Chen Li

Chen Li, PhD.
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
University of South Carolina

Dr. Li is an Assistant Professor with the Mechanical Engineering department at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Li's research interests are micro/nano-scale two-phase heat and flow physics, prediction, control and modeling. His research is aimed at developing and verifying theories for two-phase transport behaviors and the application of these theories towards controlling two-phase heat and flows at micro/nano-scale. Dr. Li received a PhD. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
TECHNOLOGIES
High Frequency Microbubble-switched Oscillations Modulated by Microfluidic Transistors
Ultra-efficient Two-phase Evaporators/Boilers Enabled by Nano-tip-Induced Boundary Layers
Vapor Nanobubble Generation and Flows Enabled by Novel Superhydrophilic Bi-porous Interfaces
On-Demand Sweating-Boosted Air Cooled Heat-Pipe Condensers
Manufacturable Nickle-Graphene Interface for Highly Efficient and Durable Condensers
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