Welcome to the IKCEST
The 97th Training Programme for Silk Road Engineering Science and Technology Development

Lecture

Lecturer

 

Opening Ceremony

 

1

Study on Reynolds number independence for turbulent flow in atmosphere boundary layer

陶文铨

2

Introduction to thermo-fluid dynamics of two-phase flow

Takashi Hibiki

3

Modeling of boiling flows - active nucleation site density

Takashi Hibiki

4

On Thermal Management of Batteries

Bengt Sunden

5

Thermochemical methods for the treatment of municipal sludge

徐东海

6

Recent advances in understanding of dynamics of premixed flames and DDT

Damir Valiev

7

Carbon capture and utilization – high temperature applications

Chunfei Wu

8

An introduction to transmission electron microscopy

Mark H. Rummeli

9

An introduction to transmission electron microscopy and analytics

Mark H. Rummeli

10

Physics of boiling and evaporation. Applications in modern technologies

Aleksandr N. Pavlenko

13

An introduction to IKCEST

 

 

Grad Ceremony(Online Assessment, Online Examination)

 

Course Schedule

 

Course Introduction: 

Carbon neutrality in future energy infrastructure requires the removal of carbon emission and increasing energy utilization efficiency, both of which are closely linked to thermal science and technology application in virtually all fields. From space exploration propulsion to on-road battery thermal management, from winter heating to summer cooling requirement, from carbon capture and storage to municipal sludge destruction, a variety of technologies depend on control of the energy flux, heat flow, and fluid transport to successfully meet their design objectives and attain commercial success. In this course, series of lectures are selected, covering fluid mechanics with introduction on turbulent boundary layer flow, thermo-fluid dynamics and two-phase flow, heat transfer with discussion on active nucleation boiling. In addition, the applications of thermal science are introduced, taken carbon capture utilization and battery thermal management as specific examples. Furthermore, combustion and thermo-chemistry are also included with detonation engines for propulsion and municipal sludge treatment as the representative applications. The course will also cover interdisciplinary topic such as energy material science.

 

Course Details:

 

No.

Lecture

Lecturer

1

Study on Reynolds number independence for turbulent flow in atmosphere boundary layer

Wen-Quan Tao is a Professor at Key Laboratory of Thermo-Fluids Science & Engineering of MOE, and Int. Joint Research Laboratory of Thermal Science & Engineering., Xi’an Jiaotong University, China. He was selected as the member of CAS in 2005. Presently he is the associate editor of IJHMT and Computer & Fluids. He has supervised more than 160 graduate students.

2

Introduction to thermo-fluid dynamics of two-phase flow

Dr. Takashi Hibiki, Professor Emeritus, Purdue University

3

Modeling of boiling flows - active nucleation site density

沸腾流建模-活性成核点密度

Dr. Takashi Hibiki, Professor Emeritus, Purdue University

4

On Thermal Management of Batteries

Bengt Sunden was appointed Professor of Heat Transfer at Lund University, Lund, Sweden in 1992 and served as Head of the Department of Energy Sciences, Lund University for 21 years, 1995-2016. He now serves as Professor Emeritus and Senior Professor since 2016.

5

Thermochemical methods for the treatment of municipal sludge

Dr. Donghai Xu, Professor, Xi’an Jiaotong University

6

Recent advances in understanding of dynamics of premixed flames and DDT

Dr. Damir Valiev, Associate Professor, Center for Combustion Energy, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

7

Carbon capture and utilization – high temperature applications

Dr. Chunfei Wu, Reader, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

8

An introduction to transmission electron microscopy

Prof. Dr. Mark H. Rummeli, Professor Polish Academy of Sciences

9

An introduction to transmission electron microscopy and analytics

Prof. Dr. Mark H. Rummeli, Professor Polish Academy of Sciences

 
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