Faculty

WANG Jianchun
Associate Professor
0755-88018151
wangjc@sustech.edu.cn

Associate Professor Wang Jianchun graduated from the School of Engineering of Peking University in 2007 and 2012 with a bachelor's degree in theoretical and applied mechanics and a doctorate in fluid mechanics. From 2012 to 2013, he worked as a Peiyuan scholar at the Center for Applied Physics and Technology of Peking University. Postdoctoral research at Princeton University and Nagoya Institute of Technology from 2013 to 2016. From September 2016 to January 2018, he served as an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering at Southern University of Science and Technology; from February 2018, he served as an associate professor.
Engaged in turbulence theory and numerical simulation, flow stability, computational fluid dynamics and other fields of research. Academic achievements include:

(1) The modal decomposition method is developed, and the multi-scale properties of the compressible turbulent flow field are studied, including: the energy spectrum of the acoustic mode and the pseudo-acoustic mode, the kinetic energy transmission mechanism of the shear process and the expansion process, and the small-scale structure. , scaling law and intermittent, shock and vortex structure interactions. Relevant research results provide a theoretical basis for the development of advanced compressible turbulence models.

(2) The thermodynamic method was developed. The subcritical instability problem of Poiseuye flow was studied. The critical Reynolds number of the nonlinear instability of laminar flow was determined. The free energy, action and thermodynamic relationship of the system were calculated. This method can be used to solve more subcritical instability problems.
In 2017, he was selected as the second batch of young talents holding project of China Association for Science and Technology. In 2018, he was selected into the 14th batch of "Youth Thousand Talents Plan".

Research direction
Turbulence theory and numerical simulation
Flow stability
Computational Fluid Dynamics

Education background
2003.9-2007.7, Peking University, College of Engineering, Bachelor
2007.9-2012.7, Peking University, College of Engineering, Ph.D.

Work experience
2012.7-2013.7, Peking University, Center for Applied Physics and Technology, Peiyuan Scholar
2013.8-2016.1, Princeton University, USA, postdoctoral
2016.2-2016.8, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, postdoctoral
2016.9~present, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor, Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology

Honors
In 2017, the second batch of young talents in the China Association for Science and Technology
In 2018, the 14th batch of the "Minute Thousand Talents Plan" of the Central Organization Department

Academic Papers
(22). Luoqin Liu, Jianchun Wang, Yipeng Shi, Shiyi Chen and X. T. He*. 2018. A hybrid numerical simulation of supersonic isotropic turbulence, Communications in Computational Physics.
(21). Song Chen, Jianchun Wang*, Hui Li, Minping Wan and Shiyi Chen. 2018. Spectra and Mach number scaling in compressible homogeneous shear turbulence, Physics of Fluids, 30, 065109.
(20). Chenyue Xie, Jianchun Wang*, Hui Li, Minping Wan and Shiyi Chen. 2018. A modified optimal LES model for highly compressible isotropic turbulence, Physics of Fluids, 30, 065108.
(19). Jianchun Wang*, Minping Wan*, Song Chen, Chenyue Xie and Shiyi Chen. 2018. Effect of shock waves on the statistics and scaling in compressible isotropic turbulence, Physical Review E, 97, 043108.
(18). Jianchun Wang*, Minping Wan*, Song Chen and Shiyi Chen. 2018. Kinetic energy transfer in compressible isotropic turbulence, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 841, 581-613.
(17). J. Wang*, T. Gotoh, and T. Watanabe. 2017. Scaling and intermittency in compressible isotropic turbulence, Physical Review Fluids, 2, 053401.
(16). J. Wang*, T. Gotoh, and T. Watanabe. 2017. Shocklet statistics in compressible isotropic turbulence, Physical Review Fluids, 2, 023401.
(15). J. Wang*, T. Gotoh, and T. Watanabe. 2017. Spectra and statistics in compressible isotropic turbulence, Physical Review Fluids, 2, 013403.
(14). Y. Yang, J. Wang, Y. Shi*, Z. Xiao, X. He, and S. Chen. 2016. Intermittency caused by compressibility: a Lagrangian study. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 786, R6.
(13). Weinan E* and J. Wang. 2016. A thermodynamic study of the two-dimensional pressure driven channel flow. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, 36, 4349-4366.
(12). J. Wang, Q. Li, and Weinan E*. 2015. Study of the instability of the Poiseuille flow using a thermodynamic formalism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112, 9518- 9523.
(11). S. Chen*, Z. Xia, J. Wang, Y. Yang. 2015. Recent progress in compressible turbulence. Acta Mechanica Sinica, 31, 275-291.
(10). Y. Yang, J. Wang, Y. Shi*, Z. Xiao, X. He, and S. Chen. 2014. Interactions between inertial particles and shocklets in compressible turbulent flow. Physics of Fluids, 26, 091702 .
(9). J. Wang, Y. Yang, Y. Shi, Z. Xiao, X. He, and S. Chen*. 2013. Statistics and structures of pressure and density in compressible isotropic turbulence. Journal of Turbulence, 14, 21-37.
(8). J. Wang, Y. Yang, Y. Shi*, Z. Xiao, X. He, and S. Chen*. 2013. Cascade of kinetic energy in three-dimensional compressible turbulence. Physical Review Letters, 110, 214505.
(7). Y. Yang, J. Wang, Y. Shi*, Z. Xiao, X. He, and S. Chen*. 2013. Acceleration of Passive Tracers in Compressible Turbulent Flow. Physical Review Letters, 110, 064503.
(6). J. Wang*, Y. Shi, L.-P. Wang, Z. Xiao, X. He, and S. Chen*. 2012. Effect of compressibility on the small scale structures in isotropic turbulence. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 713, 588-631.
(5). J. Wang, Y. Shi, L.-P. Wang, Z. Xiao, X. He, and S. Chen*. 2012. Scaling and Statistics in Three-Dimensional Compressible Turbulence. Physical Review Letters, 108 , 214505.
(4). S. Chen, Z. Xia, S. Pei, J. Wang, Y. Yang, Z. Xiao, and Y. Shi*. 2012. Reynolds stress-constrained large eddy simulation of wall-bounded turbulent flows. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 703, 1-28.
(3). Q. Ni*, F. Hussain, J. Wang, and S. Chen*. 2012. Analysis of Reynolds number scaling for viscous vortex reconnection. Physics of Fluids, 24, 105102.
(2). J. Wang*, Y. Shi, L.-P. Wang, Z. Xiao, X. He, and S. Chen*. 2011. Effect of shocklets on the velocity gradients in highly compressible isotropic turbulence. Physics Of Fluids, 23, 125103.
(1). J. Wang, L.-P. Wang*, Z. Xiao, Y. Shi, and S. Chen*. 2010. A hybrid numerical simulation of isotropic compressible turbulence. Journal of Computational Physics, 229, 5257- 5279.
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