Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Missouri University of Science & Technology 2004.
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University 1996
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University 1993
Yuping Wang’s research interests explore fluid mechanics, heat transfer, renewable energy systems as well as plasma energy devices. Her work often looks at the intersection of these technologies. She has developed numerical models and simulations to better understand the behavior of liquid and heat in a variety of settings, such as the effect of fuel sloshing, how different plasma torch designs affect DC Plasma Torch operation and thermal analysis on different energy storage systems.
- Y. Wang, M. Pellerin, P. Mohanty, and S. Sengupta, “Investigation of the Flow Phenomenon Inside Gas Ejectors with Moist Gas Entrainment”, J. of Thermal Science and Engineering Applications, Vol. 9, No. 1, 011005, 2016 2.
- Y. Wang, M. Pellerin, P. Mohanty, and S. Sengupta, “Numerical and Experimental Study of the Flow Phenomenon Inside Gas Ejectors Inducing Moist Gases”, Proc. of the 15th International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, ASME IMECE2015, Houston, TX, 2015 3.
- A. Atal, Y. Wang, M. Harsha, and S. Sengupta, “Effect of Porosity of Conducting Matrix on a Phase Change Energy Storage Device”, Intl. J. of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 93, pp.9-16, 2015 4.
- A. Atal, Y. Wang, M. Harsha, and S. Sengupta, “Investigations of Heat Transfer in Composite Phase Material in a Shell and Tube Storage Device”, Proc. of CONV-14: Intl. Symposium on Convective Heat and Mass Transfer, Kusadasi, Turkey, 2014
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