Imperial College London

Dr Ado Farsi

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Earth Science & Engineering

Research Associate
 
 
 
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Contact

 

ado.farsi Website

 
 
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Location

 

4.94Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

I’m a Research Associate in the Applied Modelling and Computation Group at Imperial College London, UK.

My research involves simulating real materials on a computer to unveil the physical phenomena that can help solving industrial problems, optimise processes and lead to new discoveries in material science. Find more on adofarsi.com.

Since October 2019 I have also been the Postdoc Representative of my department at Imperial.

Consulting

I am open for industrial consultancy projects, both privately and through Imperial College Consultants.

I'm an expert in stress analysis, numerical modelling and mechanical testing for materials, energy and natural resources, manufacturing and civil engineering. Click here to download my consulting details.

Education

Imperial College London
2013-2017

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Computational Mechanics

Politecnico di Milano
2010-2013

Master of Science (MSc), Structural (Civil) Engineering

Politecnico di Milano
2007-2010

Bachelor of Science (BSc), Building Engineering

Publications

Journals

Farsi A, Bedi A, Latham JP, et al., 2020, Simulation of fracture propagation in fibre-reinforced concrete using FDEM: an application to tunnel linings, Computational Particle Mechanics, Vol:7, ISSN:2196-4378, Pages:961-974

Latham J-P, Xiang J, Farsi A, et al., 2020, A class of particulate problems suited to FDEM requiring accurate simulation of shape effects in packed granular structures, Computational Particle Mechanics, Vol:7, ISSN:2196-4378, Pages:975-986

Farsi A, Xiang J, Latham JP, et al., 2020, Strength and fragmentation behaviour of complex-shaped catalyst pellets: A numerical and experimental study, Chemical Engineering Science, Vol:213, ISSN:0009-2509, Pages:1-18

Conference

Latham J-P, Farsi A, Xiang J, et al., Numerical modelling of the influence of in-situ stress, rock strength and hole-profile geometry on the stability of Radial Water Jet Drill (RJD) boreholes, American Rock Mechanics Association

Latham JP, Farsi A, Xiang J, et al., 2019, Numerical modelling of the influence of in-situ stress, rock strength and hole-profile geometry on the stability of Radial Water Jet Drill (RJD) boreholes

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