Wei Wang focuses on Drag coefficient, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Fluidization and Computational fluid dynamics. His research investigates the connection with Drag coefficient and areas like Flow which intersect with concerns in Two-fluid model and Computer simulation. Wei Wang studies Mechanics, namely Drag.
The various areas that Wei Wang examines in his Drag study include Mechanical engineering and Simulation. As part of the same scientific family, Wei Wang usually focuses on Thermodynamics, concentrating on Gas solid and intersecting with Archimedes number. His Computational fluid dynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Multiphase flow, Pressure drop, Two-phase flow and Breakup.
Mechanics, Drag, Fluidization, Computational fluid dynamics and Fluidized bed combustion are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Simulation and Work. In Drag, he works on issues like Pressure drop, which are connected to Smoothed-particle hydrodynamics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Multiphase flow, Two-fluid model and Classical mechanics in addition to Fluidization. His Computational fluid dynamics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mass transfer, Drag coefficient and Steady state. Wei Wang works mostly in the field of Fluidized bed combustion, limiting it down to topics relating to Boiler and, in certain cases, Circulating fluidized bed boiler and Volume fraction.
His main research concerns Mechanics, Drag, Computational fluid dynamics, Fluidized bed and Flow. His work focuses on many connections between Mechanics and other disciplines, such as Fluidization, that overlap with his field of interest in Process engineering. His work is dedicated to discovering how Drag, Work are connected with Force balance and Acceleration and other disciplines.
His Computational fluid dynamics research incorporates elements of Mass transfer, Drag coefficient and Fluidized bed combustion. His Fluidized bed study incorporates themes from Sludge, NOx and Pulp and paper industry. His Flow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Draft tube and Circulation.
His primary areas of study are Process engineering, Fluidization, Energy minimization, Mechanics and Drag. His study in Process engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Perfect mixing, Process and Residence time distribution. His studies deal with areas such as Work and Particle size as well as Fluidization.
Multiphase particle-in-cell method, Phase, Polygon mesh, Fluidized bed combustion and Solid stress are fields of study that intersect with his Energy minimization study. His Multiphase particle-in-cell method study frequently links to related topics such as Computational fluid dynamics. His work deals with themes such as Cyclonic separation, Nuclear engineering, Flow, Heat transfer and Pressure drop, which intersect with Computational fluid dynamics.
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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)
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)
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)
Meso-scale oriented simulation towards virtual process engineering (VPE)-The EMMS Paradigm
Wei Ge;Wei Wang;Ning Yang;Jinghai Li.
Virtual experimentation through 3D full-loop simulation of a circulating fluidized bed
Nan Zhang;Bona Lu;Wei Wang;Jinghai Li.
Application of Bifunctional Ionic Liquid Extractants [A336][CA-12] and [A336][CA-100] to the Lanthanum Extraction and Separation from Rare Earths in the Chloride Medium
Wei Wang;Hualing Yang;Hongmin Cui;Dongli Zhang.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2011)
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