Hao Li

Hao Li
Chongqing University | CQU · Department of Physics

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Wave propagation and diffusive transport phenomena are influenced by the mechanical discontinuities in material. This study shows that certain bulk properties of the network of low-velocity mechanical discontinuities (e.g. air-filled cracks) in a material can be characterized by processing compressional-wave travel times using traditional data-driv...
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Accurate subsurface geomechanical characterization is critical for fossil and geothermal energy recovery and extraction of earth resources. Compressional and shear travel time logs (DTC and DTS) acquired using sonic logging tools facilitate subsurface geomechanical characterization, such as brittleness, elastic moduli, and rock consolidation. In th...
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Subsurface nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) logs acquired in the wellbore environment are sensitive to fluid-filled pore size distribution, fluid mobility, permeability, and porosity in the near-wellbore reservoir volume. NMR response of a formation layer is processed to extract the T2 distribution, which approximates the fluid-filled pore size dis...
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Polymer/ceramic layered composite electrolytes have become promising electrolytes for Li metal batteries (LMBs) due to their high ionic conductivity, good mechanical properties, favorable wettability and excellent chemical stability to Li metal. However, the complexity of the preparation process and the increased interfacial resistance have hindere...
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Compressional–travel–time (DTC) and shear–travel–time (DTS) logs acquired using sonic–logging tools are crucial for subsurface geomechanical characterization. In this study, 13 “easy–to–acquire” conventional logs were processed using six shallow–regression–type supervised–learning models—namely, ordinary least squares (OLS), partial least squares (...
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Lithium metal batteries (LMBs) possessing ultrahigh energy density are promising next‐generation battery systems, but the short cycle life and safety concerns caused by the uncontrollable growth of lithium dendrites impede their broad applications. Herein, to address these issues, an ultrarobust composite gel electrolyte (CGE) that can effectively...
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A new composite gel polymer electrolyte (PEO-Bp-LATP) membrane consisting of poly-ethylene oxide (PEO), benzophenone (Bp) and varying amounts of highly ion-conducting lithium aluminum titanium phosphate (LATP) particles was prepared by significant Ultraviolet (UV) technology. The as-prepared PEO-Bp-LATP electrolyte membranes showed improved mechani...
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Downhole nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) logs acquired in the borehole environment are valuable for subsurface characterization because they contain information about the pore size distribution, fluid composition, fluid saturation, fluid mobility, formation permeability, and porosity. NMR log acquisition can be challenging due to operational and f...
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Compressional and shear travel time logs (DTC and DTS) acquired using sonic logging tools are crucial for subsurface geomechanical characterization. In this study, 13 ‘easy-to-acquire’ conventional logs were processed using 6 shallow learning models, namely ordinary least squares (OLS), partial least squares (PLS), elastic net (EN), LASSO, multivar...
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Polymer/ceramic layered composite electrolytes have become the promising electrolytes for Li metal batteries (LMBs) due to their high ionic conductivity, good mechanical properties, favorable wettability and excellent chemical stability with Li metal. However, the complexity of the preparation process and the increased interface impedance have hind...
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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is used in geological characterization to investigate the internal structure of geomaterials filled with fluids containing ¹H and ¹³C nuclei. Subsurface NMR measurements are generally acquired as well logs that provide information about fluid mobility and fluid-filled pore size distribution. Acquisition of subsurfac...
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High original oil-in-place estimates accompanied by low primary recovery potential of organic-rich shale formations make them suitable candidates for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects. The organic-rich shale formation under investigation in this paper is the Bakken shale formation that exhibits significant variations in lithology, rock texture,...
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The curing kinetics and thermo-mechanical characteristics of two kinds of high-performance amine cured tri-functional epoxy resin compounds, including diglycidyl-4,5-epoxycyclohexane-1,2-dicarboxylate and N,N-diglycidyl-4-glycidyloxyaniline, were systematically studied herein. Different to the simple bi-functional epoxy resins studied before, the i...
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The performance variation and its associated factors of a polymer composites over a wide temperature range need to be particularly concerned in engineering application. In this article, on the basis of molecular dynamics simulation analysis and experimental verification of glass transition temperature (Tg) of neat epoxy resins and single-walled car...
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Epoxy-amine system is a type of important matrix material for preparation of carbon fiber composites. The amidation of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) has been widely developed for enhancing the mechanical properties of the epoxy resin matrix. However, the various amino-functionalized CNTs will produce different effect in the same epoxy matrix due to the d...

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