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WANG Xinjie

  • Name
    WANG Xinjie
  • Title
    Lecture
  • Address
    Room 512, 9th Teaching building School of Mechatronical Engineering
  • Tel
    010-68913063
  • Email
    wangxinjie@bit.edu.cn

Research Interests

1. Mesoscale thermal-mechanical-chemical simulation of heterogeneous energetic materials;
2. Experimental Techniques for analyzing dynamic responses of energetic materials;
3. Simulation and experimental analysis of elastomers

Academic Achievements

1. Wang, XinJie, et al. "Anisotropic mechanical-thermal-phase transformation response of cyclotetramethylene tetranitramine (HMX) single crystal under ramp loading." International Journal of Solids and Structures (2020).
2. Wang, XinJie, YanQing Wu, and FengLei Huang. "A fully coupled thermomechanical dislocation model for explosive crystal (β-HMX) subjected to isentropic compression loading." European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids (2020): 104001.
3. Wang, XinJie, et al. "An Anisotropic Elastoviscoplasticity Model of Thermomechanical Responses of Shocked β‐HMX and α‐RDX Single Crystals." Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics 44.7 (2019): 870-888.
4. Wang, XinJie, et al. "Computational analysis of mesoscale thermomechanical ignition behavior of impacted LLM-105 based explosives." RSC advances 9.28 (2019): 16095-16105.
5. Wang, XinJie, YanQing Wu, FengLei Huang, and LianSheng Zhang. "Dynamic Anisotropic Response of β‐HMX and α‐RDX Single Crystals Using Plate Impact Experiments at∼ 1 GPa." Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics 43, no. 8 (2018): 759-770.
6. Wang, XinJie, YanQing Wu, and FengLei Huang. "Thermal–mechanical–chemical responses of polymer-bonded explosives using a mesoscopic reactive model under impact loading." Journal of hazardous materials 321 (2017): 256-267.
7. Wang, XinJie, YanQing Wu, and FengLei Huang. "Numerical mesoscopic investigations of dynamic damage and failure mechanisms of polymer bonded explosives." International Journal of Solids and Structures 129 (2017): 28-39.
8. Wang, Xinjie, Yanqing Wu, Fenglei Huang, Tong Jiao, and Rodney J. Clifton. "Mesoscale thermal-mechanical analysis of impacted granular and polymer-bonded explosives." Mechanics of Materials 99 (2016): 68-78.
9. Clifton, Rodney J., Xinjie Wang, and Tong Jiao. "A physically-based, quasilinear viscoelasticity model for the dynamic response of polyurea." Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 93 (2016): 8-15.