Bing Wang

Tsinghua University, China

Bing Wang serves as an Associate Professor. He received his Ph.D. degree from the Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, School of Aerospace, Tsinghua University, in 2005, after which he entered the Institute of Fluid Mechanics and then the Institute of Power and Propulsion, to pursue an academic career. He has successively held the positions of a Lecturer (2005–2010) and an Associate Professor (since 2010). He also obtained the reputable Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow (2006–2008) from the Technical University of Munich, Germany. Currently, he also serves as a Vice Deputy Dean of the School of Aerospace, Tsinghua University. Currently, Wang’s research group is mainly interested in (1) aerocombustion fundamentals, including turbulence, two-phase flows, particle dynamics, and turbulent combustion; (2) liquid rocket engine, including combustion simulation, combustion instability and controlling, cooling and sealing techniques, digital design, and combined cycle system analysis; (3) scramjet, including models and numerical simulations; (4) solid rocket engine, including design and performance analysis; (5) energy and environmental mechanics including new energy techniques, propulsion of new energy, pollutant dispersion and control; (6) numerical simulation techniques, including LES, DNS, and hybrid LES/RANS.

Biography Updated on 16 August 2012

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