Dichuan Zhang, PhD

Associate Professor

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Development of Lightweight Engineered Cementitious Composites for Multifunctional Seismic Retrofitting on Unreinforced Masonry Structures Using Industry Byproducts

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20092022

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Research interests

  1. Seismic-Resistant Structures
  2. Nonlinear Dynamic Finite Element Analysis
  3. Soil-Foundation Interaction
  4. Energy Piles
  5. Structures Subjected to Blast Loading
  6. Structural Mechanics

Personal profile

Dr. Dichuan Zhang obtained his Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Arizona. Dr. Zhang’s research has focused on improving safety and reliability for reinforced concrete structures under extreme loads such as earthquakes and blast using state-of-art analytical and experimental integrated research methods. He has conducted thousands of analytical simulations for building structures using nonlinear dynamic methods and has been involved in several large-scale structural experiments including two shake table tests and one hybrid test.

Teaching

  1. Structural Design-Concrete
  2. Structures Design-Steel
  3. Finite Element Methods
  4. Structural Dynamic and Earthquake Engineering
  5. Behaviro and Design of Structural System
  6. Structural Analysis
  7. Structural Mechanics

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Research Collaboration with JSC Arcelormittal Temirtau

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