His Composite material research is intertwined with Frost (temperature) and Porosity. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Composite material and Porosity. Chin-Hsiang Cheng integrates many fields, such as Meteorology and engineering, in his works. Chin-Hsiang Cheng integrates Atmospheric sciences with Meteorology in his research. Chin-Hsiang Cheng performs integrative study on Mechanics and Geometry. He merges Geometry with Mechanics in his study. Thermodynamics and Thermal are commonly linked in his work. His study connects Thermodynamics and Thermal. As part of his studies on Mechanical engineering, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Cylinder.
Chin-Hsiang Cheng performs integrative study on Mechanics and Geometry in his works. Chin-Hsiang Cheng undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Geometry and Mechanics through his works. His research combines Thermal and Thermodynamics. His Thermodynamics research extends to the thematically linked field of Thermal. His Stirling engine research extends to Mechanical engineering, which is thematically connected. His Stirling engine study typically links adjacent topics like Mechanical engineering. In most of his Chemical engineering studies, his work intersects topics such as Fuel cells. His Fuel cells study typically links adjacent topics like Proton exchange membrane fuel cell. His study ties his expertise on Chemical engineering together with the subject of Proton exchange membrane fuel cell.
Chin-Hsiang Cheng merges many fields, such as Thermodynamics and Working fluid, in his writings. He integrates many fields in his works, including Working fluid and Adiabatic process. Chin-Hsiang Cheng connects Adiabatic process with Stirling cycle in his study. In his research, Chin-Hsiang Cheng performs multidisciplinary study on Stirling cycle and Stirling engine. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Stirling engine and External combustion engine in his work. He brings together External combustion engine and Regenerative heat exchanger to produce work in his papers. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Regenerative heat exchanger and Heat transfer. He integrates Heat transfer with Heat exchanger in his study. In his works, Chin-Hsiang Cheng performs multidisciplinary study on Heat exchanger and Heat pump.
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A three-dimensional numerical modeling of thermoelectric device with consideration of coupling of temperature field and electric potential field
Xiao Dong Wang;Yu Xian Huang;Chin Hsiang Cheng;David Ta-Wei Lin.
Development of an energy-saving module via combination of solar cells and thermoelectric coolers for green building applications
Tsung Chieh Cheng;Chin Hsiang Cheng;Zhu Zin Huang;Guo Chun Liao.
Flow reversal and heat transfer of fully developed mixed convection in vertical channels
Chin-Hsiang Cheng;Hong-Sen Kou;Wen-Hsiung Huang.
Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer (1990)
A three-dimensional theoretical model for predicting transient thermal behavior of thermoelectric coolers
Chin-Hsiang Cheng;Shu Yu Huang;Tsung Chieh Cheng.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2010)
Numerical model for predicting thermodynamic cycle and thermal efficiency of a beta-type Stirling engine with rhombic-drive mechanism
Chin-Hsiang Cheng;Ying-Ju Yu.
Renewable Energy (2010)
An inverse geometry design problem for optimization of single serpentine flow field of PEM fuel cell
Xiao Dong Wang;Yu Xian Huang;Chin Hsiang Cheng;Jiin Yuh Jang.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2010)
Optimization of geometrical parameters for Stirling engines based on theoretical analysis
Chin-Hsiang Cheng;Hang Suin Yang.
Applied Energy (2012)
Effects of fabrication processes and material parameters of GDL on cell performance of PEM fuel cell
Wei Mon Yan;Ching Yi Hsueh;Chyi Yeou Soong;Falin Chen.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2007)
Theoretical and experimental study of a 300-W beta-type Stirling engine
Chin Hsiang Cheng;Hang Suin Yang;Lam Keong.
Geometry optimization of thermoelectric coolers using simplified conjugate-gradient method
Yu Xian Huang;Yu Xian Huang;Xiao Dong Wang;Chin-Hsiang Cheng;David Ta Wei Lin.
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