KANG, Ling

KANG, Ling

Senior Engineer
Department: Environmental Science
Research interests: Atmospheric environment; Atmospheric physics
Tel/fax: 86-10-62752461
E-mail: lkang@pku.edu.cn
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EDUCATION

Ph.D., School of Physics, Peking University, 2010
M.S., Center for Environmental Sciences, Peking University, 1999
Associate degree, Department of Radio Physics and Electronics,Peking University, 1983

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2007–present, Senior Engineer, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University
2006–2007, Senior Engineer, College of Environment Sciences, Peking University
1999–2002, Engineer, Center for Environmental Sciences,Peking University
1996–1999, Junior Engineer, Center for Environmental Sciences,Peking University

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Graduate course: Environmental hydromechanics; Physical modeling of atmospheric diffusion

RESEARCH INTERESTS

By using numerical simulation and field experiment method to study the atmospheric diffusion and the atmospheric boundary layer

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. CAI Xuhui, LIU Xiao, KANG Ling, LIU Xinjian: Numerical Simulation of Cooling Tower Influences on Atmospheric Dispersion. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis, Vol. 49, No. 3 (May 2013)
2. L. Kang, H.S. Zhang, Z. Y. Wang and J.Y. Chen: Study on the Atmospheric Stability Class over Difference Surface Conditions. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Uuiversitatis Pekinensis, 2011, 47, 66-70 (in Chinese with English Abstract)
3. L. Kang, X.H. Cai, Z. Y. Wang, J.Y. Chen and R. T. Yao: Numerical Analysis and Simulation of Characteristics of Atmospheric Diffusion in Coastal Area of Zhangzhou, Fujian. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Uuiversitatis Pekinensis, 2011, 47, 71-78 (in Chinese with English Abstract)
4. L. Kang, X.H. Cai, H.S. Zhang, M. Z. Y. Wang and J.Y. Chen: Thermal Internal Boundary Layer over Shidaowan Nuclear Power Station Site, Shandong Province. Radiation Protect, 2010, 30, 65-69 (in Chinese with English Abstract)
5. X. WANG,X.H. Cai,L. Kang,H.S. Zhang and J.Y. Chen: Assessment of Turbulence State and Analysis of Flux Footprint over Complex Terrain. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Uuiversitatis Pekinensis, 2010, 46, 965-971 (in Chinese with English Abstract)
6. X. WANG, X.H. Cai, L. Kang, H.S. Zhang, Y. SONG and J.Y. Chen: An Observation Study of Turbulent Flux Measured on Tower in Hilly Area, Central China. Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Uuiversitatis Pekinensis, 2010, 46, 79-86  (in Chinese with English Abstract)
7. Y. Song, T. Zhu, X.H. Cai, W.L. Lin, and L. Kang: Glacier Winds in the Rongbuk Valley, north of Mount Everest: 1. Meteorological Modeling with Remote Sensing Data. J. Geophys.. Res., 2007, 112, D11101, doi:10.1029/2006JD007867
8. X.H. Cai, Y. Song, T. Zhu, W.L. Lin and L. Kang: Glacier Winds in the Rongbuk Valley, north of Mount Everest: 2. Their Role in Vertical Exchange Processes. J. Geophys. Res., 2007, 112, D11102, doi:10.1029/ 2006JD007868
9. L. Kang, X.H. Cai and J.Y. Chen: Wind Field Forecast for Accidental Release of Radiative Materials. Radiation Protect, 2003,23, 193-203 (in Chinese with English Abstract)
10. X.H. Cai, L. Kang and J.Y. Chen: A Numerical Model and It’s Application to Nuclear Accident Release. Radiation Protect, 2003, 23, 293-299  (in Chinese with English Abstract)

SELECTED BOOKS AND PATENTS

1. Xingyu Wang, Ling Kang,"Nuclear Accident Consequences Assessment Method And Its New Development", Atomic Energy Press, Nov.,2003.

PROFILE

His research focuses on (1) on-line measurement techniques of atmospheric turbulence flux for species like ammonia and methane, (3) nuclear accident consequences by numerical simulation of atmospheric turbulence and dispersion, and (3) engineering meteorology for nuclear power plants.