Ancient Irrigation Study
Zhu started her PhD research on Ancient Irrigation Study in September 2010. The research aims at understanding ancient irrigation system by developing new approaches in combination with multidisciplinary study. For now, she is working on capturing the reality of the case of ancient irrigation in Zhengguo Canal of China with regard to different periods based on a timeline of implementation and reconstruction. The hydraulic model will be applied to analyze water flow process and water delivery within the canal system and the hydrological model will be used to simulate dynamic water system. The models demonstrating the human influence (e.g. population, settlement pattern and cropping behavior) will be built based on object-oriented architecture. Compared with pure physical modeling, the models developed will take into account multiple components as a truly integrative discipline.
HOU Longjun, ZHU Tianduowa, LI Fajun (2010), Study on Calculation Methods of Hydro-geological Parameter; Journal of Ground Water (In Chinese)
JIANG Ling, ZHU Tianduowa, XU Bin (2010), Study on Preparation and Coagulation Properties of Polyferric Sulfate and Polyacrylamide Composite Flocculants; Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (iCBBE), 2010 4th International Conference on
ZHAO Bao-feng, KANG Weidong, ZHUTIAN Duo-wa, MA Lian-jing (2009), Aquifer Parameter Recognition Based on Numerical Simulation; Journal of Earth Sciences and Environment (In Chinese)
ZHAO Bao-feng, KANG Weidong, ZHUTIAN Duo-wa, MA Lian-jing (2009), Aquifer Parameter Recognition by Combining Simulation of Pumping Test and Water Level of Long-term Observation Well; Journal of Jilin University (Earth Science Edition, in Chinese)
ZHU Tianduowa, LIU Yan (2008), Evolvement Analysis of Weihe Runoff; Journal of Ground Water (In Chinese)