Ying Zhao (赵莹)
Ying Zhao (赵莹)
Dr.-Ing., School of Aerospace Engineering and Applied Mechanics, Tongji University
Verified email at tongji.edu.cn - Homepage
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A review on modeling of electro-chemo-mechanics in lithium-ion batteries
Y Zhao, P Stein, Y Bai, M Al-Siraj, Y Yang, BX Xu
Journal of Power Sources 413, 259-283, 2019
A strategy of selective and dendrite-free lithium deposition for lithium batteries
J Xiang, Y Zhao, L Yuan, C Chen, Y Shen, F Hu, Z Hao, J Liu, B Xu, ...
Nano Energy 42, 262-268, 2017
Isogeometric analysis of mechanically coupled Cahn–Hilliard phase segregation in hyperelastic electrodes of Li-ion batteries
Y Zhao, P Stein, BX Xu
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 297, 325-347, 2015
The non-symmetric Nitsche method for the parameter-free imposition of weak boundary and coupling conditions in immersed finite elements
D Schillinger, I Harari, MC Hsu, D Kamensky, SKF Stoter, Y Yu, Y Zhao
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 309, 625-652, 2016
Effects of surface tension and electrochemical reactions in Li-ion battery electrode nanoparticles
P Stein, Y Zhao, BX Xu
Journal of power sources 332, 154-169, 2016
Phase-field study of electrochemical reactions at exterior and interior interfaces in Li-ion battery electrode particles
Y Zhao, BX Xu, P Stein, D Gross
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 312, 428-446, 2016
Dynamic pull-in instability of a prestretched viscous dielectric elastomer under electric loading
D Eder-Goy, Y Zhao, BX Xu
Acta Mechanica 228 (12), 4293-4307, 2017
Phase field modeling of electrochemically induced fracture in Li‐ion battery with large deformation and phase segregation
BX Xu, Y Zhao, P Stein
GAMM‐Mitteilungen 39 (1), 92-109, 2016
Variational boundary conditions based on the Nitsche method for fitted and unfitted isogeometric discretizations of the mechanically coupled Cahn–Hilliard equation
Y Zhao, D Schillinger, BX Xu
Journal of Computational Physics 340, 177-199, 2017
Lithiation across interconnected V 2 O 5 nanoparticle networks
LR De Jesus, Y Zhao, GA Horrocks, JL Andrews, P Stein, BX Xu, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 5 (38), 20141-20152, 2017
Modeling of phase separation across interconnected electrode particles in lithium-ion batteries
Y Zhao, LR De Jesus, P Stein, GA Horrocks, S Banerjee, BX Xu
RSC advances 7 (65), 41254-41264, 2017
A Lithium‐Ion Pump Based on Piezoelectric Effect for Improved Rechargeability of Lithium Metal Anode
J Xiang, Z Cheng, Y Zhao, B Zhang, L Yuan, Y Shen, Z Guo, Y Zhang, ...
Advanced Science 6 (22), 1901120, 2019
Two-level modeling of lithium-ion batteries
Y Bai, Y Zhao, W Liu, BX Xu
Journal of Power Sources 422, 92-103, 2019
Electrochemo-Mechanical Properties of Red Phosphorus Anodes in Lithium, Sodium, and Potassium Ion Batteries
I Capone, J Aspinall, E Darnbrough, Y Zhao, TU Wi, HW Lee, M Pasta
Matter 3 (6), 2012-2028, 2020
Rapid-Heating-Triggered in Situ Solid-State Transformation of Amorphous TiO2 Nanotubes into Well-Defined Anatase Nanocrystals
Z Gao, Y Zhao, H Wang, Y Wang, L Jiang, Y Xu, B Xu, L Zheng, C Jin, ...
Crystal Growth & Design 19 (2), 1086-1094, 2018
Electrochemical reactions in li-ion battery electrodes and their interaction with mechanical stresses: Size effects, phase segregation, and crack propagation
P Stein, Y Zhao, BX Xu
ECS Meeting Abstracts, 133, 2017
Phase field simulation of the intercalation‐induced stresses in the hyperelastic solids via isogeometric analysis
Y Zhao, P Stein, BX Xu
PAMM 15 (1), 443-444, 2015
An analytical solution for the mechanically coupled diffusion problem in thin‐film electrodes
P Stein, Y Zhao, B Xu
PAMM 13 (1), 237-238, 2013
Correlation between Mechanical Strength of Amorphous TiO2 Nanotubes and Their Solid State Crystallization Pathways
Z Gao, Z Hao, M Yi, Y Huang, Y Xu, Y Zhao, Z Li, S Zhu, B Xu, P Liu, ...
ChemistrySelect 3 (38), 10711-10716, 2018
Phase-Field Modeling of Electro-Chemo-Mechanical Behavior of Li-ion Battery Electrodes
Y Zhao
Technische Universitšt Darmstadt, 2017
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