Enhua Wang

Enhua Wang is an associate professor of Power Machinery and Engineering at the Beijing Institute of Technology since 2016, teaching courses on internal combustion engines. He got his bachelor and master degrees at the Department of Automotive Engineering of the Tsinghua University (China) in 2000 and 2003. In 2013, he received his PhD degree from the Beijing University of Technology in the field of engine combustion, conservation, and emissions control. Then he got a postdoctoral fellowship at the State Key Laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy, Tsinghua University. In 2015, he worked the School of Engineering, Glasgow University (UK) as a research associate for one year. His research topics are organic Rankine cycle technology, simulation and control of internal combustion engine, and hybrid-electric powertrains.

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This book on organic Rankine cycle technology presents nine chapters on research activities covering the wide range of current issues on the organic Rankine cycle. The first section deals with working fluid selection and component design. The second section is related to dynamic modeling, starting from internal combustion engines to industrial power plants. The third section discusses industrial applications of waste heat recovery, including internal combustion engines, LNG, and waste water. A comprehensive analysis of the technology and application of organic Rankine cycle systems is beyond the aim of the book. However, the content of this volume can be useful for scientists and students to broaden their knowledge of technologies and applications of organic Rankine cycle systems.

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