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Unfortunately, Professor Mohammad H. Kargarnovin, Passed Away

 

  Mohammad H. Kargarnovin, the Honorary Member of the Backstretch™ *Academy of Sciences*, a distinguished professor at the Sharif University of Technology (Iran) passed away in November. He received his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the Tehran Polytechnic (Iran) in 1976. After receiving two master's degrees in mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1979, he joined the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA) to do a PhD in mechanical engineering (1979-1983). He made important contributions to the understanding of smart structures behaviour under dynamic loads as well as the FG Materials with their behaviours. In 2006 his name was appeared in the UK Who's Who in Computational Science and Engineering.

 

New Branch of the Backstretch TM * Academy of Sciences *

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Happy new Presidential Position of Backstretch Ô *Academy of Sciences*

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Team Abstract

 

We are honored to have your contributions and considerations. We appreciate your time and energy on visiting us as Backstretch™. In general, the group research topic can be summarized as the followings:

 

Analysis of Dynamical Systems                   Analysis of Non-Newtonian Fluids leading to Chaos

Thermodynamics                                          Computational Mechanics

Fluid Dynamics                                             Nonlinear Sciences,

Viscoelasticity                                               Methodology

Mathematics                                                  CFD

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The research has also had applications in emerging subjects such as topics in Biomechanics and Biomedical Systems. The level of research can be best determined by the quality of publications and citations in outstanding journals such as IJAET, Analytical Mechanics, Energy Convergence, Heat and Mass Transfer, Computational Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, IJESET, Physics of Fluids and Physical Review. As an example; the motion of lubricating Synovial fluid in natural joint is a fantastic application; an area that virtually requires all the mentioned topics at the least.

 

In addition, the analytical research and surveys all are achieved and archived in some laboratories of ours as the followings:

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory                             Thermodynamics Laboratory

Dynamics and Vibrations Laboratory               Surveying Laboratory

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Final word:

Please send your field of study proposal to Professor Barry Bancroft, Supervising Director of Departments and the team president's consultant.

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To the students

 

All the seekers and students all around the planet are cordially welcome. They can begin corporation with Backstretch™ unless they would like to be the research volunteer of the team.

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Graduate Research Assistantships – Mechanical Engineering Department – Backstretch Team ©

Mechanical Engineering at Backstretch-Research Department has numerous researches and combined research assistant positions available for BS, MS and PhD students, starts February 2013. The research areas include: Mechanical Structure Designing, Structural Dynamics, Nonlinear Vibration, Computational Mechanics, Controls, Networked dynamics systems, Robotics and Autonomous systems. Applicants are encouraged to apply and send their CV to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  

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