Advances in Engineering Materials and Applied Mechanics
Proceedings of the International Conference on Machinery, Materials Science and Engineering Application, (MMSE 2015), Wuhan, China, June 27-28 2015
With the rapid development of Machinery, Materials Science and Engineering Application, discussion on new ideas related mechanical engineering and materials science arise. In this proceedings volume the author(s) are focussed on Machinery, Materials Science and Engineering Applications and other related topics. The Conference has provided a valuable opportunity for researchers ,scholars and scientists to exchange their ideas. The conference organization aims to strengthen national academic exchanges and cooperations in the field, promote the rapid development of machinery, materials science and engineering application, effectively improve academic status and international influence of China's machinery, materials science and engineering applications and play an active role to reduce the distance between domestic related disciplines and international themes.
The 5th MMSE 2015 is sponsored by Hubei University.
- University of Huddersfield, UK
- University of Teesside, UK
- University of Nottingham, UK
- Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
- Dong-Eui University, Korea
- Hubei Mechanical Engineering Society, China
- Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society
Dr.Guangde Zhang , Dean of Automobile and Traffic Engineering, Wuhan University of Science and Technology.
research projects/themes: Engine principle; Auto emissions and noise control; modern automotive engineering; Engineering thermodynamics etc.
Dr. Quanjie Gao, School of Mechanical and Automation, Wuhan University of Science and Technology.
research projects/themes: Mechanical Electro-Hydraulic System, Dynamics of New Metallurgical Equipment , Modern Mechanical Design Methodology ,etc.
Dr.Qiang Xu, School of Computing and Engineering ,University of Huddersfield, UK
Dr Xu’s research work on creep damage mechanics has been cited worldwide by researchers in nations including China, the USA, India, Iran, Russia and in 1996 he worked on EPSRC and DTI funded projects at UMIST.
research projects/themes :Creep damage mechanics, advanced computational techniques, Weldment creep life modelling and optimisation, Elastic-plasticity analysis for design and manufacturing process,