Kamyab Zandi

Associate Professor, Structural Engineering, Dept. Architecture and Civil Engineering, Chalmers
Visiting Professor, Dept. Aeronautics & Astronautics, Structures and Composites Laboratory, Stanford University

Kamyab Zandi is an Associate Professor in Concrete Structures at the Division of Structural Engineering at Chalmers, and a visiting professor at the Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics at Stanford University.
His research concerns with Digital Twin of infrastructures, with the particular focus on concrete infrastructures across all length scales from material level to structure and network level, and service life assessment of concrete structures subjected to deterioration, especially corrosion of reinforcement and frost. A multi-disciplinary approach combining the power of physics-based models, data-driven models and experiments is pursued to address the multi-scale multi-physics problem of durability and service life of infrastructures.
Sustainable Infrastructure & Urban Transformation (Master course, under planning)

​Chalmers Areas of Advance : 

Transport

Information and Communication technology 
ARC 2010 Program

Corrosion of reinforcement aects the bond mechanism between reinforcement and concrete, and thus the anchorage. This program contains a model that describes the bond-slip response of corroded reinforcement, which can be used in the assessment of the anchorage capacity in corrosion-damaged structures. The ARC 2010 program consists of a number of function files written in the Matlab programming language, example files and a manual. 

Published: Sun 15 Dec 2019.