Imperial College London

Dr. Han Yuan

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

Research Associate
 
 
 
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City and Guilds BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Han is a Research Associate at Electrochemical Science and Engineering and works with Dr.Monica Marinescu and Prof.Gregory Offer. His current research focuses on building up a computational framework to help optimise and design Li-ion batteries.

Before joining Imperial College London, he worked as a Research Fellow at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University as a recipient of an RGC Postdoctoral Fellowship (given to only 25 exceptional young scholars worldwide).

He obtained PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London (2020) and was fully funded by Imperial College President's PhD scholarship.(The most prestigious PhD scholarship at Imperial College). Originally, he comes from Hunan, China. he finished his undergraduate and master's studies at Central South University (BS, 2013) and Tongji University(MS, 2016) respectively.

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Journals

Wang Z, Liu N, Yuan H, et al., 2022, Smouldering and its transition to flaming combustion of polyurethane foam: An experimental study, Fuel, Vol:309, ISSN:0016-2361

Lin S, Yuan H, Huang X, 2021, A computational study on the quenching and near-limit propagation of smoldering combustion, Combustion and Flame, Vol:238, ISSN:0010-2180

He X, Hu Z, Restuccia F, et al., 2021, Self-heating ignition of large ensembles of Lithium-ion batteries during storage with different states of charge and cathodes, Applied Thermal Engineering, Vol:197, ISSN:1359-4311

Yuan H, Restuccia F, Rein G, 2021, Spontaneous ignition of soils: a multi-step reaction scheme to simulate self-heating ignition of smouldering peat fires, International Journal of Wildland Fire, Vol:30, ISSN:1049-8001, Pages:440-453

Hu Z, He X, Restuccia F, et al., 2021, Numerical study of scale effects on self-heating ignition of lithium-ion batteries stored in boxes, shelves and racks, Applied Thermal Engineering, Vol:190, ISSN:1359-4311

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