- Name： Jiangtao Wu
- Title: Professor of Engineering Thermophysics
- Address: Xi’an Jiaotong University. No.28 Xianning West Road, Xi'an, 710049, Shaanxi, China.
- Tel.: 86-29-82666875
- Email: email@example.com
2008 Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation Award
2007 HeatCraft Young Scientist Award
2006 Outstanding Scientific and Technological Personnel of Shaanxi Association of Science and Technology
2005 Author of National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of
2005 New Century Excellent Talents in
2003 National Science and Technology Progress Award, Second Prize
My research interests focus on the thermophysical properties of fluids, biological materials, measuring techniques and standards, alternative refrigerants and fuels, modeling and optimization of energy consumption. Experimental and theoretical work is carried out with all the projects.
Current studies include:
Helmholtz energy equations of state for thermodynamical properties of fluids
Temperture distribution measurement and simulation of biological tissues under heat stimulation
Moon-based observation system of the Earth's energy balance
The details of the research:
Measurement techniques and standards of thermophysical properties: Measurement of statured vapor pressure, pvTx, VLE, density, critical parameters, thermal conductivity, viscosity, surface tension, specific heat, solubility, etc. development of advanced measurement devices, and benchmarking study.
Theory and prediction of thermophysical properties: Helmholtz energy equations of state, reference correlation of viscosity and thermal conductivity, etc.
Alternative refrigerants: development of eco-friendly refrigerants which include new energy-efficient refrigerants, functional refrigerants, lubricants, secondary refrigerants, etc.
Modeling and optimization of energy consumption: The utility of new energy and regional energy planning, solar photovoltaic power plant, skid-mounted gas liquefaction system, utilization of LNG cold energy, etc.
Thermal application in the life sciences: Research of wearable technology measurement, thermophysical properties of biological materials, viscosity of blood, moxibustion thermal stimulation, process control of protein crystallization, etc.
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