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His name is Shi Fang and born in 1988 in China. He graduated with a doctoral degree in solid mechanics from China University of Mining and Technology in 2015. Then he continued his postdoctoral research work at University of Science and Technology of China. He started his career as a teacher in Huaiyin Institute of Technology from 2017. His research mainly focuses the computational solid mechanics and its application.

E-mail: shifang@hyit.edu.cn


Published papers

[1] Wang D B, Shi F, Yu B, Sun D L, Li X H, Han D X, Tan Y X. A numerical study on the diversion mechanisms of fracture networks in tight reservoirs with frictional natural fractures [J]. Energies, 2018, 11(11), 3035. Click here to download this paper

[2] Shi F, Wang X L, Liu C, Liu H, Wu H A. An XFEM-based numerical model to calculate conductivity of propped fracture considering proppant transport, embedment and crushing [J]. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2018, 167: 615-626. Click here to download this paper

[3] Wang X L, Shi F, Lu D T, Liu H, Wu H A. Extended finite element simulation of fracture network propagation in formation containing frictional and cemented natural fractures [J]. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2018, 50: 309-324. Click here to download this paper

[4] Liu C, Shi F, Zhang Y P, Zhang Y G, Deng D W, Wang X L, Liu H, Wu H A. High injection rate stimulation for improving the fracture complexity in tight-oil sandstone reservoirs [J]. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2017, 42: 133-141. Click here to download this paper

[5] Shi FWang X LLiu CLiu HWu H A. An XFEM-based method with reduction technique for modeling hydraulic fracture propagation in formations containing frictional natural fractures [J]. Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2017, 173: 64-90. Click here to download this paper

[6] Shi F, Wang X L, Liu C, Liu H, Wu H A. A coupled extended finite element approach for modeling hydraulic fracturing in consideration of proppant [J]. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2016, 33: 885-897. Click here to download this paper

[7] Wang X L, Shi F, Liu H, Wu H A. Numerical simulation of hydraulic fracturing in orthotropic formation based on the extended finite element method [J]. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2016, 33: 56-69. Click here to download this paper

[8] Shi F, Gao F, Yang Y G. Application of the extended finite element method to study crack propagation problems of orthotropic rock mass (in Chinese) [J]. Rock and Soil Mechanics, 2014, 35(4):1203-1210. Click here to download this paper

[9] Shi F, Gao F, Li X R, Shen X M. Modeling initiation and propagation of main and secondary cracks of rock under combined compression and shear loading using extended finite element method (in Chinese) [J]. Rock and Soil Mechanics, 2014, 35(4): 1809-1817. Click here to download this paper

[10] Shi F, Gao F, Gao Y N. Crack propagation terminating at a bimaterial interface studied using extended finite element method (in Chinese) [J]. Science & Technology Review, 2014, 32(23): 15-21. Click here to download this paper

[11] Shi F, Cheng H M, Xu A B. Damage evolution law research of slope based on ANSYS second development[J]. Journal of University of JiNan, 2012, 26(2): 217-220. Click here to download this paper


Published books

[1] Shi F. Second development of ANSYS and its applications (in Chinese) [M]. Beijing: China Water and Power Press, 2012. Learn more about this book


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