Zhanjiang Wang, Ph. DProfessor
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, China+8618502376952
Jul. 2010 Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, China
Jul. 2005 M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
Jul. 2002 B.S. Mechanical Engineering, China University of Geosciences, China
· Currently, Professor at Southwest Jiaotong University, China, 2016.
· Associate Professor at Chongqing University, China, 2010.
· Research Fellow at Northwestern University, US (2011.1-2013.1)
· Mechanical Engineer in UTstarcom Company, LTD (2005.7-2006.8)
Contact Micro Mechanics
· Research papers in the general areas of eigenstrain analysis and contact mechanics.
· Solutions to problems of arbitrarily shaped inclusions and inhomogeneities for half-space issues.
· A fast method for solving the contact problems of joined quarter spaces.
· An efficient numerical method with a parallel computational strategy for solving arbitrarily shaped inclusions in elasto-plastic contact problems.
· Friction and plasticity effects on surface contact.
· Case hardening and rolling contact fatigue.
Partial Slip contact and Fretting model
· An elastic contact model for three-dimensional layered materials under coupled normal and tangential loads with consideration of partial slip.
· A model for partial slip contacts under a tangential load and twisting moment.
· Partial slip investigation involving plasticity and inhomogeneity.
· A fretting contact model in which the loading history is considered.
EHL on Coated Substrates
· A numerical model for predicting distributions of stress and film thickness of elastic layered materials in point EHL contacts and analyzed the coated EHL for lubricants with different rheological behaviors.
· A numerical model for predicting distributions of stress and film thickness due to the interaction of materials with inhomogeneities.
· Captain Alfred E. Hunt Memorial Award, STLE, 2014
· ASME Member, STLE Member
· Reviewer for Journal of Tribology, Tribology International, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology, Mechanics Research Communications.