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800 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20052
Ph.D. The George Washington University 2016
M.S. University of Notre Dame 2012
B.S. University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) 2009
Bin has over nine years' experiences in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). His most recent researches include: high-order methods
unstructured dynamic grids
high performance computing (HPC)
rotating flows and vortex dynamics
B. Zhang,  Ph.D. Dissertation, July 2016
"A High-Order Computational Framework for Simulating Flows around Rotating and Moving Objects"
B. Zhang,  M.S. Thesis, July 2012
"Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flow over Hemispherical Turrets with Application to Aero-Optics"
B. Zhang, C. Liang,  to be submitted
"A 3D Massively Parallel, High-Order Accurate Solver for Simulating Flows around Rotating and Moving Objects"
B. Zhang, C. Liang, J. Yang, Y. Rong,  Computers & Fluids, 139: 184-196, 2016
"A 2D Parallel High-Order Sliding and Deforming Spectral Difference Method"
J. Yang, B. Zhang, C. Liang, Y. Rong,  Computers & Fluids, 139: 17-35, 2016
"A High-Order Flux Reconstruction Method with Adaptive Mesh Refinement and Artificial Diffusivity on Unstructured Moving/Deforming Mesh for Shock Capturing"
B. Zhang, C. Liang,  Journal of Computational Physics, 295: 147-160, 2015
"A Simple, Efficient, and High-Order Accurate Curved Sliding-Mesh Interface Approach to Spectral Difference Method on Coupled Rotating and Stationary Domains"
C. Liang, K. Miyaji, B. Zhang,  Journal of Computational Physics, 256: 55-68, 2014
"An Efficient Correction Procedure via Reconstruction for Simulation of Viscous Flow on Moving and Deforming Domains"
To be updated