Dr Fengyuan Zhang

  • 2018–2022 | PhD | The Australian National University (ANU)

  • 2015–2018 | Master of Science | Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics |

                                  Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU)

  • 2011–2015 | Bachelor of Engineering | Thermal Energy and Power Engineering |

                                  Northeastern University

ENGN4200–Individual Project 2019–2021

  • Gas hydrates

  • Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS)

  • Waste heat recovery

  • Energy system optimization 

  • Thermodynamics

  • Kinetics

  • Chemical reaction engineering

  • Advanced materials in gas separation

Book chapters

As co-author:

  1. Yu L, Zhou Y, Zhang F. New Energy Power Generation Technology. China Machine Press, 2018.09. ISBN: 978–7–111–6006–9.

  2. Wang X, Zhang F, Li L, Zhang H, Deng S. Chapter Seven - Carbon dioxide capture. In: Lipiński W, editor. Advances in Chemical Engineering: Academic Press; 2021. p. 297–348.

As participant:

  1. Yu L, Han X. Thermal Energy and Power Engineering. Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press, 2017.09. ISBN: 978–7–313–16955–6.

  2. Yu L, Zhu Y, Wu Y. Mid- and Low-Grade Waste Heat Power Generation Technology. Shanghai Jiao Tong University Press, 2015.12. ISBN: 978–7–313–14091–3.

Selected articles in refereed journals

  1. Zhang F, Wang X, Wang B, Lou X, Lipiński W. Effects of silica gel nanopores and surfactants on CO2 hydrate formation kinetics—An experimental and modeling study. Chemical Engineering Science. 2022;262:118002.

  2. Zhang F, Bhatia SK, Wang B, Chalermsinsuwand B, Wang X. Experimental and numerical study on the kinetics of CO2–N2 clathrate hydrates formation in silica gel column with dodecyl -trimethylammonium chloride for effective carbon capture. Journal of Molecular Liquids. 2022;363:119764.

  3. Zhang F, Wang X, Lou X, Lipiński W. Effects of Tween 80 on clathrate and semiclathrate CO2 hydrates formation kinetics for carbon capture from CO2-rich gas mixtures. Carbon Capture Science & Technology. 2022;4:100053.

  4. Zhang F, Wang X, Wang B, Lou X, Lipiński W. Experimental and numerical analysis of CO2 and CH4 hydrate formation kinetics in microparticles: A comparative study based on shrinking core model. Chemical Engineering Journal. 2022;446:137247.

  5. Zhang F, Wang X, Lou X, Lipiński W. The effect of sodium dodecyl sulfate and dodecyltrimethylammonium chloride on the kinetics of CO2 hydrate formation in the presence of tetra-n-butyl ammonium bromide for carbon capture applications. Energy. 2021;227:120424.

  6. Wang X, Zhang F, Lipiński W. Carbon dioxide hydrates for cold thermal energy storage: A review. Solar Energy. 2020;211:11–30.

  7. Wang X, Zhang F, Lipiński W. Research progress and challenges in hydrate-based carbon dioxide capture applications. Applied Energy. 2020;269:114928.

Selected articles in conference proceedings

  1. Zhang F, Wang X, Lipiński W. Feasibility study on hydrate-based carbon capture driven by solar thermal sorption chiller. Solar World Congress, ISES Conference Proceedings, 2021

  2. Zhang F, Wang X, Lipiński W. Solar thermal driven hydrate-based carbon capture enabled by tetra-n-butylammonium bromide and sodium dodecyl sulphate. AlChE Solar Energy Systems Conference.

  3. Wang X, Zhang F, Lipiński W. Recent Research Progress in CO2 Hydrate Based Cold Thermal Energy Storage. In SWC/SHC 2019 Conference Proceedings, ID:29522, ISES Conference Proceedings.

  4. Wang X, Dennis M, Zhang F. CO2 gas hydrate technology in cold thermal energy storage applications and its challenges. Refrigeration Conference of AIRAH, Melbourne, 2019.



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