Jinghai Li is involved in relevant fields of research such as Flow (mathematics), Drag and Computational fluid dynamics in the field of Mechanics. As part of his studies on Computational fluid dynamics, Jinghai Li often connects relevant areas like Mechanics. Other disciplines of study, such as Fluidization and Fluidized bed combustion, are mixed together with his Fluidized bed studies. Geometry connects with themes related to Grid and Flow (mathematics) in his study. His study in Geometry extends to Grid with its themes. In his works, Jinghai Li undertakes multidisciplinary study on Quantum mechanics and Statistical physics. Jinghai Li conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Statistical physics and Quantum mechanics through his works. As part of his studies on Thermodynamics, he often connects relevant areas like Fluidization. Oceanography and Particle (ecology) are commonly linked in his work.
As part of his studies on Mechanics, Jinghai Li often connects relevant subjects like Flow (mathematics). Much of his study explores Flow (mathematics) relationship to Mechanics. Many of his studies on Thermodynamics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Fluidization. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Fluidization and Fluidized bed. His studies link Thermodynamics with Fluidized bed. His study ties his expertise on Scale (ratio) together with the subject of Quantum mechanics. He regularly ties together related areas like Quantum mechanics in his Scale (ratio) studies. Many of his studies on Particle (ecology) apply to Oceanography as well. His study ties his expertise on Particle (ecology) together with the subject of Oceanography.
Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Complex system, Perspective (graphical) and Crowd psychology and Artificial intelligence. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Mesoscale meteorology and Meteorology. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Meteorology and Mesoscale meteorology via his papers. His Transport engineering study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Social force model. The study of Social force model is intertwined with the study of Pedestrian in a number of ways. He frequently studies issues relating to Transport engineering and Pedestrian. Organic chemistry is closely attributed to Organic semiconductor in his study. His Organic chemistry research extends to the thematically linked field of Organic semiconductor. His Computer security study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Crowds.
Jinghai Li frequently studies issues relating to Climatology and Mesoscale meteorology. Climatology and Mesoscale meteorology are commonly linked in his work. Jinghai Li integrates several fields in his works, including Meteorology and Visibility. In his study, Jinghai Li carries out multidisciplinary Visibility and Meteorology research. Jinghai Li conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Sustainable development and Ecology. Jinghai Li combines Ecology and Sustainable development in his studies. In his works, Jinghai Li performs multidisciplinary study on Epoxy and Composite material. Jinghai Li merges many fields, such as Composite material and Epoxy, in his writings. His research brings together the fields of Asphalt pavement and Asphalt.
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CFD simulation of concurrent-up gas–solid flow in circulating fluidized beds with structure-dependent drag coefficient
Ning Yang;Wei Wang;Wei Ge;Jinghai Li.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2003)
Simulation of gas-solid two-phase flow by a multi-scale CFD approach - Extension of the EMMS model to the sub-grid level
Wei Wang;Jinghai Li.
Chemical Engineering Science (2007)
Exploring complex systems in chemical engineering - the multi-scale methodology
Jinghai Li;Mooson Kwauk.
Chemical Engineering Science (2003)
Eulerian simulation of heterogeneous gas–solid flows in CFB risers: EMMS-based sub-grid scale model with a revised cluster description
Junwu Wang;Wei Ge;Jinghai Li.
Chemical Engineering Science (2008)
Simulation of Heterogeneous Structure in a Circulating Fluidized-Bed Riser by Combining the Two-Fluid Model with the EMMS Approach
Ning Yang;Wei Wang;Wei Ge;Linna Wang.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2004)
Searching for a mesh-independent sub-grid model for CFD simulation of gas–solid riser flows
Bona Lu;Wei Wang;Jinghai Li.
Chemical Engineering Science (2009)
Multi-scale methodology for complex systems
Jinghai Li;Jiayuan Zhang;Wei Ge;Xinhua Liu.
Chemical Engineering Science (2004)
3D CFD simulation of hydrodynamics of a 150 MWe circulating fluidized bed boiler
Nan Zhang;Bona Lu;Wei Wang;Jinghai Li.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2010)
A bubble-based EMMS model for gas-solid bubbling fluidization
Zhansheng Shi;Wei Wang;Jinghai Li.
Chemical Engineering Science (2011)
A review of multiscale CFD for gas-solid CFB modeling
Wei Wang;Bona Lu;Nan Zhang;Zhansheng Shi.
International Journal of Multiphase Flow (2010)
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