Juan Wei

"Active Metal Brazing for Joining Ceramics to Ceramics or Metals"


The research objective is to develop high temperature ceramic-to-metal joints with adequate metallurgical and mechanical behaviors by active metal brazing process.

Degree Pursued:
Doctor of Philosophy in Metallurgical Engineering

Estimated Graduation Date:
May 2018

Bio:

Juan Wei comes from China. She received both of her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Central South University, China. Her Bachelor’s degree mainly focused on the metallurgy of rare earth, tungsten and titanium. During her Master’s degree, she researched fluorine-free mold flux for casting medium carbon steels.

Contact Information:
Email:
jwei@mymail.mines.edu

Office: Hill Hall 286

Publications:

  • L. Zhou, W. Wang, J. Wei and K. Zhou, “The Melting and Heat Transfer Behavior of Fluorine-Free Mold Fluxes for Casting Medium Carbon Steels,” ISIJ International, vol. 55, no.4, 2015, pp. 821-829.
  • J. Wei, W. Wang, L. Zhou, D. Huang, H. Zhao and F. Ma, “Effect of Na2O and B2O3 on the Crystallization Behavior of Low Fluorine Mold Fluxes for Casting Medium Carbon Steels,” Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B, vol. 45, no.2, April 2014, pp. 643-652.
  • B. Jiang, W. Wang, I. Sohn, J. Wei, L. Zhou and B. Lu, “A Kinetic Study of the Effect of ZrO2 and CaO/Al2O3 Ratio on the Crystallization Behavior of CaO-Al2O3 Based Slag System,” Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B, vol.45 , no.3, June 2014, pp. 1057-1067.
  • L. Zhou, W. Wang, J. Wei and B. Lu, “Effect of Na2O and B2O3 on Heat Transfer Behavior of Low Fluorine Mold Flux for Casting Medium Carbon Steels,” ISIJ International, vol. 53, no.4, 2013, pp. 665-672.