Faculty:Faculty of Science & Technology
Department:Engineering and the Built Environment
Mehrdad is a professional industrial research and development program coordinator with achievements in innovation, product design and industrial academia collaborations.
With over ten years of industrial career background involving managing industrial projects and meeting milestones to achieve positive results Mehrad joined Anglia Ruskin in 2012.
He began his career as a structural engineer in Iran and moved to become the FEA Engineer and Project Coordinator for Cellbound in 2005. He became a structural analyst for Force India Formula 1 team in 2011.
He is a specialist in metal/carbon composite mechanics, applied Finite Element techniques in crashworthiness, pedestrian and passenger safety, nuclear energy dissipation systems and roadside safety equipment.
Asadi, M, Walker, B, Shirvani, H, Shell or Solid Elements? Terminology to Choose the Modelling Technique for Offset Deformable Barrier, iCrash Conference, 2014, Malaysia
Asadi, M, Walker, B, Mebrahtu, H, Ashmead, M. "Finite Element Modeling of Aluminium Honeycomb with Variable Crush Strength and Its Application in AE-MDB Model", 9th European LS-DYNA conference, Manchester, 2013
Asadi, M, Abdennader, S. "The New Terminology to Develop and Evaluate IIHS Barrier Model Using Shell Elements", HTC Conference, Bonn, 2011
Asadi, M, Walker, B, "Application of Shell Elements to Create Advanced Finite Element Model for Offset Deformable Barrier", Int. J. Vehicle Structures & Systems, 3(2), 139-143, April 22, 2011
Featured in The Engineer magazine after innovation of a Pedestrian Friendly Bonnet in 2011.