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. A Computational Study on the Influence of Surface Roughness Lay Directionality on Micropitting of Lubricated Point Contacts. ASME Journal of Tribology 2015; 137(2): 021401 (10 pages).

         Li S. A Boundary Element Model for Near Surface Contact Stresses of Rough Surfaces. Computational Mechanics 2014; 54(3): 833-846.

         Janakiraman V, Li S, Kahraman A. An Investigation of the Impacts of Contact Parameters on Wear Coefficient. ASME Journal of Tribology 2014; 136: 031602 (7 pages).

         Li S, Kahraman A. A Micro-pitting Model for Spur Gear Contacts. International Journal of Fatigue 2014; 59: 224-233.

         Li S. Influence of Surface Roughness Lay Directionality on Scuffing Failure of Lubricated Point Contacts. ASME Journal of Tribology 2013; 135(4): 041502 (10 pages).

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

         Li S, Kahraman A. A Tribo-dynamic Model of a Spur Gear Pair. Journal of Sound and Vibration 2013; 332(20): 4963-4978.

         Li S, Kahraman A. Micro-pitting Fatigue Lives of Lubricated Contacts: Experiments and Model Validation. International Journal of Fatigue 2013; 48: 9-18.

         Li S, Kahraman A. A Physics-based Model to Predict Micro-pitting Lives of Lubricated Point Contacts. International Journal of Fatigue 2013; 47: 205-215.

         Li S, Kahraman A, Anderson N, Wedeven LD. A Model to Predict Scuffing Failures of a Ball-on-disk Contact. Tribology International 2013: 60: 233-245.

         Li S, Kahraman A, Klein M. A Fatigue Model for Spur Gear Contacts Operating under Mixed Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Conditions. ASME Journal of Mechanical Design 2012; 134: 041007 (11 pages).

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

         Li S, Kahraman A. Influence of Dynamic Behavior on Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication of Spur Gears. Journal of Engineering Tribology 2011; 225: 740-753.

         Li S, Kahraman A. A Spur Gear Mesh Interface Damping Model Based on Elastohydrodynamic Contact Behavior. International Journal of Powertrains 2011; 1(1): 4-21.

         Li S, Kahraman A. A Fatigue Model for Contacts under Mixed Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Condition. International Journal of Fatigue 2011; 33(3): 427-436.

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

         Li S, Kahraman A. Prediction of Spur Gear Mechanical Power Losses Using a Transient Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Model. Tribology Transaction 2010; 53(4), 554-563.

         Li S, Kahraman A. A Transient Mixed Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Model for Spur Gear Pairs. ASME Journal of Tribology 2010; 132(1): 011501 (9 pages).

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

         Li S, Kahraman A. A Mixed EHL Model with Asymmetric Integrated Control Volume Discretization. Tribology International 2009; 42(8): 1163-1172.