Associate Professor+

Wei Shi

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Room 305B, Welding Building, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

Tel.: +86-10-62797007

Fax: +86-10-62770190


Education background

Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, 1997.5

M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University, 1991.1

B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University,1988.7


Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Lecturer and Associate professor, 1997.8-Present, full time

Teaching work

Course of “Finite element analysis” for undergraduate students,

Course of “Computer simulation of mechanical systems” for undergraduate students

Course of “Management information system in material processing enterprises” for undergraduate students

Course of “Numerical simulation of mechanical systems” for graduate students

Course of “Manufacturing technology II” for oversea graduate students

Course of “Information system in for manufacturing enterprise” for graduate students

Areas of Research Interests/ Research Projects

Microstructures and stresses control and modeling in metallic material processing

Numerical simulation of heat treatment for metal components

System simulation and analysis of automatic industrial material handling systems

Honors And Awards

First class teaching award of Tsinghua university, 2000

Second class teaching award of higher education of Beijing city government, 2001

Second class award of Science and Technology of Ministry of Education of China, 2013

Academic Achievement

[1] Li Wang, Wei Shi. Numerical simulation of macrosegregation during steel ingot solidification using continuum model. Journal of Shanghai JiaotongUniversity(Science),2011, 16(2): 145-148.

[2] Shi Wei, Wang Da-peng, Fan Hong-tao, Yao Ke-fu. Research on modeling of transformation plasticity via dilatometric tests. Int. J. Microstructure and Materials Properties, 2010, 5(4/5): 365-374.

[3] Shi Wei, Fan Hong-tao, Liu Zhuang. Experimental study of transformation plasticity during martensitic transformation in 5% Cr steel for backup roller. CailiaoRechuliXuebao/Transactions of Materials and Heat Treatment, 2006, 27(5): 122-125. (in Chinese)

[4] Shi Wei, Liu Zhuang, Yao Kefu. Prediction of internal stresses in large-size work pieces during intensive quenching based on temperature - Microstructure - Stress coupled model. International Journal of Materials and Product Technology, 2005, 24(1-4): 385-396.

[5] Shi, Wei; Yao, Ke-Fu; Chen, Nan; Wang, Hong-Peng. Experimental study of microstructure evolution during tempering of quenched steel and its application. Transactions of Materials and Heat Treatment, 2004, 25(5): 736-739.

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