The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ionic liquid, Equation of state, Inorganic chemistry, Deep eutectic solvent and Eutectic system. His Ionic liquid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Absorption, Aqueous solution and Solubility. He interconnects Mixing and Cubic function in the investigation of issues within Equation of state.
He has included themes like Wong–Sandler mixing rule and Activity coefficient in his Mixing study. His work investigates the relationship between Eutectic system and topics such as Analytical chemistry that intersect with problems in Chromatography, Atmospheric temperature range, Choline chloride and Isobaric process. His Thermodynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both UNIFAC and PSRK.
His primary areas of study are Control theory, Process engineering, Chemical engineering, Thermodynamics and Distillation. David Shan-Hill Wong has researched Control theory in several fields, including Process control, EWMA chart and Statistical process control. His Process engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Temperature control, Work, Power station, Chromatography and Reboiler.
His study focuses on the intersection of Work and fields such as Aqueous solution with connections in the field of Carbon dioxide. His biological study focuses on Equation of state. His Equation of state study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Activity coefficient.
David Shan-Hill Wong mainly focuses on Chemical engineering, Dimethyl carbonate, Methanol, Process engineering and Distillation. His Dimethyl carbonate research includes elements of Azeotrope, Phosgene, Reactive distillation and Fractionating column. As a part of the same scientific study, David Shan-Hill Wong usually deals with the Fractionating column, concentrating on Raw material and frequently concerns with Urea and Temperature control.
The Methanol study combines topics in areas such as Benzene, Inorganic chemistry, Toluene and Selectivity, Space velocity. His research in Process engineering intersects with topics in Work, Column, Ammonia, Carbon dioxide and Aqueous solution. David Shan-Hill Wong is interested in Reboiler, which is a branch of Distillation.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Process engineering, Aqueous solution, Nonlinear system and Control theory. His work on Packed bed is typically connected to Dual function as part of general Chemical engineering study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Process engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Energy, Energy reduction, Fraction and Ammonia.
His Nonlinear system research incorporates elements of Observer, Process control, Encoder and Soft sensor. The Control theory study combines topics in areas such as Stochastic process and EWMA chart. His study looks at the intersection of Control theory and topics like Control system with Line.
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A theoretically correct mixing rule for cubic equations of state
David Shan Hill Wong;Stanley I. Sandler.
Aiche Journal (1992)
A novel deep eutectic solvent-based ionic liquid used as electrolyte for dye-sensitized solar cells
Huei-Ru Jhong;David Shan-Hill Wong;Chi-Chao Wan;Yung-Yun Wang.
Electrochemistry Communications (2009)
Equation of state mixing rule for nonideal mixtures using available activity coefficient model parameters and that allows extrapolation over large ranges of temperature and pressure
David S. H. Wong;Hasan Orbey;Stanley I. Sandler.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1992)
Adsorption and Desorption of Carbon Dioxide onto and from Activated Carbon at High Pressures
Jeng Hsin Chen;David Shan Hill Wong;Chung Sung Tan;Ramkumar Subramanian.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1997)
Phase equilibria of water and ionic liquids [emim][PF6] and [bmim][PF6]
David Shan Hill Wong;Jia Pei Chen;Jyh Ming Chang;Cheng Huang Chou.
Fluid Phase Equilibria (2002)
Controller design and reduction of bullwhip for a model supply chain system using z-transform analysis
Pin-Ho Lin;David Shan-Hill Wong;Shi-Shang Jang;Shyan-Shu Shieh.
Journal of Process Control (2004)
Predictive control of quality in batch polymerization using hybrid ANN models
Andy Yen-Di Tsen;Shi Shang Jang;David Shan Hill Wong;Babu Joseph.
Aiche Journal (1996)
Controllability and energy efficiency of a high-purity divided wall column
San-Jang Wang;David S.H. Wong.
Chemical Engineering Science (2007)
Effect of Water on Solubility of Carbon Dioxide in (Aminomethanamide + 2-Hydroxy-N,N,N-trimethylethanaminium Chloride)
Wen Cheng Su;David Shan Hill Wong;Meng Hui Li.
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data (2009)
Plantwide control of CO 2 capture by absorption and stripping using monoethanolamine solution
Yu-Jeng Lin;Tian-Hong Pan;David Shan-Hill Wong;Shi-Shang Jang.
american control conference (2011)
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