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Lecturer at Department of Materials Processing and Control Engineering


Main Building, Room 402

Available to act as adviser for international graduate student: No


Dr. Jian Yang is the Lecturer of the Department of Materials Processing Engineering at USTB. He holds the BE., the M.Ed. and the Ph.D. from Yanshan University. He is themember of the advanced materials welding and jointingresearch group at USTB.

Research Interests

1. The jointing of dissimilar materials.

2.  Molecular dynamics simulation by first-principles calculation.

Published Research (English Only)

[1]Jian Yang, Jihua Huang, Dongyu Fan, Shuhai Chen, Microstructure and wear properties of Fe-6wt.%Cr-0.55wt.%C-Xwt.%Nb laser cladding coating and the mechanism analysis. Materials & Design 2015, 88: 1031-1041.

[2]Jian Yang, Pengfei Zhang, Yefei Zhou, Xiaolei Xing, Xuejun Ren, Yulin Yang, Qiangxiang Yang, Mechanical properties of the hardfacing alloys with different La2O3additives and the mechanism analysis by first-principles calculations. Materials Science & Engineering A2014, 591: 82-89.

[3]Jian Yang,JianjunTian, FeifeiHao, Ting Dan, Xuejun Ren, Yulin Yang, Qiangxiang Yang,Microstructure and wear resistance of the hypereutectic Fe-Cr-Calloy hardfacing metals with different La2O3 additives. Applied Surface Science2014, 289: 437-444.

[4]Jian Yang, Pengfei Zhang, Yefei Zhou, Jing Guo, Xuejun Ren, Yulin Yang, Qiangxiang Yang,First-principles study on Ferrite/TiC heterogeneous nucleation interface. Journal of Alloys and Compounds2013, 556: 160-166.

[5]Jian Yang, Yulin Yang, Yefei Zhou, Xiaowen Qi, Xuejun Ren, Qiangxiang Yang, High-alloy martensite in the surfacing layer of hot-rolling supporting rollers duringthe tempering process. Surface & Coating Technology 2013, 219: 69-74.

[6]Jian Yang, Yulin Yang, Yefei Zhou, Xiaowen Qi, YuweiGao, Xuejun Ren, Qiangxiang Yang,Microstructure and Wear Properties of Fe-2wt-%Cr-Xwt-%W-0.67wt-%C Hardfacing Layer. Welding Journal 2013, 92: 225s-230s.