CEG Board
Zhong Zheng Zhong Zheng
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Email: zzheng@Princeton.EDU
Current Place of Work: Princeton University
Current Position: PhD Candidate

Research Interest:

Zhong Zheng has broad interests in energy science, engineering and policy issues. Zhong is also interested in China issues. Zhong’s current research projects include:
1) Multi-phase flow dynamics in porous reservoirs with application to carbon capture and storage (CCS), enhance oil recovery (EOR), and shale gas recovery processes;
2) CCS source-sink match, early demonstration, and international collaboration opportunities;
3) Coupled decision-making processes between countries and stakeholders in energy field;
4) Energy system integration and optimization, China energy strategy and policy.

Selected Publications:

  1. Zhong Zheng, Ivan C. Christov, Howard A. Stone. Influence of Heterogeneity on Second-kind Self-similar Solutions for Gravity Currents. Submitted to Journal of Fluid Mechanics.

  2. Zhong Zheng, Beatrice Soh, Herbert E. Huppert, Howard A. Stone. Fluid Drainage from the Edge of a Porous Reservoir. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 2013, 718, 558-568.

  3. Zhong Zheng, Eric D. Larson, Zheng Li, Guangjian Liu, Robert H. Williams. Near-Term Mega-Scale CCS Demonstration Opportunities in China. Energy and Environmental Science. Energy Environ. Sci., 2010, 3, 1153-1169.

  4. Zhong Zheng, Dan Gao, Linwei Ma, Zheng Li, Weidou Ni. CCS Source-sink Match Design and Optimization in Jing-Jin-Ji Region of China. Frontier of Energy and Power Engineering in China, 2009, 3: 359-368.

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