2020 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary areas of study are Classical mechanics, Composite material, Surface, Simple and Stress concentration. His research integrates issues of Nano- and Elastic modulus in his study of Classical mechanics. His Stiffness study in the realm of Composite material interacts with subjects such as Interface.
The Surface study combines topics in areas such as Modulus and Nanotechnology. In his research, Surface modification is intimately related to Quantum mechanics, which falls under the overarching field of Stress concentration. The various areas that Huiling Duan examines in his Surface modification study include Elasticity, Coating and Thermal expansion.
Huiling Duan mainly focuses on Composite material, Nanotechnology, Mechanics, Graphene and Irradiation. In his work, Optics is strongly intertwined with Surface, which is a subfield of Composite material. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wetting and Chemical physics.
His work in Mechanics addresses subjects such as Boundary value problem, which are connected to disciplines such as Classical mechanics. His study explores the link between Graphene and topics such as Nanoscopic scale that cross with problems in Characterization. His Irradiation study also includes
Composite material, Mechanics, Morphing, Microstructure and Surface are his primary areas of study. Huiling Duan combines subjects such as Self-healing hydrogels and Liquid vapor with his study of Composite material. Huiling Duan has included themes like Plane stress, Porous medium and Void in his Mechanics study.
His Morphing research includes elements of Rheology, Kinetics, Asymmetry and Surface coating. The concepts of his Microstructure study are interwoven with issues in Deuterium, Motion, Hydrogen and Microsphere. His Surface research incorporates elements of Nanofiber, Quadrilateral, Solar sail and Surface tension.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Folding, Computational biology, Encoding and Liquid vapor. His research in Composite material is mostly focused on Rheology. His studies in Folding integrate themes in fields like Microprinting, Nanotechnology and Laser, Femtosecond.
Liquid vapor connects with themes related to Actuator in his study.
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Size-dependent effective elastic constants of solids containing nano-inhomogeneities with interface stress
H. L. Duan;J. Wang;Z. P. Huang;Bhushan Lal Karihaloo.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2005)
Surface effects on elastic properties of silver nanowires: Contact atomic-force microscopy
G. Y. Jing;H. L. Duan;X. M. Sun;Z. S. Zhang.
Physical Review B (2006)
Theory of Elasticity at the Nanoscale
H. L. Duan;H. L. Duan;Jianxiang Wang;Bhushan Lal Karihaloo.
Advances in Applied Mechanics (2009)
Surface stress effect in mechanics of nanostructured materials
Jianxiang Wang;Zhuping Huang;Huiling Duan;Shouwen Yu.
Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica (2011)
Eshelby formalism for nano-inhomogeneities
Huiling Duan;J. Wang;Z. P. Huang;Bhushan Lal Karihaloo.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (2005)
A unified scheme for prediction of effective moduli of multiphase composites with interface effects. Part I: Theoretical framework
H.L. Duan;X. Yi;Z.P. Huang;J. Wang.
Mechanics of Materials (2007)
Nanoporous materials can be made stiffer than non-porous counterparts by surface modification
H. L. Duan;H. L. Duan;J. Wang;Bhushan Lal Karihaloo;Z. P. Huang.
Acta Materialia (2006)
Metastable states and wetting transition of submerged superhydrophobic structures.
Pengyu Lv;Yahui Xue;Yipeng Shi;Hao Lin.
Physical Review Letters (2014)
Stress concentration tensors of inhomogeneities with interface effects
H.L. Duan;J. Wang;Z.P. Huang;Z.Y. Luo.
Mechanics of Materials (2005)
A scaling law for properties of nano-structured materials
J. Wang;H .L. Duan;Z .P. Huang;Bhushan Lal Karihaloo.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (2006)
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