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Dr Hamid Ahmadi

Dr Hamid Ahmadi
Name Hamid Ahmadi
Position Research Fellow (Civil Composites Simulation)
Section Centre for Future Materials (Research)
Office Z2-107
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 5553
Extension 5553
Qualifications BSc Tabriz , MSc Tabriz , PhD Tabriz
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Dr Hamid Ahmadi has a PhD in Marine Structural Engineering. Currently, he is appointed as a Research Fellow (Civil Composites Simulation) at CFM. Before joining UniSQ, he was a Casual Research Fellow (Structural Engineering) and a Sessional Academic Staff (Mechanical Engineering) at Griffith University and an Associate Professor (Offshore Structural Engineering) at University of Tabriz. He has more than ten years of experience as an academic staff member where he convened and lectured various courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has published over 100 journal papers, authored 2 books, and presented 60 papers in conferences. His scholarly publications have been cited more than 1500 times according to Google Scholar (H-index: 27, i10-index: 39). He has peer-reviewed over 150 papers for around 40 scientific periodicals. He has supervised 8 PhD and 52 MSc students along with a postdoctoral research fellow.

Research interests
- Structural Mechanics
- Analysis and Design of Tubular Joints (Stress Concentration Factor (SCF), Local Joint Flexibility (LJF), Degree of Bending (DoB), Ultimate Strength, and Fire Resistance)
- Design of Offshore and Coastal Structures
- Design of Steel Structures
- Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics
- Structural Reliability Analysis and Probabilistic Design
- Structural Dynamics, Random Vibrations, and Spectral Analysis
- Ocean Wave Mechanics

USQ Research affiliations

  • Centre for Future Materials (CFM)

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
10 Years

Research most notable
1. Summary of Scholarly Outputs

1.1. Publications

Number of Papers Published in Scientific Journals: 103
Number of Papers Presented in Scientific Conferences: 60
Number of Published Books: 2
Number of Published Book Chapters: 1
Number of Released By-Contract Technical Reports: 9

1.2. Research Metrics

Number of Paper Citations According to Google Scholar: 1521
H-index According to Google Scholar: 27
i10-index According to Google Scholar: 39
Number of Paper Citations According to Scopus: 1150
H-index According to Scopus: 24

1.3. Supervisions

Number of Supervised Postdoctoral Research Fellows: 1
Number of Supervised PhD Dissertations: 8
Number of Supervised MSc Theses: 52

1.4. Peer Reviews & Workshops

Number of Papers Reviewed for Scientific Journals: 148
Number of Workshop Presentations: 9

Updated: 25 September 2022.

2. Profiles



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Publications in ePrints

Osgouei, Arash Dalili and Poursorkhabi, Ramin Vafaei and Hosseini, Hamed and Qader, Diyar N. and Maleki, Ahmad and Ahmadi, HamidORCID: (2022) Effects of floating wave barriers on wave-induced forces exerted to offshore-jacket structure. Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 83 (1). pp. 53-66. ISSN 1225-4568

Ahmadi, Hamid ORCID: and Akhtegan, Mohammad (2022) Effects of geometrical parameters on the local joint flexibility (LJF) of three-planar tubular T-joints in offshore structures. Ships and Offshore Structures, 17 (7). pp. 1604-1615. ISSN 1744-5302

Azari-Dodaran, Neda and Ahmadi, HamidORCID: and Zhu, Lie and Li, Peiyang (2022) Experimental and numerical study of the ultimate load for collar-plate-reinforced tubular K-joints at fire-induced elevated temperatures. Ships and Offshore Structures, 17 (5). pp. 1159-1177. ISSN 1744-5302

Azari-Dodaran, Neda and Ahmadi, HamidORCID: (2022) Fire resistance of collar-plate-reinforced multi-planar tubular KK-joints: experimental and numerical study for the design formulation. Ships and Offshore Structures, 17 (6). pp. 1190-1208. ISSN 1744-5302

Azari-Dodaran, Neda and Ahmadi, HamidORCID: (2022) Numerical study on the ultimate load of offshore two-planar tubular KK-joints at fire-induced elevated temperatures. Journal of Marine Engineering and Technology, 21 (4). pp. 205-223. ISSN 2046-4177

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