Name
  Dr. Jin-Chyau Peng
E-mail
  jcpeng@dragon.nchu.edu.tw
TEL
  886-4-22857572
FAX
  886-4-22879351
 

 

 
  • Ph.D. 1991. Univ. of Missouri-Columbia (Dept. of Agricultural Engineering, Food Engineering Major).
  • M.S. 1978. National Taiwan Univ. (Dept. of Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Machinery Division).
  • B.S. 1976. National Chung- Hsing Univ. (Dept. of Agricultural Education, Agricultural Machinery Division).
 
 
  • íPProfessor. Aug 1996 íV present. National Chung- Hsing Univ.
  • íPDept. Chairman. Aug 2002 íV present.
  • íPSecretary of Agriculture College . Aug 1996 íV July 1997.
  • íPAssociate professor. Aug 1984 íV July 1996.
  • Instructor. Aug 1980 íV July 1984 .
 
 
  • Food machinery and food engineering
  • Extrusion technology
  • Bio-industrial machinery
 
 
  • Ungraduate program:
    1. Engineering graphics (2 hrs)
    2. Introduction to biotechnology industry (2 hrs)
    3. Bioproducts and foods processing machinery (3 hrs)
    4. Bioproducts and foods processing engineering (3 hrs)
    5. Health foods (3 hrs)
  • Graduate program:
    1. Food extrusion technology and its applications (3hrs)
    2. Advanced food processing engineering (3 hrs)
    3. Biotechnology on foods (3 hrs)
    4. Research methods (3 hrs)
    5. Special topics on extrusion technology (3 hrs)
 
 
  1. Extrusion technology applying in the development of biodegradable cushioning materials.
  2. Extrusion technology applying in the development of functional foods.
  3. Development and improvements of partially-fermented tea processing equipments.
  4. The effects of engine compression value on its performances and emissions.
 
 
  1. Lui , W.B. and J. Peng . 2003. The Effects of Feed Compositions and Screw Configurations on the Properties of Biodegradable Loose-Fill Extruded Foams. Industrial Crops and Products. (Submitted and Under Investigation). (EI)
  2. Lui , W.B. and J. Peng . 2003. The Effects of Die shapes and Additives on the Physical and Biodegradable Properties of Biodegradable Cushioning Extruded Foams. Packaging Technology and Science . (Submitted and Under Investigation). (EI)
  3. Lui , W.B. and J. Peng . 2003. Effects of Operating Conditions on the Cellular Structure and the Thermal Properties of the Extruded Foams. J. Cellular Plastics . (Submitted and Under Investigation). (EI)
  4. Lui , W.B. and J. Peng . 2003. Effects of Operating Conditions on Degradable Cushioning Extrudate's Cellular Structure and the Thermal Properties. J. Food Engineering. (Submitted and Under Investigation)(SCI)
  5. Lui , W.B. and J. Peng . 2002. Energy Absorption Behavior of Degradable Cushioning Extrudates . Applied Engineering in Agriculture. (Submitted and Under Investigation)(SCI)
  6. Lui , W.B. and J. Peng . 2002. The Study of Physical, Mechanical and Biodegradable Properties of Degradable Cushioning Extrudates . Transactions of the ASAE. (Submitted and Under Investigation).(SCI)
  7. Huang, R., J. Peng ., K. Chang., Y. Wu., and J. Huang. 2002. The Effects of Different Drying Methods on Lotus Flowers Drying Characteristics and Sensory Evaluation. J.of Agriculture and Forestry. 51(3) íG 67-82 íC
  8. Liu, M., and J. Peng . 2002. The Study on the Optimum Operation Conditions of Tea Roasting Machine by Using Response Surface Methodology. J.of Agricultural Machinery. (Accepted) íC
  9. Wang, S. and J. Peng . 2002. The Effects of Valve Clearance and Engine Speed on the Performance of a Gasoline Engine in Full Load Condition. J. of Agricultural Machinery (Accepted ) íC
  10. Chang, M., J. Peng ., and K. Wei . 2002. The Study of the Optimum Operating Conditions for the development of Rice-buckwheat extrudates . J. of Agricultural Machinery. (Accepted) íC
  11. Tai, Z., J. Peng ., S. Juang ., and K. Chang. 2001. The Optimum Drying Conditions for Rice-buckwheat Extruded Food. J. of Agriculture and Forestry. 50(4):13~28 íC
  12. Liu, M., T. Huang., C. Lee., and J. Peng . 2001. Development and Efficacy Analysis of Rotary Roasting Machine . Taiwan Tea Research Bulletin 20:145-148 íC
  13. Sung, G.., J. Peng ., and S. Juang . 2000. The Study of Optimum Operating Conditions for the Rice Snack Food with Green Tea Powder Additive. J.of Agricultural Machinery. 9(2):27~38 íC
  14. Sung, G., J. Peng ., and S.Juang . 2000. The Optimum Drying Conditions for Rice Snack Food with Green Tea Flavor. J. of Agriculture and Forestry. 49(3):1~14 íC
  15. Juang , S., J. Peng ., and S. Tai. 2000. Effects of Feed Compositions on Energy Absorption of Loose-Fill Extrudates . J. of Agriculture and Forestry. 49(2):63~81 íC
  16. Juang , S., J. Peng ., G. Sung., and S. Tai. 2000. Effects of Feed Compositions on Physical Properties of Loose-Fill Extrudates . J. of Agriculture and Forestry. 49(2):17~38 íC
  17. Juang , S., J. Peng ., G. Sung. And S. Tai. 2000. Effects of Feed Compositions on Mechanical Properties of Loose-Fill Extrudates . J. of Agriculture and Forestry. 49(2):1~15 íC
  18. Lee, C., J. Peng ., S. Juang ., and S. Hsiao. 2000. The Study of Additives and Feed Composition on Physical and Chemical Properties of Loose-fill Extrudates . J. of Agriculture and Forestry. 49(1):55~73 íC
 
 

Lab: Bio-materials Process Engineering Laboratory