Professor

Affiliations

School of Materials Science and Engineering
Harbin Institute of Technology
Harbin China 150001
phone: +86-451-8641 ext. 5506
fax:+86-451-8641 ext.5374

Contact Information

Phone: (519)-888-4567, ext. 37142
Office: E3-3134A
Email: liliqun@hit.edu.cn

Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
University of Waterloo
200 Universty Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1
Canada

Research Projects

Laser brazing magnesium to dissimilar materials

Project supervisor(s)

  • Professor Y Norman Zhou

Research Interests

  • Laser welding advanced materials: aluminum, titanium, magnesium and MMC and so on
  • Laser surface treatment
  • Laser forming
  • FEM simulation of laser welding and forming process
  • Process monitor and control of laser welding

Selected Publications

  • Li Liqun, Chen Yanbin, Zhang Chunli, Lei Zhenglong, Xu Guangyin, “Crystallization behaviours of Ti3Al-Nb alloy laser beam welding joints”, Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China, 2005, Vol.15, Special.2:16~20
  • Liqun Li, Dejian Liu , Yanbin Chen, Chunming Wang, Fuquan Li, “Electron microscopy study of reaction layers between single-crystal WC particle and Ti–6Al–4V after laser melt injection”, Acta Materialia,2009, No.57: 3606~3614
  • Dejian Liu, Yanbin Chen, Liqun Li, Fuquan Li, “In situ investigation of fracture behavior in monocrystalline WCp reinforced Ti-6Al-4V metal matrix composites produced by laser melt injection”, Scripta Materialia. 2008, 59:91-94
  • Li Li-qun, Feng Xiao-song, Chen Yan-bin, “Influence of laser energy input mode on joint interface characteristics in laser brazing with Cu-base filler metal”, Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China,2008, Vol.18: 1065-1070
  • W.Tao, L.Q.Li, Y.B.Chen, L.Wu, “Joint strength and failure mechanism of laser spot weld of mild steel sheets under lap shear loading”, Science and Technology of Welding and Joining. 2008, Vol.13, No.8:754-759
  • Dejian Liu, Liqun Li, Fuquan Li, Yanbin Chen, “WCp/Fe metal matrix composites produced by laser melt injection”, Surface & Coating Technology. 2008, 202:1771-1778
Affiliation: 
University of Waterloo