Chin-Hsiang Cheng mostly deals with Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat transfer, Proton exchange membrane fuel cell and Conjugate gradient method. His Mechanics study often links to related topics such as Stirling engine. His research on Thermodynamics often connects related topics like Dynamic simulation.
His research in Heat transfer intersects with topics in Thermal conduction and Thermal. His work carried out in the field of Proton exchange membrane fuel cell brings together such families of science as Transport phenomena, Cathode and Gaseous diffusion. He interconnects Shape optimization, Mesh generation and Geometry in the investigation of issues within Conjugate gradient method.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanics, Heat transfer, Thermodynamics, Mechanical engineering and Stirling engine. Mechanics is represented through his Buoyancy, Flow, Convection, Natural convection and Laminar flow research. His Heat transfer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Thermal conduction, Thermal and Reynolds number.
Chin-Hsiang Cheng studied Thermodynamics and Fin that intersect with Fluid dynamics. In general Mechanical engineering study, his work on Stirling cycle often relates to the realm of Optimal design, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Stirling engine research incorporates themes from Regenerative heat exchanger, Power and Piston.
His main research concerns Stirling engine, Mechanics, Composite material, Mechanical engineering and Piston. His study in Stirling engine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Regenerative heat exchanger, Power and Computer simulation. Chin-Hsiang Cheng studies Mechanics, focusing on Potential flow in particular.
His Mechanical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Thermocouple, Electromagnetic radiation, Gradient method, Electromagnetic shielding and Metamaterial. His research investigates the connection between Work output and topics such as Simulation that intersect with problems in Heat transfer. His work is dedicated to discovering how Equations of motion, Amplitude are connected with Thermodynamics and other disciplines.
Chin-Hsiang Cheng mainly focuses on Stirling engine, Mechanics, Power, Rhombic drive and Mechanical engineering. His Mechanics research incorporates elements of Work and Conjugate gradient method. His research in Work intersects with topics in Work output, Dimensionless quantity and Thermoelectric cooling.
Chin-Hsiang Cheng interconnects Computational fluid dynamics, Working fluid, Computer simulation, Regenerative heat exchanger and Thermodynamic cycle in the investigation of issues within Power. His Regenerative heat exchanger study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stirling cycle, Adiabatic process and Rotational speed. His Piston research includes elements of Dynamic simulation, Torque, Maximization and Maximum power principle.
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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.
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)
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.
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)
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.
Theoretical and experimental study of a 300-W beta-type Stirling engine
Chin Hsiang Cheng;Hang Suin Yang;Lam Keong.
AN APPROACH COMBINING BODY-FITTED GRID GENERATION AND CONJUGATE GRADIENT METHODS FOR SHAPE DESIGN IN HEAT CONDUCTION PROBLEMS
Chin-Hsiang Cheng;Chun-Yin Wu.
Numerical Heat Transfer Part B-fundamentals (2000)
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