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Saman Momeni, Speaker at Materials Science and Engineering Events
Sharif University of Technology, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Title : An investigation of material effects on the dynamic behavior of composite materials incorporated with MR-fluid using an N-layer model


Abstract: Laminated composite beams incorporated with magneto-rheological fluids (MRlaminated-beam) are being widely used in many engineering applications. The effect of base materials on dynamic response of MR-laminated-beams were investigated using an N-layermodel based on layerwise-theory-(NLWT). Different composite materials including E-glass, fiber-carbon and Kevlar have been considered to determine the vibration response of the structures. Accuracy of NLWT has been verified by comparing the results with first-ordershear-deformation-theory-(FSDT) and experimental-tests. By applying magnetic fields, natural-frequencies of MR-laminated-beams have been increased. It is concluded that, applying 1400-Gauss magnetic fields to low-cost materials like E-glass provides the same naturalfrequency as fiber-carbon without magnetic fields.  


 Dr. Momeni received his Ph.D., M.Sc., and B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Iran. He has published several research articles in peerreviewed journal conferences and he has taught several courses at Universities at Post-graduate and undergraduate levels. As a professional engineer, Dr. Momeni has extensive experience in mechanical engineering including oil and gas.