LePing Li, PhD
Schulich School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Office: +1 (403) 210-7537
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Industrial partners for research in applied mechanics, e.g., failure mechanics of buried energy pipelines, and orthopaedic biomechanics
BSc Civil Engineering (Solid Mechanics), Wuhan University,
Doctor of Philosophy Mechanical Engineering (Applied Mechanics), Ben Gurion University,
MSc Civil Engineering (Computational Mechanics), Wuhan University,
Areas of Research
Dr. Li's recent research is focused on the mechanics and mechanobiology of articular cartilage and human/animal knee joints, using both computational and experimental methods. He also works on numerical analysis of soil-pipe interaction and other engineering structures.
His recent research contributions include the development of a fibril-reinforced theory of articular cartilage, which has been frequently cited in the area of cartilage mechanics. He pioneered the study of fluid pressure load support in patient-specific knee joint models and creep measurement of human knees
Participation in university strategic initiatives
|Course number||Course title||Semester|
|ENME 317||Mechanics of Deformable Solids I||2022|
|ENME 479||Mechanics of Deformable Solids II||Winter 2019|
|ENME 619.28||Mechanics of Porous and Viscous Materials||Winter 2020|
|ENER 360||Mechanics of Materials for Energy Engineering||Fall 2020|
|ENGG 349||Dynamics for Mechanical Engineering students||Fall 2018|
|ENME 631||Numerical Methods for Engineers||Winter 2017|
Please follow this link: Computational Poromechanics of Knee Joint
Please follow this link: Energy Pipelines
- Schulich School of Engineering, Research Achievement Award, Schulich School of Engineering. 2018
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