
Applied Physics B 83 (1), 75-79, 2006
Design, simulation, and testing of a novel micro-channel heat exchanger for natural gas cooling in automotive applications
Y Deng, S Menon, Z Lavrich, H Wang, CL Hagen
Applied thermal engineering 110, 327-334, 2017
Temperature measurements in a gas-turbine-combustor sector rig using swept-wavelength absorption spectroscopy
LA Kranendonk, AW Caswell, CL Hagen, CT Neuroth, DT Shouse, ...
Journal of Propulsion and Power 25 (4), 859-863, 2009
Combustion chamber design considerations for a compression ignition engine to spark ignited natural gas engine conversion
RC Elgin, CW Turner, CL Hagen
Western States Section of the Combustion Institute, Fall Technical Meeting …, 2013
Cavity ring-down spectroscopy sensor for detection of hydrogen chloride
CL Hagen, BC Lee, IS Franka, JL Rath, TC VandenBoer, JM Roberts, ...
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 7 (2), 345-357, 2014
Investigation of the LTC fuel performance index for oxygenated reference fuel blends
KE Niemeyer, SR Daly, WJ Cannella, CL Hagen
Fuel 155, 14-24, 2015
Development and operation of a self-refueling compressed natural gas vehicle
RC Elgin III, CL Hagen
Applied Energy 155, 242-252, 2015
A novel fuel performance index for low-temperature combustion engines based on operating envelopes in light-duty driving cycle simulations
KE Niemeyer, SR Daly, WJ Cannella, CL Hagen
Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power 137 (10), 2015
Detailed thermodynamic investigation of an ICE-driven, natural gas-fueled, 1 kWe micro-CHP generator
Z Taie, B West, J Szybist, D Edwards, J Thomas, S Huff, G Vishwanathan, ...
Energy conversion and management 166, 663-673, 2018
FACE gasoline surrogates formulated by an enhanced multivariate optimization framework
SR Daly, KE Niemeyer, WJ Cannella, CL Hagen
Energy & Fuels 32 (7), 7916-7932, 2018
Fuel effects on HCCI combustion using negative valve overlap
JR Zuehl, J Ghandhi, C Hagen, W Cannella
SAE Technical Paper, 2010
Internal combustion engine for natural gas compressor operation
CL Hagen, G Babbitt, C Turner, N Echter, K Weyer-Geigel
US Patent 9,316,178, 2016
Design considerations for an engine-integral reciprocating natural gas compressor
M Malakoutirad, TH Bradley, C Hagen
Applied Energy 156, 129-137, 2015
Hydrogen for heat: Using underground hydrogen storage for seasonal energy shifting in northern climates
Z Taie, G Villaverde, JS Morris, Z Lavrich, A Chittum, K White, C Hagen
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 46 (5), 3365-3378, 2021
Experimental thermodynamic first and second law analysis of a variable output 1–4.5 kWe, ICE-driven, natural-gas fueled micro-CHP generator
Z Taie, C Hagen
Energy Conversion and Management 180, 292-301, 2019
Design and analysis of a self-refueling CNG vehicle to provide home refueling
NP Echter, KM Weyer, CW Turner, GR Babbitt, CL Hagen
SAE Technical Paper, 2014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20