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Ding-Yu Peng BSc, Ph.D., D.Sc., P.Eng., FCIC Professor

Address
Room 1C119 Engineering Building

Research Area(s)

  • Thermodynamics
  • Phase Behaviour
  • Equations of State
  • Petroleum
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Carbondioxide
  • Bitumen
  • Oil sands Tailings
  • Natural Gas
  • Solvent Recovery

Biography

Education and Experience

Specialization: Thermodynamics of Hydrocarbons and Related Fluids

Publications

Refereed Journal Publications

  • Dalai, A.K. and Peng, D. (2012). Preface for 60th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, Preface for 60th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference90, 274-276.
  • Hasan, N.S.M. and Peng, D. (2011). Excess molar enthalpies of ternary mixtures (dibutyl ether or dipropyl ether + 2,2-dimethylbutane + 2,3-dimethylbutane) at the temperature 298.15 K., Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics43(9), 1355-1360.
  • Hasan, N.S.M. and Peng, D. (2011). Excess molar enthalpies of ternary mixtures (1-hexene+tetrahydrofuran+2,2-dimethylbutane or 2,3-dimethylbutane) at the temperature 298.15 K., Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics43(3), 323-328.
  • Peng, D. and Hasan, N.S.M. (2011). Comment on "Isobaric (vapour + liquid) equilibria for the (1-propanol + 1-butanol) binary mixture at (53.3 and 91.3) kPa"., Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics43(3), 511-513.
  • Hasan, N.S.M. and Peng, D. (2010). Excess Molar Enthalpies of Di-n-propyl ether + Di-n-butyl ether + (1-Hexene or Tetrahydrofuran) at 298.15 K., Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data56(4), 946-950.
  • Peng, D.Y. (2010). Extending the Van Laar Model to Multicomponent Systems, The Open Thermodynamics Journal4, 129-140. Available online at: http://www.bentham.org/open/totherj/openaccess2.htm
  • Theerarattananoon, K., Lin, Y. and Peng, D.Y. (2008). Metabolic heat evolution of Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown under very-high-gravity conditions., Process Biochemistry43, 1253-1258.
  • Liao, D.K., Meng, X.L., Tong, Z.F., Zheng, D.X., Peng, D.Y. and Lu, B. (2007). Excess Molar Enthalpies of p-Cymene + a-Pinene and B-Pinene at (298.15, 308.15, and 318.15) K and at Atmospheric Pressure, J. Chem. Eng. Data52, 808-811.
  • Wang, Z., Lu, B.C.Y., Peng, D. and Lan, C.Q. (2006). Liebermann-Fried Model Parameters for Calculating Vapour-Liquid Equilibria of Oxygenate and Hydrocarbon Mixtures, Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers28(7), 1089-1105.
  • Pang, J. and Peng, D. (2006). Representation of Carboxylic Acid-Containing Systems by Association Model-Incorporated Equations of State, Fluid Phase Equilibria241(1-2), 31-40.
  • Peng, D., Lin, H.M. and Lee, M.J. (2005). Binary Interaction Parameters for the Peng-Robinson Equation of State (In Chinese)(Invited), Chemical Engineering Technology (Taiwan)13(9), 159-178.
  • Peng, D., Pang, J. and Lu, B. (2005). An Equation of State for Associating Systems, Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers28(7), 1157-1168.

Conference Presentations / Poster Presentations

  • Afrianto, A., Lee, M., Lin, H. and Peng, D. (2011). Vapor-Liquid Equilibria of Carbon Dioxide-Containing Binary Mixtures near Their Critical Regions., Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, London, Ontario, Canada, October 23-26.
  • Peng, D.Y. (2010). Application of a Reformulated Van Laar Equation., 60th Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering Conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, Oct. 24-27.
  • Hasan, N.S.M. and Peng, D. (2010). Excess Molar Enthalpies of Ternary Mixtures Involving Ethers and Alkanes at the Temperature 298.15 K., 60th Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering Conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, Oct. 24-27.
  • Theerarattananoon, K., Lin, Y. and Peng, D.Y. (2006). Calorimetric Characterization of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in Very High Gravity Fermentation, 56th CSChE Conference, Sherbrooke, QC, October 15-18.
  • Peng, D. (2006). Response to the GPA Donald L. Katz Award, Proceedings of the 85th Annual Gas Processors Association Convention, Grapevine, Texas, March 6.

Keynote Conference Presentation

  • Peng, D.Y. (Keynote) (2010). A Simplified Van Laar Equation. 2010 APCChE Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, Oct. 5-8., 13th Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering Congress, Taipei, Taiwan, October 5 - 8.

Invited Lecture/Talk

  • Peng, D. (Invited) (2011). A Rectified Van Laar Model, 64th Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Bangalore, India, December 27-December 29.
  • Peng, D. (Invited) (2011). A New Form of the Van Laar Equation, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan, Shanxi, PRC, December 8, 2012.
  • Peng, D. (Invited) (2011). From EOS to Gamma Models-An Adventure in Thermodynamics, Faculty of Science and Engineering, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 26.
  • Peng, D.Y. (Invited) (2010). Representation of Equilibrium Properties in Chemical Engineering Process Simulation., National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, Oct. 6.
  • Peng, D.Y. (Invited) (2007). Thermodynamic Analysis of Bioenergy Production, Canada-Taiwan Symposium of Biotechnology, Information and Energy Technology, Vancouver, BC, October 20-21.
  • Peng, D.Y. (Invited) (2006). Equations of State for Chemical Engineering Process Calculations, CHEMCON 2006 Conference, Thermodynamics and Reaction Engineering Session, Bharuch, Gujarat, India, December 27-30.

Plenary Lecture/Talk

  • Peng, D.Y. (Plenary) (2008). Representation of Equilibrium Properties in Chemical Engineering Process Simulation, iCON/VMG Sim International User Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 17-19.