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Dr Eric Hu
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Dr. Eric Hu received his basic professional degree of Bachelor of
Engineering (Mechanical) from the Zhejiang University, China in 1984. He
was majored in thermal power station technologies. After graduation, he
proceeded to Beijing Solar Energy Research Institute for the degree of
Master of Engineering (energy technology). Two and a half years later,
he started work with the same institute as a research engineer for
another three years. In January 1990, Eric was granted a French
government scholarship to undertake the Doctor of Engineering program in
Energy Technology Division at the Asian Institute of Technology in
Bangkok Thailand. He obtained the doctoral degree (D.Eng in Energy
Technology) and came to Australia at the end of 1992. Eric worked as a
lecturer and senior lecturer in Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics at
Gippsland School of Engineering, Monash University until 1999 when he
joined the School of Engineering and Technology at Deakin University. He
was promoted to Associate Professor in 2005 at Deakin University. He
starts with the School of Mechanical Engineering at the University of
Adelaide, as Associate Professor in Sustainable Energy Engineering, in
Bachelor of Engineering , 1984 (Zhejiang University, China)
Master of Engineering , 1987 (Beijing Solar Energy Research Inst., China)
Ph.D. (Engineering) , 1992 (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)
Intelligent Energy Management Control of Vehicle Air Conditioning via Look-Ahead System, accepted by Applied Thermal Engineering, May 2011, doi: 10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2011.05.023.
Hybrid Classification of Pulmonary Nodules, a Chapter in Book Communications in Computer and Information Science, ISBN978-3-642-04961-3 (Print) 978-3-642-04962-0 (Online), Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009.
Reforming CO2 into Fuels using TiO2 Photocatalyst and Gas Separation Membrane, No 148 pp341-349 Catalysis Today, 2009.
Environmental related decision making using the Interlink Decision Making Index(IDMI)” Int. J. Environment and Waste management,Vol.2 No.3, 2008.
Kinetic modelling for photosynthesis of hydrogen and methane through catalytic reduction of carbon dioxides with water vapour. Catalysis Today, 131, pp125-129 (2008).
Electrosorption; An alternative option for desalination, Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment Voc 11(3) pp92-95 (2007).
Using Titania photocatalysts to degrade toluene in a combined adsorption and photocatalysis process. Pp31—36, J. Adv. Oxid. Technol. Vol. 10, No. 1, 2007.
Photosynthesis of Hydrogen and Methane as Key Components for Clean Energy System, Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, 2007 (89—92)
Reverse Osmosis Membrane Fouling and Its Control, Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, pp95-103.Vol.10(3) Sept. 2006.
Removal of VOCs by photocatalysis process using adsorption enhanced TiO2-SiO2 catalyst, Vol 45, pp959-964 Chemical Engineering and Processing, 2006.
Photocatalytic production of methane and hydrogen through reduction of carbon dioxide with water using titatnium pellets", Volume 3, Number 3, pp283-290, International Journal of Green Energy, July-September 2006.
Photocatalytic reduction of CO2 into gaseous hydrocarbons using TiO2 pellets”. Volume 115, Issues 1-4, pp 269-273 Catalysis Today, 2006.
Enhanced degradation efficiency of toluene using titania/silica photocatalysis as a regeneration process” Environmental Technology, Vol 27 pp359-366, 2006.
Review: Photocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide, Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, Vol. 9(1) March 2005. pp66-75.
Development of a cooling fabric from conducting polymer coated fibres: proof of concept, pp139-143, Vol 150, (2005) Synthetic Metals, 2005.
The core of the global warming problem: Energy, International Journal of Global Energy Issues, pp354—359, Vol 23 No. 4, 2005.
Photocatalytic Decolorization of Lanasol Blue CE Dye Solution Using a Flat Plate Reactor, Journal of Environmental Engineering, Vol.131 No.1 pp 102-107, 2005.
A comparative study on preparation of TiO2 pellets as photocatalysts based on different precursors, pp4165-4170, Vols. 475-479 Material Science Forum, Jan 2005.
Solar thermal applications eg. solar ice making, air conditioning systems and power genration etc.
Low energy desalination;
Emission and water reduction for power stations;
Energy credits and emission trading;
CFD and LCA;
Eco or energy efficient buildings.
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