Sheng-Qi Yang mostly deals with Geotechnical engineering, Coalescence, Composite material, Ultimate tensile strength and Fissure. His Geotechnical engineering research incorporates themes from Brittleness, Compressive strength, Acoustic emission and Elastic modulus. His work deals with themes such as Cylinder stress and Ultimate failure, which intersect with Elastic modulus.
His work carried out in the field of Composite material brings together such families of science as Material failure theory and Geomechanics. As a member of one scientific family, Sheng-Qi Yang mostly works in the field of Ultimate tensile strength, focusing on Shear and, on occasion, Rock mechanics and Quartz. His research investigates the connection with Rock mass classification and areas like Triaxial compression which intersect with concerns in Friction angle, Hoek–Brown failure criterion and Cohesion.
Sheng-Qi Yang mainly investigates Composite material, Geotechnical engineering, Ultimate tensile strength, Shear and Coalescence. His work in Composite material covers topics such as Permeability which are related to areas like Thermal treatment. The Geotechnical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Brittleness and Stress.
His study focuses on the intersection of Ultimate tensile strength and fields such as Rock mechanics with connections in the field of Cylinder stress. In his research, Computer simulation and Stress field is intimately related to Discrete element method, which falls under the overarching field of Rock mass classification. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fracture mechanics and Friction angle.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Overburden pressure, Ultimate tensile strength, Shear and Acoustic emission. In the field of Composite material, his study on Elastic modulus, Stress and Cracking overlaps with subjects such as Coalescence. His Shear research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Discrete element method and Fissure.
His study explores the link between Fissure and topics such as Fracture mechanics that cross with problems in Failure mode and effects analysis. His research integrates issues of Amplitude, Geotechnical engineering and Failure mechanism in his study of Acoustic emission. Sheng-Qi Yang works on Geotechnical engineering which deals in particular with Triaxial compression.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Ultimate tensile strength, Acoustic emission, Shear and Cracking. The Compressive strength research Sheng-Qi Yang does as part of his general Composite material study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Coalescence and Particle flow, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Within one scientific family, Sheng-Qi Yang focuses on topics pertaining to Brine under Compressive strength, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Elastic modulus.
A majority of his Coalescence research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Fissure and Thermal shock. His Direct shear test study in the realm of Shear connects with subjects such as Numerical modeling. His Uniaxial compression research integrates issues from Fracture mechanics, Thermal conduction, Geotechnical engineering and Temperature cycling.
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Strength failure and crack coalescence behavior of brittle sandstone samples containing a single fissure under uniaxial compression
Sheng-Qi Yang;Hong-Wen Jing.
International Journal of Fracture (2011)
An experimental investigation on thermal damage and failure mechanical behavior of granite after exposure to different high temperature treatments
Sheng Qi Yang;P. G. Ranjith;P. G. Ranjith;Hong Wen Jing;Wen Ling Tian.
A case study on large deformation failure mechanism of deep soft rock roadway in Xin'An coal mine, China
Sheng-Qi Yang;Miao Chen;Hong-Wen Jing;Kun-Fu Chen.
Engineering Geology (2017)
Discrete element modeling on fracture coalescence behavior of red sandstone containing two unparallel fissures under uniaxial compression
Sheng-Qi Yang;Sheng-Qi Yang;Yan-Hua Huang;Hong-Wen Jing;Xiang-Ru Liu.
Engineering Geology (2014)
Experimental Investigation on the Strength, Deformability, Failure Behavior and Acoustic Emission Locations of Red Sandstone Under Triaxial Compression
Sheng-Qi Yang;Hong-Wen Jing;Shan-Yong Wang.
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (2012)
Experimental Investigation on Strength and Failure Behavior of Pre-cracked Marble Under Conventional Triaxial Compression
S.Q. Yang;S.Q. Yang;S.Q. Yang;Y.Z. Jiang;Y.Z. Jiang;W.Y. Xu;W.Y. Xu;X.Q. Chen;X.Q. Chen.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2008)
Crack coalescence behavior of brittle sandstone samples containing two coplanar fissures in the process of deformation failure
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2011)
Overall energy model for preferred growth of TiN films during filtered arc deposition
J P Zhao;X Wang;Z Y Chen;S Q Yang.
Journal of Physics D (1997)
An Experimental Study of the Fracture Coalescence Behaviour of Brittle Sandstone Specimens Containing Three Fissures
S. Q. Yang;D. S. Yang;H. W. Jing;Y. H. Li.
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (2012)
Experimental investigation on fracture coalescence behavior of red sandstone containing two unparallel fissures under uniaxial compression
Sheng-Qi Yang;Xiang-Ru Liu;Hong-Wen Jing.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2013)
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