Joint PhD Student (2023 - )
Research Centre for Fire Safety Engineering
Department of Building Environment and Energy Engineering
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Office: ZN 808
Miss Die Luan is a joint PhD student from Central South University by the Project of “Joint Supervision Scheme with the Chinese Mainland, Taiwan and Macao Universities 2022/23”. Her current research fields include Tunnel Fire Dynamics and Fire Numerical Simulation.
Background of Education
2018-2021, M.Eng. in Fire Protection Engineering, Central South University
2014-2018, B.Eng. in Safety Engineering, Zhengzhou University
Tunnel Fire Dynamics, Fire Simulation
Prizes and awards
2019 Excellent Student Award, Central South University
2022 Outstanding Master Degree Thesis of Central South University
D. Luan, L. Yi, L. Yang, T. Chen, H. Tao, Z. Xu, C. Fan (2021) Experimental investigation of smoke temperature and movement characteristics in tunnel fires with canyon cross wind, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial. Aerodynamics.
D. Luan, R. Bu, Z. Sheng, C. Fan, X. Huang, Experimental study on the impact of asymmetric heavy rainfall on the smoke spread and stratification dynamics in tunnel fires, Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology.
L. Yi, D. Luan, L. Yang, T. Chen, H. Tao, Z. Xu, C. Fan (2020) Flow field and fire characteristics inside a tunnel under the influence of canyon cross wind, Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology.
C. Fan, D. Luan, R. Bu, Z. Sheng, F. Wang, X. Huang, Can heavy rainfall affect the burning and smoke spreading characteristics of fire in tunnels?, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer.
L. Yang, C. Fan, D. Luan, R. Ouyang, H. Tao, Z. Xu, F. Wang (2021) Experimental study on thermal stratification characteristics in tunnel fires under the effect of canyon cross wind, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics.
C. Fan, L. Yang, D. Luan, T. Chen, A. Jiao, R. Ouyang, J. Wang, C. Chen (2021) Experimental study on the effect of canyon cross wind on temperature distribution of buoyancy-induced smoke layer in tunnel fires, Transportation Safety and Environment.
T. Chen, Y. Li, D. Luan, A. Jiao, L. Yang, C. Fan, L. Shi (2020) Study of ﬂow characteristics in tunnels induced by canyon wind, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics.