Contact

Chen-Wu WU

E-mail: chenwuwu@imech.ac.cn 

Telephone: 86-10-8254-4271

Address: No.15 Beisihuanxi Road, Haidian District, Beijing 

Postcode: 100190

Experience

  • 2007-present, Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
  • 2013-2014,  ETID department, Texas A&M University.
  • Ph.D. (2007) at UCAS, M.S. (2004) and B.S. (2001) at NUST.


Research Interests

> Laser-Matter Interaction

>> Topics: Laser-based manufacture, Laser-based power transmission

> Thermo-Structural Mechanics

>> Topics: Heat transfer, Thermal design, Thermal stress, Structural optimization

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※ Research are supported by Knowledge Innovation Project of Chinese Academy of Sciences, National Natural Science Foundation of China and National High-tech R&D Program of China etc.

Selected Publications

  • Yan-Chi Liu, Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, Interlaminar damage of carbon fiber reinforced polymer composite laminate under continuous wave laser irradiation, Optics and Lasers in Engineering 88 (2017) 91- 101.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, Inverse estimation of near-field temperature and surface heat flux via single point temperature measurement, Heat and Mass Transfer 53 (2017) 439- 450. 

  • Yan-Chi Liu, Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, Interaction between pulsed infrared Laser and carbon fiber reinforced polymer composite laminates, Proc. of SPIE (2016) 10152-66: 1- 6.

  • Yan Yang, Chen-Wu Wu*, Coupling Analysis for the Thermo-Acoustic-Vibration Response of a Thin-Walled Box with Acoustic Excitations, Journal of Vibration Engineering & Technology 4 (2016) 423- 429.

  • Yu-Chen Yuan, Chen-Wu Wu*, Thermal analysis of film photovoltaic cell subjected to dual laser beam irradiation, Applied Thermal Engineering 88 (2015) 410- 417.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, Ablation behaviors of carbon fiber reinforced polymer composites by laser of different operation modes, Optics & Laser Technology 73 (2015) 23- 28.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, Effect of Residual Stress on Spallation of NiCrBSi Coating, Proc. of SEM annual conference 8 (2014) 229-234.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, Laser heating induced plastic deformation in a pre-elastic-stretched titanium alloy strip. Optics & Laser Technology 45 (2013) 558- 564.

  • Yuchen Yuan, Chenwu Wu*, et al, Responses of thin film photovoltaic cell to irradiation under double Laser beams of different wavelength, Materials Science Forum 743- 744 (2013) 937- 942.

  • Xin-Xin Cheng, Chen-Wu Wu*, Film residual stress assessment method via temporarily thermal relaxation, Proc. of SEM annual conference 4 (2013) 267- 276.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, Effect of residual stresses on spallation of the film under impact by coated bullet, Proc. of SEM annual conference 6 (2011) 239- 252.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, Interface delamination of the thermal barrier coating subjected to local heating, Science China: Technological Sciences 53 (2010) 3168- 3174.

  • Zhi-Lin Wu, Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, On a novel method of impact by a front-end-coated bullet to evaluate the interface adhesion between film and substrate, Progress in Organic Coatings 68 1-2 (2010) 19- 22.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, Evaluation of film-substrate adhesion via impact using coated bullets, Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures 10 (4) (2009) 1703- 1709.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, On the cyclic bending behaviour of a hard coating on a ductile substrate with periodic surface hardened regions, International Journal of Solids and Structures 45 22-23 (2008) 5661- 5674.

  • Chen-Wu Wu*, et al, On the interaction of channeling/segmentation cracks of coating: Study on the critical spacing, Engineering Fracture Mechanics 75 (2008) 2531- 2541.

  • Chen-Wu Wu, et al, On the tensile behaviors of a hard chromium coating plated on a steel substrate with periodic subsurface inclusions, Surface and Coatings Technology 201 (2007) 7699- 7705.

  • Chen-Wu Wu, et al, On the formation of periodic segmentation cracks in a coating plated on a substrate with periodic subsurface inclusions, Surface and Coatings Technology 201 (2006) 2364- 2368.

  • Chen-Wu Wu, et al, The effect of periodic segmentation cracks on the interfacial debonding: Study on interfacial stresses, Surface and Coatings Technology 201 (2006) 287- 291.

Academic Services

  • as reviewer for journals of "Heat and Mass Transfer", "Engineering Fracture Mechanics" and "Optics & Laser Technology", etc.
  • as supervisor for graduate students majoring in engineering mechanics.