Dr. Jianwei  Cheng

Dr. Jianwei Cheng

Associate Professor
China University of Mining and Technology, China


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Mining Engineering from West Virginia University, USA

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Biography

Dr. Jianwei Cheng is an Associate Professor in the College of Safety Engineering at China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT). Prior to his appointment at CUMT on September, 2012, he finished his academic studies and received three degrees from Safety Engineering and Mining Engineering, respectively: a B.S. and an M.S. from China University of Mining and Technology and a Ph.D. from West Virginia University (U.S.A.). He also received an Associate degree in Computer Science and Engineering from China University of Mining and Technology in 2005. In addition to being a faculty member of CUMT, he is also an Engineer-in-Training at the State of West Virginia; U.S. Dr. Cheng’s research interests include Coal Mine Ventilation System Design and its Assessment, Mine Accident Rescue Strategies, Mine Gas Explosion and Prevention, etc. Currently, he performs as Principle Investigator (PI) for several research projects fund by the Chinese Government. Dr. Cheng is a member of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration (SME, since 2008) and the International Association for Fire Safety Science (IAFSS, since 2012). He was the recipient of several Chinese awards in mining (2013, 2014, 2015), Faculty Award (2010) of Mining Engineering Department at University of West Virginia and the Distinguished Graduate Award of CUMT (2008). In additional, he serves for several international journals as an editor/reviewer. In 2015, he accepts the Australia Endeavor Research Fellowship offer and is going to lunch an international research project with collaborating with researchers from Curtin University. He has published (28) articles in refereed journals, (2) articles in non refereed journals, (6) refereed proceedings, and (1) book contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Earth Science and Geography
100%
Underground Mining Environmental Control
62%
Mine Gas Explosibility
90%
Coal Dust Control
75%
Mine Ventilation System
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Cheng, J., Y. Wu, H. Xu, J. Liu, Y. Yang, H. Deng and Y. Wang, 2015. Comprehensive and integrated mine ventilation consultation model-CIMVCM. Tunnelling Underground Space Technol., 45: 166-180.
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  2. Cheng, J. and F. Zhou, 2015. Revised explosibility diagram to judge best practice of controlling an explosive gas-mixture. Fire Technol., 51: 293-308.
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  3. Wei, L.J., F.B. Zhou, J.W. Cheng, X.R. Luo and X.L. Li, 2014. Classification of structural complexity for mine ventilation networks. Complexity, (In Press). 10.1002/cplx.21538.
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  4. Shao, H., F. Zhou, K. Chen, J. Cheng and P.H. Melogh, 2014. Study on the hydrogen generation rules of coal oxidation at low temperature. J. Eng. Sci. Technol. Rev., 7: 90-95.
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  5. Hao, B.Y., S.Y. Hu, J. Cheng, H. Huang, K. Wang and L.X. Kang, 2014. Mechanism analysis of rock breaking using Static Cracking Agent (SAC). Electron. J. Geotech. Eng., 9: 17759-17779.
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  6. Cheng, J., F. Zhou and S. Yang, 2014. A reliability allocation model and application in designing a mine ventilation system. Iran. J. Sci. Technol. Trans. Civil Eng., 38: 61-73.
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  7. Cheng, J. and Y. Luo, 2014. Modeling atmosphere composition and determining explosibility in a sealed coal mine volume. Arch. Mining Sci., 59: 25-40.
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  8. Cheng, J. and L. Wei, 2014. Failure modes and manifestations in a mine gas explosion disaster. J. Failure Anal. Prev., 14: 601-609.
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  9. Zhou, F.B., B.B. Shi, Y.K. Liu, X.L. Song, J.W. Cheng and S.Y. Hu, 2013. Coating material of air sealing in coal mine: Clay Composite Slurry (CCS). Applied Clay Sci., 80: 299-304.
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  10. Zhou, F.B., B.B. Shi, J.W. Cheng and L.J. Ma, 2013. A new approach to control a serious mine fire with using liquid nitrogen as extinguishing media. Fire Technol., 51: 325-334.
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  11. Zhou, F., L. Wei, K. Chen and J. Cheng, 2013. Analyses of cascading failure in mine ventilation system and its effects in a serious mine gas explosion disaster. J. Failure Anal. Prev., 13: 538-544.
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  12. Zhang, M., S. Yang, J. Cheng, D. Wang and F. Wang, 2013. Theoretical analysis and numerical simulation on protective seam extraction in Mayixi mine. J. Mining Saf. Eng., 30: 123-127.
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  13. Guan, W. and J. Cheng, 2013. Simulation model analysis for coal mine seal area. Mining Saf. Environ. Protect., 30: 123-127.
  14. Cheng, J., Y. Luo and F. Zhou, 2013. Explosibility safety factor: An approach to assess mine gas explosion risk. Fire Technol., 51: 309-323.
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  15. Cheng, J., F. Zhou, Y. Qin and J. Li, 2013. System dynamic based simulation experiments for evaluating performances of mine ventilation system-a case study. Disaster Adv., 6: 358-374.
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  16. Cheng, J., 2013. [Applications of Process Safety and Assurance Techniques in Mine Ventilation Engineering]. China University of Mining & Technology Press, Xuzhou, China, ISBN: 978-7-5646-2055-4, Pages: 200, (In Chinese).
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  17. Cheng, J. and Y. Luo, 2013. Modified explosive diagram for determining gas-mixture explosibility. J. Loss Prev. Process Ind., 26: 714-722.
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  18. Cheng, J. and F. Zhou, 2013. A systematic approach to assess mine atmospheric status. Fire Saf. J., 58: 142-150.
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  19. Cheng, J., C. Wang and S. Zhang, 2012. Methods to determine the mine gas explosibility-an overview. J. Loss Prev. Process Ind., 25: 425-435.
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  20. Luo, Y. and J. Cheng, 2011. Simplifying ventilation network solutions in MEMC systems in US coal mines. Mining Eng., 63: 47-52.
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  21. Han, G., J. Cheng and G. Yi, 2011. An overview of subsidence prediction techniques due to underground mining. J. China Saf. Technol., 7: 41-45.
  22. Cheng, J.W. and S.Q. Yang, 2011. Improved Coward explosive triangle for determining explosibility of mixture gas. Process Saf. Environ. Protect., 89: 89-94.
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  23. Cheng, J.W., S.Q. Yang and T. Cheng, 2010. Present research status of overseas mine refuge chamber and issues analysis. Coal Sci. Technol., 38: 93-96.
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  24. Yi, L. and J.W. Cheng, 2009. An influence function method based subsidence prediction program for longwall mining operations in inclined coal seams. Mining Sci. Technol. (China), 19: 592-598.
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  25. Cheng, J.W. and S.Q. Yang, 2009. Evaluation of mine ventilation system based on gray cluster analysis and fuzzy comprehensive evaluation. Mining Saf. Environ. Protect., 36: 26-28.
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  26. Cheng, J.W., S.Q. Yang and Z.R. Zhang, 2007. Temperature checking method to set up maxium allowed production of coal mining face in high temperature mine. Coal Sci. Technol., 35: 14-17.
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  27. Cheng, J.W. and S.Q. Yang, 2007. Ventilation effect evaluation of working face in coal mine. China Saf. Sci. J., 17: 165-169.
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  28. Yang, S., X. Ou and J. Cheng, 2006. Micro-climate evaluation system in thermal mines. J. China Univ. Mining Technol., 16: 1-4.
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