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Taiwan Shoufu University is located at Madou District, the most center in the Tainan City, Taiwan. TSU, formerly known as Diwan College of Management , was founded in 2000 by Mr. K.T. Wang, his wife, Ms. H.M. Huang, and their education supporters and followers. The chairman of university board is Mr. Chin-Yuan Tsai and the president is Dr. Shang Liang Chen now.Brief history of Taiwan Shoufu UniversityTaiwan Shoufu University was established in 2000 and is located in Tainan, city of ancient culture. Because of its excellent record, in 2010 the school was accredited by the Ministry of Education, and upgraded to become “Taiwan Shoufu University.” Now TSU has 3 colleges, 18 departments, and 2 degree programs. The chairman is Ching Yuan Tsai, a leading entrepreneur. The president is Professor Shang Liang Chen.Location of Taiwan Shoufu UniversityTaiwan Shoufu University is near many national scenic areas and national parks. Hence, the cultural scenic spots are very rich in heritage and have attraction for tourists. Some examples include Madou’s Old Harbor Cultural Area, Tsung-Yeh Arts and Cultural Center, Madou Daitian Temple, Twelve Sisters Array, Wushantou Reservoir, Qigu Lagoon, Black-faced Spoonbill Reserve, Qigu Salt Mountains, and night markets.Campus life of Taiwan Shoufu UniversityThe campus of Taiwan Shoufu University is beautiful. The dormitory provides students with a comfortable and safe living environment. Rooms are designed as suites that include air-conditioning, a refrigerator and internet connection. Dormitory facilities include washing machines, dryers, reading rooms, and a lounge. In addition, the dormitory has a computer monitor system to protect students’ safety. The campus facilities are equipped with gourmet restaurants, a convenience store, an indoor stadium, outdoor night courts, an outdoor café, a night time library, and a bookstore. The campus is near Madou’s market. Life is diverse, and shopping is easy.University Features TSU specializing in leisure industry. Owns and operates two 5 star internship hotel – the Garden Villa and the Kaohsiung International Plaza. Both of the hotels located in Kaohsiung city. Holds the largest library collection of simplified characters outside of Mainland China.Teaching Goals Mission -- to cultivate outstanding students and to ensure their bright future Vision -- to master the changes in this era and create a brand new university Creativity -- Cross-department program which provides a well-rounded education.Academic Units Wikipedia.


Energy conversion for conjugate conduction, convection and radiation analysis have been performed for free convection heat transfer with radiation effect of a steady laminar boundary-layer flow that pass a non-linearly flow field over extrusion stretching sheet by two kinds of boundary-layer conditions. The well-known Boussinesq approximation has been used to represent the buoyancy term adding to the governing equation. All of the important parameters m, Nr, Pr, G, Bi are represented the dominance of the non-linearly effect, radiation effect, free convection effect and conduction-convection effect which have been presented in governing equations, respectively. The similarity transformation and the finite-difference method have been used to analyze the present problem. The results were shown that the free convection effect will be produced a larger heat transfer effect better than the forced convection. On heat conduction processing, the convection-conduction number Ncc or free convection parameter G will be provided a good effect with a larger value. The results are shown by graphics, so that it is a physical multimedia technique features study also. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. Source


Hsiao K.-L.,Taiwan Shoufu University
Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering | Year: 2011

An incompressible steady two-dimensional forced convection with magnetic hydrodynamic (MHD) second-grade non-Newtonian (Viscoelastic) fluid flow on a stagnation point of a thermal forming stretching sheet has been studied. A parameter M which is used to represent the dominance of the magnetic effect has been presented in governing equations. The similar transformation, the perturbation expansion and an implicit finite-difference method have been used to analyse the present problem. The numerical solutions of the flow velocity distributions, temperature profiles, the wall unknown values of f″(0) and θ'(0) for calculating the heat transfer of the similar boundary-layer flow are carried out as functions of the viscoelastic number k, the Prandtl number Pr, the dissipation parameter E and the magnetic parameter M. The effects of these parameters have also discussed. The value of k is an important factor in this study. It will produce greater heat transfer effect with a larger k or Pr and parameters M or E will reduce heat transfer effect. The non-Newtonian flow heat transfer effect is better than a Newtonian flow heat transfer effect. © 2011 Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering. Source


Three-dimensional (3D) product design is an essential ability that students of subjects related to product design must acquire. The factors that affect designers’ performance in 3D design are numerous, one of which is spatial abilities. Studies have reported that spatial abilities can be used to effectively predict people’s performance in conducting complex operations. Nevertheless, few studies have explored the relationship between spatial abilities and designers’ performance in 3D product design. Spatial ability is a type of mental ability and comprises numerous factors. Carton box design is a typical type of standardized 3D product design, in which designers’ performance is affected by the spatial abilities they possess. The most crucial factor among these abilities is the space conversion ability, which is the ability to convert two-dimensional (2D) surface developments into 3D perspective views and convert 3D carton boxes into 2D plans. These operations require an in-depth perception of objects, an understanding of the relative spatial relations among objects, and spatial visualization. In this study, carton box design was used as an example to investigate, using structural equation modeling, the effects that the ability to understand spatial relations, spatial orientation, and spatial visualization have on designers’ performance in 3D product design. The results indicated that all three spatial abilities (i.e., understanding spatial relations, spatial orientation, and spatial visualization) directly influence designers’ performance in carton box design. Therefore, spatial abilities are vital factors affecting designers’ performance in 3D product design. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht Source


Hsiao K.-L.,Taiwan Shoufu University
Applied Thermal Engineering | Year: 2016

In this study, the stagnation nano energy conversion problems have been completed for conjugate mixed convection heat and mass transfer with electrical magneto hydrodynamic (EMHD) and heat source/sink effects nanofluid flow field over a slip boundary stretching sheet surface. The physical phenomena varied which depended on different factors. All of the important nano energy conversion parameters S0, M, E, Gt, Gc, λ, Pr, Sc, Ncc, S and δ have represented the dominance of the magnetic energy effect, electric effect, mixed convection effect, heat generation/absorption energy effect, heat transfer effect, mass diffusion effect, heat conduction-convection effect and slip boundary effects, respectively. The similarity transformation and a modified Finite-Difference method are used to analyze the present nano energy conversion system's thermal energy conversion problem. The non-linear ordinary equations of the corresponding flow field momentum, temperature, concentration equations and plate sheet heat conduction equation are derived by employing the similarity transformation technology. The dimensionless non-linear ordinary equations are composed of momentum, temperature, concentration and plate sheet heat conduction equations which have been solved numerically by an improved finite difference technique. © 2015 The Author. Published by Elsevier Ltd. This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license. Source


Hsiao K.-L.,Taiwan Shoufu University
Applied Mathematics and Information Sciences | Year: 2012

Multimedia feature for a steady two-dimensional forced convection with magnetic hydrodynamic flow (MHD) and with radiation effect of an incompressible fluid over an unsteady thermal forming non-uniform heat source stretching sheet have been studied. The parameters M and R which are used to represent the dominance of the magnetic effect and radiation effect which have been presented in governing equations. The similar transformation and an implicit finite-difference method have been used to analyze the present problem. The numerical solutions of the flow velocity distributions, temperature profiles, the wall unknown values of f'(0) and Θ'(0) for calculating the heat transfer of the similar boundary-layer flow are carried out as functions of the unsteadiness parameter (S), the Prandtl number (Pr), the radiation parameter (R), the non-uniform source parameters (A, B) and the magnetic parameter (M). The effects of these parameters have also discussed. At the results, it will produce greater heat transfer effect with a larger Pr, R and S but a larger parameters M, A, B will reduce momentum and heat transfer effects. © 2012 NSP Natural Sciences Publishing Cor. Source

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