Shen, Jianghua


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The basic information

Shen, Jianghua

School of Aeronautics

Postgraduate

Doctor

Professor

j.shen@nwpu.edu.cn

Work Experience

2019.07 - now          School of Aeronautics at Northwestern Polytechnical University      Professor 

2018.02 - 2018.07     School of Aeronautics at Northwestern Polytechnical University      Associate professor 

2017.12 - 2018.02     Joining and Welding Research Insititute (JWRI) at Osaka University       Specially-appointed associate professor

2015.07 - 2017.12     Joining and Welding Research Insititute (JWRI) at Osaka University       Specially-appointed researcher   

Education Experience

2012.08 - 2015.05    [US] University of Noth Carolina at Charlotte    Ph.D

2008.09 - 2016.08    [CN] Northwestern Polytechnical University    Ph.D

2004.09 - 2008.06    [CN] Zhejiang University    B.S.

Admission Information

Multiple positions for Master and PhD programs are available in our group. 

We also have postdoc positions availabe. 

For details, please contact Prof. SHEN Jianghua by j.shen@nwpu.edu.cn

Scientific Research

RESEACH FOCUSES:

a. Mechanical behavior of structural materials under extreme condition:

      Structural materials have to be reliable when used in extreme conditions or when undergoing single, consistent or frequent high-speed loading. Examples include but not limited to the following circumstances: ships navigating in ice-covered water or sea, landing gears contact with the ground, trains running on a rail, vehicles crash in an accidents and so on. All those require the knowledge of materials behavior under various conditions. Therefore, researches on materials behavior in simulating their service conditions are necessary. As one of my research interests, the mechanical behavior and deformation mechanisms of light metal (Mg, Al and Ti) based alloys and composites under extreme conditions are studied, where the main focus is to establish the knowledge about the role of extrinsic conditions on the microstructural response of the materials, as well as the resultant plastic and failure behavior.

b. Fundamental knowledges about the lightweight metals:

      Metals and alloys with light weight and high performance are desirable for structural applications, e.g., in the automotive, aerospace and sports industries. Currently, aluminum is the most widely used light metal. Magnesium and titanium are also very promising due to their highly competitive properties, such as the high specific strength. Especially for titanium, it has been regarded as a potential replacement of Ni-based alloys in aero-engine to lower the weight. Materials scientists have found that, besides adding alloying elements and ceramic particles, microstructure engineering may also improve the mechanical properties of metals. In this regard, the fundamental knowledges about the relationship between the microstructure and mechanical properties are essential and very helpful in designing metal materials.

Academic Achievements

(* Corresponding author, Contributed equally to the work) 

2020

  1. 1. Jianghua Shen*, Biao Chen, Junko Umeda, Jiong Zhang, Yulong Li, Katsuyoshi Kondoh, An in-situ study on deformation and cracking initiation in oxygen-doped commercial purity titanium, Mechanics of Materials 148, 103519, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mechmat.2020.103519

  2. 2. H. Luo, Y. Wu, X. Diao, W. Shi, F. Feng, F. Qian, J. Umeda, K. Kondoh, H. Xin*, J. Shen*Mechanical properties and biocompatibility of titanium with a high oxygen concentration for dental implants. Materials Science and Engineering: C 117, 111306, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msec.2020.111306

  3. 3. X.X. Chen, J. Shen, L. J. Kecskes, Q. Wei, Tungsten-based heterogeneous multilayer structures via diffusion bonding, International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials 92, 105308, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijrmhm.2020.105308

  4. 4. Wenjie Song, Jie Liu, Huiping Dong, Guang Zhang, Jianghua Shen, Youxing Chen, QiumingWei, Microstructural evolution and hydrogen storage proprieties of melt-spun eutectic Mg76.87Ni12.78Y10.35 alloy with low hydrides formation / decomposition enthalpy, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45(33), 16644-16653, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2020.04.142

  5. 5. B. Chen, Z. Li, J. Shen, S. Li, L. Jia, J. Umeda, K. Kondoh, J.S. Li, Mechanical properties and strain hardening behavior of aluminum matrix composites reinforced with few-walled carbon nanotubes, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 826, 154075, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jallcom.2020.154075

2019

  1. 1. Haoze Li, Jianghua Shen, Qiuming Wei, Xiaodong Li, Dynamic self-strengthening of a bio-nanostructured armor-conch shell, Materials Science and Engineering: C 103, 109820, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msec.2019.109820

  2. 2. J Shen*, B Chen, J Umeda, J Zhang, Y Li, K Kondoh, Rate sensitivity and work-hardening behavior of an advanced Ti-Al-N alloy under uniaxial tensile loading, Materials Science and Engineering: A 744, 630-637, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msea.2018.12.066

2018

  1. 1. J Shen*, B Chen, J Umeda, K Kondoh , Advanced Mechanical Properties of a Powder Metallurgy Ti-Al-N Alloy Doped with Ultrahigh Nitrogen Concentration, JOM 70 (5), 626-631, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11837-018-2780-9

  2. 2. B Chen, SK Moon, X Yao, G Bi, J Shen, J Umeda, K Kondoh, Comparison Study on Additive Manufacturing (AM) and Powder Metallurgy (PM) AlSi10Mg Alloys, JOM 70 (5), 644-649, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11837-018-2793-4

  3. 3. J Shen*, B Chen, J Umeda, K Kondoh, Microstructure and mechanical properties of CP-Ti fabricated via powder metallurgy with non-uniformly dispersed impurity solutes, Materials Science and Engineering: A 716, 1-10, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msea.2018.01.031

Before 2018

  1. B Chen, SK Moon, X Yao, G Bi, J Shen, J Umeda, K Kondoh, Strength and strain hardening of a selective laser melted AlSi10Mg alloy, Scripta Materialia 141, 45-49, 2017

  2. B Chen, J Shen*, X Ye, L Jia, S Li, J Umeda, M Takahashi, K Kondoh, Length effect of carbon nanotubes on the strengthening mechanisms in metal matrix composites, Acta Materialia 140, 317-325, 2017

  3. B Chen+J Shen*, +, X Ye, J Umeda, K Kondoh, Advanced mechanical properties of powder metallurgy commercially pure titanium with a high oxygen concentration, Journal of Materials Research 32 (19), 3769-3776, 2017

  4. XX Ye, B Chen, JH Shen, J Umeda, K Kondoh, Microstructure and strengthening mechanism of ultrastrong and ductile Ti-xSn alloy processed by powder metallurgy, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 709, 381-393, 2017

  5. J Shen, X Chen, V Hammond, LJ Kecskes, SN Mathaudhu, K Kondoh, Q Wei, The effect of rolling on the microstructure and compression behavior of AA5083 subjected to large-scale ECAE, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 695, 3589-3597, 2017

  6. J Shen*, B Chen, X Ye, H Imai, J Umeda, K Kondoh, The formation of bimodal multilayered grain structure and its effect on the mechanical properties of powder metallurgy pure titanium, Materials & Design 116, 99-108, 2017

  7. XX Ye, H Imai, JH Shen, B Chen, GQ Han, J Umeda, M Takahashi, K Kondoh, Strengthening-toughening mechanism study of powder metallurgy Ti-Si alloy by interrupted in-situ tensile tests, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 694, 82-92, 2017

  8. XX Ye, H Imai, JH Shen, B Chen, GQ Han, J Umeda, M Takahashi, K Kondoh, Dynamic recrystallization behavior and strengthening-toughening effects in a near-α Ti-xSi alloy processed by hot extrusion, Materials Science and Engineering: A 684, 165-177, 2017

  9. XX Ye, H Imai, JH Shen, B Chen, GQ Han, J Umeda, K Kondoh, Study of twinning behavior of powder metallurgy Ti-Si alloy by interrupted in-situ tensile tests, Materials Science and Engineering: A 679, 543-553, 2017

  10. B Chen, J Shen, X Ye, H Imai, J Umeda, M Takahashi, K Kondoh, Solid-state interfacial reaction and load transfer efficiency in carbon nanotubes (CNTs)-reinforced aluminum matrix composites, Carbon           114, 198-208, 2017

  11. J Shen*, H Imai, B Chen, X Ye, J Umeda, K Kondoh, Highly Thermally Stable Microstructure in Mg Fabricated Via Powder Rolling, JOM, 29(4), 657-662, 2017

  12. J Shen*, H Imai, B Chen, X Ye, J Umeda, K Kondoh, Deformation mechanisms of pure Mg materials fabricated by using pre-rolled powders, Materials Science and Engineering: A 658, 309-320, 2016

  13. Nathan Behm, Hanry Yang, Jianghua Shen, Kaka Ma, Laszlo J Kecskes, Enrique J Lavernia, Julie M Schoenung, Qiuming Wei, Quasi-static and high-rate mechanical behavior of aluminum-based MMC reinforced with boron carbide of various length scales, Materials Science and Engineering: A 650, 305-316, 2016

  14. GQ Han, JH Shen, XX Ye, B Chen, H Imai, K Kondoh, WB Du, The influence of CNTs on the microstructure and ductility of CNT/Mg composites, Materials Letters 181, 300-304, 2016

  15. Jianghua Shen*, Viera G?rtnerová, Laszlo J. Kecskes, Katsuyoshi Kondoh, Ale? J?ger, Qiuming Wei, Residual stress and its effect on the mechanical properties of Y-doped Mg alloy fabricated via back-pressure assisted equal channel angular pressing (ECAP-BP), Materials Science and Engineering: A 669, 110-117, 2016

  16. J Shen, K Kondoh, TL Jones, SN Mathaudhu, LJ Kecskes, Q Wei, Effect of strain rate on the mechanical properties of magnesium alloy AMX602, Materials Science and Engineering: A 649, 338-348, 2016

  17. J Shen, W Yin, K Kondoh, TL Jones, LJ Kecskes, SN Yarmolenko, Q Wei, Mechanical behavior of a lanthanum-doped magnesium alloy at different strain rates, Materials Science and Engineering: A 626, 108-121, 2014

  18. JH Shen, YL Li, Q Wei, Statistic derivation of Taylor factors for polycrystalline metals with application to pure magnesium, Materials Science and Engineering: A 582, 270-275, 2013

  19. J Shen+, W Yin, Q Wei, Y Li, J Liu+, L An, Effect of ceramic nanoparticle reinforcements on the quasistatic and dynamic mechanical properties of magnesium-based metal matrix composites, Journal of Materials Research 28 (13), 1835-1852, 2013

Team Information

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 Prof. Jianghua SHENj.shen@nwpu.edu.cn

  [US] University of North Carolina at Charlotte        Ph.D

  [CN] Northwestern Polytechnical University        M.S./Ph.D

  [CN] Zhejiang University                                          B.S.

 Research interests:Mechanics of Materials; Bio-mechanics

Research assistants

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Ms. Xiuxia WANGxiuxia.wang@nwpu.edu.cn

M.S. from Guilin University of Electronic Technology

Research fields: Bio-mechanics and structural design for bio-applications

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Mr. Xianzhe SHIshixianzhe@nwpu.edu.cn

M.S. from Taiyuan University of Science and Technology

Research fields: Micro-mechanics of gradient structures in metals 

Doctoral candidates

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Mr. Yuzhong HUIhuiyuzhong@mail.nwpu.edu.cn

M.S. from Northwestern Polytechnical University

Research fields: Anti-impact design and failure mechanism of structures 


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Mr. Yahui YANGyangyahui@mail.nwpu.edu.cn

B.S. from Northwestern Polytechnical University

Research fields: Mechanical behavior and failure mechanism of additively manufactured Ti alloys                   

Master students

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Mr. Jinheng YANGjh.yang@mail.nwpu.edu.cn

B.S. from Shenyang Aerospace University

Research fields: Micro-mechanics and failure of Ti alloys processed by severe plastic deformation

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Mr. Siyu LUlusiyu@mail.nwpu.edu.cn

B.S. from Nanchang Hangkong University

Research fields: Finite element modelling of HCP metals based on crystal plasticity

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Mr. Yunfei WANGyunfei@mail.nwpu.edu.cn

B.S. from Northwestern Polytechnical University

Research fields: Microstructural engineering for high performance Cu-based alloys

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Mr. Zhe SUOsuozhe@mail.nwpu.edu.cn

B.S. from Tongji University

Research fields: Fracture mechanics of metals and machine learning

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Mr. Xu YExye@mail.nwpu.edu.cn

B.S. from Civil Aviation University of China

Research fields: Failure of heterogeneous interface under high g-value loading

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Ms. Meng ZHANG

B.S. from China University of Petroleum

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Mr. Huijie SUN

B.S. from Nanchang Hangkong University