师资

刘轶军
讲席教授
美国机械工程师学会会士
系主任
0755-88018180
liuyj3@sustech.edu.cn

获西北工业大学飞机结构强度专业本科和硕士学位,后留校任教。1987年赴美国留学,1992年在美国伊利诺大学香槟分校(UIUC)获理论与应用力学博士学位。1992-1994年在爱荷华州立大学(ISU)做博士后研究,1994-1996年先后在美国MSC.Software, Weidlinger Associates 和Ford Motor Company做工程师。1996年起在美国辛辛那提大学(UC)机械工程系任职,历任助理教授、副教授、教授、CAE研究室主任及P&G-UC高性能计算研究中心技术主任。研究方向为计算力学及其在模拟先进材料、结构动力和声场中的应用。近年来专注于快速边界元方法在大规模位势、弹性力学、流体力学和声学中的算法研究。英文《快速多极边界元方法》一书2009年由剑桥大学出版社出版,在国际期刊和学术会议文集中发表论文100余篇。现为ASME Fellow (美国机械工程师学会会士),国际边界元协会 (IABEM) 执行理事,国际杂志Computers & Structures 及Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements编委。获2002年和2013年辛辛那提大学工程学院教师杰出研究奖;2004年日本JSPS高级研究学者奖励 (在京都大学做访问教授) ;2004年中国教育部春晖计划奖励 (在清华大学做访问教授) ;和2012年中国杜庆华工程计算方法奖。

 

学习经历
1992 美国伊利诺大学香槟分校(UIUC)理论与应用力学(TAM)博士学位
1984 西北工业大学飞机系固体力学硕士学位
1982 西北工业大学飞机系飞机结构强度学士学位

 

工作经历
2018-今 南方科技大学力学与航空航天工程系讲席教授
1996-2018 美国辛辛那提大学机械工程系助理教授、 副教授、教授
1995-1996 美国福特汽车公司先进车辆技术部计算机辅助工程(CAE)分析师
1995 美国Weidlinger Associates公司结构分析工程师
1994 美国MSC/Software公司软件工程师
1992-1994 美国爱荷华州立大学无损伤探测研究中心(CNDE)博士后
1984-1987 西北工业大学飞机系飞机结构强度教研室教师

 

荣誉及获奖
美国机械工程师学会会士(ASME Fellow, 2015)
中国杜庆华工程计算方法奖(2012)
美国辛辛那提大学工学院杰出教师研究奖(2002,2013)
日本科学促进会(JSPS)高级研究员学者奖励(2004)
中国教育部春晖计划奖励(2004)

 

研究方向
计算固体力学、断裂力学、结构振动及声学
快速边界元方法(BEM)、有限元方法(FEM)及无网格方法(MFS、MD、PD)
复合材料、纳米材料、生物材料、声学超材料性能多尺度数值模拟
CAE软件开发与应用(FastBEM Acoustics)

 

近期科研项目:
多裂纹扩展快速边界元模拟及其在页岩油气水压致裂开采中的应用,中国国家自然科学基金,常规面上项目,75万元,1/2015-12/2018,PI。
Workshop on the Boundary Element Method (BEM): Bridging Education and Industrial Applications; Minneapolis, Minnesota; 23-26 April 2012, National Science Foundation, $87,508, 10/1/11-9/30/13 (Co-PI).
SNM GOALI: Carbon Nanotube Superfiber to Revolutionize Engineering Designs, National Science Foundation, $1.8M, 9/15/11-8/31/16 (Co-PI).
High-Fidelity Prediction of Launch Vehicle Liftoff Acoustic Fields, NASA STTR Phase I (CFDRC), $30,000, 2/18/11-2/18/12 (PI).
NSF Workshop on the Emerging Applications and Future Directions of the Boundary Element Method, National Science Foundation, $31,170, 5/15/10-4/30/11 (PI).
UC High-Performance Modeling and Simulation Center, Procter & Gamble (P&G), $1.5M, starting 9/1/08 (Co-PI, 50% of efforts).
Application Engineers for TechnoSoft, TechnoSoft, $141K, 1/1/10-12/31/10 (Co-PI, 33.3% of efforts).
Collaborative Research: Fast Simulation of Complex MEMS Structures with the Boundary Element, Finite Element and Fast Multipole Methods, National Science Foundation (CMMI 0508232), $125K, 9/1/05-8/31/09 (PI).
REU – Collaborative Research: Fast Simulation of Complex MEMS Structures with the Boundary Element, Finite Element and Fast Multipole Methods, National Science Foundation (CMMI 0722767), $5.5K, 6/1/07-8/31/07 (PI).
Material Characterization for Hypersonic Vehicles by the Fast Multipole Boundary Element Method, NASA SBIR Phase I (Avant Analysis Technology), $23.3K, 1/19/07-7/18/07 (PI).
An Integrated Testing and Simulation Lab for Undergraduate Education in Mechanical Engineering, P&G Higher Education Grant, $10K, 2008 (PI).
Three-Dimensional Modeling of the Interphases in Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials, National Science Foundation (CMS 9734949), $113K, 4/15/98-3/31/01 (PI).

 

学术成果

  1. S. Huang and Y. J. Liu, “A new fast direct solver for the boundary element method,”  Computational Mechanics, 60, No. 3, 379–392 (2017).

  2. G. Hou, D. Chauhan, V. Ng, C. Xu, Z. Yin, M. Paine, R. Su, V. Shanov, D. Mast, M. Schulz, and Y. J. Liu, “Gas phase pyrolysis synthesis of carbon nanotubes at high temperature,”  Materials & Design, 132, 112-118 (2017).

  3. G. Hou, V. Ng, C. Xu, L. Zhang, G. Zhang, V. Shanov, D. Mast, W. Kim, M. Schulz, and Y. J. Liu, “Multiscale modeling of carbon nanotube bundle agglomeration inside a gas phase pyrolysis reactor,”  MRS Advances, 1-6 (5/2017).

  4. G. Hou, V. Ng, Y. Song, L. Zhang, C. Xu, V. Shanov, D. Mast, M. Schulz, and Y. J. Liu, “Numerical and experimental investigation of carbon nanotube sock formation,”  MRS Advances, 2(1), 21-26 (2017).

  5. Y. J. Liu, Y. X. Li, and W. Xie, “Modeling of multiple crack propagation in 2-D elastic solids by the fast multipole boundary element method,”  Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 172, 1-16 (2017).

  6. Y. J. Liu, “On the displacement discontinuity method and the boundary element method for solving 3-D crack problems,”  Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 164, 35-45 (2016).

  7. S. Huang and Y. J. Liu, “A new simple multidomain fast multipole boundary element method,”  Computational Mechanics, 58, No. 3, 533–548 (2016).

  8. G. Hou, R. Su, A. Wang, V. Ng, W. Li, Y. Song, L. Zhang, M. Sundaram, V. Shanov, D. Mast, D. Lashmore, M. Schulz, and Y. J. Liu, “The effect of a convection vortex on sock formation in the floating catalyst method for carbon nanotube synthesis,” Carbon, 102, 513-519 (2016).

  9. Y. Sun, Y. J. Liu, and F. Xu, “ReaxFF molecular dynamics study on oxidation behavior of 3C-SiC: Polar face effects,” Chinese Physics B, 24, 096203 (2015).

  10. Y. C. Cao, L. H. Wen, J. Y. Xiao, and Y. J. Liu, “A fast directional BEM for large-scale acoustic problems based on the Burton-Miller formulation,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 50, 47-58 (2015).

  11. H. J. Wu, Y. J. Liu, W. K. Jiang, and W. B. Lu, “A fast multipole boundary element method for three-dimensional half-space acoustic wave problems over an impedance plane,”   International Journal of Computational Methods, 12, No. 1, 1350090 (2015).

  12. F. Wu, G. R. Liu, G. Y. Li, Y. J. Liu, and Z. C. He, “A coupled ES-FEM and FM-BEM for structural acoustic problems,”  Noise Control Engineering Journal, 62, No. 4, 196-209 (2014).

  13. Y. J. Liu, Y. X. Li, and S. Huang, “A fast multipole boundary element method for solving two-dimensional thermoelasticity problems,”  Computational Mechanics, 54, No. 3, 821-831 (2014).

  14. Y. J. Liu and Y. X. Li, “Revisit of the equivalence of the displacement discontinuity method and boundary element method for solving crack problems,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 47, 64–67 (2014).

  15. Z. Guo, Y. J. Liu, H. Ma, and S. Huang, “A fast multipole boundary element method for modeling 2-D multiple crack problems with constant elements,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 47, 1-9 (2014).

  16. Y. J. Liu and Y. X. Li, “Slow convergence of the BEM with constant elements in solving beam bending problems,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 39, 1-4 (2014).

  17. Y. J. Liu, W. Ye and Y. Deng, “On the identities for elastostatic fundamental solution and nonuniqueness of the traction BIE solution for multi-connected domains,” ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, 80, No. 5, 051012 (2013).

  18. S. Huang and Y. J. Liu, “A fast multipole boundary element method for solving the thin plate bending problem,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 37, No. 6, 967–976 (2013).

  19. Y. J. Liu and S. Huang, “Identities for the fundamental solution of thin plate bending problems and the nonuniqueness of the hypersingular BIE solution for multi-connected domains,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 37, No. 3, 579-584 (2013).

  20. H. Ma, Z. Guo, M. Dhanasekar, C. Yan and Y. J. Liu, “Efficient solution of multiple cracks in great number using eigen COD boundary integral equations with iteration procedure,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 37, No. 3, 487-500 (2013).

  21. H. J. Wu, W. K. Jiang and Y. J. Liu, “Analyzing acoustic radiation modes of baffled plates with a fast multipole boundary element method,” ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics,  135, No. 1,  011007: 1-7 (2013).

  22. H. J. Wu, Y. J. Liu and W. K. Jiang, “A low frequency fast multipole boundary element method based on analytical integration of the hypersingular integral for 3D acoustic problems,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 37, No. 2, 309-318 (2013).

  23. B. Kumar, D. I. Bylski-Austrow, and Y. J. Liu, “Finite element model of spinal hemiepiphysiodesis: effect of contact conditions, initial conditions, and growth,”  Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 176, 99-103 (2012).

  24. H. J. Wu, Y. J. Liu and W. K. Jiang, “A fast multipole boundary element method for 3D multi-domain acoustic scattering problems based on the Burton-Miller formulation,” Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 36, No. 5, 779–788 (2012).

  25. H. J. Wu, Y. J. Liu and W. K. Jiang, “Analytical integration of the moments in the diagonal form fast multipole boundary element method for 3-D acoustic wave problems,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 36, No. 2, 248–254 (2012).

  26. H. J. Wu, W. K. Jiang and Y. J. Liu, “Diagonal form fast multipole boundary element method for 2D acoustic problems based on Burton-Miller boundary integral equation formulation and its applications,” Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 32, No. 8, 981-996 (2011).

  27. X. Y. Zhu, W. Q. Chen, Z. Y. Huang and Y. J. Liu, “A fast multipole boundary element method for 2D viscoelastic problems,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 35, No. 2, 170-178 (2011).

  28. X. Y. Zhu, W. Q. Chen, Z. Y. Huang and Y. J. Liu, “Fast multipole boundary element analysis of 2D viscoelastic composites with imperfect interfaces,”  Science China: Technological Sciences, 53, No. 8, 2160–2171 (2010).

  29. H. J. Wu, W. K. Jiang and Y. J. Liu, “Analysis of numerical integration error for Bessel integral identity in fast multipole method for 2D Helmholtz equation,” Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University (Science), 15, No. 6, 690-693 (2010).

  30. Y. J. Liu, “A new boundary meshfree method with distributed sources,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 34, No. 11, 914-919 (2010).

  31. M. S. Bapat and Y. J. Liu, “A new adaptive algorithm for the fast multipole boundary element method,”  CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, 58, No. 2, 161-184 (2010).

  32. M. S. Bapat, L. Shen and Y. J. Liu, “Adaptive fast multipole boundary element method for three-dimensional half-space acoustic wave problems,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 33, Nos. 8-9, 1113-1123 (2009).

  33. Y. Yun, Z. Dong, N. Lee, Y. J. Liu, D. Xue, and et al., “Revolutionizing biodegradable metals“, Materials Today, 12, No. 10, 22-32 (2009).

  34. Y. J. Liu, “A fast multipole boundary element method for 2-D multi-domain elastostatic problems based on a dual BIE formulation,”  Computational Mechanics, 42, No. 5, 761-773 (2008).

  35. Y. J. Liu, N. Nishimura, D. Qian, N. Adachi, Y. Otani and V. Mokashi, “A boundary element method for the analysis of CNT/polymer composites with a cohesive interface model based on molecular dynamics,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 32, No. 4, 299–308 (2008).

  36. Y. J. Liu, “A new fast multipole boundary element method for solving 2-D Stokes flow problems based on a dual BIE formulation,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 32, No. 2, 139-151 (2008).

  37. Y. J. Liu and L. Shen, “A dual BIE approach for large-scale modeling of 3-D electrostatic problems with the fast multipole boundary element method,”  International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 71, No. 7, 837–855 (2007).

  38. V. Mokashi, D. Qian and Y. J. Liu, “A study on the tensile response and fracture in carbon nanotube-based composites using molecular mechanics,”  Composites Science and Technology, 67, Nos. 3-4, 530-540 (2007).

  39. L. Shen and Y. J. Liu, “An adaptive fast multipole boundary element method for three-dimensional acoustic wave problems based on the Burton-Miller formulation,”  Computational Mechanics,  40, No. 3, 461-472 (2007).

  40. L. Shen and Y. J. Liu, “An adaptive fast multipole boundary element method for three-dimensional potential problems,”  Computational Mechanics, 39, No. 6, 681-691 (2007).

  41. Y. J. Liu, “Dual BIE approaches for modeling electrostatic MEMS problems with thin beams and accelerated by the fast multipole method,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 30, No. 11, 940-948 (2006).

  42. Y. J. Liu and N. Nishimura, “The fast multipole boundary element method for potential problems: a tutorial,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 30, No. 5, 371-381 (2006). (Corrected Figures 4 and 5)

  43. Y. J. Liu, “A new fast multipole boundary element method for solving large-scale two-dimensional elastostatic problems,”  International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 65, No. 6, 863-881 (2006).

  44. Y. J. Liu, N. Nishimura and Z. H. Yao, “A fast multipole accelerated method of fundamental solutions for potential problems,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 29, No. 11, 1016-1024 (2005).

  45. Y. J. Liu, N. Nishimura and Y. Otani, “Large-scale modeling of carbon-nanotube composites by a fast multipole boundary element method,”  Computational Materials Science, 34, No. 2, 173-187 (2005).

  46. X. L. Chen and Y. J. Liu, “An advanced 3-D boundary element method for characterizations of composite materials,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 29, No. 6, 513-523 (2005).

  47. B. Keum and Y. J. Liu, “Analysis of 3-D frictional contact mechanics problems by a boundary element method,”  Tsinghua Science and Technology, 10, No. 1, 16-29 (2005).

  48. Y. J. Liu, N. Nishimura, Y. Otani, T. Takahashi, X. L. Chen and H. Munakata, “A fast boundary element method for the analysis of fiber-reinforced composites based on a rigid-inclusion model,” ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, 72, No. 1, 115-128 (2005).

  49. N. Nishimura and Y. J. Liu, “Thermal analysis of carbon-nanotube composites using a rigid-line inclusion model by the boundary integral equation method,” Computational Mechanics, 35, No. 1, 1-10 (2004).

  50. Y. J. Liu and X. L. Chen, “Modeling of carbon nanotube-based composites by the boundary element method,” JASCOME Reviews, No. 2004-1, 45-57 (2004).

  51. X. L. Chen and Y. J. Liu, “Square representative volume elements for evaluating the effective material properties of carbon nanotube-based composites,”  Computational Materials Science, 29, No. 1, 1-11 (2004).

  52. Y. J. Liu and X. L. Chen, “Evaluations of the effective material properties of carbon nanotube-based composites using a nanoscale representative volume element,”  Mechanics of Materials, 35, No. 1-2, 69-81 (2003).

  53. Y. J. Liu and X. L. Chen, “Continuum models of carbon nanotube-based composites using the boundary element method,”  Electronic Journal of Boundary Elements, 1, No. 2, 316-335 (2003).

  54. M. Nuggehally, Y. J. Liu, S. B. Chaudhari and P. Thampi, “An Internet-based computing platform for the boundary element method,”  Advances in Engineering Software,  34, No. 5, 261-269 (2003).

  55. D. Shi, J. Lian, P. He, L. M. Wang, W. J. van Oojj, M. Schulz, Y. J. Liu and D. B. Mast, “Plasma deposition of ultrathin polymer films on carbon nanotubes,”  Applied Physics Letters, 81, No. 27, 5216-5218 (2002).

  56. J. S. Yang and Y. J. Liu, “Boundary formulation and numerical analysis of elastic bodies with surface bonded piezoelectric films,”  Smart Materials and Structures, 11, No. 2, 308-311 (2002).

  57. Y. J. Liu and H. Fan, “Analysis of thin piezoelectric solids by the boundary element method,”   Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 191, No. 21-22, 2297-2315 (2002).

  58. X. L. Chen and Y. J. Liu, “Thermal stress analysis of multi-layer thin films and coatings by an advanced boundary element method,”  CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, 2, No. 3, 337-349 (2001).

  59. X. L. Chen and Y. J. Liu, “Multiple-cell modeling of fiber-reinforced composites with the presence of interphases using the boundary element method,”  Computational Materials Science, 21, No. 1, 86-94 (2001).

  60. Y. J. Liu and H. Fan, “On the conventional boundary integral equation formulation for piezoelectric solids with defects or of thin shapes,” Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 25, No. 2, 77-91 (2001).

  61. S. H. Chen, Y. J. Liu and X. Y. Dou, “A unified boundary element method for the analysis of sound and  shell-like structure interactions. II. Efficient solution techniques,”  The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 108, No. 6, 2738-2745, December (2000).

  62. Y. J. Liu, “On the simple-solution method and non-singular nature of the BIE/BEM – A review and some new results,”  Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements (Special issue), 24, No. 10, 789-795 (2000).

  63. Y. J. Liu and N. Xu,  “Modeling of interface cracks in fiber-reinforced composites with the presence of interphases using the boundary element method,”  Mechanics of Materials  (Special issue:  Mechanics & Mechanisms of Failure of Interfaces in Engineering Materials), 32, No. 12, 769-783 (2000).

  64. Y. J. Liu, H. Fan and J. S. Yang,  “Analysis of the shear stress transferred from a partially electroded piezoelectric actuator to an elastic substrate,”  Smart Materials and Structures, 9, No. 4, 248-254 (2000).

  65. J. F. Luo, Y. J. Liu and E. J. Berger,  “Interfacial stress analysis for multi-coating systems using an advanced boundary element method,”  Computational Mechanics, 24, No. 6, 448-455 (2000).

  66. Y. J. Liu, N. Xu and J. F. Luo,  “Modeling of interphases in fiber-reinforced composites under transverse loading using the boundary element method,”  ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, 67, No. 1, 41-49, March (2000).

  67. Y. J. Liu and T. J. Rudolphi,  “New identities for fundamental solutions and their applications to non-singular boundary element formulations,”  Computational Mechanics, 24, No. 4, 286-292 (1999).

  68. S. H. Chen and Y. J. Liu, “A unified boundary element method for the analysis of sound and  shell-like structure interactions. I. Formulation and verification,”  The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 106, No. 3,  1247-1254, September (1999).

  69. Y. J. Liu and S. H. Chen, “A new form of the hypersingular boundary integral equation for 3-D acoustics and its implementation with C0 boundary elements,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 173, No. 3-4, 375-386 (1999) (Special issue:  Advances in Boundary Element Methods).

  70. J. F. Luo, Y. J. Liu and E. J. Berger,  “Analysis of two-dimensional thin structures (from micro- to nano-scales) using the boundary element method,”  Computational Mechanics, 22, No. 5, 404-412 (1998).

  71. Y. J. Liu, “Analysis of shell-like structures by the boundary element method based on 3-D elasticity: formulation and verification,” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 41, No. 3, 541-558, February (1998).

  72. Y. J. Liu and F. J. Rizzo, “Scattering of elastic waves from thin shapes in three dimensions using the composite boundary integral equation formulation,” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 102, No. 2, 926-932, August (1997).

  73. J. C. Chao, F. J. Rizzo, I. Elshafiey, Y. J. Liu, and et al., “General formulation for light scattering by a dielectric body near a perfectly conducting surface,” Journal of Optical Society of America A, 13, No. 2, 338-344 (1996).

  74. J. C. Chao, Y. J. Liu, F. J. Rizzo, and et al., “Regularized integral equations and curvilinear boundary elements for electromagnetic wave scattering in three dimensions,” IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagat, 43, 1416-1422 (1995).

  75. G. Krishnasamy, F. J. Rizzo, and Y. J. Liu, “Boundary integral equations for thin bodies,” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 37, 107-121 (1994).

  76. Y. J. Liu and F. J. Rizzo, “Hypersingular boundary integral equations for radiation and scattering of elastic waves in three dimensions,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 107, 131-144 (1993).

  77. Y. J. Liu and F. J. Rizzo, “A weakly-singular form of the hypersingular boundary integral equation applied to 3-D acoustic wave problems,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 96, 271-287 (1992).

  78. G. Krishnasamy, F. J. Rizzo, and Y. J. Liu, “Some advances in boundary integral methods for wave-scattering from cracks,” Acta Mechanica, [Suppl], 3, 55-65 (1992).

  79. Y. J. Liu and T. J. Rudolphi, “Some identities for fundamental solutions and their applications to weakly-singular boundary element formulations,” Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 8, 301-311 (1991).

  80. Y. J. Liu, “Elastic stability analysis of thin plate by the boundary element method — a new formulation,” Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 4, 160-164 (1987).

  81. T. Q. Ye and Y. J. Liu, “Finite deflection analysis of elastic plate by the boundary element method,” Applied Mathematical Modelling, 9, 183-188 (1985).