Jiyuan Tu mainly focuses on Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Particle, Heat transfer and Flow. The various areas that Jiyuan Tu examines in his Mechanics study include Nose and Thermodynamics. His Computational fluid dynamics research includes themes of Number density, Airflow, Meteorology, Simulation and Fluid dynamics.
His research integrates issues of Stokes number, Nanotechnology, Deposition and Nasal cavity in his study of Particle. The concepts of his Heat transfer study are interwoven with issues in Thermal conductivity, Thermal, Thermal radiation, Nuclear engineering and Heat exchanger. Jiyuan Tu studied Flow and Pebble-bed reactor that intersect with Quasistatic process, Shear force, Normal force and Discrete element method.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Flow, Particle and Heat transfer. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Classical mechanics and Thermodynamics. He combines subjects such as Airflow, Ventilation, Thermal, Meteorology and Simulation with his study of Computational fluid dynamics.
Jiyuan Tu interconnects Deposition and Particle size in the investigation of issues within Particle. Jiyuan Tu has researched Heat transfer in several fields, including Thermal conduction, Heat exchanger, Thermal conductivity and Thermal radiation. His study looks at the relationship between Particle deposition and fields such as Nasal cavity, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Jiyuan Tu mainly investigates Mechanics, Heat transfer, Particle, Flow and Discrete element method. The study incorporates disciplines such as Packed bed, Thermal conductivity and Thermal radiation in addition to Mechanics. His research in Heat transfer intersects with topics in Condensation, Tube, Heat exchanger and Shell.
His Particle study incorporates themes from Nuclear reactor core and Mixing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Galilean invariance, Relaxation, Work, Numerical stability and Rotation. His Discrete element method research incorporates elements of Axial velocity, Reactor design, Discrete particle, Potential flow and Particle flow.
Jiyuan Tu focuses on Mechanics, Heat transfer, Thermal radiation, Packed bed and Radiative transfer. Mechanics and Cylinder are commonly linked in his work. His Heat transfer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Core, Nuclear engineering, Tube, Heat exchanger and Pebble-bed reactor.
His study focuses on the intersection of Thermal radiation and fields such as Emissivity with connections in the field of CFD-DEM. In his study, Thermal conduction, Radiative flux and Radiation flux is strongly linked to Discrete element method, which falls under the umbrella field of Packed bed. His Radiative transfer research incorporates themes from Nuclear reactor, Thermal conductivity, View factor and Forced convection.
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Computational Fluid Dynamics: A Practical Approach
Jiyuan Tu;Guan Heng Yeoh;Chaoqun Liu.
Computational Techniques for Multiphase Flows
GH Yeoh;J Tu.
Numerical simulations for detailed airflow dynamics in a human nasal cavity
Jian Wen;Kiao Inthavong;Jiyuan Tu;Simin Wang.
Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology (2008)
On numerical modelling of low-pressure subcooled boiling flows
J.Y. Tu;G.H. Yeoh.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2002)
Computational Fluid and Particle Dynamics in the Human Respiratory System
Jiyuan Tu;Kiao Inthavong;Goodarz Ahmadi.
Bubble departure frequency in forced convective subcooled boiling flow
Rong Situ;Mamoru Ishii;Takashi Hibiki;Jiyuan Tu.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2008)
A Numerical Study of Spray Particle Deposition in a Human Nasal Cavity
Kiao Inthavong;Zhaofeng Tian;Huafeng Li;Jiyuan Tu.
Aerosol Science and Technology (2006)
On the numerical study of isothermal vertical bubbly flow using two population balance approaches
Sherman C.P. Cheung;G.H. Yeoh;J.Y. Tu.
Chemical Engineering Science (2007)
Numerical simulation of heat transfer in packed pebble beds: CFD-DEM coupled with particle thermal radiation
Hao Wu;Hao Wu;Nan Gui;Xingtuan Yang;Jiyuan Tu;Jiyuan Tu.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2017)
Effect of calcification on the mechanical stability of plaque based on a three-dimensional carotid bifurcation model
Kelvin Kl Wong;Pongpat Thavornpattanapong;Sherman Cp Cheung;Zhonghua Sun.
BMC Cardiovascular Disorders (2012)
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