CFD & AMP Center
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
West Virginia University
E: ismail.celik@mail.wvu.edu

Dr. Tao Yang

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Post Doctoral Fellow
Engineering Sciences Bldg.
ESB 309
(304) 293-3197
(304) 293-6689
tayang@mail.wvu.edu
West Virginia University
Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering
Morgantown, WV 26505-6106

Research Projects

Dynamic 3D multi-physics cathode/anode model

Related publications

  • S. Pakalapati, I. Celik, H. Finklea, M. Gong, and X. Liu, "A Micro-Scale Model for Oxygen Reduction on LSM-YSZ Cathode", ECS Transactions 2011, 35(1): 963-976
  • H. Finklea, X. Chen, K, Gerdes, S. Pakalapati, and I. Celik, "Analysis of SOFCs Using Reference Electrodes", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 160 (9) F1055-F1066 (2013)
  • T. Yang, I. B. Celik, S. R. Pakalapati, K. Gerdes, "Modeling of Transport Mechanisms in SOFCs with Microstructure Reconstruction of Porous Electrodes", submitted/accepted to 225th ECS Meeting (Orlando, FL, May 11-16, 2014).
  • T. Yang, I. B. Celik, S. R. Pakalapati, H. O. Finklea, and K. Gerdes, "Validation of Various Oxidation and Reduction Models for SOFC Electrodes", submitted/accepted to 225th ECS Meeting (Orlando, FL, May 11-16, 2014).
  • T. Yang, I. B. Celik, S. R. Pakalapati, and K. Gerdes, "Tortuosity Calculation and its Applications on Numerical Analysis of SOFCs", submitted/accepted to 12th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels( Chicago, IL, August 3-7, 2014)