Name: LIANG Jingtao
1986 Bachelor, Zhejiang University, College of Energy Engineering, Majoring in Cryogenic Engineering
1989 Master, Research Center of Cryogenic Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1993 Ph. D., Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences/ CENG/SBT France
1995 Postdoc, Research Center of Cryogenic Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1995 – 1999 Associate Researcher, Researcher and Vice Director sequentially, Research Center of Cryogenic Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1999 – Now Vice Director and Director of Key Laboratory of Space Power Thermal Conversion Technology sequentially, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
LIANG has been engaged in small-scale cryogenic refrigeration technology research for a long period, that is, using small thermodynamic mechanical devices to acquire, maintain and apply various temperatures from millikelvin to room temperature, to meet the application requirements of different types of superconductive and semiconductor devices in scientific research, space remote sensing and other fields. The main disciplines of small-scale cryogenic refrigeration are thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Mainly focusing on:
1. Pulse tube refrigeration technology: including working mechanism, deep low temperature, ultra-high frequency, large cooling capacity and other frontier topics, as well as practical key technologies
2. Extremely cryogenic refrigeration technology: including throttling and cooling in liquid helium temperature zone, adsorption refrigeration, etc.
3. Low temperature flow and heat transfer technology: including low temperature loop heat pipe, low temperature system thermal design and analysis, etc.
Awards and Honors:
Peter Kapitza Prize of 1st International Institute of Refrigeration, Third Class Prize of National Invention, Second Class Prize of CAS Invention, Youth Scientist Prize of CAS, National Excellent Postdoc Prize, etc. National Outstanding Youth Foundation (1997), Millions of Leading Engineering Talents Project. Winner of government special allowance. Special core researcher of CAS.
1.Jingtao Liang, Yuan Zhou and Wenxiu Zhu, Development of a single-stage pulse tube refrigerator capable of reaching 49K, Cryogenics, 1990, Vol.30, No.1, pp.49-51.
2.A. Ravex, P. Rolland and J. Liang, "Experimental study and modelization of a pulse tube refrigerator", Cryogenics, 1992, Vol.32, ICEC-14 Supplement, pp.9-12
3.J. Liang, A. Ravex and P. Rolland, "Study on pulse tube refrigeration. Part 1-3", Cryogenics, 1996, Vol.36, No.2, pp.87-106.
4.Jingtao Liang, Cunquan Zhang, Jinghui Cai, et al., Pulse tube refrigerator with low temperature switching valve: concept and experiments, Cryogenics, 1997, Vol.37, No.9, pp.497-503.
5.J. Liang, Thermodynamic cycles in oscillating flow regenerators, Journal of Applied Physics, 1997, Vol.82, No.9, pp.4159-4165.
6.J. Liang, Y. Zhou, W. Zhu, W. Sun, J. Yang, S. Li, Study on miniature pulse tube cryocooler for space application, Cryogenics, 2000, Vol. 40, No.3, pp.229-233.
7.J. Liang, J.H. Cai, Y. Zhou, et al., Development of 40-80K Linear Compressor Driven Pulse Tube Cryocoolers, Cryocoolers 12, 2003, Kluwer Academic /Plenum Publishers, pp.115-121.
8.H.Z. Dang, Y.L. Ju, J.T. Liang, et al., Performance of Stirling-type non-magnetic and non-metallic co-axial pulse tube cryocoolers for high-Tc SQUIDs operation, Cryogenics, 2005, Vol.45, No.3, pp.213-223.
9.Q. Mo and J.T. Liang, A Novel Design and Experimental Study of a Cryogenic Loop Heat Pipe with High Heat Transfer Capability, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2006, Volume 49, Issues 3-4, pp.770-776.
10.Qing Mo, Jingtao Liang, Operational performance of a cryogenic loop heat pipe with insufficient working fluid inventory, International Journal of Refrigeration, 2006, Vol.29, pp.519-527.
11.Jia Quan,Yanjie Liu,Dong Liu, Kun Zhang, Jingtao Liang,Jing Li,Qijun Yao, Shengcai Shi, 4K high frequency pulse tube cryocooler used for terahertz space application, Chin. Sci. Bull.(2014)59(27):3490-3494.
12.Quan Jia, Zhou Zhenjun, Liu Yanjie, Li Jiangguo, Ma Yuexue, Liang Jingtao, A miniature liquid helium temperature JT cryocooler for space application,Science China,Technological Sciences, November (2014)Vol.57 No.11:2236-2240.