Symposium B-5: Heat Transfer: from Meso-scale to Macro-scale

(Mechanics of Fluids and Thermal Systems)

Symposium Organizer:

Yuan Yang, Columbia University
yy2664@columbia.edu

Tengfei Luo, University of Notre Dame

tluo@nd.edu

Symposium Technical Description

Heat transfer is critical in various energy process across multiple scales, ranging from power plant to personal thermal management, and from HVAC systems to electronic devices. Fundamental understanding of heat transfer at mesoscale and its connection with macroscale process are essential to developing advanced materials, devices and systems for reducing energy consumption and carbon footprint. This symposium will focus on understanding and control of heat transfer at mesoscale and its influence at the macro-scale.

 Technical Program

Tuesday | T1 10:00am-11:40am

B5-1: Heat Transfer: Phonon Theory
Room 0103 Session Chair:    Yuan Yang, Tengfei Luo, Mark Kedzierski, Thanh Tran Track B: Mechanics of Fluids and Thermal Systems
10:00 am Thinking beyond the phonon gas model (Invited)

Asegun Henry

10:30 am Thermal phonon scattering at interfaces and boundaries: linking atomistic structure and the phonon spectrum (Invited)

Austin J Minnich

11:00 am Variational Approach to Solving the Boltzmann Transport Equation and New Frontiers for MFP Reconstruction

Vazrik Chiloyan

11:20 am Grain-size dependent Kapitza resistance model for the thermal conductivity of polycrystals

Jean-Baptiste Bouquet, Claudio V Di Leo, Julian J Rimoli

Tuesday | T2 1:00pm-2:40pm

B5-2: Heat Transfer: Thermal Transport in Noval Nano-Materials
Room 0103
Session Chair:   Yuan Yang, Tengfei Luo, Mark Kedzierski, Thanh Tran Track B:    Mechanics of Fluids and Thermal Systems
1:00 pm Thermal transport mechanisms and structure engineering in polymer composites with self-assembled and branched networks of nanoscale fillers

(Invited)

Theodorian Borca-Tasciuc

1:20 pm Nanostructured materials for advanced heat transfer (Invited)

Sheng Shen

1:40 pm Electrical-potential dependent enhancement of heat transport in graphite suspensions (Invited)

Shien-Ping Feng

2:00 pm Thermal transport in mesoscale, heterogeneous systems (Invited)

Amy Marconnet

2:20 pm The electronic and thermal properties in the folds of MoS2

Jie Peng

Tuesday | T3 3:00pm-4:40pm

B5-3: Heat Transfer: Radiative, Convetive and Evaporative Heat Transfer
Room 0103
Session Chair:   Yuan Yang, Tengfei Luo, Mark Kedzierski, Thanh Tran Track B:    Mechanics of Fluids and Thermal Systems
3:00 pm
Natural and biomimetic radiative cooling nano-photonic structures (Invited)
Nanfang Yu
3:20 pm High heat flux evaporative heat transfer through nanoporous membrane (Invited)

Renkun Chen

3:40 pm Ultrahigh-performance radiative cooling

Zhen Chen, Linxiao Zhu, Aaswath Raman, Shanhui Fan

4:00 pm Thermally insulating and flame retarding 3D honeycomb graphene scaffolds

Menglong Hao

4:20 pm Anisotropic of thermal flow from full brillouin zone anisotropic solution to the three dimensional phonon boltzmann transport equation

Francis VanGessel

Wednesday | W1 10:00am-11:40am

B5-4:    Heat Transfer: Experimental Thermal Transport Measurements
Room 0103
Session Chair:     Yuan Yang, Tengfei Luo, Mark Kedzierski, Thanh Tran Track B:    Mechanics of Fluids and Thermal Systems
10:00 am Some unconventional thermal metrologies

Chris Dames

10:20 am Mechanically tunable thermal conductivity in bilayer heterostructures

Yuan Gao, Baoxing Xu

10:40 am Quantifying thermal exchange between a heated microprobe and sample: applications in scanning thermoelectric microscopy

Adam A. Wilson

11:00 am Dynamic disorders in superatomic crystals and organic-inorganic perovskites control thermal transport behavior

Wee-Liat Ong, Evan O’Brien, Giselle Elbaz, Octavi Semonin, Patrick Dougherty, Daniel Paley, C. Fred Higgs, Alan McGaughey, Jonathan Malen, Xavier Roy

11:20 am Strategies to Characterize Thermal Properties of Nanostructured Materials, Thin-Films and Interfaces

Adam A. Wilson