Portrait of Dr Yiqing Meng Dr Yiqing Meng

View research degree topics that Dr Yiqing Meng might supervise

y.meng@hud.ac.uk | 01484 473651



Biography

Currently, Dr. Meng is working at the University of Huddersfield in the capacity of Research Fellow within the Energy, Emissions and the Environment Research Group

2011-2016  PhD on Imaging of Conductive Continuous Phase Velocity Distribution in Water Continuous Multiphase Flows using Inductive Flow Tomography (IFT). (University of Huddersfield) 

2010-2011 MSc in Control Systems Engineering & Instrumentation (University of Huddersfield)

Project: Designed and implemented a high accuracy PT100 temperature measurement circuitry.    

2005-2009 BEng in Micro-electronics (Xi’an Science & Technology University)

Research and Scholarship

Current research interests include:

  • Involved in developing industrial multiphase flow metering system for IPhase Ltd .
  • Highly involved in “Next Generation Visualisation & Metering Technology for Multi-phase Flows” supported by EPSRC(EP/H023194/1).
  • Developed the LabView and MATLAB based software for online measuring the solids volume fraction distribution and solids velocity distribution in solids-in-water two phase flows using Impendence Cross Correlation (ICC) device.
  • Developed the LabView and MATLAB based software for online and offline data processing software for Venturi flow meter.

Recent publications include:

1] Meng, Y., & Lucas, G. (2013). Two-phase flow meter for determining water and solids volumetric flow rate in stratified solids-in-water flows. Annual Researchers’ Conference(CEARC13), University of Huddersfield

[2] Muhamedsalih, Y., Lucas, G., Meng, Y., & Leeungculsatien, T. (2013). Two-phase flow meter for determining water and solids volumetric flow rate in inclined solids-in-water flows. World Congress on Industrial Process Tomography(WCIPT7)

[3] Muhamedsalih, Y., Lucas, G. P., & Meng, Y. Q. (2015). A two-phase flow meter for determining water and solids volumetric flow rates in stratified, inclined solids-in-water flows. Flow Measurement and Instrumentation.

[4] Kollár, L. E., Lucas, G. P., & Meng, Y. (2015). Reconstruction of velocity profiles in axisymmetric and asymmetric flows using an electromagnetic flow meter. Measurement Science and Technology, 26(5), 055301

Publications and Other Research Outputs

Article

Muhamedsalih, Y., Lucas, G. and Meng, Y. (2015) ‘A two-phase flowmeter for determining water and solids volumetric flow rates in stratified, inclined solids-in-water flowsFlow Measurement and Instrumentation , 45, pp. 207-217. ISSN 0955-5986

Research Degree Supervision