Zahra Sharif Khodaei is a reader (Associate Professor) in structural integrity. She obtained her PhD from Czech Technical University in Prague in numerical modelling of functionally graded materials in 2008. Prior to her lectureship post in 2014, she was a research associate at Imperial College London, department of Aeronautics since 2009 where she conducted research in fatigue modelling and analysis of metallic and Fibre Metallic Laminates (FML) and more significantly in developments of technologies and methodologies for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of composite structures.
Morse L, Sharif Khodaei Z, Aliabadi MH, 2020, Statistical inference of the equivalent initial flaw size for assembled plate structures with the dual boundary element method, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol:238, ISSN:0013-7944
Sharif Khodaei Z, Li J, Aliabadi MH, 2020, Boundary element modelling of ultrasonic Lamb waves for structural health monitoring, Smart Materials and Structures, Vol:29, ISSN:0964-1726, Pages:1-19
Gaspar Lopes JA, Bacarreza O, Sharif Khodaei Z, 2020, Design and Analysis of Composite Window Frame for a Regional Aircraft, Journal of Multiscale Modelling, ISSN:1756-9737
Xu C, Sharif Khodaei Z, 2020, Shape sensing with Rayleigh backscattering fibre optic sensor, Sensors, Vol:20, ISSN:1424-8220
Dafydd I, Sharif Khodaei Z, 2020, Analysis of barely visible impact damage severity with ultrasonic guided Lamb waves, Structural Health Monitoring, Vol:19, ISSN:1475-9217, Pages:1104-1122