Chengyue Shen Phones & Addresses

  • Paramus, NJ
  • Berlin, NJ
  • New Milford, NJ
  • 1700 Columbia St, Lafayette, IN 47901
  • Columbia, MO
  • W Lafayette, IN



Chengyue Shen Photo 1

Project Manager At Hdr

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Project Manager at HDR
Greater New York City Area
Civil Engineering
Project Manager
Chengyue Shen Photo 2

Student At Uic

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Chicago, Illinois
University of Illinois at Chicago 2010 - 2012
Master of Arts (M.A.), Economics
Valparaiso University 2007 - 2009
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), International Business & Management


Us Patents

Dyed Microspheres For Characterization Of Photochemical Reactor Behavior

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US Patent:
20060017008, Jan 26, 2006
Mar 26, 2005
Appl. No.:
Ernest Blatchley - West Lafayette IN, US
Chengyue Shen - West Lafayette IN, US
Zorana Naunovic - West Lafayette IN, US
Dennis Lyn - West Lafayette IN, US
Donald Bergstrom - West Lafayette IN, US
Shiyue Fang - Houghton MI, US
Yousheng Guan - North Billerica MA, US
Joseph Robinson - West Lafayette IN, US
Kathyrn Ragheb - West Lafayette IN, US
Gerald Gregori - West Lafayette IN, US
International Classification:
H05B 33/00
US Classification:
A method for photochemical reactor characterization includes an application of using dyed microspheres exposed to UV irradiation under a collimated-beam system. Particle specific fluorescence intensity measurements are conducted using samples form the collimated beam and flow-through reactor results using flow cytometry. A numerical model may be used to simulate the behavior of the reactor system to provide a particle-tracking algorithm to interrogate the flow and intensity field simulations for purposes of developing a particle specific estimate of the dose delivery. A method for measuring UV dose distribution delivery in photochemical reactors is provided that includes introducing microspheres labeled with a photochemically-active compound in a UV reactor, The labeled microspheres are harvested downstream of the irradiated zone of a UV reactor and exposed to UV irradiation under a collimated beam of UV irradiation. The method further includes quantifying a UV dose-response behavior, conducting fluorescence intensity measurement on the labeled microspheres from the UV reactor, and developing an estimate of a dose distribution delivered by a UV reactor based on the numerical deconvolution of the sum of the UV dose response behavior and fluorescent intensity of exposed microspheres.
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