Qingyan (Yan) Chen
Reilly Professor of Mechanical Engineering
585 Purdue Mall
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2088
- B.Sc. Tsinghua, '83
- M.Sc. Delft University of Technology, '85
- Ph.D. Delft University of Technology, '88
- Indoor and outdoor airflow modeling by computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and measurements
- Building ventilation systems
- Indoor air quality (IAQ)
- Energy analysis
Ten Select Publications
Yin, Y., Gupta, J. K., Zhang, X., Liu, J., and Chen, Q. 2011. “Distributions of contaminant exhaled out by a patient with different postures and exhaling modes in a single-bed inpatient room,” Buildings and Environment, 46(1), 75-81.
Zuo, W. and Chen, Q. 2010. “Simulations of air distribution in buildings by FFD on GPU,” HVAC&R Research,16(6), 785-798.
Wang, L., Dols, W.S., and Chen, Q. 2010. “Using CFD capabilities of CONTAM 3.0 for simulating airflow and contaminant transport in and around buildings,” HVAC&R Research,16(6), 749-763.
Wang, M. and Chen, Q. 2010. “On a hybrid RANS/LES approach for indoor airflow modeling,” HVAC&R Research,16(6), 731-747.
Zuo, W., Hu, J., and Chen, Q. 2010 “Improvements on FFD modeling by using different numerical schemes,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals, 58(1), 1-16.
Wei, J., Zhao, J., and Chen, Q. 2010. “Optimal design for a dual-airflow window for different climate regions in China,” Energy and Buildings, 42, 2200-2205.
Mazumdar, S., Yin, Y., Guity, A., Marmion, P., Gulick, B., Chen, Q. 2010. “Impact of moving objects on contaminant concentration distributions in an inpatient room with displacement ventilation,” HVAC&R Research, 16(5), 545-564.
Poussou, S., Mazumdar, S., Plesniak, M.W., and Sojka, P. and Chen, Q. 2010. “Flow and contaminant transport in an airliner cabin induced by a moving body: Scale model experiments and CFD predictions,” Atmospheric Environment, 44(24), 2830-2839.
Chen, X. and Chen, Q. 2010. “Comparison of different decontaminant delivery methods for sterilizing unoccupied commercial airliner cabins,” Building and Environment, 45(9), 2027-2034.