Academic Profile

Dr. Wong Teck Neng received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of Strathclyde, UK in 1990. He is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He teaches heat transfer and thermodynamics. His main research areas focus on two-phase flow and heat transfer in microchannels. He has published numerous top quality international journal papers, conference papers, book chapters, and patents.
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Assoc Prof Wong Teck Neng
Associate Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Assistant Chair (Faculty), School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)

Assoc Prof Wong's main research focus on two-phase flow and heat transfer, multiphase flows in microchannels, multi-fluid electroosmotic flow in microfluidic devices, liquid slug thermocapillary flows in microchannels, two-phase flow in evaporator, condenser and capillary tube expansion devices, heat driven pump and pulsating heat pipe for electronic cooling.
  • Air-cooled heat exchangers fabricated by additive manufacturing

  • Enhanced Thermal Energy Storage Using Topologically Optimised Structures And Novel Phase Change
  • Li H., Wong T.N., Skote M. and Duan F. (2014). Non-Newtonian two-phase stratified flow with curved interface through horizontal and inclined pipes. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 74, 113-120.

  • H.W. Li,C.L. Song, T.D. Luong, N.T. Nguyen, T.N. Wong. (2012). Electrokinetically tunable optofluidic bi-concave lens. Lab on a Chip, .

  • Z.Z. Che, T.N. Wong, N.T. Nguyen. (2012). Heat transfer enhancement by recirculating flow within liquid plugs in microchannels. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 55(4), 1022–1029.

  • H.W. Li, T. N. Wong, N.T. Nguyen. (2011). A tunable optofluidic lens based on combined effect of hydrodynamics and electroosmosis. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 10(5), 1033-1043.

  • Xu J.L., Wong T.N., Huang X.Y. (2003). Study on heat driven pump part 2: Mathematical modeling. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 46, 3337-3347.