Associate Professor

Phone: (86) 27 8754 2431

Email: lianghu@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Civil Engineering

Research Interests: Wind Engineering, Bridge Engineering, Random Vibration

  • Non-stationary and non-Gaussian wind loading on low-rise buildings including field measurement of typhoons, awarded by National Natural Science Funds of China, Jan 2014 to Dec 2016, US Dollar 40,000.

  • Non-Gaussian wind pressure on local low-rise buildings in Hubei province, supported by National Natural Science Funds of Hubei Province, Jan 2013 to Dec 2014, US Dollar 2,500.

Academic Degrees

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China

Ph. D., Civil Engineering, Jun 2007, Supervisor: Prof. Li LI

B. S., Civil Engineering, Jun 2001, Supervisor: Dr. Sufei NIE

Professional Experience

Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China

Department of Bridge Engineering, School of Civil Engineering and Mechanics

Associate Professor, From Nov 2013; Assistant Professor, Apr 2012 to Oct 2013

 

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Associate, Jan 2010 to Jul 2012;

Research Fellow, Sept 2014 to Mar 2015.

Supervisor: Prof. You-Lin XU

 

Tongji University, Shanghai, China

Department of Bridge Engineering, School of Civil Engineering

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Jul 2007 to Jan 2010; Supervisor: Prof. Ming GU

 

Selected Publications

  • Hu, L., and Xu, Y.L. Extreme value of typhoon-induced non-stationary buffeting response of long-span bridges. Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, 2014, 36, 19-27.

  • Hu, L., Xu, Y.L., and Huang W.F., Typhoon-induced non-stationary buffeting response of long-span bridges in complex terrain. Engineering Structures, 2013, 57, 406-415.

  • Xu, Y.L., Hu, L., and Kareem, A. Conditional simulation of non-stationary fluctuating wind speeds for long-span bridges. Journal of Engineering Mechanics-ASCE, 2013, 140(1), 61-73.

  • Hu, L., Xu, Y. L., and Zheng, Y. Conditional simulation of spatially variable seismic ground motions based on evolutionary spectra. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 2012, 41(15), 2125-2139.

  • Liang Hu, Li Li, Ming Gu. Error assessment for spectral representation method in wind velocity field simulation. Journal of Engineering Mechanics-ASCE, 2010, 136(9), 1090-1104.

  • Hu Liang, Li Li, Fan Jian and Fang Qinhan. Coherency matrix-based proper orthogonal decomposition with application to wind field simulation. Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Vibration, 2006, 5(2), 267-272. 

Courses Taught

Bridge Engineering: 48 hours per semester, Fall 2012-Fall 2014

Hydrology of Bridge and Culvert: 24 hours per semester, Spring 2013 and 2014 

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