Jin Li

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Dr Jin Li
Purdue University
Postdoc fellow
In Situ Irradiation, Microscopy, Nanomechanics, Radiation Damage, Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS)
"9R phase enabled superior radiation stability of nanotwinned Cu alloys via in situ radiation at elevated temperature" Cuncai Fan, Dongyue Xie, Jin Li, Zhongxia Shang, Youxing Chen, Sichuang Xue, Jian Wang, Meimei Li, Anter EL-AZAB, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Acta Materialia Vol. 167 2019 248-256 Link
"An in situ study on Kr ion–irradiated crystalline Cu/amorphous-CuNb nanolaminates" Zhe Fan, Cuncai Fan, Jin Li, Zhongxia Shang, Sichuang Xue, Marquis Kirk, Meimei Li, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Journal of Materials Research Vol. 2019 1-11 Link
"Defect evolution in heavy ion irradiated nanotwinned Cu with nanovoids" Cuncai Fan, Youxing Chen, Jin Li, Jie Ding, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Journal of Nuclear Materials Vol. 496 2017 293-300 Link
"Dual Beam In Situ Radiation Studies of Nanocrystalline Cu" Cuncai Fan, Zhongxia Shang, Tongjun Niu, Jin Li, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Materials Vol. 12 [unknown] 2721 Link
Nanocrystalline metals have shown enhanced radiation tolerance as grain boundaries serve as effective defect sinks for removing radiation-induced defects. However, the thermal and radiation stability of nanograins are of concerns since radiation may induce grain boundary migration and grain coarsening in nanocrystalline metals when the grain size falls in the range of several to tens of nanometers. In addition, prior in situ radiation studies on nanocrystalline metals have focused primarily on single heavy ion beam radiations, with little consideration of the helium effect on damage evolution. In this work, we utilized in situ single-beam (1 MeV Kr++) and dual-beam (1 MeV Kr++ and 12 keV He+) irradiations to investigate the influence of helium on the radiation response and grain coarsening in nanocrystalline Cu at 300 °C. The grain size, orientation, and individual grain boundary character were quantitatively examined before and after irradiations. Statistic results suggest that helium bubbles at grain boundaries and grain interiors may retard the grain coarsening. These findings provide new perspective on the radiation response of nanocrystalline metals.
"Grain refinement mechanisms and strength-hardness correlation of ultra-fine grained grade 91 steel processed by equal channel angular extrusion" Miao Song, Cheng Sun, Youxing Chen, Zhongxia Shang, Jin Li, Zhe Fan, Karl Hartwig, Xinghang Zhang, International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping Vol. 172 [unknown] 212-219 Link
"In situ heavy ion irradiation studies of nanopore shrinkage and enhanced radiation tolerance of nanoporous Au" Jin Li, Cuncai Fan, Jie Ding, Sichuang Xue, Youxing Chen, Qiang Li, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Scientific Reports Vol. 7 2017 Link
"In situ studies on irradiation resistance of nanoporous Au through temperature-jump tests" Jin Li, Cuncai Fan, Qiang Li, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Acta Materialia Vol. 143 2017 30-42 Link
"In situ studies on radiation tolerance of nanotwinned Cu" Youxing Chen, Jin Li, Kaiyuan Yu, Haiyan Wang, Meimei Li, Xinghang Zhang, Acta Materialia Vol. 111 2016 148 Link
"In Situ Studies on the Irradiation-Induced Twin Boundary-Defect Interactions in Cu" Cuncai Fan, Jin Li, Zhe Fan, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Metall. Trans. A Vol. 48 2017 5172–5180 Link
"In Situ Studies on Twin-Thickness-Dependent Distribution of Defect Clusters in Heavy Ion-Irradiated Nanotwinned Ag" Jin Li, Youxing Chen, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A Vol. 48 2017 1466 Link
"In situ Study of Defect Migration Kinetics and Self-Healing of Twin Boundaries in Heavy Ion Irradiated Nanotwinned Metals" Jin Li, Kaiyuan Yu, Youxing Chen, Miao Song, Haiyan Wang, Mark Kirk, Meimei Li, Xinghang Zhang, Nano Letters Vol. 15 2015 2922 Link
"In situ study on enhanced heavy ion irradiation tolerance of porous Mg" Jin Li, Youxing Chen, Xinghang Zhang, Haiyan Wang, Scripta Materialia Vol. 144 2018 13-17 Link
"In situ study on surface roughening in radiation-resistant Ag nanowires" Jin Li, Zhongxia Shang, Cuncai Fan, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Nanotechnology Vol. 29 2018 215708 Link
Metallic materials subjected to heavy ion irradiation experience significant radiation damage. Free surface is a type of effective defect sinks to improve the radiation resistance in metallic materials. However, the radiation resistance of metallic nanowires (NWs) is largely unknown. Here we show, via in situ Kr ion irradiations in a transmission electron microscope, Ag NWs exhibited much better radiation resistance than coarse-grained Ag. Irradiation-induced prominent surface roughening in Ag NWs provides direct evidence for interaction between defect clusters and free surface. Diameter dependent variation of the surface roughness in irradiated Ag NWs has also been observed. This study provides insight on mechanisms of enhanced radiation resistance via free surfaces in metallic NWs.
"In situ study on surface roughening in radiation-resistant Ag nanowires" Zhongxia Shang, Jin Li, Cuncai Fan, Youxing Chen, Qiang Li, Haiyan Wang, Tongde Shen, Xinghang Zhang, Nanotechnology Vol. 29 [unknown] 215708 Link
"Measurement of heavy ion irradiation induced in-plane strain in patterned face-centered-cubic metal films: an in situ study" Kaiyuan Yu, Youxing Chen, Jin Li, Yue Liu, Haiyan Wang, Meimei Li, Xinghang Zhang, Nano Letters Vol. 16 2016 7481–7489 Link
"Radiation damage in nanostructured materials" Xinghang Zhang, Khalid Hattar, Youxing Chen, Lin Shao, Jin Li, Cheng Sun, Kaiyuan Yu, Nan Li, Mitra Taheri, Haiyan Wang, Progress in Materials Science Vol. 96 2018 217-321 Link
"Radiation induced nanovoid shrinkage in Cu at room temperature: An in situ study" Cuncai Fan, Annadanam Sreekar, Zhongxia Shang, Jin Li, Meimei Li, Haiyan Wang, Anter EL-AZAB, Xinghang Zhang, Scripta Materialia Vol. 166 [unknown] 112-116 Link
"Resilient ZnO nanowires in an irradiation enviroment: an in situ study" Cheng Sun, Jin Li, Youxing Chen, Mark Kirk, Meimei Li, Stuart Maloy, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, Acta Materialia Vol. 95 2015 156 Link
"Size dependent strengthening in high strength nanotwinned Al/Ti multilayers" Yifan Zhang, Sichuang Xue, Qiang Li, Jin Li, Jie Ding, Tongjun Niu, Ruizhe Su, Acta Materialia Vol. 175 2019 466 Link
Mechanical behavior of metallic multilayers has been intensively investigated. Here we report on the study of magnetron-sputtered highly textured Al/Ti multilayer films with various individual layer thicknesses (h = 1–90 nm). The hardness of Al/Ti multilayers increases monotonically with decreasing layer thickness without softening and exceeds 7 GPa, making it one of the strongest light-weight multilayer systems reported to date. High-resolution transmission electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction pole figure analyses confirm the formation of high-density nanotwins and 9R phases in Al layers. The density of nanotwins and stacking faults scales inversely with individual layer thickness. In addition, there is an HCP-to-FCC phase transformation of Ti when h ≤ 4.5 nm. The high strength of Al/Ti multilayers primarily originates from incoherent layer interfaces, high-density twin boundaries, as well as stacking faults.
"Superior twin stability and radiation resistance of nanotwinned Ag solid solution alloy" Xinghang Zhang, Jin Li, Cuncai Fan, Youxing Chen, Dongyue Xie, Haiyan Wang, Acta Materialia Vol. 151 2018 395-405 Link
"Tailoring the strength and ductility of T91 steel by partial tempering treatment" Zhongxia Shang, Jie Ding, Cuncai Fan, Miao Song, Jin Li, Qiang Li, Sichuang Xue, Karl Hartwig, Xinghang Zhang, Acta Materialia Vol. 169 [unknown] 209-224 Link
"Ultrastrong nanocrystalline steel with exceptional thermal stability and radiation tolerance" Congcong Du, Shenbao Jin, Yuan Fang, Jin Li, Zhongxia Shang, Xinghang Zhang, Tongde Shen, Nature communications Vol. 9 [unknown] 5389 Link
"Radiation response of nanostructured austenitic stainless steels " Zhongxia Shang, Cuncai Fan, Jin Li, Tongde Shen, Yinmin Morris Wang, Marquis Kirk, Meimei Li, Haiyan Wang, Xinghang Zhang, 2019 ANS & TMS MiNES meeting October 7-10, (2019)