Naser Khaji
Naser Khaji
Professor of Earthquake Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor modares.ac.ir
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Damage detection of truss bridge joints using Artificial Neural Networks
M Mehrjoo, N Khaji, H Moharrami, A Bahreininejad
Expert systems with applications 35 (3), 1122-1131, 2008
Closed-form solutions for crack detection problem of Timoshenko beams with various boundary conditions
N Khaji, M Shafiei, M Jalalpour
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 51 (9-10), 667-681, 2009
On the seismic behavior of cylindrical base-isolated liquid storage tanks excited by long-period ground motions
MR Shekari, N Khaji, MT Ahmadi
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 30 (10), 968-980, 2010
Application of genetic algorithm in crack detection of beam-like structures using a new cracked Euler–Bernoulli beam element
M Mehrjoo, N Khaji, M Ghafory-Ashtiany
Applied Soft Computing 13 (2), 867-880, 2013
A coupled BE–FE study for evaluation of seismically isolated cylindrical liquid storage tanks considering fluid–structure interaction
MR Shekari, N Khaji, MT Ahmadi
Journal of Fluids and Structures 25 (3), 567-585, 2009
A new bond-slip model for adhesive in CFRP–steel composite systems
E Dehghani, F Daneshjoo, AA Aghakouchak, N Khaji
Engineering Structures 34, 447-454, 2012
Simulation of strong ground motion in northern Iran using the specific barrier model
MR Soghrat, N Khaji, H Zafarani
Geophysical Journal International 188 (2), 645-679, 2012
System identification of concrete gravity dams using artificial neural networks based on a hybrid finite element–boundary element approach
I Karimi, N Khaji, MT Ahmadi, M Mirzayee
Engineering structures 32 (11), 3583-3591, 2010
A new semi-analytical method with diagonal coefficient matrices for potential problems
N Khaji, MI Khodakarami
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 35 (6), 845-854, 2011
Analytical solutions for free and forced vibrations of a multiple cracked Timoshenko beam subject to a concentrated moving load
M Shafiei, N Khaji
Acta Mechanica 221 (1-2), 79, 2011
A dual reciprocity BEM approach using new Fourier radial basis functions applied to 2D elastodynamic transient analysis
SH Javaran, N Khaji, H Moharrami
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 35 (1), 85-95, 2011
Analysis of elastostatic problems using a semi-analytical method with diagonal coefficient matrices
MI Khodakarami, N Khaji
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 35 (12), 1288-1296, 2011
Modeling transient elastodynamic problems using a novel semi-analytical method yielding decoupled partial differential equations
MI Khodakarami, N Khaji, MT Ahmadi
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 213, 183-195, 2012
First kind Bessel function (J-Bessel) as radial basis function for plane dynamic analysis using dual reciprocity boundary element method
SH Javaran, N Khaji, A Noorzad
Acta mechanica 218 (3-4), 247-258, 2011
Crack detection in a beam with an arbitrary number of transverse cracks using genetic algorithms
N Khaji, M Mehrjoo
Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology 28 (3), 823, 2014
New timoshenko-cracked beam element and crack detection in beam-like structures using genetic algorithm
M Mehrjoo, N Khaji, M Ghafory-Ashtiany
Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering 22 (3), 359-382, 2014
A semi-analytical method with a system of decoupled ordinary differential equations for three-dimensional elastostatic problems
N Khaji, MI Khodakarami
International Journal of Solids and Structures 49 (18), 2528-2546, 2012
Wave propagation in semi-infinite media with topographical irregularities using Decoupled Equations Method
MI Khodakarami, N Khaji
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 65, 102-112, 2014
Model updating of multistory shear buildings for simultaneous identification of mass, stiffness and damping matrices using two different soft-computing methods
E Khanmirza, N Khaji, VJ Majd
Expert Systems with Applications 38 (5), 5320-5329, 2011
New complex Fourier shape functions for the analysis of two-dimensional potential problems using boundary element method
N Khaji, SH Javaran
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 37 (2), 260-272, 2013
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