Meng Wang

Position:

Alumni

Section:

Engineering Thermodynamics

 

PhD Thesis:

https://repository.tudelft.nl/islandora/object/uuid%3A0913c6df-9f01-42a5-add2-302ff0f2b156?collection=research

Research interests:
Absorption refrigeration & heat pumps

 

Ionic Liquid-Refrigerant Mixture for Highly Efficient Absorption Heat Pump Systems

 

Recent Research activities:
Absorption heat pump (AHP) with ionic liquid (IL):

    

 

Figure 1 Background of this research: Using ILs in the AHP systems for building heating.

  • ·         Properties estimation of NH3/ILs pairs
  • ·         NH3/ILs pairs in single-effect AHP
  • ·         NH3/ILs pairs in double-effect AHP
  • ·         Absorption of NH3 by ILs

 

 

Figure 2 Performance of NH3/IL working pairs in single-effect AHP (a heating COP).

 

 

Figure 3 Performance of NH3/IL working pairs in double-effect AHP (a cooling COP).

 

 

Key publications:

 Wang M., Infante Ferreira C. A.,  (2017) Absorption heat pump cycles with NH3 – ionic liquid working pairs. Applied Energy, Vol. 204,  Pages 819-830.

Wang M., Becker, T.M.,  Infante Ferreira C. A., (2018)  Assessment of vapor-liquid equilibrium models for ionic liquid based working pairs in absorption cycles. International Journal of Refrigeration, Vol. 87, pp. 10-25.

Wang, M., Becker, T.M., Schouten, B.A., ., Vlugt, T.J.H., Infante Ferreira, C.A (2018).  “Ammonia/ionic liquid based double-effect vapor absorption refrigeration cycles driven by waste heat for cooling in fishing vessels”. Energy Conversion and Management., Vol. 174, pp. 824–843.

Other Achievements:

Best Student Paper Award in the 12th IIR Gustav Lorentzen Natural Working Fluids Conference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education, publications and secondary employment