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Introduction
Dr. Congcong Fang,Associate Professor

High-speed Train Research Center, School of Traffic & Transportation Engineering, Central South University (CSU)

Office: High-speed Train Research Center, CSU Railway Campus

Email:ccfang@csu.edu.cn, fongtsung@hotmail.com

Address:High-speed Train Research Center, 22# Shaoshan South Road, Changsha, Hunan province.

Postal code: 410075

(Several graduate positions are open for application. The researchers will work on the tribology and dynamics related to railway field. Preference will be given to those with major in transport engineering, mechancial engineering and control. If interested, please contact Dr. Fang with your CV attached.)


EDUCATION

◆ Sep. 2014-Sep. 2018: Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityMechanical Engineering (Ph.D.)

◆ Sep. 2011-Jun. 2014: Kunming University of Science and TechnologyMechanical Engineering (M.S.)

◆ Sep. 2007-Jun. 2011: Hunan Institute of Science and TechnologyMechanical Manufacture and Automation (B.S.)


WORK EXPERIENCE

◆Associate Professor
Dec. 2018-present: High-speed Train Research Center, School of Traffic & Transportation Engineering, Central South University
◆ Laboratory Director

Sep. 2014-Dec. 2016: SJTU-FAW Joint Research Lab, Institute of Modern Design, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Research

Multibody Dynamics Modeling

Contact Mechanics & Tribology

Transducer Technology & Signal Processing

Publications
1. C. Fang, X. Meng, Y. Xie and et al. "An improved technique for measuring piston-assembly friction and comparative analysis with numerical simulations: Under motored condition", Mechanical System and Signal Processing, 115, 2019, 657-676. (IF 4.370, JCR Q1)

2. C. Fang, X. Meng, X. Kong and et al. "Transient tribo-dynamics analysis and friction loss evaluation of piston during cold- and warm-start of a SI engine". International journal of Mechanical Science, 133, 2017, 767-787. (IF 3.570, JCR Q1)

3. C. Fang, X. Yang. "Study of nanocontact and incipient nanoscratch process using the quasicontinuum method", Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and processing, 600, 2014, 221-230. (IF 3.414, JCR Q1)

4. C. Fang, X. Meng, Zhaijun Lu and et al. "Modeling a lubricated full-floating pin bearing in planar multibody systems", Tribology International, 131, 2019, 222-237. (IF 3.246, JCR Q1)

5. C. Fang, X. Meng and Y. Xie. "A piston tribodynamic model with deterministic consideration of skirt surface grooves", Tribology International, 110, 2017, 232-251.( IF 3.246, JCR Q1)

6. C. Fang, X. Meng, Y. Xie and B. Zhao. "Quasicontinuum investigation of the feedback effects on friction behavior of an abrasive particle over a single crystal aluminum substrate", Tribology International, 98, 2016, 48-58. (IF 3.246, JCR Q1)

7. X. Meng, C. Fang, Y. Xie. "Transient tribodynamic model of piston skirt-liner systems with variable speed effects", Tribology International, 94, 2016, 640-651. (IF 3.246, JCR Q1)

8. X. Meng, C. Fang, Ke Niu. "Tribological behavior anisotropy in sliding interaction of asperities on single-crystal a-iron: A quasi-continuum study". Tribology International, 118, 2018, 347-359. (IF 3.246, JCR Q1)

9. X. Yang, C. Fang. "Multi-scale analysis of nanoscale contact process between spherical indenter and single crystal aluminium", Acta Physica Sinica, 62,18,2013,180702. (IF 0.624, JCR Q4)

10. C. Fang, X. Yang. The Read-Write Operation on Floating Point Data Program Design between MCU and KingView, Applied Mechanics and Materials, 2014, 462: 891-895. (EI index)

11. Zhao, B., Z.-N. Zhang, C.-C. Fang, X.-D. Dai and Y.-B. Xie. "Modeling and analysis of planar multibody system with mixed lubricated revolute joint", Tribology International, 98, 2016, 229-241. (IF 3.246, JCR Q1)

Awards
03/2018 Outstanding graduate of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in the year of 2018

10/2016 Postgraduate Academic Excellence Scholarship of Shanghai Jiao Tong University for 2015-2016 academic year