Zhang Ning

Associate Professor

Phone: 86-027-87543880

Email: ningzhang@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Instrument for Precision Gravity

Research Interests: Superconducting Gravity Gradiometer, Cryogenic System

 

Academic Degrees

2017- Present Associate Professor, Huazhong University of Sci. & Tec.

2015- 2017 Postdoctoral Research, Zhejiang University

2013-2015 Research Assistant, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, CAS

2008-2013 Ph.D. of Technical Science, Huazhong University of Sci. & Tec.

2004-2008 Bachelor of Engineering, Huazhong University of Sci. & Tec.

Professional Experience

Selected Publications

Ning Zhang, Qiang Li, Qing Li. Seat tightness of pneumatic cryogenic control valve. SCIENCE CHINA: Technological Science, 56, 8(2013)

Ning Zhang, Qiang Li, Qing Li. Compressive and sealing characteristics of PTFE under cyclic loading-unloading. Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater, 30, 1(2014)

Ning Zhang, Peng Zhang, Qing Li. Numerical study of unsteady flow in centrifugal cold compressor. Physics Procedia, 67, 1(2015)

Ning Zhang, Qiang Li, Kang Hu. Soft Sealing Characteristics of Valve Seat for Cryogenic Control Valve (I): Sealing Characteristics at Room Temperature. Transactions of Beijing Institute of Technology, 35, 5(2015)

Ning Zhang, Qiang Li, Kang Hu. Soft Sealing Characteristics of Valve Seat for Cryogenic Control Valv e (II): Sealing characteristics at liquid nitrogen temperature and comprehensive analysis. Transactions of Beijing Institute of Technology, 35, 5(2015)

Ning Zhang, Ya Xu, Qie Shen. BOG recovery technology of LNG station based on a high power Stirling cryocooler. Huagong Xuebao/CIESC Journal , 66, 1(2015)

Hu Zhongjun, Zhang Ning, Li Zhengyu, and Li Q. Cryogenic adsober design in a Helium refrigeration system. Advances in cryogenic engineering, 1434, 1(2012)

Kai Wang, Jie Zhang, Ning Zhang. Acoustic matching of a traveling-wave thermoacoustic electric generator. Applied thermal engineering, 102(2016)

Kai Wang, Daming Sun, Jie Zhang, Ning Zhang. Beating effect between a thermoacoustic source and its mechanical partner. Journal of Applied Physics, 118, 24(2015)

Selected Cases

Awards and Honors

Courses Taught

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