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CHEN Pengwan

  • Name
    CHEN Pengwan
  • Title
    Professor
  • Address
    Room 257, Teaching building No.3, School of Mechatronical Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China
  • Tel
    +86-10-68913846
  • Email
    pwchen@bit.edu.cn

Research Interests

1. Deformation and failure of materials under impact and shock
2. Shock-induced modification, synthesis and processing of materials
3. Mechanical behavior, damage and safety of energetic materials
4. Numerical simulation of impact and shock

Academic Achievements

New Century Excellent Talents in University, Ministry of Education, China, 2006.
China Education Ministry's Award for Science and Technology Progress, 2008;
24th Beijing Youth Award, 2010

[1]. Zhou, Q. and P. Chen, Fabrication of W–Cu composite by shock consolidation of Cu-coated W powders. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2016. 657: p. 215-223.
[2]. Zhou, Q. and P. Chen, Characterization of fine-grained W–10wt.% Cu composite fabricated by hot-shock consolidation. International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials, 2015. 52: p. 137-142.
[3]. Yin, H., et al., Detonation Synthesis of Carbon-Encapsulated Magnetic Nanoparticles. Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures, 2015. 23(7): p. 605-611.
[4]. Yin, H., et al., Shock-wave synthesis of multilayer graphene and nitrogen-doped graphene materials from carbonate. Carbon, 2015. 94: p. 928-935.
[5]. Zhou, Q. and P. Chen, Fabrication and characterization of pure tungsten using the hot-shock consolidation. International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials, 2014. 42: p. 215-220.
[6]. Chen, J., et al., Dynamic Brazilian Test of Brittle Materials Using the Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar and Digital Image Correlation. Strain, 2014. 50(6): p. 563-570.
[7]. Zhou, Q., et al., A model used for Hugoniot prediction of material at high-temperature along isobaric path. Journal of Applied Physics, 2013. 114(2): p. 023509.
[8]. Ma, D., et al., Effects of specimen size on impact-induced reaction of high explosives.