xiangping
Introduction

PING XIANG
 
Professor  
BEng, MEng, PhD (CityU HK), Post-Doc. MHKSME
Adjunct International Research fellow, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
  
School of Civil Engineering,
Central South University, Changsha, China.
Tel: (00086) 130 6691 cell phone/preferred); (00852) 6715 8027 (CityU office desk phone)
ORCID: 0000-0002-1636-4111. Mail address: P.O. Box NO. 79105, MongKok Post Office, Kowloon, Hong Kong. 
Email: pxiang2-c@my.cityu.edu.hk (CityU email ID);
pxiang@csu.edu.cn (CSU email)
Institutional personal homepage: http://faculty.csu.edu.cn/xiangping/zh_CN/index.htm
http://civil.csu.edu.cn/En_bk/?id=xiangping
 
Previous Research Topics & Personal Information                   
¡ñ Research Topics
Computational Continuum Mechanics and Mathematics with Mesh-free methods; 
Steel reinforced concrete; Earthquake & Structures; Structure Mechanics and Design;
Finite element methods; Multiscale modeling; atomistic-continuum modeling;
Optical fiber technology in Civil & Structural Engineering; Structural Health monitoring;
Biomechanics; Nano mechanics; Solid Mechanics; Numerical methods in engineering. 
¡ñ Language: English, Mandarin and Cantonese speaking.
 
Education Qualifications                                   
2009/09–2012/09: Doctor of Philosophy, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
1999/09–2006/07: Bachelor of Engineering & Master of Engineering in Mech. & Struct., PRC
 
Professional Experiences                       
2017  to date
Professor Job duty: Research, Teaching&Supervise Ms and PhD student
School of Civil Engineering Central South University, China.
2015/12 –2017 
Research Associate Job duty: Research and Seminars
Department of Arch & Civil Engineering, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2016/12 –2019/12
Adjunct International Research fellow, Job duty: Research and Seminars
Northwestern Polytechnical University, China.
2015/12 –2016/01
Visiting scholar Job duty: Research and Seminars
Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering. 
Swansea University, Wales, United Kingdom
2015/12 –2016/01
Visiting scholar Job duty: Research and Seminars
Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering.
Strathclyde University, Glasgow, United Kingdom
2012/12–2013/07
Research Project Engineer Job duty: Structural mechanical analysis and research
AECOM Company Limited, Hong Kong, Rural Committee Road, N. T. Hong Kong
2012/09–2012/11
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Job duty: Research and teaching assistant
Department of Civil & Arch Engineering, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2009/09-2012/07
Research & Teaching Assistant Job duty: Research and teaching assistant
Department of Building and construction, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
 
The university rankings
City University of Hong Kong is a world’s top 50 university (ranks world 49th) very excellent in research and teaching.
The City University of Hong Kong ranks:
¡ñ world 49th in the QS World University Rankings (2016-2017);
Central South University is a top 20 university (ranks 17th) in China, especially the Civil Engineering of Central South University ranks 6th in China.
According to 2016-2017 University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP), the Central South University ranks 191st in the world and 16th in China
                                                    
Selected Publications
(ISI/Scopus Journal)
1. Wang HP, Jiang LZ, Xiang Ping*(corresponding author). Priority design parameters of industrialized optical fiber sensors in civil engineering, Optics and Laser Technology, accepted for publication on Sep 21, 2017.
£¨SCI£© 
2. Yan JW, Tong LH, Xiang Ping*(corresponding author). Free vibration analysis of single-walled boron nitride nanotubes based on a computational mechanics framework. Superlattices and Microstructures, accepted for publication on Sep 11, 2017.
£¨SCI£© 
3. Deng Z, Hu Q, Zeng J, Xiang Ping*(corresponding author), Xu, C. C. (2017). Structural performance of steel-truss-reinforced composite joints under cyclic loading. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings. 
https://doi.org/10.1680/jstbu.16.00188; Published Online: June 14, 2017
£¨SCI£© 
4. Xiang Ping, Zhang LW and Liew KM, (2017). A third-order Cauchy-Born rule for modeling of microtubules based on the element-free framework. Composite Structures. 161: 215–226. doi: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.compstruct.2016.10.110
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 3.853£¬Ranks 2 in total 25 journals£© 
5. Xiang Ping, Zhang LW and Liew KM, (2016). A mesh-free computational framework for predicting vibration behaviors of microtubules in an elastic medium, Composite Structures, 149: 41-53. doi:10.1016/j.compstruct.2016.03.063.
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 3.853£¬Ranks 2 in total 25 journals£© 
6. Xiang Ping, Zhang LW and Liew KM, (2016). Meshfree simulation of temperature effects on the mechanical properties of microtubules. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 69: 104–118. doi:10.1016/j.enganabound.2016.05.006.
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 1.862£¬Ranks 20 in total 85 journals£© 
7. Xiang Ping, Zhang LW and Liew KM, (2015). Analysis of macromolecular microtubules using the potential-based matrix displacement method, Composite Structures, 127: 224-230. doi:10.1016/j.compstruct.2015.03.004.
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 3.853£¬Ranks 2 in total 25 journals£© 
8. Xiang Ping and Liew KM, (2013). A computational framework for transverse compression of microtubules based on a higher-order Cauchy–Born rule. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2013, 245: 14-30. 
doi:10.1016/j.cma.2012.10.013
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 3.467£¬Ranks 6 in total 135 journals£©
——A top 5% SCI journal, ranks No. 1 in Computational Mechanics
9. Xiang Ping and Liew KM, (2012). Free vibration analysis of microtubules based on an atomistic-continuum model. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 2012, 331(1): 213-230. doi:10.1016/ j.jsv.2011.08.024
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 2.107£¬Ranks 7 in total 32 journals£©
10. Xiang Ping and Liew KM, (2012). Dynamic behaviors of long and curved microtubules based on an atomistic-continuum model. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 2012, 223-224: 123-132. doi:10.1016/j.cma.2012.02.023
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 3.467£¬Ranks 6 in total 135 journals£©
——A top 5% SCI journal, ranks No. 1 in Computational Mechanics
11. Xiang Ping and Liew KM, (2011). Predicting buckling behavior of microtubules based on an atomistic-continuum model. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 2011, 48(11-12): 1730-1737. doi:10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2011.02.022
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 2.081£¬Ranks 30 in total 135 journals£©
12. Xiang Ping, Deng ZH, Su YS, Wang HP and Wan YF, (2016). Experimental investigation on joints between steel reinforced concrete T-shaped column and reinforced concrete beam under bidirectional low-cyclic reversed loading. Accepted by Advances in Structural Engineering. DOI: 10.1177/1369433216653841.
£¨SCI rank: Q3 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 0.577£¬Ranks 45 in total 61 journals£© 
13. Xiang Ping, Wang HP, (2016). Optical Fiber based Sensors for Distributed Strain Monitoring of Asphalt Pavements. Paper accepted by International Journal of Pavement Engineering. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10298436.2016.1211872
£¨SCI rank: Q3 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 0.877£¬Ranks 36 in total 61 journals£©
14. Wang HP, Xiang Ping(*) (corresponding author) (2016). Strain transfer analysis of optical fiber based sensors embedded in asphalt pavement structure. Measurement Science and Technology, 27: 075106 Accepted for publication on 05/May/2016. Article number: MST-103672.R1. doi:10.1088/0957-0233/27/7/075106.
£¨SCI rank: Q2 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 1.492£¬Ranks 26 in total 85 journals£© 
15. Wang HP, Xiang Ping(*) (corresponding author) (2016). and Li Xuan, Theoretical analysis on strain transfer error of FBG sensors attached on steel structures subjected to fatigue load. Strain, Accepted for publication on 23/May/2016. doi: 10.1111/str.12195.
£¨SCI rank: Q2 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 1.522£¬Ranks 9 in total 33 journals£© 
16. Liew KM, Xiang Ping and Zhang LW, (2015). Mechanical properties and characteristics of microtubules: A review, Composite Structures, 123: 98-108. doi:10.1016/j.compstruct. 2014.12.020
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 3.853£¬Ranks 2 in total 25 journals£©
17. Liew KM, Xiang Ping, and Sun YZ, (2011). A continuum mechanics framework and a constitutive model for predicting the orthotropic elastic properties of microtubules. Composite Structures, 93(7): 1809-1818. doi:10.1016/j.compstruct.2011.01.017.
£¨SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category£¬Impact factor 3.853£¬Ranks 2 in total 25 journals£©
18. Wang HP, Zhou Z, Huang Y, Xiang Ping, Ou JP, (2015). Strain transfer mechanism of quadrate-packaged FBG sensors embedded in rectangular structures, Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring, 5(4): 469-480. DOI: 10.1007/s13349-015-0131-x. 
(SCI)
19. Wang HP, Xiang Ping(*),(2016). Optimization design method of optical fiber sensors based on the strain transfer theory, Optics and Precision Engineering, 2016, paper accepted for publication on 06/April/2016, number gxjmgc2016-0073.
DOI is to be released within 3 months. 
(Scopus, EI, SCImago, SJR indicator 0.55)
20. Xiang Ping, et al. (2014). Cost design optimization of concrete transfer beam structures, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Transactions. 21(3), 178-191, DOI: 10.1080/1023697X.2014.948532
(Scopus, EI, SCImago, SJR indicator 0.11)
(Submitted SCI journal papers with peer review process)
S1. Xiang Ping, Wang H. (2016). Full-scale smart monitoring of large-span pavements based on optical fiber sensing techniques. Construction & Building Materials. (Paper submitted and under peer review)
£¨SCI submitted and under peer review£© 
S2. Xiang Ping, Tong LH, Yan JW. (2016). Free vibration analysis of single-walled boron nitride nanotubes using a multi-scale computational framework. International Journal of Solids and Structures. (Paper submitted and under peer review)
£¨SCI submitted and under peer review£© 
S3. Wang HP, Xiang Ping(*) (2016). Strain transfer error analysis of optical fiber based sensors by considering the influence of local interfacial debonding. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering. (Paper submitted and under peer review)
£¨SCI submitted and under peer review£© 
S4. Xiang Ping, Liew KM. (2016). Sensitive analysis of microtubule-based mass detector. Applied Physics Letters. (Paper submitted and under peer review)
£¨SCI submitted and under peer review£© 
S5. Hu Q, Deng Z, Xiang Ping(*) (2016): The seismic behavior and optimal design of shear walls with steel truss coupling beam. Earthquakes and Structures, an International Journal. (Paper submitted and under peer review)
£¨SCI submitted and under peer review£© 
(Other journal)
21. Xiang Ping, (2016). Structural Performances of Steel Reinforced ConcreteSpecial Shaped Column-Beam Joints Under Bidirectional Low-Cyclic Reversed Loading. Paper accepted by American Journal of Civil Engineering. 
22. Wan YF, Xiang Ping and Li YF, (2005). The effect of thickness of slab on the seismic performance of super high-rise building structure, Journal of Guangxi Institute of Technology, 16(4): 52-56.
23. Deng ZH, Tang GX, Xiang Ping, Wan YF, Su YS and Zhang XD, (2010). Experimental study on seismic behavior of SRC T-shaped column joints under low cyclic reversed loading, Building Structure, 40(6): 44-47.
(Conference and Presentations/ISTP)
24. Xiang Ping*, Zou XK, Zhang Juan, Chan Edward SC. (2013). Multi-scale modeling and mesh-free simulation of mechanical properties of microtubule structures. The 6th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure, Hong Kong, Dec, SHMII-6.
25. Zou XK, Xiang Ping*, Zhang Juan, Chan Edward SC. (2013). Experimental investigations on the ductility of SRC column-beam joints under reversed-cyclic loading. The 6th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure, Hong Kong, Dec, SHMII-6.
26. Xiang Ping, Liew KM and Sun YZ, (2010). Computational of elastic properties of microtubules in eukaryotic cells. City U and USTC Joint Research Forum.
27. Deng ZH, Tang GX, Xiang Ping and Wang XY. (2008). Experimental study on joints of steel reinforced concrete column under two-direction low-cyclic reversed loading. Proceedings of the 10th international symposium on structural engineering for young experts, Vols I and II, Changsha. (Scopus, ISTP included: Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings)
28. Deng ZH, Xiang Ping, Wan YF and Li YF, (2005). The seismic response analysis of damper-control frame structure with podium. The 14th national academic conference on structural engineering. Vol 3, 171-174, Yantai.
29. Deng ZH, Fan YS, Xiang Ping and Wan YF. (2005). Experimental research on joints of prestressed concrete beam and concrete column with core of concrete filled steel tube under low-cyclic reversed loading. 30th Our World in Concrete and Structures (OWICs), Singapore, 2005. http://cipremier.com/100030026.
30. Deng ZH, Wan YF, Xiang Ping and Li YF, (2005). The effect of thickness of slab to the seismic performance of super high-rise building structure with strengthened storey, The 14th national academic conference on structural engineering. Vol 3, 74-78, Yantai.
Degree Thesis
31. Doctor of Philosophy
Thesis title: The development of computational frameworks for mechanical characterization of microtubules. Call No. QH603.M44 X53 2012, 186 leaves : ill. 30 cm. degree (Ph.D.)—City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Finished by Xiang Ping, Department of Architectural and Civil Engineering, on July, 2012, http://lib.cityu.edu.hk/record=b4199901.
32. Master of Engineering
Thesis title: Experiment research on joints of steel reinforced concrete special-shaped column and reinforced concrete beam under low cyclic reversed loading, degree (M.Eng.)—PRC, 2006.
 
 
As Keynote Speaker to the International Conferences
1. 2016 International Conference on Civil Engineering (ICCIVIL2016)
Dec 15-16, 2016, Shanghai, China.
2. The 2017 International Conference on Building Materials and Civil Engineering (BMCE2017), Guangzhou, China, December 15th-17th, 2017.
3. EMN Americas Meetings-Energy Materials Nanotechnology, from October 2nd to 6th, 2017. Orlando, the USA.
4. As Chair/Speaker, BIT's 8th World Gene Convention-2017 (WGC-2017), held during November 13-15, 2017 in Macao, China.
 
 
As Committee Member to the International Conferences
Served as Technical Program Committee member of the conferences: 
1. The 2nd Annual International Conference on Energy, Environmental & Sustainable Ecosystem Development (EESED2016)
August 26-28, 2016. Kunming, Yunnan, China.
2. International Conference on Materials, Chemistry and Environmental Engineering (ICMCEE) 
Feb. 18-19, 2017, Ottawa, Canada.
3. The Second International Conference on Civil Engineering and Materials Science (ICCEMS 2017)
May 26-28, 2017, Seoul, Korea.
4. 2016 International Conference on Civil Engineering (ICCIVIL2016)
Dec 15-16, 2016, Shanghai, China.
5. The 2017 Global Conference on Polymer and Composite Materials (PCM 2017) 
May 23rd to 25th, 2017, Gaungzhou, Guangdong Province, China.
6. 2017 2nd International Conference on Automation, Control and Robotics Engineering (CACRE 2017)
June 28-30, Prague, Czech
7. 2017 2nd International Conference on Renewable Energy and Conversation (ICREC 2017). June 12-14, 2017, in Perth, Australia.
8. 2017 International Conference on Structure and Civil Engineering Research (ICSCER 2017). Bali, Indonesia, during1-3, 2017.
9. Scientific Advisory Board Member. The 5th Annual Conference of AnalytiX-2017 (AnalytiX-2017). March 22-24, 2017, Fukuoka, Japan.
10. ICNME 2018: The 6th International Conference on Nanomaterials and Materials Engineering Langkawi, Malaysia, March 23-25, 2018
 
 
Invited Talks, Seminar & Presentations
1. University of Wales, Swansea, Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering, Wales, United Kingdom, “Atomistic-continuum modeling for the mechanical properties of microtubules”, 8/Dec/2015.
2. National Kunsan University, South Korean, “Multiscale meshfree modeling for the mechanical properties of microtubules and future work with potential in peridynamics” 28/Dec/2015.
3. Strathclyde University, Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Glasgow, United Kingdom, “Simulation for the mechanical properties of microtubules”, 11/Dec/2015. 
4. Wuhan University, Department of Civil and Architecture Engineering, Wuhan, China, International academic forum for interdisciplinary researches; “Multiscale meshfree simulation for the mechanical properties of microtubules”, 10/April/2016. 
5. Lanzhou University, Department of Civil Engineeing and Mechanics, Lanzhou, China. Invited talk title: Multiscale meshfree modeling of the mechanical behaviors of mcrotubules. 06/Jul/2016.
6. Yuelu Forum of International Young Scholars (Winter Forum), Department of Civil Engineeing, Hunan University, Changsha, China. Invited talk title: Multiscale meshfree modeling of the mechanical behaviors of mcrotubules. 26 to 28 December 2016.
7. Country-Garden Property Forum, Future Leader’s forum. Shunde City, Guangdong Province, China. 28-30/Oct/2016.
8. Silk Road International Symposium for Distinguished Young Scholars (SRIS, 2016), Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, Xi’an Jiaotong University. Xi’an. 20 to 22 December 2016.
9. Aoxiang Forum for Distinguished Young Scholars, Department of Civil Engineeing and Mechanics. Northwestern Polytechnical University. Xi’an. 20 to 22 December 2016.
10. 2017 Global Scientist Forum, Department of Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China. Sunday, March 19, 2017 to Monday, March 20, 2017, Shenzhen, China.
11. The third “PEIYANG Forum for Young Scholars” at Tianjin University from April 18 th to April21 st, 2017.
                                                 
 
Research Projects
(As principal investigator)
1. Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies, Conference Grant for Research Degree Students, HKD10,000, 2012.— Principal Investigator (PI)
(As major participant)
2. Investigation of Fire Resistance of Film-protected Glass Facades (HK-RGC General Research Fund 11261216, 2017-2019, HKD 844,559, On-going) 
3. Investigation into the Behavior and Breakage of Glass Facades during Fires (HK-RGC 11300215, On-going) 
4. Investigation of the Fire Resistance and Mechanical Properties of Composite Structures Strengthened with Nanomaterials (HK-RGC 11208914, On-going)
5. Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of the Biomechanical Behavior of Macromolecular Structures (HK-RGC 9041674, On-going) 
6. Implementation of Mesh-free Method for Refined Continuum Analysis of Carbon Nanotubes Based on the Higher-Order Cauchy-Born Rule (HK-RGC 7002204, Completed)
7. Computational Mechanics investigation of Biostructures. China National Natural Science Foundation (Grant No.11172253)
8. Design optimization of concrete transfer beam structures. AECOM Company Limited (Project No. 08112146)
 
 
Reviewer for the following journals and international conferences Proceedings
1.  Archive of Applied Mechanics
2.  Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
3.  Applied Mathematical Modeling
4.  Mathematical problems in engineering
5.  The Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings
6.  The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers – Transactions
7.  Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Structures and Buildings
8.  Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure, SHMII-6 2013. Hong Kong
9. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Conference on Energy, Environmental & Sustainable Ecosystem Development (EESED2016)
10. Proceedings of the International Conference on Materials, Chemistry and Environmental Engineering (ICMCEE2016)
11. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Civil Engineering and Materials Science (ICCEMS 2017)
12. Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Civil Engineering (ICCIVIL2016)
13. Proceedings of the 2017 Global Conference on Polymer and Composite Materials (PCM 2017)
14. Proceedings of the 2017 2nd International Conference on Automation, Control and Robotics Engineering (CACRE 2017)
15. Proceedings of the 2017 2nd International Conference on Renewable Energy and Conversation (ICREC 2017). June 12-14, 2017, in Perth, Australia.
16. Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Structure and Civil Engineering Research (ICSCER 2017)
17. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference of AnalytiX-2017 (AnalytiX-2017). 
 
 
Scholarship and Awards
1. Outstanding Academic Performance Award, awarded by City University of Hong Kong, with overall GPA 4.10 (out of 4.30), 2012.
2. Research Postgraduate Studentship, awarded by City University of Hong Kong, from 2009 to 2012 (Full scholarship covering tuition fee and living expenses)
3. Research Tuition Scholarship, awarded by City University of Hong Kong. 2012.
4. Outstanding Academic Performance Award for Research Degree Students, awarded by City University of Hong Kong, 2010.
5. Research Tuition Scholarship, awarded by City University of Hong Kong. 2011.
6. Technical Paper Award to Professional Institutions, Academic and Learned Societies Q1 Financial Year 2015, AECOM Company Limited, Hong Kong.
7. Excellent Master Degree thesis award, 2006.
8. Outstanding University Graduates award, 2003.
                                              
 
Professional Qualifications and Membership of Academic Societies
Qualified Secondary Professional Engineer—PRC, Guangdong Province Personnel Bureau issued in July 2008. 
Member of Hong Kong Society of Mechanical Engineers (HKSME). Membership number is m20161013001. 2016/10/13
Member of International Association of Advanced Materials. Membership number is 829718521982. 2017/01/18
Member of International Association of Engineers. Member Number: 184650. 2017/02/02
                                                 
 
Major Consultant Projects 
I designed more than 20 projects including schools, hospitals and residential buildings during my working as structural engineer. My responsibilities included analysis and design of building structures (column, beam, foundation, etc.), writing/reviewing final design reports, compiling design documents/drawings to be used during construction process, and performing engineering cost estimates for bid items and develop project scheduling. I also performed a supervisory role on construction projects; liaising with and working alongside owners, architects, engineers, construction managers, and supervisors.
I was a Project Engineer (acting project design manager) in charge of the structural discipline in some major design projects, including:
 
1. Hong Kong West Kowloon Terminus (WKT) station-MTR, Hong Kong—Underground structural.  
2. Hong Kong International Airport Expansion ITT building, Hong Kong—Concrete frame structure.  
3. Hong Kong International Airport Expansion T2 A&A work, Hong Kong—Concrete frame structure.  
4. Wuhan Hunglung Property Square 330m high commercial tower development, design finished in Hong Kong—Core tube Composite Structure.  
5. Residential Development of Tsuen Wan West by Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited, Hong Kong—Concrete Shear-wall structure with transfer plate.  
6. Super High-rise office tower and service apartment building design in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, New world Property developer project, Hong Kong—Core tube Composite Structure.  
7. Hong Shui Kiu resident area building design, developed by Hong Kong Housing Department, Hong Kong—Shear wall structure with transfer at low lever.  
8. Pat Heung Deport modification works, IMB/P-way workshop, MTR, Hong Kong—Steel bent structure.  
9£® Prestress spectator stand of lecture hall: post-tension concrete suspended beam structure—Prestressed concrete structure;
10. Chengfeng and Guanlan Ge, a part of a real estate project of Nanning City named “THHY” —Frame and shear wall structure;
11. Retaining wall of a real estate project of Nanning City named “LP residential district” —A supporting system with piles in row;
12. Pump house of a real estate project of Nanning City named “WX residence” —Masonry structure;
13. Structure of patients’ room of the second affiliated hospital of Guangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine—Steel structure;
14. Retaining wall of the Nanning Municipal Party College of C.P.C; Entrance gate of main building—Masonry structure;
15. Model A and D33 buildings from No. 1# to No.10# of a real estate project of “HS international” —bottom frame-masonry structure. Buildigns No. 4#, 5#, 6#, 7#, 14#, 18#, 19# of “HS international” —Bottom frame-masonry structure;
16. Model villa of a real estate project of Nanning City named “BG Green”—Reinforced concrete frame structure;
17. Buildigns No. 4#, 5#, 6#, 7#, 14#, 18#, 19# of a real estate project of “HS international” —Bottom frame-masonry structure;
18. Office-residence building of earthquake bureau of Guangxi Province (31 floors above the ground with double-storey basement under the ground) 98.4 meters-high building with twin towers and large chassis —Frame and shear wall structure;
19. Office building Wuxi international trade mansion—140 meters-high building, main tower —RC core tube and frame-shearwall structure with structural transfer;
20. Bi Guiyuan residential district, Shanwei, Guangdong Province (multi-tower structure with a large podium and basement) —frame and shear wall structure;
21. Guotai commercial building, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province—RC core tube and frame-shearwall structure with structural transfer
22. Dafen village residential building, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province—Frame and shear wall structure;
23. Vanke villa for building industry revolution, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province—Reinforced concrete frame structure with part of steel.
24. Shenzhen information professional education college, New main campus -Shenzhen, Guangdong Province—Frame and shear wall structure;
25. Shenzhen college of professional technician education, New main campus, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province—Frame and shear wall structure;