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Assoc Prof Dr. Chilou Zhou | hydrogen energy | Most Cited Article Award

 Associate Professor at South China University of Technology, China

Dr. Chilou Zhou is an accomplished academic with expertise in chemical process equipment and mechanical engineering. He earned his Ph.D. in Chemical Process Equipment from Zhejiang University in 2015, following a Bachelor’s degree in Process Equipment and Control Engineering from Sichuan University in 2010. Currently serving as an Associate Professor at the School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering at South China University of Technology since May 2018, Dr. Zhou previously held a position as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the same institution from April 2016 to April 2018. His research interests span hydrogen environment embrittlement, safety and life assessment of high-pressure hydrogen storage, and sealing technology for high-pressure hydrogen systems.

Professional Profiles:

đź“š Education:

Dr. Chilou Zhou completed a Ph.D. in Chemical Process Equipment in 2015 from Zhejiang University, China. Prior to this, Dr. Zhou obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Process Equipment and Control Engineering from Sichuan University, China, in 2010.

Professional Experience:

Since May 2018, Dr. Chilou Zhou has been serving as an Associate Professor at the School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering, South China University of Technology, China. Previously, from April 2016 to April 2018, Dr. Zhou worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the same institution.

Research Interests:

Dr. Chilou Zhou’s research interests encompass several critical areas within the field of mechanical and chemical engineering. These include hydrogen environment embrittlement and its testing technology, safety considerations related to high-pressure hydrogen storage, life assessment methodologies for high-pressure hydrogen storage vessels, and advancements in sealing technology for high-pressure hydrogen systems.

 

đź“šPublications :

Effect of strain-induced martensite on hydrogen embrittlement of austenitic stainless steels investigated by combined tension and hydrogen release methods

Authors: L Zhang, Z Li, J Zheng, Y Zhao, P Xu, C Zhou, X Li

Citations: 130

Year: 2013

Sealing performance analysis of rubber O-ring in high-pressure gaseous hydrogen based on finite element method

Authors: C Zhou, J Zheng, C Gu, Y Zhao, P Liu

Citations: 72

Year: 2017

Fire-safe unsaturated polyester resin nanocomposites based on MAX and MXene: A comparative investigation of their properties and mechanism of fire retardancy

Authors: Y Hai, S Jiang, C Zhou, P Sun, Y Huang, S Niu

Citations: 68

Year: 2020

Improved corrosion and wear resistance of micro-arc oxidation coatings on the 2024 aluminum alloy by incorporation of quasi-two-dimensional sericite microplates

Authors: K Xi, H Wu, C Zhou, Z Qi, K Yang, RKY Fu, S Xiao, G Wu, K Ding, G Chen

Citations: 47

Year: 2022

Influence of low temperature prestrain on hydrogen gas embrittlement of metastable austenitic stainless steels

Authors: L Zhang, Z Li, J Zheng, Y Zhao, P Xu, X Liu, C Zhou, X Li

Citations: 47

Year: 2013

A review on effect of hydrogen on rubber seals used in the high-pressure hydrogen infrastructure

Authors: Y Zheng, Y Tan, C Zhou, G Chen, J Li, Y Liu, B Liao, G Zhang

Citations: 43

Year: 2020

Hydrogen permeation behavior and mechanism of multi-layered graphene coatings and mitigation of hydrogen embrittlement of pipe steel

Authors: K Shi, S Xiao, Q Ruan, H Wu, G Chen, C Zhou, S Jiang, K Xi, M He

Citations: 39

Year: 2022

Study on leakage and explosion consequence for hydrogen blended natural gas in urban distribution networks

Authors: C Zhou, Z Yang, G Chen, Q Zhang, Y Yang

Citations: 38

Year: 2022

Study on fretting behavior of rubber O-ring seal in high-pressure gaseous hydrogen

Authors: C Zhou, G Chen, S Xiao, Z Hua, C Gu

Citations: 37

Year: 2019

Finite element analysis of sealing performance of rubber D-ring seal in high-pressure hydrogen storage vessel

Authors: C Zhou, G Chen, P Liu

Citations: 36

Year: 2018

Chilou Zhou | hydrogen energy | Most Cited Article Award

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