Xianting Li mainly investigates Absorption heat pump, Waste management, Thermal, Hybrid heat and Heat pump. His Absorption heat pump research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Heat recovery ventilation and Primary energy. His Waste management research incorporates elements of Nuclear engineering and Thermal energy storage.
The Nuclear engineering study combines topics in areas such as Coefficient of performance and Heating system. His Thermal energy storage study incorporates themes from Renewable heat and Absorption. His Thermal study deals with Environmental engineering intersecting with Snow.
Xianting Li focuses on Heat pump, Mechanics, Nuclear engineering, Absorption heat pump and Air conditioning. His studies deal with areas such as Refrigerant and TRNSYS as well as Heat pump. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Gas compressor, Airflow and Thermal.
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His primary scientific interests are in Airflow, Efficient energy use, Heat pump, Thermal and Mechanics. His work deals with themes such as Regenerative heat exchanger, Heat recovery ventilation, Tower and Borehole, which intersect with Efficient energy use. His Heat pump research includes elements of Nuclear engineering, Work and Solar energy.
Xianting Li focuses mostly in the field of Mechanics, narrowing it down to matters related to Cooling load and, in some cases, Solar gain and Thermal plume. Xianting Li focuses mostly in the field of Absorption heat pump, narrowing it down to topics relating to Waste heat recovery unit and, in certain cases, Free cooling, Renewable energy and Waste management. His Air source heat pumps research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Energy consumption, Coefficient of performance and Boiler.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Airflow, Ventilation, Heat pump, Nuclear engineering and Automotive engineering. His study in Airflow is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Inlet, Thermal and Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics. He combines subjects such as Heat transfer coefficient, Heat transfer, Convection and Degree with his study of Thermal.
His research integrates issues of Energy consumption, Work, Evaporator and Solar energy in his study of Heat pump. His Energy consumption research includes themes of Thermosiphon and Thermal energy. The concepts of his Automotive engineering study are interwoven with issues in AIRFLOW PATTERNS and Solar gain.
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Comparison of indoor aerosol particle concentration and deposition in different ventilated rooms by numerical method
Bin Zhao;Ying Zhang;Xianting Li;Xudong Yang;Xudong Yang.
Building and Environment (2004)
Performance representation of variable-speed compressor for inverter air conditioners based on experimental data
Shuangquan Shao;Wenxing Shi;Xianting Li;Huajun Chen.
International Journal of Refrigeration-revue Internationale Du Froid (2004)
Absorption heating technologies: A review and perspective
Wei Wu;Baolong Wang;Wenxing Shi;Xianting Li.
Applied Energy (2014)
A simplified system for indoor airflow simulation
Bin Zhao;Xianting Li;Qisen Yan.
Building and Environment (2003)
Numerical study of the transport of droplets or particles generated by respiratory system indoors
Bin Zhao;Zhao Zhang;Xianting Li.
Building and Environment (2005)
A general geometrical model of scroll compressors based on discretional initial angles of involute
Baolong Wang;Xianting Li;Wenxing Shi.
International Journal of Refrigeration-revue Internationale Du Froid (2005)
An overview of ammonia-based absorption chillers and heat pumps
Wei Wu;Baolong Wang;Wenxing Shi;Xianting Li.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2014)
Optimization of refrigeration system with gas-injected scroll compressor
Baolong Wang;Wenxing Shi;Linjun Han;Xianting Li.
International Journal of Refrigeration-revue Internationale Du Froid (2009)
A potential solution for thermal imbalance of ground source heat pump systems in cold regions: Ground source absorption heat pump
Wei Wu;Baolong Wang;Tian You;Wenxing Shi.
Renewable Energy (2013)
An overview of the problems and solutions of soil thermal imbalance of ground-coupled heat pumps in cold regions
Tian You;Wei Wu;Wenxing Shi;Baolong Wang.
Applied Energy (2016)
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