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Shanhai Ge

Assistant Research Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

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sug13@psu.edu

814-863-4762

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Education

  • BE, Chemical engineering, Chengdu University of Science and Technology, 1992
  • MS, Chemistry, Dalian Railway Institute. Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1997
  • Ph D, Chemical engineering, Dalian University of Technology, 2000

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Xiaoguang Yang, Shanhai Ge, Teng Liu, Yongjun Leng and Chao-Yang Wang, 2018, "A look into the voltage plateau signal for detection and quantification of lithium plating in lithium-ion cells", Journal of Power Sources, 395, pp. 251–261
  • Xiaoguang Yang, Guangsheng Zhang, Shanhai Ge and Chao-Yang Wang, 2018, "Fast charging of lithium-ion batteries at all temperatures", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 115, (28), pp. 7266–7271
  • Jiang Xu, Jianning Ding, Wenjun Zhu, Xiaoshuang Zhou, Shanhai Ge and Ningyi Yuan, 2018, "Nono-structured red phosphorus/porous carbon as a superior anode for lithium and sodium-ion batteries", Science China-Materials, 6, (3), pp. 371-381
  • Guangsheng Zhang, Hua Tian, Shanhai Ge, Dan Marple, Fengchun Sun and Chao-Yang Wang, 2018, "Visualization of self-heating of an all climate battery by infrared thermography", Journal of Power Sources, 376, pp. 111-116
  • Guangsheng Zhang, Shanhai Ge, Xiaoguang Yang, Yongjun Leng, Dan Marple and Chao-Yang Wang, 2017, "Rapid restoration of electric vehicle battery performance while driving at cold temperatures", Journal of Power Sources, 371, pp. 35-40
  • Xiaoguang Yang, Yongjun Leng, Guangsheng Zhang, Shanhai Ge and Chao-Yang Wang, 2017, "Modeling of lithium plating induced aging of lithium-ion batteries: Transition from linear to nonlinear aging", Journal of Power Sources, 360, pp. 28-40
  • Yongjun Leng, Shanhai Ge, Dan Marple, Xiaoguang Yang, Christoph Bauer, Peter Lamp and Chao-Yang Wang, 2017, "Electrochemical Cycle-Life Characterization of High Energy Lithium-Ion Cells with Thick Li(Ni0.6Mn0.2Co0.2)O2 and Graphite Electrodes", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 164, (6), pp. A1037-A1049
  • Jiang Xu, Jianning Ding, Xiaoshuang Zhou, Yang Zhang, Wenjun Zhu, Zunfen Liu, Shanhai Ge, Ningyi Yuan, Shaoli Fang and Ray H. Baughman, 2017, "Enhanced rate performance of flexible and stretchable linear supercapacitors based on polyaniline@Au@carbon nanotube with ultrafast axial electron transport", Journal of Power Sources, 340, pp. 302-308
  • Guangsheng Zhang, Shanhai Ge, Terrence Xu, Xiaoguang Yang, Hua Tian and Chao-Yang Wang, 2016, "Rapid self-heating and internal temperature sensing of lithium-ion batteries at low temperatures", Electrochimica Acta, 218, pp. 149-155
  • Chao-Yang Wang, Terrence Xu, Shanhai Ge, Guangshen Zhang, Xiaoguang Yang and Yan Ji, 2016, "A fast rechargeable lithium-ion battery at subfreezing temperatures", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 163, (9), pp. A1944-A1950
  • Chao-Yang Wang, Guangsheng Zhang, Shanhai Ge, Terrence Xu, Yan Ji, Xiaoguang Yang and Yongjun Leng, 2016, "Lithium-ion battery structure that self-heats at low temperatures", Nature, 529, pp. 515-518
  • Guangsheng Zhang, Lei Cao, Shanhai Ge, Chao-Yang Wang, Christian E. Shaffer and Christopher D Rahn, 2015, "Reaction temperature sensing (RTS)-based control for Li-ion battery safety", Scientific Reports, 5, pp. 18237
  • Jiang Xu, Chao Wu, Pengtao Yan, Ruijun Zhang, Xueqing Yue and Shanhai Ge, 2014, "Pore characteristics of carbide-derived carbons obtained from carbides with different carbon volume fractions", Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 198, pp. 8
  • Guangsheng Zhang, Lei Cao, Shanhai Ge, Chao-Yang Wang, Christian E. Shaffer and Christopher Rahn, 2014, "In situ measurement of radial temperature distributions in cylindrical Li-Ion cells,", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 161, pp. A1499-A1507
  • Jiang Xu, Ruijun Zhang, Chao Wu, Yufeng Zhao, Xuanzhang Ye and Shanhai Ge, 2014, "Electrochemical performance of graphitized carbide-derived-carbon with hierarchical micro- and meso-pores in alkaline electrolyte", Carbon, 74, pp. 226-236
  • Jiang Xu, Ruijun Zhang, Peng Cheng and Shanhai Ge, 2014, "Effects of adding ethanol to KOH electrolyte on electrochemical performance of titanium carbide-derived carbon", Journal of Power Sources, 246, pp. 132-140
  • Qiongjuan Duan, Shanhai Ge and Chao-Yang Wang, 2013, "Water uptake, ionic conductivity and swelling properties of anion-exchange membrane", Journal of Power Sources, 243, pp. 773-778
  • Jiang Xu, Ruijun Zhang, Peng Chen, Dejiu Shen, Xuanzhang Ye and Shanhai Ge, 2013, "Mechanism of formation and electrochemical performance of carbide-derived carbons obtained from different carbides", Carbon, 64, pp. 444-455
  • Jiang Xu, Ruijun Zhang, Shanhai Ge, Jianxin Wang, Yang Liu and Peng Chen, 2013, "Effect of iron catalyst on the microstructure and electrochemical properties of vanadium carbide-derived carbons", Materials Chemistry and Physics, 141, pp. 540-548
  • Jiang Xu, Ruijun Zhang, Jianxin Wang, Shanhai Ge, Haichao Zhou, Yang Liu and Peng Chen, 2013, "Effective control of the microstructure of carbide-derived carbon by ball-milling the carbide precursor", Carbon, 52, pp. 4 9 9 –5 0 8
  • Jiang Xu, Ruijun Zhang, Jianxin Wang, Shanhai Ge and Fusheng Wen, 2012, "Hollow carbon onions with larger lattice spacing obtained by chlorination of the ball-milled SiC", Materials Letters, 88, pp. 168-170
  • Ashis Nandy, Fangming Jiang, Shanhai Ge and Chao-Yang Wang, 2010, "Effect of cathode pore volume on PEM fuel-cell cold start", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 157, pp. B726-B736
  • Shanhai Ge and Chao-Yang Wang, 2007, "Cyclic voltammetry study of ice formation in the PEFC catalyst layer during cold start", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 154, pp. B1399-B1406
  • Shanhai Ge and Chao-Yang Wang, 2007, "Liquid water formation and transport in the PEFC anode", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 154, pp. B998-B1005
  • Shanhai Ge and Chao-Yang Wang, 2007, "Characteristics of subzero startup and water/ice formation on the catalyst layer in a polymer electrolyte fuel cell", Electrochimica Acta, 52, pp. 4825-4835
  • Shanhai Ge and Chao-Yang Wang, 2006, "In situ imaging of liquid water and ice formation in an operating PEFC during cold startup", Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 9, pp. A499-A503
  • Shanhai Ge, Baolian Yi and Pingwen Ming, 2006, "Experimental determination of electro-osmotic drag coefficient in Nafion membrane for fuel cells", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 153, pp. A1443-A1450
  • Shanhai Ge, Xuguang Li, Baolian Yi and I-Ming Hsing, 2005, "Absorption desorption and transport of water in polymer electrolyte membranes for fuel cells", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 152, pp. A1149-A1157
  • Shanhai Ge, Xuguang Li and I-Ming Hsing, 2005, "Internally humidified polymer electrolyte fuel cells using water absorbing sponge", Electrochimica Acta, 50, pp. 1909-1916
  • Hantao Zhou, Huamin Zhang, Shanhai Ge, Hao Liu and Baolian Yi, 2005, "Porous carbon electrodes for sodium polysulfide- bromine redox flow energy storage cell", Chinese Journal of Power Sources, 29, (3), pp. 170-174
  • Hantao Zhou, Huamin Zhang, Ping Zhao, Shanhai Ge and Baolian Yi, 2005, "Research progress in sodium polysulfide/bromine energy storage battery", Battery Bimonthly, 35, pp. 68-69
  • Shanhai Ge, Xuguang Li and I-Ming Hsing, 2004, "Water management in PEMFCs using absorbent wicks", Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 151, (9), pp. B523-B528
  • Xuguang Li, Shanhai Ge, C. L. Hui and I-Ming Hsing, 2004, "Well-dispersed multiwalled carbon nanotubes supported platinum nanocatalysts for oxygen reduction", Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 7, pp. A286-A289
  • Shanhai Ge, Hantao Zhou, Baolian Yi and Huaming Zhang, 2004, "Sodium polysulfide- bromine energy storage cell stack", Chinese Journal of Power Sources, 28, (6), pp. 373-375
  • S.H. Ge, B.L. Yi and H.M. Zhang, 2004, "Study of a high power density sodium polysulfide / bromine energy storage cell", Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, 34, pp. 181-185
  • Shanhai Ge and Baolian Yi, 2003, "A mathematical model for PEMFC in different flow modes", Journal of Power Sources, 124, pp. 1-11
  • Shanhai Ge, Baolian Yi and Huamin Zhang, 2003, "High performance electrode for a novel sodium polysulfide- bromine energy storage cell,", Chinese Journal of Power Sources, 25, (5), pp. 446-450
  • Shanhai Ge, Changhou liu, Shouchen Zhang and Zhihua Li, 2003, "Effect of carbon dioxide on the reaction performance of oxidative dehydrogenation of n-butane over V-Mg-O catalyst", Chemical Engineering Journal, 94, pp. 121-126
  • Shanhai Ge, Baolian Yi, Hongxing Gu and Huamin Zhang, 2003, "Study on high efficiency sodium polysulfide/ bromine energy storage cell", Battery Bimonthly, 33, pp. 12-14
  • Shanhai Ge, Baolian Yi and Huamin Zhang, 2002, "Review of mathematical model for proton exchange membrane fuel cell", Journal of Electrochemistry, 8, pp. 363-375
  • Shanhai Ge, Baolian Yi, Yu Fu, Hao Liu and Huamin Zhang, 2002, "Study on a novel sodium polysulfide / bromine regenerative fuel cell", Chinese Journal of Power Sources, 26, (5), pp. 355-358
  • Shanhai Ge, Changhou Liu, Liqiu Wang and Da Zhao, 2002, "Oxidative dehydrogenation of butane to butadiene and butene over V-Mg-O catalyst (I) Effect of reactors", ACTA PETROLEI SINICA (Petroleum Processing Section), 18, (2), pp. 59-65
  • S.H. Ge, C.H. Liu and L.Y. Wang, 2001, "Oxidative dehydrogenation of butane using inert membrane reactor with a non-uniform permeation pattern", Chemical Engineering Journal, 84, pp. 497-502
  • Lianjun Wang, Shanhai Ge, Changhou Liu and Zhihua Li, 2001, "A novel porous membrane reactor for controllable butene oxidative reaction", Journal of Porous Media, 4, (3), pp. 253-258
  • Shanhai Ge, Changhou Liu, Lianjun Wang and Shouchen Zhang, 2001, "ACTA PETROLEI SINICA (Petroleum Processing Section)", 17, pp. 89-94
  • Shanhai Ge, Changhou Liu, Yu Fu and Shouchen Zhang, 2001, "Kinetic study of the oxidative dehydrogenation of butane over V-Mg-O catalyst", Journal of Chemical Engineering of Chinese Universities, 15, pp. 230-235
  • Zhihua Li, Changhou Liu, Lianjun Wang and Shanhai Ge, 2001, "Study on a controllable oxidative dehydrogenation of butene in a novel inorganic membrane reactor", Journal of Chemical Engineering of Chinese Universities, 15, (1), pp. 61-65
  • Shanhai Ge, Changhou Liu, Yu Fan and Lianjun Wang, 2000, "Oxidative dehydrogenation of butane to butadiene and butene using a novel inert membrane reactor", Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering, 8, (4), pp. 374-378
  • Shanhai Ge, Changhou Liu, Yu Fan and Lianjun Wang, 2000, "Oxidative dehydrogenation of butane to butene and butadiene using inert membrane reactor", Chinese Journal of Catalyst, 21, (5), pp. 484-488
  • Lianjun Wang, Changhou Liu, Shanhai Ge and Zhihua Li, 2000, "Oxidative dehydrogenation of butene to butadiene in optimum membrane reactor", Chinese Journal of Catalyst, 21, (5), pp. 497-499
  • Shanhai Ge, Changhou Liu, Shouchen Zhang, Lianjun Wang and Xiuren Zhao, 2000, "Oxidative dehydrogenation of butane to butadiene over V-Mg-O catalyst", Journal of Dalian University of Technology, 40, pp. 165-168
  • Shanhai Ge, Changhou Liu and xiuren Zhao, 1999, "Inert porous inorganic membrane reactor for selective oxidation of lower hydrocarbon", Membrane Science and Technology, 19, (2), pp. 6~10
  • Shanhai Ge, Baolian Yi and Hongfeng Xu, 1999, "Model of water transport for proton-exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC)", Journal of Chemical Industry and Engineering (China), 50, (1), pp. 39-48
  • Shanhai Ge, Baolian Yi, Hongfeng Xu, Ming Han and Zhigang Shao, 1998, "Study of proton-exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC)", Journal of Electrochemistry, 4, (3), pp. 299~306
  • Hongfeng Xu, Ming Han, Baolian Yi, Xinge Zhang and Shanhai Ge, 1996, "A study on solid polymer electrolyte fuel cell", Journal of Electrochemistry, 2, (3), pp. 327-331

Research Projects

Honors and Awards

  • Excellent Ph.D. Dissertation, Dalian University of Technology, August 2000

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The Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at Penn State is one of the nation’s largest and most successful engineering departments. We serve more than 1,000 undergraduate students and more than 330 graduate students

We offer B.S. degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering as well as resident (M.S., Ph.D.) and online (M.S., M.Eng.) graduate degrees in nuclear engineering and mechanical engineering. MNE's strength is in offering hands-on experience in highly relevant research areas, such as energy, homeland security, biomedical devices, and transportation systems.

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