CEG Board
Zhong Zheng Zhong Zheng
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
 
 

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

Research Interest:

Zhong Zheng’s current research focuses on developing new reduced-order transport models for energy and environmental problems. Using a combination of theoretical modeling, laboratory experiments, and numerical simulations, the goal of his research is to increase our fundamental understandings and control capabilities of multi-phase fluid flows and soft materials. On the other hand, he also explores the possible applications to energy and environmental processes such as geological CO2 storage, geothermal energy recovery, shale gas recovery, underground energy storage, and sea ice dynamics.

Publications:


 

 

13. Z. Zheng, H. Kim, H. A. Stone, 2015. Controlling viscous fingering using time-dependent strategies, Physical Review Letters, 115: 174501.

12. Z. Zheng, I. Griffiths, H. A. Stone, 2015. Propagation of a viscous thin film over an elastic membrane, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 784: 443--464.

11. Z. Zheng, S. Shin, H. A. Stone, 2015. Converging gravity currents over a permeable substrate, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 778: 669--690.

10. Z. Zheng, B. Guo, I. C. Christov, M. A. Celia, H. A. Stone, 2015. Flow regimes for fluid injection into a confined porous medium, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 767, 881--909 (2015 CMI Best Paper Award for Postdoctoral Fellows).

9. Z. Zheng, L. Rongy, H. A. Stone, 2015. Viscous fluid injection into a confined channel, Physics of Fluids, 27, 062105, 1--15.

8. B. Guo, Z. Zheng, M. A. Celia, H. A. Stone, in press. Axisymmetric flows from fluid injection into a confined porous medium. Physics of Fluids.

7. H. Kim, Z. Zheng, H. A. Stone, 2015. Non-circular spreading patterns during fluid injection into a porous medium, Langmuir, 31, 5864--5868.

6. C. Lai, Z. Zheng, E. Dressaire, J. S. Wexler, H. A. Stone, accepted. Fluid-driven cracks in an elastic matrix. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A. 

5. Z. Zheng, I. C. Christov, H. A. Stone, 2014. Influence of heterogeneity on second-kind self-similar solutions for viscous gravity currents, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 747, 218--246.

4. Z. Zheng, B. Soh, H. E. Huppert, H. A. Stone, 2013. Fluid drainage from the edge of a porous reservoir, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 718, 558--568.

3. Z. Zheng, E. D. Larson, Z. Li, G. Liu, R. H. Williams, 2010. Near-term mega-scale CCS demonstration opportunities in China, Energy and Environmental Science, 3, 1153--1169 (Featured on the journal cover).

2. Z. Zheng, D. Gao, L. Ma, Z. Li, W. Ni, 2009. CCS source-sink match design and optimization in Jing-Jin-Ji region of China, Frontier of Energy and Power Engineering in China, 3, 359--368.

1. L. Chang, W. Ni, Z. Li, Z. Zheng, 2009. Selection of best hydrogen transport mode in the hydrogen supply chain, Journal of Tsinghua University, 49, 257--260.

 
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