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Major research interests

  • Modeling and CFD in Multiphase Flows (Gas-solid or Gas-droplet Two Phase Flows, Gas-liquid-solid Three Phase Flows) using Finite Difference or Finite Volume method; RANS, LES and DNS for turbulence; DEM for particles; DEM or VOF for bubbles; MAC and VOF for interface.
  • Particulate Flows and Coupled Fluid Flows; Computational Combustion and Reacting Flows.
  • Particle Technology and Particle Effects; Aerosol Dynamics as well as Particle Transport, Deposition and Removal.
  • Energy Systems and Renewable/clean Energy (Bioenergy; Coalliquefaction; Thermal Solar Power extraction; Hydrogen Production; Solid Fuel gasification).


Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China since August 1st, 2012.

Instructor for Intermediate Fluid Mechanics at 2003 Clarkson University Summer School, Potsdam, New York, USA. Full time. June 30, 2003- August 01, 2003. Received Satisfied student evaluation.

SUNY Canton Professional NSF STEM Tutorfor 2011 Spring and Fall semester. Canton, New York, USA. Part time, February 07, 2011-December, 2011.

SUNY Canton Professional Math Lab and Individual Tutor  for 2011 Fall semester. Canton,   New York, USA. Part time, September 21, 2011- December, 2011.

Courses taught:

Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics 1

Foundation Mechanics

Intermediate Fluid Mechanics

Courses tutored:

Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Survey of Math, Statics, Statistics, Strength of Materials, Dynamics, College Physics.

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