Mr Mohammad Yousuf

Mr Mohammad Yousuf

SCEM Casual Academic - Spring/2H 2018 - 7004513 (2),
Deans Unit School of Computing, Engineering & Math

SCEM Casual Academic - Spring/2H 2018 - 7004513 (4),
Deans Unit School of Computing, Engineering & Math

SCEM Casual Academic - Spring/2H 2018 - 7004513 (1),
Deans Unit School of Computing, Engineering & Math

Biography

Dr. Mohammad Yousuf is a Casual Academic of school of computing, engineering and mathematics at the University of Western Sydney. He was appointed to this position in August 2008. He recieved his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Structural Engineering  from the Institute for Infrastructure Engineering (IIE) at University of Western Sydney (UWS), Australia in 2014. He published 3 scholerly international Journal papers and 4 international conference papers in the areas of structural engineering, structural Impact and structural modelling. He has also been involved with several major projects as a consultant over the years. Prior to his PhD degree he recieved his Bechelor of Science (BSc) in Civil engineering degree with first class honours and hold 2nd position from Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology (DUET), Bangladesh in 2005. 

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Qualifications

  • BSc Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology

Professional Memberships

  • Australian Steel Institute (2016 - 2017)
  • BSTQM (2007)
  • IEB (2006)

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Deans Unit School of Computing, Engineering & Math
  • Deans Unit School of Computing, Engineering & Math
  • Deans Unit School of Computing, Engineering & Math

Contact

Email: M.Yousuf@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone:
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Location: XC.1.01
Penrith (Kingswood)
Website:

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Teaching

Previous Teaching Areas

  • 200470 Construction Technology 4 (Steel Construction), 2016
  • 200470 Construction Technology 4 (Steel Construction), 2017
  • 200472 Material Science in Construction, 2015
  • 200502 Construction Technology 3 (Concrete Construction), 2016
  • 300040 Mechanics of Materials, 2012
  • 300040 Mechanics of Materials, 2016
  • 300463 Fundamentals of Mechanics, 2008
  • 300463 Fundamentals of Mechanics, 2014
  • 300485 Foundation Engineering, 2010
  • 300486 Infrastructure Engineering, 2012
  • 300488 Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2016
  • 300720 Construction Technology 1 (Civil), 2011
  • 300720 Construction Technology 1 (Civil), 2016
  • 300720 Construction Technology 1 (Civil), 2017
  • 300721 Construction Technology 2 (Substructure), 2016
  • 300730 Steel Structures, 2011
  • 300731 Soil Engineering, 2009
  • 300738 Surveying for Engineers, 2014
  • 300964 Introduction to Engineering Practice, 2016
  • 700038 Engineering Design and Construction Practice (UWSC), 2013
  • 85738 Engineering Geology, 2013

Dr. Yousuf PhD thesis topic was "Static and Impact Behaviour of Hollow and Concrete Filled Steel Columns".

The aim of this study was to explore the impact performance of structural mild and stainless steel for use in composite columns subjected to extreme loading. In the past, composite columns were formed by covering steel with concrete. A recent development has seen composite steel concrete columns formed by filling structural steel tubes with concrete. Concrete-filled steel tube (CFST) columns are becoming increasingly popular for critical infrastructure protection due to their greater span/depth ratio capabilities, reduced deflection and increased stiffness. Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) against extreme loading events has always been a major research interest due to rising concern regarding the risk of accidental or intentional explosions, and attacks by missiles, ballistic weapons, vehicular bombs and cars or ships colliding with bridge piers and other structures. 

He is interested to research in the following area:

  • Blast or Impact Resistance of Structure
  • Structural Mechanics and Mechanical Behaviour of Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel and High Strength Steel.
  • Light Weight and Fibre Reinforcement Concrete
  • Thin Wall Structure
  • Non-Linear Finite Element Analysis

This information has been contributed by Mr Yousuf.

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