His scientific interests lie mostly in Thermodynamics, Cogeneration, Process engineering, Exergy and Mineralogy. He combines subjects such as Ultimate tensile strength and Mechanics, Bubble with his study of Thermodynamics. Ho-Young Kwak has included themes like Ionization, Similarity solution, Kinetic energy and Thermal radiation in his Bubble study.
His work on Exergy efficiency as part of general Exergy research is often related to Component, thus linking different fields of science. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Partial oxidation, Steam reforming, Thermal stability and Nickel. The Heat transfer coefficient study combines topics in areas such as Nanofluid, Prandtl number and Laminar flow.
Ho-Young Kwak mainly investigates Bubble, Thermodynamics, Mechanics, Sonoluminescence and Analytical chemistry. His study in the field of Bubble point is also linked to topics like Radius. His Thermodynamics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Liquid bubble.
In Sonoluminescence, he works on issues like Nanoparticle, which are connected to Coating. His work deals with themes such as Electron paramagnetic resonance and Doping, which intersect with Analytical chemistry. His Phosphor research includes elements of Infrared and Scanning electron microscope.
Ho-Young Kwak spends much of his time researching Bubble, Mechanics, Environmental science, Exergy and Nucleation. His Bubble study incorporates themes from Heat transfer, Nano-, Surface tension, Evaporation and Capillary action. His research in Evaporation intersects with topics in Liquid bubble and Bubble point.
His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Attenuation coefficient and Classical mechanics, Shock. Ho-Young Kwak has researched Exergy in several fields, including Fault, Heat exchanger, Power station and Proton exchange membrane fuel cell. He interconnects Superheating, Thermodynamics and Nanopore in the investigation of issues within Electrolyte.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Exergy, Power station, Bubble, Mechanics and Exergy efficiency. Exergy is a subfield of Thermodynamics that Ho-Young Kwak studies. Thermodynamics is closely attributed to Unit cost in his work.
His work carried out in the field of Power station brings together such families of science as Air compressor, Reliability engineering, Heat exchanger, Steam turbine and Combined cycle. His studies deal with areas such as Nano-, Steady state, Tension and Surface tension as well as Bubble. In the field of Mechanics, his study on Sonoluminescence overlaps with subjects such as Constant curvature.
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Forced convective heat transfer of nanofluids in microchannels
Jung-Yeul Jung;Hoo-Suk Oh;Ho-Young Kwak.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2009)
Exergetic and thermoeconomic analyses of power plants
H.-Y. Kwak;D.-J. Kim;J.-S. Jeon.
Exergoeconomic analysis of thermal systems
Si-Moon Kim;Si-Doek Oh;Yong-Ho Kwon;Ho-Young Kwak.
Exergoeconomic analysis of gas turbine cogeneration systems
Yong-Ho Kwon;Ho-Young Kwak;Si-Doek Oh.
Exergy, An International Journal (2001)
Exergy analysis for a gas turbine cogeneration system
Si-Doek Oh;Hyo-Sun Pang;Si-Moon Kim;Ho-Young Kwak.
Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power-transactions of The Asme (1996)
An aspect of sonoluminescence from hydrodynamic theory
Ho–Young Kwak;Hyup Yang.
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan (1995)
Catalytic test of supported Ni catalysts with core/shell structure for dry reforming of methane
Ki-Moon Kang;Hyo-Won Kim;Il-Wun Shim;Ho-Young Kwak.
Fuel Processing Technology (2011)
Hydrodynamic Solutions for a Sonoluminescing Gas Bubble.
Ho‐Young Kwak;Jung‐Hee Na.
Physical Review Letters (1996)
Optimal planning and economic evaluation of cogeneration system
Si-Doek Oh;Ho-Jun Lee;Jung-Yeul Jung;Ho-Young Kwak.
Homogeneous Bubble Nucleation Predicted by a Molecular Interaction Model
Ho-Young Kwak;Sangbum Lee.
Journal of Heat Transfer-transactions of The Asme (1991)
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