PENG Huayi
Address:
Block E, Room 306, HITSZ Campus, Shenzhen University Town, Shenzhen (518055)
Email:
penghuayi@hit.edu.cn
Phone:
PERSONAL PROFILE
 
Dr. Peng obtained his Ph.D. from City University of Hong Kong. Before he joined Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, he served as a research associate at City University of Hong Kong.
On the basis of the wind tunnel facility, Dr. Peng’s main research interests focus specially on wind energy, wind engineering, and structural dynamics. Dr. Peng has published over 17 research papers and has attracted two National Natural Science Funding of China (NSFC) projects and one Strategy Research Grant (SRG) project.
RESEARCH INTEREST
 
2017 – To now||Assistant Professor, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen##2016 – 2017||Research Associate, City University of Hong Kong##2011 – 2013||Research Assistant, City University of Hong Kong
EDUCATION  
2013 – 2016
Ph.D. (Civil Engineering), City University of Hong Kong
2009 – 2011
M.Eng. (Civil Engineering), Harbin Institute of Technology
2005 – 2009
B.Eng. (Civil Engineering), Central South University
RESEARCH & WORK EXPERIENCE  
2017 – To now
Assistant Professor, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen
2016 – 2017
Research Associate, City University of Hong Kong
2011 – 2013
Research Assistant, City University of Hong Kong
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION & ACADEMIC SERVICE
 
2014 – To now
Active Reviewer: Energy, Applied Energy, Wind Energy, Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems (ASCE-ASME), & International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics.
2012 – To now
Member of Hong Kong Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.
RESEARCH PROJECTS
2019 – 2021
Investigation into the rooftop wind characteristics of tall buildings and the siting of roof-mounted wind turbines, Youth Science Funding (NSFC), Project No. 51808174, PI.
2019 – 2020
Development of vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) wind farm on rooftops of high-rise buildings in Hong Kong, Strategic Research Grant, City University of Hong Kong, Project No. 7005047, Co-I.
RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENT & AWARDS
2018
Shenzhen Overseas High-Caliber Personnel
PATENT
   
Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., Counter-rotating vertical axis wind turbine with deflector and vortex generators, U.S. Patent, Application No. 15365075.
PAPER & BOOK PUBLICATIONS
Peng H.Y., Lam H.F., and Liu H.J., 2018, Numerical investigation into the blade and wake aerodynamics of an H-rotor vertical axis wind turbine, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 10, 053305.

Lam H.F., Liu Y.M., Peng H.Y., Lee C.F., and Liu H.J., 2018, Assessment of solidity effect on the power performance of H-rotor vertical axis wind turbines in turbulent flows, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 10, 023304.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., 2017, Measurements of the wake characteristics of co- and counter-rotating twin H-rotor vertical axis wind turbines, Energy, 131, 13-26.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., 2017, Development of a wake model for a Darrieus-type straight-bladed vertical axis wind turbine and its application to micro-siting problems, Renewable Energy, 114, 830-842.

Peng H.Y., Lam H.F., 2016, Turbulence effects on the wake characteristics and aerodynamic performance of a straight-bladed vertical axis wind turbine by wind tunnel tests and large eddy simulations, Energy, 109, 557-568.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., 2016, Study of wake characteristics of a vertical axis wind turbine by two- and three-dimensional computational fluid dynamics simulations, Renewable Energy, 90, 386-398.

Peng H.Y., Lam H.F., Lee C.F., 2016, Investigation into the wake aerodynamics of a five-straight-bladed vertical axis wind turbine by wind tunnel tests, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 155, 23-35.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., Au S.K., 2014, Development of a practical algorithm for Bayesian model updating of a coupled slab system utilizing field test data, Engineering Structures, 79, 182-194.
CONFERENCE PAPERS/TALKS
 
Peng H.Y., Lam H.F., Turbulence effect on the power performance of a vertical axis wind turbine with large eddy simulation, The 15th East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction (EASEC-15) conference, 11-13 October, 2017, Xi’an, China.

Peng H.Y., Lam H.F., A study of twin co- and counter-rotating vertical axis wind turbines with computational fluid dynamics, World Wind Energy Conference 2017 (WWEC2017), 12-15 June, 2017, Malmö, Sweden.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., Study of dynamic stall behaviors of a straight-bladed vertical axis wind turbine by large eddy simulations, The 20th Annual Conference of HKSTAM 2016, and The 12th Shanghai-Hong Kong Forum on Mechanics and Its Application, 9 April, 2016, Hong Kong.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., Hu J., Large eddy simulation of the aerodynamic loadings and performance of a five-straight-bladed vertical axis wind turbine, The 14th East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction (EASEC-14) conference, 6-8 January, 2016, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., Numerical study of wake flow characteristics of a five-straight-bladed vertical axis wind turbine based on computational fluid dynamics, The 19th Annual Conference of HKSTAM 2015, and the 11th Jiangsu-Hong Kong Forum on Mechanics and Its Application, 28 March, 2015, Hong Kong.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., Au S.K., Structural model updating of a steel truss structure utilizing ambient vibration measurement, The 2nd International Conference on Vulnerability and Risk Analysis and Management and the 6th International Symposium on Uncertainty, Modeling, and Analysis, 2137-2146, ASCE, 13-16 July, 2014, Liverpool, UK.

Lam H.F., Peng H.Y., Aerodynamic performance and wake effect study of straight-bladed vertical axis wind turbine, The 18th Annual Conference of HKSTAM 2014, The 10th Shanghai-Hong Kong Forum on Mechanics and Its Application, 15 March, 2014, Hong Kong.

Peng H.Y., Lam H.F., Detection of joint defects by Bayesian modal identification and model updating, The 6th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure, 9-11 December, 2013, Hong Kong.

Peng H.Y., Lam H.F., The modification of finite element model of a coupled slab system utilizing measured modal parameters, 7th Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics, ACAM 7, 9-12 December 2012, Adelaide, Australia.
TEACHING/SUPERVISING EXPERIENCE
Course Leader:
Engineering Surveying, CIVL1001, 40 Hours, 2.5 Credits
Engineering Surveying Practice, 2 Weeks, 2.0 Credits
Structural Mechanics (IB), 48 Hours, 3.0 Credits
Master Supervisor:
2016, 2 Master Students (Associate Supervisor)
2017, 5 Master Students (Associate Supervisor)
2018, 3 Master Students
Updated:2018-11