• KAUST Research Conference: Combustion in Extreme Conditions

KAUST Research Conference
Combustion in Extreme Conditions

March 5-8, 2018

Invited SpeakersProfile Details

Shenqyang (Steven) Shy
Shenqyang (Steven) Shy Distinguished Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Institute of Energy Engineering at National Central University in Tao-yuan City, Taiwan.

Biography

Prof. Steven Shy is currently a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Institute of Energy Engineering at National Central University in Tao-yuan City, Taiwan. He received a Doctoral degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the University of

Washington, Seattle, U.S.A. in 1990. He held a postdoctoral appointment in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University for one and a half years and a position as Associated Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at National Central University before assuming his Professorship at NCU in 1997. Prof. Shy was the Director of the Center for Energy Research in the College of Engineering at National Central University from 2003 to 2014. Prof. Shy served as an Associate Editor and Editorial Board Member of Proceedings of the Combustion Institute during 2008 ~ 2013 for six years. He was the former Taiwan Section Chair of the Combustion Institute during 2010 ~ 2014. Professor Shy has extensive research experience in various research fields. Currently, he focuses on two research fields: (1) High-pressure, high-temperature premixed turbulent combustion relevant to gas turbine conditions, including gaseous and liquid fuels, from ignition and flame propagation to flame global quenching; (2) pressurized solid oxide fuel cells and its integration with micro gas turbines for hybrid power generation. His research is conducted in both the Combustion

Physics Laboratory and the Energy and Environment Laboratory at National Central University.


All sessions by Shenqyang (Steven) Shy

  • Day 2Monday, March 5th
11:15 am

General Correlations of High-Pressure, High-Temperature Turbulent Burning Velocities with the Consideration of Lewis Number Effect

Level 0 lecture hall between Al-Jazri and Al-Kindi (buildings 4 and 5)

KAUST 11:15 - 11:45 Details