Xiaoling Liu obtained her BSc at Harbin Institute of Technology in 2015. After her graduation, she directly started working on her PhD project on Longitudinally Profiled Steel Plates in the Department of Civil Engineering of Tsinghua University. Besides her doctoral studies, she is a major contributor to a project related to the design of a bolted connection of a main plate girder of boiler power station.
The main focus of Liu's research is on the material properties of longitudinally profiled steel plates, as well as mechanical mechanisms of such members. Theoretical solutions, tests and parameter analysis are part of the work undertaken, with the ultimate goal of proposing design methods for longitudinally profiled steel plates.
Y.Q. Wang, X.L. Liu, H.Y. Ban, et al. (2018). Deformation behavior at SLS of welded I-section steel beams with longitudinally profiled flanges. Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 2018, 146: 122-134.
Y.Q. Wang, X.L. Liu, M. Liu, et al. (2018) Rolling technology of longitudinally profiled steel plate (LP steel plate) and bearing capacity of LP flexural members. Engineering Mechanics, 2018, 146: 122-134. (in Chinese)
Y.Q. Wang, X.L. Liu, M. Liu, et al. (2017). Experimental study on deformation performance of I-section beam with longitudinal variable thickness flanges. Journal of Harbin Institute of Technology, 2017, 49(12): 24-31. (in Chinese,
Y.Q. Wang, X.L. Liu, Y.Y. Wang, et al. (2016). Theoretical deformation solution of I-section beam with longitudinally variable thickness flanges under single point loading. 14th International Symposium on Structural Engineering (ISSE - 14). Beijing, 2016: 522-527.
X. (Xiaoling) Liu
PhD Candidate (Guest)
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (Building 23)
2628 CN Delft
Room S2 2.53
Steel and Composite Structures
Mon - Fri
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