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Wen L.

Prof. Wen L. Li

Advanced Engineering and Technologies, Canton, Michigan, USA


Email: wli@wayne.edu


Qualifications

Ph.D., University of Kentucky, USA
M.Sc., Beijing Institute of Technology, China
B.Sc., Liaoning Teachers University, China


Publications (selected)

  1. H. Shi, T.J. Yang, S.L. Jiang, W. L. Li, Z.G. Liu, “Curvature effects on the vibration characteristics of doubly curved shallow shells with general elastic edge restraints,” Shock and Vibration, 1-14, 2015.
  2. S.L. Jiang, W.L. Li, T.J. Yang, and J.T. Du, “Free vibration analysis of doubly curved shallow shells reinforced by any number of beams with arbitrary lengths,” Journal of Vibration and Control, first published on May 19, 2014.
  3. X.J. Shi, D.Y. Shi, W.L. Li, and Q.S. Wang, “A unified method for free vibration analysis of circular, annular and sector plates with arbitrary boundary conditions,” Journal of Vibration and Control, first published on May 14, 2014.
  4. D.Y. Shi, X.J. Shi, W.L. Li, Q.S. Wang, and J.S. Han “ Vibration analysis of annular sector plates under different boundary conditions,” Shock and Vibration, Article ID 517946, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/517946 , 2014.
  5. D. Shi, Q. Wang, X Shi, W.L. Li, and J. Gu, “Vibration analysis of T coupling plate structure,” Journal of Vibration and Shock33, 185-189, 2014.
  6. D. Shi, X Shi, W.L. Li, and Q. Wang, “Free transverse vibrations of orthotropic thin rectangular plates with arbitrary elastic edge supports,” Journal of Vibroengineering 16 (1), 2014.
  7. H.A. Xu, W.L. Li, and J.T. Du, “Modal analysis of general plate structures,” Journal of Vibration and Acoustics 136, 021002-1, 2014.
  8. X.J. Shi, D.Y. Shi, and W.L. Li, “ In-plane vibration analysis of annular sector plates with arbitrary boundary supports,” Journal of Vibration Engineering,27, 1-8,2014.
  9. D.Y. Shi, X.J. Shi, W.L. Li, and Z.R. Qin, “Free in-plane vibration analysis of annular plates with general boundary conditions,” Key Engineering Materials, 572, 189-192, 2013.
  10. L. Dai, T.J. Yang, J.T. Du, W.L. Li, and M.J. Brennan, “An exact series solution for the vibration of circular cylindrical shells with elastically restrained edges,” Applied Acoustics, 74, 440-449, 2013.
  11. Z. Ismail, H. Khov, and W.L. Li, “Determination of material properties of orthotropic plates with general boundary conditions using Inverse method and Fourier series,” Measurement, 46, 1169-1177, 2013.
  12. S.L. Jiang, T.J. Yang, W.L. Li, and J.T. Du, “Vibration analysis of doubly curved shallow shells with elastic edge restraints,” Journal of Vibration and Acoustics 135, 034502, 2013.
  13. W.L. Li, “Vibrations of circular cylindrical shells with general elastic boundary restraints,” Journal of Vibration and Acoustics 135, 024501, 2013.
  14. J.T. Du, W.L. Li, H.A. Xu and Z.G. Liu, “Vibro-acoustic analysis of a three-dimensional rectangular cavity bounded by a flexible panel with elastically restrained edges,” J. Acoust Soc. Am. 131, 2799-2810, 2012
  15. H.J. Zhou, W.Y. Li, B.L. Lv, and W.L. Li, “Free vibrations of cylindrical shells with elastic-support boundary conditions,” Applied Acoustics. 73, 751-756, 2012.
  16. H.J. Zhou, W.Y. Li, B.L. Lv, and W.L. Li, “Improved Fourier series method for the free vibration analysis of curved beams with elastic boundary supports, Journal of Harbin Engineering University, 33, 696-701, 2012
  17. W.L. Li, M. W. Bonilha and J. Xiao, “Vibrations and power flow in a coupled beam system,” Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica, 25, 61-72, 2012.
  18. L. Dai, T.J. Yang, W.L. Li, J.T. Du, and G.Y. Jin, “Dynamic analysis of circular cylindrical shells with general boundary condition,” Journal of Vibration and Acoustics 134, 041004-041015, 2012.
  19. S.L. Jiang, T.J. Yang, W.L. Li, Y. Sun, D. Guo, and Y.Y. Hu, “Analysis on vibration isolation performance of isolation mass with rectangular cross-section,” Journal of Vibration and Shock 31, 6, 2012 (in Chinese).
  20. Y. Chen, G. Jin, M. Zhu, Z. Liu, J. Du, and W.L. Li, “Vibration behaviors of a box-type structure built up by plates and energy transmission through the structure,” J. Sound & Vib. 331, 849-867, 2012.