Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia (Oct 2017–Oct 2018)
Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China, (Sept 2013-Apr 2019)
Northeast Agricultural University , Haerbin, China,(Sept 2009- June 2013)
Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China (May 2019–present)
Focus on CO2 geological storage mechanisms and multiphase flow characteristics in porous media
CO2 capillary trapping
Diffusion coefficient measurement
Multiphase flow in porous media
2017 Scholarship of Chinese Top University Graduate Students Studying Abroad program
2017 National Scholarship
2016 Dalian University of Technology Excellent Graduate (top 10 percent)
2016 Mizuta Noriko Scholarship
1.Ying Teng, Pengfei Wang, et al. (2020). An experimental study of density-driven convection of fluid pairs with viscosity contrast in porous media. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 152: 119514.
2.Ying Teng, Lanlan Jiang, et al. (2018). MRI study on CO2 capillary trap and drainage behavior in sandstone cores under geological storage temperature and pressure. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 119: 678.
3.Ying Teng, Pengfei Wang, et al. (2018). A spectrophotometric method for measuring dissolved CO2 in saline water. Experiments in Fluids, 59(9): 138.
4.Yu Liu, Lanlan Jiang, Ying Teng, et al. (2018). Displacement and dissolution characteristics of CO2/brine system in unconsolidated porous media. Transport in Porous Media, 2018, 122(3): 595.
5.Ying Teng, Lanlan Jiang, et al. (2017). Quantifying the dynamic density driven convection in high permeability packed beds. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 39: 168.
6.Yu Liu, Ying Teng, et al. (2017). Displacement front behavior of near miscible CO2 flooding in decane saturated synthetic sandstone cores revealed by magnetic resonance imaging. Magnetic resonance imaging, 37, 171.
7.Bohao Wu, Xingbo Li, Ying Teng, et al. (2017). Characterizing the Dissolution Rate of CO2-Brine in Porous Media under Gaseous and Supercritical Conditions. Applied Sciences, 8(1): 4.
8.Ying Teng, Yu Liu, et al. (2016). CO2 capillary trapping behaviour in glass sand packed heterogeneous porous media during drainage and imbibition revealed by magnetic resonance imaging. RSC Advances, 6,103: 101452.
9.Ying Teng, Yu Liu, et al. (2016). A visualization study on two-phase gravity drainage in porous media by using magnetic resonance imaging. Magnetic resonance imaging, 34, 855.
10.Yu Liu, Ying Teng, et al. (2016). Experimental study on CO2 diffusion in bulk n-decane and n-decane saturated porous media using micro-CT. Fluid Phase Equilibria, 417, 212.
11.Lanlan Jiang, Yu Liu, Ying Teng, et al. (2016). Permeability estimation of porous media by using an improved capillary bundle model based on micro-CT derived pore geometries. Heat & Mass Transfer, 2016:1.