Faculty and Staff
|Title:||Professor, Mechanical Engineering
|College of Engineering and Computing|
Dr. Deng's research and interests include nanomechanics/atomistic simulation, fracture mechanics/crack-growth simulation, manufacturing process modeling/simulation (friction stir welding, metal cutting, GMA welding).
- Ph.D., Applied Mechanics / Materials Science, California Institute of Technology, 1990.
- M.S., Applied Mechanics, California Institute of Technology, 1985.
- B.S., Mathematics and Mechanics, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1982.
- J. Zuo, X. Deng, M.A. Sutton, and C-S Cheng, "Three-dimensional crack growth in ductile materials: Effect of stress constraint on crack tunneling", ASME Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology 130, 031401 (8 pp), 2008.
- S. Xu and X. Deng, "Nanoscale void nucleation and growth and crack tip stress evolution ahead of a growing crack in a single crystal", Nanotechnology 19, 115705 (15 pp), 2008.
- S. Xu and X. Deng, "A study of texture patterns in friction stir welds", Acta Materialia 56, 1326-1341, 2008.
- W. Lan, X. Deng, M.A. Sutton, and C-S Cheng, "Study of slant fracture in ductile materials", International Journal of Fracture 141, 469-496, 2006.
- X. Deng, F. Ma, and M. A. Sutton, "A damage mechanics model for creep and oxygen embrittlment in metals", International Journal of Damage Mechanics 14, 101-126, 2005.