General

YU Yongliang 
Email: ylyu AT ucas.ac.cn
Telephone and FAX: +86-10-88256133
Address: School of Engineering Science, UCAS, YUQUAN ROAD 19A,  BEIJING, CHINA
Postcode: 100049

部门/实验室:工程科学学院

Research Areas

1. Biomechanics and Bionics of Flying and Swimming Animal Locomotion.
The flying and swimming animals, such as insects, bats, fish and dolphins, are the objects of study. The interaction between the animal’s flexible physical bodies and the surrounding fluid (air or water) can generate the forces which are needed in its locomotion. The high performance of animal locomotion is magic and interesting, with that more and more researchers and students fall in study. The subjects involve not only the fluid dynamics, but also the motor nerve, muscle mechanics, structure dynamics, mechanical constitutive relations of biomaterials et al.
2. Unsteady Flow and Vortex Flow
The principles of vortex flow; The relationship between the vortex flow in nature and technology and the forces on the submerged bodies; Vortex control. 

Education

1999.09-2004.06 University of Science and Technology of China, PH.D  Candidate
1995.09-1999.07 University of Science and Technology of China, Undergraduate Student

Experience

   
Work Experience

2015.06--now: Professor of Fluid Mechanics, UCAS
2006.06--2015.05: Associate Professor of Fluid Mechanics, GUCAS (had changed its name to UCAS since July 2012)
2004.07--2006.05: Lecturer of Fluid Mechanics, GUCAS

Teaching Experience

1. Advanced Fluid Mechanics, 60 hours / 4.0 credits
2. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, 40 hours / 2.0 credits
3. Elements of Vortex Flow,  40 hours / 2.0 credits
4. Vortex Flow in Nature and Technology, 20 hours / 1.0 credits

Publications

   
Papers
  1. Chen X.X. Wang Z.H., Yu Y.L. (2015). “General Reynolds analogy for blunt-nosed bodies in hypersonic flows”. AIAA Journal, 53 (8), 2410-2416 (DOI: 10.2514/1.J053962). arXiv preprint arXiv: 1501.00371.
  2. Chen X.X., Wang Z.H., Yu Y.L. (2015). "Nonlinear shear and heat transfer in hypersonic rarefied flows past flat plates". AIAA Journal, 53 (2), 413-419 (DOI: 10.2514/1.J053168)
  3. Yu, Y.L., and Guan Z.W. (2015). “Learning from bat: Aerodynamics of actively morphing wing”. Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Letters. 5(1), 13-15 (DOI: 10.1016/j.taml.2015.01.009)
  4. Guan, Z.-W. and Yu, Y.-L. (2015). "Aerodynamics and mechanisms of elementary morphing models for flapping wing in bat forward flight." Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (English Edition) , 36(5), 669-680 (DOI: 10.1007/s10483-015-1931-7) arXiv preprint arXiv:1403.6824.
  5. Yu, Y.-L. (2014). "The virtual power principle in fluid mechanics". Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 744: 310-328. (doi:10.1017/jfm.2014.45)
  6. Meng X.Y., Suo X.M., Fan B.Y., Yu Y.L. and Ding Y.S. (2014) "Study of the post separation pH adjustment by a microchip for the analysis of aminoglycoside antibiotics". RSC Adv., 4, 55108 (doi: 10.1039/c4ra10597d)
  7. Zhang Wei, Yu Yongliang, Tong Binggang. (2014). "Prediction of mechanical properties of fish muscle in vivo dring steady swimming". Chinese Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 46(4): 619-625 (doi: 10.6052/0459-1879-14-053)
  8. Guan, Z.-W., Yu, Y.-L. (2014)."Aerodynamic mechanism of forces generated by twisting model-wing in bat flapping flight". Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (English Edition) ,  35(12): 1607–1618(DOI: 10.1007/s10483-014-1882-6)
  9. Guan, Z.-W., Yu, Y.-L. (2014). "Morphing models of a bat wing in flapping flight". Applied Mechanics and Materials 461: 254-261 (doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.461.254)
  10. Zhang, W., Yu, Y.-L, Tong, B.-G. (2014). "Prediction of fish body’s passive visco-elastic properties and  related muscle mechanical performance in vivoduring steady swimming". SCIENCE CHINA, Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy 57(2): 354–364 (doi: 10.1007/s11433-013-5372-2)
  11. Zhang B.-B., Yu, Y.-L. (2104). “Living body experimental study of dynamic characteristics of Zebrafish C-start swimming”. Journal of Experimental Mechanics, 29(6): 727-736 (doi: 10.7520/1001-4888-14-057)
  12. Liu, G., Y.-L. Yu and B.-G Tong. (2012). "Optimal energy-utilization ratio for long-distance cruising of a model fish." Physical Review E 86(1): 016308. (DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.86.016308)
  13. Liu, G., Y.-L. Yu and B.-G Tong. (2011). "Flow control by means of a traveling curvature wave in fishlike escape responses." Physical Review E 84(5): 056312.  (DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.84.056312)
  14. Liu, G., Y.-L. Yu, and B.-G Tong. (2011). "A Numerical Simulation of a Fishlike Body’s Self-propelled C-start." AIP Conference Proceedings 1376.
  15. Zhang, W., Y.-L. Yu, and B.-G Tong. (2011). "Fish Swimming: Patterns in the Mechanical Energy Generation, Transmission and Dissipation from Muscle Activation to Body Movement." AIP Conference Proceedings 1376.
  16. Yang, Y., G.-H. Wu, Y.-L. Yu, and B.-G Tong. (2010). "A study on flow physics of burst-and-coast swimming of koi carp (Cyprinus carpio koi) based on measurements and numerical simulations." Journal of Aero Aqua Bio-mechanisms 1(1): 30-38.
  17. Yang, Y., G.-H. Wu, Y.-L. Yu, and B.-G Tong. (2009). "Flow physics of routine turns of Koi Carp (Cyprinus Carpio Koi)." Journal of Biomechanical Science and Engineering 4(1): 67-81.
  18. Yang, Y., G.-H. Wu, Y.-L. Yu, and B.-G Tong. (2009). A numerical investigation on the flow physics of koi carp (Cyprinus carpio koi) burst-and-coast swimming. The Fourth International Symposium on Aero Aqua Bio-Mechanisms - ISABMEC 2009. H. Liu. Shanghai, China. 
  19. Bao, L., Y.-F. Sun, Y.-L. Yu. (2009). Three dimensional effects in tail-beat model of fish. The Fourth International Symposium on Aero Aqua Bio-Mechanisms - ISABMEC 2009. H. Liu. Shanghai, China.
  20. Yang, Y., G.-H. Wu, Y.-L. Yu, and B.-G Tong. (2008). "Two-dimensional self-propelled fish motion in medium: an integrated method for deforming body dynamics and unsteady fluid dynamics." Chinese Physics Letters 25(2): 597-600.
  21. Bao, L. and Y.-L. Yu (2007). Preliminary Modeling of the Fluid-Structure Interaction on a deformable insect wing in flapping. Proceeding of the fifth international conference on fluid mechanics, Tsinghua University Press & Springer: 638-641.
  22. Bao, L., J.-S. Hu, Y.-L. Yu, and B.-G Tong. (2006). "Viscoelastic constitutive model related to deformation of insect wing under loading in flapping motion. Applied Mathematics and Mechanics." Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (English Edition) 27(6): 741-748.
  23. Yu, Y.-L. and B.-G. Tong (2006). On theoretical modeling of unsteady viscous flow excited by flapping wings during insect forward flight. 3rd International Symposium on Aero Aqua Bio-Mechanisms (ISABMEC 2006). Okinawa , Japan.
  24. Bao, L., Y.-L. Yu, B.-G Tong. (2006). Viscoelastic constitutive model of insect wing under loading in flapping motion. 3rd International Symposium on Aero Aqua Bio-Mechanisms (ISABMEC 2006). Okinawa , Japan.
  25. Yu, Y.-L. and B.-G. Tong (2005). "A flow control mechanism in wing flapping with stroke asymmetry during insect forward flight." ACTA Mechanica Sinica (English Series) 21(3): 218-227.
  26. Yu, Y.-L., B.-G. Tong, et al. (2005). "Unsteady flow mechanisms revisited in insect flapping flight" ACTA Mechanica Sinica (Chinese Series) 37(3): 257-265
  27. Hu, W.-R., Y.-L. Yu, and B.-G Tong. (2004). "A numerical and analytical study on a tail-flapping model for fish fast C-start." ACTA Mechanica Sinica (English Series) 20(1): 16-23.
  28. Yu, Y.-L., B.-G. Tong, et al. (2004). An analytical study on rotation timing control of wing flapping in small-insect flight. 4th international conference on fluid mechanics, Dalian, Tsinghua University Press & Springer-Verlag.
  29. Yu, Y.-L., B.-G. Tong, et al. (2003). "An analytic approach to theoretical modeling of highly unsteady viscous flow excited by wing flapping in small insects." ACTA Mechanica Sinica (English Serials) 19(6): 508-516.
  30. Yu, Y.-L., B.-G. Tong, et al. (2003). Aerodynamic characteristics of wing flapping with asymmetric stroke-cycles during insect forward flight. 2nd international symposium on aqua bio-mechanisms / international seminar on aqua bio-mechanisms. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
  31. Hu, W.-R., Y.-L. Yu, et al. (2003). Flow physics revisited in fish fast C-start. 2nd international symposium on aqua bio-mechanisms / international seminar on aqua bio-mechanisms. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

Research Interests

1. Biomechanics of Animal Locomotion
2. Aerodynamics
3. Unsteady flow and Vorex Control