Contact Dr Feiyang He
Areas of expertise
- Structures and Materials
- Through-life Engineering Services
Dr Feiyang He is a researcher with extensive academic training and research experience. He completed his PhD in 2022 at Cranfield University, where he conducted research on the dynamic response of damaged structures under thermal field conditions. Dr. He also holds a Master of Science degree in Automotive Mechatronics from Cranfield University, and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Automotive Engineering from Coventry University, where he graduated with First Class Honors in 2017.
Dr He is the Research Fellow in Autonomous Rail Ultrasonic Inspections in Centre for Life-cycle Engineering and Management. He is working on the IN2TRACK3 project, a collaborative effort between Cranfield University, Network Rail and Sperry Rail Service. The project aims to develop an autonomous rail inspection system based on ultrasonic testing (UT) and demonstrate its feasibility at the technology readiness level (TRL) 6.
Dr He's expertise covers structural dynamics, fracture mechanics, additive manufacturing and non-destructive testing. Currently, He is actively involved in teaching and supervising MSc and PhD students in related fields.
Articles In Journals
- Chan KP, He F, Atwah AA & Khan M (2023) Experimental investigation of self-cleaning behaviour of 3D-printed textile fabrics with various printing parameters, Polymer Testing, 119 (February) Article No. 107941.
- Almutairi MD, Mascarenhas TA, Alnahdi SS, He F & Khan MA (2023) Modal response of hybrid raster orientation on material extrusion printed acrylonitrile butadiene styrene and polyethylene terephthalate glycol under thermo-mechanical loads, Polymer Testing, 120 (March) Article No. 107953.
- Yang Z, He F & Khan M (2023) An empirical torsional spring model for the inclined crack in a 3D-printed acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) cantilever beam, Polymers, 15 (3) Article No. 496.
- He F, Ning H & Khan M (2023) Effect of 3D printing process parameters on damping characteristic of cantilever beams fabricated using material extrusion, Polymers, 15 (2) Article No. 257.
- Francese A, Khan M & He F (2023) Role of dynamic response in inclined transverse crack inspection for 3D-printed polymeric beam with metal stiffener, Materials, 16 (8) Article No. 3095.
- Atwah AA, Almutairi MD, He F & Khan MA (2022) Influence of printing parameters on self-cleaning properties of 3D printed polymeric fabrics, Polymers, 14 (15) Article No. 3128.
- He F, Alshammari YLA & Khan M (2022) The effect of printing parameters on crack growth rate of FDM ABS cantilever beam under thermo-mechanical loads, Procedia Structural Integrity, 34 59-64.
- He F, Kumar VK & Khan M (2021) Evolution and new horizons in modelling crack mechanics of 3D printing polymeric structures, Materials Today Chemistry, 20 (June) Article No. 100393.
- He F & Khan M (2021) Effects of printing parameters on the fatigue behaviour of 3D-printed ABS under dynamic thermo-mechanical loads, Polymers, 13 (14) Article No. 2362.
- Fleet T, Kamei K, He F, Khan MA, Khan KA & Starr A (2020) A machine learning approach to model interdependencies between dynamic response and crack propagation, Sensors, 20 (23) Article No. 6847.
- Baqasah H, He F, Zai BA, Asif M, Khan KA, Thakur VK & Khan MA (2019) In-situ dynamic response measurement for damage quantification of 3D printed ABS cantilever beam under thermomechanical load, Polymers, 11 (12) Article No. 2079.