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姓 名 丁玉龙* 性 别
出生年月 1962年8月 籍贯 江苏海安县
民 族 汉族 政治面貌
最后学历 博士研究生毕业 最后学位 工学博士
技术职称 教授 导师类别 博士生导师
导师类型 外聘 兼职导师
行政职务 Email y.ding@bham.ac.uk
工作单位 School of Chemical Engineering & Birmingham Centre of Energy Storage University of Birmingham 邮政编码
通讯地址 校内联系人:谈玲华 13814028850;tanlh@njust.edu.cn
单位电话 +44 (0)121 414 5279
个人主页 https://baike.baidu.com/item/丁玉龙/13347262?fr=aladdin
指导学科
学科专业(主) 081704|应用化学 招生类别 博士 所在学院 化学与化工学院
研究方向
 
 
 
(1)储能过程中多相流动与传热,先进能源转化过程,纳微颗粒悬
(2)中高温储能材料,智能自适应材料,纳微结构功能材料合成与应用
(3)先进工业余热回收系统
 
 
 
工作经历

1988年于北京科技大学任教,先后任助教、讲师和副教授

1997-2001年作为博士后研究员任职于英国伦敦帝国理工大学和英国伯明翰大学

2001年获英国利兹大学终身教职,先后任讲师、高级讲师和教授,并担任利兹大学校务委员、利兹大学颗粒科学与技术研究所所长/化学工程系主任

2009年入选第二批国家“千人计划”,与中国科学院过程工程研究所合作建立储能研究团队,

2012年7月成立英国利兹大学-中科院过程所联合储能中心。

2012年5月任千人计划南京化学化工研究院副院长、千人计划南京化学化工研究院有限公司高级研究员

2013年作为首任Chamberlain讲习教授加入英国伯明翰大学。

2014年起任英国皇家工程院-Highview讲习教授,并任伯明翰大学储能研究中心主任。

2014年8月英国高视公司及皇家工程院任命丁玉龙教授为首席教授。

教育经历

1985年本科毕业于北京科技大学热能工程系

1988年在北京科技大学获硕士学位

1994年11月在英国CVCP海外奖学金的资助下赴英国伯明翰大学攻读博士并于1997年获工学博士学位

 

获奖、荣誉称号

Top 1% highly cited researchers in engineering (2002-2012), Thomson Reuters, 2014.

Cryogenic Energy Storage Research Chair Award, Royal Academy of Engineering, UK, 2014

Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Progress Award, First Prize, Key technologies for Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage System, 2014

Nanqiang Lectureship Award, Energy Storage and Process Intensification, Xiamen University, Xiamen, China, 2012

Energy & Environment Award, ‘The Engineer’ magazine, Liquid Air Energy Storage, 2011

Technology and Innovation Grand Prix Award, ‘The Engineer’ magazine, Liquid Air Energy Storage, 2011

1000-Talent Expert, Chinese Government, Thermal Energy Storage, 2009

Functional Materials Scientist Award, International Conference on Advances in Functional Materials, Nanofluids, 2009

K C Wong Visiting Fellowship Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2007

ORS Award, UK Higher Education Funding Agent, 1994 – 1997

Transport Phenomena Teaching Innovation, First Prize, Ministry of Metallurgical Industry of China, 1993

Transport Phenomena Teaching Innovation, First Prize, Beijing Municipal City, China, 1994

Postgraduate study scholarships and Prizes, University of Science & Technology Beijing, 1985 - 1988

Undergraduate study scholarships and Prizes, University of Science & Technology Beijing, 1981 – 1985

社会、学会及学术兼职

现任英国皇家化学会会士

英国工程与物理科学基金评委及专家组成员

英国化学工程师学会期刊评奖专家委员

中国颗粒学会理事

英国化学工程师学会颗粒技术委员会委员

英国皇家化学会颗粒测量学技术委员会委员

担任过壳牌石油公司(Shell)、美国NetScientific集团、英国葛兰素(GlaxoSmithKline)及宝洁(P&G)和鞍钢集团等公司的技术顾问

担任美国Petroleum Research Funds 基金、意大利 Fondazione Cariverona 基金、捷克国家科学基金、新加坡国家科学基金等多个国际研究基金的评审人。

担任包括英国利兹大学、中科院工程热物理研究所、哈尔滨工大、华东理工大学、东南大学和南京理工大学等大学的客座教授

科研项目

UK Department of Business, Industry and Skills (BIS): £60,000,000, Energy Research Accelerator (ERA, Phase I), Co-I, March 2016 – March 2018. 

CRRC (Qingdao Sifang), £470,000 (RMB 4.7 Millions), A novel air conditioning system for next generation rail carriages, PI, Oct 2015 – July 2017.

China State Grid - Smart Grid Research Institute Europe: £300,000 (RMB 3 Millions), High temperature heat storage materials and heat exchange devices, PI, Dec 2015 – Nov 2018.

EPSRC (EP/N021746/1): £931,604, Study of Novel Biofuels from Biomass - Methyl-Furans (MF), Co-I, Feb 2016 – Jan 2019.

EPSRC (EP/N021142/1): £609,488, Adsorption Cooling-energy Conversion with Encapsulated Sorbents (ACCESS), Co-I, March 2016 – Feb 2019.

EPSRC (EP/N001745/1): £1,136,810, Consortium for Modelling and Analysis of Decentralised Energy Storage (C-MADEnS), Co-I, October 2015 – September 2018.

EPSRC (EP/N000714/1): £934,275, Cryogenic-temperature Cold Storage using Micro-encapsulated Phase Change Materials in Slurries, Co-I, October 2015 – September 2019.

China State Grid - Smart Grid Research Institute Europe: £430,000 (RMB 4.3 Millions), Key technologies for thermal energy storage for renewables, PI, January 2015 – October 2016.

EPSRC and P&G: £99,500, Dissolution of structured particles, Industrial Case Award, PI, October 2014 – March 2018.

Air Products: £67,000, Flow and heat transfer under supercritical conditions, PI, April 2015- March 2017.

EPSRC (EP/L019469/1): £3,906,423 (~£300k for Birmingham + ~25% unallocated funds of £1M), SuperGen Energy Storage Hub (led by Oxford University in collaboration with Imperial College, Cambridge, Warwick, Birmingham, Southampton and Bath Universities), Co-I, July 2014 – June 2019.

British Council: £31,680, Collaboration with India - Nanostructured materials for solar thermal applications with distributed systems, PI, May 2014 – April 2016.

Royal Academy of Engineering: £249,045, RAEng-Highview Chair Award, PI, April 2014 – March 2019.

Highview Power Storage: £315,000, RAEng-Highview Chair Award, PI, April 2014 – March 2019.

EPSRC (EP/L014211/1): £984,845, Next Generation Grid Scale Thermal Energy Storage Technologies (NexGen-TEST), PI, May 2014 – April 2017.

EPSRC (EP/L017725/1), Industrial partners and University of Birmingham: £12,300,000 (£5,914,440 from EPSRC, £5,000,000 from industry, and the balance from the University), Capital grant under the UK eight great technologies scheme, Birmingham Centre of Cryogenic Energy Storage, December 2013 – December 2023.

EPSRC (EP/J021199/1): £14,283,000 (£1062k for Birmingham on Thermal energy storage), Energy Storage for a Low Carbon Grid (led by Imperial College in collaboration with Cambridge, Oxford, St Andrews, Birmingham, Newcastle, UCL, Sheffield and Cardiff),  October 2013 – 2015.

EPSRC (EP/K002252/1): £5,590,000 (£303.6k for Birmingham plus flexible funds of £1.4m to be allocated), Energy Storage for Low Carbon Grids (led by Imperial College in collaboration with Oxford, Cambridge, UCL, Leeds/Birmingham, St Andrews, Sheffield and Cardiff), Birmingham PI, October 2012 – September 2017.

Funding for Joint University of Leeds - Institute of Process Engineering of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Joint Institute - Chinese side): > RMB 35 Millions (about £3.5 Millions), Energy storage materials and processes (various sources including Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ministry of Science & Technology of China, State Key Laboratory of Multiphase Complex Systems, China National Science Foundation and industrial companies), March 2010 – March 2014.

BaoSteel: £95,000, Oxy-coal pre-combustion for a COREX process, PI, April 2012 – September 2013.

Abengoa Solar NT: EURO 300,000, Nanofluids for solar thermal power generation applications, PI, January 2012 – December 2014.

The British Council: £17,300, UK-Turkish Collaboration on nano heat transfer fluids, PI, March 2012 – September 2013.

EU: EURO 330,000, QNano - A Pan-European Infrastructure for Quality in Nanomaterials Safety Testing, Co-I, February 2011– January 2015.

EU: EURO 400,000, MARINA, Co-I, April 2012 – March 2017.

EPSRC: £50,000, Nano solar fluids – formulation, characterisation and applications (Early Career Fellowship Scheme for Dr Sanjeeva Witharana), PI, April 2011 – May 2012.

EPSRC: £40,000, Structured particles (Knowledge Transfer Secondment Grant for Dan Xu),  PI, October 2010 – September 2011.

EPSRC: £40k,000 Nano and micro particulates into formulated products (Knowledge Transfer Secondment Grant for Chris Hodges), PI, January 2012 – August 2012.

EPSRC: £25,000, Solar nanofluids formulation (Internship Grant for Jack Ottaway), PI, January 2012 – July 2012.

Abengoa Solar NT: £22,000, Characterisation of Therminol VP1 at elevated temperatures and pressures, PI, August 2011 – January 2012.

Procter & Gamble: £36,000, Structured particles – modelling and experimental validation, PI, October 2010 – September 2013.

Abengoa Solar NT: EURO 62,000, Characterisation of molten salts, PI, January 2012 – December 2013.

EPSRC: £657,000, The Solar soldier, a consortium led by Strathclyde University in collaboration with Leeds, Loughborough and Brunel), PI, October 2009 – September 2011.  

EPSRC (EP/F060955/1): £344,700, BMT-CES - Biofuel Micro-Trigeneration with Cryogenic Energy Storage (part of a £1.2M consortium with Newcastle and Ulster Universities), PI, December 2008 – April 2012.

EPSRC (EP/F023014/1): £314.600, Understanding and controlling of nanofluids for responsive reacting systems (part of a £1.1M consortium with Glasgow and Bath Universities), PI, July 2008 –June 2011.

The British Council: £19.500 Relationship between dynamic thermal conductivity and rheological behaviour of Nanofluids (a collaborative grant with Korea University), PI, 1 May 2008 – 31 April 2010.

EPSRC (EP/F027389/1): £270,000, Converting glycerol to hydrogen using sorption enhanced reaction processes, Co-I, October 2007-April 2009.

EPSRC (EP/F000464/1): £620,000, Nanofluids structuring in confined geometries, PI, October 2007-September 2010.

EPSRC (EP/F016727/1‎): £88,000, Adaptive process for natural feedstock, PI, October 2007-September 2009.

EPSRC/Highview Enterprises Ltd: £90,000, Dorothy Hodgkin PhD Award (for Yongliang Li), PI, December 2007 – June 2011.

Highview Enterprises Ltd: £240,000, Cryogenic based energy storage system, PI, January 2007 – December 2009.

EPSRC (EP/E065163/1): 1st UK-China Particle Technology Forum: £8,300, PI, April-October 2007.

Procter & Gamble: £20,000, New nanofluids formulations, PI, November 2006 –October 2008.

Procter & Gamble: £85,000, Wetting and spreading of nanofluids, PI, August 2006- July 2007.

Dispersia Ltd:  £22,700, Nanofluids – formulation and measurements, PI, March 2007 –December 2007.

EPSRC (EP/E000665/1): £60,000, A fully scalable interfacial reactor for nanoparticle production, PI, January 2007 - December 2008.

Procter & Gamble: £50,000, Characterisation of surfactant vesicles, PI, March 2006 – December 2006.

Highview Enterprises Ltd: £110,000 Flow and phase change behaviour of cryogenic liquids, PI, January 2006 – December 2006.

AstraZeneca and EPSRC DTA: £100,000, The fundamentals of pharmaceutical particle aggregation in wet granulation, PI, February 2006 – January 2009.

Particles R&D Ltd: £70,500, Flow and mixing of nanofluids under cryogenic conditions, PI, May 2005 – May 2006.

Proctor & Gamble: £33,300, Production of concentrated and organic based nanofluids, PI, June 2005 – May 2006.

EPSRC (EP/D000645/1): £63,000, Molecular Metal Oxides for Process Intensification, PI, July 2005 – June 2007.

Bioscience Yorkshire Enterprise Fellowship (BYEF): £13,300, Evaluation of biomass based hydrogen production and enzyme processing (fellowship for Chi Kwan), PI, October 2005-June 2006.

Particles R&D Ltd: £24,300, Nano and submicron particle classification and characterisation, January 2005 – January 2006.

Procter & Gamble: £73,400, Nanofluids for wetting and spreading applications, PI, October 2004 – January 2006.

Procter & Gamble & EPSRC DTA: £60,000, The flow behaviour of nanofluids in confined regions, PI, October 2004 – September 2007.

Procter & Gamble & Leeds Nanomanufacturing Institute: £71,250, Smart nano-composites for antimicrobial applications, PI, October 2004 – September 2007.

International Fine Particle Research Institute (IPFRI): USD $216,000, Milling of organic solids, PI, September 2004- September 2010.

Procter & Gamble: £62,800, Nanoparticle engineering of micro-suspensions, PI, October 2003 – November 2007.

EPSRC (GR/S24985/01): £144,000, Low temperature hydrogen production, PI, July 2003 – June 2006.

Procter & Gamble and Syngenta: £25,900, Fundamental studies of emulsification / crystallisation process for nanoparticle production, PI, July 2004 – June 2007.

Procter & Gamble: £11,000, Feasibility study of nanofluids, PI, March 2004 – June 2005.

Procter & Gamble: £7,500, Modelling of atomisation in spraying tower and granular flow,  PI, November 2004-October 2005.

EPSRC (GR/R90031/01): £64,700, Flow of a gas-solid two phase mixture through a packed structure, PI, March 2002 - October 2004.

Yorkshire Forward/Nanofactory: £530,000 Nanotechnology equipment funding, Co-I, January - May 2005

Shell Global Solutions: £58,600, Nanofluids for enhanced heat transfer, Co-I, August 2003 – February 2005

EPSRC/DTI: £200,000, ACORN Nanoparticles for the future: Production of nano-assemblies, Co-I, June 2002 - September 2005

EPSRC / P&G / Ffizer / Borax / Hosokawa Micron: £456,000 with £345,000 from EPSRC and the rest from industrial partners, Effect of the scale of high shear mixer granulator on the structure of granules, Co-I, September 2003 - August 2006

Merck Sharpe & Dohme: £195,400, Tribocharging of pharmaceutical powders, Co-I, December 2002 – May 2006

EPSRC (GR/S26576/01): £60,000, YAN-CE (network funding), Co-I, April 2003 – July 2006

BNFL: £201,870, Establishment of relationships between properties and behaviour of single particles and those of the bulk, Co-I, September 2002 - December 2004

Pfizer: £212,000, Milling of pharmaceutical powders, Co-I, September 2001 – March 2004

BNFL: £3,000, Development of cohesivimeter for characterisation of cohesive powders, PI,  January 2002 - January 2003

BNFL: £3,500, Non-invasive temperature measurement of particulate systems, PI, January 2002 - January 2002

RAEng: £900, Travel grant, PI, 2002

SRIF2, £100,000, Nanofluids production unit, PI, 2004

SRIF2, £200,000, Supercritical water system, Co-I, 2004

SRIF1, £100,000, Supercritical CO2 particle formation facility, Co-I, 2003

 

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近五年年发表论文

 

 

 

[1]Helena Navaro et al. (2016) Thermal conductivity enhancement of Recycled High Density Polyethylene composite as a storage media for Latent Heat Thermal Energy Storage,  Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 152:103-110.

[2]Y.P. Du and Y.L. Ding (2016) The value of thermal radiation in assessing the charge/ discharge rate of high-grade thermal energy storage using encapsulated phase change materials (PCM), International Journal of Energy Research, 40(9):1235-1244.

[3]Y.P. Du and Y.L. Ding (2016) Feasibility of small-scale cold energy storage (CES) through carbon dioxide based Rankine cycle, Journal of Energy Storage, 6:40-49.

[4]P.L. Wang, H. Yao, Z. Lan, Z. Peng, Y. Huang and Y.L. Ding (2016) Numerical investigation of PCM melting process in a sleeve tube with internal fins, Energy Conversion and Management, 2016, in press (doi: 10.1016/j.enconman.2015.12.042).

[5]E. Barbour, D. Mignard, Y.L. Ding and Y. Li (2015) Adiabatic compressed air energy storage with packed bed thermal energy storage, Applied Energy, 155, 804-815.

[6]M. Lasfargues, G. Qiao, H. Cao, Y.L. Ding (2015) The effect of nanoparticle addition on the specific heat capacity of Impure binary nitrate salt mixtures, Nanomaterials, 5, 1136-1146.

[7]C. Li, Z. Ge, Y. Jin, Y.L. Li and Y.L. Ding (2015) Heat transfer behaviour of thermal energy storage components using composite phase change materials, Energy Storage Science & Technology, 16, 169-175.

[8]Q. Wan, Y. Jin, P. Sun, Y. Ding (2015) Tribological behaviour of a lubricant oil containing boron nitride nanoparticles, Procedia Engineering, 102, 1038-1045

[9]Y. Jin, Q. Wan and Y.L. Ding (2015) PCMs heat transfer performance enhancement with expanded graphite and its thermal stability, Procedia Engineering, 102, 1877-1884.

[10]G. Han, P.L. Wang, Y. Jin, Y. Huang, H.S. Ding and Y.L. Ding (2015) Energy Storage Science & Technology, 16, 183-188.

[11]Y. Jiang, A.J. O’Neill, Y.L. Ding (2015) Zinc oxide nanoparticle-coated films: fabrication, characterization, and antibacterial properties, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 17, 1-9.

[12]L.G. Tong, A.J. Zhang, Y.L. Li, L. Yao, L. Wang, H.Z. Li, L.B. Li, and Y.L. Ding (2015) Exergy and energy analysis of a load regulation method of CVO of air separation unit, Applied Thermal Engineering, 80. 413-423.

[13]P.L. Wang, X. Wang, Y. Huang, C. Li, Z.J. Peng and Y.L Ding (2015) Thermal energy charging behaviour of a heat exchange device with a zigzag plate configuration containing multi-phase-change-materials (m-PCMs), Applied Energy, 142, 328-336.

[14]G.H. Leng, Z.P. Lan, Z.W. Ge, Y. Qin, Z. Jiang, F. Ye and Y.L. Ding (2015) Progress in Thermal Energy Storage Research, Energy Storage Science & Technology, 4, 119-130.

[15]M. Lasfargues, H. Cao, Q. Geng and Y.L Ding (2015) Rheological analysis of binary eutectic mixture of sodium and potassium nitrate and the effect of low concentration CuO napanoparticle addition to its viscosity, Materials, 8, 5194-5204

[16]Y. Qin, G.H. Leng, X. Yu, H. Cao, G. Qiao, Y. Dai, Y.L. Zhang, Y.L. Ding (2015) Sodium sulfate–diatomite composite materials for high temperature thermal energy storage, Powder Technology, 282, 37–42.

[17]P.C. Sun, Y. Huang, R.T. Zheng, G.A. Cheng, Q.M. Wan and Y.L. Ding (2015) Magnetic graphite suspensions with reversible thermal conductivity, Materials Letters, 149, 92–94.

[18]Aqueous Al2O3 nanofluids: the important factors impacting convective heat transferJ.G. Cao, Y.L. Ding and C.Y. Ma (2014) Aqueous Al2O3 nanofluids: the important factors impacting convective heat transfer, Heat and Mass Transfer, 50, 1639-1648.

[19] Z.W. Ge, F. Ye and Y.L. Ding (2014) Composite materials for thermal energy storage: enhancing performance through microstructures, ChemSusChem, 7, 1318-1325.

[20]N.J. Watson, M.J.W. Povey, G.K. Reynolds, B.H. Xu and Y.L. Ding (2014) Acoustic emission monitoring from a lab scale high shear granulator—A novel approach, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 465, 262–274.

[21]C.P. Liu, C. Li, Y.L. Li, Y.L. Ding and L. Wang (2014) Review of heat transfer enhancement in gas-solid flow, Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering, In Press.

[22]X.G. Zheng and Y.L. Ding (2014) Recent progress in the adsorption heat pump technology, Energy Storage Science & Technology, 13, 495-508.

[23]Q.M. Wan, Y. Jin, P. Sun and Y.L. Ding (2014) Rheological and tribological behaviour of lubricating oils containing platelet MoS? nanoparticles, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 16: 2386.

[24]Z.W. Ge, Y.L. Li, D.C. Li, Z. Sun, Y Jin, C.P. Liu, G.H. Leng, Y.L. Ding (2014) Thermal energy storage: challenges and the role of particle technology, Particuology, In Press.

[25]Y.L. Li, H. Cao, S.H. Wang, Y. Jin, D. Li, X. Wang and Y.L. Ding (2014) Load shifting of nuclear power plants using cryogenic energy storage technology, Applied Energy, 113, 1710-1716.

[26]S. Omran, P. Heggs, Y.L. Ding (2014) The influence of moisture content on the evaluation of latent heat of molten salts used for thermal energy storage applications, Energy Procedia, 46, 317-323.

[27]P.X. Song and Y.L. Ding (2014) A review on theory and application of chemical heat pumps in thermal energy storage, Energy Storage Science & Technology, 11, 227-235.

[28]Y.L. Li, S. Witharana, M. Lasfargues, H. Cao, Y. Huang, Y.L. Ding (2014) Wide spectrum solar energy harvesting through an integrated photovoltaic and thermoelectric system, Particuology, 15, 39-44.

[29]Y Qin, X Yu, GH Leng, L Zhang, YL Ding (2014) Effect of diatomite content on diatomite matrix based composite phase change thermal storage material, Materials Research Innovations 18, 453-456.

[30]C. Liu, Z. Sun, G. Lu, X. Song, Y.L. Ding, J.G. Yu (2014) Scale-up design of a 300 kA magnesium electrolysis cell based on thermo‐electric mathematical models, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 92, 1197-1206.

[31]G. Leng, Y. Qin, F. Ye, X. Yu and Y.L. Ding (2013) Recent progress in diatomite based composite phase change materials for thermal energy storage, Energy Storage Science & Technology, (03), 199-207.

[32]C. Qi, Y. He, Y. Hu, B. Jiang, T. Luan, Y. Ding (2013) Experimental Study on Boiling Heat Transfer of α-Al­2O3-Water Nanofluid, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters, 5(8), 895-901. 

[33]X. Chen, J. Liu, H. Wang, Y. Ding, Y. Sun and H. Yan (2013) One-step approach to novel Bi4V2O11 hierarchical hollow microspheres with high visible-light-driven photocatalytic activities, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 1, 877–883.

[34]Y. Li, Y. Jin, Y. Huang, F. Ye and Y.L. Ding (2013) Effective heat transfer factor and its application in optimal design of thermal energy storage systems (III), Energy Storage Science & Technology, (03), 272-275.

[35]I.A. Wilson, A.J.R. Rennie, Y.L. Ding, P.C. Eames, P.J. Hall, N.J. Kelly (2013) Historical daily gas and electrical energy flows through Great Britain's transmission networks and the decarbonisation of domestic heat, Energy Policy, 61, 301-305

[36]Z. Ge, F. Ye, H. Cao, G. Leng, Y. Qin and Y.L. Ding (2013) Carbonate salts based composite materials for medium and high temperature thermal energy storage, Particuology, In Press.

[37]C. Wang, J Yang and Y. L. Ding (2013) Phase transfer based synthesis and thermophysical properties of Au/Therminol VP-1 nanofluids, Progress in Natural Science: Materials International, 23, 338–342.

[38]P. Song, Y.L. Ding and D Wen (2013) A reactive molecular dynamic simulation of oxidation of a silicon nanocluster, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 15, 1-11.

[39]H Liu, W Hu, F Ye, Y Ding, J Yang (2013) Growth mechanism of Ag2S nanocrystals in a nonpolar organic solvent, RSC Advances 3 (2), 616-622.

[40]C. Li, Z. Sun and Y.L. Ding (2013) A numerical investigation into the charge behavior of a spherical phase change material particle for high temperature thermal energy storage in packed beds, Energy Storage Science & Technology, (05), 58-63.

[41]S. Witharana, I. Palabiyik, Z. Musina and Y. Ding (2013) Stability of glycol nanofluids–The theory and experiment, Powder Technology, 239, 72-77.

[42]L. Zhang, Y Li, X Liu, L. Zhao, Y.L. Ding, M. Povey and D.Q. Cang (2013) The properties of ZnO nanofluids and the role of H2O2 in the disinfection activity against Escherichia coli, Water Research, 47(12), 4013-21

[43]Y. Li, Y. Jin, Y. Huang, F. Ye, X. Wang, D. Li, C. Wang and Y.L. Ding (2013) Principles and new developments of thermal energy storage technology (I), Energy Storage Science & Technology, 2, 69-72.

[44]Q. Wan, Y. Jin and Y.L. Ding (2013) Tribological Characteristics and Heat Transfer Behavior of Nano-MoS2 Based Lubricating Oil, Lubrication Engineering, 38, 17–21.

[45] Y. Li, Y. Jin, Y. Huang, F. Ye, X. Wang, D. Li, C. Wang and Y.L. Ding (2013) Potential applications of thermal energy storage in electric power generation sector (II), 2, 165-171.

[46]H. Liu, Y. Wang, X. Gou, T. Qi, J. Yang and Y. Ding (2012) Three-dimensional graphene/polyaniline composite material for high-performance supercapacitor applications, Materials Science and Engineering B, 178, 293-298.

[47]P.L. Wang, Z. Peng, S. Wang, X. Wang and Y.L. Ding (2012) Numerical simulation of heat transfer behavior of a twisted pipe containing a phase change materials, Energy Storage Science & Technology, (02), 116-122.

[48]S. Witharana, B. Phillips, S. Strobel, H. D. Kim, J.-B. Chang, J. Buongiorno, K. K. Berggren, L. Chen and Y.L. Ding (2012) Bubble Nucleation on Nano- to Micro-size Cavities and Posts: An Experimental Validation of Classical Theory, Journal of Applied Physics, 112, 064904.

[49]P.X. Song, D.S. Wen and Y.L. Ding (2012) Nano-fuels: a new energy storage carrier, Energy Storage Science & Technology, 1, 41-49.

[50]W.W. Hu, H. Liu, F. Ye, Y.L. Ding and J. Yang (2012) A facile solution route for the synthesis of PbSe-Au nanocomposites with different morphologies, CrystEngComm, 14, 7049-7054.

[51]Z. Ge, F. Ye, M. Lasfargues, J. Yang and Y. Ding (2012) Recent progress and perspective of medium and high temperature thermal energy storage materials, Energy Storage Science & Technology, 2, 89-102.

[52]F.Y. Zhao, E Rank, D Liu, H.Q. Wang and Y.L. Ding (2012) Dual steady transports of heat and moisture in a vent enclosure with all round states of ambient air, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 55, 6979–6993.

[53]S. Witharana, C. Hodges, D. Xu, X. Lai and Y.L. Ding (2012) Aggregation and settling in aqueous polydisperse alumina nanoparticle suspensions, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 14, 851 – 862.

[54]B. Ma, J. Li, Z. Peng and Y. Ding (2012) Paraffin based composite phase change materials for thermal energy storage: thermal conductivity enhancement, Energy Storage Science & Technology, 2, 131-138.

[55]Feng Ye, W. Hu, T. Zhang, J. Yang and Y.L. Ding (2012) Enhanced electrocatalytic activity of Pt-nanostructures prepared by electrodeposition using poly (vinyl pyrrolidone) as a shape-control agent, Electrochimica Acta, 83, 383–386.

[56]Y. Li and Y. Ding (2012) An integrated solar-cryogen hybrid power system. Renewable Energy 37 (2012) 76-81.

[57]P. Wang, Z. Peng, S. Wang, X. Wang and Y. Ding (2012) Numerical simulation of heat transfer behavior of a twisted pipe containing a phase change material, Energy Storage Science & Technology, 2, 116-122.

[58]Y. Li, X. Wang and Y. Ding (2012) A cryogen based peak-shaving technology: optimisation and techno-economic analysis, International Journal of Energy Research, in press.

[59]Y. Li and Y. Ding (2012) An optimal design methodology for large-scale gas liquefaction. Applied Energy, accepted.

[60]Y. Li, X. Wang and Y. Ding (2012) A tri-generation system design based on compressed air and thermal energy storage. Applied Energy, 99, 316-323.

[61]Y.L. Ding, J. Yun, X.H. Li, Y. Tang, Y. Jiang (2012) Evaluation of nano-packing on the shelf life of fresh-cut lotus root (NelumbonuciferaGaerth), Advances in Technology and Management, 165, 775-780.

 

出版专著和教材

[1]Y. L. Ding, Process Intensification using Particles Across Length Scales, Springer, expected October, 2016.

[2]Y.L. Ding, Handbook of Energy Storage Technologies, Editor-in-Chief, 600 pages, China Chemical Society Press, expected May 2016.

[3]S.J. Antony, W. Hoyle and Y.L. Ding, Granular Materials – Fundamentals and Applications, 371 pages, London, Royal Society of Chemistry (ISBN 0-85404-586-4), 2004.

[4]T.J. Yang, D.Q. Cang and Y.L. Ding, Oxygen Enriched BF Pulverised Coal Injection, 341 pages, Beijing, Metallurgical Industry Press (ISBN 7-5024-1769-9), 1996.

 

书的章节

[1]Y.L. Ding, Liquid air energy storage, a chapter for Storing Energy, Trevor Letcher eds, Elsevier BV, 2015.

[2]Y.L. Li, Y. Huang, J. Radcliffe and Y.L. Ding, Cryogenic Energy Storage, a chapter for Handbook of Clean Energy Systems, Wiley, 2014.

[3]Y.L. Ding, Y.L. Li and C.P. Liu, Solar electric energy storage overview, a chapter for Solar Energy Storage, Bent Sørensen eds, Elsevier BV, 2014.

[4]S. Witharana, H.S. Chen and Y.L. Ding, Nanofluids for Heat Transfer, a chapter for Handbook of Nanophysics, Klaus Sattler eds., CRC Press (ISBN-10: 1420075462, ISBN-13: 978-1420075465), 2010.

[5]M. Ghadiri, C.C. Kwan and Y.L. Ding, Analysis of Milling and the Role of Feed Properties. In: Chapter 14 of Handbook of Powder Technology, Salman A., Ghadiri M. and Hounslow M. eds., Elsevier Science B.V. (ISBN-10: 0444530800, ISBN-13: 978-0444530806), 605-634, 2007      

[6]M.J.W. Povey, T.S. Awad, R. Huo and Y.L. Ding, Crystallization in monodisperse emulsions with particles in size Range 20–200 nm, in Chapter 27 of Food Colloids, 399-411, Royal Society of Chemistry (ISBN 978-0854042715), 2007.

[7]Y.L. Ding, Transport phenomena, W. Sha, Advances in Materials Science and Engineering Research, 34-63, Beijing, Mechanical Industry Press, 2000.

[8]Y.L. Ding, S.J. Antony and J.P.K. Seville, Granular motion in the transverse plane of rotating drums, 336-354, S.J. Antony et al., Granular Materials – Fundamentals and Applications, 336-354, London, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2004.

[9]Y.L. Ding, Properties of coal for BF injection, T.J. Yang et al., Oxygen Enriched BF Pulverised Coal Injection, 20-58, Beijing, Metallurgical Industry Press, 1996.

[10]Y.L. Ding, Hydrodynamics at the exit of lances for pulverised coal injection, T.J. Yang et al., Oxygen Enriched BF Pulverised Coal Injection, 59-127, Beijing, Metallurgical Industry Press, 1996.

[11]Y.L. Ding, Gas-solid flows in pulverised coal injection units, T.J. Yang et al., Oxygen Enriched BF Pulverised Coal Injection, 128-190, Beijing, Metallurgical Industry Press, 1996.

[12]Y.L. Ding, Numerical modelling of oxygen enriched pulverised coal injection, T.J. Yang et al., Oxygen Enriched BF Pulverised Coal Injection, 238-329, Beijing, Metallurgical Industry Press, 1996.

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