Department of Chemical Engineering

PhD from China University of Petroleum (Beijing)
Masters from Beijing Institute of Technology

Bachelor from East China University of Science and Technology 
1.       thermodynamic and kinetics of gas hydrate
2.       simulation of accumulation and exploitation of natural gas hydrate
3.       separation and storage of gas mixture
4.       inhibition or control of hydrate in oil/gas pipelines
5.       phase behavior and transport properties of complex fluid
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics; Statistical Thermodynamics
Previous Working Experience
1993-1995, Jining Boiler Making Factory, Shandong, China
2001-2003, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, China University of Petroleum, Beijing
Email:  TEL: 010-89733156
Address of Office: room 311, Block B, Chemical Engineering Building, China University of Petroleum.
1.     S. L. Li, C. Y. Sun, G. J. Chen, Z. Y. Li, Q. L. Ma, L. Y. Yang, A. K. Sum. Measurements of hydrate film fracture under conditions simulating the rise of hydrated gas bubbles in deep water. Chem. Eng. Sci. 2014, 116, 109-117.
2.     H. Liu, B. Liu, L. C. Lin, G. J. Chen, Y. Q. Wu, J. Wang, X. T. Gao, Y. N. Lv, Y. Pan, X. X. Zhang, X. R. Zhang, L. Y. Yang, C. Y. Sun, B. Smit, W. C. Wang. A hybrid absorption–adsorption method to efficiently capture carbon. Nat. Commun. 2014, 5:5147 doi: 10.1038/ncomms 6147.
3.     S. L. Li, C. Y. Sun, B. Liu, Z. Y. Li, G. J. Chen, A. K. Sum. New observations and insights into the morphology and growth kinetics of hydrate films. Scientific Reports 2014, 4, 4129 (1-6).
4.     K. L. Yan, C. Y. Sun, J. Chen, L. T. Chen, D. J. Shen, B. Liu, M. L. Jia, M. Niu, Y. N. Lv, N. Li, Z. Y. Song, S. S. Niu, G. J. Chen. Flow characteristics and rheological properties of natural gas hydrate slurry in the presence of anti-agglomerant in a flow loop apparatus. Chem. Eng. Sci., 2014, 106, 99-108.
5.     Q. Yuan, X. H. Wang, A. Dandekar,C. Y Sun, Q. P. Li,Z. W. Ma, B. Liu, G. J. Chen. Replacement of Methane from Hydrates in Porous Sediments with CO2?in-Water Emulsions. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2014, 53, 1247612484.
6.     S. L. Li, C. Y. Sun, B. Liu, X. J. Feng, F. G. Li, L. T. Chen, G. J. Chen. Initial thickness measurements and insights into crystal growth of methane hydrate film. AIChE J., 2013, 59, 2145-2154.
7.     J. Chen, C. Y. Sun, B. Liu, B. Z. Peng, X. L. Wang, G. J. Chen, J. Y. Zuo, H. J. Ng.Metastable boundary conditions of water-in-oil emulsions in the hydrate formation region.AIChE J.,2012, 58, 2216-2225.
8.     B. Z. Peng, J. Chen, C. Y. Sun, A. Dandekar, S. H. Guo, B. Liu, L. Mu, L. Y. Yang, W. Z. Li, G. J. Chen. Flow characteristics and morphology of hydrate slurry formed from (natural gas + diesel oil/condensate oil + water) system containing anti-agglomerant. Chem. Eng. Sci., 2012, 84, 333–344.
9.     K. H. Su, C. Y. Sun, A. Dandekar, B. Liu, W. Z. Sun, M. C. Cao, N. Li, X. Y. Zhong, X. Q. Guo, Q. L. Ma, L. Y. Yang, G. J. Chen. Experimental investigation of hydrate accumulation distribution in gas seeping system using a large scale three-dimensional simulation device. Chem. Eng. Sci., 2012, 82, 246–259.
10.   C. Y. Sun, H. Liu, K. L. Yan, Q. L. Ma, B. Liu, G. J. Chen, X. J. Xiao, H. Y. Wang, X. T. Zheng, S. Li. Experiments and modeling of volumetric properties and phase behavior for condensate gas under ultra-high-pressure conditions. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2012, 51, 6916–6925.