Dr Liinwei Wang PhD
Dr Linwei Wang is a postdoctoral Research Associate in the Centre of Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology. Before joining Loughborough, she was a Lecturer at University of Glasgow (Fixed-term replacement academic). She carried out her PhD research at the School of Engineering of the University of Glasgow from October 2014 to September 2018, which focused on the dynamics and thermodynamics of coal and biomass combustion. She was awarded the MSc and BEng degree from Wuhan University, China in 2013 and 2011, respectively.
In Loughborough, she works on the project “LoT-NET” (Low Temperature Heat Recovery and Distribution Network Technologies).
- Overseas Conference Grant 2019, Institution of Mechanical Engineers
- The Great Britain-China Educational Trust Chinese Student Award 2017, Great Britain China Center, UK
Dr Wang's research interests are:
- Thermal energy storage, Energy systems modelling,
- Thermodynamics and Transport Phenomena, Heterogeneous and Homogeneous combustion
- Numerical simulations of reactive multiphase flows, Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Experimental physical chemistry, Experimental porous fuel combustion
- B. Dehghan B*, L. Wang, M. Motta, N. Karimi. “Performance assessment of ground source heat pump system integrated with waste heat utilization”, Applied Thermal Engineering, (Accepted).
- L. Wang, N. Karimi*, T. Sutardi, M.C. Paul. “Numerical modelling about combustion characteristics and pollutant emissions from a single biomass particle in oxy-fuel combustion”, Energy & Fuels. 2019, 33(2), 1556-1569.
- L. Wang, N. Karimi*, T. Sutardi, M.C. Paul. “Numerical modelling of unsteady entropy generation in oxy-combustion of single coal particles with varying flow velocities and oxygen concentrations”, Applied Thermal Engineering. 2018, 144(5): 147-164.
- T. Sutardi, L. Wang, M.C. Paul*, N. Karimi. “Numerical Simulation Approaches for Modelling a Single Coal Particle Combustion and Gasification”, Engineering Letters. 2018, 26(2): 257-266.
- L. Wang, N. Karimi*, M.C. Paul. “Gas-phase transport and entropy generation during transient combustion of single biomass particle in varying oxygen and nitrogen atmospheres”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2018, 43(17): 8506-8523.
- L. Govone, M. Torabi, L. Wang, N. Karimi*. “Effects of nanofluid and radiative heat transfer on the double diffusive forced convection in microreactors”, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. doi:10.1007/s10973-018-7027-z.
- L. Yu*, L. W. Wang, P. Li. “Study on prediction models of biomass ash softening temperature based on ash composition”. Journal of the Energy Institute. 2014, 87, 215-219.
- L. Yu*, L. Wang, P. Li. “Study on empirical formula prediction of biomass ash melting point”. Journal of Combustion Science and Technology. 2013, 19(5), 407-412.
- Z. Huang, L. Wang, K. Liu, X. Hu*. “Water Collection by condensation on surfaces with wettability gradients”. Journal of Engineering Thermophysics, 2011, 32(11), 1937-1940.
- L. Wang, A.N. Izaharuddin, N. Karimi, M.C. Paul*. “Enhanced syngas production from CO2 gasification of biomass”. 11th International Conference on Applied Energy, Aug 12-15, Vasteras, Sweden, 2019.
- L. Wang*, N. Karimi, M.C. Paul. “Numerical study of single coal particle combustion in O2/N2 and O2/CO2 atmospheres”. 12th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Costa del Sol, Spain, 2016.
- L. Wang*, N. Karimi, M.C. Paul. “NO Emission from a single coal particle combustion in O2/N2 and O2/CO2 atmospheres”. 5th UK-Japan Engineering Education League Workshop, Glasgow, UK, 2017. (Poster Presentation)
- L. Wang*, N. Karimi, M.C. Paul. “Numerical modelling of single coal particle combustion in different gas atmospheres”. 29th Scottish Fluid Mechanics Meeting, Edinburgh, UK, 2016. (Poster Presentation)
- L. Wang*, N. Karimi, M.C. Paul. “Numerical simulation of coal combustion using Euler-Lagrange Model”. IOP Combustion Physics Group One-day meeting on Current Research in Combustion, Loughborough, UK, 2015. (Poster Presentation)
- Z. Huang, L. Wang, K. Liu, X. Hu*. “Water Collection by condensation on surfaces with wettability gradients”. Chinese Engineering Thermophysics Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Xi’an, China, 2010.