WANG, Cheng


Wang Cheng
Associate Professor, Department of Ocean Science & Engineering, Zhejiang University
Phone: +86-571 8512 5919
Fax:   +86-571 8512 5919
Address: Dept. of Ocean Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University,
Zijingang Campus,866 Yuhangtang Road, Hangzhou, China, 310058
1.         Ph.D. – Shanghai JiaoTong University, Engineering Mechanics, 1998
2.         M. S –Shanghai JiaoTong University, Engineering Mechanics, 1995
3.         B.S. –Shanghai JiaoTong University, Engineering Mechanics, 1992
Working Experience
1.         2009-,Associate Professor, the Department of Ocean Science & Engineering, Zhejiang University
2.         2007-2009, Senior Naval Architect, Naval Architect, INTECSEA, Houston, USA
3.         2006-2007,Research Associate, Department of Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics, North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA
4.         2004 - 2005, Research Assistant, Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
Research Interests
1.         Fluid Mechanics & Computational Fluid Dynamics
2.         Free Surface Flows
3.         Underwater Explosions & Bubble Dynamics
Current Projects
Using a new BEM method to study the rising water flow driven by rising bubbles generated at the sea bottom
Publication List
1.         Klaseboer, K. C. Hung, C. Wang, C.W. Wang, B.C. Khoo, P. Boyce, S. Debono & H. Charlier: Experimental and numerical investigation of the dynamics of an underwater explosion bubble near a resilient/rigid structure. J. Fluid Mech. 537, 387 – 413 2005  
2.         C. Wang & B. C. Khoo: An indirect boundary element method for three-dimensional explosion bubbles. J. Comput. Phys. 194, 451-480 (2004)
3.         C. Wang, B. C. Khoo & K. S. Yeo: Elastic mesh technique for 3D BIM simulation with an application to underwater explosion bubble dynamics. Computers & Fluids. 32(9) 1195-1212 (2003)  
4.         Y. L. Zhang, K. S. Yeo, B. C. Khoo & C. Wang: 3D jet impact and toroidal bubbles. J. Comput. Phys. 166(2) 336-360 (2001)
5.         C. Wang & M. Damodaran: Numerical modeling of the performance of lubricated journal bearings using Navier-Stokes equations. Inter. J. CFD 14(1) 75-96 (2000)
6.         C. Wang: Characteristic finite analytic method (CFAM) for incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. Acta Mechanica 143(1-2), 57-66(2000)
7.         C. Wang & M. Damodaran: Computation of viscous incompressible flow between eccentrically rotating cylinders using a single domain pseudospectral method. J. Institution. Engineers, Singapore 39(3), 13-19(1999)
8.         C. Wang, Q. Y. Ye & Y. S. He: Calculation of exhausted gas cavity behind an under-water launched missile. Chinese J. Appl. Mech. 14(3), 1-7(1997)
9.         C. Wang, Q. Y. Ye & Y. S. He: Application of Gaussian wavelet family in solving Navier-Stokes equations. J. Shanghai Jiaotong Univ. 31(12), 106-111(1997)
10.     C. Wang, Q. Y. Ye & Y. S. He: Calculation of synthetic trajectory of an under-water launched missile. internal report of Ministry of Aeronautics &Astronautics, China. (1996)
Conference List
1.         Akhatov, C. Wang & M. Ziejewski: Cavitations in microscale confinement: new concept of mild brain injury. 60th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sunday–Tuesday November 18–20, 2007
2.         K. M. Bobba, C. Wang, D. D. Joseph & M. Gharib: Boundary integral method for viscous potential flows: Three-dimensional dynamics of rising and oscillating bubbles. American Physical Society, 58th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics, November 20-22, 2005
3.         C. Wang & K. M. Bobba: Active control of rotating Rayleigh-Benard convection. Northeast Nonlinear and Hybrid Control Workshop, Heffner Alumni House, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY , April 1-2, 2005,

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