- Post Doctoral
MIT Unit Affiliation:
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
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- Quantitative Engineering Sustainability: developing mechanistic pavement-vehicle interaction models for evaluating carbon footprint of road transportation systems.
- Analysis of Primary-Secondary systems: studying variability in floor response spectra (FRS) to investigate the reliability of FRS for designing non-structural components and sensitive equipment.
5 Recent Papers:
A. Louhghalam, M. Akbarian and F.J. Ulm, 2014, Flugge's Conjecture: Dissipation- vs. Deflection-Induced Pavement-Vehicle Interactions, Journal of Engineering Mechanics, Vol 14, No 8, Featured Article
A. Louhghalam, T. Igusa and M. Tootkaboni, 2014, Dynamic Characteristics of Thin Laminated Composite Cylindrical Shells: Asymptotic Analysis Accounting for Edge Effect, Journal of Composite Structures, Vol 112, 22-37
A. Louhghalam, M. Akbarian and F.J. Ulm, 2014, Scaling Relations Of Dissipation-Induced Pavement-Vehicle Interactions, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, accepted for publication
A. Louhghalam and S.R. Arwade, 2010, Prediction of Incipient Damage Sites in Composites Using Classifiers, International Journal of Damage Mechanics, Vol 19, 233-260
A. Louhghalam, M. Tootkaboni and F.J. Ulm, 2014, Roughness-Induced Vehicle Energy Dissipation: Statistical Analysis and Scaling, submitted to the Journal of Engineering Mechanics
For complete list of publications see: http://arghavan.mit.edu