Associate Professors

Guohua Wang

Name:Guohua Wang
Date of Birth:
Institution:College of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Lanzhou University
Address:222 South Tianshui Road, Lanzhou 730000, Gansu Province, China
?2007.09—2014.06, Ph.D in Engineering Mechanics, College of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Lanzhou University, China.
?2003.09—2007.06, B.S in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, College of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Lanzhou University, China.
?2016.11—present, lectuer, College of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Lanzhou University, China.
?2014.07—2016.10, postdoctor, College of Engineering, Peking University, China.
Research Areas
High-Reynolds Number Wall Turbulence
Multiphase Fluid Dynamics
Mechanics of Wind-blown Sand Movements
Visiting Positions
Members and Activities
Main Courses
Research Grants

2018-2020 Effect of sand/dust particles on the turbulent kenetic energy and spatial scale of the large and very-large scale motions in the Atmospheric surface layer. NSFC, PI

2015-2019 Turbulent Structure and Dynamical Mechanisms of Wind-Blown Sand Movement at High Reynolds Number. NSFC, Co

2013-2017 Measurement and analysis of flow features and turbulent structures in wind-blown sand flows / sandstorms. NSFC, Co

2014-2017 Nonlinear-mechanics of complex structures or matter trasportations at extereme envorionment. NSFC,Co

2017-2018 Experimental study on the evolution of very large scale motions in turbulent boundary layer. Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, PI

Refereed Publications
  1. Wang, G., Zheng, X., & Tao, J. (2017). Very large scale motions and pm10 concentration in a high-re boundary layer. Physics of Fluids, 29(6), 1-28.
  2. Liu, H., Wang, G., & Zheng, X. (2017). Spatial length scales of large-scale structures in atmospheric surface layers. Physical Review Fluids, 2(6).
  3. Wang, G., & Zheng, X. (2016). Very large scale motions in the atmospheric surface layer: a field investigation. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 802, 464-489.
  4. Zheng, X., Wang, G., Bo, T., & Zhu, W. (2015). Field observations on the turbulent features of the near-surface flow fields and dust transport during dust storms. Procedia Iutam, 17, 13-19.
  5. Wang, G., Bo, T., Zhang, J., Zhu, D., & Zheng, X. (2014). The critical frequency of the large-scale vortices and the background turbulence in desert area. Atmospheric Research, 143(24), 293-300.
  6. Wang, G., Bo, T., Zhang, J., Zhu, W., & Zheng, X. (2014). Transition region where the large-scale and very large scale motions coexist in atmospheric surface layer: wind tunnel investigation. Journal of Turbulence, 15(3), 172-185.
  7. Liu, H., Bo, T., Wang, G., & Zheng, X. (2014). The analysis of turbulence intensity and reynolds shear stress in wall-bounded turbulent flows at high reynolds numbers. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 150(1), 33-47.
  8. Zheng, X., Zhang, J., Wang, G., Liu, H., & Zhu, W. (2013). Investigation on very large scale motions (vlsms) and their influence in a dust storm. Science China (Physics,Mechanics & Astronomy), 56(2), 306-314.
  9. Wang, G., Jia, S. & Zheng, X. (2012). Distortion of wind field induced by meteorological observation masts. Journal of Lanzhou University, 48(5), 71-78. (In Chinese)
  10. Xu, X., Wang, G., Zheng, X., & Bo, T. (2015). Numerical analysis of the distortion of the horizontal flow field induced by a meteorological tower. Journal of Lanzhou University, 51(3), 426-434. (In Chinese)