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Dr. Xiaomei WAN

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Qingdao Technological University, Qingdao, China
Civil Engineering School, Qingdao Technological University, 11 Fushun Road, Qingdao, Shandong Province, China 266033
Brief Curriculum Vitae
1993 - 1997 Undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering at Qingdao Technological University(BS)
1997 - 2003 Assistant, at Qingdao Technological University
1999 - 2002 Graduate studies in Structural Engineering at Qingdao Technological University(MS)
2003 - 2008 Lecture, at Qingdao Technological University
2005 - 2011 PhD-studies in Structural Engineering at Xi’an University of Architecture & Technology (PhD)
2009 – Present Associate Professor, at Qingdao Technological University
Research interests related to the TDC
Wan Xiaomei, PhD, Associate Professor at School of Civil Engineering, Qingdao Technological University, China. Her doctoral studies concern the deterioration mechanism of reinforced concrete structures under combined mechanical and environmental action and related service life prediction. At present her main work involves durability research of concrete structures and teaching the course of civil engineering materials.
I intend to co-operate primarily in the following group during the initial phase:
Ö Group Acontributing to the literature review
Relevant Publications
1. X. Wan, F. H. Wittmann and T. Zhao. Influence of Mechanical Load on Service Life of Reinforced Concrete Structures under Dominant Influence of Carbonation. Restoration of Buildings and Monuments, Vol. 17, No. 2, 2011: 103–110
2. Xiaomei Wan, Weiqun Cao, Tiejun Zhao and Hong Fan. Service Life Prediction based on Carbonation Reliability Theory for Reinforced Concrete under Mechanical Loads. International Conference on Civil Engineering, Architecture and Building Materials (CEABM 2011) Advanced Materials Research, Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland, 243-249 (2011): 1156-1162
3. X. M. Wan, T. J. Zhao, H.D. Shen, W.Q. Cao. Chloride in Pore Solution of Cementitious Materials. Proceedings of the 7th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CEMENT & CONCRETE ISCC2010MAY 912, 2010, Jinan, China. Foreign Languages Press, 2010: 973-979
4. WAN Xiao-mei, F. H. Wittmann, ZHAO Tie-jun, Jiang Fu-xiang. Chloride Penetration into Concrete. 2nd International Conference on ADVANCES in CO NCRETE & STRUCTURES. Hunan University, Changsha, China. June 19-21, Key Engineering MaterialsTrans Tech PublicationsSwitzerland2008400-4022009: 181-186EIISTP
5. Xiaomei WAN, Tiejun ZHAO, Fuxiang JIANG, Qing SU. Experimental Research on Carbonation Performance of Mechanical Loaded Concrete. PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH SYMPOSIUM ON STRAIT CROSSINGS, TRONDHEIM, NORWAY JUNE 21–24, 2009: 525-530
6. WAN Xiaomei, ZHAO Tiejun, LI Qiuyi, JIANG Fuxiang. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON DURABILITY OF LINING CONCRETE OF QINGDAO JIAOZHOU BAY SUBSEA TUNNEL STRUCTURE. 第八届海峡两岸隧道与地下工程学术与技术研讨会论文集. 2009. 11Taipei: B28-1~B28-7 (in Chinese)
7. WAN Xiaomei, QI Haitao, ZHAO Tiejun. Experimental research on the relation between the permeability and the mechanical properties of concrete. Sichuan Building Science, 2008. N. 4, V. 34: 193-195(in Chinese)
8. WAN Xiao-mei, TIAN Li, ZHAOTie-jun. Experim ental research on the test methods for chloride penetration in concrete in design regulation for durability of concret e structures. Concrete, 2007.2.:5-7(in Chinese)
9.WAN Xiao-mei, TIAN Li, SU Qing, ZHAO Tie-jun. Electric conductivity of pore solution and permeability of concrete evaluated by electric method. J. Xi’an Univ. of Arch. & Tech. (Natural Science Edition), V. 392007. 3.: 327-332
10. WAN Xiao-mei, SU Qing, ZHAO Tie-jun, LI Qiu-yi. Experimental research on the test methods for chloride penetration in concrete in Design Regulation for Durability of Concrete Structures. The Second International Conference on Structural Condition Assessment, Monitoring and Improvement (SCAMI-2), 19-21 November 2007, Changsha, China. 1304-1308ISTP
11. WAN Xiao-mei, TIAN Wei, ZHAO Tie-jun, SU Qing. Water permeability coefficient and alternating current conductivity of concrete. Journal of Qingdao Technological University, V28, N4, 2007: 14-18(in Chinese)
12. Xu Tinghua, Tian Li, Wan Xiaomei. Research on Durability of Coastal Reinforced Concrete Structures in China. Innovation & Sustainability of Structures, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Innovation & Sustainability of Structures in Civil Engineering. Vol. 2. Southeast University Press. 2005.11: 997-1007 (ISTP)
13. F. Beltzung, F. H. Wittmann, Xiaomei Wan. Influence of Alkali Content on Creep and Shrinkage of Cement-based materials. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Microstructure Relerated Durability of Cementitious Composites, 13-15 October 2008, Nanjing, Rilem Publications S. A. R. L, 905-915
14. Cao Qiwei, Wan Xiaomei, Zhao Tiejun, Wan Xinghui. Effect of Mechanical Loading on Chloride Penetration into Concrete. Proceedings of the International Conference on Durability of Concrete StructuresHangzhouChinaZhejiang University Press2008283-288 ISBN 978-7-308-06391-3ISTP
15. Su Qing, Wan Xiaomei, Zhao Tiejun, Hu Chunhong. Experimental Research on Influence of Humidity on Moisture Diffusion in Cementitious Composites. Jianzhu Jiegou Xuebao. 30(Suppl. 2), 2009: 319-323 EI
16. Su QingWan XiaomeiZhao Tiejun. Statistical analysis of factors affecting the durable life of concrete structures exposed to chloride environment. Concrete, 2010.5.:16-20, 24
17. Weiqun Cao, Xiaomei Wan, Tiejun Zhao.Quality Control and Service Life Prediction of Concrete Structures in Severe Marine Environment. Edited by the International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers. Proceedings of the 20th International Offshore (Ocean) and Polar Engineering Conference. June 20-26, 2010. Beijing, China, Omni press. 46-50
18. Weiqun Cao, Xiaomei Wan and Tiejun Zhao. Influencing Parameters Analysis of Chloride Threshold Value on Reinforcements Embedded in Concrete. Advanced Materials Research, Trans Tech PublicationsSwitzerland,250-253 (2011): 202-206