Dr Shi is an Advanced Research Fellow in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London. His research experiences include metal forming technologies, powder metallurgy, surface engineering, materials characterisation and modelling, and process simulation. His current research focuses on creep age forming of large aluminium alloy panels for aeronautical and high-speed train applications, development of direct powder forging process, extrusion of curved products and wide plates, microstructural control for aluminium die forging, and hot stamping of high strength steels. Dr Shi is a co-director of Shougang-Imperial Lab for Lightweight Steel Based Systems for Impact Resistant Automotive Applications.
Wang X, Shi Z, Lin J, 2023, Experimental study and modelling of anisotropic behaviour of aluminium-lithium alloys in creep age forming, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, Vol:260, ISSN:0020-7403
et al., 2023, Investigation of the mechanisms on the abnormal features observed in thermal-mechanical testing of AA6061 under extrusion conditions, Materials Science and Engineering: A, Vol:884, ISSN:0921-5093
et al., 2023, Review of Common Hydrogen Storage Tanks and Current Manufacturing Methods for Aluminium Alloy Tank Liners, International Journal of Lightweight Materials and Manufacture, ISSN:2588-8404
et al., 2023, Investigation of die designs on welding quality and billet material utilisation for multi-container extrusion of wide stiffened aluminium panels, The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Vol:127, ISSN:0268-3768, Pages:4149-4162
et al., 2023, The nano-structural characterization of Ω and S phases in Al-5.1Cu-1.0 Mg-(0.4Ag) AA2024 aluminum alloys, Materials Science and Engineering: A, Vol:881, ISSN:0921-5093, Pages:1-16