Dr. Run Chen

Release time:2016-04-19

Dr. Run Chen

Assistant Professor
Low Carbon Energy Institute
chenrun@cumt.edu.cn

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ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Low Carbon Energy Institute, China University of Mining and Technology, Research Assistant (2010-present)
chool of Resources and Geosciences, China University of Mining and Technology, Postdoctoral Researcher (2012.10-Present)

EDUCATION

China University of Mining and Technology, (Ph.D. in Mineral Resource Prospecting and Exploration, 2010)

Henan Polytechnic University (Master of Mineral Resource Prospecting and Exploration, 2007)
Henan Polytechnic University (Bachelor of Geographic Information system, 2004)


RESEARCH INTERESTS
Coalbed methane Geology

Shale Gas Geology

CO2 Enhanced Unconventional Natural Gas

Secondary Biogenic Gas


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

1. Run Chen, Zhiyang Wang, Yong Qin, Chongtao Wei. Adsorption characteristics of CS2-extracted vitrains from western Guizhou and eastern Yunnan and its geochemical mechanism. Journal of China University of Mining and Technology, 2015, 44(4): 726-730.

2. Run Chen, Zhiyang Wang, Yong Qin, Linlin Wang, Chongtao Wei, Youyang Wang, Mechane Adsorption capacity of extracted coals under control of solvent polarity. Journal of Fuel Chemistry and Technology, 2015, 43(10): 1153-1157.

3. Run Chen, Yong Qin, Chongtao Wei. Differences in pore structures and adsorptivity between raw and two-step-solvent extracted vitrains. Natural Gas Geoscience, 2014, 25(7):1103-1110.

4. Jian Shen, Yong Qin, Xuehai Fu, Geoff Wang, Run Chen, Lijuan Zhao. 2014. Study of high-pressure sorption of methane on Chinese coals of different rank. Arab J Geosci, 2014.

5. Run Chen, Yong Qin. Methane adsorption response of stepwise-solvent-extracted vitrains and possible driving mechanism. Geological Journal of China Universities, 2012, 18(3):500-504.

6. Run Chen, Yong Qin. Fluid-solid coupling between supercritical CO2 and minerals in coal and geological significances. Coal Science and Technology, 2012 , 40(10): 17-21.


BOOK
Methane adsorption response of stepwise-solvent-extracted vitrains at High-pressure and its thermodynamics mechanism, Run Chen, Yong Qin. 2014