Dr Fei Yang
Qualifications: BEng IMUST, MEng, PhD HIT
Dr. Fei Yang received his PhD degree in materials processing engineering from the Harbin Institute of Technology, PR China, in 2010, working on hot processing of hard-deformed materials (e.g. titanium alloy and titanium aluminide intermetallics) and determining the hot deformation behaviour and mechanisms of the hard-deformed materials. Prior to joining the University of Waikato in 2011, Fei worked in the Guangzhou Research Institute of Non-ferrous Metals as a materials scientist from 2010 to 2011, where he worked on developing powder metallurgy processes and products. Currently, Fei is a key researcher and member of the Science Leadership Team of the TiTeNZ project, working with other research and industry partners on the commercialisation of powder titanium products in New Zealand. As a co-leader of the titanium research group at the University of Waikato, Fei is seeking to develop new materials and cost-effective processing routes for use in New Zealand manufacturing industry, and he has successfully initiated a new research area ─ cost-effective synthesis of advanced heat sink materials (e.g. copper/diamond composites) ─ in New Zealand, securing a prestigious grant from the US Air Force. Fei received the University of Waikato Early Career Research Excellence Award in 2017, and has been nominated for several other awards. Fei is currently supervising six PhD students at the University of Waikato and is also an appointed external PhD supervisor of the Harbin Institute of Technology; a committee member of the Society of Materials New Zealand Inc; and a member of TMS (the Minerals, Materials and Metals Society, US).
Shanquan Jia (In Progress). Cost-effictively synthesising high-quality copper/diamond composite and understanding the affecting factors.
Ashok Kumar (In Progress) Fabrication, microstructrue and properties of high entropy alloy by powder metallurgy
Ben Jackson (In Progress). Direct metal fabrication of titanium composites and alloys by direct selective laser melting
Nandakumar Ranganathan (In Progress). Friction welding of tube to tube plate using an external tool
Wei Sun (In Progress, enrolled in HIT, PR China). Microstructure and properties of hot-pack rolling TiAl/Ti laminated composites
Yu Su (In Progress, enrolled in HIT, PR China). Investigation on hot-rolling deformatinon and microstructure and mechanical properties of high-temperature titanium alloy used for short-term service at 650-700℃
Yousef N J Alshammari (In Progress).
Dr Qinyang Zhao (April 2020). Hot deformation behaviour and processing of a powder metallurgy high-strength titanium alloy
Dr Carlos Romero Villarreal (April 2020). Effect of thermomechanical processing on mechanical properties of cost-effective powder metallurgy titanium-based materials
Dr Stiliana Raynova (March 2017) Study on low-cost alternatives for synthesising powder metallurgy titanium and titanium alloys
Yutao Zhai (In Progress). Turning waste to useful: fabrication of titanium alloy matrix composite from the swarf
Jingnan Ma (In Progress). Interface manipulation of copper/diamond composites
Powder Metallurgy, Structure and Property Relationships in Materials, Thermomechanical Processing of Titanium Alloys, Functionally Graded Materials, Mn+1AXn Materials, Advanced Heat Sink Materials.
Alshammari, Y., Manogar, B., Raynova, S., Yang, F., & Bolzoni, L. (2020). Behaviour of novel low-cost blended elemental Ti–5Fe-xAl alloys fabricated via powder metallurgy. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 110. doi:10.1016/j.jmbbm.2020.103865
Bolzoni, L., Raynova, S., & Yang, F. (2020). Work hardening of microwave sintered blended elemental Ti alloys. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 155559. doi:10.1016/j.jallcom.2020.155559
Bolzoni, L., Raynova, S., & Yang, F. (2020). Strengthening mechanisms of Ti via Al addition. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 820. doi:10.1016/j.jallcom.2019.153447
Alshammari, Y., Jia, M., Yang, F., & Bolzoni, L. (2020). The effect of α+ β forging on the mechanical properties and microstructure of binary titanium alloys produced via a cost-effective powder metallurgy route. Materials Science and Engineering A, 769. doi:10.1016/j.msea.2019.138496
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Engineering; Materials and Processing
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