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Dr Hassan Jalali

Assistant Professor

Department: Mechanical and Construction Engineering

Dr Jalali is an Assistant Professor within the Mechanical and Construction Engineering Department at Northumbria University, Newcastle. His main research interest is structural dynamics with a focus on linear and nonlinear mechanical joints and contact interface modelling. He received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST) in 2007. Dr Jalali has extensive research experience in theoretical and experimental structural dynamics, vibration analysis and FE model updating. 

Hassan Jalali

Structural dynamics

Inverse problems in vibration

Improvement of finite element models using experimental data

Modelling and identification of nonlinear mechanical joints

Frictional contact interface modelling

Uncertainty quantification in structural dynamics

Dynamics of rotating machinery

Machining vibration

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  • Harmonic-Balance-Based parameter estimation of nonlinear structures in the presence of Multi-Harmonic response and force, Taghipour, J., Haddad Khodaparast, H., Friswell, M., Shaw, A., Jalali, H., Jamia, N. 1 Jan 2022, In: Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing
  • An equivalent model of a nonlinear bolted flange joint, Jamia, N., Jalali, H., Taghipour, J., Friswell, M., Khodaparast, H. 15 May 2021, In: Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing
  • Stochastic modelling and updating of a joint contact interface, Jalali, H., Haddad Khodaparast, H., Madinei, H., Friswell, M. 15 Aug 2019, In: Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing
  • The effect of preload and surface roughness quality on linear joint model parameters, Jalali, H., Khodaparast, H., Friswell, M. 12 May 2019, In: Journal of Sound and Vibration
  • A modal-energy based equivalent lumped model for open cracks, Jalali, H., Noohi, F. 1 Jan 2018, In: Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing
  • Linear contact interface parameter identification using dynamic characteristic equation, Jalali, H. 1 Jan 2016, In: Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing
  • Micro/macro-slip damping in beams with frictional contact interface, Asadi, K., Ahmadian, H., Jalali, H. 8 Oct 2012, In: Journal of Sound and Vibration
  • Identification of micro-vibro-impacts at boundary condition of a nonlinear beam, Jalali, H., Ahmadian, H., Pourahmadian, F. 1 Apr 2011, In: Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing
  • Nonlinear model identification of a frictional contact support, Ahmadian, H., Jalali, H., Pourahmadian, F. 1 Nov 2010, In: Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing
  • Identification of nonlinear bolted lap-joint parameters by force-state mapping, Jalali, H., Ahmadian, H., Mottershead, J. 15 Dec 2007, In: International Journal of Solids and Structures

Mechanical Engineering PhD August 31 2007


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