Seyed Hamid Hashemi, is an assistant professor of civil engineering at the Arak University, Arak, Iran. He received his PhD from Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman. His research interests include concrete technology, finite element method, nonlinear analysis of concrete structures, ductility and strengthening of concrete structures. He is the author of about 40 papers.
Covers a range of topics related to Structural Engineering, Reinforced Concrete structures, Concrete Composite materials, Materials of construction and Strengthening of structures, such as; modeling and testing structures and structural components and materials, flexural and shear capacity of normal and high strength concrete beams, fiber reinforced composite materials and structural elements, high-strength normal and lightweight concrete, high performance concrete, durability of concrete in hot and aggressive environments, special concretes, RCC, use of industrial byproducts in concrete, SCC(material and structural elements), sulfur concrete, nonlinear analysis and design of RC structures, multiaxial behavior of concrete, Repair & Strengthening of Structures in Seismic Zones, influence of concrete strength on RC structures and structural components and material behavior, failure criteria of concrete in stress and strain space, external confinement of RC beam column joints for seismic zones, inelastic models for RC flexural and compressive members, seismic design parameters for RC members and structures, precast structures for seismic zones, influence of reinforcement corrosion on seismic performance of RC structures, RC for crude oil tanks, Use of FRP in strengthening RC beams, columns, slabs and walls, steel coupling beams in shear walls.