Main Menu
Personal Website

K. N. Toosi University

Civil Engineering Department

 

Saeid-Reza Sabbagh-Yazdi

Research Experiences:

During individual research works and in collaboration with the post graduate students,  following research items were extended  to solve civil engineering problems:

  •      Aero-elastic modeling of cables subject to galloping

  •      Non-Linear finite volume modeling of structures under thermal or dynamic loads

  •      Numerical investigations for finding improvement solutions for natural draught cooling towers in windy conditions

  •       Finding engineering guide lines for seismic design of liquid storage tanks using numerical modeling

  •      Two and three-dimensional heat generation and transfer in gradual construction of mass concrete structures

  •      Effects of cooling pipe system on cement heat generation and temperature field of massive concretes

  •     Unsteady flow in pipes for solution of pressure oscillations considering water hammer problem in multi-segment elastic pipe lines

  •      Two and three-dimensional ground water flow in heterogeneous and anisotropic saturated foundation of gravity dams for computation of uplift and seepage

  •       Solute intrusion in coastal confined and unconfined aquifers and effects of underground dams

  •      Bed roughness effects in sub-critical open channels due to geometrical complexities of free surface flow boundaries

  •      Turbulent depth average flow around various shapes of bridge piers

  •       Scouring around bridge piers due to turbulent shear stresses

  •       Erosion, deposition and transport of fine sediment in river hydraulics

  •       Fine sediment transport and horizontal distribution in dam reservoir

  •       Tidal flow and solute transport in geometrically complex fields with arbitrary shape islands (in Persian Gulf)

  •      Lake flow considering river in flow, wind stresses and rain-evaporation effects as well as coriolis acceleration due to earth rotation (in Caspian sea)

  •      Oscillating free surface flow in geometrically irregular bottom and boundaries with large wet and dry tidal flats

  •       Dam reservoir circulation considering stresses and rain-evaporation as well as inflow and out flow from outlet and spillway

  •      Super-critical flow with shock waves in horizontal and sloping chutes

  •      Air concentration distribution in spillway flow due to surface and bottom aeration

  •      Two-dimensional flow due to gradual break of embankment dams

  •      Wind induced turbulent flow around storage tanks

  •     Air pollution transport and diffusion in complex flow fields (urban environment)

  •      Aeroelastic behavior of special civil structures subject to wind load

  •      Static and dynamic analysis of stress and strain fields in solid materials

  •       Innovative devices for improved behavior and energy dissipation of X bracing of structural frames subject to the lateral seismic loads

  •        Application of Engineered Wood Products for light weight multi story structural systems.

  •  

All of the above mentioned numerical simulations have been developed either by application of efficient numerical solvers (using finite volume and finite element unstructured meshes or meshless methods) for solution of governing partial differential equation(s) of desired engineering problem or by development of experimental setups.All of the above mentioned numerical simulations have been developed either by application of efficient numerical solvers (using finite volume and finite element unstructured meshes or meshless methods) for solution of governing partial differential equation(s) of desired engineering problem or by development of experimental setups.