His main research concerns Composite material, Structural engineering, Carbon fiber reinforced polymer, Fibre-reinforced plastic and Reinforcement. His Composite material study focuses mostly on Flexural strength, Ultimate tensile strength, Accelerated curing, Epoxy and Curing. His Ultimate tensile strength study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Substrate, Modulus, Steel structures and Steel plates.
His study ties his expertise on STRIPS together with the subject of Structural engineering. His Reinforcement research incorporates themes from Fatigue testing, Compressive strength and GLUE. His study looks at the relationship between Fatigue testing and topics such as Stress, which overlap with Bridge.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Structural engineering, Shape-memory alloy, Ultimate tensile strength and Carbon fiber reinforced polymer. All of his Composite material and Fibre-reinforced plastic, Reinforcement, STRIPS, Steel plates and Stress investigations are sub-components of the entire Composite material study. His work in Beam, Finite element method, Girder, Stiffness and Flexural strength is related to Structural engineering.
His research in Stiffness focuses on subjects like Modulus, which are connected to Buckling and Reference beam. Masoud Motavalli focuses mostly in the field of Shape-memory alloy, narrowing it down to matters related to Alloy and, in some cases, Tension. His research investigates the connection with Ultimate tensile strength and areas like Epoxy which intersect with concerns in Curing.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Shape-memory alloy, Structural engineering, Reinforcement and STRIPS. Masoud Motavalli performs multidisciplinary study on Composite material and Development in his works. Many of his research projects under Structural engineering are closely connected to Rod with Rod, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His work carried out in the field of Beam brings together such families of science as Girder and Finite element method. His Reinforcement research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fibre-reinforced plastic, Fracture mechanics, Digital image correlation, Substrate and Carbon fiber reinforced polymer. His work focuses on many connections between STRIPS and other disciplines, such as Bending, that overlap with his field of interest in Flexural strength and Flexural strengthening.
Masoud Motavalli spends much of his time researching Structural engineering, Retrofitting, Adhesive, Beam and Shape-memory alloy. His Structural engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Composite number, Fracture and Substrate. His Adhesive study introduces a deeper knowledge of Composite material.
Composite material is represented through his Ultimate tensile strength, Carbon fiber reinforced polymer, Thermal expansion, Epoxy and Bond strength research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Girder, Bending, Reinforced concrete and Finite element method in addition to Beam. His work deals with themes such as Flange, Slippage, STRIPS, Nonlinear system and Ductility, which intersect with Shape-memory alloy.
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Applications of shape memory alloys in civil engineering structures—Overview, limits and new ideas
L. Janke;L. Janke;C. Czaderski;M. Motavalli;J. Ruth.
Materials and Structures (2005)
Iron-based shape memory alloys for civil engineering structures: An overview
Antoni Cladera;Benedikt Weber;Christian Leinenbach;Christoph Czaderski.
Construction and Building Materials (2014)
Damage Identification Using Modal Data: Experiences on a Prestressed Concrete Bridge
Olaf Huth;Glauco Feltrin;Johan Maeck;Nedim Kilic.
Journal of Structural Engineering-asce (2005)
Debonding failure modes of flexural FRP-strengthened RC beams
Mohammad Reza Aram;Mohammad Reza Aram;Christoph Czaderski;Masoud Motavalli;Masoud Motavalli.
Composites Part B-engineering (2008)
Fatigue strengthening of damaged metallic beams using prestressed unbonded and bonded CFRP plates
E. Ghafoori;E. Ghafoori;M. Motavalli;J. Botsis;A. Herwig.
International Journal of Fatigue (2012)
Design criterion for fatigue strengthening of riveted beams in a 120-year-old railway metallic bridge using pre-stressed CFRP plates
E. Ghafoori;E. Ghafoori;M. Motavalli;M. Motavalli;Alain Nussbaumer;A. Herwig.
Composites Part B-engineering (2015)
Feasibility of iron-based shape memory alloy strips for prestressed strengthening of concrete structures
C. Czaderski;M. Shahverdi;R. Brönnimann;C. Leinenbach.
Construction and Building Materials (2014)
Structural Strengthening with Prestressed CFRP Strips with Gradient Anchorage
Julien Michels;Jose Sena-Cruz;Christoph Czaderski;Masoud Motavalli.
Journal of Composites for Construction (2013)
Fatigue behavior of notched steel beams reinforced with bonded CFRP plates: Determination of prestressing level for crack arrest
E. Ghafoori;A. Schumacher;M. Motavalli.
Engineering Structures (2012)
A Novel Fe‐Mn‐Si Shape Memory Alloy With Improved Shape Recovery Properties by VC Precipitation
Zhizhong Dong;Zhizhong Dong;Ulrich E. Klotz;Christian Leinenbach;Andrea Bergamini.
Advanced Engineering Materials (2009)
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