Mullite and Ceramic membrane are the subject areas of his Ceramic study. Guangyao Meng is involved in relevant fields of research such as Membrane, Catalysis and Ceramic membrane in the realm of Biochemistry. His research on Membrane often connects related areas such as Biochemistry. Guangyao Meng carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Catalysis and Organic chemistry. His Organic chemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Ammonia. His Chemical engineering study typically links adjacent topics like Fuel cells. His Chemical engineering research extends to Fuel cells, which is thematically connected. In his papers, Guangyao Meng integrates diverse fields, such as Metallurgy and Mineralogy. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Mineralogy and Metallurgy.
In the subject of Chemical engineering, Guangyao Meng integrates adjacent academic fields such as Fuel cells and Perovskite (structure). His Perovskite (structure) study typically links adjacent topics like Chemical engineering. His Physical chemistry study frequently links to other fields, such as Conductivity. His Composite material study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Porosity. As part of his studies on Porosity, he often connects relevant subjects like Composite material. He merges Metallurgy with Mineralogy in his study. His work blends Mineralogy and Metallurgy studies together. He incorporates Electrode and Electrochemistry in his research. He combines Electrochemistry and Electrode in his research.
His work in the fields of Nano-, such as Composite material, intersects with other areas such as Microstructure. His research combines Nano- and Composite material. Guangyao Meng connects relevant research areas such as Oxide, Thermal expansion and Microstructure in the domain of Metallurgy. His work in Microchannel is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Mechanics. Mechanics connects with themes related to Microchannel in his study. His Thermodynamics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Heat sink. Much of his study explores Heat sink relationship to Thermodynamics. His study deals with a combination of Heat transfer and Heat flux. While working on this project, Guangyao Meng studies both Heat flux and Heat transfer.
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Effect of Gd (Sm) doping on properties of ceria electrolyte for solid oxide fuel cells
Shaowu Zha;Changrong Xia;Guangyao Meng.
Journal of Power Sources (2003)
Separation of stable oil–water emulsion by the hydrophilic nano-sized ZrO2 modified Al2O3 microfiltration membrane
Jian-er Zhou;Qibing Chang;Qibing Chang;Yongqing Wang;Jinming Wang.
Separation and Purification Technology (2010)
Hydrothermal synthesis of LaFeO3 under carbonate-containing medium
Wenjun Zheng;Ronghou Liu;Dingkun Peng;Guangyao Meng.
Materials Letters (2000)
Cathode processes and materials for solid oxide fuel cells with proton conductors as electrolytes
Ranran Peng;Tianzhi Wu;Wei Liu;Xingqin Liu.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2010)
Direct synthesis of methane from CO2/H2O in an oxygen-ion conducting solid oxide electrolyser
Kui Xie;Kui Xie;Yaoqing Zhang;Guangyao Meng;John T. S. Irvine.
Energy and Environmental Science (2011)
Preparation of cordierite-based porous ceramic micro-filtration membranes using waste fly ash as the main raw materials
Yingchao Dong;Xingqin Liu;Qianli Ma;Guangyao Meng.
Journal of Membrane Science (2006)
Preparation of low-cost mullite ceramics from natural bauxite and industrial waste fly ash
Yingchao Dong;Xuyong Feng;Xuefei Feng;Yanwei Ding.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2008)
A high-performance ammonia-fueled solid oxide fuel cell
Qianli Ma;Ranran Peng;Yongjing Lin;Jianfeng Gao.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
Sintering and electrical properties of (CeO2)0.8(Sm2O3)0.1 powders prepared by glycine–nitrate process
Ranran Peng;Changrong Xia;Qingxi Fu;Guangyao Meng.
Materials Letters (2002)
Electrode performance and analysis of reversible solid oxide fuel cells with proton conducting electrolyte of BaCe0.5Zr0.3Y0.2O3−δ
Fei He;Duo Song;Ranran Peng;Guangyao Meng.
Journal of Power Sources (2010)
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