1.BASIC INFORMATION
•Name: Guo Yin-Cheng  
•Affiliation: Tsinghua University
•Address: Department of Engineering Mechanics
                   Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084,China
 
2.EDUCATION 
1984-1988: National University of Defence Technology
                      undergraduate student
                      major field: Solid Propellant Rocket Motor
                      obtained Bachelor Degree in July 1988
1988-1991: Department of Aerospace Technology,National University of Defence Technology 
                      graduate student
                      major field: Solid Propellant Rocket Motor
                      obtained Master Degree in June 1991
1991-1995: Department of Engineering Mechanics,Tsinghua University
                      doctoral student
                      major field: Thermal Science
                      obtained Doctor Degree in March 1996
 
3.WORKING EXPERIENCE 
           Year                   Position                                                            Organization
1995.7-1997.7         Post Doctor                      Institute of Nuclear Energy Technology, Tsinghua University
1997.7-1998.8         Lecturer                            Department of Engineering Mechanics, Tsinghua University
1998.9-Present       Associate Professor      Department of Engineering Mechanics, Tsinghua University
 
4.ENGAGED IN RESEARCH FIELDS
(1) Numerical Simulations and Experimental Studies of Gas-Particle Flows 
(2) Numerical Modeling of Gas Combustion in Industry Furnace
(3) Numerical Simulation of Pulverized Coal Combustion
(4) Numerical Simulation of Air Pollution in Beijing City
(5) Large Eddy Simulation of Gas-Particle Flows in Fluidized beds
(6) Large Eddy Simulation of Methane Jet Combustion
(7) Numerical Simulation of Smoke Movement and Fire Spread in Buildings
(8) Studies on Removal of Carbon Dioxide by Aqueous Ammonia
(9) Numerical Simulation of Combustion Process in a Scramjet Combustor
 
5.International Journal Papers
(1) Niu Zhenqi, Guo Yincheng, Lin Wenyi, Experimental studies on removal of carbon dioxide by aqueous ammonia fine spray, SCIENCE CHINA Technological Sciences, Jan. 2010, Vol.53, pp.117-122. (SCI:581TG;EI:20101612848845) 
(2) T. X. Qin, Y. C. Guo, C. K. Chan and W. Y. Lin, Numerical Simulation of the Spread of Smoke in an Atrium under Fire Scenarios, Building and Environment, 2009, Vol.44, pp.56-65. (SCI:367QZ;EI:20083811559285)
(3) L. M. Zou, Y. C. Guo, C. K. Chan, Cluster-based drag coefficient model for simulating gas–solid flow in a fast-fluidized bed. Chemical Engineering Science, 63(4), pp: 1052-1061, 2008 (SCI:261PO;EI:20080111007068)
(4) Jiang P, Guo Y C, Chan C K, Lin,W Y. Frequency characteristics of coherent structures and their excitations in small aspect-ratio rectangular jets using large eddy simulation. Computers and Fluids, Mar. 2007, Vol.36(3), pp.611-621. (SCI:129GI;EI:20065010296265)
(5) Liu Chunrong, Guo Yincheng, Mechanisms for particle clustering in upward gas-solid flows, Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2006, 14(2), pp.141-148. (SCI:038IQ;EI:2006279979826)
(6) X. G. Zhang, Y. C. Guo, C. K. Chan, W. Y. Lin, Numerical simulation of fire spread and smoke movement in an underground car park. Building and Environment, Vol.42, 2007, pp.3466-3475. (SCI:191QH;EI:20072410649186)
(7) T. X. Qin, Y. C. Guo, C. K. Chan and W. Y. Lin, Numerical Investigation of Smoke Exhaust Mechanism in a Gymnasium under Fire Scenarios, Building and Environment, Vol.41, 2006, pp.1203-1213. (SCI:043PS;EI:2006179841061)
(8) C. K. Chan, Y. C. Guo, K. S. Lau, Numerical modeling of gas–particle flow using a comprehensive kinetic theory with turbulence modulation, Powder Technology, 150 (2005) pp.42–55. (SCI:900IW;EI:2005078842987)
(9) T. X. Qin, Y. C. Guo, C. K. Chan, K. S. Lau and W. Y. Lin, Numerical simulation of fire-induced flow through a stairwell, Building and Environment, Vol.40, 2005, pp.183-194. (SCI:878VJ;EI:2004428411067)
(10) Y. C. GUO, C. K. CHAN, K. S. Lau, Numerical studies of Pulverized Coal Combustion in a Tubular Coal Combusor with Slanted Oxygen Jet, Fuel, Vol.82, 2003, pp.893-907. (SCI:663KC;EI:2003127402517)
(11) Y. C. GUO, C. K. CHAN, K. S. Lau, A Pure Eulerian Model for Simulating Dilute Spray Combustion, Fuel, Vol.81(16) Dec, 2002, pp.2131-2144. (SCI:598XC;EI:2002347054004)
(12) Y. C. GUO, C. K. CHAN, A Multi--Fluid Model for Simulating Turbulent Gas-Particle Flow and Pulverized Coal Combustion, Fuel, Vol.79(12) July, 2000, pp.1467-1476. (SCI:336GL;EI:2000405295204)