of High Entropy Alloys"
High entropy alloys (HEA) are a novel group of alloys composed
of five or more principal elements with near equivalent atomic
percentages. They have an excellent combination of properties
such as high strength, high thermal stability and high
resistance to corrosion. My research aims to understand the
effects of principal elements on microstructure development,
phase stability during manufacturing
processes, and explore
the potential engineering applications of HEAs.
Doctor of Philosophy
in Metallurgical Engineering
Estimated Graduation Date:
Minrui was born in Hangzhou, China. Before he joined in
CWJCR he obtained his Master's Degree of Materials Science and
Engineering from Tsinghua University, China and Bachelor's
Degree of Materials Science and Engineering from Tianjin
Qiulin Li, Dingguo Yang, Wei Liu*. Investigation on the removal
of inclusions from aluminum melt using
alternating combined magnetic field.
Rare Metal Materials and
Jing Yang, Tao Ling, Wen-Tian Wu, Hui
Liu, Min-Rui Gao,
Chen Ling, Lan Li, Xi-Wen Du*.A top-down strategy towards
monodisperse colloidal lead sulfide quantum dots.
4, 1695-1700, 2013.
Jing Yang, Xi-Wen Du,
Min-Rui Gao. Method
for synthesizing monodisperse colloidal lead sulfide quantum
dots with laser.
Tengfei Zhang, Qiulin Li*, Yecong Han,
Minrui Gao, Wei Liu.
Investigation on the agglomeration behavior of primary silicon
in hypereutectic Al-Si alloy melt under electromagnetic
International Conference: External Fields Processing and
Treatment Tecnology and Preparation of Nanostructure of Metals
and Alloys. October, 2015, Shenzhen, China.
Guogang Shu, Wei Liu, Yanzhang
Liu, Qiulin Li, Xuejun Li, Zhiyuan Luo,
Preparation method of B4C/Al
201310627244 (Patent pending).