Dr Siming Zheng
Profiles

Dr Siming Zheng

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Marine Renewable Energy

School of Engineering (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Role

Siming Zheng is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the COAST Engineering Research Group at the University of Plymouth.

Qualifications

B.Eng., summa cum laude, Harbour Waterway and Coastal Engineering, Tianjin University, China, 2011.
Ph.D., summa cum laude, Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, China, 2016.

From November 2017 up to now, Siming Zheng works in the School of Engineering in University of Plymouth as a postdoctoral research fellow in marine renewable energy. Before that, he was a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Hydraulic Engineering at Tsinghua University after completing his PhD, and prior to that he used to work at University College Cork, Ireland for 12 months as a visiting PhD student.

Roles on external bodies

Referee for: Renewable and Sustainable Energy ReviewsEnergyJournal of Fluids and Structures, Ocean Engineering, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, PLOS ONE, etc.

Research interests

His research interests include marine renewable energy, numerical and theoretical modelling of wave-structure interaction, and hydrodynamics of wave energy converters.

Grants & contracts

  • Study on hydrodynamics of a Raft-type wave energy converter. Tsinghua University, China. General Financial Grant from China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, No. 2016M601041, CN ¥50,000 (£5,600), Siming Zheng (PI), 2016-2018.
  • Study on hydrodynamics of a hybrid wave energy converter. Tsinghua University, China. Special Financial Grant from China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, No. 2017T10085, CN ¥150,000 (£16,800), Siming Zheng (PI), 2017-2018.

Journal Papers

  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., Iglesias, G., 2018. Wave-stucture interaction in hybrid wave farms. Journal of Fluids and Structures, in press. 
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., 2018. Analytical study on wave power extraction from a hybrid wave energy converter. Ocean Engineering, 165, 252-263. 
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., 2018. Theoretical modelling of a new hybrid wave energy converter in regular waves. Renewable Energy, 128, 125-141.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., 2017. Analysis for wave power capture capacity of two interconnected floats in regular waves. Journal of Fluids and Structures, 75, 158-173.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., 2017. Analytical study on hydrodynamic performance of a raft type wave power device. Journal of Marine Science and Technology, 22(4), 620-632.
  • Yu,H., Zhang, Y., Zheng, S., 2016.Numerical study on the performance of a wave energy converter with three hingedbodies. Renewable Energy, 99,1276-1286.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., Sheng, W., 2016. Maximum theoretical powerabsorption of connected floating bodies under motion constraints. Applied Ocean Research, 58,95-103.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., Sheng, W., 2016. Maximum wave energyconversion by two interconnected floaters. Journal of Energy Resources Technology, 138(3), p. 032004.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., 2016. Wave radiation from a truncated cylinderin front of a vertical wall. Ocean Engineering, 111,602-614.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., 2016. Wave diffraction and radiation bymultiple rectangular floaters. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 54(1),102-115.
  • Zheng, S.M. , Zhang, Y.H., Zhang Y.L., Sheng W.A., 2015. Numerical studyon the dynamics of a two-raft wave energy conversion device. Journal of Fluids and Structures, 58, 271-290.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang Y., 2015. Wave diffraction from a truncated cylinder in front of a vertical wall. Ocean Engineering, 104, 329-343.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., 2014. Study on the power absorption of araft-typed wave energy collector. Journal of Engineering of Heilongjiang University, 5(2), 7-13, 42. (in Chinese)
  • Zhang,Y., Zheng, S. , 2014. Developmentof experimental teaching platform based on utilization of ocean wave energy. Experimental Technology and Management ,31(9), 69-71. (in Chinese)
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., Zhang, Q., Zhang, J., 2012. Numerical studyon hydrodynamic characteristics of tide on both sides of T-type dam. Journal of Hydroelectric Engineering,31(6), 172-178. (in Chinese)
Conference papers
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., Sheng, W., 2015. Numerical study on thedynamics of a novel two-raft wave energy absorption device. 11th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference,6-11 September, Nantes, France. 07C1-3.
  • Chen,W., Zhang, Y., Zheng, S., 2014. Advance in the study of wave energy dissipation of floating bodies. 2nd Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference ,28-31 July, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Zheng, S. , Zhang, Y., Chen, W., 2014. Optimization of the powertake-off system in oscillating wave surge converter. Research Progress of Ocean Energy Technology in 2014. 83-91. (inChinese)
Book
  • Zheng, S. , 2018. Study on hydrodynamic characteristics of the Raft-type wave-powered desalinationdevice. Springer, Singapore. (Spinger Theses; ISSN 2190-5053; electronic ISSN 2190-5061; Book DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-5517-1)
Patents
  • A Wave Energy Pump. ZL201310103861.8.(in Chinese), Inventors: Zhang, Y., Zheng, S.
  • A Hydraulic Wave Energy Pump. ZL201310273219.4.(in Chinese) ,Inventors:Zhang, Y., Zheng, S.
  • A Hydraulic Wave Energy Pumpwith Water Tanks. ZL201310273540.2. (in Chinese), Inventors: Zhang, Y., Zheng,S.
  • A Raft-type Wave Energy Pump with OutputPerformance Adjustable. ZL201410408972.4. (in Chinese), Inventors: Zhang, Y., Zheng,S.

Reports & invited lectures

  • Zheng, S. , Iglesias, G., 2018. Intelligent Community Energy (ICE) report T1.4: Resource Assessment Marine Sections Overview. pp. 1-44.

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