His primary areas of investigation include Finite element method, Chloride, Composite material, Ionic bonding and Mechanics. Long-yuan Li combines subjects such as Porosity, Asymptotic expansion, Statics, Algorithm and Numerical analysis with his study of Finite element method. His Chloride research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cement paste, Corrosion and Thermodynamics.
The various areas that Long-yuan Li examines in his Ionic bonding study include Conservation of mass, Durability, Mineralogy and Diffusion. His research on Mechanics focuses in particular on Coefficient of restitution. His work on Longitudinal axis, Purlin and Buckling as part of general Structural engineering study is frequently linked to Moment distribution method, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Structural engineering, Composite material, Buckling, Finite element method and Mechanics. His Chloride research extends to Composite material, which is thematically connected. The Chloride study combines topics in areas such as Ionic bonding, Cement paste, Cement and Thermodynamics.
His Buckling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stiffness, Instability and Cold forming. His Finite element method research includes themes of Algorithm, Numerical analysis and Adaptive mesh refinement. His work on Coefficient of restitution as part of general Mechanics research is frequently linked to Oblique case, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Composite material, Fly ash, Compressive strength, Buckling and Geopolymer are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Composite material, such as Polymer composites, Microstructure and Carbon nanotube, overlaps with other areas such as Self sensing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Portland cement, Cementitious, Calcium and Sodium silicate in addition to Fly ash.
His study of Cold-formed steel is a part of Buckling. His research on Cold-formed steel is centered around Finite element method and Structural engineering. Long-yuan Li has included themes like Mechanics and Numerical analysis in his Deformation study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Fly ash, Composite material, Calcium, Chloride and Conservation of mass. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Compressive strength and Cementitious. His Ultimate tensile strength, Cement paste and Penetration study, which is part of a larger body of work in Composite material, is frequently linked to Transition zone and Industrial chemistry, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Chloride study combines topics in areas such as Thermal diffusivity, Thermodynamics and Representative elementary volume. His research integrates issues of Ionic bonding, Composite number and Aggregate in his study of Conservation of mass. In his research, Work, Durability and Numerical analysis is intimately related to Mortar, which falls under the overarching field of Aggregate.
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The Scaled Boundary Finite Element Method
JP Wolf;Long-Yuan Li.
Rebound behaviour of spheres for plastic impacts
Chuan-yu Wu;Long-yuan Li;Colin Thornton.
International Journal of Impact Engineering (2003)
Energy dissipation during normal impact of elastic and elastic-plastic spheres
Chuan Yu Wu;Long Yuan Li;Colin Thornton.
International Journal of Impact Engineering (2005)
Stress-strain constitutive equations of concrete material at elevated temperatures
Long-yuan Li;John Purkiss.
Fire Safety Journal (2005)
Ionic transport features in concrete composites containing various shaped aggregates: a numerical study
Qing-feng Liu;Gan-lin Feng;Jin Xia;Jian Yang;Jian Yang.
Composite Structures (2018)
The stability of bound chlorides in cement paste with sulfate attack
Jian Geng;Jian Geng;Dave Easterbrook;Long-yuan Li;Li-wei Mo.
Cement and Concrete Research (2015)
Shear performance of reinforced concrete beams with corroded stirrups in chloride environment
Jin Xia;Wei-liang Jin;Long-yuan Li.
Corrosion Science (2011)
A theoretical model for the contact of elastoplastic bodies
LY Li;CY Wu;C Thornton.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science (2001)
FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF COUPLED HEAT AND MOISTURE TRANSFER IN CONCRETE SUBJECTED TO FIRE
R. T. Tenchev;L. Y. Li;J. A. Purkiss.
Numerical Heat Transfer Part A-applications (2001)
Finite element modelling of chloride removal from concrete by an electrochemical method
L.Y. Li;C.L. Page.
Corrosion Science (2000)
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