CFD Review  
Serving the CFD Community with News, Articles, and Discussion
CFD Review

User Preferences
Site Sponsorship
Headline Feeds
Mobile Edition
Privacy Policy
Terms of Service

Submit a CFD Story

Site Sponsors
Pointwise: Reliable CFD meshing

Tell a Friend
Help this site to grow by sending a friend an invitation to visit this site.

CFD News by Email
Did you know that you can get today's CFD Review headlines mailed to your inbox? Just log in and select Email Headlines Each Night on your User Preferences page.

CFD Review Jobs Database - View Resume
View All Resumes ]  [ Jobs Database ]  [ Print Version ] 
Resume Updated: 11 Apr 2010
Xiaozhen Lu http://
Tel: 410-900-3453 Fax:
Randallstown, MD, 21133

To secure a position on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) or Heat Transfer.
Salary Requirements
Employment History
Research Scientist Jun. 2006-Dec.2009
Dynaflow Inc
Jessup, MD
• Developed numerical code to simulate acoustic wave propagation in bubbly medium and in complex geometry, and conducted Acoustic Signal Analysis • Developed compressible multiphase flow solver using SLIC interface capture scheme • Significantly improved CFD software 3DynaFS( also known as DFBEM to US Navy) with BEM method • Developed numerical tools to simulate Under Water Explosions with large number of explosions and Fluid-Structure Interactions • Improved the multi-block Navier-Stokes equation solver with over-set grid • Conducted stability analysis and modeling of encapsulated bubble in acoustic field • Conducted frequency domain analysis of Fluid-Structure Interaction • Supervised student’s internship work • Prepared technical reports and proposals for submissions to US government agencies
Research Assistant Sep. 1999-Jan. 2006
The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD
• Developed numerical code to simulate the bubble dynamics in sonoluminescence • Implemented a global optimization method, Simulated Annealing, to determine the optimal conditions for a sonoluminescing bubble while maintaining its stability • Simulated vertical axisymmetric slug flows using front-tracking method • Conducted linear stability analysis of Taylor bubbles by solving eigenvalue problems
The Johns Hopkins University
* Department of Mechanical Engineering, PhD, Jan. 2006
Dissertation title: Numerical simulation and axial stability analysis of vertical
slug flow
* Department of Mechanical Engineering, MSE, May 2002
University of Science and Technology of China
* Department of Thermo-physics Engineering, ME, May 1999 ( 1st in the class of 15)
Thesis title: Numerical simulation of fluid-particle two-phase turbulent flow
* Department of Thermo-physics Engineering, BE, May 1996 ( 1st in the class of 24)
Description Proficiency Experience
CFD analysis Advanced >5 Years
Free surface modeling Advanced 3-5 Years
C programming Advanced 3-5 Years
FORTRAN programming Advanced 3-5 Years
Turbulence model development Intermediate 2-3 Years
Additional Skill Info
• Computational Fluid Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer • Numerical simulation of flows with free-surface or moving boundary and multiphase flow • Spectral methods, Boundary Element Method for CFD • Bubble dynamics and under water explosions, Fluid-Structure Interaction • Theoretical Analysis of Fluid Dynamics Problem • Acoustics and Cavitations • Laplace's equation, Poisson's equation, Helmholtz equation • Domain perturbation analysis and Linear stability analysis • Linear algebra and eigenvalue system for large sparse matrix • Artificial Intelligence • B-spline data fitting for Computer Aided Geometric Design • Simulated annealing for optimization
 Dr. Andrea Prosperetti
Advisor, Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21218
 Dr. Shiyi Chen
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21218

 Dr. Kathleen Stebe
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21218

• Dr. Xiongjun Wu
Senior Research Scientist
Dynaflow, INC.
5612 Massachusetts Ave,
Bethesda, MD 20816
View All Resumes ]  [ Jobs Database ]  [ Print Version ] 

It's lucky you're going so slowly, because you're going in the wrong direction. All content except comments
©2015, Viable Computing.

[ home | submit story | search | polls | faq | preferences | privacy | terms of service | rss  ]