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Haibin achieved his MEng degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at the University of Strathclyde in 2012, with a sound understanding of naval architecture, marine engineering and environment protection regulations, and undertook a series of naval architecture and marine engineering courses. In 2017, he obtained a PhD in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from this university through experimental testing and CFD simulating a carbon capture method to reduce the CO2 emission onboard ship to meet the IMO’s carbon emission reduction target by 2020. Prior to the Teaching Fellow role, he worked as a research associate focusing on research projects, e.g. SHIPLYS, TrAM, NH3CRAFT etc.
His research areas include Innovative green energy technologies, Renewable energy: solar and wind power, Alternative fuels: hydrogen, ammonia, biofuel, LNG, etc., Emission control solutions, Full electric vehicles, System simulation & analysis, Risk and safety analysis, Life cycle analysis, Digital twin modelling and Autonomous ship development.
He is contributing and has been contributing to the delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate modules in the following topics: Heat exchange fundamentals, Thermaldynamics, Optimization methods, Life cycle analysis, Marine engine fundamentals, Marine piping systems and pumps, Ship design, Transmission and propulsion systems, Simulation and modelling etc.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Doctor of Philosophy, Carbon capture and storage - solidification and storage of CO2 captured on ships, University Of Strathclyde
1 Oct 2012 → 30 Jun 2017
Award Date: 30 Jun 2017
Master of Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, University of Strathclyde
1 Oct 2009 → 12 Jul 2012
Award Date: 12 Jul 2012
Bachelor of Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering , Harbin Engineering University
1 Sept 2007 → 11 Jul 2011
Award Date: 11 Jul 2011
- Life Cycle Assessment
- Carbon Capture
- Experimental Design
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Safe and efficient storage of ammonia within ships (NH3CRAFT) HORIZON-IA
Zhou, P., Jeong, B. & Wang, H.
1/06/22 → 31/05/25
Ship Lifecycle Software Solutions (SHIPLYS) H2020 SC3
Zhou, P., Yuan, Z., Oguz, E., Wang, H. & Jeong, B.
European Commission - Horizon 2020
1/09/16 → 31/08/19
Establishment of a design study for comprehensive hydrodynamic optimisation in the preliminary stage of the ship designAung, M. Z., Nazemian, A., Boulougouris, E., Wang, H., Duman, S. & Xu, X., 9 May 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Ships and Offshore Structures . p. 1-14 14 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile1 Downloads (Pure)
Comparison of decarbonisation solutions for shipping: hydrogen, ammonia and batteriesWang, H., Trivyza, N., Boulougouris, E. & Mylonopoulos, F., 26 Jun 2022.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › peer-review
Solidification and storage of carbon captured on ships (CCS)Author: Wang, H., 23 Jan 2017
Supervisor: Zhou, P. (Supervisor) & Clelland, D. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis
Frontiers in Energy Research (Journal)
Haibin Wang (Peer reviewer)10 Feb 2023
Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work types › Editorial board member
Haibin Wang (Peer reviewer)25 Jul 2022
Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work types › Journal or guest editorship