June 23, 2024
Mohammad Ahmadi

Mohammad Ahmadi

Academic rank: Assistant Professor
Address: Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Malayer University
Education: Ph.D in Civil Engineering-Geotechnical Engineering
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Faculty: Civil Engineering and Architecture

Education

  • PhD. in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering , International Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Seismology (IIEES) , Iran (2011 - 2017)
    Thesis title: An Investigation on Dip-slip Fault Rupture Propagation Through Cohesive Soils
  • MSc. in Geotechnical Engineering , University of Tehran , Iran (2009 - 2011)
    Thesis title: An Investigation on Seismic Behavior of Segmental Tunnel Lining by Using 1g-Shaking Table Tests
  • BSc. in Civil Engineering , Guilan University , Iran (2005 - 2009)
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Research interests

  • Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
  • Physical Modeling in Geotechnics
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Courses

Research activities

Journal articles
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Mohammad Ahmadi, Ali Reza Bagherieh (2023) Seismic Analysis of Bearing Capacity of Shallow Foundations Located on the Reinforced Sandy Soils by Limit Analysis Method Journal Of Seismology And Earthquake Engineering: 24; 30-40
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Mohammad Ahmadi (2023) Liquefaction-induced settlement and lateral spreading effects on buried pipelines by using shaking table tests Journal Of Seismology And Earthquake Engineering: 24; 1-12
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Mohammad Ahmadi (2019) Performance assessment of the Greater Tehran Area buried gas distribution pipeline network under liquefaction Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering: 124; 16-34
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Mohammad Ahmadi (2018) Experimental Investigation of Reverse Fault Rupture Propagation through Cohesive Granular Soils Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment: 14; 61-65
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Mohammad Ahmadi (2016) Experimental evaluation of vulnerability for urban segmental tunnels subjected to normal surface faulting Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering: 89; 28-37
Conference articles
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Mohammad Ahmadi (2017) Water Content Effect on the Fault Rupture Propagation Through Wet Soil-Using Direct Shear Tests Advances in Laboratory Testing and Modelling of Soils and Shales (ATMSS), Switzerland, Villars-sur-Ollon