Chang-Nyung Kim Professor
- UCLA, 1989
- Heat and Fluid Engineering
Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Mechanical Engineering, USA, 1989.1 M.S., Seoul National University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Korea, 1981.2 B.S., Seoul National University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Korea, 1979.2
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea, 1992 - present Assistant Professor, National Kum-Ho Technical University, Korea, 1990 – 1992 Post-Doctorate, University of California, Los Angeles, USA, 1989 - 1990 Brain Korea 21 PLUS, National Research Foundation of Korea, 2013.09-2020.08 MHD Flows in Fusion Blankets, National Research Foundation of Korea, 2015.08-2018.02
C. N. Kim and J. H. Kim, 2015, "Numerical examination of the performance of a thermoelectric cooler with Peltier heating and cooling," Journal of Electronic Materials, 44(10): 3586-3591. C. N. Kim, 2015, "Numerical analysis of the performance prediction for a thermoelectric generator," Korean Journal of Metals and Materials, 53(9): 666-669. J. H. Yang, Y. Yan, and C. N. Kim, 2016, "Numerical investigation of the LM MHD flows in a curved duct with an FCI with varying slot positions ," Fusion Engineering and Design, 105: 86-100. Y. Luo, M. Wen, C. N. Kim, and S. Yang, 2017, "Imbalance of the liquid-metal flow and heat extraction in a manifold with sub-channels having locally different electric conductivity," Fusion Engineering and Design, 117: 63-73.
Excellency in Research Performance, Kyung Hee University, 2016 Editor, Journal of Hydrodynamics, 2012 - present
Thermoelectric generation/cooling, liquid metal magnetohydrodynamics, MHD micro-mixing, computational fluid dynamics, environmental fluid dynamics