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Chen Zhu

Research Associate

Ph: + 61 2 9036 6417
Fax: + 61 2 9351 7682

D.Phil in Materials Science, Trinity College, University of Oxford, 2010
M.Eng in Materials Physics and Chemistry, USTB, 2004
B.Sc in Materials Physics, University of Science and Technology Beijing, 2001

As a research associate in the centre, Chen focuses on using different techniques, mainly three dimensional atom probe and TEM, to characterize the nanoscale features in varies of engineering steels

Research project
Chen is working with Professor Simon Ringer and Dr. Julie Cairney on “Optimisation of nanostructure in new microalloyed strip cast steels”. He is particularly interested in using atom probe tomography and TEM to study the strengthening effects of Nb/V during ageing in BlueScope CastripĀ® steels.

Selected publications

  1. Chen Zhu, X.Y. Xiong, A. Cerezo, R. Hardwicke, G Krauss and G.D.W. Smith, “Three-dimensional atom probe characterization of alloy element partitioning in cementite during tempering of alloy steel”, Ultramicroscopy, Volume 107, Issue 9, September 2007, Pages 808-812
  2. Chen Zhu and Xingfang Wu, “HRTEM Study of Ni3(Ti, Mo) Precipitates in 18Ni(C350) Maraging Steel (Post)”, Proceedings of the International Beijing Conference and Exhibition on Instrumental Analysis (BCEIA), pp. A105-A108, 2003

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