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Introduction

Introduction

Introduction 

The thermal and fluids science was analyzed through three governing equations such as continuity, momentum, and energy equations with the time terms. The difficulties to estimate the local phenomena in every moment, and locations, however would lead the unpredictable, unreasonable, and unreliable numerical results from the transient term of governing equations, turbulent flow, multiphase, interfacial phenomenon, mass and heat transfer with micro/nano scale, and phase change heat transfer. As computer technology evolved, computing power increased dramatically and lead lots of conductance through direct solving to problems of thermal and fluids science, however it would also need the experimental validations. Now a day, the experimental technique and measurement could provide the exact boundaries, and varying conditions with more precise, and high time resolutions. Through the collaboration of experiments and computations, we would like to put the foot print in the validations of thermal and fluids science research fields. Through the collaboration of experiments and computations, we would like to put the foot print in the validations of thermal and fluids science research fields.

Mission and Vision 

  • International Research Collaboration between experimental and computational thermal and fluids science.
  • Growing and developing high-qualified human resources from double supervised graduated students by INCOS and University of Rep. of Korea.
  • Scientific Research and consulting services in the field of Mechanics and Materials.
  • Teaching services in TDTU.
  • International education collaboration – summer internship of undergraduate students and graduate school.

Research Topics

Research Topics

  • Calculation methods - Interconnection between thermal hydraulic 1D code and CFD for large scale computation
  • Code uncertainty analysis by statics, deep-learning and best estimated methods 
  • Large scale natural convection system for severe accidents (Experiments, 1D code, and CFD)
  • Two phase flow and phase change heat transfer analysis (Experiments, CFD, and house code development)
  • New materials synthesis based on thermal and fluids science
  • Energy and bio applications

Current Members

Current Members

Head of Division of Thermal and Fluids Science

Part-time researcher

H-Index (Scopus): 22; Citation (Scopus): > 1430 


Part-time researcher of Division of Thermal and Fluids Science

H-Index (Scopus): 6; Citation (Scopus): > 150 

Email: jsungkwon@tdtu.edu.vn

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Part-time researcher of Division of Thermal and Fluids Science

H-Index (Scopus): 5; Citation (Scopus): > 135 

Email: nkim@tdtu.edu.vn

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Part-time researcher of Division of Thermal and Fluids Science

H-Index (Scopus): 13; Citation (Scopus): > 1000 

Email: ksm7852@tdtu.edu.vn

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Part-time researcher of Division of Thermal and Fluids Science

H-Index (Scopus): 11; Citation (Scopus): > 630 


Part-time researcher of Division of Thermal and Fluids Science

H-Index (Scopus): 6; Citation (Scopus): > 110 

Email: Ykim@tdtu.edu.vn

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Publications

Publications

    2019

    1. Segeun Jang, Changwook Seol, Yun Sik Kang, Sang Moon Kim, Sung Jong Yoo, Investigation of the effect of carbon-covering layer on catalyst layer in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell in low relative humidity condition, Journal of Power Sources, 436: 226823, 2019 (ISI)
    2. Ji Hoon Kim, Sun Taek Lim, Gyu Hyeon Shim, Gil Won Lee, Sungjoo Kim, Namkeun Kim, Somchai Wongwises, and Ho Seon Ahn*, Virtual Loudspeaker Effect of Graphene-Based Hybrid Material To Improve Low-Frequency Acoustic Performance, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 11(39): 35941-35948, 2019 (ISI)
    3. Ho Seon Ahn, Koung Moon Kim, Sun Taek Lim, Chang Hun Lee, Seok Won Han, Hong Choi, Sangmo Koo, Namkeun Kim, Dong-Wook Jerng, Somchai Wongwises, Anti-fouling performance of chevron plate heat exchanger by the surface modification, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 144: 118634, 2019 (ISI)
    4. Xudong Pan, Jae-Sung Kwon, Jian Wei Khor, Syed Mubashir Mehdi Shamsi, Steven T. Wereley, Experimental and computational study of optically-driven electrothermal vortex, Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, 19(5), 2019 (ISI)
    5. Junghoon Park, Sangjoon Jonathan Kim, Youngjin Na, Yeongjin Kim and Jung Kim, Development of a Bendable Outsole Biaxial Ground Reaction Force Measurement System, Sensors, 19(11): 2641, 2019 (ISI)
    6. Seungjun Lee, Sanghee Lee, Youngjin Na, Bummo Ahn, Hoeryong Jung, Shing Shin Cheng, Namkeun Kim, Tea‑Sung Jun, Yeongjin Kim, Shock Absorber Mechanism Based on an SMA Spring for Lightweight Exoskeleton Applications, International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing, 20(9): 1533-1541, 2019 (ISI)
    7. Chang Hun Lee, Hong Choi, Dong-Wook Jerng, Dong Eok Kim, Somchai Wongwises, Ho Seon Ahn*, Experimental investigation of microbubble generation in the venturi nozzle, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 136: 1127-1138, 2019 (ISI)