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Faculty

Hao Wu Associate Professor

Academic Area: 
Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics
Research Interests: 
Coal pollution control
Bio: 

Educational Background

PhD, Power engineering & Engineering Thermophysics, Southeast University (2014.03-2017.12)

MA, Thermal Power Engineering, Nanjing Normal University (2010.09-2013.07)

BA, Thermal Energy and Power Engineering, Nanjing Normal University (2006.09-2010.07)

Research Projects

Government Sponsored Research 

  1. Study on the enlargement and removal characteristics of fine particles during high humidity flue gas cooling condensation process, National Natural Science Foundation of China (51806107). Principle Investigator, 2019.01-2021.12
  2. Transformation mechanism of fine particulate in flue gas and the method of removal enhancement, National Basic Research Program of China (2013CB228505)Participation, 2014.01-2017.12
  3. New technology and equipment for PM2.5 removal by wet dust removal in coal-fired power stationsNational High Technology Research and Development Program of China (2013AA065004)Participation, 2014.01-2017.12
  4. Basic research on low cost and ultra-low emission control technology for coal-fired power stations (2016YFC0203700), The National Key Research and Development Project, Participation, 2017.01-2020.12
  5. Study on properties changes and efficient removal of PM2.5 in wet flue gas desulfurization (21276049), National Natural Science Foundation of China. Participation2013.01-2016.12.
  6. Study on properties changes of PM2.5 during SCR process and the effects on the emission of coal-fired power plant (51576039), National Natural Science Foundation of China. Participation2016.01-2019.12.
  7. Research on depth utilization of flue gas waste heat and high-effective removal technology of PM2.5 based on vapor heterogeneous condensation (BE2014856)Jiang Su Science and Technology Plan ProjectsParticipation2014.01-2017.12.

Company Sponsored Research

  1. Study on migration characteristics and enhanced removal of PM2.5 in coal-fired power plantsChina Southern Power Grid Company LimitedParticipation2015-2016.
  2. Study on discharge characteristics of fine particulate matter in energy consumption process of Jinan city, Jinan Environmental Protection, Planning and Design InstituteParticipation2016.
  3. Study on migration and transformation of smoke and dust in coal-fired power plants under ultra-low emission, Jiangsu Frontier Power Technology Company limitedParticipation2017.

Journal Articles

  • First Author
  1. Hao Wu, Linjun Yang, Jinpei Yan, et al. Improving the removal of fine particles by heterogeneous condensation during WFGD processes. Fuel Processing Technology, 2016, 145: 116-122.
  2. Hao Wu, Danping Pan, Yezheng Jiang, et al. Improving the removal of fine particles from desulfurized flue gas by adding humid airFuel, 2016, 184: 153-161.
  3. Hao Wu, Danping Pan, Rongting Huang, et al. Abatement of fine particle emission by heterogeneous vapor condensation during wet limestone-gypsum flue gas desulfurizationEnergy & Fuels2016, 30: 6103-6109.
  4. Hao Wu, Danping Pan, Jingjing Bao, et al. Improving the removal efficiency of sulfuric acid droplets from flue gas using heterogeneous vapor condensation in a limestone-gypsum desulfurization pr-ocess. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2017, 92: 230–237.
  5. Hao Wu, Danping Pan, Guangxin Hong, et al. Removal of sulfuric acid aerosols in desulfurized flue gas by adding moist airJournal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2017, 92: 1026-1034. 
  6. Hao Wu, Danping Pan, Guilong Xiong, et al. The abatement of fine particles from desulfurized flue gas by heterogeneous vapor condensation coupling two impinging streamsChemical Engineering and Processing, 2016, 108: 174-180. 
  7. Hao Wu, Danping Pan, Rui Zhang, et al. Abatement of fine particle emission from a coal-fired power plant based on the condensation of SO3 and water vapor. Energy & Fuels, 2017. 31: 3219-3226. 
  8. Hao Wu, Danping Pan, Rui Zhang, et al. Reducing fine particle emissions by heterogeneous vapor condensation after wet desulfurization process. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2017. 92: 2342-2350. 
  9. Hao Wu, Linjun Yang. Removal of fine particles from coal combustion by heterogeneous condensational enlargement in wet flue gas desulfurization. Clean Coal Technology and Sustainable Development, 2016, 401-408. 
  10. Hao WuJiaxing SunDongxu Qi, et al. Photocatalytic removal of elemental mercury from flue gas using multi-walled carbon nanotubes impregnated with titanium dioxide. Fuel, 2018, 230:218-225. 
  11. Hao Wu, Danping Pan, Yezheng Jiang, et al. Removal of fine particles from flue gas by heterogeneous condensation in WFGD system32nd Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, 2015, October 5 - October 8
  12. Hao Wu, Meng Wang, Hao Liu, et al.  Influence of SO2 on the cyclic calcination and carbonation of calcium-based sorbent for CO2 captureJournal of Fuel Chemistry and Technology, 2013, 41(3):368-373.
  13. Hao Wu, Hen Chen, Qianwen Wang, et al. Characteristics and inhibition of mercury re-emission from desulfurization slurry by Fenton reagent. Fuel Processing Technology, 2019, 188:89-97. 
  14. Hao Wu, Jiaxing Sun, Changsong Zhou, et al. Effect of additives on stabilization and inhibition of mercury re-emission in simulated desulphurization slurry. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 2019, 16:7705-7714. 
  15. Hao Wu, Qianwen Wang, Hongmin Yang. Promoting the removal of particulate matters by heterogeneous vapor condensation in double-loop wet flue gas desulfurization system. Energy & Fuels, 2019, 33:4632-4639.
  • Corresponding Author
  1. Lei Zhou, Shuying Yang, Wu Chen, Xiaobei Wang, Zhulin Yuan, Linjun Yang*Hao Wu*. Chemical agglomeration properties of fine particles immersed in solutions and the reduction in fine particle emission by adding emulsion polymers. Fuel Processing Technology, 2018, 175:44-53. 
  2. Lei Zhou, Shuying Yang, Zhulin Yuan, Linjun Yang*Hao Wu*Inhibition of fine particles fugitive emission from the open-pit lignite mines by polymer aqueous solutions. Colloids and Surfaces A, 2018, 555:429-439.
  3. Rui ZhangHao Wu*, Xiaodong Si, Lingling Zhao, Linjun Yang*. Improving the removal of fine particulate matter based on heterogeneous condensation in desulfurized flue gas. Fuel Processing Technology, 2018, 174:9-16. 
  4. Lei ZhouShuying YangBin HuZhulin YuanHao Wu*Linjun Yang*. Evaluating of the performance of a composite wetting dust suppressant on lignite dustPowder Technology2018, 339:882-893.
  5. Zongkang Sun, Linjun Yang*, Ao Shen, Bin Hu, Xiaobei Wang, Hao Wu*Improving the removal of fine particles from coal combustion in the effect of turbulent agglomeration enhanced by chemical spray. Fuel, 2018, 234:558-566. 
  6. Lei Zhou, Yong Liu, Lvyuan Luo, Zhulin Yuan, Linjun Yang*Hao Wu*Improving the removal of fine particles by chemical agglomeration during the limestone-gypsum wet flue gas desulfurization processJournal of Environmental Sciences, 201980:33-44. 
  7. Lei Zhou, Wu Chen, Hao Wu*, Ao shen, Zhulin Yuan, Linjun Yang*. Investigation on the relationship of droplet atomization performance and fine particle abatement during the chemical agglomeration process. Fuel, 2019, 245:67-77. 
  8. Teng Cheng, Lvyuan Luo, LinJun Yang,* Hongmei Fan, Hao Wu*Formation and emission characteristics of ammonium sulfate aerosols in flue gas downstream of selective catalytic reductionEnergy Fuels, 2019, 33:7861-7868
  9. Zongkang Sun, Linjun Yang*, Ao Shen, Lei Zhou, Hao Wu*. Combined effect of chemical and turbulent agglomeration on improving the removal of fine particles by different coupling mode. Powder Technology, 2019, 344:242-250. 
  10. Teng Cheng, Chengqiang Zheng, LinJun Yang*Hao Wu*, Hongmei Fan. Effect of selective catalytic reduction denitrification on fine particulate matter emission characteristics. Fuel, 2019, 238:18-25.
  11. Heng Chen, Hao Wu*, Qianwen Wang, Ling Ji, Tingting Zhang, Hongmin YangSeparation performance of Hg2+ in desulfurization wastewater by the graphene oxide polyethersulfone membraneEnergy Fuels, 2019, 33:9241-9248.
  12. Rongting Huang, Hao Wu*, Linjun Yang*Study on the ammonia emission characteristics in an ammonia-based WFGD systemChemical Engineering Journal, 2020, 379:1-8. 
  13. Teng Cheng, Xincheng Zhou, LinJun Yang*Hao Wu*, Hongmei FanTransformation and removal of ammonium sulfate aerosols and ammonia slip from selective catalytic reduction in wet flue gas desulfurization systemJournal of Environmental Sciences, 2020, 88:72-80. 
  14. Zongkang Sun, Linjun Yang*Hao Wu*, Xin WuAgglomeration and removal characteristics of fine particles from coal combustion under different turbulent flow fieldsJournal of Environmental Sciences, 2020, 89:113-224. 
  15. Zongkang Sun, Linjun Yang*Hao Wu*, Xin Wu. Effect of turbulent flow field properties on improving the removal of coal-fired fine particles in chemical-turbulent agglomerationAdvanced Powder Technology, 2020, 31:158-168.
  16. Xiuwei Ma, Zhi Zhang, Hao Wu*, Jinjin Li, Linjun Yang*Adsorption of Volatile Organic Compounds at Medium-High Temperature Conditions by Activated Carbons. Energy & Fuels, 2020, 34(3):3679-3690.
  17. Chengqiang Zheng, Teng Cheng, Linjun Yang*Hao Wu*Hongmei FanEffect of SiO2 addition on NH4HSO4 decomposition and SO2 poisoning over V2O5-MoO3/TiO2-CeO2 catalystJournal of Environmental Sciences, 2020, 91:279-291. 
  18. Rongting Huang, Hao Wu*, Linjun Yang*Investigation on condensable particulate matter emission characteristics in wet ammonia-based desulfurization systemJournal of Environmental Sciences, 2020, 92:95-105. 
  19. Teng Cheng, Xincheng Zhou, Linjun Yang*, Zhiquan Sun, Hao Wu*Emission characteristics of soluble ions in fine particulates in limestone-gypsum wet flue gas desulfurization systemEnergy & Fuels, 2020, 34(3):3836-3842. 
  20. Ling Ji, Qianwen Wang, Zhiyue Zhang, Hao Wu, Changsong Zhou, Hongmin YangRelease characteristics of mercury in chemical looping combustion of bituminous coalJournal of Environmental Sciences, 2020, 941:197-203. 
  21. Qianwen Wang, Leilei Wang, Hao Wu, Hongmin YangPromoting fine particle removal in double-tower cascade wet flue gas desulfurization system by flue gas temperature reduction. Powder Technology, 2020,373:581-589.

Others

  1. Hao LiuHao WuJingjing Bao, et al. Photochemical removal of NO and SO2 from flue gas using UV irradiation. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2015, 9(5):775-781.
  2. Danping Pan, Hao WuLinjun Yang. Fine particle transformation during the limestone gypsum desulfurization process. Energy & Fuels (IF=3.091), 2016, 30(11): 9737-9744.
  3. Danping Pan, Hao WuLinjun Yang. Investigation on the relationship between the fine particle emission and cry-stallization characteristics of gypsum during WFGD process. Journal of environmental sciences, 201755: 303-310.
  4. Danping Pan, Hao WuLinjun Yang. Investigation of the relationship between droplets and fine particle emission during the limestone-gypsum WFGD process. Energy & Fuels (IF=3.091), 2017, 31(6): 6472-6477.
  5. Danping Pan, Hao WuLinjun Yang. Effect of gypsum crystallization characteristics on fine particle emission after desulfurization. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2017, 12(4): 573-581.
  6. Danping Pan, Hao WuRongting Huang, et al. Removal properties of sulfuric acid mist during limestone-gypsum flue gas desulfurization processJournal of southeast university (Natural science edition) , 2016, 46(02): 311-316.
  7. Danping Pan, Hao WuYezheng Jiang, et al. Improvement in removal of fine particles and SO3 acid mist from desulfurized flue gas with heterogeneous condensationJournal of Fuel Chemistry and Technology, 2016, 44(01): 113-119.
  8. Danping Pan, Hao WuJingjing Bao, et al. Removal effect of wet flue gas desulfurization system on fine particles and SO3 acid mist from coal-fired power plantsProceedings of the CSEE, 2016, 36(16): 4356-4362.
  9. Danping Pan, Linjun YangHao Wu, et al. Formation and removal characteristics of sulfuric acid mist in a wet flue gas desulfurization system. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2017, 92(3): 598-604.
  10. Danping Pan, Linjun YangHao Wu, et al. Removal characteristics of sulfuric acid aerosols from coal-fired power plants. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 2017, 67(3): 352-357.
  11. Rongting HuangRan Yu, Hao Wu, et al. Investigation on the removal of SO3 in ammonia-based WFGD system. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2016, 289: 537-543.

Honors and Awards

2016 National Doctoral Scholarship

2016 Xiexin Scholarship

Academic Title

Reviewer of the Journal of Chemical Engineering Journal, Fuel, Fuel Processing Technology, Energy & Fuels, Journal of Chemical, etc. 

Contact

Tel+86-13770940030

E-mailwu-hao@njnu.edu.cn