Mohammad Salahi Nezhad

Doctoral Student at Material and Computational Mechanics

Mohammad is a PhD student at the the division of material and computational mechanics, IMS. Mohammad's project focuses on growth of rolling contact fatigue cracks. The aim of the project is to investigate and develop methods to predict crack progression in railway wheels and rails. This find can be used in design and maintenance of railway infrastructures. Mohammad uses detailed finite elements analyses for crack growth simulations and these numerical simulations should be compared to operational data.

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2019–2024

Growth of rolling contact fatigue cracks (CHARMEC MU38)

Fredrik Larsson Material and Computational Mechanics
Mohammad Salahi Nezhad Material and Computational Mechanics
Anders Ekberg Dynamics
Elena Kabo Dynamics
Chalmers Railway Mechanics (CHARMEC)

2018–2021

Research into enhanced track and switch and crossing system 2 (In2Track-2)

Elena Kabo Dynamics
Fredrik Larsson Material and Computational Mechanics
Dimosthenis Floros Material and Computational Mechanics
Astrid Pieringer Applied Acoustics
Casey Jessop Engineering Materials
Wolfgang Kropp Applied Acoustics
Johan Ahlström Engineering Materials
Xin Li Dynamics
Magnus Ekh Material and Computational Mechanics
Michele Maglio Dynamics
Daniel Gren Engineering Materials
Björn Pålsson Dynamics
Roger Lundén Dynamics
Marko Milosevic Dynamics
Lennart Josefson Material and Computational Mechanics
Emil Aggestam Dynamics
Anders Ekberg Dynamics
Jens Nielsen Dynamics
Tore V Vernersson Dynamics
Rostyslav Skrypnyk Dynamics
Erika Steyn Engineering Materials
Christer Persson Engineering Materials
Björn Andersson Material and Computational Mechanics
Knut Andreas Meyer Material and Computational Mechanics
Mohammad Salahi Nezhad Material and Computational Mechanics
Jannik Theyssen Applied Acoustics
Swedish Transport Administration
European Commission (EC)

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