Department of Metallurgical Engineering
Anhui Agricultural University
United States of America
In 2001 and 2004 , he obtained a bachelor's degree in theory and applied mechanics and computer science from the University of Science and Technology of China and a master's degree in engineering mechanics. He then went to the United States at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and obtained his Ph.D. degree in post-doctoral research work The The main research directions are the microstructural simulation of the intergranular phase precipitation and grain growth in the multi-component alloys, the finite element analysis of the temperature - stress coupling problem of complex casting shapes , and the values of other related problems in the process of metal solidification and heat treatment Simulation, there are several articles have been Sci and EI included, and is the international journals Metallurgicaland Materials Transactions and Journal of MaterialsEngineering and Performance reviewers.
the inclusion phase precipitation in the multi-component alloy and the solid phase transformation in the steel ; ( 2 ) finite element analysis of the temperature - stress coupling problem of mold and casting in continuous casting process ; ( 3 ) Numerical simulation of other related problems in the process of solidification and heat treatment .
K.Xu, BG Thomas and R. OMalley, Equilibrium model of precipitation inmicroalloyed steels, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 2011, vol. 42A, pp. 524-539.
K.Xu, BG Thomas, MS Dyer, JG Speer, DK Matlock, Model of microalloyprecipitation during continuous casting and reheating, Iron and SteelTechnology, 2011, October, pp. 59-68.
K.Xu and BG Thomas, Particle-Size-Grouping model of precipitation kinetics inmicroalloyed steels, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 2012, vol. 43A, pp. 1079-1096.