Amirhossein was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1998. He is an M.Sc. student in the field of structural and earthquake engineering. He started his M.Sc. program at UBC on the 1st of January, 2022. He got his B.Sc. degree from the Isfahan University of Technology (IUT), Isfahan, Iran. Amir is interested in the seismic design of tall buildings and finite element-based simulations. Amir has done a meta-analysis to study the seismic behaviour of previously tested diagonally reinforced coupling beams (DRCBs), particularly the total inelastic rotation and stiffness of these beams. He is also working on the steel-reinforced coupling beams (SRCBs) by conducting experimental testing to evaluate the stiffness of these beams.
- High-rise Building
Current Research Project
- RC coupling beams
• Journal Paper:
- Amiri, A., Tobber, L., and Atkinson, J. (2022). Development of database and meta-analysis of diagonally reinforced coupling beams. American Engineering structures Journal; 2022 (under revision).
• Conference Paper:
- Amiri A, Tobber, L., and Atkinson, J. Canadian design recommendations for diagonally reinforced coupling beams using a new comprehensive database. CSCE Annual Conference; 2022.
- Tobber L, Dehghani, S., and Amiri, A. Canadian seismic design recommendations of outriggers in high-rise buildings. CSCE Annual Conference; 2022.
- Dehghani S, Amiri, A., and Tobber, L. Mitigation of higher mode effects in controlled rocking walls. CSCE Annual Conference; 2022.