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Ning Yang

Name:
Ning Yang
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Ph.D.,Professor
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Professor
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P.O.Box 353, Beijing, 100190, P.R.China
E-mail:
nyang@home.ipe.ac.cn

Resume:

  Professor at the EMMS Group of the State Key Laboratory of Multiphase Complex Systems of Institute of Process Engineering (IPE) of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

  CURRICULUM VITAE

  Ning Yang graduated in 1996 with a B.S. degree in mineral processing at Taiyuan University of Science and Technology, and received a M.S. degree in mineral processing in 1999 at China University of Mining and Technology at Beijing. Then he started with his Ph.D. study at Institute of Process Engineering of CAS supervised by Prof. Jinghai Li on the multiscale simulation of gas-solid two-phase flow in fluidization, devoted to develop the EMMS drag model (Energy-Minimization Multi-scale) to improve the multiphase CFD simulation, and finished the Ph.D. requirements in 2003. Then he was appointed as an assistant professor at IPE. From October 2004, he worked in the Institute of Fluid Mechanics of Toulouse in France (IMFT, CNRS/INP/UPS) as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2006, he returned the EMMS group at the Institute of Process Engineering of CAS and became an associate professor in 2008. In 2012, he was appointed as a professor and obtained the Excellent Young Scientist Fund from National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). He is a member of Youth Council of China Society of Particuology (CSP), and the secretary of the 3rd and 4th International Conference on Multiscale Structures and Systems in Process Engineering (http://www.mesoscience.org).

    RESEARCH INTEREST

  Meso-scale structures and meso-science in gas-liquid and gas-liquid-solid multiphase reactor systems

  Stability-constrained multi-scale CFD models for gas-liquid flows

  Direct numerical simulation of gas-liquid flows and mass transfer

  Advanced experimental measurements of gas-liquid flows and mass transfer

  CFD modeling for industrial processes (Incorporated with SinoPec, Synfuel China, BP, Unilever, TOTAL)

  PUBLICATION

  Xiao, Q., Yang, N.*, Li, J., 2013. Stability-constrained multi-fluid CFD models for gas-liquid flow in bubble columns. Chemical Engineering Science. DOI: 10.1016/j.ces.2013.02.027

  Shu, S., Yang, N.*, 2013. Direct numerical simulation of bubble dynamics using phase-field model and lattice Boltzmann method. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. DOI: 10.1021/ie303486y

  Xuemei Li, Ning Yang*. 2013. Modeling the light distribution in airlift photobioreactors under simultaneous external and internal illumination using the two-flux model. Chemical Engineering Science 88: 16-22. doi: 10.1016/j.ces.2012.11.015.

  Wang, Y., Xiao, Q., Yang, N.*, Li, J., 2012. In-depth exploration of the Dual-Bubble-Size model for bubble columns. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. 51, 2077-2083.

  Yang, N.*, 2012. A multi-scale framework for CFD modeling of multi-phase systems based on the EMMS approach. Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics. 12, 220-229.

  Chen, J., Yang, N.*, Ge, W., Li, J., 2012. Stability-driven structure evolution: Exploring the intrinsic similarity between gas-solid and gas-liquid systems. Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering. 20, 167-177.

  Yang, N.*, Wu, Z., Chen, J., Wang, Y., Li, J., 2011. Multi-scale analysis of gas-liquid interaction and CFD simulation of gas-liquid flow in bubble columns. Chemical Engineering Science. 66, 3212-3222.

  Yang, N.*, Chen, J., Ge, W., Li, J., 2010. A conceptual model for analyzing the stability condition and regime transition in bubble columns. Chemical Engineering Science 65, 517-526.

  Chen, J., Yang, N.*, Ge, W., Li, J., 2009. Modeling of regime transition in bubble columns with stability condition. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 48, 290-301.

  Chen, J, Yang, N.*, Ge, W., Li, J., 2009. Computational fluid dynamics simulation of regime transition in bubble columns incorporating the dual-bubble-size model. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 48, 8172-8179.

  Yang, N.*, Chen, J., Zhao, H., Ge, W.*, Li, J.*, 2007. Explorations on multi-scale structure and stability condition in bubble columns. Chemical Engineering Science, 62, 6978-6991.

  Yang, N., Wang, W., Zhao, H., Ge, W., Li, J., 2006. Structure-oriented multi-scale simulation of two-phase flows-methodology and application. Keynote paper on Fifth International Conference on CFD in the Process Industries, CSIRO, Melbourne.

  Yang, N.*, Wang, W., Ge, W., Li, J., 2004. Simulation of heterogeneous structure in a circulating fluidized-bed riser by combining the two-fluid model with the EMMS approach. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 43, 5548-5561.

  Yang, N.*, Wang, W., Ge, W., Li, J., 2003. CFD simulation of concurrent-up gas-solid flow in circulating fluidized beds with structure-dependent drag coefficient, Chemical Engineering Journal, 96, 71-80.

  Yang, N.*, Wang, W., Ge, W., Li, J., 2003. Analysis of flow structure and calculation of drag coefficient for concurrent-up gas-solid flow. Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering, 11(1), 79-84.

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