Dr Xingya Feng is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Ocean Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China. Dr Feng obtained his B.Eng. in Hydraulic Engineering from Hohai Unviersity in 2011, and Ph.D. in Oshore Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2016. From 2016 to 2019, he was a Postdoc Researcher in NUS and the University of Oxford.
Dr Feng's research focuses on hydrodynamic analysis of nonlinear wave-structure interactions. His work includes nonlinear wave theory and wave interactions with oshore structures, numerical modelling of complex oshore oating systems and computational uid dynamics. His research interest includes environmental uid mechanics, oshore and coastal engineering, and oshore renewable energy.
National University of Singapore 2011- 2016
Ph.D. Civil & Environmental Engineering
Hohai University 2007 - 2011
B.S. Hydraulic Engineering
Southern University of Science and Technology 2019.09 - Now
Assistant Professor, Department of Ocean Science and Engineering Shezhen, China
University of Oxford 2018.02 - 2019.09
Postdoc Researcher, Department of Engineering Science Oxford, UK
Bureau Veritas (BV) 2017.01 - 2018.02
R&D Engineer, Deepwater Technology Research Centre Singapore
National University of Singapore 2016.01 - 2017.01
Research Fellow, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Singapore
HONORS & AWARDS
Outstanding Young Researcher Award, 27th KKHTCNN conference, 2014
UK-China Oshore Renewable Energy: Extreme wind and wave loads on oshore wind turbines. （2018 - ). Funding: EPSRC, UK.
Development of a reliable and practical method to evaluate dynamic systems of oshore LNG terminals. (2016 - 2017). Funding: MPA MINT, Singapore.
Session Organiser, ASME 38th International Conference on Ocean, Oshore & Arctic Engineering, UK, 2019
Session Chair, The Second Conference of Global Chinese Scholars on Hydrodynamics, China, 2016.
Member, Institute of Marine, Engineering Science and Technology (IMarEST).
1. X. FENG, P.H. Taylor, R. Willden, S. H. Day, S. Dai, T.A.A. Adcock. Experimental and numerical analysis of higher harmonics of wave loads on a vertical cylinder (Journal of Fluid Mechanics, under review)
2. X. FENG. Analysis of higher harmonics in a focused water wave group by a nonlinear potential model. Ocean Engineering. Accepted.
3. X. FENG, X.B. Chen & F. Dias. 2018, A potential ow model with viscous dissipation based on a modied boundary element method. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements. Vol. 97,, pp1-15.
4. D. Zhao, Z. Hu, K. Zhou, G. Chen, X. Chen X. FENG, 2018, Coupled analysis of integrated dynamic responses of side-by-side ooading FLNG system. Ocean Engineering, Vol.168, pp60-82.
5. D. Zhao, Z. Hu, G. Chen, X. Chen X. FENG, 2018, Coupling analysis between vessel motion and internal nonlinear sloshing for FLNG application. Journal of Fluids and Structures, Vol. 76, pp431-453.
6. X. FENG, W. Bai, X.B. Chen, L. Qian, Z. Ma, 2018, Numerical investigation of viscous eects on the gap resonance between side-by-side barges. Ocean Engineering, Vol. 145,, pp44-58.
7. X. FENG, W. Bai, 2017, Hydrodynamic analysis of marine multibody systems by a nonlinear coupled model. Journal of Fluids and Structures, Vol. 70, pp72-101.
8. X. FENG, W. Bai, 2015, Wave resonances in a narrow gap between two barges using fully nonlinear numerical simulation. Applied Ocean Research. Vol. 50, pp119-129.
9. W. Bai, X. FENG, R. Eatock Taylor, K.K. Ang, 2014, Fully nonlinear analysis of near-trapping phenomenon around an array of cylinders. Applied Ocean Research. Vol. 44, pp71-81.
1. T. A. Adcock, X. FENG, T. Tang, T. S. Bremer, A. H. Day, S. Dai, Y. Li, Z. Lin, W. Xu, P.H. Taylor. Application of phase decomposition to the analysis of random time series from wave basin tests. Proceedings of ASME 38th International Conference on Ocean, Oshore & Arctic Engineering (OMAE), Glasgow, UK, 2019.
2. X. FENG, R. Willden, B. Zhen, T. A. Adcock. Numerical analysis of nonlinear wave loads on an offshore wind turbine monopile. Proceedings of ASME 38th OMAE, Glasgow, UK, 2019.
3. X. Chen, H. Liang, R. Li, X. FENG. Ship seakeeping hydrodynamics by multi-domain method. Proceedings of the 32nd Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics, Hamburg, Germany, 2018.
4. H. Liang, X. Chen, X. FENG.Wave-making problem by a vertical cylinder: Neumann-Kelvin theory versus Neumann-Michell theory. Proceedings of the 33th International Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies (IWWWFB), Brest, France, 2018.
5. W. Zhao, H. Wolgamot, X. FENG, B. Li, K.H. Chua. Resonant uid motion in narrow gaps between FLNG and LNG carrier, Proceedings of the Oshore Technology Conference Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2018.
6. X. FENG, X.B. Chen, H. Liang & F. Dias. Analysis of dissipation on gap resonance between side-by-side barges. 10th International Workshop on Ship and Marine Hydrodynamics, Taiwan, 2017.
7. X. FENG, W. Bai. Coupled motion equations for two interconnected oating bodies in an auxiliary function approach. Proceedings of the 31th IWWWFB, Michigan, USA, 2016.
8. X. FENG, W. Bai. Nonlinear time-domain simulation of interconnected oating bodies in a numerical wave tank. The Second Conference of Global Chinese Scholars on Hydrodynamics, Wuxi, China, 2016.
9. W. Bai, X. FENG, X. Chen, K.K. Ang. On the modeling of nonlinear wave-wave and wave-body interactions in a realistic sea state. Proceedings of the 30th IWWWFB, Bristol, UK, 2015.
10. X. FENG, W. Bai, K.K. Ang. Simulation of wave diraction around side-by-side barges using a non-linear decomposition model. Proceedings of the 27th KKHTCNN Symposium on Civil Engineering, Shanghai, China, 2014.
11. X. FENG, W. Bai, K.K. Ang. Nonlinear simulation of wave resonances in a narrow gap between two barges. Proceedings of the 29th IWWWFB, Osaka, Japan, 2014.
12. X. FENG, W. Bai, K.K. Ang. Time domain simulation of fully nonlinear wave interaction with an array of circular cylinders. Proceedings of the 25th KKCNN Symposium, Busan, Korea, 2012.