Hassan Ijaz


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    Dr. Hassan Ijaz has been working as an academic staff and research scientist for the last 17 years and has a diverse and rich experience both at industrial and academia level. Currently, he is actively involved in Academic research, which mainly encompasses Damage mechanics, Failure analysis, Mechanics of composite materials and Finite element analysis for static, fatigue and dynamic loading conditions. Dr Hassan has published his research work in reputable Peer Reviewed SCI indexed journals and Conferences.
    Main research activities include the FE simulation and analysis interfacial delamination crack growth in CFRP/GFRP laminates under static and fatigue loading. Also worked to determine the equivalent orthotropic properties of honeycomb structures using homogenization technique using FE anaylsis software CAST3M. Currently working on the machining simulation and finite element analysis of chip formation of Aluminium alloy and Magnesium alloy using Johnson-Cook damage criteria in FE software ABAQUS under the dynamic loading conditions. Machining simulations are performed considering both dry and cryogenic conditions.  Experience of working with Hashin/Tsai-Hill failure theories in ABAQUS and writing Fortran based VUMAT/ UMAT subroutines for Finite element Software (ABAQUS/CAST3M).

    Education/Academic qualification

    Mechanical Engineering, Doctorate, Prediction of delamination crack growth in composite laminates under static and fatigue loadings using cohesive zone model, École centrale de Nantes

    Award Date: 1 Oct 2009

    Mechanical Engineering, MEng, École centrale de Nantes

    Award Date: 2 Oct 2006


    • TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
    • Finite Element Analysis
    • Fracture and Damage Mechanics


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