Nuclear Materials and Radiation

  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.

  2. Ion radiation albedo effect: influence of surface roughness on ion implantation and sputtering of materials,
    Yong Gang Li, Yang Yang, Michael P. Short, Ze Jun Ding, Zhi Zeng and Ju Li, Nuclear Fusion 57 (2017) 016038.

  3. 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.

  4. Nanobubble fragmentation and bubble-free-channel shear localization in helium-irradiated submicron-sized copper,
    Ming-Shuai Ding, Lin Tian, Wei-Zhong Han, Ju Li, Evan Ma and Zhi-Wei Shan, Physical Review Letters 117 (2016) 215501.

  5. Ton-scale metal-carbon nanotube composite: The mechanism of strengthening while retaining tensile ductility,
    Kang Pyo So, Xiaohui Liu, Hideki Mori, Akihiro Kushima, Jong Gil Park, Hyoung Seop Kim, Shigenobu Ogata, Young Hee Lee and Ju Li, Extreme Mechanics Letters 8 (2016) 245-250.

  6. Metal-nanotube composites as radiation resistant materials,
    Rafael I. Gonzalez, Felipe Valencia, Jose Mella, Adri C. T. van Duin, Kang Pyo So, Ju Li, Miguel Kiwi and Eduardo M. Bringa, Applied Physics Letters 109 (2016) 033108.

  7. Brazing Molybdenum and Graphite with a Titanium-Based Powder Filler Metal,
    I.V. Fedotov, C.E. Richman, O.N. Sevryukov, A.N. Suchkov, J. Li, B.A. Kalin, V.T. Fedotov and A.A. Ivannikov, Welding Journal 95 (2016) 357S-361S.

  8. Radiation-Induced Helium Nanobubbles Enhance Ductility in Submicron-Sized Single-Crystalline Copper,
    Ming-Shuai Ding, Jun-Ping Du, Liang Wan, Shigenobu Ogata, Lin Tian, Evan Ma, Wei-Zhong Han, Ju Li and Zhi-Wei Shan, Nano Letters 16 (2016) 4118-4124.

  9. Dispersion of carbon nanotubes in aluminum improves radiation resistance,
    Kang Pyo So, Di Chen, Akihiro Kushima, Mingda Li, Sangtae Kim, Yang Yang, Ziqiang Wang, Jong Gil Park, Young Hee Lee, Rafael I. Gonzalez, Miguel Kiwi, Eduardo M. Bringa, Lin Shao and Ju Li, Nano Energy 22 (2016) 319-327.

  10. Oxidation of ferritic and ferritic-martensitic steels in flowing and static supercritical water,
    Nai-Qiang Zhang, Zhong-Liang Zhu, Hong Xu, Xue-Ping Mao and Ju Li, Corrosion Science 103 (2016) 124-131.

  11. IM3D: A parallel Monte Carlo code for efficient simulations of primary radiation displacements and damage in 3D geometry,
    Yong Gang Li, Yang Yang, Michael P. Short, Ze Jun Ding, Zhi Zeng and Ju Li, Scientific Reports 5 (2015) 18130.

  12. 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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  13. Proximity-Driven Enhanced Magnetic Order at Ferromagnetic-Insulator-Magnetic-Topological-Insulator Interface,
    Mingda Li, Cui-Zu Chang, Brian. J. Kirby, Michelle E. Jamer, Wenping Cui, Lijun Wu, Peng Wei, Yimei Zhu, Don Heiman, Ju Li and Jagadeesh S. Moodera, Physical Review Letters 115 (2015) 087201.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. Hydrogen embrittlement of ferritic steels: Observations on deformation microstructure, nanoscale dimples and failure by nanovoiding,
    Thirumalai Neeraj, Rajagopalan Srinivasan and Ju Li, Acta Materialia 60 (2012) 5160-5171.

  17. Finding activation pathway of coupled displacive-diffusional defect processes in atomistics: Dislocation climb in fcc copper,
    Sanket Sarkar, Ju Li, William T. Cox, Erik Bitzek, Thomas J. Lenosky and Yunzhi Wang, Physical Review B 86 (2012) 014115.

  18. Adaptive-boost molecular dynamics simulation of carbon diffusion in iron,
    Akio Ishii, Shigenobu Ogata, Hajime Kimizuka and Ju Li, Phys. Rev. B 85 (2012) 064303.

  19. Diffusive molecular dynamics and its application to nanoindentation and sintering,
    Ju Li, Sanket Sarkar, William T. Cox, Thomas J. Lenosky, Erik Bitzek, and Yunzhi Wang, Physical Review B 84 (2011) 054103.

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

  21. Phase field modeling of defects and deformation,
    Yunzhi Wang and Ju Li, Acta Materialia 58 (2010) 1212-1235. Overview No. 150.

  22. Atomistic modeling of interfaces and their impact on microstructure and properties,
    Yuri Mishin, Mark Asta and Ju Li, Acta Materialia 58 (2010) 1117-1151. Overview No. 148.

  23. Thermochemical and Mechanical Stabilities of the Oxide Scale of ZrB2+SiC and Oxygen Transport Mechanisms,
    Ju Li, Thomas J. Lenosky, Clemens J. Först and Sidney Yip, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 91 (2008) 1475-1480.

  24. Beyond the Maxwell limit: thermal conduction in nanofluids with percolating fluid structures,
    Jacob Eapen, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, Phys. Rev. E 76 (2007) 062501.

  25. Mechanism of Thermal Transport in Dilute Nanocolloids,
    Jacob Eapen, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98 (2007) 028302.

  26. Thermal expansion and atomic vibrations of zirconium carbide to 1600K,
    Angus C. Lawson, Darryl P. Butt, Jim W. Richardson and Ju Li, Philos. Mag. 87 (2007) 2507-2519.

  27. 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.

  28. Atomistic Simulation of Rapid Compression of Fractured Silicon Carbide,
    Antonino Romano, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, Journal of Nuclear Materials 352 (2006) 22-28.

  29. A Perspective on Modeling Materials in Extreme Environments: Oxidation of Ultrahigh-Temperature Ceramics,
    Angelo Bongiorno, Clemens J. Först, Rajiv K. Kalia, Ju Li, Jochen Marschall, Aiichiro Nakano, Mark M. Opeka, Inna G.Talmy, Priya Vashishta, and Sidney Yip, MRS Bulletin 31 (2006) 410-418.

  30. Spectral method for thermal conductivity calculations,
    Ju Li, Journal of Computer-Aided Materials Design 12 (2005) 141-159.

  31. 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.

  32. Transformation strain by chemical disordering in silicon carbide,
    Ju Li, Journal of Applied Physics 95 (2004) 6466-6469. (SiC/)

  33. Force-based many-body interatomic potential for ZrC,
    Ju Li, Dongyi Liao, Sidney Yip, Reza Najafabadi and Lynne Ecker, Journal of Applied Physics 93 (2003) 9072-85. source code webpage.

  34. AtomEye: an efficient atomistic configuration viewer,
    Ju Li, Modelling Simul. Mater. Sci. Eng. 11 (2003) 173-7.

  35. Atomistic modeling of finite-temperature properties of crystalline beta-SiC, II. thermal conductivity and effects of point defects,
    Ju Li, Lisa J. Porter and Sidney Yip, Journal of Nuclear Materials 255 (1998) 139-52.

  36. Atomistic modeling of finite-temperature properties of beta-SiC, I. lattice vibrations, heat capacity, and thermal expansion,
    Lisa J. Porter, Ju Li and Sidney Yip, Journal of Nuclear Materials 246 (1997) 53-9.