Amir R. Khoei mainly investigates Finite element method, Extended finite element method, Structural engineering, Mechanics and Mathematical analysis. His Finite element method study incorporates themes from Geometry and Composite material, Plasticity. He has researched Plasticity in several fields, including Forming processes, Compaction, Computer simulation and Applied mathematics.
He interconnects Mixed finite element method, Fracture mechanics and Darcy's law in the investigation of issues within Extended finite element method. His Structural engineering research focuses on subjects like Heaviside step function, which are linked to Piecewise. His research in Mechanics intersects with topics in Discretization, Porous medium and Constitutive equation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Finite element method, Plasticity, Mechanics, Structural engineering and Extended finite element method. The concepts of his Finite element method study are interwoven with issues in Geometry, Mathematical analysis, Classification of discontinuities and Applied mathematics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Forming processes, Yield surface, Constitutive equation, Computer simulation and Nonlinear system in addition to Plasticity.
His studies deal with areas such as Stress, Deformation, Porous medium, Discretization and Isotropy as well as Mechanics. In general Structural engineering, his work in Fracture mechanics is often linked to Metal powder and Component linking many areas of study. While the research belongs to areas of Extended finite element method, he spends his time largely on the problem of Discontinuity, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Contact area.
His primary areas of study are Finite element method, Mechanics, Extended finite element method, Stress and Porous medium. His study in Finite element method focuses on Stress field in particular. In the field of Mechanics, his study on Inflow, Fully coupled and Convective heat transfer overlaps with subjects such as Scale.
His work deals with themes such as Thermo mechanical, Continuum mechanics, Computer simulation, Discretization and Darcy's law, which intersect with Extended finite element method. His study in Porous medium is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Two phase fluid, Hydraulic fracturing, Partially saturated and Permeability. His work in Fracture addresses subjects such as Structural engineering, which are connected to disciplines such as Computation.
Finite element method, Mechanics, Extended finite element method, Classification of discontinuities and Stress are his primary areas of study. His Finite element method study typically links adjacent topics like Basis. His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Discretization, Growth rate and Paris' law.
Amir R. Khoei works mostly in the field of Extended finite element method, limiting it down to concerns involving Computer simulation and, occasionally, Iterative method, Nonlinear system, Heaviside step function, Darcy's law and Newton's method. His Classification of discontinuities research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Structural engineering, Robustness and Fracture. His studies in Stress integrate themes in fields like Isotropy, Gravitational singularity, Mathematical optimization and Applied mathematics.
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Extended Finite Element Method: Theory and Applications
Amir R. Khoei.
An extended finite element method for hydraulic fracture propagation in deformable porous media with the cohesive crack model
T. Mohammadnejad;A. R. Khoei.
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design (2013)
Hydro‐mechanical modeling of cohesive crack propagation in multiphase porous media using the extended finite element method
T. Mohammadnejad;A. R. Khoei.
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (2013)
Design optimisation of aluminium recycling processes using Taguchi technique
A.R Khoei;I Masters;D.T Gethin.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2002)
Numerical modeling of multiphase fluid flow in deforming porous media: A comparison between two- and three-phase models for seismic analysis of earth and rockfill dams
A.R. Khoei;T. Mohammadnejad.
Computers and Geotechnics (2011)
Adaptive finite element remeshing in a large deformation analysis of metal powder forming
Amir R. Khoei;Roland W. Lewis.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1999)
An enriched finite element algorithm for numerical computation of contact friction problems
A.R. Khoei;M. Nikbakht.
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences (2007)
Powder compaction modelling via the discrete and finite element method
R.S Ransing;D.T Gethin;A.R Khoei;P Mosbah.
Materials & Design (2000)
A plasticity model for metal powder forming processes
Roland W. Lewis;Amir R. Khoei.
International Journal of Plasticity (2001)
Modeling of crack propagation via an automatic adaptive mesh refinement based on modified superconvergent patch recovery technique
A.R. Khoei;H. Azadi;H. Moslemi.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2008)
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