Dai, Xianming (Simon)
Xianming Dai joined the UT Dallas faculty in 2016 as an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. He is also the Principal Investigator of the DAI Lab. His research interests include:
- Superhydrophobic surfaces,
- Thermal management,
- Bioinspired materials, and
- Fluid dynamics
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Designing Air-Independent Slippery Rough Surfaces for Condensation (Elsevier Ltd, 2019-06-19)Enhancing condensation heat transfer is significant for power generation, heat exchangers, water harvesting, and air-conditioning. While superhydrophobic surfaces (SHS) are widely studied for condensation, this type of ...
Decoupling the Influence of Surface Structure and Intrinsic Wettability on Boiling Heat Transfer Surface structure and intrinsic wettability are both important for boiling heat transfer. While superhydrophilic micro, nano, and hierarchical surfaces are widely used for boiling enhancement, in which the surface structure ...