Bin Zhang

Office:
3390 Science & Engineering Hall
800 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Emails:
bzh@gwu.edu    bzh@email.gwu.edu


About

  • 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


    Research

    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


    Publications

  • Thesis/Dissertation:
  • 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"

  • Journal Articles:
  • 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"

  • Conference Proceedings:
  • To be updated