Li Chen (陈黎)
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A critical review of the pseudopotential multiphase lattice Boltzmann model: Methods and applications
L Chen, Q Kang, Y Mu, YL He, WQ Tao
International journal of heat and mass transfer 76, 210-236, 2014
Nanoscale simulation of shale transport properties using the lattice Boltzmann method: permeability and diffusivity
L Chen, L Zhang, Q Kang, J Yao, W Tao
Scientific Report 5 (8089), 2015
Pore-scale flow and mass transport in gas diffusion layer of proton exchange membrane fuel cell with interdigitated flow fields
L Chen, HB Luan, YL He, WQ Tao
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 51, 132-144, 2012
Numerical investigation of the coupled water and thermal management in PEM fuel cell
TF Cao, H Lin, L Chen, YL He, WQ Tao
Applied energy 112, 1115-1125, 2013
Pore-scale modeling of multiphase reactive transport with phase transitions and dissolution-precipitation processes in closed systems
L Chen, Q Kang, BA Robinson, YL He, WQ Tao
Physical Review E 87 (4), 043306, 2013
The lattice Boltzmann method for isothermal micro-gaseous flow and its application in shale gas flow: a review
J Wang, L Chen, Q Kang, SS Rahman
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 95, 94–108, 2016
Pore-scale study of dissolution-induced changes in permeability and porosity of porous media
Q Kang, L Chen, AJ Valocchi, HS Viswanathan
Journal of Hydrology 517, 1049-1055, 2014
Generalized lattice Boltzmann model for flow through tight porous media with Klinkenberg's effect
L Chen, W Fang, Q Kang, JDH Hyman, HS Viswanathan, WQ Tao
Physical Review E 91 (3), 033004, 2015
Lattice Boltzmann pore-scale investigation of coupled physical-electrochemical processes in C/Pt and non-precious metal cathode catalyst layers in proton exchange membrane fuel …
L Chen, G Wu, EF Holby, P Zelenay, WQ Tao, Q Kang
Electrochimica Acta 158, 175-186, 2015
Pore-scale simulation of multicomponent multiphase reactive transport with dissolution and precipitation
L Chen, Q Kang, Q Tang, BA Robinson, YL He, WQ Tao
Inernational Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 85, 935–949, 2015
Apparent permeability prediction of organic shale with generalized lattice Boltzmann model considering surface diffusion effect
J Wang, L Chen, Q Kang, SS Rahman
Fuel 181, 478-490, 2016
Multi-scale modeling of proton exchange membrane fuel cell by coupling finite volume method and lattice Boltzmann method
L Chen, YL Feng, CX Song, L Chen, YL He, WQ Tao
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 63, 268-283, 2013
Pore-scale study of diffusion–reaction processes involving dissolution and precipitation using the lattice Boltzmann method
L Chen, Q Kang, B Carey, WQ Tao
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 75, 483-496, 2014
Pore‐scale study of dissolution‐induced changes in hydrologic properties of rocks with binary minerals
L Chen, Q Kang, HS Viswanathan, WQ Tao
Water Resources Research 50 (12), WR015646, 2014
Modeling of multi-scale transport phenomena in shale gas production—a critical review
H Wang, L Chen, Z Qu, Y Yin, Q Kang, B Yu, WQ Tao
Applied Energy 262, 114575, 2020
Permeability prediction of shale matrix reconstructed using the elementary building block model
L Chen, Q Kang, Z Dai, HS Viswanathan, W Tao
Fuel 160, 346-356, 2015
Investigation of methane adsorption and its effect on gas transport in shale matrix through microscale and mesoscale simulations
Z Li, T Min, L Chen, Q Kang, H Ya-Ling, WQ Tao
submitted to International journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2015
Pore-scale prediction of transport properties in reconstructed nanostructures of organic matter in shales
L Chen, Q Kang, R Pawar, YL He, WQ Tao
Fuel 158, 650–656, 2015
Lattice Boltzmann modeling of pool boiling with large liquid-gas density ratio
WZ Fang, L Chen, QJ Kang, WQ Tao
International journal of thermal sciences 114, 172-183, 2017
Coupled numerical approach combining finite volume and lattice Boltzmann methods for multi-scale multi-physicochemical processes
L Chen, YL He, Q Kang, WQ Tao
Journal of Computational Physics 255, 83-105, 2013
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