His main research concerns Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Spray characteristics, Spray nozzle and Heat transfer. Mechanics is a component of his Free surface, Pressure gradient and Multiphase flow studies. His Multiphase flow research integrates issues from Acceleration and Classical mechanics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Volume of fluid method, Liquid bubble and Two-phase flow. His Spray characteristics study incorporates themes from Volatility, Composite material and Boiling point. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Heat transfer, Vacuum chamber is strongly linked to Cooling capacity.
Bin Chen focuses on Mechanics, Laser, Biomedical engineering, Heat transfer and Optics. His Mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Classical mechanics and Nozzle. His study in the field of Nd:YAG laser, Port-wine stain, Pulse duration and Dye laser also crosses realms of Blood vessel.
His work deals with themes such as Epidermis and Port wine, which intersect with Biomedical engineering. His research in Heat transfer tackles topics such as Composite material which are related to areas like Spray cooling and Boiling point. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Back pressure, Cooling capacity and Temperature measurement.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Laser, Biomedical engineering, Heat transfer and Nozzle. Bin Chen has included themes like Boundary value problem and Heat equation in his Mechanics study. His Thermal damage, Fluence and Pulse duration study in the realm of Laser interacts with subjects such as Nevus of Ota.
Bin Chen has researched Biomedical engineering in several fields, including Dye laser, Nd:YAG laser and Port wine. His Heat transfer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Composite material and Flash evaporation. His research in Nozzle is mostly focused on Spray characteristics.
Bin Chen mainly focuses on Mechanics, Nozzle, Phase, Work and Heat transfer. His Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Mass fraction, Core and Contact area. The various areas that he examines in his Nozzle study include Back pressure, Dispersion, Mass transfer and Heat flux.
His Work research includes elements of Spray cooling, Viscosity and Surface tension. He does research in Heat transfer, focusing on Heat transfer coefficient specifically. In his study, Wetted area, Composite material, Heat transfer enhancement and Vortex is inextricably linked to Cooling capacity, which falls within the broad field of Surface finish.
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Emergy analysis of Chinese agriculture
G.Q. Chen;G.Q. Chen;M.M. Jiang;B. Chen;Z.F. Yang.
Urban energy–water nexus: A network perspective
Shaoqing Chen;Bin Chen.
Linkage analysis for the water–energy nexus of city
Delin Fang;Bin Chen.
Energy–water nexus of urban agglomeration based on multiregional input–output tables and ecological network analysis: A case study of the Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei region
Saige Wang;Bin Chen.
Global land-water nexus: Agricultural land and freshwater use embodied in worldwide supply chains.
B. Chen;M.Y. Han;K. Peng;S.L. Zhou.
Global energy flows embodied in international trade: A combination of environmentally extended input–output analysis and complex network analysis
B. Chen;J.S. Li;X.F. Wu;M.Y. Han.
A vertical subsurface-flow constructed wetland in Beijing
Z.M. Chen;B. Chen;B. Chen;J.B. Zhou;Z. Li.
Ecological network analysis for a virtual water network.
Delin Fang;Bin Chen.
Urban energy–water nexus based on modified input–output analysis
Saige Wang;Tao Cao;Bin Chen.
Exergy analysis for resource conversion of the Chinese Society 1993 under the material product system
B. Chen;G.Q. Chen.
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