Bahareh is a Civil Engineer with a PhD in numerical modelling. She is teaching Advanced Structural Design to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Civil Engineering students at NTU. She is a member of University Low Carbon research group and engaged with the research projects which aim to transform Nottingham into a smarter future.
Bahareh has been working in the Construction Management department at Moulton College where she was responsible for development of course curriculum and managing full time and part time Civil Engineering and Construction Management BSc courses. She has 8 years of experience working in industry in various positions including Structural Design Engineer and Project Manager. She analysed the structure of buildings using structural design software and performed detailed design calculations conforming to standards. Working as a Project Manager, she was in charge for the implementation of seven residential buildings in Tehran. She undertook routine site inspections and prepared quality procedural reports for the Council. She had to make the final decision to confirm that construction works complied with Building Regulations before she issued the relevant certificates.
- Modelling and Simulations
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Structural Analysis and Design
- Smart City Innovation
Yateem, W., Nassehi, V., Kaveh Baghbaderani, B., “Impact of gaseous and particulate matter emission for fluid catalytic cracking unit”, The European Multidisciplinary Society for Modelling and Simulation Technology, Hasselt University, Belgium, 2010
Kulkarni, A., Kaveh Baghbaderani, B, Nassehi, V., “Finite element modeling of underground flow”, The International Journal of Computer Aided Engineering and Technology, Volume 2, issue 4, 2010
Kaveh Baghbaderani, B, Nassehi, V., Kulkarni, A., “Three dimentional modelling of interaction between surface flow and Darcy flow through soils”, Water science and Technology, volume 60, issue 7, 2009
Kaveh Baghbaderani, B, Nassehi, V., Kulkarni, A., “Modelling of three dimensional Darcy flow through soils”, 7th International Simulation Conference, Loughborough, UK, 2009
Kulkarni, A., Kaveh Baghbaderani, B, Nassehi, V., “Finite element modelling of underground flow in low permeability land”, 6th International Simulation Conference, Lyon, France, 2008
Kaveh Baghbaderani, B., Keshavarzi-Roonizi, N., Ghorashi, R., Nassehi, V., “A Spectral Expansion Method For The Simulation of Vertical Salinity Variations In Upper-Milford Haven Estuary”, South Wales, UK, 5th International Simulation Conference, Milford, Italy, 2006
MAZHAR, M.U., KAVEH, B., SARSHAR, M., BULL, R. and FAYAZ, R., 2017. Community engagement as a tool to help deliver smart city innovation: a case study of Nottingham, United Kingdom. In: eceee (European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy) Summer Study Proceedings: Consumption, Efficiency & Limits, Belambra Les Criques, Toulon/Hyères, France, 29 May - 3 June 2017. Stockholm: eceee, pp. 807-820. ISBN 9789198387810
KAVEH, B., 2015. Finite element modelling of interaction between surface and Darcy flow regimes through soils. In: M. SARSHAR DRISCOLL, A. IANAKIEV and B. SERTYESILISIK, eds., Contemporary Trends in the Regenerative and Sustainable Built Environment:Technical and Managerial Aspects: workshop proceedings: Novel Energy for the Regenerative Built Environment: Technical and Managerial Aspects, 3-6 March 2014, Istanbul Technical Uni. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University: CADBE, pp. 88-97. ISBN 9780992887803
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