Ze-Dong Cheng
Ze-Dong Cheng
Xi'an Jiaotong University & UPenn;
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A MCRT and FVM coupled simulation method for energy conversion process in parabolic trough solar collector
YL He, J Xiao, ZD Cheng, YB Tao
Renewable energy 36 (3), 976-985, 2011
Three-dimensional numerical study of heat transfer characteristics in the receiver tube of parabolic trough solar collector
ZD Cheng, YL He, J Xiao, YB Tao, RJ Xu
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 37 (7), 782-787, 2010
Numerical simulation of a parabolic trough solar collector with nonuniform solar flux conditions by coupling FVM and MCRT method
ZD Cheng, YL He, FQ Cui, RJ Xu, YB Tao
Solar Energy 86 (6), 1770-1784, 2012
Numerical study of heat transfer enhancement by unilateral longitudinal vortex generators inside parabolic trough solar receivers
ZD Cheng, YL He, FQ Cui
International journal of heat and mass transfer 55 (21-22), 5631-5641, 2012
Study on optical and thermal performance of a linear Fresnel solar reflector using molten salt as HTF with MCRT and FVM methods
Y Qiu, YL He, ZD Cheng, K Wang
Applied energy 146, 162-173, 2015
Comparative and sensitive analysis for parabolic trough solar collectors with a detailed Monte Carlo ray-tracing optical model
ZD Cheng, YL He, FQ Cui, BC Du, ZJ Zheng, Y Xu
Applied Energy 115, 559-572, 2014
A new modelling method and unified code with MCRT for concentrating solar collectors and its applications
ZD Cheng, YL He, FQ Cui
Applied energy 101, 686-698, 2013
A design method and numerical study for a new type parabolic trough solar collector with uniform solar flux distribution
K Wang, YL He, ZD Cheng
Science China Technological Sciences 57, 531-540, 2014
Geometric optimization on optical performance of parabolic trough solar collector systems using particle swarm optimization algorithm
ZD Cheng, YL He, BC Du, K Wang, Q Liang
Applied energy 148, 282-293, 2015
Analysis of thermal stress and fatigue fracture for the solar tower molten salt receiver
BC Du, YL He, ZJ Zheng, ZD Cheng
Applied Thermal Engineering 99, 741-750, 2016
A detailed parameter study on the comprehensive characteristics and performance of a parabolic trough solar collector system
ZD Cheng, YL He, K Wang, BC Du, FQ Cui
Applied thermal engineering 63 (1), 278-289, 2014
Study on combined heat loss of a dish receiver with quartz glass cover
F Cui, Y He, Z Cheng, Y Li
Applied energy 112, 690-696, 2013
Numerical simulation of solar radiation transmission process for the solar tower power plant: from the heliostat field to the pressurized volumetric receiver
YL He, FQ Cui, ZD Cheng, ZY Li, WQ Tao
Applied thermal engineering 61 (2), 583-595, 2013
Numerical investigations on coupled heat transfer and synthetical performance of a pressurized volumetric receiver with MCRT–FVM method
ZD Cheng, YL He, FQ Cui
Applied Thermal Engineering 50 (1), 1044-1054, 2013
A detailed nonuniform thermal model of a parabolic trough solar receiver with two halves and two inactive ends
ZD Cheng, YL He, Y Qiu
Renewable Energy 74, 139-147, 2015
Numerical investigations on a pressurized volumetric receiver: Solar concentrating and collecting modelling
YL He, ZD Cheng, FQ Cui, ZY Li, D Li
Renewable energy 44, 368-379, 2012
Coupled optical and thermal performance of a fin-like molten salt receiver for the next-generation solar power tower
WQ Wang, Y Qiu, MJ Li, YL He, ZD Cheng
Applied Energy 272, 115079, 2020
Numerical analysis of flow resistance and heat transfer in a channel with delta winglets under laminar pulsating flow
Y Wang, YL He, WW Yang, ZD Cheng
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 82, 51-65, 2015
A comprehensive study on parabolic trough solar receiver-reactors of methanol-steam reforming reaction for hydrogen production
ZD Cheng, JJ Men, XR Zhao, YL He, YB Tao
Energy Conversion and Management 186, 278-292, 2019
Numerical simulations of the solar transmission process for a pressurized volumetric receiver
FQ Cui, YL He, ZD Cheng, D Li, YB Tao
Energy 46 (1), 618-628, 2012
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