Vahid Jafari

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Location: Tehran, Iran
Work: -Computational Mechanics; -Finite Element Method (FEM), 3D structural modeling including Deteriorating Effects in Concrete elements; -Nonlinear Structural Analyses towards Collapse Simulation; -Structural Mechanics, for Force-Based Beam-Column Elements in Matrix-Based and Dynamical State Space Approaches; -Multi-Scale modeling of structural systems.
Biographical: Cell Phone: +98 912 375 72 83; Email: vjafari@ut.ac.ir, vjafari@rcp-co.com; BSc.: Civil Engineering, University of Tehran,2001. MSc.: Structural engineering, University of Tehran, 2003. Thesis: Investigating the Constraints in nonlinear static Analysis, Advisor: Prof. R. Mirghaderi PhD.: Structural Engineering, University of Tehran, 2009. Thesis:Solution Techniques of Nonlinear Differential Equations at Collapse Stage, Advisor: Prof. Sh. Vahdani PUBLISHES -Improved Displacement Field Approximation Procedure for Geometrically Nonlinear Flexibility-based Planar Curved Element in State Space; Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines, Taylor and Francis. -Derivation of the Consistent Flexibility Matrix for Geometrically Nonlinear Timoshenko Finite Element; Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Elsevier. Submitted Oct. 2008. -Application of a Force-Based State Space Approach to Geometrically Nonlinear Planar Curved Beams; Sadhana, Academy Proceedings in Engineering Sciences, Springer. Submitted Feb. 2009. -An Improved Formulation in Mixed-Based State Space Approach for Nonlinear Quasi Static Analysis of Timoshenko Beams; ASCE Journal of Engineering Mechanics. Submitted Jan. 2009.
Favourite Publications: ASCE journal of Structural Engineering; ASCE journal of Engineering Mechanics; Computational Mechanics; Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering; Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines.

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