JIN Yong

Professor of Chemical Engineering

Member of Chinese Academy of Engineering

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Professor JIN Yong is a specialist in chemical reaction engineering, especially in fluidization reaction engineering. He graduated from Ural Polytechnic College in Svirdelovsk, the former Union States of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR) in 1959. He then took postgraduate courses in the Department Chemical Engineering Tianjin University from 1959 to 1961. He worked in University of Science and Technology of China until 1973 when he transferred to Tsinghua University. He is a professor of the Department of  Chemical Engineering of Tsinghua University.

He was elected a member of Chinese Academy of  Engineering in 1997.

He is a founding member of the chemical reaction engineering division in the Department of Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University. His major research interests are heterogeneous reaction engineering including hydrodynamics, transfer behaviors, reaction kinetics modeling and scale- up in turbulent fluidized bed, circulating fluidized bed, ultra-short contacting down flow fluidized bed, moving bed, fixed bed and three phases circulating fluidized bed; coupling technology in chemical process including reaction-reaction, reaction-separation, reaction-regeneration couplings etc.; environment friendly chemical processes including reducing the heat and wastes discharge, clean alkylation process, avoiding introduction and production of hazardous materials; particles and powder technology including drying, pneumatic transportation, mixing, particle coating and surface modification of fine and ultra-fine powders.

He is a well-know scientist in the field of fluidization reaction engineering. His contribution in this field include development of new type commercial turbulent fluidized bed catalytic reactor, acrylonitrile vinyl-alcohol manufacture technology, deep catalytic cracking of residual in ultra-short contacting chemical reaction technology, particle and powder granulation, blending, coating drying and pneumatic transportation. He is a member of the advisory board of Chemical Engineering & Technology, standing director of Chinese Society of Particuology (1995- Now). He was a consultant of the Beijing Municipal Government (1988- 1994). He published more than 350 papers in refereed journals and academic meetings. He also obtained 37 patents, wrote and translated 6 books.

Select papers and publications:

  1. Wang TF, Wang JF, Jin Y. A CFD-PBM coupled model for gas-liquid flows. AICHE JOURNAL, 52 (1): 125-140, 2006.
  2. Luo PC, Cheng Y, Wang ZW, Jin Y, Yang WH. Study on the mixing behavior of thin liquid-sheet impinging jets using the PLIF technique. INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH, 45 (2): 863-870, 2006.
  3. Pan HP, Wang TJ, Yao JH, Jin Y. Granule transport and mean residence time in horizontal drum with inclined flights. POWDER TECHNOLOGY, 162 (1): 50-58, 2006.
  4. Xin HL, Wu Q, Han MH, Wang DZ, Jin Y. Alkylation of benzene with 1-dodecene in ionic liquids [Rmim]+Al2Cl6X- (R = butyl, octyl and dodecyl; X = chlorine, bromine and iodine). APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL, 292: 354-361, 2005.
  5. Chen S, Han MH, Xu C, Wang DZ, Jin Y. Structure optimization of a circulating moving bed reactor. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS, 192 (10-12): 1598-1620, 2005.
  6. Yuan YH, Han MH, Cheng, Y, Wang DZ, Jin Y. Experimental and CFD analysis of two-phase cross/countercurrent flow in the packed column with a novel internal. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, 60 (22): 6210-6216, 2005.
  7. Wang TF, Wang JF, Jin Y. Experimental study and CFD simulation of hydrodynamic behaviours in an external loop airlift slurry reactor. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, 82 (6): 1183-1190, 2004.
  8. Wang TF, Wang JF, Jin Y. An efficient numerical algorithm for "A novel theoretical breakup kernel function of bubble/droplet in a turbulent flow". CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, 59 (12): 2593-2595, 2004.
  9. Yuan YH, Han MH, Wang DZ, Jin Y. Liquid phase residence time distribution for a two-phase countercurrent flow in a packed column with a novel internal. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND PROCESSING, 43 (12): 1469-1474, 2004.
  10. Gong YL, Lan X, Jin Y. Effect of hydrothermal treatment on the structure and properties of Ni/A1(2)O(3) catalyst. CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS, 24 (12): 919-923, 2003.
  11. Li ZQ, Wei F, Jin Y. Numerical simulation of pulverized coal combustion and NO formation. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, 58 (23-24): 5161-5171, 2003.
  12. Yang J, Wang TJ, He H, Wei F, Jin Y. Particle size distribution and morphology of in situ suspension polymerized toner. INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH, 42 (22): 5568-5575, 2003.
  13. Principles of Fluidization Engineering (in Chinese), Y. Jin, J.X. Zhu, Z.W. Wang and Z.Q. Yu eds., Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, 2001.
  14. Industrial Ecology: Principles and Applications (in Chinese), Y. Jin, Y.R. Li and J.T. Feng eds., Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, 2003.
  15. Novel configurations and variants, Chapter 16 in J.R. Grace, A.A. Avidan and T.M. Knowlton eds., Circulating Fluidized Beds, Blackie Academic & Professional, 1997.
  16. Effects of internal tubes and baffles, Chapter 7 in W.-C. Yang ed., Handbook of Fluidization and Fluid-Particle Systems , Marcel Dekker Inc., 2003.
  17. Fluidization, in Encyclopedia of Chemical Engineering (Chinese) , Chem. Ind. Press, 1996