Miah Riyadh

Miah Riyadh
University of British Columbia - Okanagan | UBC Okanagan · School of Engineering

Master of Engineering

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This paper investigates the viability of implementing the Taguchi method for conducting a parametric study of fiber reinforced elastomeric isolators (FREIs) in a systematic way. In this regard, the vertical properties of carbon fiber reinforced elastomeric isolators (C-FREIs) were chosen as a case study. Finite element models were first validated w...
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The use of energy efficient building systems can play a key role in reducing energy consumption and the adverse impacts of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission. The occupancy profile of residential dwellings has a notable influence on the effectiveness of selecting appropriate energy upgrade retrofits. Building simulation models can be integrated to deter...
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Proper seismic analysis and design of bridges are critical, especially in locations prone to high seismic activities where critical infrastructure is at a high risk of seismic damage leading to direct and indirect losses. The seismic performance of bridges has been widely investigated in the literature, but the effect of asynchronous ground motions...
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Stringent lockdowns have been one of the defining features of the COVID-19 pandemic. Lockdowns have brought about drastic changes in living styles, including increased residential occupancy and telework practices that are predicted to last long. The variation in occupancy pattern and energy use needs to be assessed at household level. Consequently,...
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To broaden the usage of elastomeric isolators, as well as to make them lighter and the manufacturing process inexpensive, carbon-fiber reinforced elastomeric isolators (C-FREIs) were introduced. These C-FREIs exhibit rollover deformation under lateral loadings due to their lack of flexural rigidity. This tendency of rollover under high magnitudes o...
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Seismic isolation is a common method adopted in bridge engineering to mitigate the damages resulting from seismic events. The performance of carbon-fibre reinforced elastomeric isolators (C-FREIs) over traditional steel reinforced isolators has been extensively discussed in the literature. However, the seismic response of bridges equipped with C-FR...
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Rubber bearings have a considerably low horizontal-to-vertical stiffness ratio which is well suited to mitigate the effects of seismic actions. The lateral performance of a base isolation system is predominantly a function of the horizontal stiffness in which the horizontal stiffness should be small enough to essentially decouple the structure from...
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Aerospace structures such as fuselage and wings are made of typical thin-walled closed sections and the detailed stress analysis of such closed thin-walled structures can be tedious and time consuming due to its statically indeterminate nature of the problem. In the present work, an educational software for the stress analysis of such non-idealized...
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Aerospace structures are typically semi-monocoque structures that are made up of thin-walled closed section reinforced with stiffeners. Stress analysis of such closed thin-walled structures which are statically indeterminate is tedious and time consuming. An educational software which can aid students in carrying out stress analysis of such idealiz...
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A numerical simulation was carried out to compare various turbulence models simulating axisymmetric nozzle flow past suddenly expanded ducts. The simulations were done for L/D = 10. The convergent-divergent nozzle has been modeled and simulated using the turbulence models: The Standard k-ε model, The Standard k-ω model and The SST k-ω model. Numeri...
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A numerical simulation was carried out to compare various turbulence models simulating axisymmetric nozzle flow past suddenly expanded ducts. The simulations were done for L/D = 10. The convergent-divergent nozzle has been modeled and simulated using the turbulence models: The Standard k-ε model, The Standard k-ω model and The SST k-ω model. Numeri...
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The provision of affordable and sustainable living has become one of the biggest challenges to rural and marginalized people where access to electricity is prohibitively expensive. The conventional energy generation and the sole nature of fossil fuels have promoted the use of renewable energy methods. There are various categories of renewable and n...
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Cut-outs on aircraft wings are unavoidable due to the placement of fuel tanks and retraction of landing gear inside the wing. The stresses acting on an aircraft wing will deviate substantially before and after a cut-out is made and therefore it is crucial to perform stress analysis in an aircraft wing in order to ensure that the wing structure will...

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