Shuang Wang

Research Officer

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Location
Craig Building (35A), C2.03-6

Email
shuang.wang1@anu.edu.au

Clusters
Energy

Publications
Google Scholar

Interests

  • Solar thermal receiver
  • Renewable energy system modelling
  • Green hydrogen
  • Wind and solar resource assessment

Biography

Shuang is currently a Research Officer in the Thermal Energy group. He finished his PhD in 2022 from ANU, specialising in design and optimisation of a heliostat field and a sodium receiver for next-generation CSP plants. Following his PhD, he worked at Windlab before returning to ANU for research. Shuang holds both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Energy & Power Engineering from Xi’an Jiaotong University, China.

Research

Shuang is currently working on an ARENA-funded PV-DEH (Direct Electrical Heating) project and a HILTCRC-funded Green Hydrogen Hub project. He is also a guest lecturer and tutor for the Wind Energy (ENGN4548/ENGN6548) course.

Publications

  • Wang S, Asselineau C A, Fontalvo A, et al. “Co-optimisation of the heliostat field and receiver for concentrated solar power plants.” Applied Energy 348 (2023): 121513.
  • Wang S, Asselineau C A, Logie W R, et al. MDBA: An accurate and efficient method for aiming heliostats[J]. Solar Energy, 2021, 225: 694-707.
  • Wang S, Asselineau C A, Wang Y, et al. Performance enhancement of cavity receivers with spillage skirts and secondary reflectors in concentrated solar dish and tower systems[J]. Solar Energy, 2020, 208: 708-727.
  • Wang S, Qu J G, Kong L J, et al. Numerical and experimental study of heat-transfer characteristics of needle-to-ring-type ionic wind generator for heated-plate cooling[J]. International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 2019, 139: 176-185.
  • Wang S, Zhang J, Kong L, et al. A numerical investigation on the cooling capacity of needle-ring type electrostatic fluid accelerators for round plate with uniform and non-uniform heat flux[J]. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2017, 113: 1-5.

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