Dr. Xuhao Cui: Leading Researcher in Transportation engineering
🎉 Congratulations Dr. Xuhao Cui on Winning the Best Paper Award! 🏆 Your dedication to research, mentorship, and collaboration with international teams is truly commendable. This award is a testament to your outstanding work and the impact it has on the broader community.
- Received B.S. degree in civil engineering from Lanzhou Jiaotong University in 2016.
- Attained Ph.D. in road & railway engineering from Beijing Jiaotong University in 2022.
🚄 Currently serving as a postdoctoral fellow at Beijing University of Technology and as a lecturer.
🔍 Research Interests: Specializes in the in-service performance of track structure infrastructure.
💡 Achievements: Secured funding from the National Natural Science Foundation of China in 2023 and the Central University Basic Research Business Fee project in 2019.
👨💼 Professional Experience: Hosted and participated in multiple projects, contributing to the field of railway track infrastructure.
📄 Publication Top Noted:
- Effects of lateral differential settlement of the subgrade on deformation behavior and damage evolution of CRTS II slab track
🔬 Research Contributions:
- Developed an improved bilinear mixed mode cohesive force model for simulating interlayer bonding damage behavior in ballastless track structures.
- Established an instability and arch analysis model for longitudinal continuous slab ballastless track structures under complex temperature action.
- Conducted morphological reconstruction of irregular shapes of railway ballast, proposing technology for delaying ballast degradation.
🏆 Impact: Has tremendous influence in the industry, making significant contributions to the safe construction and service of railway track infrastructure.
👨🏫 Contribution to Research & Development:
- Established a spatial nonlinear coupled dynamic model of high-speed train ballastless track subgrade system.
- Explored interlayer gap and arch deformation laws of longitudinal continuous slab ballastless track structure under complex temperature action and joint damage.
- Developed a coupling analysis method between train ballast bed discrete element and finite element, as well as a simulation method for ballast fragmentation and degradation.
- Proposed technology for delaying ballast degradation based on the combination of track optimization and structural vibration reduction.