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Wei Tan

  • PHD in Aerospace Engineering
  • University of Cambridge
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Research interests

carbon nanotubedamage mechanicscomposite material

About

Dr. Tan is currently a Research Associate at Cambridge Centre of Micromechanics. He is working on carbon nanotube-based sheet within research group in Advanced Nanotube Application and Manufacturing Initiative (ANAM). Dr. Tan graduated with a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the Queen's University Belfast in 2016, he developed a composite damage model for predicting damage behaviour of composite structures under impact or crush loading. Dr. Tan has published over 10 peer reviewed journal and conference papers in composite material area. He has authored one book chapter and one patent. He also gained a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering with a double major in Physics (Talented Student Program) from Central South University.

Co-authors (28)

  • Andres Nistal

Publications (5)

  • A multiscale methodology quantifying the sintering temperature-dependent mechanical properties of oxide matrix composites

    • Jiang R
    • Yang L
    • Liu H
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  • Predicting the Compression-After-Impact (CAI) strength of damage-tolerant hybrid unidirectional/woven carbon-fibre reinforced composite laminates

    • Liu H
    • Falzon B
    • Tan W
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  • The mechanical and electrical properties of direct-spun carbon nanotube mats

    • Stallard J
    • Tan W
    • Smail F
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  • The role of interfacial properties on the intralaminar and interlaminar damage behaviour of unidirectional composite laminates: Experimental characterization and multiscale modelling

    • Tan W
    • Naya F
    • Yang L
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  • Study on acceleration control algorithm of blood pump driven by large gap magnetic force

    • Tan J
    • Liu Y
    • Liu H
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Professional experience

University of Cambridge

Education

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Queen's University Belfast

October 2012 - February 2016(3 years)