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CHEN Dongping

  • Name
    CHEN Dongping
  • Title
    Associate Professor
  • Address
    Room 236, Teaching building No.3, School of Mechatronical Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China
  • Tel
  • Email
    dc516@bit.edu.cn

Research Interests

Combustion chemistry
Soot formation
Kinetic modeling
Application of quantum chemistry and electronic structure calculations
Molecular dynamics
Methods of large-scale optimization
Aerosol dynamics
Transport theories
Supercritical fluids
Denotantion

Academic Achievements

Awards:
Danckwerts-Pergamon Prize for Best PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge, 2014

Reviewer:
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, Carbon, Nanoscale , Combustion and Flame, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, RSC Advances, Energy & Fuel, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Aerosol Science & Technology
1. D. Chen, H. Wang, “A microscopic view of clustering phenomenon in supercritical argon and n-octane”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Submitted, 2018. (SCI, IF=4.1)

2. D. Chen, H. Wang, “HOMO-LUMO energy splitting in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and their derivatives”, Proceeding of Combustion Institute, Accepted, 2018. (SCI, IF=3.2)

3. C. Liu, D. Chen, H. Wang, “Gas-Particle Momentum Accommodation Coefficient From Specular To Diffuse Scattering”, Physical Review Letters, Submitted, 2018. (SCI, IF=8.5)

4. A. Singh, D. Chen, C. Liu, K. Wan, H. Wang, “Apparent optical bandgap of flame-synthesized carbon nanoparticles”, Combustion and Flame, Submitted, 2018. (SCI, IF=3.7)

5. D. Chen, K. Wang, H, Wang, “Violation of collision limit in recently published reaction models”, Combustion and Flame, 186:208-210, 2017. (SCI, IF=3.7)

6. D. Chen, H. Wang, “Cation-π Interactions between Flame Chemi-ions and Aromatic Compounds”, Energy & Fuels, 31: 2345-2355, 2016. (SCI, IF=3.1)

7. J. Camacho, A. Singh, W. Wang, R. Shan, E. K. Yapp, D. Chen, M. Kraft, H. Wang, “Soot particle size distributions in premixed stretch-stabilized flat ethylene-oxygen-argon flames”, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 36: 1001-1009, 2016. (SCI, IF=3.2)

8. P. Grancic, J. Martin, D. Chen, S. Mosbach, M. Kraft, “Can soot particles burn from inside?”, Carbon, 109: 608-615, (2016). (SCI, IF=6.3)

9. M. Botero, D. Chen, S. Celera, D. Jefferson, M. Kraft, “HRTEM evaluation of soot particles produced by the non-premixed combustion of liquid fuels”, Carbon, 96: 459-473, (2016). (SCI, IF=6.3)

10. J. Wang, S. Seifert, R. Winans, E. Tolmachoff, Y. Xin, D. Chen, H. Wang, S. Anderson, “In situ X-Ray scattering and dynamical modeling of Pd catalyst nanoparticles formed in flames”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119(33): 19073-19082, (2015). (SCI, IF=4.5)

11. D. Chen, J. Akroyd, S. Mosbach, M. Kraft, “Surface reactivity of polycyclic aromatics hydrocarbon clusters”, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 35(2): 1811-1818, (2015). (SCI, IF=3.2)

12. E. Yapp, D. Chen, J. Akroyd, S. Mosbach, M. Kraft, J. Camacho, H. Wang, “Numerical simulation and parametric sensitivity study of particle size distributions in a burner-stabilised stagnation flame”, Combustion and Flame, 162(6): 2569-2581, (2015). (SCI, IF=3.7)

13. D. Chen, J. Akroyd, S. Mosbach, M. Kraft, “Solid-liquid transitions in homogenous ovalene, hexabenzocoronene and circumcoronene clusters: A molecular dynamics study”, Combustion and Flame, 162(2): 486-495, (2015). (SCI, IF=3.7)

14. D. Chen, T. Totton, J. Akroyd, S. Mosbach, M. Kraft, “Phase change of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon clusters by mass addition”, Carbon, 77: 25-35, (2014). (SCI, IF=6.3)

15. D. Chen, T. Totton, J. Akroyd, S. Mosbach, M. Kraft, “Size-dependent melting of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) nano-clusters: A molecular dynamics study”, Carbon, 67: 79-91, (2014) (SCI, IF=6.3)

16. D. Chen, Z. Zainuddin, E. Yapp, J. Akroyd, S. Mosbach, M. Kraft, “A fully coupled simulation of PAH and soot growth with a population balance model”, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 34: 1827–1835, (2013). (SCI, IF=3.2)