Farshid Zamiri Akhlaghi

Showing 5 publications

2018

Advanced Assessment of Welded Bridges for Fatigue and Brittle Fracture

Farshid Zamiri Akhlaghi, Mohammad Al-Emrani, Robert Kliger
Report - Chalmers University of Technology
2018

Experimental study of transverse attachment joints with 40 and 60 mm thick main plates, improved by high-frequency mechanical impact treatment (HFMI)

Poja Shams Hakimi, Farshid Zamiri Akhlaghi, Mohammad Al-Emrani et al
Engineering Structures. Vol. 155, p. 251-266
Journal article
2016

Fatigue reliability assessment of welded bridge details using probabilistic fracture mechanics

John Leander, Farshid Zamiri Akhlaghi, Mohammad Al-Emrani
19th IABSE Congress Stockholm 2016: Challenges in Design and Construction of an Innovative and Sustainable Built Environment, Stockholm, Sweden, 21-23 September 2016, p. 238-245
Paper in proceeding
2015

Steel-Sandwich Elements in Bridge Applications

Peter Nilsson, Mohammad Al-Emrani, Farshid Zamiri Akhlaghi
Report
2015

Welding simulation of tubular k-joints in steel s690qh

Farshid Zamiri Akhlaghi, J. M. Drezet, A. Nussbaumer
Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Tubular Structures, ISTS 2015; Rio de Janeiro; Brazil; 27 May 2015 through 29 May 2015, p. 481-488
Paper in proceeding

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2014–2015

Fatigue life prediction by damage tolerance using probalistic fracture mechanics - A feasibility study

Mohammad Al-Emrani Structural Engineering
Farshid Zamiri Akhlaghi Structural Engineering
Swedish Transport Administration

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