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LIU Xinhang

  • Name
    LIU Xinhang
  • Title
    Lecture
  • Address
    Room 229, Teaching building No.9, School of Mechatronical Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China
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  • Email
    6120200037@bit.edu.cn

Research Interests

Synthesis and characterization of reactive metal-based nanocomposite particles
Studies of combustion properties and mechanism of high energy density metals

Academic Achievements

1. Liu, X., A.Sims, C. Murzyn, N. G. Glumac and E. L. Dreizin* (2019). “Iodine Release by Combustion of Composite Mg∙Ca(IO3)2 Powder.” Combustion Science and Technology, 1-13.(SCI, IF=1.564)
2. Liu, X., Schoenitz, M., Dreizin, E.L (2019). Preparation, ignition, and combustion of magnesium-calcium iodate reactive nano-composite powders. Chemical Engineering Journal 359, pp 955-962 (SCI, IF=8.355)
3. Liu, X., Schoenitz, M., Dreizin, E.L (2018). Combustion of Mg and composite Mg·S powders in different oxidizers. Combustion and Flame 195, pp. 292-302, (SCI, IF=4.12)
4. Liu, X., Chintersingh, K.-L., Schoenitz, M., Dreizin, E.L (2018). Reactive Composite Boron–Magnesium Powders Prepared by Mechanical Milling. Journal of Propulsion and Power 34 (3) pp. 787-794 (SCI, IF=1.803)
5. Liu, X., Schoenitz, M., Dreizin, E.L (2017). Boron-based reactive materials with high concentrations of iodine as a biocidal additive. Chemical Engineering Journal 325, pp. 495-501 (SCI, IF=8.355)
6. Liu X., Gonzales J., Schoenitz M., Dreizin E.L (2017)., Effect of purity and surface modification on stability and oxidation kinetics of boron powders. Thermochimica Acta 652, pp. 17-23 (SCI, IF=2.251)
7. Wang S., Liu X., Schoenitz M., Dreizin, E.L (2017)., Nanocomposite Thermites with Calcium Iodate Oxidizer. Propellants Explosives and Pyrotechnics 42, pp. 284–292 (SCI, IF=1.634)
8. Monk, I., Williams, R., Liu, X., Dreizin, E.L (2015)., Electro-static discharge ignition of monolayers of nanocomposite thermite powders prepared by arrested reactive milling. Combustion Science and Technology 187 pp. 1276–1294 (SCI, IF=1.564)