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Shuiting Ding

Bio: Shuiting Ding is an academic researcher from Beihang University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Two-stroke engine & Diesel engine. The author has an hindex of 8, co-authored 22 publications receiving 184 citations.

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TL;DR: This paper breaks traditional procedures and presents a DT-based optimization strategy on the consideration of both machining efficiency and aerodynamic performance, as well as builds a reified 5-dimensional DT model.

51 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors formulated a systematic design methodology to seek optimal parameters and geometric model of the Tesla turbine which is applied to a coolant waste heat recovery system of an automobile engine.

44 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, experiments and numerical simulations are conducted to investigate the thermohydrodynamic (THD) performance of a turbocharger rotor-bearing system, and the results suggest that solid parts play a significant role in THD analysis, because the temperature fields of solid parts affect the oil film clearances by thermal expansion.

34 citations

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Fenzhu Ji1, Zhang Xiangbo1, Farong Du1, Shuiting Ding1, Yunhai Zhao1, Zheng Xu1, Yan Wang1, Yu Zhou1 
TL;DR: In this paper, a simulation model of a range-extended electric vehicle (REEV) based on vehicle dynamic is constructed to evaluate the contribution of MGTRE to REEV performance, especially for driving range based on the New European Driving Cycle.

32 citations

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Zheng Xu1, Fenzhu Ji1, Shuiting Ding1, Yunhai Zhao1, Yu Zhou1, Qi Zhang1, Farong Du1 
TL;DR: The paper proposes a digital twin (DT)-driven optimization method with several DT modules for the system to virtually simulate and optimize the parameters, performance and manufacturing with data interaction and recorded.

25 citations


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TL;DR: This paper provides a comprehensive review of different types of EV range extending technologies, including internal combustion engines, free-piston linear generators, fuel cells, micro gas turbines, and zinc-air batteries, outlining their definitions, working mechanisms, and some recent developments of each range extending technology.
Abstract: Emissions from the transportation sector are significant contributors to climate change and health problems because of the common use of gasoline vehicles Countries in the world are attempting to transition away from gasoline vehicles and to electric vehicles (EVs), in order to reduce emissions However, there are several practical limitations with EVs, one of which is the “range anxiety” issue, due to the lack of charging infrastructure, the high cost of long-ranged EVs, and the limited range of affordable EVs One potential solution to the range anxiety problem is the use of range extenders, to extend the driving range of EVs while optimizing the costs and performance of the vehicles This paper provides a comprehensive review of different types of EV range extending technologies, including internal combustion engines, free-piston linear generators, fuel cells, micro gas turbines, and zinc-air batteries, outlining their definitions, working mechanisms, and some recent developments of each range extending technology A comparison between the different technologies, highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of each, is also presented to help address future research needs Since EVs will be a significant part of the automotive industry future, range extenders will be an important concept to be explored to provide a cost-effective, reliable, efficient, and dynamic solution to combat the range anxiety issue that consumers currently have

91 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the performance of solar thermal collectors in two different cities located in Iran (Tehran and Tabriz) is discussed for two different days (a winter day (2-Feb) and a summer day (14-Jun).

76 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a review of various types of compound parabolic concentrators-photovoltaic thermal solar collectors (CPC-PVT) is presented, including 2-and 3-D CPC, parabolic trough, and materials used for coating.
Abstract: Despite about five decades of development, commercial solar energy has not yet unable to penetrate the electric and gas options. For this particular reason, designing compound parabolic concentrators-photovoltaic thermal solar collectors (CPC-PVT) continues until achieving similar or greater performance with a comparative cost. This paper outlines the various types of CPC-PV systems concerning design advantages and limitations. The article includes comparisons on used materials, optical tolerance and efficiency, and the range of the acceptance angle. The review focuses on the historical developments regarding the use of Fresnel lens for optimizing captured sunlight, 2- and 3-D CPC, parabolic trough, and materials used for coating. It is hoped that this review helps researchers to highlight the successful trends of designing CPC by sorting out the many layers and factors that are decisive in designing CPCs. It can be seen clearly the vast opportunities for developing better designs and utilizing the qualities of the material used for reflectance and absorbance. Flat plate collectors have shown an increasing drawback to deal with temperatures of more than 100 °C . The fixed orientation of CPC has a ydisadvantage due to the limitations of capturing sunlight; however, tracking mechanism could be employed to enhance the amount of the captured sunlight. The non-imaging system is also highlighted to show its efficiency over the imaging systems concerning larger accept angles, higher concentration ratios with less volume and shorter focal length, higher optical efficiency. However, for applications such as solar-to-electric conversion, imaging, and non-imaging Fresnel lens have shown almost same conversion factor. Throughout CPC designing, particular issues have to be considered such as the ratio of reflector-to-aperture size, the formation of hot spots, and the minimising of losing of multiple reflections concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) systems are still developing where new methods, designs, and materials are still being created in order to reach a low levelled cost of energy comparable to standard silicon-based PV systems. It is very important to note that non-imaging Fresnel lenses could bring a breakthrough in commercial solar energy concentration application technology very soon.

63 citations

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TL;DR: Key developments of BTT probes, signal preprocessing and vibration monitoring are reviewed comprehensively, and detailed prospects are discussed on future directions including but not limited to uncertainty calibration, deep compressed sensing, deep learning, fusion of B TT and blade tip clearance.

59 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a new poly-generation system based on photovoltaic solar system, proton exchange membrane fuel cell and thermoelectric device is introduced, which is able to provide the electrical, thermal and cooling demand.

57 citations