Lecturer

Phone: 86 15271813506

Email: dbliu@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Solid Mechanics

Research Interests: Mechanical behaviour of small-scale structures and biomaterials,Micromechanics of elasticity, plasticity and fatigue,Dislocation theory and the applications,Nonlocal continuum mechanics: strain/stress gradient theories,Plasticity at the micron, submicron.

Academic Degrees

01/09/2009 – 20/06/2014 Ph. D. in Solid Mechanics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology;

01/09/2005 –01/07/2009 Bachelor in Mechanical Design Manufacturing and Automation, Zhengzhou University of Light Industry

Professional Experience

26/06/2014 – Present  Lecturer of Solid Mechanics

School of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Selected Publications

[1] Dabiao Liu, Yuming He, D. J. Dunstan, Bo Zhang, Zhipeng Gan, Peng Hu, and Huaming Ding. Anomalous Plasticity in the Cyclic Torsion of Micron Scale Metallic Wires. Physical Review Letters, 110 (2013), 244301.

[2] Dabiao Liu, Yuming He, Xutao Tang, Huaming Ding, and Peng Hu. Size Effects in the Torsion of Microscale Copper Wires: Experiment and Analysis. Scripta Materialia, 66 (2012), 406-09.

[3] Dabiao Liu, Yuming He, David J. Dunstan, Bo Zhang, Zhipeng Gan, Peng Hu, and Huaming Ding. Toward a Further Understanding of Size Effects in the Torsion of Thin Metal Wires: An Experimental and Theoretical Assessment. International Journal of Plasticity, 41 (2013), 30-52.

[4] Dabiao Liu, Yuming He, Bo Zhang, Lei Shen. A Continuum Theory of Stress Gradient Plasticity Based on the Dislocation Pile-up Model. Acta Materialia, 80 (2014), 350-64.

[5] Dabiao Liu, Yuming He, and Bo Zhang. Towards a Further Understanding of Dislocation Pileups in the Presence of Stress Gradients. Philosophical Magazine, 93 (2013), 2340-62.

[6] Dabiao Liu, Yuming He, Bo Zhang, Lei Shen. Formulation of Toupin-Mindlin strain gradient theory in prolate and oblate spheroidal coordinates. European Journal of Mechanics - A/Solids. 49 (2015), 227-41.

[7] Dabiao Liu, Yuming He, Peng Hu, Zhipeng Gan, and Huaming Ding. A Modified Torsion Pendulum for Measuring the Shear Modulus of Single Micro-Sized Filament. Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica 27 (3), 221-233

[8] Dabiao Liu, Yuming He, Peng Hu, Huaming Ding, Xutao Tang, Zhao Li. On the Mechanical Properties in Micro-Tensile Testing of Single Fiber. Journal of Experimental Mechanics, 27 (2012), 61-69. (in Chinese)

[9] Bo Zhang, Yuming He, Dabiao Liu, Zhipeng Gan, and Lei Shen. A Non-Classical Mindlin Plate Finite Element Based on a Modified Couple Stress Theory. European Journal of Mechanics - A/Solids, 42 (2013), 63-80.

[10]      Bo Zhang, Yuming He, Dabiao Liu, Zhipeng Gan, and Lei Shen. A Novel Size-Dependent Functionally Graded Curved Mircobeam Model Based on the Strain Gradient Elasticity Theory. Composite Structures, 106 (2013), 374-392.

[11]      Bo Zhang, Yuming He, Dabiao Liu, Zhipeng Gan, and Lei Shen. Non-Classical Timoshenko Beam Element Based on the Strain Gradient Elasticity Theory. Finite Elements In Analysis And Design, 79 (2014), 22-39. 

[12]      Bo Zhang, Yuming He, Dabiao Liu, Zhipeng Gan, Lei Shen. Size-dependent functionally graded beam model based on an improved third-order shear deformation theory. European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids. 47 (2014), 211–230.

[13]      Zhipeng Gan, Yuming He, Dabiao Liu, Bo Zhang, Lei Shen. Hall-Petch effect and strain gradient effect in the torsion of thin gold wires. Scripta Materialia. 87(2014), 41-44.

Awards and Honors

  • Scholarship Award for Excellent Doctoral Student granted by Ministry of Education (2012)

  • National Scholarship for Graduate Students (2012, 2013)

  • Top Ten Graduate Students in Science, HUST (2013)

  • Excellent Student Award, HUST (2012, 2013)

  • Research Fund for the Doctoral Dissertation of HUST (2012)

  • Excellent Graduate Award, HUST (2014)

Courses Taught

0800071: Material Mechanics (I)

Project

  • 11/2012–11/2013, PI, Development of the torque-meter for cyclic torsion of thin wires based on the principle of torsion balance, The Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, Grant No. CXY12Q041

  • 1/2015–12/2016, PI, Study of torsional properties of spider silk by using precise torsion balance and torsion pendulum technique, The Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, Grant No. 2015QN138

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