Horr Khosravi

Horr Khosravi

حر خسروی
Email:  khosravi[at]nit.ac.ir

Assistant Professor

 
Qualifications
Ph.D. in civil engineering, structural and earthquake engineering, Sharif University of Technology (SUT), 2014
M.Sc. in civil engineering, earthquake engineering, Sharif University of Technology (SUT), 2006
B.Sc. in civil engineering, Mazandaran University, 2003

Thesis Titles

Ph.D. thesis: Nonlinear response of shear and flexural buildings to strong ground pulses in near-field earthquakes
M.Sc. Thesis: Response of buildings to near-field pulse-like ground motions
 
Research Interests
Near-Field Earthquake Effects
Performance-Based
Seismic Design
Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis of Structures
Equivalent MDOF and SDOF Models

Advanced Theory of Reinforced Concrete Structures
Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures

Seismic Evaluation and Retrofitting of Existing Structures
Random Vibrations
 
Honors and Awards
 
Previous and Present Positions
 
Professional Membership
 
Teaching Experiences
 
Publications
Journal Papers:
[3] Khaloo AR, Khosravi H, Hamidi Jamnani H. (2015). "Nonlinear interstory drift contours for idealized forward directivity pulses using "modified fish-bone" models", Advances in Structural Engineering; 18(5):603-627.
[2]
Khaloo AR, Khosravi H. (2013). "Modified fish-bone model: A simplified MDOF model for simulation of seismic responses of moment resisting frames", Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering; 55:195-210.
[1]
Khaloo AR, Khosravi H. (2008). "Multi-mode response of shear and flexural buildings to pulse-type ground motions in near-field earthquakes", Journal of Earthquake Engineering; 12(4):616-630.

Conference Papers:
[1] Khaloo AR, Javid Y, Khosravi H. (2011). "The effect of transverse steel and FRP jacket confinement on mechanical properties of concrete cylinders: An experimental study", The Sixth International Structural Engineering and Construction Conference (ISEC-6), Zurich, Switzerland.
 
Supervised Dissertations and Theses
 
Research Projects
 
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