Li Longbiao

Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Li Longbiao is a lecturer in Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He graduated from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics and got the PhD degree in 2011. His research area is the fatigue, damage and fracture in high-temperature ceramic-matrix composites. In this research area, he published 103 first authored SCI papers in the past five years, including in the journals of Ceramics International, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, Composites Part B, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, International Journal of Fatigue, Materials Science and Engineering A, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, and International Journal of Fracture. He was involved in different projects related with the structural damage, reliability and airworthiness design for aircraft and aero engine, supported by the Natural Science Foundation of China, COMAC Company and AECC Commercial Aircraft Engine Company.

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This book introduces the hysteresis and damping of, and damage to, composites. It analyzes the following areas: damage mechanisms affecting the hysteresis of composites, mechanical hysteresis of ceramic-matrix composites, hysteresis behavior of fiber-reinforced ceramic-matrix composites (CMCs), relationship between the internal damage and hysteresis loops of CMCs, and mechanical hysteresis loops and the fiber/matrix interface frictional coefficient of SiC/CAS and C/SiC composites. A damping study on aluminum-multiwalled carbon nanotube-based nanocomposite materials is discussed to increase the damping property for applications like engine heads, pistons, cylinder blocks, and other aerospace components. The effect of ceramic/graphite addition to the dry sliding wear behavior of copper-based hybrid composites has been assessed at three different normal loads of 9.81, 19.62, and 29.34 N. The authors hope this book will help material scientists and engineering designers to understand and master the hysteresis of composites.

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