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HUANG Fenglei

  • Name
    HUANG Fenglei
  • Title
    Professor
  • Address
    Room 505, Teaching building No.9, School of Mechatronical Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China
  • Tel
    +86-10-68914518
  • Email
    huangfl@bit.edu.cn

Research Interests

Explosion and detonation dynamics;
Impact and shock dynamics;
Mesoscale numerical analysis of explosives;
Damage evaluation;

Academic Achievements

Journal of Beijing Institute of Technology(Editor-in-chief);
Acta Armamentarii(Associate Editor).
National Defense Scientific and Technological Progress Award (First Class), Ministry of Industry and Information, China, 2014.
Scientific and Technological Progress Award (First Class), Ministry of Education, China, 2014.
State Scientific and Technological Progress Award (Second Class), State Council, China, 2012.
State Scientific and Technological Progress Award (Second Class), State Council, China, 2009.
Four National Defense Scientific and Technological Progress Award (Second Class), Ministry of Industry and Information, China.
One Teaching Achievements Award (First Class) and Two Teaching Achievements Award (Second Class), Beijing Education Bureau, China.
1.Xu Zejian, Huang Fenglei. Comparison of physically based constitutive models characterizing armor steel over wide temperature and strain rate ranges[J]. Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, 2011, 20(1): 015005.
2.Xu, Zejian, and Fenglei Huang. "Thermomechanical behavior and constitutive modeling of tungsten-based composite over wide temperature and strain rate ranges." International Journal of Plasticity 40 (2013): 163-184.
3.Song H J, Zhang Y G, Li H, et al. All-atom, non-empirical, and tailor-made force field for α-RDX from first principles[J]. RSC Advances, 2014, 4(76): 40518-40533.
4.Xu, Zejian, and Fenglei Huang. "Comparison of constitutive models for FCC metals over wide temperature and strain rate ranges with application to pure copper." International Journal of Impact Engineering 79 (2015): 65-74.
5.Zhou T T, Zhang Y G, Lou J F, et al. A reactive molecular dynamics study on the anisotropic sensitivity in single crystal α-cyclotetramethylene tetranitramine[J]. RSC Advances, 2015, 5(12): 8609-8621.
6.Zhou T T, Lou J F, Song H J, et al. Anisotropic shock sensitivity in a single crystal δ-cyclotetramethylene tetranitramine: a reactive molecular dynamics study[J]. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015, 17(12): 7924-7935.
7.Wang X J, Wu Y Q, Huang F L. Thermal–mechanical–chemical responses of polymer-bonded explosives using a mesoscopic reactive model under impact loading[J]. Journal of hazardous materials, 2017, 321: 256-267.
8.Wang X J, Wu Y Q, Huang F L. Numerical mesoscopic investigations of dynamic damage and failure mechanisms of polymer bonded explosives[J]. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 2017, 129: 28-39.
9.Xu Z, Ding X, Zhang W, et al. A novel method in dynamic shear testing of bulk materials using the traditional SHPB technique[J]. International Journal of Impact Engineering, 2017, 101: 90-104.
10.Yang K, Wu Y, Huang F, et al. Numerical simulations of mechanical and ignition-deflagration responses for PBXs under low-to-medium-level velocity impact loading[J]. Journal of hazardous materials, 2017, 337: 148-162.