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Copyright 2001-2002,

Last Update:
March 25, 2004

Research:

Casting Furnace Design
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Heat Transfer and Mass Transfer
Induction Heating
Finite Element and Finite Difference Methods

Taide Tan

Contact Information:

Office: 616, UNLV Paradise Campus
Phone: (702) 895-1924
E-mail: atide1000@yahoo.com

Department: Mechanical Engineering

Employed Since: Fall 2002

Publications:
1.Taide Tan. et al, "Numerically Simulating the Solidification Process of A Melt Casting Metallic Fuel Pin Mold Using FIDAP", ANS Student Conference, Berkeley, CA, April 2-6, 2003 (abstract and presentation)

2.Taide Tan. et al, "Simulation and Analysis of the Filling and Solidification Process for A Melt Casting Metallic Fuel Pin Mold Incorporating Volatile Actinides", ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and R&D Expo, Washington, DC, November 16-21, 2003

3. Taide Tan. et al, "Numerical Simulation of an Induction Heating Process in An Induction Skull Melting Furnace ", CHT-04-200,ICHMT International Symposium on Advances in Computational Heat Transfer,Norway, April 19-24, 2004,

4. Taide Tan. et al, "Simulating an Induction Heating Process in the Induction Skull Melting Furnace With a CFD Code", ICONE12-49385, 12th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, "Nuclear Energy- Powering the Future", Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia (Washington, D. C.), USA-April 25-29,2004

5. Taide Tan. et al, "Numerical Simulation of the Casting Process of a Mold for Casting a Metallic Fuel Pin Using FIDAP", ICONE12-49386, 12th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, "Nuclear Energy- Powering the Future", Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia (Washington, D. C.), USA-April 25-29,2004

6.Taide Tan. et al, "Design and Numerical Simulation of an Induction Skull Melting Process",2004 ANS Student Conference, Madison, WI, Apr 1-3, 2004 (abstract and presentation)

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