李立

姓名:李立

电话:027-87543972

职称:讲师

邮箱:lili_em@126.com

个人基本情况

    李立(Li Li,Lecturer),1987年生,2010年6月毕业于湖南大学机械科学与运载学院,获学士学位。2010年09月,免试进入华中科技大学机械科学与工程学院机械设计及理论专业攻读研究生,2015年3月获博士学位。 

    主要从事有限元分析与设计、阻尼结构动力学和复合材料微观力学方向的研究。博士论文获得华中科技大学博士学位论文创新基金资助项目,参与国家973计划项目和国家自然科学基金等项目。在AIAA J,MSSP,JSV,Comput & Struct等国际期刊和会议上发表论文20余篇,并应邀担任AIAA J,MSSP等国际期刊审稿人。取得计算机软件著作权1项。

主要研究方向

有限元分析与设计、阻尼结构动力学和复合材料微观力学

开设课程

《有限元分析及应用》

近年的科研项目、专著与论文、专利、获奖

代表性著作:

[1] Li Li, Hu Yujin, Generalized mode acceleration and modal truncation augmentation methods for the harmonic response analysis of nonviscously damped systems. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 52-53(2015) 46-59. 

[2] Li Li, Hu Yujin, Wang Xuelin, Efficient and accurate calculation of sensitivity of damped eigensystems. Computers & Structures,146 (2015) 163-175. 

[3] Li Li, Hu Yujin, Wang Xuelin, Lü Lei, A hybrid expansion method for frequency response functions of non-proportionally damped systems, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 42(2014) 31-41. 

[4] Li Li, Hu Yujin, Wang Xuelin, Design sensitivity and Hessian matrix of generalized eigenproblems, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 43(2014) 272-294. 

[5] Li Li, Hu Yujin, Wang Xuelin, Inclusion of higher modes in the eigensensitivity of nonviscously damped systems, AIAA Journal, 52(2014) 1316-1322. 

[6] Li Li, Hu Yujin, Wang Xuelin, Improved approximate methods for calculating frequency response function matrix and response of MDOF systems with viscoelastic hereditary terms. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 15(2013) 3945-3956. 

[7]Li Li, Hu Yujin, Wang Xuelin, Design sensitivity analysis of dynamic response of nonviscously damped systems, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 41(2013) 613-638. 

[8]Li Li, Hu Yujin, Wang Xuelin, Numerical methods for evaluating the sensitivity of element modal strain energy. Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, 64(2013) 13-23. 

[9]Li Li, Hu Yujin, Wang Xuelin, A parallel way for computing eigenvector sensitivity of asymmetric damped systems with distinct and repeated eigenvalues. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 30 (2012) 61-77.