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Li Zhang, PhD Candidate

Department of Engineering Mechanics

Tsinghua University

Beijing 100084, China

E-mail: lzhang12/at/mails.tsinghua.edu.cn

 

 

Education

2012-Present      Ph.D study,       Department of Engineering Mechanics, Tsinghua University

Supervisor: Prof. Moran Wang

 

2008-2012  B.S. (with honor)      Department of Engineering Mechanics, Tsinghua University

Ø  Thesis: Modeling reactive transport of electrokinetic fluid in microchannel using lattice Boltzmann method

Supervisor: Prof. Moran Wang

 

Experiences

Visiting student, University of Texas Austin, 2015-2016

 

Research interests

l  Reactive transport phenomena in microporous media

l  Electrokinetic phenomena at micro/nano scale

l  Lattice Boltzmann method

 

Honors and awards

l  2013      Best poster award in the Annual National Conference of Engineering Thermophysics 2013 at Chongqing

l  2012      Freshman Fellowship of Ph.D Students

l  2011      National Endeavor Scholarship

l  2010      National Endeavor Scholarship

l  2009      National Endeavor Scholarship

 

Publications

In Journal

²  L. Zhang, C. McNeece, M. Hesse and M. Wang*. Reactive Transport of Proton in Electro-osmostic Displacement Flow with Concentration Difference in Microchannel. AC

²  L. Zhang, M.A. Hesse and M. Wang. Transient solute transport with sorption in Poiseuille flow. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 828: 733-752, 2017

²  L. Zhang and M. Wang*. Electro-osmosis in inhomogeneously charged microporous media by pore-scale modeling. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 486: 219-231, 2017

²  L. Zhang and M. Wang*. Effects of Dielectric Permittivity of Solid Structure on Electro-osmotic Permeability in Porous Media. J. Porous Media 18 (10): 1021-1029, 2015

²  L. Zhang, M. Wang*. Modeling of electrokinetic reactive transports using a coupled lattice Boltzmann method. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 120: 2877-2890, 2015

²  H. Tian, L. Zhang, and M. Wang*. Applicability of Donnan equilibrium theory at nanochannel-reservoir interfaces. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 452: 78-88, 2015

²  A. Alizadeh, L. Zhang, and M. Wang*. Mixing enhancement of low Reynolds electro-osmotic flows in microchannels with temperature-patterned walls. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 431: 50-63, 2014

²  L. Zhang, M. Wang*. Theoretical Analysis of Reverse Electrodialysis in Nanochannel. Journal of Engineering Thermophysics 36: 154-157, 2015 (In Chinese)

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Electromotive force from TMS model, space charge model, modified space charge model for different concentration ratios

 

In Conference

3  L. Zhang and M. Wang. Coupling of electrokinetic and reactive transports in porous media. International Heat Transfer Conference 2014. Aug. 10-15. 2014, Kyoto, Japan.

2  L. Zhang and M. Wang*. Theoretical Analysis of Reverse Electrodialysis in Nanochannel. Annual National Conference of Engineering Thermophysics, Oct. 25-28, 2013, Chongqing. (Best Poster)

1  L. Zhang and M. Wang*. Electrokinetic reactive transport in microchannel. The tenth International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science, Jul. 22-26, 2013, Oxford University of UK. (Presentation)

 

Book & Chapter

1. M. Wang* and L. Zhang. Energy Conversion and Power Generation Using Nanofluidics. Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. Ed. by Dongqing Li, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 2014.