Dr. Y. (Yongli) Wu
Yongli is a Postdoc Researcher in the Resources and Recycling group, CEG of TU Delft. He obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Northeastern University of China, and PhD degree from Monash University with the research on multiscale modelling of particle–fluid flows. His current research is on the smart extraction of solid particles from a waste flow, combining theoretical insights, simulation and modelling with experiments in the group’s laboratory and in pilot plants.
Mechanical recycling, Modelling of particle dynamics, Process optimization
Wu, Y., Hou, Q., Qi, Z., and Yu, A. (2021). Particle–pore scale modelling of particle–fluid flow. Chemical Engineering Science, 235,116500.
Wu, Y., Hou, Q., and Yu, A. (2020). Linking discrete particle simulation to continuum properties of the gas fluidization of cohesive particles. AIChE Journal, 66 (5), e16944.
Wu, Y., Hou, Q., and Yu, A. (2019). Pore–scale study of fluid flow and drag force in randomly packed beds of different porosities. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 58 (12), 5041-5053.
Wu, Y., An, X., Qian, Q., Wang, L., and Yu, A. (2018). Dynamic modelling on the confined crystallization of mono-sized cubic particles under mechanical vibration. European Physical Journal E, 41(11), 139.
Wu, Y., An, X., and Yu, A. (2017). DEM simulation of cubical particle packing under mechanical vibration. Powder Technology, 314, 89-101.
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Room: S2 1.10
Resources & Recycling
Mrs. A.P.M. Barnhoorn