Research Assistant Professor School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Dr. Liu completes his PHD at Michigan Joint Institute in the Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He is now an Research Assistant Professor in the School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. His research area is numerical simulation, system design and development of 3D printing machine, additive manufacturing of high-temperature superalloy.

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Research

Numerical Simulation

System design and development of 3D printing machines

Data mining

Additive manufacturing of functionally graded materials


Teaching

3D innovation and design


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Papers

Z. Liu, Z. Wang. Effect of substrate preset temperature on crystal growth and microstructure formation in laser powder deposition of single-crystal superalloy [J]. Journal of Materials Science & Technology, 2018, 34(11): 2116-2124.

Z. Liu, L. Jiang, Z. Wang, L. Song. Mathematical modeling of transport phenomena in multi-track and multi-layer laser powder deposition of single-crystal superalloy [J]. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 2018, 49(12):6533-6543.

H. Zhong, Z. Liu, J. Gu. The vertical and triangular morphology in the as-deposited Ti-6Al-4V [J]. Materials Characterization, 2017, 131: 91-97.

Z. Liu, H, Qi. Control of crystal orientation and continuous growth through inclination of coaxial nozzle in laser powder deposition of single-crystal superalloy[J]. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 2016, 230: 177-186

Z. Liu, H, Qi. Effects of processing parameters on crystal growth and microstructure formation in laser powder deposition of single-crystal superalloy [J]. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 2015, 216: 19-27.

Z. Liu, H, Qi. Effects of substrate crystallographic orientations on crystal growth and microstructure formation in laser powder deposition of nickel-based superalloy [J]. Acta Materialia, 2015, 87: 248-58.

Z. Liu, H, Qi. Numerical Simulation of Transport Phenomena for a Double-Layer Laser Powder Deposition of Single-Crystal Superalloy [J]. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 2014, 45(4): 1903-15.

Z. Liu, H, Qi. Mathematical Modeling of Crystal Growth and Microstructure Formation in Multi-layer and Multi-track Laser Powder Deposition of Single-crystal Superalloy [J]. Physics Procedia, 2014, 56: 411-20.

H, Qi, Z. Liu. Modeling of Crystal Orientations in Laser Powder Deposition of Single Crystal Material [J]. Physics Procedia, 2012, 39: 903-12.

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