Dislocations and Interfaces

  1. Effect of hydrogen on the integrity of aluminium-oxide interface at elevated temperatures,
    Meng Li, De-Gang Xie, Evan Ma, Ju Li, Xi-Xiang Zhang and Zhi-Wei Shan, Nature Communications 8 (2017) 14564.
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  2. Nanoscratching of copper surface by CeO2,
    Ning Xu, Weizhong Han, Yuchun Wang, Ju Li and Zhiwei Shan, Acta Materialia 124 (2017) 343-350.

  3. The evolving quality of frictional contact with graphene,
    Suzhi Li, Qunyang Li, Robert W. Carpick, Peter Gumbsch, Xin Z. Liu, Xiangdong Ding, Jun Sun and Ju Li, Nature 539 (2016) 541-545.
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  4. Hydrogenated vacancies lock dislocations in aluminium,
    Degang Xie, Suzhi Li, Meng Li, Zhangjie Wang, Peter Gumbsch, Jun Sun, Evan Ma, Ju Li and Zhiwei Shan, Nature Communications 7 (2016) 13341.
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  5. Crystal metamorphosis at stress extremes: how soft phonons turn into lattice defects,
    Xiaohui Liu, Jianfeng Gu, Yao Shen and Ju Li, NPG Asia Materials 8 (2016) e320.

  6. Surface Rebound of Relativistic Dislocations Directly and Efficiently Initiates Deformation Twinning,
    Qing-Jie Li, Ju Li, Zhi-Wei Shan and Evan Ma, Physical Review Letters 117 (2016) 165501.

  7. Strongly correlated breeding of high-speed dislocations,
    Qing-Jie Li, Ju Li, Zhi-Wei Shan and Evan Ma, Acta Materialia 119 (2016) 229-241.

  8. Shuffling-controlled versus strain-controlled deformation twinning: The case for HCP Mg twin nucleation,
    Akio Ishii, Ju Li and Shigenobu Ogata, International Journal of Plasticity 82 (2016) 32-43.

  9. Cyclic deformation leads to defect healing and strengthening of small-volume metal crystals,
    Zhang-Jie Wang, Qing-Jie Li, Yi-Nan Cui, Zhan-Li Liu, Evan Ma, Ju Li, Jun Sun, Zhuo Zhuang, Ming Dao, Zhi-Wei Shan and Subra Suresh, PNAS 112 (2015) 13502-13507.

  10. The interaction of dislocations and hydrogen-vacancy complexes and its importance for deformation-induced proto nano-voids formation in alpha-Fe,
    Suzhi Li, Yonggang Li, Yu-Chieh Lo, Thirumalai Neeraj, Rajagopalan Srinivasan, Xiangdong Ding, Jun Sun, Liang Qi, Peter Gumbsch and Ju Li, International Journal of Plasticity 74 (2015) 175-191.

  11. In situ study of the initiation of hydrogen bubbles at the aluminium metal/oxide interface,
    De-Gang Xie, Zhang-Jie Wang, Jun Sun, Ju Li, Evan Ma and Zhi-Wei Shan, Nature Materials 14 (2015) 899-903.
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  12. DISLOCATION NUCLEATION: Diffusive origins,
    Ju Li, Nature Materials 14 (2015) 656-657. News & Views.

  13. Flow Stress in Submicron BCC Iron Single Crystals: Sample-size-dependent Strain-rate Sensitivity and Rate-dependent Size Strengthening,
    Rui Huang, Qing-Jie Li, Zhang-Jie Wang, Ling Huang, Ju Li, Evan Ma and Zhi-Wei Shan, Material Research Letters 3 (2015) 121-127.

  14. From Smaller is Stronger to Size-Independent Strength Plateau: Towards Measuring the Ideal Strength of Iron,
    Wei-Zhong Han, Ling Huang, Shigenobu Ogata, Hajime Kimizuka, Zhao-Chun Yang, Christopher Weinberger, Qing-Jie Li, Bo-Yu Liu, Xi-Xiang Zhang, Ju Li, Evan Ma, Zhi-Wei Shan, Advanced Materials 27 (2015) 3385-3390.

  15. Uniaxial stress-driven coupled grain boundary motion in hexagonal close-packed metals: A molecular dynamics study,
    Hongxiang Zong, Xiangdong Ding, Turab Lookman, Ju Li and Jun Sun, Acta Materialia 82 (2015) 295-303.

  16. Collective nature of plasticity in mediating phase transformation under shock compression,
    Hongxiang Zong, Xiangdong Ding, Turab Lookman, Ju Li, Jun Sun, Ellen K. Cerreta, A. P. Escobedo, Francis L. Addessio and Curt A. Bronkhorst, Physical Review B 89 (2014) 220101.

  17. Twinning-like lattice reorientation without a crystallographic twinning plane,
    Bo-Yu Liu, Jian Wang, Bin Li, Lu Lu, Xi-Yan Zhang, Zhi-Wei Shan, Ju Li, Chun-Lin Jia, Jun Sun and Evan Ma, Nature Communications 5 (2014) 3297.
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  18. Predicting structure and energy of dislocations and grain boundaries,
    Chen Shen, Ju Li and Yunzhi Wang, Acta Materialia 74 (2014) 125-131.

  19. Reducing deformation anisotropy to achieve ultrahigh strength and ductility in Mg at the nanoscale,
    Qian Yu, Liang Qi, Raja K. Mishra, Ju Li and Andrew M. Minor, PNAS 110 (2013) 13289-13293.

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  20. Shear responses of [110]-tilt {115}/{111} asymmetric tilt grain boundaries in fcc metals by atomistic simulations,
    Liang Wan and Ju Li, Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 21 (2013) 055013.

  21. Conjugate Channeling Effect in Dislocation Core Diffusion: Carbon Transport in Dislocated BCC Iron,
    Akio Ishii, Ju Li and Shigenobu Ogata, PLoS ONE 8 (2013) e60586.

  22. Pristine-to-pristine regime of plastic deformation in submicron-sized single crystal gold particles,
    Zhang-Jie Wang, Zhi-Wei Shan, Ju Li, Jun Sun and Evan Ma, Acta Materialia 60 (2012) 1368-1377.

  23. The Nanostructured Origin of Deformation Twinning,
    Qian Yu, Liang Qi, Kai Chen, Raja K. Mishra, Ju Li and Andrew M. Minor, Nano Letters 12 (2012) 887-892.

  24. Sample size effects on the large strain bursts in submicron aluminum pillars,
    Zhang-Jie Wang, Qing-Jie Li, Zhi-Wei Shan, Ju Li, Jun Sun and Evan Ma, Applied Physics Letters 100 (2012) 071906.

  25. A new regime for mechanical annealing and strong sample-size strengthening in body centred cubic molybdenum,
    Ling Huang, Qing-Jie Li, Zhi-Wei Shan, Ju Li, Jun Sun and Evan Ma, Nature Communications 2 (2011) 547.
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  26. Emergence of strain-rate sensitivity in Cu nanopillars: Transition from dislocation multiplication to dislocation nucleation,
    Andrew T. Jennings, Ju Li and Julia R. Greer, Acta Materialia 59 (2011) 5627-5637.

  27. Modeling displacive-diffusional coupled dislocation shearing of gamma prime precipitates in Ni-base superalloys,
    Ning Zhou, Chen Shen, Michael J. Mills, Ju Li and Yunzhi Wang, Acta Materialia 59 (2011) 3484-3497.

  28. Adaptive strain-boost hyperdynamics simulations of stress-driven atomic processes,
    Shotaro Hara and Ju Li, Phys. Rev. B 82 (2010) 184114.

  29. Screw dislocation mobility in BCC metals: the role of the compact core on double-kink nucleation,
    Peter A. Gordon, Thirumalai Neeraj, Youhong Li and Ju Li, Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 18 (2010) 085008.

  30. Double-inverse grain size dependence of deformation twinning in nanocrystalline Cu,
    Jin-Yu Zhang, Gang Liu, Rui Hong Wang, Ju Li, Jun Sun and Evan Ma, Physical Review B 81 (2010) 172104.

  31. Strong crystal size effect on deformation twinning,
    Qian Yu, Zhi-Wei Shan, Ju Li, Xiaoxu Huang, Lin Xiao, Jun Sun and Evan Ma, Nature 463 (2010) 335-338.
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    News & Views: Twin behaviour and size, Oliver Kraft, Nature Materials 9 (2010) 295.

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  32. Size dependence of rate-controlling deformation mechanisms in nanotwinned copper,
    Lei Lu, Ming Dao, Ting Zhu and Ju Li, Scripta Materialia 60 (2009) 1062-1066.

  33. Atomistic Simulations of Dislocations in Confined Volumes,
    Peter M. Derlet, Peter Gumbsch, Richard Hoagland, Ju Li, David L. McDowell, Helena Van Swygenhoven, and Jian Wang, MRS Bulletin 34 (March 2009) 184-189.

  34. Temperature and Strain-Rate Dependence of Surface Dislocation Nucleation,
    Ting Zhu, Ju Li, Amit Samanta, Austin Leach and Kenneth Gall, Physical Review Letters 100 (2008) 025502.

  35. Modeling shearing of gamma prime in Ni-based superalloys,
    Chen Shen, Ju Li, Michael J. Mills and YunZhi Wang, in Integral Materials Modeling: Towards Physics-Based Through-Process Models, ed. Günter Gottstein (Wiley-VCH, Heidelberg, 2007), pp. 243-252. ISBN: 3527317112.

  36. Plastic bending and shape-memory effect of double-wall carbon nanotubes
    Hideki Mori, Shigenobu Ogata, Ju Li, Seiji Akita and Yoshikazu Nakayama, Phys. Rev. B 76 (2007) 165405.

  37. Molecular dynamics study on the formation of stacking fault tetrahedra and unfaulting of Frank loops in fcc metals
    Tomoko Kadoyoshi, Hideo Kaburaki, Futoshi Shimizu, Hajime Kimizuka, Shiro Jitsukawa and Ju Li, Acta Materialia 55 (2007) 3073-3080.

  38. Interfacial Plasticity Governs Strain Rate Sensitivity and Ductility in Nanostructured Metals
    Ting Zhu, Ju Li, Amit Samanta, Hyoung Gyu Kim and Subra Suresh, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 104 (2007) 3031-3036.

  39. The Mechanics and Physics of Defect Nucleation,
    Ju Li, MRS Bulletin 32 (2007) 151-159.

  40. Energetics of plastic bending of carbon nanotubes
    Hideki Mori, Shigenobu Ogata, Ju Li, Seiji Akita and Yoshikazu Nakayama, Phys. Rev. B 74 (2006) 165418.

  41. Undissociated screw dislocation in Si: glide or shuffle-set?
    Cai-Zhuang Wang, Ju Li, Kai-Ming Ho and Sidney Yip, Applied Physics Letters 89 (2006) 051910.

  42. Atomistic simulation of the influence of pressure on dislocation nucleation in bcc Mo,
    Dong-Sheng Xu, Rui Yang, Ju Li, Jin-Peng Chang, Hao Wang, Dong Li, Sidney Yip, Computational Materials Science 36 (2006) 60-64.

  43. Energy landscape of deformation twinning in bcc and fcc metals,
    Shigenobu Ogata, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, Physical Review B 71 (2005) 224102.

  44. Dislocation slip or deformation twinning: confining pressure makes a difference,
    Dong-Sheng Xu, Jin-Peng Chang, Ju Li, Rui Yang, Dong Li, Sidney Yip, Materials Science and Engineering A 387 (2004) 840-844.

  45. Atomistic calculation of mechanical behavior,
    J. Li, Chap. 2.19 in Handbook of Materials Modeling, ed. S. Yip (Springer, Dordrecht, 2005), pp. 773-792. ISBN: 1402032870. Mistake free version at http://alum.mit.edu/www/liju99/Papers/05/Li05-2.19.pdf

  46. Twinning pathway in BCC molybdenum,
    Shigenobu Ogata, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, Europhysics Letters 68 (2004) 405-411.

  47. Core energy and Peierls stress of screw dislocation in bcc Molybdenum: a periodic cell tight-binding study,
    Ju Li, Cai-Zhuang Wang, Jin-Peng Chang, Wei Cai, Vasily V. Bulatov, Kai-Ming Ho and Sidney Yip, Physical Review B 70 (2004) 104113.

  48. Elastic criterion for dislocation nucleation,
    Ju Li, Ting Zhu, Sidney Yip, Krystyn J. Van Vliet and Subra Suresh, Materials Science and Engineering A 365 (2004) 25-30.

  49. Dislocation core effects on mobility,
    Wei Cai, Vasily V. Bulatov, Jinpeng Chang, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, in Dislocations in Solids vol. 12, chap 64, pp. 1-80, ed. F.R.N. Nabarro and J.P. Hirth (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2004). ISBN: 0-444-51483-X.

  50. Atomistic modeling of mechanical behavior,
    Ju Li, Alfonso H.W. Ngan and Peter Gumbsch, Acta Mater. (Golden Jubilee Issue) 51 (2003) 5711-42.

  51. Periodic image effects in dislocation modelling,
    Wei Cai, Vasily V. Bulatov, Jinpeng Chang, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, Phil. Mag. 83 (2003) 539-67.

  52. Anisotropic elastic interactions of a periodic dislocation array,
    Wei Cai, Vasily V. Bulatov, Jinpeng Chang, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, Phys. Rev. Lett. 86 (2001) 5727-30.

  53. Commentary on atomistic simulations of materials strength and deformation: prospects for mechanistic insights,
    Ju Li, Wei Cai, Jinpeng Chang and Sidney Yip, Proceedings of International Symposia on Materials Science for the 21th Century (ISMS-21), vol. A (The Society of Materials Science, Japan, Suita, Japan, 2001), p. 220-233.

  54. Atomistic measures of mechanical deformation and thermal transport processes,
    Sidney Yip, Ju Li, Wei Cai, Jinpeng Chang and Dongyi Liao, Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics : Proceedings, First MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, June 12-15, 2001, ed. Klaus-Jürgen Bathe (Elsevier, New York, 2001). ISBN: 0080439446.