Pan Jiazheng, male, Han nationality, is a native of Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province. He is a civil engineering scientist who graduated from Zhejiang University in 1950.
Pan's career has focused almost exclusively on hydropower construction work. He supervised the design of several medium and large-scale hydropower stations. Among the ones he helped design, include Huangtankou, Liuxihe River, Dongfang, Xinanjiang River, Qililong, Wuxijiang River, Jinping, and Mofangou. The large-scale hydropower works he has directed include Longyangxia, Dongjiang, Ertan, Xiaowan, Longtan, and the Three Gorges.
His academic studies have dealt primarily with applying mechanics theory to solve design problems. He has worked on underground structure, groundsill girder and framework, core-wall and sloping core of stone dams, surge well lining, and other methods. Ouyang has studied and solved unstable uplift pressure and closed draining design theory problems.
In 1980, he was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
|1994—||Academician, Chinese Academy of Engineering|
|Vice-President, Chinese Academy of Engineering|
|1980—||Academician, Chinese Academy of Sciences|
|Senior Engineer, State Grid Corporation of China|
|Professor, State Grid Corporation of China|
|Advisor, State Grid Corporation of China|
|1950||Graduate, Zhejiang University Zhejiang Province|