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Name: THAI BUI QUOCt thai

Title: Assoc.Prof., PhD of Engineering

Date of birth: 1952

Position: Senior lecturer

Tel: (844)37631045, (844)38692742, (844)38692984

Email: bqthai-hcth@mail.hut.edu.vn

 

  1. Courses taught
  • Turbomachine
  • Manufacturing Processes of Hydraulic Machinery;
  • Hydraulic Dynamic Transmission;
  • Air Compressor.
  1. Fields of interest:
  • Turbomachine design and structure optimazation of hydraulich machines and equipment.
  • Designs of machine using renewable energy.
  • Hydraulic dynamic transmission.
  • – Air-flow power machines.
  1. Education:
Degree Year of graduation Field and university
Visiting research 2001 Renewable energy (win turbine and solar energy) in China
Doctor 2000 Hydraulic Machines, Hanoi University of Science & Technology
Master 1996 Hydraulic Machines, Hanoi University of Science & Technology
Engineer 1981 Hydraulic Machines, Hanoi University of Science & Technology
  1. Brief research background and working experiences:

1981 – 1996:   Laboratory staff, Dept. of Hydraulic Machines and Automation, Hanoi University of Science & Technology).

1997 – 2001:  Lecturer

2002 – up to date: Senior Lecturer, Institute of Transportation Engineering (ITE), HUST.

  1. Remarkable scientific projects

01 Design and manufacturing micro hydro-power equipment in Vietnam, State Program 52C-03004, completed on 23/11/1990.

02 Project of manufacturing and application of micro hydro-power equipment, HD-KHKT 45-91, completed on 23/4/1993.

03 Design, manufacturing and testing a prototype of hydro-power units with power in the range of kW to MW, Project of Ministry of Education and Training, completed on 16/3/1995.

04 Design, manufacturing and testing a prototype of micro hydro-power units with low head (H = 0.8 – 2.2 m); low power (N = 0.1 -0.7 kW), Porject of New Energy Resource Program, completed on 23/5/1995.

05 Design and fabrication of 32 000 m3 per hour axial pump, a national project lead by the Institute of Water Resources

06 A study on increment of axial pump efficiency by improvement of design method and optimization of the manufacturing process of the guiding blades. A Ministerial project coded B98-28-39.TD. Completed on 01/06/2000.

07 A study on some basic problems of the Technical Hydrodynamics. A National level project coded 3.2.01.01. Completed in 2003.

08 The specialized field of fans – Establishment of the method of fan design. – Selection of geometrical parameters and evaluate their influences on the fan working characteristics. – Study method for evaluation of the fan aerodynamic characteristics. – Technical design of 01 industrial fan producing high pressure and high power capacity.

  1. Published Books:

2007 Air Compressor

1999 Manufacturing Processes of Hydraulic Machinery

1999 Hydraulic Dynamic transmission

2001 Speciality problems of Hydraulic Machinery

  1. Remarkable Published Papers:
[1] An Experimental investigation of Hydraulic characteristics of the water turbine blades using open – typed tunnel, Proc. of National Conf. of Fluid Mechanics, 1995, pp.92-97.

[2] A study in optimization of axial pump design, Proc. of National Conf. of Mechanics, 1997.

[3] A study of parameter effects in guiding vane of axial pump, Proc. of National Conf. of Fluid Mechanics, 2000, pp.238-247.

[4] Optimal selection of L/Z ratio for designing guiding vane of axial pump, Proc. of National Conf. of Fluid Mechanics, 2000, pp.248-255.

[5] Optimal selection of blade number Zgv for designing guiding vane of axial pump, Proc. of National Conf. of Fluid Mechanics, 2000, pp.256-261.

[6] A study of hydraulic losses in axial pump, Proc. of National Conf. of Mechanics, 2001, pp.218-224.

[7] Applied wind energy in exploitation of renewable energy in Vietnam, Proc. of National Conf. of Fluid Mechanics, 2004, pp.515-525.

[8] Some application of research results in design of rotary pump, Proc. of National Conf. of Fluid Mechanics, 2004, pp.526-537.

[9] Optimal selection of attacted angle αa for designing guiding vane of axial pump, Proc. of National Conf. of Fluid Mechanics, 2004, pp.538-548.

 

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