Associate Prof. Xiaoqing Zhang
Xiao-qing Zhang received the B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xian, China, in 2004, and the M.S. degree and the Ph.D. in mechanical design and theories from Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China, in 2006 and 2014, respectively.
Xiao-qing Zhang is currently an associate professor of Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering at the Beijing Technology and Business University (BTBU). Her research interests focus on food machinery, micro gas bearing lubrication and rotor-dynamics.
1. Zhang Xiaoqing, Wang Xiaoli, Si Lina, et al, Effects of Temperature on Nonlinear Dynamic Behavior of Gas Journal Bearing-rotor Systems for Microengine, Tribology Transactions, 2016,59(5):944-956
2. Zhang Xiaoqing, Wang Xiaoli, Zhang Yuyan. Non-linear Dynamic Analysis of the Ultra-short Micro Gas Journal Bearing-Rotor Systems Considering Viscous Friction Effects [J]. Nonlinear Dynamics, 2013, 73(1-2): 751-765.
3. Zhang Xiaoqing, Wang Xiaoli, Liu Ren. Effects of Microfabrication Defects on the Performance of Gas Bearings with High Aspect Ratio in Microengine [J]. Tribology International, 2012.48:207-215.
4. Zhang Xiaoqing, Wang Xiaoli, Liu Ren, Wang Ben. Influence of Temperature on Nonlinear Dynamic Characteristics of Spiral-Grooved Gas-Lubricated Thrust Bearing-Rotor Systems for Microengine[J]. Tribology International, 2013,61:138-143.