Qian Wang

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Qianxi Wang studies the motion of bubbles in a compressible liquid, with important applications in medical ultrasonics, sonochemistry and underwater explosion. He specialises in asymptotic perturbation methods, with application to the study of ground effect. His research interests include:

Bubble dynamics in compressible liquids
Ground effects using matched asymptotic expansions
Unstructured BIM for water wave/body interaction
N-body problem using fast multipole method (treecode)

1995 …2022

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