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Name: Genlian FAN

Title: Assistant Researcher

Office: Room 322,Material Building D

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Email: fangenlian@sjtu.edu.cn

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Platform: Institute of Composite Materials

Introduction

Research Interests
 (1) Light weight metal matrix composites
 (2) High damping alloys and composites
 (3) Bio-inspired metallic composites

Biographical Information

 

Jul.2011-

present

 

Mar.2009-

Jun.2011

 

Jun.2006-

Dec.2008

 

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Assistant researcher, State Key Laboratory of Metal Matrix Composites

 

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Postdoctoral researcher, State Key Laboratory of Metal Matrix Composites

 

National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan

Junior Research Fellow (NIMS scholarship for PhD students), Ferroic physics group

 

Sep. 2004–

Oct. 2005

National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan

Exchange student, ferroic physics group

 

Sep. 2003–

Mar.2009

Xi’an Jiao Tong University

● PhD in Materials Science, 2009

Subject: Origin of the relaxation behavior in shape memory alloys

 

Sep. 1999–

Jul. 2003

Xi’an Jiao Tong University

● B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering

 

Research Interests

 (1)   Light weight metal matrix composites
 (2)   High damping alloys and composites
 (3)   Bio-inspired metallic composites

Selected Publications

(1) Tang J, Fan GL, Li ZQ, Li XD, Xu R, Li Y, Zhang D. Moon WJ, Kaloshkin SD, Churyukanova M. Synthesis of carbon nanotube/aluminium composite powders by polymer pyrolysis chemical vapor deposition. Carbon, 2013,55:202-208.
 (2) Fan Genlian, Li Zhiqiang, Zhang Di. Damping capacity of BaTiO3/Al composites fabricated by hot extrusion. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China, 22(2012) 2512−2516.
 (3) Lin Jiang, Genlian Fan, Zhiqiang Li, Xizhou Kai, Di Zhang. An approach to the uniform dispersion of a high volume fraction of carbon nanotubes in aluminum powder.Carbon.2011, 49: 1965-1971.

(4) Fan GL, Li ZQ, Zhang D, Ren XB. The Overlooked Hydrogen Effect in Ti-Ni-based Shape Memory Alloys, Materials Science Forum, 2011, 687:533-538.
 (5) Genlian Fan, Kazuhiro Otsuka, XiaobingRen, Fuxing Yin. Two-fold Role of Dislocations in the Relaxation Behavior of Ti-Ni Martensite, ActaMaterialia, 56(2008) 632-641.
 (6)G. Fan, Y. Zhou, K. Otsuka, X. Ren. Ultra-high damping in R-phase state of Ti-Ni-Fe alloys. Applied Physics Letters, 89, 161902, 2006.
 (7)G. Fan,, Y. Zhou, K. Otsuka, X. Ren, K. Nakamura, T. Ohba, T. Suzuki, I. Yoshida, F. Yin.Effects of frequency, composition, hydrogen and twin boundary density on the internal friction of Ti50Ni50-xCux shape memory alloys, ActaMaterialia, 54,5221-5229, 2006.
 (8)Genlian Fan, Wei Chen, Sen Yang, Jinhua Zhu, XiaobingRen, Kazuhiro Otsuka
 Origin of abnormal multi-stage martensitic transformation behavior in aged Ni-rich Ti-Ni shape memory alloys. ActaMaterialia, 52 (2004), 4351-4362.
 (9)Genlian Fan, Yumei Zhou, Kazuhiro Otsuka, XiaobingRen, Tetsuro Suzuki, Fuxing Yin . Comparison of the two relaxation peaks in the Ti50Ni48Fe2 alloy, Materials Science and Engineering A, 521-522,178-181, 2009 (Special Issue for ICIFMS-15)
 (10)G. Fan, Y. Zhou, W. Chen, S. Yang, X. Ren, K. Otuska, Ti3Ni4 precipitation kinetics in polycrystalline Ni-rich Ti-Ni alloys and its relation to abnormal multi-stage transformation behaviour, Materials Science and Engineering A, 438–440, 622–626, 2006 (Special Issue for ICOMAT05)

Research Projects

  (1)     Studies of the damping mechanism of shape memory alloys. Supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2010-2013
  (2)     Fabrication of Aluminium based high damping composites. Supported by China Postdoctoral Science Foundation

Honors & Awards


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