Imperial College London

ProfessorJianguoLin

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

Head/Professor in Mechanics of Materials Division
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 7082jianguo.lin Website

 
 
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Assistant

 

Miss Valerie Crawford +44 (0)20 7594 7083

 
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Location

 

522City and Guilds BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Professor Lin''s research experience is in Materials and process modelling, Solid/Computational mechanics, which includes micro-mechanics modelling, and its application in creep-damage, cyclic-plasticity-damage, viscoplasticity and advanced metal forming technologies.

At the University of Sheffield and UMIST, He worked on the development of unified creep-damage, viscoplasticity-damage, coupled creep and cyclic-plasticity damage constitutive equations. These equations were implemented in FE solvers to predict the damage and failure of engineering materials, such as copper, Al-alloys and nickel-based super-alloys, under different working conditions.

At the University of Birmingham, He worked on the development of unified viscoplastic constitutive equations to model micro-structure and damage evolution in hot/warm metal forming processes. Some examples include: (i) phase transformation in hot-stamping with cold-die quenching, (ii) grain growth in superplastic forming, (iii) age precipitation hardening in creep-age-forming, (iv) recrystallisation, grain size and damage evolution in hot rolling, etc.. He is one of the originators for the development of Evolutionary Algorithms (EA)-based optimization techniques for the determination of physically-based unified constitutive equations from experimental data.

He has also developed an integrated facility for micro-mechanics modelling. Particular applications include the forming of micro components, such as extrusion of micro pins, hydroforming of micro-tubes, etc.

Publications

Journals

Cheng Q, Zhang R, Shi Z, et al., 2024, Review of common hydrogen storage tanks and current manufacturing methods for aluminium alloy tank liners, International Journal of Lightweight Materials and Manufacture, Vol:7, ISSN:2588-8404, Pages:269-284

Li J, Tong C, Zhang R, et al., 2024, A data-informed review of scientific and technological developments and future trends in hot stamping, International Journal of Lightweight Materials and Manufacture, Vol:7, ISSN:2588-8404, Pages:327-343

Chen D, Lv J, Tong C, et al., 2024, Optimisation of sideways extrusion for producing three-dimensional curved asymmetric aluminium alloy profile based on Grey-Taguchi relational analysis, Journal of Materials Research and Technology, Vol:28, ISSN:2238-7854, Pages:4791-4804

Conference

Cheng Q, Zhang R, Shi Z, et al., 2024, Assessment of Recently Developed Low-Force Extrusion Methods for Manufacturing Aluminium Vehicular Hydrogen Tank Liners, Pages:442-449, ISSN:2195-4356

Lv J, Li W, Yu J, et al., 2024, A Low Force Extrusion Technique for Producing Wide-Thin Aluminium Panels, Pages:361-370, ISSN:2195-4356

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