College of Mechanical and Transportation Engineering
Power Engineering and Engineering Thermo-physics
Petrochemical Process Equipment
Research Group Introduction
This research group is mainly engaged in research and development of thermal conversion foundations and technologies for the pyrolysis and gasification of hydrocarbons such as heavy oil, biomass, coal, and oil shale.
Students who are interested in clean energy utilization technology are welcome to join!
Y. Zhang*, L. Huang, X. Xi, et al. Deep Conversion of Venezuela Heavy Oil via Integrated Cracking and Coke Gasification–Combustion Process. Energy Fuels, 2017, 31 (9), 9915–9922.
Y. Zhang*, L. Huang, X. Zhang, et al. Upgrading of Canadian Oil Sand Bitumen via Cracking and Coke Gasification: Effect of Catalyst and Operating Parameters. Energy Fuels, 2017, 31 (7), 7438–7444.
Y. Zhang, M. Yao, S. Gao, et al. Reactivity and kinetics for steam gasification of petroleum coke blended with black liquor in a micro fluidized bed. Applied Energy. 2015, 160 (15): 820-828.
Y. Zhang*, M. Yao, G. Sun, et al. Characteristics and kinetics of coked catalyst regeneration via steam gasification in a micro fluidized bed. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 53: 6316-6324, 2014.
Y. Zhang, D. Yu, W. Li, et al. Bifunctional Catalyst for Petroleum Residue Cracking Gasification. Fuel 117: 1196-1203, 2014.
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