[Seminar] Thermal-Fluidic-Energy Transport using Multi-Scale Hybrid Structures(Wonjoon Choi, 7/28)
Thermal-Fluidic-Energy Transport using Multi-Scale Hybrid Structures
School of Mechanical Engineering,
Korea University, Seoul 136-713, Korea
Hybrid materials and structures from nano-microscale to macroscale contribute to further control of thermal-fluidic-energy transport making them useful in many applications. I will introduce ongoing researches utilizing thermal-fluidic-energy transports within multi-scale hybrid structures and devices. Topics will cover (1) Layer-by-Layer (LbL)-based coatings of porous structures for enhanced thermo-fluidic devices (e.g. boiling heat transfer, heat pipe, vapor chamber), (2) two-phase interface systems for exploring thermal-fluidic transport in sensing and emulsion devices, (3) active control of hybrid energy storage materials using ultrafast-extreme thermo-electro-chemical waves and their applications to electrochemical electrodes (e.g. supercapacitor, battery, thermogalvanic cell), (4) multi-functional hybrid structures enabled by modular design of thermo-mechanically tunable unit-cells (i.e. hybrid metamaterial), and (5) self-sustained harvesting and sensing platforms of ambient thermal/fluidic/mechanical energy.
문의: 기계공학과 이정철 교수 (Tel: 3212)