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Professor Yunting Ge

Professor Yunting Ge

gey@lsbu.ac.uk

Civil and Building Services Engineering

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I am the Professor of Building Services Engineering in the School of The Built Environment and Architecture. I am also the Director of the Centre for Civil and Building Services Engineering (CCiBSE). Previously, I worked periodically as a lecturer, senior lecturer, reader and professor at Brunel University London and the University of South Wales. I gained my BSc, MSc and PhD degrees from Xi’an Jiaotong University (BSc, MSc) and Tsinghua University (PhD) in the field of Thermofluids, Energy , Hydrogen and Built Environment.

I have accumulated over 20 years of research and development experience in Built Environment, Energy Conversation Technology, Hydrogen and Thermofluids. I have unique skills in modelling development for buildings, different energy systems and components. I have also developed a CO2 transcritical compressor model which has been used by a famous commercial software ‘Energy Plus’. Many of my heat exchanger design software has been utilised by companies across the UK. In addition, I have developed a supermarket energy control system model which has been widely recongnised. I am currently leading some research projects funded by EPSRC & Innovate UK such as ‘H2-Heat: Thermal energy transport for heating and cooling with innovative hydrogen(H2) technologies. EP/T022760/1. EPSRC funding award’. As a principal investigator (PI), I have obtained more than £3.67m of research funding to support my various projects. As a Co-investigator, I have also contributed to and been involved in a number of funded research projects with total values above £11.3m. So far, I have supervised more than 10 Ph.D. students and a number of post-doctoral research fellows. Furthermore, I have published over 130 peer-reviewed scientific journals and conference papers. Externally, I am the vice President of IIR Commission E1 (International Institute of Refrigeration), appointed in 2015. I have been also the committee member of a number of international conferences.

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Current
Mrs Xinyu ZhangEXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION OF BIOMASS-CO2 TRANSCRITICAL BRAYTON CYCLES AND HEAT EXCHANGER OPTIMIZATIONSPhD
Pingyuan LangPhD
PhD

Tsinghua University

1993
1997
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Brunel University London

2008
Professor
University of South Wales

Teaching, Research and Administration

2018
2020
Education
Reader
Brunel University London

Teaching, Research and Administration

2005
2018
Education
ProposalProjectRoleFunderStatusStatus last updated
HySupHySupPrincipal InvestigatorEngineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)OPEN In preparationJun 2022
Bridgend Local Energy Market Phase 2 (AG Project 2) Bridgend Local Energy Market Phase 2 (AG Project 2) Co-InvestigatorBridgend County Borough CouncilOPEN Approved for submissionNov 2021
Institute of Refrigeration
2010

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Alloy selections in high-temperature metal hydride heat pump systems for industrial waste heat recovery
Ge, Y. and Lang, P. (2022). Alloy selections in high-temperature metal hydride heat pump systems for industrial waste heat recovery. Energy Reports. 8, p. 3649–3660. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egyr.2022.02.279

The effect of heat conduction through fins on the performance of finned-tube CO2 supercritical gas coolers
Zhang, X. and Ge, Y. (2021). The effect of heat conduction through fins on the performance of finned-tube CO2 supercritical gas coolers. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer . 181, p. 121908. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2021.121908

Economic performance evaluation of the wind supercharging solar chimney power plant combining desalination and waste heat after parameter optimization
Zuo, L., Liu, Z., Dai, P., Qu, N., Ding, L., Zheng, Y. and Ge, Y. (2021). Economic performance evaluation of the wind supercharging solar chimney power plant combining desalination and waste heat after parameter optimization. Energy. 227, p. 120496. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2021.120496

CFD modelling development and experimental validation of a phase change material (PCM) heat exchanger with spiral-wired tubes
Youssef, W., Ge, Y. and Tassou, S.A. (2018). CFD modelling development and experimental validation of a phase change material (PCM) heat exchanger with spiral-wired tubes. Energy Conversion and Management. 157, pp. 498-510. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enconman.2017.12.036

Performance evaluation of a low-grade power generation system with CO2 transcritical power cycles
Ge, Y., Li, L., Luo, X. and Tassou, S.A. (2017). Performance evaluation of a low-grade power generation system with CO2 transcritical power cycles. Applied Energy. 227, pp. 220-230. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2017.07.086

Effects of latent heat storage and controls on stability and performance of a solar assisted heat pump system for domestic hot water production
Youssef, W., Ge, Y. and Tassou (2017). Effects of latent heat storage and controls on stability and performance of a solar assisted heat pump system for domestic hot water production. Solar Energy. 150, pp. 394-407. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.solener.2017.04.065

Design Optimisation of CO2 Gas Cooler/Condenser in a Refrigeration System
Ge, Y., Tassou, S.A., Santosa, I.D. and Tsamos, K. (2015). Design Optimisation of CO2 Gas Cooler/Condenser in a Refrigeration System. Energy Procedia. 61, pp. 2311-2314. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.1191