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.
et al., 2023, Analysis of solid-state welding in extruding wide aluminium hollow profiles using a new three-container extrusion system, Journal of Manufacturing Processes, Vol:94, ISSN:1526-6125, Pages:146-158
et al., 2023, An efficient closed-form solution for springback prediction and compensation in elastic–plastic creep age forming, The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Vol:125, ISSN:0268-3768, Pages:1115-1133
Zhou W, Shi Z, Lin J, 2023, Semi-analytical study of buckling response for grid-stiffened panels during creep age forming, Thin-walled Structures, Vol:182, ISSN:0263-8231
et al., 2023, Effect of CFRP surface topography on the adhesion and strength of composite-composite and composite-metal joints, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, Vol:164, ISSN:1359-835X, Pages:1-10
et al., 2023, Feasibility study of a novel multi-container extrusion method for manufacturing wide aluminium profiles with low force, Journal of Manufacturing Processes, Vol:85, ISSN:1526-6125, Pages:584-593