Imperial College London

M H Ferri Aliabadi

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Aeronautics

Chair in Aerostructures
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 5077m.h.aliabadi

 
 
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Assistant

 

Miss Lisa Kelly +44 (0)20 7594 5056

 
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Location

 

CAGB323City and Guilds BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Computational Mechanics - AERO70009

Aims

This module builds on the optional Finite Elements module and introduces advanced concepts in the application of the finite element method to the analysis of aerostructures. It explores the basics of non-linear structural analysis and relevant solution methods based on the finite element method and introduces the Boundary Element Method for two-dimensional potential, elastostatic and acoustic problems.

Role

Course Leader

Computational Mechanics - AERO96015

Aims

This module builds on the optional Finite Elements module and introduces advanced concepts in the application of the finite element method to the analysis of aerostructures. It explores the basics of non-linear structural analysis and relevant solution methods based on the finite element method and introduces the Boundary Element Method for two-dimensional potential, elastostatic and acoustic problems.

Role

Course Leader

Structural Integrity and Health Monitoring - AERO70035

Aims

The course provides the students with in-depth knowledge of fundamentals safe design and assessment of components and structures under load, and advanced form of non-destructive evaluation methods to interrogate the structures.   The course will initially introduce the underlying fundamentals for damage tolerance design and assessment of aeronautical structures (Metallic and composite). Next, Damage detection techniques such as wave, impedance, and vibration-based damage detection techniques will be discussed and applied to different types of structures. Advanced signal processing techniques analysis will be used to make the damage more quantifiable. 

Role

Lecturer

Structures 1 - AERO40008

Aims

This module introduces the fundamental concepts for all structural analysis, viz equilibrium, compatibility and the stress/strain law. It illustrates the use of these concepts to solve simple problems, mainly concerning frameworks and beams, and to apply them in tutorials and laboratory practicals. 

Role

Lecturer