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Dr Wei Tan
PhD

 

Research Group News

April 2021

Daniel and Evangelos in full flow.

Industrial Liaison Forum #5 MEng Group Prize Winners Announced

29 April 2021

The fifth Industrial Liaison Forum (ILF#5) took place online on 28 April 2021. ILF#5 was the 4th year MEng Group Project Showcase. All 10 groups were invited to present their projects this year. The event attended by many external visitors including several of our Industrial Advisory Board Members, potential new … [more]


January 2021

Board member of UK Association for Computational Mechanics

Dr. Tan is elected as a board member of UK Association for Computational Mechanics

29 January 2021

Dr. Tan is honoured to be elected as a board member of UK Association for Computational Mechanics. He will represent Queen Mary University London in the field of Computatinal Mechanics and interact with many colleagues in other UK univerisities. The goal is to promote the impact of QMUL research in … [more]



07/11/2020

My co-author (Dr. E. Martínez-Pañeda from Imperial) and I would like to announce that our new paper titled “Phase field predictions of microscopic fracture and R-curve behaviour of fibre-reinforced composites” has been accepted in Composites Science and Technology (The most prestigious journal in the composite field, IF=7.09), The archived version can be found from the DOI link (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compscitech.2020.108539) or a free version (https://arxiv.org/abs/2011.00779).

Phase Field Model for composites

16/09/2020

Welcome Mr Emilio Felipe Gomez  join our group as PhD student. He will work on thermal-mechanical modelling of graphene-related materials for improving battery saftey.

21/05/2020

Our new paper titled ‘A physically-based constitutive model for the shear-dominated response and strain rate effect of carbon fibre reinforced composites’ has been published in the leading composite journal 'Composites Part B: Engineering'. This is the first time in the literature to demonstrate how the well-known crystal plasticity framework can be used to predict the plastic deformation and strain rate effect of composite materials. By analogy,  the plastic deformation of a composite lamina is assumed to be due to fibre slip along certain slip systems within the matrix. Reviewers comment "The paper is an excellent contribution to the literature. It is clear and concise, and the technical approach is very good" and "This is a very good manuscript, both regarding scientific content, novelty and thoroughness in the analysis".