Dr. Hamid Jahed is professor, Associate Chair Graduate Studies, and Director of Fatigue and Stress Analysis Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering of the University of Waterloo. His research activities are on characterization and modeling of lightweight materials behavior under cyclic loading, and the development of robust methods in cyclic plasticity analysis.
Fatigue of Spot-welded Magnesium Alloys
Cyclic Plasticity Modeling of Wrought Magnesium Alloys
Corrosion fatigue of cold spray coated and uncoated Mg alloys
Behavior of magnesium alloy under load-control cyclic test
Research Field:Fatigue and Cyclic Plasticity Modelling of Forged Magnesium Alloys
Research fields:Fatigue Life Enhancement Shot Peening Simulation Residual Stress Measurement Optimization
Research Field:Cold Spray Deposition on Magnesium Alloys Vehicle Dynamics
Research Areas:Fatigue Life Prediction for Magnesium Alloys Under Variable Amplitude Loading
Fatigue Life Assessment of 30CrNiMo8HH Steel Under VAL
HUNAN University-Mechanical and Vehicle Engineering Department, Changsha city, HUNAN province, CHINA.
Fatigue characterization and life estimation of Magnesium alloys
Application of Cohesive Zone Model to fracture and fatigue life prediction of adhesively bonded Magnesium sheets
Fracture and fatigue analyses of brazed joints using damage coupled Cohesive Zone Model
Research Field:Cyclic Plasticity Ratchetting & Stress Relaxation Fatigue and Damage Analysis of Materials
Research Field:Damage mechanics of ductile materials Elastic-plastic FE coding for finite deformation
Research Field:Cyclic Plasticity and Fatigue
Research Field:Cold spray coating, Nanoscrystalline material, Fatigue
Research Field:Creep and Fatigue of Thermal Actuators
Research Field:Effect of residual stress induced by cold spray coating on fatigue life of Magnesium alloy, AZ31
Research Field:Asymmetric elastic plastic solution and its application in numerical analysis of the effects of cold spray coating on fatigue life of AZ31B
Research Field:An Axisymmetric Elastic-Plastic Solution for AZ31B Magnesium Alloy using VMP Method
Research Field:A Numerical Simulation of cold spray of Al particle on magnesium substrate
Research Field:Mechanical behavior of thin film materials at micro- and nano-scale
Exchange student from Technische Universität Braunschweig.
Exchange student from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Exchange student from Braunschweig University, Germany.
Energy-based fatigue life prediction model for proportional and non-proportional loading.
Strength and fatigue analysis of CNG upgraded urban bus frame.
Design and testing of a laboratory size HP equiments vessel.
Optimum wheel profile for RAJA commuter trains and railways
Effect of residual stress induced by forming process on a vehicle rim fatigue life.
Dynamic response of a thick-walled tube under moving pressure
Single and double swage analysis using actual unloading behaviour
Residual stress measurements of an autofrettage tube using hole drilling method
Optimum design of rotating discs
Flow induced high cycle fatigue analysis of J79 turbine blade
Actual unloading behaviour and its significance in residual stress predictions of autofrettage tubes
2-D large deformation analysis - a finite element code
Thermo-Structural and low cycle fatige analysis of turbine blisk, using Ansys
Placticity estimation ahead of crack tip
Creep analysis of a roatating disc at elevated temperature
Elastic-plastic analysis of rotating discs using VMP method