Name: Juan LIU
Title: Associate Professor
Office: Room.237, IFTE
Platform: Institute of Forming Technology and Equipment
Material forming, microstructrure evolution simulation, magnesium alloy forging
2004, 4-2008, 9Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityPhD
2001, 9-2004, 3Northeastern UniversityMaster
1994, 9-1998, 7Northeastern UniversityBachelor
2008, 12–2012.01 Dept. of Plasticity Technol., Shanghai Jiao Tong University,
2012.01-presenct School of Materials Science and EngineeringAssociate Prof.
Research InterestsMaterial forming, microstructrure evolution simulation, magnesium alloy forging
 Liu J. Cui Z. , Ruan L.. A new kinetics model of dynamic recrystallization for magnesium alloy AZ31B. Materials Science & engineering A. 2011 (529) 300-310
 Liu J., Li J., Wang C., Ruan L., Cui Z.. Flow characteristics and intrinsic workability of magnesium alloy AZ61. Steel Research International. Special Edition: 10th ICTP 2011, 708-713.
 Liu J., Cui Z., Li C., Modelling of flow stress characterizing dynamic recrystallization for magnesium alloy AZ31B, Computational Materials Science 2008, 41(3): 375-382
 Liu J., Cui Z., Li C. Analysis of metal workability by integration of FEM and 3-D processing maps, Journal of Materials Processing Technology 2008, 205(1-3): 497-505
 Liu J., Cui Z. Hot forging process design and parameters determination of magnesium alloy AZ31B spur bevel gear, Journal of Materials Processing Technology 2009, 209(18-19): 5871-5880
 Liu J., Cui Z., Li C. A flow stress formulation of magnesium alloy at elevated temperature, AIP Conference Proceedings, 2007(908): 1319-1324
 Liu J., Cui Z., Li C. Metal workability analysis in hot deformation by combination three-dimensional processing maps including strain with finite element simulation, Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 2008, 5, 108-113. (in Chinese)
 Liu J., Cui Z., Li C. Three-dimensional processing maps and flow instability of magnesium alloys ZK60, Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China, 2008, 6, 1020-1026. (in Chinese)
 Liu J. Cui Z. , Ruan L. A flow stress formulation of magnesium alloy at elevated temperature, The 9th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Industrial Forming Processes, Porto, (ISTP) 2007, 1319-1324.
 Liu J., Li J., Cui Z., Ou H. Ruan L.. Material driven workability simulation by FEM including 3D processing maps for magnesium alloy. Transaction of Nonferrous Metals Society of China. (Accepted)
1) PI: “Identification method of optimum deformation range in 3-DMP for magnesium alloys during hot forging processes”, NSFC project (50905110), from 2009 to 2011.
2) Co-I: “Macro/micro simulation software development for casting and forging processes and its application in engineering - Study on fracture criterion at elevated temperatures”,National Science & Technology Major Project of China (2009ZX04014-082), from 2009 to 2010.
3) Main Researcher: “Numerical simulation and optimization software development for hot forging processes and its engineering application”, National Science & Technology Major Project of China (2011ZX04014-051), from 2011 to 2013.
4) Main Researcher: “Manufacturing of microstructural homogenization for heavy forgings used in new energy source equipment”, 973 Program (2011CB012903), from 2012 to 2016.