彭海龙

特聘副教授 硕士生导师

入职时间:2018-01-03

所在单位:材料科学与工程学院

职务:Associate professor

学历:博士研究生毕业

办公地点:米塔尔楼222

性别:男

联系方式:hailong.peng@csu.edu.cn

学位:博士学位

在职信息:在职

毕业院校:中国科学院物理研究所

学科:材料科学与工程

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22. Crystal growth in deeply undercooled Ni50Al50: Signature of the ordering sequence at the interface, 

Qianjin Yang, Huashan Liu, and Hailong Peng*,

J. Chem. Phys.154, 194503 (2021);


21. Molecular-dynamics simulations on the mesophase transition induced by oscillatory shear in imidazolium-based ionic liquid crystals, 

Min Liu, Hayato Shiba, Huashan Liu, and Hailong Peng*,

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 23, 6496-6508 (2021);


 20. Atomic dynamics under oscillatory shear in metallic glasses, 

Hongkuan Li, Huashan Liu, and Hailong Peng*,

J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 539, 120069 (2020);

 

19. Ultrasonic vibration accelerated aging in La-based bulk metallic glasses, 

Siyuan Chen, Song Li*, Jiang Ma, Haibin Yu, Huashan Liu*, and Hailong Peng*,

J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 535, 119967 (2020);

 

18. The interaction of deformation twins with long-period stacking ordered precipitates in a magnesium alloy subjected to shock loading, 

Fan Zhang, Yu Ren, Zhiqing Yang, Huhu Su, Zhen Lu, Chengwen Tan, Hailong Peng, Kentaro Watanabe, Bin Li, Matthew R. Barnett, and Mingwei Chen*,

Acta Mater., 188, 203 (2020);

 

17. Chemical effect on the structural and dynamical properties in Zr-Ni-Al liquids, 

H. L. Peng*, F. Yang, S. T. Liu, D. Holland-Moritz, T. Kordel, T. Hansen, and Th. Voigtmann*,

Phys. Rev. B, 100, 104202 (2019);

 

16. Structural origin for vibration-induced accelerated aging and rejuvenation in metallic glasses, 

Zhen-Ya Zhou, Hai-Long Peng, and Hai-Bin Yu*,

J. Chem. Phys., 150, 204507 (2019);

 

15. Molecular dynamics study of mesophase transition upon annealing of imidazolium-based ionic liquid with long-alkyl chains,

Hailong Peng*, Momoji Kubo and Hayato Shiba*,

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20, 9796 -9805(2018).

 

14. Crystal growth in fluid flow: Nonlinear response effects, 

H. L. Peng, D. M. Herlach, and Th. Voigtmann,

Phys. Rev. Materials, 1, 030401(R) (2017);

 

13. Five-fold local symmetry in metallic liquids and glasses, 

M. Z. Li*, H. L. Peng, Y. C. Hu, F. X. Li, H. P. Zhang, and W. H. Wang,

Chinese Physics B, 26, 016104 (2017);

 

12. Velocity autocorrelation function in supercooled liquids: Long-time tails and anomalous shear-wave propagation,

H. L. Peng, H. R. Schober, and Th. Voigtmann, 

Phys. Rev. E94, 060601(R) (2016).

 

11. Decoupled length scales for diffusivity and viscosity in glass-forming liquids,

H. L. Pengand Th. Voigtmann, 

Phys. Rev. E94, 042621 (2016).

 

10. Heterogeneous diffusion, viscosity and the Stokes Einstein relation in binary liquids

H. R. Schober* and H. L. Peng

Phys. Rev. E93, 052507 (2016).

 

9. Formation and dilatation of shear bands in a Cu-Zr metallic glass: A free volume perspective,

Chunguang Tang*, Hailong Peng, Yu Chen, and Michael Ferry, 

Journal of Applied Physics120, 235101 (2016).

 

8. Structural and dynamical properties of liquid Al-Au alloys,

H. L. Peng, Th. Voigtmann, G. Kolland, H. Kobatake, and J. Brillo, 

Phys. Rev. B92, 184201 (2015).

 

7. Stress-versus temperature-induced structural evolution in metallic glasses, 

H. L. Peng, M. Z. Li, and W. H. Wang, 

Appl. Phys. Lett.102, 131908 (2013).

 

6. Evolution of structural and dynamic heterogeneities and activation energy distribution of deformation units in metallic glass,

W. Jiao, P. Wen, H. L. Peng, H. Y. Bai, B. A. Sun, W. H. Wang, 

Appl. Phys. Lett. 102, 101903 (2013).

 

5. Characterization of mechanical heterogeneity in amorphous solids,

H. L. Peng, M. Z. Li, B. A. Sun, and W. H. Wang, 

Journal of Applied Physics112, 023516 (2012).

 

4. The activation energy and volume of flow units of metallic glasses,

S.T. Liu, Z. Wang, H.L. Peng, H.B. Yu, W.H. Wang, 

Scripta Mater. 67, 9 (2012).

 

3. Structural Signature of Plastic Deformation in Metallic Glasses,

H. L. Peng, M. Z. Li, and W. H. Wang, 

Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 135503 (2011).

 

2. Homogeneous deformation of metallic glass at room temperature reveals large dilatation,

H.B. Ke, P. Wen, H.L. Peng, W.H. Wang and A.L. Greer, 

Scripta Mater.64, 966 (2011).

 

1. Effect of local structures and atomic packing on glass forming ability in CuxZr100−xmetallic glasses,

H. L. Peng, M. Z. Li, W. H. Wang, C.-Z. Wang, and K. M. Ho, 

Appl. Phys. Lett.96, 021901 (2010).