Tian-tai GUO

Work place: College of Metrological Technology and Engineering China Jiliang University Hangzhou, P.R China

E-mail: guotiantai@cjlu.edu.cn


Research Interests: Computer systems and computational processes, Computer Vision, Virtual Reality


Tian-tai GUO was born in Gansu Province, P. R. China, in 1968. He received his PhD in the field of mechanical engineering at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, P. R. China, in 2005. He worked as engineer in a factory first, and became a college teacher after he got his master degree in 1998. Since 2006, he has been an associate professor of China Jiliang University, Hangzhou, P. R. China. Main publications:[1] Tiantai GUO . Virtual-environment-based Instrument Development Technology . Proc. of 16th International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence (ICAT2006)[C] . 29 November - 1 December 2006. Hangzhou,China.Pp232-235..[2] Tian-tai GUO, et al. Research on VR-based virtual test technology. China Mechanical Engineering, 2003, 14(22): 1939-1942 (In Chinese).[3] Tian-tai GUO, et al. Sub-function model of VRbased virtual test technology. China Mechanical Engineering, 2008, 19(7): 812-815 (In Chinese). His main research interests are virtual reality and computer simulation. Dr. GUO is head of Dept. of Measurement & Control Technology and Instrumentation, China Jiliang University, Hangzhou, P. R. China. He is also a member of the Optoelectronic Technological Committee of China Aviation Society.

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Simulation of Leaf Water Status

By Tian-tai GUO Chong-chong GUO Dong-sheng LI Ai-jun CHEN Ming-ming ZHAO

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijeme.2012.09.06, Pub. Date: 29 Sep. 2012

Water state of plants has an important effect on their growth. In this paper, water state of plant leaves were simulated using Fluent, a CFD simulation software, and principles of physiological structure of plant leaf and the water transportation were analyzed through combination of plant physiology and fluid dynamics. Firstly, a simulation model of plant leaves was established in Gambit, a preprocessor software for Fluent; after that, the model was simulated in Fluent; then the results were exported to Tecplot, a post-processing software; finally, three-dimensional data graphics of the distribution of velocity, temperature and pressure were obtained, and analysis on the simulation results were made. The result of this paper is helpful for the further study of plant leaf physiology and future water-saving irrigation.

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Development of Networked Virtual Experiment System Based on Virtual Campus

By Tian-tai GUO Lin GUO Dong-sheng LI

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijmecs.2009.01.02, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2009

China’s higher education has been going through a period of rapid expansion in undergraduate population,and this means a much heavier demand on teaching resources such as laboratories, experiments, teaching staff,etc., which cannot possibly be made available all of a sudden.To deal with this situation, we found virtual reality (VR) technology very helpful. Virtual reality (VR) has found many applications in education; and the resources of virtual education such as virtual campus, virtual laboratory etc. are used more and more widely, especially in the field of higher education. But so far virtual campus was mainly regarded as a means of image exhibition, and virtual laboratories were no more than 2D display of experimental processes and equipments. To make better use of these resources, this paper puts forward the concept of networked virtual experiment systems based on virtual campus by combining the virtual laboratory and virtual campus with the technique of LAN (Local area network), and establishes its theoretical model. Finally, a networked virtual experiment system based on virtual campus is developed using VRML and 3DSMAX. Networked virtual experiment system based on virtual campus has a promising future for various applications in higher education.

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