Junhe Lian
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Junhe Lian

Assistant Professor

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My main research focuses are in line with the multiscale modeling of material mechanics in the framework of the ICME concept. Relying on the advanced microstructure characterization and in-situ testing methods from nano to component level, I develop models and tools to build the process-structure-property-performance relationship. The main topics include micro and macro plasticity, localization, damage, fracture, toughness, and fatigue. Deformation and failure analysis of Lithium-ion batteries and data-driven model development for material mechanics are my ongoing research.

 

Publications

Advanced Manufacturing and Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering

A strain-gradient isotropic elastoplastic damage model with J3 dependence

Publishing year: 2019 International Journal of Solids and Structures
Advanced Manufacturing and Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Damage mechanism analysis of a high-strength dual-phase steel sheet with optimized fracture samples for various stress states and loading rates

Publishing year: 2019 ENGINEERING FAILURE ANALYSIS
Advanced Manufacturing and Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Prediction of shear crack formation of lithium-ion batteries under rod indentation : Comparison of seven failure criteria

Publishing year: 2019 Engineering Fracture Mechanics
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing and Materials

Crystal plasticity modelling of flow behavior under various strain rates

Publishing year: 2019 Proceedings of the 22nd International ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming, ESAFORM 2019
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing and Materials

Effect of plastic strain and ductile damage on elastic modulus of multiphase steel and its impact on springback prediction

Publishing year: 2019 Proceedings of the 22nd International ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming, ESAFORM 2019
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing and Materials

Anisotropic plasticity model considering the dynamic strain ageing effects

Publishing year: 2019 Proceedings of the 22nd International ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming, ESAFORM 2019
Advanced Manufacturing and Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Microstructure-based fatigue modelling with residual stresses: Prediction of the fatigue life for various inclusion sizes

Publishing year: 2019 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FATIGUE
Engineering Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing and Materials

Quantitative Analysis of Inclusion Engineering on the Fatigue Property Improvement of Bearing Steel

Publishing year: 2019 Metals
Advanced Manufacturing and Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Microstructure-based fatigue modelling with residual stresses: Prediction of the microcrack initiation around inclusions

Publishing year: 2019 Materials Science and Engineering A
Advanced Manufacturing and Materials, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Numerical study of the effect of inclusions on the residual stress distribution in high-strength martensitic steels during cooling

Publishing year: 2019 Applied Sciences (Switzerland)