Jingjing Liu is a PhD candidate in the Department of Wood Science, timber engineering group under the supervision of Prof Frank Lam. His research interests lie on structural tests, finite element analysis and structural reliability analysis. His current project is to investigate the seismic performance of mid-rise Cross-Laminated Timber structures.

– Developing innovative shear cores using Cross-Laminated Timber panels and coupling beams for mid-rise wooden buildings.

– Investigating the structural behavior of typical connectors in North America`s heavy timber systems under complex stress using a mechanistic-based numerical model verified by corresponding connection tests.

– Customizing a computer program to conduct structural analysis and reliability analysis for the developed structural type using user-defined mechanistic-based connection models.

Specialties:

– Earthquake Engineering

– Timber Engineering

– Structural Optimization

– Seismic Analysis and Reliability Analysis

 

Xilin Lu, Ye Cui, Jingjing Liu, Wenjun Gao (2015). “Shaking table test and numerical simulation of a 1/2‐scale self‐centering reinforced concrete frame.” Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics.

Jingjing Liu, Frank Lam (2014). “Numerical Simulation for the seismic behaviour of mid-rise CLT shear walls with coupling beams”, 2014 World Conference on Timber Engineering, Quebec City, Canada.

Xilin Lu, Ye Cui, Jingjing Liu (2013), “Shaking table test of a large-scale self-centering reinforced concrete frame”, Proceedings of 10th CUEE, Tokyo, Japan.

Jingjing Liu, Xilin Lu, Ying Zhou, et al. (2012), “Design and construction for a large-scale seismic model of self-centering reinforced concrete frame”, Science paper Online. (in Chinese)

Xilin Lu, Ye Cui, Jingjing Liu, et al. (2012), “Shaking table test of a large-scale self-centering reinforced concrete frame”, Journal of Building Structures. (in Chinese)