FANG Hongwei
Position:Professor, the Yangtze Chair Professor
Address:Dept. of Hydraulic Eng., Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China
Tel:010-62781750
Fax:010-62772463
E-mail: fanghw@tsinghua.edu.cn
Educational Background
1984 – 1988, BA for Hydraulic Engineering, Wuhan University of Hydraulic and Electric Engineering, China
1988 – 1990, MA for Hydraulic Engineering, Wuhan University of Hydraulic and Electric Engineering, China
1990 – 1993, Ph. D for Hydraulic Engineering, Wuhan University of Hydraulic and Electric Engineering, China
Work Experience
1993-1995: Post Dr., Dept. of Hydraulic Eng., Tsinghua University, China
1995-2001: Associate Professor, Dept. of Hydraulic Eng., Tsinghua University, China
2001- present: Full Professor, Dept. of Hydraulic Eng., Tsinghua University, China
1997: Visiting scholar, Florida State University, USA
1998-2000: Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
2000, 2001: Visiting scholar, Kyoto University, Japan
Teaching Courses
1. Hydro Science and Engineering
2. Calculated Fluid Dynamics for River and Estuarine
Research Interests
[1] Calculated Fluid Dynamics for River, Estuarine and Coastal
[2] Hydro Environment and Ecology
[3] Hydraulic information
Research Projects
2016, the first prize of Progress in Science and Technology, Ministry of Education (Rank 1st), ( honored project: Simulation of nuclide and thermal discharge by costal nuclear power project and optimization practice of hydraulic drainage)
2009, the first prize of Progress in Science and Technology, Ministry of Education (Rank 1st), ( honored project: Simulation and application of flow and sediment transport in hydraulic and electric engineering)
2002, the second prize of Progress in Science and Technology, Ministry of Education (Rank 2nd), ( honored project: Theory and practice of modeling the Yellow River and its tributaries)
2001, the first prize of Natural and Science, Ministry of Education (Rank 2nd), ( honored project: Theory, simulation and mathematical study on two-phase turbulent water and sediment flow )
Professional Service
[1] Chief Editor of International Journal of Sediment Research
[2] Vice director of Specialized Committee of Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society in dredging and sludge treatment
Honors and Awards
[1] Water environment effect of costal nuclear power project, Key Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2012-2016
[2] Environmental mechanism of salt and water movement in the Pearl River Delta, General Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2009-2011
[3] River, costal dynamics and sediment research, National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, 2004-2007
[4] Mathematical study on the scale distortion rate effect of sediment modeling, National Science Fund for Young Scholars, 2001-2003
[5] Study on key technology of high grade channel construction and monitoring on the Yangtze River, National High-tech R&D Program of China (863 Program), 2012-2014
[6] Diagnose on hydraulic environment evolution and issues of the Three Gorges Dam reservoir, Water Project in National Science and Technology Major Project, 2009-2012
Educational Background
[1] Fang Hongwei. He Guojian and zheng Bangmin, Mathematical Model for Hydrodynamics and Sediment Transport (in Chinese), China Science Press, 2015
[2] Fang Hongwei, Chen Minghong and Chen Zhihe, Surface Morphology and Simulation for Environmental Sediment (in Chinese), China Science Press, 2009
[3] Fang Hongwei, Dai Dongchen, Li Songheng, He Guojian, Huang Lei. Forecasting Yangtze finless porpoise movement behavior using anEulerian-Eulerian-diffusion method (EEDM). Ecological Engineering, 2016, 88: 39-52.
[4] Fang Hongwei, Huang Lei, Wang Jingyu, He Guojian, Reible Danny. Environmental assessment of heavy metal transport and transformation in the Hangzhou Bay, China. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2016, 30: 447-457.
[5] Huang Lei, Fang Hongwei, Reible Danny. Mathematical model for interactions and transport of phosphorus and sediment in the Three Gorges Reservoir. Water Research, 2015, 85: 393-403.
[6] Huang, Lei; Fang, Hongwei; Fazeli, Mehdi. Mobility of phosphorus induced by sediment resuspension in the Three Gorges Reservoir by flume experiment. Chemosphere, 2015, 134: 374-379.
[7] Fang Hongwei, Zhao Huiming, Chen Zhihe, Zhang Yuefeng. 3D shape and morphology characterization of sediment particles. Granular Matter, 2015, 17(1): 135-143.
[8] Shang Qianqian, Fang Hongwei, Zhao Huiming, Cui Zhenghui. Biofilm effects on size gradation drag coefficient and settling velocity of sediment particles. International Journal of Sediment Research, 2014, 29(4): 471-480.
[9] Wang Jingyu, Fang Hongwei, He Guojian, Huang Lei. A model of Sr-90 distribution in the sea near Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant in China. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 2014, 8(6): 845-853.
[10] Fang Hongwei, Chen Minghong, Chen Zhihe, Zhao Huiming, He Guojian. Simulation of sediment particle surface morphology and element distribution by the concept of mathematical sand. Journal of Hydro-Environment Research, 2014, 8(3): 186-193.
[11] Fang Hongwei, Bai Jing, He Guojian, Zhao Huiming. Calculations of nonsubmerged groin flow in a shallow open channel by Large-Eddy Simulation. Journal of Engineering Mechanics ASCE, 2014, 140(5).
[12] Fang Hongwei, Shang Qianqian, Chen Minghong, He Guojian. Changes in the critical erosion velocity for sediment colonized by biofilm. Sedimentology. 2014, 61(3):648-59.
[13] Chen Minghong, Fang Hongwei, Huang Lei. Surface charge distribution and its impact on interactions between sediment particles. Ocean Dynamics. 2013, 63 (9-10): 1113-21.
[14] Bai Jing, Fang Hongwei, Stoesser Thorsten. Transport and deposition of fine sediment in open channels with different aspect ratios. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2013, Vol. 38(6): 591-600.
[15] Fang Hongwei, Chen Minghong, Chen Zhihe. Effects of sediment particle morphology on adsorption of phosphorus elements. International Journal of Sediment Research, 2013, Vol. 28(2): 246-253.
[16] Fang Hongwei, Zhao Huiming, Shang, Qianqian. Effect of biofilm on the rheological properties of cohesive sediment. Hydrobiologia, 2012, Vol. 694(1): 171-181.
[17] Fang Hongwei, Han Dong, He Guojian, et al. Flood management selections for the Yangtze River midstream after the Three Gorges Project operation. Journal of Hydrology, 2012, Vol. 432: 1-11.
[18] Zhao Huiming, Fang Hongwei, Chen Minghong. Floc architecture of bioflocculation sediment by ESEM and CLSM. Scanning, 2011, Vol. 33(6): 437-445.
[19] He Guojian, Fang Hongwei, Bai Sen. Application of a three-dimensional eutrophication model for the Beijing Guanting Reservoir, China. Ecological Modelling, 2011, Vol. 222(8): 1491-1501.
[20] Fang Hongwei, He Guojian, Wang Lixu. Influence of vertical resolution and non-equilibrium model on three dimensional calculations of flow and sediment transport. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 2010, 136(2): 122-128
[21] He Guojian, Fang Hongwei, Chen MingHong. Multidimensional upwind scheme of diagonal Cartesian method for an advection-diffusion problem. Computers and Fluids. 2009, 38(5):1003-10.
[22] Fang Hongwei, Chen Minhong, Chen Qianhai. One-dimensional numerical simulation of non-uniform sediment transport under unsteady flows. International Journal of Sediment Research.2008. Vol. 23(4): 316-328
[23] Fang Hongwei, He Guojian, Liu Jinze, Chen Minghong. 3D Numerical Investigation of Distorted Scale in Hydraulic Physical Model Experiments. Journal of Coastal Research. 2008, No.52: 41-53.
[24] Fang Hongwei, Liu Bin, Huang Bingbin. Diagonal Cartesian Method for numerical simulation of flow and suspended sediment transport over complex boundaries. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 2006, Vol. 132(11): 1195-1205.
[25] Fang Hongwei, W. Rodi. Three dimensional calculations of flow and suspended sediment transport in the neighborhood of the dam for the Three Gorges Project reservoir in the Yangtze River. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 2003, Vol. 41(4): 379-394.
[26] Fang Hongwei, Chen Chingjjn, Lin Wanlai, Three-dimensional diagonal Cartesian method for incompressible flows involving complex boundary, Numerical Heat Transfer, 2000, Vol.38(1): 37-57.
[27] Fang Hongwei, Wang Guangqian, Three-dimensional mathematical model for suspended sediment transport. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE. 2000, Vol. 126(8): 578-592.
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