Raheb Mirzanamadi

Doktorand at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Technology

Showing 11 publications

2018

Thermal properties of asphalt concrete: A numerical and experimental study

Raheb Mirzanamadi, Pär Johansson, Sotirios Grammatikos
Construction and Building Materials. Vol. 158, p. 774-785
Journal article
2018

Numerical Investigation of Harvesting Solar Energy and Anti-Icing Road Surfaces Using a Hydronic Heating Pavement and Borehole Thermal Energy Storage

Raheb Mirzanamadi, Carl-Eric Hagentoft, Pär Johansson
Energies. Vol. 11 (12)
Journal article
2018

Anti-icing of road surfaces using Hydronic Heating Pavement with low temperature

Raheb Mirzanamadi, Carl-Eric Hagentoft, Pär Johansson et al
Cold Regions Science and Technology. Vol. 145, p. 106-118
Journal article
2018

Hydronic Heating Pavement with Low Temperature: The Effect of Pre‐Heating and Fluid Temperature on Antiicing Performance

Raheb Mirzanamadi, Carl-Eric Hagentoft, Pär Johansson
Springer Proceedings in Energy: Cold Climate HVAC 2018, Kiruna, Sweden, 12-15 March, 2018, p. 479-491
Paper in proceedings
2018

An analysis of hydronic heating pavement to optimize the required energy for anti-icing

Raheb Mirzanamadi, Carl-Eric Hagentoft, Pär Johansson
Applied Thermal Engineering. Vol. 144, p. 278-290
Journal article
2016

Safe and Sustainable Coastal Highway Route E39

Bijan Adl-Zarrabi, Babak Ebrahimi, Mohammed Hoseini et al
Transportation Research Procedia. Vol. 14, p. 3350-3359
Paper in proceedings
2016

Hydronic Pavement Using Low Temperature Borehole Thermal Energy Storage

Bijan Adl-Zarrabi, Josef Johnsson, Raheb Mirzanamadi
Advances in Civil, Environmental and materials research (ACEM16), p. 14-
Paper in proceedings
2016

Hydronic Pavement Heating for Sustainable Ice-free Roads

Bijan Adl-Zarrabi, Raheb Mirzanamadi, Josef Johnsson
Transportation Research Procedia. Vol. 14, p. 704-713
Paper in proceedings
2015

Pedestrians' mental satisfaction's relationship with physical characteristics on sidewalks using analytical hierarchy process: case study of Tehran, Iran

G. Shafabakhsh, Raheb Mirzanamadi, M. Mohammadi
Transportation Letters. Vol. 7 (3), p. 121-132
Journal article

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Showing 1 research projects

2014–2018

Safe and ice-free bridges using renewable energy sources

Bijan Adl-Zarrabi Building Technology
Josef Johnsson Building Technology
Raheb Mirzanamadi Building Technology
Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA)

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