Zhu, Bojing

  • Published: 2014-12-08
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Name: Zhu, Bojing
Title: Associate Professor of Geodynamics/Mechanics
Phone: 86-10-88256477
Email: cynosureorion(at)ucas.ac.cn
Office: 105 in SCI&TEC Building
About

 

 

Research interest
 

Geophysics: Saturated-seepage multi-coupled electro-magneto-thermo-force (SS-MC-EMTE) computational geodynamics [seismogenic-coseismic mechanism, Coulomb failure criterion (stress failure threshold), State-and-rate law (slip failure threshold), Rock dehydration-phase-melting]

 

Fracture mechanics: Multi-temporal-spatial-field [time scale: second-hour-year; space scale: pico-nano-micro-meso

-macro; physical field: electro-magneto-thermo-force fully coupled field] fracture mechanics, Multi-temporal-spatial-field flow driven pore-network crack damage mechanics

 

Computational mechanics: The multi-temporal-spatial-field flow driven pore-network crack code under parallel GPU-CPU platform; Hypersingular integral equation method, Lattice Boltzmann method and Boundary element method

 

 

Education

 

2007  Ph.D   China Agricultural University, Beijing

1995  B.S.    Shenyang Agricultural University, Shenyang

 

Professional Appointments

 

2011.06-Now   Associate professor of geodynamics/mechanics, KLCG of CAS & GUCAS

2010.12-2011.03; 2011.08-2011.10; 2010.12-2011.02 Visiting researcher, University of Connecticut

2010.10-2011.06    Assistant professor of geodynamics/mechanics KLCG of CAS & GUCAS

2008.01-2010.10    Postdoctoral fellow, KLCG of CAS & GUCAS

2009.10-2010.03    Visiting researcher, University of Minnesota 

2009.01-2009.10    Visiting associate researcher, Florida International University & USGS 


1995.07-2002.09    Assistant professor of mechanics, South China University of Tropical Agriculture & China Academy of Tropical Agricultural Science

 

Member

 

International Association of Computational Mechanics

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

American Society of Civil Engineers-Miami

American Geophysical Union

Chinese Geophysical Society

Seismological Society of China

The Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

The Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics _ Computational Mechanics

The Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics _ Computational Geodynamics

Editor Radical Journal of Mathematics 

 

Reviewer

 

Computational Mechanics

Computer Methods of Applied Mechanics and Engineering

Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering

Mechanics of Advanced Material and Structure

Applied Mathematical Modeling

Journal of Polymer Research

Radical Journal of Mathematics

 

Courses

Fracture Mechanics of Rocks

 

The analysis of crack problems through fracture mechanics has been applied to the study of materials such as glass, metals and ceramics because relatively simple fracture criteria describe the failure of these materials. The increased attention paid to experimental rock fracture mechanics has led to major contributions to the solving of geophysical problems. The text presents a concise treatment of the physics and mathematics of a representative selection of problems from areas such as earthquake mechanics and prediction, hydraulic fracturing, hot dry rock geothermal energy, fault mechanics, and dynamic fragmentation.

Geophysical Fluid Dynamics

 

Earth's atmosphere, oceans and mantle convection exhibit complex patterns of fluid motion over a vast range of space and time scales. On the planetary scale they combine to establish the climate in response to solar radiation that is inhomogeneously absorbed by the materials comprising air, water, and land. Spontaneous, energetic variability arises from instabilities in the planetary-scale circulations, appearing in many different forms such as waves, jets, vortices, boundary layers, and turbulence. Geophysical fluid dynamics (GFD) is the science of all these types of fluid motion. It seeks to identify and analyze the essential dynamical processes that lie behind observed phenomena. As with any other theoretical science of complex nonlinear dynamics, mathematical analysis and computational modeling are essential research methodologies, and there is a continuing search for more powerful, accurate, and efficient techniques.

 

Selected publications

Bojing Zhu, Yaolin Shi, 2013, Study of Tight sandstone permeability from lattice boltzmann & digital rock model, Chinese Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics [J] DOI :10.6052/0459-1879-12-273.(In Chinese) .  DOI: 10.6052/0459-1879-12-273

BJ Zhu, C Liu, Y.L.Shi.,(2012) Saturated dislocations transient propagation-evolution in olivine structure under ultra high-coupled thermal-force fields. Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics. Doi: 10.1016/j.tafmec.2012.02.002.

HH Cheng, YC Qiao, C Liu, YB Li, BJ Zhu*, YL Shi, DS Sun, K Zhang, WR Lin.,(2012) Extended hybrid pressure and velocity boundary conditions for D3Q27 Latice Boltzmann model, Applied Mathematical Modelling. 36(5) 2031-2055.

BJ Zhu, HH Cheng, YC Qiao, C Liu, YL Shi, K Zhang, DS Sun, WR Lin., (2012) Porosity and permeability evolution and evaluationin ani-sotropic porosity multiscale-multiphase-

multicomponent structure, Chinese Science Bulletin. 57 (4) 320-327.

C LIU, BJ Zhu*, YL Shi., (2011) Coseismic stress variation and numerical analysis of 2011Jpapan-Honshu 9.0 earthquake. Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics. 55(2) 118-130.

BJ.Zhu, C Liu, YL Shi Y, DS Sun, K Zhang., (2011) Application of flow driven pore-network crack model to Zipingpu reservoir and Longmenshan slip. SCIENCE CHINA Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy(Science in China Series G). 54(8) 1532-1540.

Extended Coulomb failure criteria for the Zipingpu reservoir and Longmenshan slip investigated by researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Science Bulletin 56 (31) (2011). 3358-3358.

BJ Zhu, YL Shi., (2010) Three-dimensional flow driven pore-crack networks in porous composites: Boltzmann lattice method and hybrid hypersingular integral. Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 53(1) 9-41.

BJ Zhu, YL Shi, TY Qin, MC Sukop, SH Yu and YB Li., (2009) Mixed-mode stress intensity factors of 3D interface crack in fully coupled electromagnetothermoelastic multiphase composites. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 46(13) 2669-2679.

BJ Zhu, YL. Shi, MC Sukop, YB Li and TY Qin., (2009) Analysis of 3D fluid driven crack propagation problem in co-seismic slip under P- and S- waves by hybrid hypersingular integral method. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 198(30-32) 2446-2469.

BJ Zhu, TY Qin., (2009) 3D modeling of crack growth in electro-magneto-thermo-elastic coupled viscoplastic multiphase composites. Applied mathematical modeling, 33(2) (2009) 1014-1041.

BJ Zhu, YL Shi., (2008) Wave time-domain hypersingular integral applied to co-seismic slip of P- and S-waves from crack propagation. Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics. 50 (3) (2008) 184-206.

BJ Zhu, TY Qin., (2008) Multiple 3D flaws in fully coupled electro-magneto-thermo-elastic multiphase composites by extended hypersingular integral equation method. Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 49(30) 268-290.

BJ Zhu, TY Qin., (2008) Arbitrary 3D flaws in electromagnetothermoelastic composites under coupled multiple fields. Smart Materials and Structures. 17(1) Paper No 015032.

TY Qin., BJ Zhu, NA Noda., (2008) Mixed-mode stress intensity factors of a 3D crack in a bonded bimaterial. Engineering Computations International Journal for Computer-Aided Engineering and Software. 25(3-4) 251-267.

BJ Zhu, TY Qin., (2007) Application of hypersingular integral equation method to 3D crack in electromagnetothermoelastic multiphase composites. International Journal of Solids and Structures. 44(18-19) 5994-6012.

BJ Zhu, TY Qin., (2007) Hypersingular integral equation method for a 3D crack in anisotropic electro-magneto-elastic bimaterisals. Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics. 47(3) 219-232.