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Books & Chapters

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Chapters

7.   M. Wang. Effective transport properties of porous media by modeling. Chapter in Handbook of Porous Media-Third Edition. Taylor & Francis Group, 2015

6.   M. Wang and S. Chen. Multiscale Simulations. Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. Ed. by Dongqing Li, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 2014

5.   M. Wang. Molecular Dynamics Simulations on Electrokinetic Nanofluidics. Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. Ed. by Dongqing Li, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 2014

4.   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

3.   M. Wang. Microscale gas flow dynamics and molecular models for gas flow and heat transfer. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics Handbook: Chemistry, Physics and Life Science Principles. Ed. by S. K. Mitra and S. Chakraborty. CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. 2011

2.   M. Wang. Analysis of Electroosmotic microfluidics using the lattice Poisson-Boltzmann method. Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. Ed. by Dongqing Li, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, pp. 985-999, 2008

1.   M. Wang and Z. Li. Micro- and nanoscale gas fluidics . Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. Ed. by Dongqing Li, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, pp.1287-1294, 2008

Special Issues

8.  Flow and Multiphysical Transport in Porous Media, Edited with J. Yao, B. Yu and K. Vafai. Special Topic and Reviews in Porous Media, 2017, 2018

7.  Multiphase flows in Porous Media, Edited with J. Liu, Y. Ju and K. Vafai. Special Topic and Reviews in Porous Media, 2016

6.  Advanced theoretical and numerical approaches and applications to enhanced gas recovery, Edited with J. Cai, B. Ghanbarian, P. Xu, and D. Elsworth. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2016

5.  Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media, Edited with K. Vafai, N. Pan and M. Quintard. Journal of Porous Media, 2015

4.  Transfers in Porous Media, Edited with K. Vafai, W. Lv and H. Daiguji. Special Topic and Reviews in Porous Media, 2015

3.  Microscale fluid mechanics and heat transfer in engineering problems, Edited with Y. Xie and G. Xie. Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, (In Chinese) 2014

2.  Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer Processes, Edited with Yu, Kunnugi, Tagawa, et al. Advances of Mechanical Engineering, 2013

1.  Micro/Nanotransport Phenomena in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, Edited with “Bud” G. P. Peterson, C. Li and G. Chen. Advances of Mechanical Engineering, 2010

Books

5.    Wang Moran. Lectures on Scientific Computation with MATLAB Publishing House of Electronics Industry, Beijing, China, 2016 (In Chinese)

4.    Wang Moran. Scientific Computation with MATLAB (Third Edition) Publishing House of Electronics Industry, Beijing, China, 2012.10 (In Chinese)

   Wang Moran. Scientific Computation with MATLAB (Second Edition) Publishing House of Electronics Industry, Beijing , China , 2003.9 (In Chinese) [cover show]

3.    Wang Moran. Simulink 4: Building Models and Dynamic Simulations. Publishing House of Electronics Industry, 2002.1 (Recommended Book by Mathwork) [cover show]

2.    Wang Moran Scientific Computation with MATLAB 6.0. Publishing House of Electronics Industry, Beijing, China, 2001.10 (In Chinese)

1.    Wang Moran. MATLAB 5.X and Scientific Computing. Tsinghua University Press, Beijing , China, (1st Ed. 2000.5; 2nd Ed. 2001.5) (In Chinese)


2018

In Journals

  Multiscale simulations of micro flows over a rough surface with polymer. (To be submitted)

.  Surface conduction at solid-liquid interfaces. (To be submitted)

172. L. Zhang, M.A. Hesse and M. Wang. Dispersion of Charged Solute in Charged Micro- and Nanochannel with Reversible Sorption. Electrophoresis

171. Y.K. Yang, R.A. Patel, S.V. Churakov*, N.I. Prasianakis, G. Kosakowski and M. Wang*. Multiscale modeling of ion diffusion in cement paste: electrical double layer effects. CCC

170. Y.K. Yang and M. Wang*. Electrodiffusion of cations in compacted clay: a pore-scale view. EST

169. A. Alizadeh, X. Jin and M. Wang*. Nonlinear Water Flow and Ion Transports in Inhomogeneously Charged Nano-porous Media with Overlapped Electric Double Layers. WRR

168. A. Alizadeh and M. Wang*. Reverse Electrodialysis through Nanochannels with Inhomogeneously Charged Surfaces and Overlapped Electric Double Layers. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 529: 214-223, 2018 image008

167. A. Alizadeh and M. Wang *. Flexibility of inactive electrokinetic layer at charged solid-liquid interface in response to bulk ion concentration JCIS Under Review

166. H. Tian, M. Wang *. Competitive effects of interfacial interactions on ion-tuned wettability by atomic simulations. Langmuir Under Revision

165. W.H. Lei, C. Xie, T.J. Wu, X.C. Wu and M. Wang*. Transport mechanism of deformable micro-gel particle through micropores with mechanical properties characterized by AFM. SR

164. J.T. Zheng, Y. Ju and M. Wang*. Pore-scale modeling of spontaneous imbibition behavior in a complex shale porous structure by pseudo-potential lattice Boltzmann method. JGR-SE

163. Z. Chen, X. Jin and M. Wang*. A new thermo-mechanical coupled DEM model with non-spherical grains for thermally induced damage of rock. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 116: 54-69, 2018 image008

162. Y. Guo, D. Jou, M. Wang*. Nonequilibrium thermodynamics of phonon hydrodynamic model for nanoscale heat transport PRB

161. X. Ran, M. Wang*. Efficiency improvement of discrete-ordinates method for interfacial phonon transport by Gauss-Legendre integral for frequency domain. JCP

160. X. Ran, M. Wang*. Thermal conductivity adjustment by varying size ratio of layers in multilayer thin film using Monte Carlo simulation. PLA

159. X. Ran, YY. Guo, Z.Y. Hu and M. Wang*. Interfacial phonon transport through Si/Ge multilayer film using Monte Carlo scheme with spectral transmissivity. Frontiers in Energy Research 6: 28, 2018 image008

  F.L. Liu, G.Z. Liu and M. Wang *. Multiscale hybrid simulation of complex fluid droplet displacement in mirco/nanochannels. Journal of Chemical Industry and Engineering(China), In Press, 2018 (In Chinese) pdf_c

In Conferences

 

2017

In Journals

158.  Z.Y. Wang, R. Fink, Y. Wang, A. Amann-Hildenbrand, B. Krooss*, M. Wang*. Gas permeability calculation of tight rocks based on laboratory measurements by considering non-ideal gas slippage and pore-elastic effects. IJMMS Under Review

157. Z.Y. Wang, M. Wang*, S. Chen. Coupling of high-Knudsen and non-ideal gas effects in microporous media. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 840: 56-73, 2018image008

156. Z. Chen, Z. Yang and M. Wang*. Hydro-mechanical coupled mechanisms of hydraulic fracture propagation in rocks with cemented natural fractures. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 163: 421-434, 2018image008

155. C.Y. Xie, W. Lei, and M. Wang *. Lattice Boltzmann model for three-phase viscoelastic fluid flow. Physical Review E 97: 023312, 2018image008

154. Y. Guo, M. Wang *. Lattice Boltzmann scheme for hydrodynamic equations of phonon transport. JCP. Under Review

153. Y. Guo, M. Wang *. Phonon hydrodynamics for nanoscale heat transport at ordinary temperature. Physical Review B 97: 035421, 2018image008

152. Y. Guo, M. Wang *. Heat transport in two-dimensional materials by directly solving phonon Boltzmann equation under Callaway’s dual relaxation model. Physical Review B 96: 134312, 2017 image008

151. X. Ran, Y. Guo, M. Wang *. Interfacial Phonon Transport with Frequency-dependent Transmissivity by Monte Carlo Simulation. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 123: 616-628, 2018image008

150. Y. Guo#, X. He#, W. Huang and M. Wang *. Effective gas diffusion coefficient of nanoporous materials. TiPM Under Revision

149. L. Zhang, C. McNeece, M. Hesse and M. Wang*. Reactive Transport of Proton in Electro-osmostic Displacement Flow with Concentration Difference in Microchannel. Analytical Chemistry. Under Revision

148. H. Tian. M. Wang *, Molecular dynamics for ion-tuned wettability in oil-brine-rock system. AIP Advances. 7: 125017, 2017image008

147. H. Tian, M. Wang *. Electrokinetic mechanisms of wettability alternation at oil-water-rock interface. Surface Science Reports 72: 369-391, 2017 (Impact Factor: 13.33 at the year) image008

146. Y.K. Yang, M. Wang *. Pore-scale study of thermal effects on ion diffusion in clay with inhomogeneous surface charge. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 514: 443-451, 2018image008

145. Y.K. Yang, M. Wang *. Upscaling method for long-term ion electrodiffusion in microporous media. Physical Review E 96: 023308, 2017image008

144. J. Zheng, Z. Chen, C.Y. Xie, Z. Wang, Z. Lei, Y. Ju and M. Wang *. Characterization of spontaneous imbibition dynamics in irregular pores by lattice Boltzmann modeling. Computers & Fluids 168: 21-31, 2018image008

143. J. Zheng, Z. Wang, W. Gong, Y. Ju and M. Wang*. Morphology effects of shale nanopores on gas permeability using lattice Boltzmann modeling. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 47: 83-90, 2017image008

142. Z. Chen and M. Wang *. Pore-scale modeling of hydro-mechanical coupling mechanics in hydro-fracturing. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 122: JB013989, 2017 image008

141.  T. Liu and M. Wang *. Critical size of REV and resolution of digital rocks for unconventional resources. Energies. 11: 1798, 2018image008

140. J. Yang, H.J. Wu*, M. Wang, Y. Liang. Prediction and optimization of radiative thermal properties of nano TiO2 assembled fibrous insulations. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 117: 729-739, 2018image008

139.  L. Zhang, M.A. Hesse and M. Wang. Transient solute transport with sorption in Poiseuille flow. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 828: 733-752, 2017image008

  M. Wang * and Z.Y. Wang. Multiscale simulation and analysis for gas flow in deep-seated micro/nanoporous media. Earth Science (in Chinese) 43(5): 1792-1816, 2018. pdf_c

In Conferences

 

2016

In Journals

138.  Y. Guo, M. Wang*. Phonon Hydrodynamics: Progress, Applications and Perspectives. Scientia Sinica Physia, Methanica & Astronomica , 47(7): 070010, 2017image008

137.  Y. Guo, Z. Y. Wang, M. Wang*. Thermodynamic extreme principles for non-equilibrium stationary state in heat conduction. Journal of Heat Transfer. 139 (7), 071303, 2017 image008

136. G. Liu, F.L. Liu, M. Li, W.F. Lv, Q. Liu and M. Wang *. Lattice Boltzmann model for upscaling in heterogeneous porous media based on Darcy’s law. Journal of Porous Media. In Press, 2018image008

135.  Z.Y. Wang, X. Jin, X. Wang, L. Sun, M. Wang *. Geometry effects on gas permeability in shale. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering  34: 948-957,  2016 image008

134.  J.T. Zheng, Y. Ju*, H.H. Liu, L. Zheng and M. Wang. Numerical prediction of the decline of shale gas production rates considering the geomechanical effects based on the Two-part Hooke's model. Fuel. 185: 362-369, 2016 image008

133. C.Y. Xie, W. Lv, and M. Wang*. Shear-thinning or Shear-thickening Fluid for Better EOR? — A Direct Pore-scale Study. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 161: 683-691, 2018image008

132.  C.Y. Xie, A.Q. Raeini, Y. Wang, M. Blunt, M. Wang*. An improved pore-network model with viscous coupling effect via direct simulation by lattice Boltzmann method. Advanced Water Resources. 100: 26-34, 2017image008

131.   A. Alizadeh and M. Wang*. A generalized local grid refinement approach for modeling of multi-physicochemical transports by lattice Boltzmann method. Under Review

130.  A. Alizadeh and M. Wang*. Manipulating electrokinetic conductance of nanofluidic channel by varying pH of solution at inlet. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. 21: 52, 2017image008

129.  A. Alizadeh and M. Wang*. Direct simulation of electroosmosis around a spherical particle with inhomogeneously acquired surface charge. Electrophoresis. 38: 580-595, 2017 image008(Cover Paper)

128.  H. Tian, W.Z. Huang, M. Li, M. Wang*. Critical size for applicability of continuum theory for liquid flow in nanochannels. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. 17(9): 6149-6158, 2017image008

127.  C.Y. Xie#, G. Liu#, M. Wang*. Evaporation Flux Distribution of Drops on a Hydrophilic or Hydrophobic Flat Surface by Molecular Simulations.  Langmuir 32, 8255-8264, 2016 image008

126.  G. Liu, J. Zhang and M. Wang*. Drop movements and replacement on surface driven by shear force via hybrid atomistic-continuum simulations. Molecular Simulation 42(10): 855-862, 2016image008

125. D. Biolè, M. Wang, V. Bertola*. Assessment of direct image processing methods to measure the apparent contact angle of liquid drops. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 76: 296-305, 2016image008

124. J. M. Yang, H. Wu*, M. Wang, S. He, and H. Huang. Prediction and optimization of radiative thermal properties of ultrafine fibrous insulations. Applied Thermal Engineering 104: 394-402, 2016image008

  X. Ran, Y. Guo, M. Wang*. Monte Carlo simulation of interfacial phonon transport. Journal of Engineering Thermophysics. (in Chinese) 38(4): 841-846, 2017pdf_c

In Conferences

 

2015

In Journals

123. Q.F. Lv, Z.Q. Chen and M. Wang*. An elastic tube model for correlation of permeability and stress with correction for the Klinkenberg effect.  Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 48: 24-35, 2017image008

122. X. He#, Y. Guo#, M. Li, N. Pan and M. Wang*. Effective gas diffusion coefficient of fibrous materials by mesoscopic modeling International Journal of Heat Mass Transfer. 107: 736-746, 2017 image008

121. Z. Wu, Y. Chen, M. Wang and A. Chung. Continuous inertial microparticle and blood cell separation in straight channels with local microstructures. Lab on a Chip 16: 532-542, 2016image008

120. Z. Chen, C.Y. Xie, Y. Chen and M. Wang*. Bonding strength effects in hydro-mechanical coupling transport in granular porous media by pore-scale modeling. Computation. 4: 15, 2016image008

119. C.Y. Xie, J. Zhang, V. B., M. Wang*. Lattice Boltzmann Modeling for Multiphase Viscoplastic Fluid Flow. Journal of Non-Newton Fluid Mechanics 234: 118-128, 2016image008

118. Y. Yang, X.T. He, M. Li and M. Wang*. Pore-scale modeling of chloride ionic diffusion in cement microstructures. Cement and Concrete Composites 85: 92-104, 2018 (IF: 4.265)image008

117. L. Zhang, M. Wang*. Electro-osmosis in inhomogeneously charged microporous media by pore-scale modeling. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 486: 219-231, 2017 image008

116. Z.Y. Wang, Y.Y. Guo, M. Wang*. Permeability of high-Kn real gas flow in shale and production prediction by pore-scale modeling. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 28: 328-337, 2016image008

115. Y. Guo, M. Wang*. Thermodynamic analysis of gas flow and heat transfer in microchannels. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 103: 773-782, 2016 image008

114. Y. Guo, M. Wang*. Lattice Boltzmann modeling of phonon transport. Journal of Computational Physics 315: 1-15, 2016 image008

113. Y. Guo, D. Jou, M. Wang* Macroscopic heat transport equations and heat waves in nonequilibrium states. Physica D 342: 24-31, 2017 image008

112. Y. Guo, D. Jou, M. Wang* Understanding of flux-limited behaviors of heat transport in nonlinear regime. Physics Letter A 380: 452–457, 2016image008

111. Y. Guo, M. Wang*. Phonon hydrodynamics and its applications in nanoscale heat transport. Physics Reports. 595: 1-44, 2015image008 (Impact Factor: 22.91 at the year)

110. J.M. Yang, H.J. Wu*, S.Q. He and M. Wang. Prediction of thermal conductivity of fiber/aerogel composites for optimal thermal insulation. Journal of Porous Media 18 (10): 971-984, 2015image008

109. V. Bertola*, M. Wang. Dynamic contact angle of dilute polymer solution drops impacting on a hydrophobic surface. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects 481: 600-608, 2015image008

  C. Xie, J. Zhang and M. Wang*. Lattice Boltzmann modeling of non-Newtonian multiphase fluid displacement. (in Chinese) Chinese Journal of Computational Physics. 33(2): 147-154, 2016 pdf_c

  H. Wu, J. Yang, M. Wang. Predicting the thermal conductivity of fiber reinforced aerogel composite materials. (in Chinese) Materials Review. 37: 150-154, 2016 pdf_c

In Conferences

 

2014

In Journals

108. C. Xie, J. Zhang, VB and M. Wang*. Droplet evaporation on a horizontal substrate under gravity field by mesoscopic modeling. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 463: 317-323, 2016image008

107. Y. Chen, Q. Kang, Q. Cai*, M. Wang*, D. Zhang. Lattice Boltzmann simulations of particle motion in binary immiscible fluids Communication in Computational Physics 17: 1037-1055, 2015image008

106. L. Zhang, M. Wang*. Modeling of electrokinetic reactive transports using a coupled lattice Boltzmann method. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 120: 2877-2890, 2015image008

105. L. Zhang and M. Wang*. Effects of Dielectric Permittivity of Solid Structure on Electro-osmotic Permeability in Porous Media. Journal of Porous Media 18 (10): 1021-1029, 2015image008

104. 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, 2015image008

103.  H. C. Yeh, M. Wang, C. C. Chang and R.-J. Yang*. Fundamentals and Modeling of Electrokinetic Transport in Nanochannels. Israel Journal of Chemistry (Invited review) 54: 1533-1555, 2014image008

102.  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, 2014image008

101. Y. Guo, M. Wang*. Thermodynamic framework for a generalized heat transport equation. Communications in Applied and Industrial Mathematics  doi: 10.1685/journal.caim.507, 2016image008

100.  Z. Xia*, Y. Shi, Y. Chen, M. Wang and S. Chen. Comparisons of Different Implementations of Turbulence Modeling in Lattice Boltzmann Method. Journal of Turbulence. 16(1): 67-80, 2015image008

  X. He, and M. Wang*. Prediction of effective gas diffusivity through microporous media. (in Chinese)  Journal of Engineering Thermophysics. 37: 150-154, 2016 pdf_c

  Y. Yang, X. He, and M. Wang*. Numerical simulation of Cl- diffusion in concrete. (in Chinese) Journal of Engineering Thermophysics 36(7):1568-1571, 2015pdf_c

In Conferences

  L. Zhang and M. Wang. Electro-osmosis in Heterogeneously Charged Porous Media, AGU Fall Meeting, Dec. 15-19, 2014, San Francisco, USA

 C. Xie, J. Zhang and M. Wang. Lattice Boltzmann modeling of non-Newtonian multiphase fluid displacement. National Conference of Reology. Dec. 17-20, Guangzhou, China

  Y. Chen, M. Wang, A. Chung, Z. Xia, S. Chen. Lattice Boltzmann simulation of particle inertial focusing in micro-channels. 67th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics. November 23-25, 2014. San Francisco, CA, USA

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

  X. Shan and M. Wang. Understanding of non-Fourier conduction based on thermon gas model. International Heat Transfer Conference 2014. Aug. 10-15. Kyoto, Japan.

  C. Xie, G. Liu, J. Zhang and M. Wang. Modeling evaporation of a small drop on a horizontal substrate. 12th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels, Aug. 3-7, 2014, Chicago, USA.

  Y. Chen and M. Wang. Lattice Boltzmann simulation of particle inertial focusing in microchannels. 12th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels, Aug. 3-7, 2014, Chicago, USA.

  M. Wang. Multiphysical Transports in Microporous Media. 12th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels, Aug. 3-7, 2014, Chicago, USA. (Invited Talk)

  X. Shan and M. Wang. Understanding of non-Fourier heat conduction in nanomaterials based on thermon gas model. The International Heat Transfer Symposium 2014, 6-9, May, Beijing, China.

2013

In Journals

99. J. Zhang*, G. Yan, M. Wang.  Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of Self-Trapping of Necklace Ring Beams in Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation Journal of Computational Physics 306: 311-319, 2016image008

98.  C. Xie, J. Wang N. Pan, D. Wang and M. Wang*. Lattice Boltzmann modeling of thermal conduction in composite materials with thermal contact resistance. Communications in Computational Physics. 17: 1037-1055, 2015image008

97.  X. Shan and M. Wang*. On mechanism of chocked gas flow in microchannels. Physics Letter A 379: 2351-2356, 2015image008

96.  S. Chen, X. He, V.B, and M. Wang*. Electroosmosis of non-Newtonian fluid in microporous media. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 436: 186-193, 2014image008

95.  Y. Chen, Q. Cai, Z. Xia, M. Wang*, S. Chen. On momentum exchange method of lattice Boltzmann simulations for particle-fluid interactions. Physical Review E. 88: 013303, 2013image008

94.  A. Alizadeh, J. Wang, S. Pooyan, S. Mirbozorgi, M. Wang*. Numerical Study of Active Control of Mixing in Electro-Osmotic Flows by Temperature Difference using Lattice Boltzmann Methods. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 407: 546-555, 2013image008

  C. Xie, M. Wang*. Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of Drop Evaporation on a Horizontal Solid Substrate. (In Chinese) Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 35(3): 247-253, 2014 pdf_c

  X. Shan and M. Wang*. Analysis of mechanism and performance of thermal rectification of trapezidal nanomaterials based on thermon gas model. (In Chinese) Journal of Engineering Thermophysics  35(7): 1401-1404, 2014 pdf_c

  L. Zhang, M. Wang*. Modified Space-Charge model for Reverse Eletrodialysis in Nanochannel. (In Chinese) Journal of Engineering Thermophysics, 36: 154-157, 2015  pdf_c

In Conferences

  C. Xie, J. Zhang, M. Wang. Mesoscopic Modeling of Gravity Effects on Drop Evaporation on a Horizontal Substrate International Thermal Engineering Conference of Tsinghua-Seoul-Kyoto Universities, 2013, Nov. 15, Beijing, China (Presentation)

  X. Shan, M. Wang. Discussion of thermal rectification effects of trapezidal nanomaterials based on thermon gas model. Annual National Conference of Engineering Thermophysics, 2013, Oct. 25, Chongqing, China (Presentation in Chinese)

 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)

  C. Xie, M. Wang. Lattice Boltzmann model for thermal conduction in composite materials with thermal contact resistance The tenth International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science, Jul. 22-26, 2013, Oxford University of UK (Presentation)

  M. Wang. Monte Carlo modeling of high-Kn non-ideal gas flow and heat transfer CCTAM 2013, Xi'an China (Presentation in Chinese)

  M. Wang, S. Chen, X. He. Direct simulations of non-Newtonian fluid electro-osmosis in complex porous media CCTAM 2013, Xi'an China (Presentation in Chinese)

2012

In Journals

93.  S. Chen*, M. Wang, and Z. Xia. Multiscale fluid mechanics and modeling. Procedia IUTAM. 10: 100-114, 2014image008

92.  M. Wang*, X. Wang, J. Wang, N. Pan. Grain size effects on effective thermal conductivity of porous materials with internal thermal contact resistance. Journal Porous Media. 16(11): 1043-1048, 2013image008

91.  X. Wang, B. Ding*, G. Sun, M. Wang* and J. Yu*. Electro-spinning/netting: A strategy for the fabrication of three-dimensional polymer nano-fiber/nets. Progress in Materials Science.58: 1173-1243, 2013 (Impact Factor: 23.194)image008

90.  X. Shan and M. Wang*. Understanding of thermal conductance of thin gas layer. Advances of Mechanical Engineering 2013: 692842, 2013image008

89. M. Wang*, X. Shan, N. Yang. Understanding length dependence of effective thermal conductivity of nanowire. Physics Letter A. 376: 3514-3517, 2012image008

88. C. Chang, R.J. Yang*, M. Wang, J.J. Miau, and V. Lebiga. Liquid flow retardation in nanospaces due to electroviscosity: Electrical Double Layers overlap, hydrodynamic slippage and ambient atmospheric CO2 dissolution. Physics of Fluids. 24: 072001, 2012image008

87. X. Shan, M. Wang*. Effective resistance of gas flows in microchannels. Advances of Mechanical Engineering 2013: 950681, 2013image008

86. Y. Liao, H. Wu*, Y. Ding, S. Yin, M. Wang and A. Cao. Engineering thermal and mechanical properties of flexible fiber-reinforced aerogel composites. Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology. 63: 445-456, 2012image008

   X. Shan and M. Wang*. Scale effects of thermal conduction in micro gas layer around a cylinder Journal of Engineering Thermophysics (In Chinese) 34(11): 1-3, 2013pdf_c

In Conferences

   X. Shan and  M. Wang*. Scale effects of thermal conduction in micro gas layer. 2012 NCTP-Heat Transfer Conference, Dongguan, 2012 (Presentation in Chinese)

   C. Peng, H. Wu*, Y. Ding, M. Wang. Effective thermal conductivity model of aero-gel insulation composites with ordered fibers. 2012 NCTP-Heat Transfer Conference, Dongguan, 2012 (Presentation in Chinese)

   X. Shan and  M. Wang*. The 7th National Conference of Fluid Mechanics, Guilin, 2012 (CSTAM 2012-B03-0202) [Published as an internal communication paper] (Presentation in Chinese) pdf_cimage008

   X. Shan and M. Wang*. Numerical Simulations of subsonic chocking in microchannels. IHT8, Beijing, 2012 (Presentation)

2011

In Journals

85.  J. Liu, M. Wang, S. Chen and M. Robbins*. Uncovering Molecular Mechanisms of Electrowetting and Saturation with Simulations. Physical Review Letters.108: 216101, 2012image008

84.  M. Wang. Structure effects on electro-osmosis in microporous media. Journal of Heat Transfer. 134: 051020, 2012 image008

83.  X. Wang, B. Ding*, J. Yu and M. Wang*. Engineering Biomimetic Superhydrophobic Surfaces of Electrospun Nanomaterials. Nano Today. 6: 515-535, 2011image008

82.  M. Wang*, N. Yang and Z. Guo. Non-Fourier heat conductions in nanomaterials. Journal of Applied Physics, 110: 064310, 2011image008

81.  J. Lin, X. Wang, B. Ding*, J. Yu, G. Sun and M. Wang*. Biomimicry via Electrospinning. Critical Reviews in Solid State and Materials Sciences 37: 94-114, 2012image008

80.  X. Shan, M. Wang* and Z. Guo. Geometry optimization of self-similar transport network. Mathematical Problems in Engineering. 2011: 421526, 2011image008

(Starting work at Tsinghua University)

79.  X. Wang, B. Ding*, J. Yu and M. Wang Highly Sensitive Humidity Sensors Based on Electro-spinning/netting Polyamide 6 Nano-fiber/net Modified by Polyethyleneimine. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 21(40): 16231-16238, 2011 (Impact Factor: 5.099) image008

78.  B. Ding*, X. Wang, JY Yu, and M. Wang. Polyamide 6 composite nano-fiber/net functionalized by polyethyleneimine on quartz crystal microbalance for highly sensitive formaldehyde sensors. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 21(34): 12784-12792, 2011 image008

In Conferences

  M. Wang. Non-Fourier conduction in nanomaterials based on thermomass theory. International Forum on Frontier Theories of Thermal Science (IF2T2S), Beijing, China, Dec. 19, 2011 (Presentation)

  M. Wang. Correlations between microstructure and effective properties of Multiphase porous materials. The 11th Seoul National – Kyoto – Tsinghua University Thermal Engineering Conference. Jeju, South Korea, November 4-5, 2011(Presentation)

  M. Wang. Studies on effective properties of multiphase porous media. National conference of engineering thermophysics society: Heat and Mass Transfer, Xi’an, China, October 15-17, 2011(Invited Talk in Chinese)

  M. Wang. Mechanism and efficiency analysis of mechanical-to-electrical energy conversion using the fluid flow in nanochannels. The energy and nanotech symposium of Tsinghua Universities on two sides of Taiwan Straits. Beijing, China, October 18-20, 2011(Presentation in Chinese)

 

2010

In Journals

77.  B. Ding*, M. Wang*, X. Wang, J. Yu, and G. Sun. Electrospun nanomaterials for ultrasensitive sensors. Materials Today. 13(11): 16-27, 2010 image008

76.  M. Wang* and Z. Guo. Understanding of size and temperature dependences of effective thermal conductivity of nanotubes. Physics Letter A 374: 4312-4315, 2010 image008

75.  M. Wang, B. Cao, and Z. Guo*. General Heat Conduction Equation Based on Thermomass Theory. Frontiers in Heat and Mass Transfer. 1: 013005, 2010image008

   G.P. Peterson*, C. Li, M. Wang and G. Chen. Editorial: Micro/Nanotrasport Phenomena in Reviewable Energy and Energy Efficiency. Advances in Mechanical Engineering. 2010: 170590, 2010image008

74   J. Lin, Y. Cai, X. Wang, B. Ding*, J. Yu, and M. Wang. Fabrication of biomimetic superhydrophobic surfaces inspired from lotus leaf and silver ragwort leaf. Nanoscale 3(3): 1258-1262, 2011 image008

73   Q. Chen, J. Wu, M. Wang, N. Pan, and Z. Guo. A New Approach for Energy Conservation of Heat Exchanger Groups. Chinese Science Bulletin 56(4-5): 449-454, 2011image008

72   X. Wang, B. Ding, J. Yu, M. Wang, and K. Pan. A highly sensitive humidity sensor based on nanofibrous membranes coated quartz crystal microbalance. Nanotechnology, 21: 055502, 2010 image008 (Cover paper)

71   X. Mao, B. Ding, M. Wang and Y. Yin, Self-assembly of phthalocyanine and polyacrylic acid composite multilayers on cellulose nanofibers, Carbohydrate Polymers 80: 839-844, 2010 image008

In Conferences

   M. Wang, N. Pan, and Q. Kang. Modeling of Thermal Transport Properties of Multiphase Porous Materials. The ASME International Heat Transfer Conference, Washington, August 8-13, 2010

   M. Wang, et al. Electrochemomechanical energy conversion efficiency in nanochannels. The ASME International mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Vancouver, British Columbia, CA, November 12-18, 2010

 

2009

In Journals

70.  M. Wang*. The Physical Chemistry of Materials: Energy and Environmental Applications. Materials Today (Invited Review), 13(3): 67, 2010 image008

69.  M. Wang*, Q. Kang, H. Viswanathan and B. Robbinson. Modeling of electro-osmosis of dilute electrolyte solutions in silica microporous media. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 115: B10205, 2010 image008

68.  M. Wang*, and A. Revil. Electrochemical charge of silica surfaces at high ionic strength in narrow channels. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 343: 381-386, 2010image008

67.  M. Wang* and Q. Kang. Electrochemomechanical energy conversion efficiency in silica nanochannels. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 9(2): 181-190, 2010 image008

66.  M. Wang*, C. Chang, and R. Yang. Electroviscosity in nanofluidic channels. J. Chem. Phys. 132: 024701, 2010 image008

65.  M. Wang*, Q. Kang, and E. Ben-Naim. Modeling of electrokinetic transport in silicon nanofluidic channels. Analytica Chimica Acta 664: 158-164, 2010 image008

64.  M. Wang*, Q. Chen, Q. Kang, et al. Nonlinear effective properties of unsaturated porous materials. International Journal of Non-linear Science and Numerical Simulations 11(1): 49-56, 2010 (Invited paper)image008

63.  Q. Kang, M. Wang*, P. Mukherjee, P. Lichtner. Mesoscopic Modeling of Multiphysicochemical Transport Phenomena in Porous Media. In: Micro/Nanotransport Phenomena in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, on Advances Mechanical Engineering, 2010: 142879, 2010 image008

62.  Q. Chen, M. Wang*, and Z. Guo*. Field Synergy Principle for Energy Conservation Analysis and Application. In: Micro/Nanotransport Phenomena in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, on Advances Mechanical Engineering, 2010: 129313, 2010 image008

61.  B. Ding*, M. Wang, J. Yu and G. Sun. Gas Sensors Based on Electrospun Nanofibers. Sensors, 9(3), 1609-1624 (doi:10.3390/s90301609), 2009 pdf

Collaborative papers

60   Q. Chen, Y. Kang, M. Wang et al. A New Approach to Analysis and Optimization of Evaporative Cooling System I: Theory. Energy, 35: 2448-2454 2010 image008

59   X. Liu, Q. Chen*, M. Wang* et al. Multi-dimensional effects on optimal network structure for liquid distributors. Chemical Engineering and Processing 49(10): 1038-1043, 2010image008

58   X M. Guo, B. Ding*, X. Li, X. Wang, J. Yu, and M. Wang. Amphiphobic Nanofibrous Silica Mats with Flexible and High Heat-resistant Properties. J. Phys. Chem. C. 114: 916-921, 2010 image008

In Conferences

   M. Wang, Q. Kang, and H. Viswanathan. Electroosmosis of dilute electrolyte solutions in microporous media. The 2nd ASME International Conference of Micro/Nanoscale Heat and Mass Transfer, Shanghai, December 18-21, 2009

   J. Liu, M. Wang, S. Chen, and M. Robbins. Molecular simulations of electrokinetic transport in nanofluidics. The 2nd ASME International Conference of Micro/Nanoscale Heat and Mass Transfer, Shanghai, December 18-21, 2009

   M. Wang, J. Liu, and Q. Kang. Electrokinetic transport in realistic nanochannels. APS Meeting, 2009

   M. Wang, and N. Pan. The morphology effects on properties of multiphase materials. The Fiber Society's Spring 2009 Conference. Shanghai, May 27, 2009

   Q. Kang, M. Wang, and P. C. Lichtner, Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of Coupled Fluid Flow and Multi-Physicochemical Transport Phenomena in Complex Media, The 18th International Conference on the Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics, July 6-10, 2009, Beijing, China.

   Q. Chen, J. Wu, M. Wang and Z. Guo Optimization Criterions for Heat Exchangers with Different Applications. CHE2009, San Jose

   Q. Kang, M. Wang, and P. C. Lichtner. Lattice Boltzmann simulation of coupled fluid flow and multi-physicochemical transport phenomena in complex media. High Energy Density Plasma and Fluid Capability Review 2009, Los Alamos, 2009

   P. C. Lichtner Q. Kang, and M. Wang, Upscaling Multi-Physicochemical Processes in Porous Media from Pore to Continuum Scales. DOE-ERSP Annual PI Meeting, Lansdowne, VA, April 20-23, 2009

 

2008

In Journals

57.  M. Wang* and Q. Kang. Electrokinetic transport in microchannels with random roughness. Analytical Chemistry 81 (8), 2953-2961, 2009 (IF: 5.732) pdf

56.  M. Wang*, and Q. Kang. Modeling electrokinetic flows in microchannels using coupled multiple lattice Boltzmann methods. J. Computational Physics 229: 728-744, 2010image008

55.  J. Liu, M. Wang, S. Chen and M.O. Robbins*. Molecular Simulations of Eletrokinetic Flows in Rough Nanochannels J. Comput. Phys. 229: 7834-7847, 2010 image008

54.  Q. Chen, M. Wang*, N. Pan, and Z. Guo. Optimization principles for convective heat transfer. Energy, 34(9): 1199-1206, 2009 image008

53.  Q. Chen, M. Wang*, N. Pan, and Z. Guo. Optimization Principle for Varying Viscosity Fluid Flow and Its Application to Heavy Oil Flow Drag Reduction. Energy and Fuels. 23, 4470-4478, 2009 image008

52.  X. Liu, M. Wang*, J. Meng, et al. Minimum entransy dissipation principle for the optimization of transport networks International Journal of Non-linear Science and Numerical Simulations , 11(2): 113-120, 2010 image008

51.  Q. Chen, M. Wang, N. Pan*, and Z. Guo. Irreversibility of heat conduction in complex multiphase systems and its application to the effective thermal conductivity of porous media. International Journal of Non-linear Science and Numerical Simulations 10 (1): 57-66, 2009 image008

50.  M. Wang and N. Pan*. Predictions of Effective Properties of Complex Multiphase Materials. Material Science and Engineering R: Reports. 63(1): 1-30, 2008 (Impact Factor: 17.731) (Online) pdf  [cover]

In Conferences

   Q. Kang, M. Wang, and P. C. Lichtner. Pore-scale studies of multi-component reactive transport involving CO2 sequestration in geologic formations. AGU Meeting, San Francisco, December, 2008 (Poster)

   Q. Kang, P. Lichtner, M. Wang, and P. Mukherjee. Lattice Boltzmann Modeling of Multiple Physicochemical Processes in Porous Media. Modeling and Simulation for Nuclear Energy Workshop. Los Alamos, July 29-30, 2008.

   J. Liu, M. Wang, S. Chen, M. O. Robbins. Molecular simulation of electrokinetic flows. The 61st Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics; San Antonio, Texas, November 23–25, 2008

   P. Mukherjee, M. Wang, Q. Kang, P. Lichtner. Pore-Scale Modeling of Transport in Charged Porous Media. CMWR2008, San Francisco, July 7, 2008.

 

2007

In Journals

49.  M. Wang*, Q. Kang, and N. Pan. Thermal conductivity enhancement of carbon fiber composites.Appl. Therm. Eng. 29: 418-421, 2009pdf

48.  M. Wang*, F. Meng, and N. Pan. Transport properties of functionally graded materials. J. Appl. Phys. 102: 033514, 2007 (also be selected for the August 27, 2007 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology)pdf

47.  M. Wang*, and N. Pan. Elastic property of multiphase composites with random microstructures. J. Comp. Phys. 228: 5978-5988, 2009 image008

46.  M. Wang*, and N. Pan. Modeling and prediction of the Effective Thermal Conductivity of Random Open-cell Porous Foams. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer. 51(5-6): 1325-1331, 2008 pdf

45.  M. Wang*, and S. Chen. On applicability of Poisson-Boltzmann equation for micro- and nanoscale electroosmotic flows. Communications in Computational Physics 3(5): 1087-1099, 2008 (Invited article)pdf

44.  M. Wang*, J. Liu, and S. Chen. Electric potential distribution in nanoscale electroosmosis: from molecules to continuum. Molecular Simulation.33(15): 1273-1277, 2007 pdf

43.  M. Wang* and N. Pan. Numerical analyses of effective dielectric constant of multiphase micro porous media. J. Appl. Phys. 101: 114102, 2007pdf

In Conferences

   M. Wang*, N. Pan, and S. Chen. Mesoscopic modeling and predictions of effective dielectric permittivity of multiphase micro porous media. ICNM-V, Shanghai , CHINA

   M. Wang, N. Pan*. Thermal Conductivity of Fibrous Materials. The Fiber Society 2007 Annual Meeting and Technical Conference, University of California at Davis, Davis, USA

   M. Wang, S. Chen*. On break-down of continuum theories for electroosmotic flow in nanoscale channels. APS Meeting, Utah University, Nov. 2007 (Abstract)

   Q. Kang, P.C. Lichtner, and M. Wang. Lattice Boltzmann simulation of fluid flow and solute transport in porous media at the pore scale and upscaling. AGU Meeting, San Francisco, December, 2007 (Abstract)


2006 (Top)

In Journals

42.  M. Wang*, N. Pan, J. Wang, and S. Chen. Mesoscopic simulations of phase distribution effects on the effective thermal conductivity of microgranular porous media. J. Colloids Interface Sci. 311(2): 562-570, 2007 pdf

41.  M. Wang*, J. Wang, N. Pan, S. Chen, and J. He. Three dimensional effect on the effective thermal conductivity of porous media. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 40: 260-265, 2007 pdf

40.  M. Wang, J. He, J. Yu and N. Pan*. Lattice Boltzmann modeling of the effective thermal conductivity for fibrous materials. Inter. J. Thermal Sci. 46(9): 848-855, 2007pdf

39.  M. Wang*, J. Wang, N. Pan, S. Chen. Mesoscopic Predictions of the Effective Thermal Conductivity of Microscale Random Porous Media. Physical Review E. 75: 036702, 2007 pdf

38.  M. Wang*, and S. Chen. Electroosmosis in homogeneously charged micro- and nanoscale random porous media. J. Colloids Interface Sci. 314(1): 264-273, 2007 pdf [published version], [corrected version]

37.  M. Wang*, J. Wang, N. Pan and S. Chen. Lattice Poisson-Boltzmann simulations of Electroosmotic Flows in Charged Anisotropic Porous Media. Communications in Computational Physics. 2(6): 1055-1070, 2007pdf

36.  M. Wang*, J. Wang, S. Chen, and N. Pan. Electrokinetic Pumping Effects of Charged Porous Media in Microchannels using the Lattice Poisson-Boltzmann Method. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 304(1): 246-253, 2006pdf

35.  M. Wang*, J. Wang, and S. Chen. Roughness and Cavitations effects on Electro-osmotic Flows in Rough Microchannels using the Lattice Poisson-Boltzmann Methods. J. Comput. Phys. 226(1): 836-851, 2007. pdf

34.  M. Wang*, J. Liu, S. Chen. Similarity of Electro-osmotic flows in nanochannels. Molecular Simulation. 33(3): 239-244, 2007 pdf

33.  F. Meng, M. Wang, Z. Li*, Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Conjugate Heat Transfer in High-Frequency Oscillating Flows. Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow. 29: 1203-1210, 2008pdf

32.  F. Meng*, M. Wang, Z. Li. Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Oscillating Flow and Heat Transfer under Linearization Assumption. Journal of Jilin University. 36(s1): 110-115, 2006pdf

In Conferences

   F. Meng, M. Wang, Z. Li. Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Oscillating Flow and Heat Transfer under Linearization Assumption. International Conference on Enhancement and Promotion of Computational Methods in Engineering Science and Mechanics. August 2006, Changchun, CHINA

2005 (Top)

In Journals

31.  M. Wang, X. Lan and Z. Li*. Analysis of Gas flows in Micro- and Nanochannels. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer. 51: 3630-3641, 2008pdf

30.  M. Wang* Z. Li. An Enskog based Monte Carlo method for high Knudsen number non-ideal gas flows. Computer & Fluids. 36(8): 1291-1297, 2007pdf

29.  M. Wang*, M. Macrossan and Z. Li. Relaxation Time Simulation Method with Internal Energy Exchange for Perfect Gas Flow at Near-Continuum Conditions. Communications of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation.12(7): 1277-1282, 2007.pdf

28.  M. Wang, Z. Li*. Gas mixing in microchannels using the direct simulation Monte Carlo method. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer 49: 1696-1702, 2006 [Available online 13 December 2005]pdf

27.  M. Wang*, Z. Li. Monte Carlo simulations of dense gas flow and heat transfer in micro- and nano-channels. Science in China Ser. E, Engineering & Materials Science, 48(3): 317-325, 2005pdf

26.  H. Liu, M. Wang*, J. Wang et al. Monte Carlo simulations of gas glow and heat transfer in vacuum packaged MEMS devices. Appl. Thermal Engin. 27: 323-329, 2007 [Available online 29 Sep. 2006]pdf

25.  J. Wang, M. Wang, and Z. Li*. A Lattice Boltzmann Algorithm for Fluid-Solid Conjugate Heat Transfer. Inter. J. Thermal Sci. 46(3) 228-234, 2007. [Available online 6 June 2006] pdf

24.  J. Wang, M. Wang*, and Z. Li. Lattice Evolution Solution for the Nonlinear Poisson-Boltzmann Equation in Confined Domains. Communications of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation. 13(3): 575-583, 2008 (SCI & EI) [Available online 17 July 2006] pdf [corrected version]

23.  J. Wang, M. Wang*, and Z. Li. Lattice Poisson-Boltzmann Simulations of Electro-osmotic Flows in Microchannels. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 296(2): 729-736, 2006 [Available online 13 October 2005] (IDS#: 027OJ; EI: 06129769259); Corrigendum: J. Colloids Interface Sci. 300(1): 446, 2006 pdf [corrected version]

22.  J. Wang*, M. Wang, and Z. Li. Lattice Boltzmann simulations of mixing enhancement by the electro-osmotic flow in microchannels. Modern Physics Letters B. 19:1515-1518, 2005 (IDS#: 004QV)pdf

21.  Wang J, Wang M., and Li Z.*. Lattice evolution based algorithm for solving the nonlinear Poisson equation. J. Engineering Thermophysics. 27(2):316-318, 2006 (EI: 06179840494)pdf_c

20.  Wang M., Li Z.*. Statistical Simulation of Gas Flow and Heat Transfer in Micro Air Bearing. Tribology. 25(1): 55-60, 2005 (EI: 05118999989)pdf_c

In Conferences

   M. Wang, J. Liu, and S. Chen*. Molecular simulations of electro-osmotic flows in nano-channels: from molecules to continuum. 58th Annual Meeting of APS, the Division of Fluid Dynamics. Chicago, IL USA. Nov. 20-22, 2005 (Abstract)

   Z. Li*, M. Wang and X. Lan. Gas Flow in Micro- and Nanochannels using DSMC. In: Kyoto-Tsinghua-Seoul National University Thermal Engineering Conference, pp.1-8. Seoul, KR, Sep. 26-30, 2005

   M. Wang*, Z. Li. Gases Mixing in Microchannels using DSMC. The 3rd International Conference of Minichannel and Microchannel ASME, Toronto, CA, June 13-15, ICMM2005-75133, 2005 (EI: 05479488136)

   X. Lan, Z. Li, Moran Wang. Similarity of microscale and rarefied gas flow. The 3rd International Conference of Minichannel and Microchannel ASME, Toronto, CA, June 13-15, ICMM2005-75146, 2005 (EI: 05479488137)

   J. Wang*, M. Wang, and Z. Li. Lattice Boltzmann simulations of mixing enhancement by the electro-osmotic flow in microchannels. International Symposium on Physics of Fluids, Huangshan, PRC, June 9-12, 2005

   J. Wang*, M. Wang, and Z. Li. A lattice evolution method for the non-linear Poisson-Boltzmann equation. The 14th National Conference of Engineering Thermophysics, Beijing, PRC, 2005

2004 and earlier (Top)

In Journals

19.  M. Wang, Z. Li*. Numerical Simulations on Performance of MEMS-Based Nozzles at Moderate or Low Temperatures. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 1(1): 62-70, 2004 (IDS#: 010YE; EI: 05349322442)pdf

18.  M. Wang*, Z. Li. Failure analysis of the molecular block model for the direct simulation Monte Carlo method. Physics of Fluids, 16(6): 2122-2125, 2004 (IDS#: 819WB; EI: 04318296160)pdf

17.  M. Wang, Z. Li*. Simulations for gas flows in microgeometries using the direct simulation Monte Carlo method. Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow, 25(6): 975-985, 2004 (IDS#: 873ZQ; EI: 05038795441)pdf

16.  M. Wang*, Z. Li. Micro- and nanoscale non-ideal gas poiseuille flows in a consistent Boltzmann algorithm model. Journal of Micromech. Microengin. 14(7): 1057-1063, 2004 (IDS#: 843NG; EI: 04318296160)pdf

15.  Z. Li*, M. Wang, X. Yao, Z-Y Guo. Pumping mechanism of thermally driven phase transition micropump. Microscale Thermophysical Engineering. 8(1): 31-42, 2004 (The main theoretical part of this article is from the Master's thesis of Dr. Yao)pdf

14.  M. Wang*, Z. Li. Valve-less thermally-driven moving-phase-change micropump. Tsinghua Science and Technology. 9(6): 688-693, 2004 (EI: 05048803691)pdf

13.  M. Wang*, Z. Li. A Monte Carlo Method for Perfect Gas Near-Continuum Flows. Recent Advances in Fluid Mechanics. pp. 716-719, 2004 (IDS#: BB185)pdf

12.  Wang M.*, Li Z. Three-dimensional effect of gas flow in micro channels. Journal of Engineering Thermophysics. 25(5): 840-842, 2004 (EI: 04448436777)pdf_c

11.  Wang M.*, Wang J., Li Z. New boundary condition implements for the DSMC method. Chinese Journal of Computational Physics. 21(3): 48-52, 2004 (EI: 04458452090)pdf_c

10.  M. Wang*, Z. Li. Nonideal gas flow and heat transfer in micro- and nanochannels using the direct simulation Monte Carlo method. Physical Review E. 68: 046704, 2003 (IDS#: 743KP; EI: 04037817358)pdf

9.  M. Wang*, Z. Li. Similarity of ideal gas flow at different scales. Science in China E. 46(6): 661-670, 2003 (IDS#: 747WN)pdf

8.    Wang M.*, Chen Z., Li Z. Simulations and optimization for micro gas flowmeter. Micronanoelectronic Technology, (7/8): 61-65, 2003 (Inspec: 7904280)pdf_c

7.  Wang M.*, Chen Z., Li Z. Simulation and analysis of gas flow and heat transfer in micro nozzle. Micronanoelectronic Technology, (7/8): 66-68 ,2003 (Inspec: 7875048)pdf_c

6.  M. Wang*, Z. Li, Z. Chen. The pumping effect of traveling phase transition in microtubes. International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, 3: 565-568, 2002 (IDS#: 574RR; Inspec: 7414155)pdf

5.  Z. Li*, M. Wang, L. Tan. Experimental investigation on phase transformation type micropump. Chinese Science Bulletin 47: 518-522, 2002 (The main experimental part of this paper is from the Master's thesis of Mr. Tan)pdf

4.  Wang M.*, Li Z., Tan L. Pumping Mechanism of the phase Transition Type Micropump. Mechanical Science and Technology, 21(6): 966-968, 2002 (EI: 02517284628) pdf_c

3.  Wang M.*, Li Z.. Microscale Thermal Science and its Applications in MEMS. Journal of Instrument Technology and Sensors, (7): 1-4, 2002 (in Chinese)pdf_c

2.  Wang M.*, Li Z.. Investigation Process of Micropump Based on MEMS. Journal of Transducer Technology. 21(6): 59-61, 2002 (in Chinese)pdf_c

1.  Wang M.*, Li Z.. Investigation Process in MEMS-based Micro Fluid Machinery Fluid Machinery. 30(4): 23-28, 2002 (in Chinese)pdf_c

In Conferences

   M. Wang*, Z. Li. A Monte Carlo Method for Perfect Gas Near-Continuum Flows The Fourth International Conference on Fluid Mechanics, Dalian, PRC, 2004 (ISTP)

   M. Wang, Z. Li*. Performance Predictions of MEMS-Based Nozzles at Moderate or Low Temperatures In: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Microchannels and Minichannels (ICMM2004), pp 731-738, Rochester, New York, USA, 2004 (EI: 04408389813)

   M. Wang*, J. Wang, Z. Li. Gas Flow and Heat Transfer in Microchannels with Bends Using DSMC. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Heat Transfer Enhancement and Energy Conservation, Vols 1&2: 3-9, International Conference in Heat Transfer Enhancement and Energy Conservation, Guangzhou, PRC, 2004 (ISTP: BY59A)

   Wang M.*, Li Z. Three-dimensional effect of gas flow in micro channels. The 12th National Academic Conference on Engineering Thermophysics of China, Beijing, PRC, 2003 (in Chinese)

   Wang M.*, Li Z.. Numerical Simulation of Gas Flow and Heat Transfer in Micro Air Bearing. The 12th National Academic Conference on Engineering Thermophysics of China, Beijing, 2003 (in Chinese)

   Wang J., Wang M., Li Z.*. Numerical Simulation of External Field of Micro Synthetic Jet. The 12th National Academic Conference on Engineering Thermophysics of China, Beijing, 2003 (in Chinese)

   Wang M.*, Chen Z. Li Z.. Simulation and Optimization of Micro Gas Flowmeter. The 6th National Micro/Nano Technology Conference. Taiyuan, 2003 (in Chinese)

   Wang M.*, Chen Z., Li Z. Analysis and Numerical Simulation of Micro Nozzle. The 6th National Micro/Nano Technology Conference. Taiyuan, 2003 (in Chinese)

   M. Wang*, Li Z.. Valve-less Thermally-driven Phase-change Micropump. Pacific Rim Workshop on Transducers and Micro/Nano Technologies. Xiamen, PRC, 2002 (Inspec: 7928741)

   M. Wang*, Li Z, Chen Z.. The Pumping Effect of Phase Transition in a Micro Tube. International Conference on Micro & Nano Systems, Kunming, PRC, 2002 (ISTP: 574RR)

   X. Yao, M. Wang, Z. Li*, Z. Guo. Pumping Mechanism of Thermally Driven Phase Transformation Type Micropump. International Symposium on Micro/Nano Scale Energy Conversion and Transport. Antalya, Turkey, 2002 (ISTP: 779MA)

   Wang M., Li Z.*. Pressure Model of Phase-change Micropump. The 10th National Academic Conference on Engineering Thermophysics of China, Qingdao, 2001 (in Chinese)

   Wang M., Chen Z., Li Z.*. Numerical Simulation of Gas Flow in Micro Laval Nozzles. The 5th National Micro/Nano Technology Conference. Chongqing, 2001 (in Chinese)