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Dr Fatemeh Javidan

Lecturer, Structural Engineering





Mt Helen Campus, Online


Dr Fatemeh Javidan is a Lecturer in structural engineering at Federation University Australia.

Dr Javidan’s research expertise includes advanced high-strength steel materials in structural engineering and mining applications, nonlinear plastic modelling of structural materials, cyclic and monotonic multidirectional testing of large-scale structural components, fabrication methods and welding effects on steel structures, and finite element analysis of steel and composite structures.

Throughout her research career, Fatemeh has conducted projects in collaboration with industry partners such as InfraBuild, MaxiTrans, SSAB steel company, and BAO Engineering. Prior to joining Federation University, she was a Research Fellow at the Department of Civil Engineering and the ARC Nanocomm Hub, Monash University.

Fatemeh completed her PhD in structural engineering at Monash University in 2017, and also holds a Master of Structural Engineering.

Fracture analysis of cracked magneto-electro-elastic functionally graded materials using scaled boundary finite element method

An Online Peer Assessment Method in Computational-based Engineering Courses: combining theoretical and computer tools

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Circular hollow compression members of grade 1200 steel: experiments and design

Recent developments in technology and manufacturing of steel has led to a significant increase in...

Lateral Cyclic Performance of Hybrid Fabricated Beam‐Columns

Modelling and slenderness design of high-capacity hybrid beam–columns under lateral cyclic loading

The ‘dual-steel’ concept involves combining High-Strength Steel (HSS) and mild steel to control...

Cyclic modelling of prefabricated high-capacity hybrid members

This paper investigates the lateral cyclic performance of a high capacity pre-fabricated hollow...

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Recent developments in technology and manufacturing of steel has led to a significant increase in...

  • Conference Proceedings

Cyclically strained grade 800 and 1200 steel tube materials

Application of high tensile steel in various structural forms such as rolled or fabricated...

Structural coupling mechanism of high strength steel and mild steel under multiaxial cyclic loading

High strength steel is widely used in industrial applications to improve the load-bearing...

Bending moment and axial compression interaction of high capacity hybrid fabricated members

Along with proposing any innovative structural element for design purposes it is necessary to...

Fundamental behaviour of high strength and ultra-high strength steel subjected to low cycle structural damage

Along with the rising application of high strength steel in civil engineering practice, it has...

Seismic performance of high capacity hybrid beam‐columns: Comprising of high strength steel tubes subjected to lateral cyclic loading

High strength and ultra‐high strength materials are widely used in industrial applications...

Application of high strength and ultra-high strength steel tubes in long hybrid compressive members: Experimental and numerical investigation

With the increasing application of high strength steel material in industries, there is a high...

Effect of weld on the mechanical properties of high strength and ultra-high strength steel tubes in fabricated hybrid sections

INTRODUCTION: In the United States, accident and fatality rates in helicopter emergency medical...

Compressive behavior of innovative hollow long fabricated columns utilizing high strength and ultra-high strength tubes

A comprehensive experimental study is carried out on the compressive behaviour of high strength...

Performance of innovative fabricated long hollow columns under axial compression

Fabricated sections are a convenient option for structures or structural elements in demand of...

Lattice discrete particle modeling of compressive failure in hollow concrete blocks

This work incorporates newly introduced Lattice Discrete Particle Model (LDPM) to assess the...