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Xun Xi is a research associate in civil and environmental engineering department. His research interests focus on the fracture in quasi-brittle materials (e.g., concrete and rock) for the structure durability and subsurface engineering.
Xun joined Shangtong's group in 2019 for the project "Smart pumping for Subsurface Engineering (Prosperity Partnership)" funded by EPSRC. They are developing numerical methods to model the response of rock under cyclic pulsating loads.
Xun received his PhD degree in civil engineering with the topic "Concrete cover cracking induced by non-uniform corrosion of reinforcement" which was finished in University of Strathclyde (2016-2018) and University of Science and Technology Beijing (2013-2019).
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Xi, X., Yang, S., McDermott, C. I., Shipton, Z. K., Fraser-Harris, A. & Edlmann, K., 31 Aug 2021, In: Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering. 54, 8, p. 3977-3994 18 p.
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Using artificial neural network to predict the fracture properties of the interfacial transition zone of concrete at the meso-scaleXi, X., Yin, Z., Yang, S. & Li, C-Q., 1 Feb 2021, In: Engineering Fracture Mechanics. 242, 107488.
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