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Tan Zhenyu
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ResearchInstitute

Electrical   theory and new technology

Academicstatus

Member of   the Theoretical Electrical Engineering Committee of Chinese Societyfor Electrical   Engineering

Member of   the Monte Carlo Professional Committee of the Chinese Society of   Computational Physics

Member of   the Electromagnetic Compatibility Committee of China Power Supply Society

Chairman of   the Theoretical Electrical Engineering Committee of ShandongSociety for   Electrical Engineering.

Personal message

Name

Zhenyu Tan

Gender

Male

Date   of Birth

1957.11

Hometown

QianXi,Guizhou

Professional   Title

Professor

Position

 

Telephone

0531-88392806

Email

tzy@sdu.edu.cn

WorkingExperience

1982.1   Graduated from Guizhou Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in   industrial automation;
  1987.7 Graduated from Shandong University of Technology, majoring in   industrial automation, with a master's degree;
  2004.6 Ph.D. in optical engineering from Shandong University, School of   Information Science and Technology, Ph.D;
  1987.7 to present, teaching and research work at the School of Electrical   Engineering, Shandong University;
  Promoted to associate professor in 1992;
  Promoted to professor in 1995;
  Hired as a doctoral tutor in 2004.

Research Direction

Electromagnetic   radiation interacts with biological materials and radiates biological   effects,Discharge plasma mechanism and application,Electromagnetic   Compatibility

Publications

Research papers published in recent years

1.Chen   Xinxian, Tan Zhenyu, Liu Yadiet al. Effects of oxygen concentration on the   electron energy distribution functions in atmospheric pressure helium/oxygen   and argon/oxygen needle-electrode plasmas. Journal of Physics D: Applied   Physics, 2018, 51(37): 375202.

2.Liu   Yadi, Tan Zhenyu, Chen Xinxianet al. An   investigation of the control of electron energy in the atmospheric-pressure   helium plasma jet. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2018, 46(8):   2865-2880.

3.ChenXinxian,   Tan Zhenyu, Liu Yadiet al. Effects   of gap distance and working gas on energy spectra of electrons in atmospheric   pressure plasma jets. Physics of Plasmas,   2018, 25(3): 033517.

4.Liu   Yadi, Tan   Zhenyu, Chen Xinxian et al, An investigation on the effects of air on   electron energy in atmospheric pressure helium plasma jets. Physics of   Plasmas,   2018, 25(3): 033514.

5.Wei Liu, Zhenyu  Tan,Liming Zhang et al,Calculation on spectrum of direct   DNA damage induced by low-energyelectrons including dissociative electron   attachment.Radiation and   Environmental Biophysics 2017, 56(1):99-110.

6.Xinxian Chen,Zhenyu Tan, Yadi Liu et al, Investigation on the energy spectrums   of electrons in atmospheric pressure argon plasma jets and their dependences   on the applied voltage.Physics   of Plasmas 2017, 24(8): 08350917.

7.Jixiang  Jiang, Zhenyu  Tan, Chunhong Shan et al, A new   study on the  penetration of reactive species in their mass transfer   processes in water by  increasing the electron energy in plasmas. Physics of Plasmas 2016, 23: 1035031–10.

8.Liu Wei, Tan Zhenyu,    Christophe Champion, A new  simulation of track structure of   low-energy electrons in liquid water:  considering the condensed-phase   effect on electron elastic scattering. Chin. Phys. Lett.    2016, 33(9): 093401–1–4.

9.Jie    Pan, Zhenyu Tan, Guangsheng    Pan et al, Investigation on the  Reaction Mechanisms of   Generation and Loss of Oxygen-Related Species in  Atmospheric-Pressure   Pulsed Dielectric Barrier Discharge in Argon/Oxygen  Mixture. Physics of Plasmas 2016, 23:0735201–6.

10.Wang Xiaolong, Tan    Zhenyu, Pan Jie et al, Effects of oxygen concentration   on pulsed dielectric  barrier discharge in Helium–Oxygen mixture at   atmospheric pressure. Plasma    Science and Technology 2016, 18(8): 839–843.

11.Guangsheng Pan, Zhenyu    Tan, Jie  Pan et al, A   Comparative  Study on the Frequency Effects of the Electrical   Characteristics of the  Pulsed Dielectric Barrier Discharge in He/O2   and in Ar/O2  at Atmospheric Pressure. Physics of Plasmas 2016, 23:043508–1–10.

12.Jie Pan, ZhenyuTan,    Yadi Liu et  al, Effects of Oxygen Concentration on Atmospheric-Pressure   Pulsed  Dielectric Barrier Discharges in Argon/Oxygen Mixture. Physics of Plasmas,2015, 22:   093515–1–8.

13.Lei   Dong, Zhenyu  Tan, Fule Tang et al, Study  of the   effects of SiC filler on the internal charging of LDPE in space    environment. Advances in Space   Research, 2015,  55(9): 2346–2351.

14.Jie Pan, Zhenyu Tan, Xiaolong Wang et al,   Comparative  study of pulsed dielectric barrier discharges in argon and   nitrogen at  atmospheric pressure. IEEE Transactions on plasma science,2015,  43(2):   557–566.

15.Jie Pan, Zhenyu Tan, Xiaolong Wang et al, Effects of pulse parameters on the atmospheric-pressure    dielectric barrier discharges driven by the high-voltage pulses in Ar   and N2.  Plasma   Sources Science and Technology, 2014, 23(9): 065019–1–11.

16.Xiaolong Wang, Zhenyu  Tan,   Lanlan Nie et al, Study   on modes of the pulsed dielectric barrier discharges at  atmospheric   pressure in helium. IEEE Transactions on plasma science,2014, 42(9):  2245–2252.

17.Mingming Xu,Zhenyu    Tan, Calculation of Townsend second ionization coefficient for    photoemission at different humidities. IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and  Electrical Insulation,   2014, 21(4): 1764–1767.

18.Zhenyu Tan, Wei   Liu, Monte Carlo  calculations of energy deposition distributions of   electrons below 20 keV  in    protein. Radiat. Environ.  Biophys.,  2014, 53(2):427–435.

19.Zhenyu Tan, Wei   Liu, Calculations of  stopping powers and inelastic mean free paths for   20 eV–20 keV electrons in 11  types of human tissue. Appl.Radiat. and Isotopes,2013,82: 325–331.

20.Song Xinxin, Tan    Zhenyu, Bo Chen et al, A  Computational Study on the Discharge   Characteristics of Atmospheric  Dielectric Barrier Discharges at a   Constant Power. Plasma Science and    Technology,  2013, 15(10): 1025–1030.

21.Lanlan Nie, Zhenyu    Tan, Bo Chen et al, Effects of Frequency on the Electrical   Characteristic  of Pulse Discharges in Atmospheric Pressure Pure Helium.   IEEE Transaction  on plasma   science, 2013, 41(6): 1648–1657.

22.Song Xinxin, Tan    Zhenyu, Bo Chen et al, Study on the Characteristics of Atmospheric    Dielectric Barrier Discharges in He?N2 Admixture. IEEE   Transaction on  plasma science, 2012, 40(12): 3471 –3475.

23.Song Xinxin, Tan    Zhenyu, Bo Chen et al, Evolution  of the Pulse Width in   Dielectric Barrier Atmospheric Pressure Discharge. Plasma Science and  Technology,  2012, 14(9):   808–811.

24.Mingming Xu,Zhenyu Tan,   Kejun Li et al, Modified  Peek formula for calculating positive DC corona   inception electric field  under variable humidity. IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and   Electrical  Insulation,2012, 19(4): 1377–1382.

25.Zhenyu Tan, Lei   Dong, FuleTang,  Monte  Carlo calculations of characteristic   quantities of low-energy electron  irradiation to spacecraft   dielectrics. Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B   2012, 285: 86–93.

26.Bo Chen, ZhenyuTan,    Xinxin Song, Study on multi-peak behavior of pulsed dielectric barrier    discharges in atmospheric-pressure helium. Vacuum, 2012,   86(12): 1992–1997.

27.Bo Chen, ZhenyuTan,    Xinxin Song et al, Effects of the Operating Conditions on the   Electrical  Characteristics of Pulse Discharges in Atmospheric-Pressure   Pure Helium. IEEE  Transaction   on plasma science, 2012, 40(4): 1003 –1009.

28.Zhenyu Tan, Yueyuan   Xia, Stopping  power and mean free path for low energy electrons in ten   scintillators over  energy range of 20-20 000 eV. Appl.Radiat. and Isotopes,2012, 70(1): 296–300.

29.Bo Chen, ZhenyuTan,    Xinxin Song et al, Characteristics of atmospheric-pressure helium   barrier  pulse discharges. IEEE   Transaction on plasma science, 2011, 39(10):  1949 –1957.

30.Zhenyu Tan, Yueyuan   Xia, Evaluations of proton inelastic mean free   paths for 12  elemental solids over the energy range from 0.05 to 10   MeV. Nucl.  Instr. and   Meth. B 2011, 269(3): 328–335.

31.Zhenyu Tan, Yueyuan   Xia, Mingwen  Zhao et al, Proton  inelastic mean free path in a   group of organic materials in 0.05–10 MeV range.  Chin. Phys. Lett., 2010, 27(11): 113403–1–4.

32.Zhenyu Tan,   YueyuanXia,  Xiangdong Liu et al, Proton inelastic mean free path in   amino acids and  protein over the energy range of 0.05-10 MeV. Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B    2010, 268(17-18): 2606–2610.

33.Zhenyu Tan, Yueyuan   Xia, Mingwen  Zhao et al, Proton inelastic mean free path in a group of   bioorganic compounds  and water in 0.05-10 MeV range ?  Including   higher-order corrections. Nucl.   Instr. and Meth. B 2010,  268(14): 2337–2342.

34.Dingju    Jiang, Zhenyu  Tan, A  Monte Carlo study of low-energy electron   transport in liquid water: the  influence of the  Rutherford   formula and the Mott model. Chin. Phys. Lett. 2010, 27(3):   033401–1–4.

35.Liming Zhang, Zhenyu  Tan,A new calculation   on spectrum of direct DNA damage induced by  low-energy electrons. Radiat. Environ. Biophys., 2010, 49(1):  15–26.

36.Zhenyu Tan, Yueyuan   Xia, Xiangdong  Liu et al, A new calculation   on the stopping power  and mean free path for low energy electrons in   toluene over energy range of  20-10 000 eV. Appl.Radiat. and Isotopes,2009,    67(4): 625-629.

37.Zhenyu Tan, Yueyuan   Xia, Mingwen  Zhao et al, Electronic stopping power for proton in amino   acids and protein  in 0.05-10 MeV range. Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B, 2008, 266(9): 1938?1942.

38.Zhenyu Tan,   YueyuanXia,  Xiangdong Liu et al, Electronic stopping power for proton   in a group of  organic materials in 0.05-10 MeV range. Chin.  Phys. Lett., 2008, 25(6): 2023?2026.

39.Zhenyu Tan,   Yueyuan  Xia, Mingwen Zhao et al, Electron stopping power and inelastic   mean free path  in amino acids and protein over the energy range of   20-20000 eV. Radiat.  Environ.   Biophys., 2006, 45(2): 135?143.

40.Zhenyu Tan,   Yueyuan  Xia, Mingwen Zhao et al, Proton stopping power in a group of   bioorganic  compounds over the energy range of 0.05-10 MeV. Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B,    2006, 248(1):1?6.

41.Tan    Zhen-Yu, Xia Yue-Yuan, Zhao Ming-Wen et al, Monte Carlo simulation   on  energy deposition of low-energy electrons in liquid water. Chin. Phys.  Lett. 2005,   22(1): 91?94.

42.Zhenyu Tan,   Yueyuan  Xia, Xiangdong Liu et al, Electron inelastic interactions in bioorganic    compounds in the energy range of 20-10000 eV. Appl. Phys. A, 2005,  81(4):779?786.

43.Zhenyu Tan,   Yueyuan  Xia, Mingwen Zhao et al, Monte Carlo simulation of interactions   between  energetic electron and cellulose film. Applied Surface Science, 2005,  246(1-3): 117?125.

44.Zhenyu Tan,   YueyuanXia,  Xiangdong Liu et al, Monte Carlo simulation of low-energy   electron scattering  in PMMA ? using stopping powers  from   dielectric formalism. Microelectronic   Engineering, 2005, 77(3-4):  285?291.

45.Zhenyu Tan,   YueyuanXia,  Xiangdong Liu et al, Cross sections of electron inelastic   interactions in DNA.  Radiat.   Environ. Biophys., 2004, 43(3): 173?182.  

46.Zhenyu Tan,   Yueyuan  Xia, Mingwen Zhao et al, Electron stopping power and mean free   path in  organic compounds over the energy range of 20-10000 eV. Nucl. Instr. and  Meth. B,   2004, 222(1-2): 27-43.

47.Tan  Zhen-Yu, Xia Yue-Yuan,   Stopping powers of energetic electrons  penetrating condensed matter?theory   and application. Nuclear Science and   Techniques,  2004,15: 200?212

UndergoingResearchProducts

Undertaken   more than 10 doctoral funds, provincial and ministerial funds and horizontal   research projects

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