Guozhao Ji

Dalian University of Technology China

Dr. Guozhao Ji majored in chemical engineering and received his PhD degree in 2014 at the University of Queensland, Australia; his MS and BS in mechanical engineering at Northeastern University, People’s Republic of China, in 2010 and 2008, respectively. He currently works in the School of Environmental Science and Technology at Dalian University of Technology in China as an Associate Professor. His research interests are computational fluid dynamic application in chemical engineering processes, modelling of gas transport in microporous material, gas separation by inorganic membranes, high temperature CO2 capture, solid waste gasification, and kinetic modelling of thermochemical conversions. He has authored over 50 refereed journal publications and one book chapter.

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Fluid flows are encountered in our daily life as well as in engineering industries. Identifying the temporal and spatial distribution of fluid dynamic properties is essential in analyzing the processes related to flows. These properties, such as velocity, turbulence, temperature, pressure, and concentration, play important roles in mass transfer, heat transfer, reaction rate, and force analysis. However, obtaining the analytical solution of these fluid property distributions is technically difficult or impossible. With the technique of finite difference methods or finite element methods, attaining numerical solutions from the partial differential equations of mass, momentum, and energy have become achievable. Therefore, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) has emerged and been widely applied in various fields. This book collects the recent studies that have applied the CFD technique in analyzing several representative processes covering mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, environmental engineering, and thermal engineering.

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