Visiting students

Mr Runzi Wang

Mr Runzi Wang is a visiting researcher in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Strathclyde through a research plan for CSC Scholarship Program. He got his Bachelor degree in Chemical Process Equipment from Changzhou University. Now he is a PhD candidate in the School of Mechanical and Power Engineering at East China University of Science and Technology. His research project is concentrated on creep-fatigue analysis and failure mechanism in nickel-based superalloy. In addition, he is very interested in the descriptions of cyclic constitutive models and life prediction model under complicated loading conditions. Up to 2018, he has published 6 journal papers, 3 conference papers and 2 patents.

Ms Yi Shi

Ms SHI Yi is a visiting research student in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Strathclyde. She received the bachelor degree from Beihang University in 2015. She was also enrolled as an exchange student in Hong Kong Polytechnique University in 2012 and École Supérieure des Techniques Aéronautiques et de Construction Automobile(ESTACA) in 2015, respectively. And now she is a third-year PhD candidate student in Beihang University. Her PhD research project is to investigate the interaction between the fatigue, creep and environment on crack growth behaviour of nickel-based superalloys at elevated temperature both experimentally and numerically.

Mr Xuanchen Zhu

Xuanchen Zhu is a visiting researcher in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Strathclyde. Meanwhile, he started a three years master course in the School of Mechanical and Power Engineering at the East China University of Science and Technology since 2015. His research project will investigate the failure behaviours of structures under cyclic thermal load and cyclic mechanical load. The aim of this project is to generate integrated cyclic plasticity failure diagrams for high temperature structure life assessment.

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