2018 - OSA Fellows Wei Huang Northwestern Polytechnical Univ. & Nanjing Tech Univ., China For pioneering leadership in organic optoelectronics which developed from physics, chemistry, materials, electronics, and information science & technology based interdisciplines.
His primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Supersonic speed, Materials science, Aerospace engineering and Combustor. His work on Turbulence as part of general Mechanics study is frequently linked to Overall pressure ratio, bridging the gap between disciplines. Wei Huang interconnects Transverse plane, Jet, Drag and Injector in the investigation of issues within Supersonic speed.
His study in Hypersonic speed and Propulsion falls under the purview of Aerospace engineering. In general Combustor study, his work on Scramjet often relates to the realm of Shock wave, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work focuses on many connections between Choked flow and other disciplines, such as Mach number, that overlap with his field of interest in Freestream.
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Materials science, Hypersonic speed, Supersonic speed and Aerospace engineering. His Turbulence, Jet, Drag, Choked flow and Mach number study are his primary interests in Mechanics. His work carried out in the field of Drag brings together such families of science as Classical mechanics and Heat flux.
His Hypersonic speed research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lift-to-drag ratio, Aerodynamics, Leading edge and Inlet. He has included themes like Optics, Mechanical engineering, Injector and Vortex, Vortex generator in his Supersonic speed study. The Range, Propulsion and Airframe research Wei Huang does as part of his general Aerospace engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Scramjet and Combustor, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Wei Huang mainly investigates Mechanics, Mach number, Supersonic speed, Shock wave and Materials science. His research on Mechanics often connects related areas such as Head. His study in Mach number is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hypersonic speed and Wind tunnel.
His study ties his expertise on Aerodynamics together with the subject of Supersonic speed. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Turbulence and Boundary layer. He combines subjects such as Freestream and Shock with his study of Drag.
Wei Huang mainly focuses on Mach number, Aerospace engineering, Hypersonic flight, Range and Propulsion. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hypersonic speed, External flow, Aerodynamics and Wind tunnel in addition to Mach number. Wei Huang is involved in the study of Aerospace engineering that focuses on Supersonic speed in particular.
His Supersonic speed study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Flight envelope and Downwash. His Hypersonic flight study combines topics in areas such as Shock wave, Boundary value problem, Internal flow and Boundary layer. The concepts of his Propulsion study are interwoven with issues in Transverse plane and Total pressure.
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Influences of the turbulence model and the slot width on the transverse slot injection flow field in supersonic flows
Wei Huang;Wei-dong Liu;Shi-bin Li;Zhi-xun Xia.
Acta Astronautica (2012)
Transverse jet in supersonic crossflows
Aerospace Science and Technology (2016)
Numerical investigation on the ram–scram transition mechanism in a strut-based dual-mode scramjet combustor
Wei Huang;Li Yan.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2016)
Performance evaluation and parametric analysis on cantilevered ramp injector in supersonic flows
Wei Huang;Shi-bin Li;Li Yan;Zhen-guo Wang.
Acta Astronautica (2013)
Survey on the mode transition technique in combined cycle propulsion systems
Wei Huang;Li Yan;Jian-guo Tan.
Aerospace Science and Technology (2014)
Design exploration of three-dimensional transverse jet in a supersonic crossflow based on data mining and multi-objective design optimization approaches
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2014)
Numerical investigation on the shock wave transition in a three-dimensional scramjet isolator
Wei Huang;Wei Huang;Zhen-guo Wang;Mohamed Pourkashanian;Lin Ma.
Acta Astronautica (2011)
Detailed parametric investigations on drag and heat flux reduction induced by a combinational spike and opposing jet concept in hypersonic flows
Min Ou;Li Yan;Wei Huang;Shi-bin Li.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2018)
Experimental investigation on drag and heat flux reduction in supersonic/hypersonic flows: A survey
Zhen-guo Wang;Xi-wan Sun;Wei Huang;Shi-bin Li.
Acta Astronautica (2016)
Supersonic mixing in airbreathing propulsion systems for hypersonic flights
Wei Huang;Zhao-bo Du;Li Yan;Zhi-xun Xia.
Progress in Aerospace Sciences (2019)
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