General

QIAN Zhi

College of Resources and Environment

Email: qianz@ucas.ac.cn
Telephone: 88256543
Mobile phone: 134 8873 2124
Address: 19# Yuquan road of Shi Jingshan district , Beijing
Postcode: 10049

Research Areas

Gas-liquid mass transfer intensification
Face the gas-liquid mass transfer process accompanied by chemical reaction and the intensification means and mechanism are investigated within the process from chemical reaction to inter-phase mass transfer.

Decarbonization and desulfurization,
Remove H2S、SO2、CO2 from natural gas, refinery gas, and industrial emissions and investigate the selective absorption of H2S with multi-acid gases coexisting. The high gravity technology is employed to enhance gas-liquid mass transfer and improve the selectivity.

Process intensification within membrane separation technology
Apply the principle and technique of process intensification to the water treatment process. Based on original membrane separation technology we aim at improving and developing new equipment and new technology.

Education

2005.09 - 2010.06:  PhD,  Majoring in Chemical engineering and technology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology

2005.09 - 2010.06: BEng, Majoring in Chemical engineering and technology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology 

Experience

   
Work Experience
2010.07- now: Graduate University of Chinese academy of sciences 

2010.05 – 2010.07: High Gravity Research Center of Beijing Research Institution of Chemical Industry, SINOPEC

Publications

   
Papers

[1]Zhi Qian, Zhisheng Yu,Xinchun Liu, Hongxun Zhang and Yiwen Jv. A Pilot-scale Demonstration of Reverse Osmosis Unit in Coal-bed Methane Produced Water Treatment and Its Governing Modeling Research. Chin. J. of Chem. Eng ,2012, 20(2): 302-311. 
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[2] Zhi Qian , Kai Guo. Selective absorption of H2S from gas mixture of CO2 and H2S into aqueous N-methyldiethanolamine in a rotating packed bed. I&EC Research, 2010, 49(13): 6196–6203.
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[3] Zhi Qian, Kai Guo. Modeling study on gas-liquid mass transfer accompanied by reversible reaction in a rotating packed bed. Chin. J. of Chem. Eng ,2010, 61(4): 832-838. 
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[4] Zhi Qian, Lianbin Xu, Huibo Cao, Kai Guo. Modeling study on absorption of CO2 by aqueous solutions of MDEA in rotating packed bed. I&EC Research, 2009, 48(20), 9261-9267

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[5] Zhi Qian, Kai Guo. Modeling and kinetic study on absorption of CO2 by aqueous solutions of MDEA in a modified wetted wall column. Chin. J. of Chem. Eng., 2009,17(4): 571-579.  
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