Affiliations: UC Berkeley
(1) Modeling and simulation of:
(a) Advanced manufacturing processes
(b) 3D printing processes
(c) high-strength/light-weight fabric
(d) particulate/granular flows
(e) multiphase/composite electromagnetic materials
(f) dynamics of swarms and UAVs
(g) propagation of fires and incandescent particles
(2) Micro-structural/macro-property inverse problems-optimization and design of new materials
(3) Discrete Element, Finite Element and Finite Difference methods
To learn more about Professor Zohdi’s research, please visit the Computational Manufacturing and Materials Research Lab website.
Talks: Fire Research Group Overview
Zohdi, T. I. (2009) Mechanistic modeling of swarms. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. Volume 198, Issues 21-26, Pages 2039-2051.
Zohdi, T. I. (2016). On firework blasts and qualitative parameter dependency. Proceedings of the Royal Society. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspa.2015.0720
Zohdi, T. I. and Cabalo, J. (2017). On the thermomechanics and footprint of fragmenting blasts. International Journal of Engineering Science. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijengsci.2017.05.007
Zohdi, T. I. (accepted). Multiple UAVs for Mapping: a review of basic modeling, simulation and applications. Annual Review of Environment and Resources.
Zohdi, T. I. (in press). Modeling the spatio-thermal fire hazard distribution of incandescent material ejecta in manufacturing. Computational Mechanics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00466-018-1617-2