Farzad Ebrahimi

University of TehranIran

Dr. Farzad Ebrahimi was born in Qazvin, Iran, in 1979. He graduated in Mechanical engineering, from the University of Tehran, Iran, in 2002. He received his Msc and PhD in Mechanical engineering, with a specialization in applied design from the University of Tehran, Iran, in 2009. Since 2002, he has been working at the “Smart Materials and Structures Lab” Research Center of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tehran, where he is a researcher of smart functionally graded materials and structures. He is involved in several international journals as editor and reviewer. He serves on the editorial board of “Far East Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Physics”. He is the author of books “Smart Functionally Graded Plates” and “Progress in Analysis of Functionally Graded Structures”, Nova Science Publishers, NY. He also served as the editor of the book “Advances in Vibration Analysis Research”, InTech – Open Access Publisher, Croatia. His research interests focus on areas of smart materials and structures, plate and shell theory, vibration analysis of continuous systems, composite materials and structures, functionally graded materials and structures, finite element analysis and fracture mechanics and he has published several researches in these fields. His research in these areas has been presented at international conferences and appeared in academic journals such as “Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology”, “Smart Materials and Structures”, “European Journal of Mechanics” and ”Archive of Applied Mechanics and Thin Walled Structures”. Farzad has also strong collaboration with Iranian industries on gas and oil projects, as well as serves as ad-hoc referee in several top academic journals.

4books edited

3chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Farzad Ebrahimi

The piezoelectric transducer converts electric signals into mechanical vibrations or vice versa by utilizing the morphological change of a crystal which occurs on voltage application, or conversely by monitoring the voltage generated by a pressure applied on a crystal. This book reports on the state of the art research and development findings on this very broad matter through original and innovative research studies exhibiting various investigation directions. The present book is a result of contributions of experts from international scientific community working in different aspects of piezoelectric transducers. The text is addressed not only to researchers, but also to professional engineers, students and other experts in a variety of disciplines, both academic and industrial seeking to gain a better understanding of what has been done in the field recently, and what kind of open problems are in this area.

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