Dr. Xinrong Zhang
Dr. Xin-Rong (Ron.) Zhang has been a professor at Peking University since January 2013. Dr. Zhang’s research interests focused on supercritical and near-critical flow dynamics and heat transfer. He has made significant contributions to the supercritical heat transfer area through numerous innovation, experimental methodology and technical inventions spanning from sub to super-critical fluids. Particularly, he proposed the concepts of low temperature solar (or waste heat) powered trans-critical power generation cycle and supercritical power. Through 20 years’ continuous efforts, his invention on the low and medium temperature trans- critical Power generation and CO2 vapor compression cycle have been translated into real applications. In 2014-2020, Dr. Zhang was selected as a most cited Chinese researcher by Elsevier. Now he is Chairman of Beijing Energy Society. He created five research institutes for recent years and was selected for Beijing Science Honor and also awarded the first prize for the excellent research by Beijing Institute of Energy. He published 2 monographs and more than 160 International Journal papers and was authorized more than 60 patents.
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