2022 - Research.com Engineering and Technology in Australia Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Discrete element method, Particle, Classical mechanics and Computational fluid dynamics. His Mechanics research integrates issues from SPHERES, Rolling resistance, Thermodynamics and Particle size. The study incorporates disciplines such as Granular material, Mechanical engineering, Rotational speed and Flow in addition to Discrete element method.
His Particle research integrates issues from Fluidized bed, Fluidization and Mixing. His Classical mechanics research includes themes of Collision frequency, van der Waals force, Angle of repose and Drum. His studies deal with areas such as Multiphase flow, Volumetric flow rate and Computer simulation as well as Computational fluid dynamics.
Mechanics, Discrete element method, Particle, Flow and Composite material are his primary areas of study. His Mechanics study focuses on Computational fluid dynamics in particular. His Computational fluid dynamics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Multiphase flow.
His work in Discrete element method covers topics such as SPHERES which are related to areas like Sphere packing. His Particle research focuses on Porosity and how it connects with Mineralogy. Aibing Yu usually deals with Blast furnace and limits it to topics linked to Combustion and Waste management.
His main research concerns Mechanics, Particle, Discrete element method, Computational fluid dynamics and CFD-DEM. The concepts of his Mechanics study are interwoven with issues in Fluidized bed, Fluidization and Particle size. Aibing Yu combines subjects such as SPHERES, Aspect ratio, Composite material, Mixing and Electrostatic precipitator with his study of Particle.
The Discrete element method study combines topics in areas such as Sphere packing, Mass transfer and Work. Aibing Yu frequently studies issues relating to Pressure drop and Computational fluid dynamics. The various areas that Aibing Yu examines in his Flow study include Granular material and Blast furnace.
Aibing Yu mostly deals with Mechanics, Particle, Discrete element method, Computational fluid dynamics and Fluidized bed. His Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Fluidization and Particle size. Aibing Yu interconnects Range, Flow, Volumetric flow rate and Constitutive equation in the investigation of issues within Particle.
In his research, Blast furnace is intimately related to Numerical analysis, which falls under the overarching field of Flow. Aibing Yu works in the field of Discrete element method, namely CFD-DEM. His studies link Hydrocyclone with Computational fluid dynamics.
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Discrete particle simulation of particulate systems: Theoretical developments
H.P. Zhu;Z.Y. Zhou;R.Y. Yang;A.B. Yu.
Chemical Engineering Science (2007)
Discrete particle simulation of particulate systems: A review of major applications and findings
Haiping Zhu;Zongyan Zhou;Runyu Yang;Aibing Yu.
Chemical Engineering Science (2008)
Inorganic nanoparticles as carriers for efficient cellular delivery
Zhi Ping Xu;Qing Hua Zeng;Gao Qing Lu;Ai Bing Yu.
Chemical Engineering Science (2006)
Numerical simulation of the gas-solid flow in a fluidized bed by combining discrete particle method with computational fluid dynamics
B.H. Xu;A.B. Yu.
Chemical Engineering Science (1997)
Rolling friction in the dynamic simulation of sandpile formation
Y.C. Zhou;B.D. Wright;R.Y. Yang;B.H. Xu.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (1999)
Multiscale modeling and simulation of polymer nanocomposites
Qinghua Zeng;Aibing Yu;G. Q. Lu.
Progress in Polymer Science (2008)
Nanoarchitectured Design of Porous Materials and Nanocomposites from Metal-Organic Frameworks.
Yusuf Valentino Kaneti;Yusuf Valentino Kaneti;Jing Tang;Jing Tang;Rahul R. Salunkhe;Xuchuan Jiang.
Advanced Materials (2017)
Clay-based polymer nanocomposites: research and commercial development.
Q. H. Zeng;A. B. Yu;G. Q. Lu;Donald R Paul.
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2005)
Discrete particle simulation of particle–fluid flow: model formulations and their applicability
Zongyan Zhou;Shibo Kuang;Kaiwei Chu;Aibing Yu.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2010)
Computer simulation of the packing of fine particles
R. Y. Yang;R. P. Zou;A. B. Yu.
Physical Review E (2000)
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