Faculty, by Name

Wei LI

Wei LI

Advanced Materials Research Center
Associate Professor
Room 503B,Mterials building A
Biographical Information

2017.1- present Associate Professor of Shanghai Jiao Tong University 2012. 2-2016.12 Lecturer of Shanghai Jiao Tong University 2007. 5-8 Baosteel-NSC/Arcelor Automotive Steel Sheets Co.Ltd

PhD in Metallurgy and Materials, The University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK,2011 MSc in Material Science, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China,2007 BSc in Material Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China,2004
Research Interests
Advanced high strength steel design (strength & toughness); Hydrogen embrittlement in high strength steel
1. Mechanism of S-phase formed on stainless steel and its stability under applied fields. NSFC, China(51201105)
2. Joint research about hydrogen delayed fracture of high strength steels and the role of alloying elements for automobile application. HIMI-TMC
3. Deformation mechanism of high plasticity and economical duplex stainless steel. Bao steel
4. Strengthening mechanism and performance uniformity control of thick steel plate for high strength marine engineering.
5. Hydrogen embrittlement and toughening mechanism of ultrahigh strength hot forming steel for automobile
Teaching Involvements
Thermodynamics of materials
Microstructural characterization of materials
Selected Publications
Advanced High Strength Steel
1]  Y. Xu, Y. Nie, M. Wang, W. Li*, X. Jin, The effect of microstructure evolution on the mechanical properties of martensite ferritic steel during long-term aging, Acta Materialia, 131 (2017) 110-122.
2]  L. Luo, W. Li*, L. Wang, S. Zhou, X. Jin, Tensile behaviors and deformation mechanism of a medium Mn-TRIP steel at different temperatures, Materials Science and Engineering: A, 682 (2017) 698-703.
3]  X. Zhu, W. Li*, H. Zhao, Q. Han, L. Wang, H. Jiao, X. Jin, Unveiling the Origin of Work Hardening Behavior in an Ultrafine-Grained Manganese Transformation-Induced Plasticity Steel by Hydrogen Investigation, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: , 47 (2016) 4362-4367.
4]  H.S. Zhao, W. Li*, X. Zhu, X.H. Lu, L. Wang, S. Zhou, X.J. Jin, Quantitative assessment of retained austenite in quenching and partitioning treated multiphase steel, Materials Science and Technology, 32 (2016) 1619-1624.
5]  H.S. Zhao, W. Li*, X. Zhu, X.H. Lu, L. Wang, S. Zhou, X.J. Jin, Analysis of the relationship between retained austenite locations and the deformation behavior of quenching and partitioning treated steels, Materials Science and Engineering: A, 649 (2016) 18-26.
6]  H. Zhao, W. Li*, L. Wang, S. Zhou, X. Jin, The deformation behavior analysis and mechanical modeling of step/intercritical quenching and Partitioning-Treated Multiphase Steels, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A:, 47 (2016) 3943-3955.
7]  Y. Xiao, W. Li*, H.S. Zhao, X.W. Lu, X.J. Jin, Investigation of carbon segregation during low temperature tempering in a medium carbon steel, Materials Characterization, 117 (2016) 84-90.
8]  X. Lu, W. Li*, H. Zhao, X. Jin, Local plastic indentation resistance of retained austenite in bearing steel, ISIJ International, 56 (2016) 851-854.
9]  X.-H. Lu, W. Li*, C.-L. Wang, H.-S. Zhao, X.-J. Jin, Effects of Sub-zero Celsius Treatment and Tempering on the Stability of Retained Austenite in Bearing Steel, Acta Metallurgica Sinica (English Letters), 28 (2015) 787-792.
10]  H.S. Zhao, X. Zhu, W. Li*, X.J. Jin, L. Wang, H. Jiao, D.M. Jiang, Austenite stability for quenching and partitioning treated steel revealed by colour tint-etching method, Materials Science and Technology, 30 (2014) 1008-1013.
11]  W. Li, X. Li, Y.L. Chiu, H. Dong, On the thermo-mechanical stability and oxidation behavior of carbon S-phase at elevated temperature and under tensile stress, Materials Science and Engineering: A, 600 (2014) 90-98.
12]  R. Wu, W. Li, S. Zhou, Y. Zhong, L. Wang, X. Jin, Effect of Retained Austenite on the Fracture Toughness of Quenching and Partitioning (Q&P)-Treated Sheet Steels, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions: A, 45 (2014) 1892-1902.
13]  W. Li, X. Li, H. Dong, Effect of tensile stress on the formation of S-phase during low-temperature plasma carburizing of 316L foil, Acta Materialia, 59 (2011) 5765-5774.
14]  N. Min, W. Li, H. Li, X. Jin, Atom Probe and Mössbauer Spectroscopy Investigations of Cementite Dissolution in a Cold Drawn Eutectoid Steel, Journal of Materials Science & Technology, 26 (2010) 776-782.
15]  N. Min, W. Li, X. Jin, α to γ transformation in the nanostructured surface layer of pearlitic steels near room temperature, Scripta Materialia, 59 (2008) 806-809.
Hydrogen Embrittlement
16]  Y. Li, W. Li*, J.C. Hu, H.M. Song, X.J. Jin, Compatible strain evolution in two phases due to epsilon martensite transformation in duplex TRIP-assisted stainless steels with high hydrogen embrittlement resistance, International Journal of Plasticity, 88 (2017) 53-69.
17]  P. Zhou, W. Li*, Y. Li, X. Lu, X. Jin, J. Chen, Fabrication and Corrosion Performances of Pure Ni and Ni-Based Coatings Containing Rare Earth Element Ce and Graphene by Reverse Pulse Electrodeposition, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 164 (2017) D75-D81.
18]  W. Li*, X. Zhu, J. Yao, X. Jin, X. Ding, Hydrogen traps and hydrogen induced cracking in 20CrMo steel, ISIJ International, 57 (2017) 170-175.
19]  X. Zhu, K. Zhang, W. Li*, X. Jin, Effect of retained austenite stability and morphology on the hydrogen embrittlement susceptibility in quenching and partitioning treated steels, Materials Science and Engineering: A, 658 (2016) 400-408.
20]  P. Zhou, W. Li*, X. Zhu, Y. Li, X. Jin, J. Chen, Graphene containing composite coatings as a protective coatings against hydrogen embrittlement in quenching & partitioning high strength steel, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 163 (2016) 160-166.
21]  Y. Li, W. Li*, X. Zhu, H. Zhou, X. Jin, Mechanism of improved hydrogen embrittlement resistance of low-temperature plasma carburised stainless steel, Surface Engineering, (2016) 1-4.
22]  X. Zhu, W. Li*, T.Y. Hsu, S. Zhou, L. Wang, X. Jin, Improved resistance to hydrogen embrittlement in a high-strength steel by quenching–partitioning–tempering treatment, Scripta Materialia, 97 (2015) 21-24.
23]  W. Li, X. Zhu, C. Wang, X. Jin, Effect of S-phase on the Hydrogen Induced Phase Transition and Hydrogen Embrittlement Susceptibility in AISI 304 Stainless Steel, in:  Materials Today: Proceedings, 2015, pp. S691-S695.
24]  X. Zhu, W. Li*, H. Zhao, L. Wang, X. Jin, Hydrogen trapping sites and hydrogen-induced cracking in high strength quenching & partitioning (Q&P) treated steel, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39 (2014) 13031-13040.
25]  X. Zhu, W. Li, H. Zhao, X. Jin, Effects of cryogenic and tempered treatment on the hydrogen embrittlement susceptibility of TRIP-780 steels, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38 (2013) 10694-10703.
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