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Profesor Pengwan CHEN

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Prof. Pengwan CHEN

 

State Key Laboratory of Explosion Science and Technology,

Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, P R China, 100081

Tel: +86-10-6891 2470

Fax: +86-10-6891 2470

Email: pwchen@bit.edu.cn
          
chen_pengwan@yahoo.com.cn  















Education

B.S., Kunming University of Science and Technology, 1993

M.S., Kunming University of Science and Technology, 1996

Ph.D., Beijing Institute of Technology, 1999

 

Positions

Post-Doc, Institute of mechanics, Chinese academy of sciences, 1999-2001;

Visiting researcher of Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, 2003;

Research fellow of State Key Laboratory of Explosion Science and Technology (Beijing Institute of Technology), 2001-present;

Head of School of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, 2010-present;

Vice director of Committee of Explosion and Safety Technology, China Ordnance Society, 2010-present;

Executive member of Beijing Society of Engineering Blasting, 2010-present

Member of the American Physical Society's Topical Group on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter, 2010-present

 

Research fields

The research fields of prof. CHEN include dynamic processing of materials and dynamic synthesis of materials by shock waves (explosive welding, explosive powder compaction, material synthesis by shock-induced phase transition and chemical reaction, material modification by shock wave), dynamic mechanical behavior of materials, numerical simulation on explosion and impact problems, engineering blasting technology, safety measurement and evaluation of explosives.

 

Awards:

New Century Excellent Talents in University of China, 2006;

China Education Ministry's Award for Science and Technology Progress, 2008;

24th Beijing Youth Award, 2010

 

Publications

Books

1. Chen Pengwan,Huang Fenglei. Damage Theory of Energetic Materials and its Applications. Beijing Institute of Technology Press, 2006.

2. Yang Jun, Chen Pengwan, Hu Gang. Modern Blasting Techniques. Beijing Institute of Technology Press, 2004.

Selected papers

3. Xiang Gao, Pengwan Chen, Jianjun Liu. Enhanced visible-light absorption of nitrogen-doped titania induced by shock wave. Materials Letters, 2011, 65(4): 685-687

4. Zhongbin Zhou, Pengwan Chen, Fenglei Huang, Siqi Liu. Experimental study on the micromechanical behavior of a PBX simulant using SEM and digital image correlation method. Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 2011(49): 366-370.

5. Zhongbin Zhou, Pengwan Chen, Shaopeng Ma, Fenglei Huang. Deformation, fracture and mechanical properties of PBX under dynamic loading by using digital speckle correlation method. 14th International Detonation Symposium, USA, 2010.

6. Xiang Gao, Jianjun Liu, Pengwan Chen. Nitrogen-doped titania photocatalysts induced by shock wave. Materials Research Bulletin, 44 (2009) 1842-1845.

7. Chen Pengwan, Huang Fenglei, Ding Yansheng. Microstructure, deformation and failure of polymer bonded explosives. Journal of Materials Science, 2007, 42(13): 5272-5280

8. Chen Pengwan, Huang Fenglei, Yun Shourong. Optical characterization of nanocarbon phases in detonation soot and shocked graphite. Diamond and Related Materials, 2006, 15(9): 1400-1404

9. Chen Pengwan, Xie Huimin, Huang Fenglei, Huang Tao, Ding Yansheng. Deformation and failure of polymer bonded explosives under diametric compression test. Polymer Testing, 2006, 25(3): 333-341

10. Chen Pengwan, Huang Fenglei, Dai Kaida, Ding Yansheng. Detection and characterization of long-pulse low-velocity impact damage in plastic bonded explosives. International Journal of Impact Engineering, 2005, 31(5): 497-508

11. Chen Pengwan, Huang Fenglei, Yun Shourong. Characterization of the condensed carbon in detonation soot. Carbon, 2003, 41(11): 2093-2099

12. Chen P W, Ding Y S, Chen Q, Huang F L, Yun S R. Spherical nanometer-sized diamond obtained from detonation. Diamond and Related Materials, 2000, 9(9): 1722-1725