Saman Farhangdoust
Saman Farhangdoust
Aeronautics and Astronautics Department at Stanford University, MIT
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Graphene-like BC6N nanosheets are potential candidates for detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in human breath: A DFT study
SM Aghaei, A Aasi, S Farhangdoust, B Panchapakesan
Applied Surface Science 536, 147756, 2021
Enhancement of the low-frequency acoustic energy harvesting with auxetic resonators
P Eghbali, D Younesian, S Farhangdoust
Applied Energy 270, 115217, 2020
Enhancement of piezoelectric vibration energy harvesting with auxetic boosters
P Eghbali, D Younesian, S Farhangdoust
International Journal of Energy Research 44 (2), 1179-1190, 2020
Health Monitoring of Closure Joints in Accelerated Bridge Construction: A Review of Non-Destructive Testing Application
S Farhangdoust, A Mehrabi
Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology 17 (7), 381-404, 2019
A laser-based noncontact vibration technique for health monitoring of structural cables: background, success, and new developments
AB Mehrabi, S Farhangdoust
Advances in Acoustics and Vibration 2018, 2018
Dynamic analysis of a plate on the generalized foundation with fractional damping subjected to random excitation
A Hosseinkhani, D Younesian, S Farhangdoust
Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2018, 2018
Kirigami auxetic structure for high efficiency power harvesting in self-powered and wireless structural health monitoring systems
S Farhangdoust, G Georgeson, JB Ihn, FK Chang
Smart Materials and Structures, 2021
Bistable wind-induced vibration energy harvester for self-powered wireless sensors in smart bridge monitoring systems
S Farhangdoust, A Mehrabi, D Younesian
Nondestructive characterization and monitoring of advanced materials …, 2019
NDT methods applicable to health monitoring of ABC closure joints
S Farhangdoust, AB Mehrabi, SFA Mowsavi
27th Research Symposium-The American Society for Non-destructive Testing …, 2018
Auxetic cantilever beam energy harvester
S Farhangdoust
Smart Structures and NDE for Industry 4.0, Smart Cities, and Energy Systems …, 2020
Composites bond inspection using heterodyne effect and SuRE methods
S Tashakori, A Baghalian, V y Senyurek, S Farhangdoust, D McDaniel, ...
Shock and Vibration 2018, 2018
Prediction of damage location in composite plates using artificial neural network modeling
S Farhangdoust, S Tashakori, A Baghalian, A Mehrabi, IN Tansel
Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and …, 2019
Interaction of higher modes in nonlinear free vibration of stiffened rectangular plates
S Farhangdoust, D Younesian, E Esmailzadeh
ASME 2017 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and …, 2017
Fracture detection in steel girder bridges using self-powered wireless sensors
M Abedin, S Farhangdoust, A Mehrabi
Risk-based Bridge Engineering, 216-228, 2019
NDT Methods Applicable to Health Monitoring of ABC Closure Joints
A Mehrabi, S Farhangdoust
the U.S. Department of Transportation (SUDOT), University Transportation …, 2019
Non-destructive evaluation of closure joints in accelerated bridge construction using a damage etiology approach
S Farhangdoust, A Mehrabi
Applied Sciences 10 (4), 1457, 2020
NDT Inspection of Critical ABC Details to Assure Life Cycle Performance and Avoid Future Unforeseen Excessive Repairs
S Farhangdoust, A Mehrabi
Structures Congress 2019 : Bridges, Nonbuilding and Special Structures, and …, 2019
Auxetic MEMS sensor
S Farhangdoust, SM Aghaei, N Pala, A Mehrabi
Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and …, 2020
Design of prestressed precast pile splice using glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) dowels
S Farhangdoust, A Mehrabi, S Nolan
Engineering Structures 244, 112806, 2021
A creative vibration energy harvesting system to support a self-powered internet of thing (IoT) network in smart bridge monitoring
S Farhangdoust, C Mederos, B Farkiani, A Mehrabi, H Taheri, ...
Proceedings of the ASME 2020, International Mechanical Engineering Congress …, 2020
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