Name:Xiaoling Tong
Associated Centers:Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems
Email: xltong@simcenter.msstate.edu
Office:High Performance Computing Building, 203
Office Phone:(662) 325-3048

Biography:Dr. Xiaoling Tong is a Research Assistant Professor in High Performance Computing Collabatory at Mississippi State University. She received her PH.D in Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Delaware in 1998. Earlier, she obtained her master degree in Department of Thermal Engineering at TsingHua University in China in 1993. She came to Mississippi State University as a post-doc after finishing her PH.D

Research Interest: Numerical simulation of multiphase flows

Publications: Tong, X., Luke, E., Remotigue, M., & Kang, J. (2013). Multiphase Simulations of Blast-Soil Interaction. 13th International Symposium on Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flow. Lake Tahoe, NV: ASME. DOI:10.1115/FEDSM2013-16549.

Thompson, D., Tong, X., Arnoldus, Q., Collins, E.M., McLaurin, D., & Luke, E. (2013). Discrete Surface Evolution and Mesh Deformation for Aircraft Icing Applications. Proceedings of the AIAA 5th Atmospheric and Space Environments Conference. San Diego, CA. DOI:10.2514/6.2013-2544. [Abstract]

Tong, X., & Luke, E. (2011). An Error Transport Equation in Primitive Variable Formulation. 49th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting including the New Horizons Forum and Aerospace Exposition. Orlando, FL: AIAA. AIAA-2011-1295.

Tong, X., & Luke, E. (2010). Robust and Accurate Eulerian Multiphase Simulations of Icing Collection Efficiency Using a Singluarity Diffusion Model. In Y.S. Li and J.M. Zhan (Eds.), Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Mechanics. 4(4), 483-495.

Hughson, M., Arnoldus, Q., Tong, X., Luke, E., Blades, E. L., & Marcum, D. (2009). Sea-Mobile Kinetic Energy Interceptor (KEI) Boost/Ascent Evolution Computational Modeling & Simulation for Design, CY09 Final Report.

Total Publications by this Author: 9