Faculty

LI Xinggang
Research Assistant Professor
0755-88018144
lixg@sustc.edu.cn

Education Experience

2009.10-2014.12,University of Bremen (Germany),Doctor of Engineering

2003.09-2009.07,University of Science and Technology Beijing (China),Bachelor & Master of Engineering

 

Work Experience

2018.07-,Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech),Assistant Professor (Shenzhen, China)

2015.08-2018.06,General Research Institute for Nonferrous Metals (GRINM),Senior Engineer (Beijing, China)

2013.10-2015.05,Leibniz-Institut für Werkstofforientierte Technologien (IWT),Research Assistant (Bremen, Germany)

 

Interdisciplinary Research Fields

1.Fabrication and Process of Metal Powder Materials for Additive Manufacture (3D Printing)

2.Melt Atomization and Solidification(including Gas Atomization、Drop on Demand、Centrifugal Atomization、Water Atomization﹑Melt Solidification in Strong External Field)

3.Process Modeling and Simulation: Multiphase Flow, and Heat& Mass Transfer

 

Honors and Awards

1. Selected in Beijing Nova program, Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission, Beijing, China, 2018

2. Elsevier Award, International Congress on Particle Technology, Nürnberg, Germany, 2013

3. Selected in China Scholarship Council program, providing a scholarship under the State Scholarship Fund to support the study in Germany as a PhD student, Sep. 2009 - Aug. 2013.

 

Representative Publications

[1] Li X.-G., Fritsching U., Chapter 4 Spray Transport Fundamentals, In: Henein H., Uhlenwinkel V., Fritsching U. (eds), Metal Sprays and Spray Deposition, Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 2017, pp. 89-176, ISBN 978-3-319-52687-4.

[2] Fritsching U., Li X.-G., Chapter 19: Spray Systems. In: Michaelides E.E., Schwarzkopf J.D., Crowe C. (Eds), Multiphase Flow Handbook, CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA, 2016, pp.1091-1249, ISBN 978-1-4987-0100-6.

[3] Li X.-G., Sander S., Fritsching U., Chapter 18: Integral Process Modeling and Simulation in Spray Processing of Solid Particles, In: Fritsching, U., (Ed.) Process-Spray: Functional Particles Produced in Spray Processes, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, 2016, pp. 679-748, ISBN 978-3-319-32368-8.

[4] Li X.-G., Modeling and Simulation of the Gas-Atomization Process of Metal Melts for Metal-Matrix-Composite Production, Shaker Verlag, Achen, 2014, ISBN 978-3-8440-3209-3.

[5] Li X.-G., Fritsching U., (2017) Process Modeling Pressure-Swirl-Gas-Atomization for Metal Powder Production, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 239, pp. 1–17.

[6] Xinyu Liu, Yi Xu, Hangboce Yin, Lei Guo, Xinggang Li, (2017) Microstructural evolution of a titanium- and cobalt-modified nickel-based repair alloy during exposure to high temperatures, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 726, pp. 779-786.

[7] Hangboce Yin, Yi Xu, Xinggang Li, Weirong Chang, Yan Zhou, (2017) Design of friction and wear resistant titanium- and cobalt-modified nickel-base repair alloys by spray forming, Materials and Design, 116, pp. 403-410.

[8] Li X.-G., Heisterüber L., Achelis L., Fritsching U. (2016) Multiscale Descriptions of Particle-Droplet Interactions in Multiphase Spray Processing, Int. J. Multiphase Flow, 80, pp. 15-28.