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Dr Samireh Vahid

Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering

About

Dr Samireh Vahid is a lecturer at Department of Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering; her research interest is in applied engineering mathematics. In particular, she is interested in rheology for a better understanding of the fluid dynamics of confined nanoparticles in the polymer matrix for use in fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composite materials for applications in aerospace structures. She is teaching fluid mechanics in the first year, aerospace structures  in the second year and finite element analysis in the final year of BEng and MEng degrees.

Areas of specialism

  • Rheology
  • Aerospace structures
  • Finite element analysis

Qualifications

  • PhD
  • BSc
  • AFHEA

Publications

Number of items: 3.

Article

Domun, Nadiim, Hadavinia, H., Zhang, T., Sainsbury, T., Liaghat, G.H. and Vahid, S. (2015) Improving the fracture toughness and the strength of epoxy using nanomaterials : a review of the current status. Nanoscale, 7(23), pp. 10294-10329. ISSN (print) 2040-3364

Davis, M., Koenders, M. and Vahid, S. (2008) Granular temperature model for oscillated slurries: a cell model. Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Proceedings. Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, 222(10), pp. 1995-2006. ISSN (print) 0954-4062

Book Section

Fitkov-Norris, Elena, Vahid, Samireh and Hand, Chris (2012) Evaluating the impact of categorical data encoding and scaling on neural network classification performance: the case of repeat consumption of identical cultural goods. In: Jayne, Chrisina , Yue, Shigang and Iliadis, Lazaros S., (eds.) Engineering Applications of Neural Networks: 13th International Conference, EANN 2012, London, UK, September 2012, Proceedings. London, U.K. : Springer. pp. 343-352. (Communications in Computer and Information Science, no. 311) ISBN 9783642329081

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