Yinli Chen, the associate professor of Collaborative Innovation Center of Steel Technology. She obtained a bachelor's degree in 1993, a master's degree in 1996, and a doctorate in 2010 from USTB. Engaged in metal material structure performance control,
Yinli Chen, the associate professor of Collaborative Innovation Center of Steel Technology. She obtained a bachelor's degree in 1993, a master's degree in 1996, and a doctorate in 2010 from USTB. Engaged in metal material structure performance control, microscopic deformation mechanism, strengthening and toughening theory and application basic research. It mainly includes: research on quality control technology and development of high-performance long profile production, research and development of high-quality special steel; research on microstructure evolution and residual stress control of sheet metal.
1. The National Key Technology R&D Program, Microstructure-residual stress synergistic control technology for preparation of high strength and high elasticity Cu-Ni-Si alloy strip, (No. 2016YFB0301302), 2016 -2020
2. Enterprise cooperation project, Research on process optimization of gear steel bar, Laiwu Iron and Steel, 1.7 million, 2017.12-2019.12
3. Enterprise cooperation project, Wire product development and quality improvement, Maanshan Iron and Steel, 1.1 million, 2019.4-2020.3
4. Enterprise cooperation project, Bar product development and quality improvement, Maanshan Iron and Steel, 1.5 million, 2019.4-2020.12
5. Enterprise cooperation project, Research and development of corrosion-resistant hot-rolled seismic reinforcement, Chengde Iron and Steel, 0.67 million, 2018.12-2019.12
6. Enterprise cooperation project, Development of decarbonization simulation model for high-end wire heating furnace, Shagang, 790,000, 2018.12-2019.12
1. Wei H, Chen Y L, Su L, et al. Effect of Simulated Thermomechanical Processing on Transformation Behavior and Microstructure of 82B Steel[J]. J Iron Steel Res Int., 2019,26(1):69-77.
2. Liu Z, Chen Y L, Wei H, et al. Study on the distribution of texture and the second phase under different aging process of Cu-Ni-Si alloy[J]. Materials Letters, 2019, 236:292-294.
3. Wei H, Chen Y L, Su L, et al. Effect of cooling rate and isothermal temperature on the phase transformation and microstructure evolution in SWRH82B high-carbon steel[J]. Materials Research Express, 2018, 5(8)：117-126.
4. Zhang K, Chen Y L, Sun Y H, Xu Z J. Effect of H2O(g) on Decarburization of 55SiCr Spring Steel during Heating [J]. Acta Metallurgica Sinica, 2018, 54(10): 1350-1358.
5. Niu G, Chen Y L, Wu H B, et al. Corrosion behavior of high-strength spring steel for high-speed railway[J]. International Journal of Minerals, Metallurgy, and Materials, 2018, 25(5):527-535.
6. Wang X, Chen Y L, Niu G. The study on corrosion resistance of high-strength spring steel[J]. Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology, 2018, 53(1):54-64.
7. Wang H, Chen Y L. The effect of finish rolling temperature on the microstructure and properties of non-quenched and tempered Bainite steel[J]. Procedia Engineering, 2017, 207: 1839-1843.
8. Niu G, Chen Y L, Hui-Bin W U, et al. Effects of Chromium,Vanadium and Austenite Deformation on Transformation Behaviors of High-strength Spring Steels. Journal of Iron and Steel Research, International, 2016 [J]. 2016, 23(12): 81-90.
9. Chen Y L, Su L, Zhao A M. Effects of Rolling Parameters on Texture and Formability of High Strength Ultra-Low Carbon BH Steel[J]. Journal of Iron and Steel Research, International, 2013, 20(6):75-81.
10. Chen Y L, Su L, Zhao A M, et al. Texture evolution of 440 MPa grade Nb-bearing high strength IF steel during rolling and annealing process[J]. Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater. Sci. Ed. 2011, 26(6):1157-1161.