2014 Master of Science, Energy Technology, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) & Eindhoven University of Technology
2012 Bachelor of Engineering, Energy and Environmental Engineering, Zhejiang University
2012 Minor in Public Administration, Zhejiang University
His research interest lies in the thermal, chemical, and optical sciences in the field of energy engineering. The current research is related to modeling transport phenomena of multi-phase flow in the design of a high-temperature particle solar reactor.
2. B. Wang, V. M. Wheeler, J. Pottas, P. B. Kreider, and W. Lipiński, Thermal modeling of a solar thermochemical reactor for metal oxide reduction, Proceedings of the IHTC-16 International Heat Transfer Conference, Beijing, China, 2018.
1. W. Wang, B. Wang, L. Li, B. Laumert, and T. Strand, The effect of the cooling nozzle arrangement to the thermal performance of a solar impinging receiver, Solar Energy, 131:222-234, 2016.