Dr. Sheng Li

Assistant Professor, Mechanical and Materials Engineering

 

428 Russ Engineering Center

3640 Colonel Glenn Highway

Dayton, OH 45435

Email: sheng.li@wright.edu

Office: 937-775-3211

Fax: 937-775-5082

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

 

Research Interests:

·         Multi-scale computational mechanics

·         Tribology and surface engineering

·         Power loss and efficiency, renewable energy

·         Contact fatigue and thermal failure

·         Tribo-dynamics

 

Selected Publications:

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A. “A Micro-pitting Model for Spur Gear ContactsInternational Journal of Fatigue, 59, 224-233, 2014.

·         Li, S. “Influence of Surface Roughness Lay Directionality on Scuffing Failure of Lubricated Point ContactsASME Journal of Tribology, 135(4), 041502 (10 pages), 2013.

·         Talbot, D., Li, S. and Kahraman, A. “Prediction of Mechanical Power Loss of Planet Gear Roller Bearings under Combined Radial and Moment Loading,” ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, 135(12), 121007 (11 pages), 2013.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A. “A Tribo-dynamic Model of a Spur Gear PairJournal of Sound and Vibration, 332(20), 4963-4978, 2013.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A., “Micro-pitting Fatigue Lives of Lubricated Contacts: Experiments and Model ValidationInternational Journal of Fatigue, 48, 9-18, 2013.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A., “A Physics-based Model to Predict Micro-pitting Lives of Lubricated Point ContactsInternational Journal of Fatigue, 47, 205-215, 2013.

·         Li, S., Kahraman, A., Anderson, N. and Wedeven, L.D., “A Model to Predict Scuffing Failures of a Ball-on-disk Contact Tribology International, 60, 233-245, 2013.

·         Li, S., Kahraman, A. and Klein, M., “A Fatigue Model for Spur Gear Contacts Operating under Mixed Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication ConditionsASME Journal of Mechanical Design, 134, 041007 (11 pages), 2012.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A., “A Method to Derive Friction and Rolling Power Loss Formulae for Mixed Elastohydrodynamic LubricationJSME Journals, Journal of Advanced Mechanical Design, Systems, and Manufacturing, 5(4), 252-263, 2011.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A., “Influence of Dynamic Behavior on Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication of Spur GearsJournal of Engineering Tribology, 225, 740-753, 2011.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A., “A Spur Gear Mesh Interface Damping Model Based on Elastohydrodynamic Contact BehaviorInternational Journal of Powertrains, 1 (1), 4-21, 2011.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A., “A Fatigue Model for Contacts under Mixed Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication ConditionInternational Journal of Fatigue, 33 (3), 427-436, 2011.

·         Kolivand, M., Li, S. and Kahraman, A., “Prediction of Mechanical Gear Mesh Efficiency of Hypoid Gear Pairs,” Mechanisms and Machine Theory, 45 (11), 1555-1567, 2010. 

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A., “Prediction of Spur Gear Mechanical Power Losses Using a Transient Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication ModelTribology Transaction, 53 (4), 554-563, 2010.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A. “A Transient Mixed Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Model for Spur Gear PairsASME Journal of Tribology, 132 (1), 011501 (9 pages), 2010.

·         Li, S., Vaidyanathan, A., Harianto, J., and Kahraman, A., “Influence of Design Parameters on Mechanical Power Losses of Helical Gear PairsJSME Journals, Journal of Advanced Mechanical Design, Systems, and Manufacturing, 3 (2), 146-158, 2009.

·         Li, S. and Kahraman, A. “A Mixed EHL Model with Asymmetric Integrated Control Volume DiscretizationTribology International, 42 (8), 1163-1172, 2009.