WU Shengzhi

Name:WU Shengzhi
Date of Birth:June 26, 1964
Institution:College of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Lanzhou University
Address:222 South Tianshui Road, Lanzhou 730000, China
2000.05—2003.05 Ph. D. in Civil Engineering, Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China
1986.08—1989.06 M. S. in Continuum Mechanics, Department of Mechanics, Lanzhou University, China
1982.08—1986.07 B. E. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Department of Mathematics and Mechanics, Lanzhou University, China
2007.04—Present Professor, College of Civil Engineering and Mechanics, Lanzhou University.
1999.04—2007.03 Associate Professor, Department of Mechanics, Lanzhou University.
1991.12—1999.03 Lecturer, Department of Mechanics, Lanzhou University.
1989.06—1991.11 Teaching Assistant, Department of Mechanics, Lanzhou University.
Research Areas
Environmental Fluid Mechanics, Physics of Wind-blown Sand Movement
Visiting Positions
2000.05—2003.05 Research Assistant, Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
2008.03—2008.09 Visiting Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Soonchunhyang University, Korea.
2011.11—2011.12 Visiting Scholar, Institute of Geo-technique, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany.
Members and Activities
1990, Excellent Teaching Award, Lanzhou University, China.
2004, Departmental Award for Outstanding Performance in Teaching, Department of Mechanics, Lanzhou University, China
2009, XU Zhi-lun Excellence Award for Mechanics Teachers, The Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
2009, Long-Ji Education and Teaching Award for Young Leading Teacher, Lanzhou University, China
2013, Subject Leader of Top-Quality Course of Fluid Mechanics in Gansu Province, China
2015, Model Teacher of morality, Lanzhou University, China
Main Courses
1. Fluid Mechanics (Full-time Year 3 BEng in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics)
2. Soil Mechanics (Full-time Year 3 BEng in Civil Engineering)
3. Engineering Fluid Mechanics (Full-time Year 2 BEng in Civil Engineering)
4. Mechanics of Continuum (MSc in Mechanics)
5. English in Mechanics (MSc in Mechanics)
6. Computational Fluid Dynamics (MSc in Engineering Mechanics)
Research Grants
  1. Numerical simulation and experimental study on the wind-blown sand Supported by the Young Scientists Fund of Gansu Province (YS991-A25-003), 1999.7-2001.12, Principal Investigator.
  2. Modelling and simulation of wind-blown sand in an atmospheric turbulent boundary layer Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (10672071), 2007.1-2009.12, Principal Investigator.
  3. Key physical process and numerical simulation on the changes between desert and oasis, Major State Development Program for Basic Research of China (2009CB421304)), Ministry of Science and Technology, 2009.6-2014.6, Co-investigator.
  4. Study on the formation and its prediction of sand disaster for highways Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (11072098), 2011.1-2013.12, Principal investigator
  5. Numerical modeling and date assimilation of wind-blown sand movement Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (11472121), 2015.1-2018.12, Principal investigator.
Refereed Publications
  1. Shengzhi Wu, Bo Yang, Ming Lei. Numerical modeling of sand transport in a turbulent boundary layer. Proceedings of EMI (ASCE) 2015 International Conference. By K T Chau and A Leung (CD version). Hong Kong January 7-9, 2015, China.
  2. Jingshu Zhang, Yanzhong Wang, Yuan Yao, Shengzhi Wu, Fangmeng Zheng, Yongsong Ni. Influence of reinforcement on in-plane mechanical behaviors of CSPRP under cyclic reversed load. Materials and Structures, 2016, 49:101–116.
  3. Wu Shengzhi, Guo Weijin. Numerical simulation of saltation on the windward side of sand dunes. Journal of Desert Research, 2014, 34(2):307-311.
  4. Cui Jun-qiang, Wu Sheng-zhi. Effect of wind velocity fluctuation on sand transport. Journal of Lanzhou University (Natural Sciences), 2013, 49(5):611-615.
  5. Wu Shengzhi, Wang Peng. Numerical modeling and stability analysis of Aeolian sand ripples Journal of Desert Research, 2013, 33(4):965-972.
  6. Wu Sheng-zhi, Ren Chun-yong. Numerical simulation of wind-blown sand based on the Eulerian model. Journal of Lanzhou University (Natural Sciences), 2012, 48(1):104-107.
  7. Fan Li, Wu Sheng-zhi. Numerical computation of non-uniform grains saltation. Journal of Desert Research, 2011, 31(3):583-587.
  8. Ren Chun-yong Wu Sheng-zhi. Effects of sediment supply on aeolian saltation transport. Journal of Desert Research, 2011, 31(3):597-601.
  9. Wu Shengzhi, Zhao Yujun, Liu Xiaojun. Large-eddy simulation of two dimensional backward-facing step gas-particle flows. Journal of Desert Research, 2011, 31(5):1093-1097.
  10. Jingshu Zhang, Haicui Wang, Shengzhi Wu, Yong Mo, Hong Huo, and Dajun Wang. The applicable span-height ratio of steel reinforced concrete cross beam based on deflection control. Advanced Materials Research. 2012, Vols. 368-373: 265-271.
  11. Wu Shengzhi, Zhao Yujun. Large eddy simulation of sand movement over surface of sand ripples. Journal of Gansu Sciences, 2010, 22(3):1-6.
  12. Wu Shengzhi, Fan Li. Effects of particle swarm on saltation of wind-blown sand flow. Journal of Lanzhou University (Natural Sciences), 2010, 46(6):123-126.
  13. Wu Shengzhi, Liu Nan, Bo Tianli, Numerical simulation and wind tunnel experiment of flow field near the highways. Journal of Lanzhou University (Natural Sciences), 2008, 44(4):27-34.
  14. Wu Shengzhi, Zhang Min. Fluid wave solution of patterns of wind-borne landform, Journal of Lanzhou University of Technology, 2008, 34(2):169-172.
  15. S.Z. Wu, K.T. Chau, Dynamic response of an elastic sphere under diametral impacts. Mechanics of Materials: An International Journal. 2006, 38 (11): 1039-1060.
  16. S.Z. Wu, K.T. Chau, T.X. Yu. Crushing and fragmentation of brittle spheres under double impact test, Powder Technology, 2004, 143–144: 41– 55.
  17. Chau K.T., Zhu W.C., Tang C.A. and Wu S.Z. Numerical simulations of failure of brittle solids under dynamic impact using a new computer program DIFAR. Key Engineering Materials, 2004, 261-263: 239-244.
  18. Chau K.T., Wu S.Z., Wong R.H.C., Zhu W., Tang C.A. and Yu T.X. Dynamic breakage and fragmentation of brittle single particles of various sizes and strength. Chinese Journal of Rock Mechanics and Engineering, 2003, 22, Supp. 1, 2138-2144.
  19. Miao, T.D., Wu, S.Z., Mu, Q.S. Computer simulation of ripple patterns and dunes by windblown sand. Progress in Natural Science, 2001, 11 (02):199-202.
  20. Miao, T.D., Mu, Q.S., Wu, S.Z. Computer simulation of aeolian sand ripples and dunes. Physics Letters A. 2001, 288 (1): 16-22.
  21. Miao, T.D., Mu, Q.S., Wu, S.Z. Computer simulation of aeolian bedforms. Progress in Natural Science, 2001, 11 (5): 388-392.
  22. Wang Jiancheng, Wu Shengzhi, Ma Chongwu, Mu Qingsong. Stability analysis on the lee slope of dune. Journal of Desert Research, 2001, 21(1): 92-94.
  23. Wang Xunming, Dong Zhibao, Wu Shengzhi, Chen Guangting. A stochastic model for processes of soil wind erosion. Bulletin of Soil and Water Conservation, 2001,21(1): 19-22.
  24. WU Shengzhi, Wang Aiqin. Saint-Venant’s torsion of a rectangular cylinder with cracks. Journal of Xi′an Highway University, 2000, 20(1): 79-82.
  25. Mu Qingsong, Miao Tiande, Wu Shengzhi, Ma Chongwu. Threshold theory for mixed wind-blown sand. Journal of Lanzhou University (Natural Sciences), 2000, 36 (5): 34-39.

Wu Shengzhi, Yu Huanran. Mechanics of Continuous Media. Lanzhou: Lanzhou University Press, 2006.