Dr. Atef Saleeb

Dr. Atef Saleeb

Title: Professor
Department: Civil Engineering
Office: ASEC 214
Phone: 330-972-7692
Fax: 330-972-6020
Email: saleeb@uakron.edu
Website: http://coel.ecgf.uakron.edu/~civiltest/daniel/civil_research/cmg/cmg_index.html


Biography

Structural Engineer 

Education

  • Ph.D. Purdue University, 1981
  • M.S.C.E, Purdue University, 1979
  • B.S.C.E., Cairo University, Egypt, 1974


Experience:

  • 1992 - Present, Professor of Civil Engineering, The University of Akron
  • 1984 - 1991, Assistant and Associate Professor, The University of Akron
  • 1983 - 1984, Assistant Professor, Cairo University, Egypt
  • 1981 - 1982, Visiting Assistant Professor, Purdue University


Courses Taught:

Undergraduate

Graduate

  • Statics
  • Mechanics of Solids
  • Computational Methods for Structural Analysis
  • Theory of Structures
  • Advanced Structural Analysis
  • Steel Design
  • Metallic Bridges
  • Computer Methods in Structural Engineering

 

  • Advanced Mechanics of Materials
  • Structural Stability
  • Limit Analysis in Structural Engineering
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Elasticity
  • Plasticity
  • Energy Methods
  • Advanced Structural Dynamics
  • Theory of Plates and Shells
  • Advanced Engineering  Materials
  • Computer Methods in Structural Engineering


Research Projects:

  • BOEING AND RECENT NASA NRA
  • Extending the Capabilities of the Program COMPARE, NASA Glenn NICC.
  • Surgical Simulations With Soft Biological Tissues, Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
  • Increasing the Usability of Program COMPARE, NICC/OCS.
  • Mechanistic Evaluation Of The Georgia Loaded Wheel Tester For Superpave Asphalt Mixtures, Ohio Department Of Transportation.
  • Defect Detection Schemes and Algorithmic Developments for Large-Scale Simulations of Damaging Viscoelastoplastic Structures, NASA Glenn
  • Developments in Coupled-Deformation-Damage and Fracture Modeling for Life Predictions of Structures, NASA Glenn
  • Mechanistic Evaluation of the Georgia Loaded Wheel Tester for Superpave Asphalt Mixtures, Ohio Department of Transportation
  • Enhancements for NURBS-Based FEA Airfoil Modeler-SABER, NASA Glenn
  • Deformation and Life Prediction of Polymer Matrix Composite Flywheel Rotors, NASA Glenn
  • Computational Tools and Techniques for the Macro/Micromechanical Analysis of Composite Structures, NASA Glenn
  • Advanced Engineering Computations, National Science Foundation
  • Thin Sheet Modeling for Metal Forming, Ford Motor Company
  • Refined Nonlinear Shell Analysis for Composites-Multiple Scale Phenomena and Shell-Intersection Problems, NASA Glenn
  • Finite Element Application to Sheet Metal Forming, National Science Foundation
  • Robust Integration Schemes for Generalized Viscoplasticity with Internal-State Variables, NASA Glenn
  • Fracture Evaluation and Lifetime Predictions of Viscoplastic Components, NASA Glenn


Selected Publications:

  • Saleeb, A.F., Padula II, S.A., Kumar, A., A multi-axial, multimechanism based constitutive model for the comprehensive representation of the evolutionary response of SMAs under general thermomechanical loading conditions, International Journal of Plasticity, Volume 27, Issue 5, May 2011, Pages 655-687
  • Saleeb, A.F., Kumar, A., Thomas, V.S., ‘The important roles of tissue anisotropy and tissue-to-tissue contact on the dynamical behavior of a symmetric tri-leaflet valve during multiple cardiac pressure cycle’, Med. Eng. Phy., submitted.
  • Kumar, A., Saleeb, A.F., 2010, ‘A general computational procedure for the dynamic analysis of axially moving media on trajectories with arbitrary curavture’, Alexandria Engineering Journal, submitted.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Kumar, A., 2011, ‘Automated Finite Element Analysis of Complex Dynamics of Primary System Traversed by Oscillatory Subsystem’, Int. J. Comput. Methods Eng. Sci. Mech., Vol. 12, n. 4, pp 184-202.
  • Yun, G.J, Saleeb, A.F., Binienda, W., Menzemer, C., Shang, S., 2010, ‘An Improved SelfSim for Inverse Extraction of Non-uniform, Nonlinear and Inelastic Constitutive Behavior under Cyclic Loadings’, J. Aerosp. Eng., In press.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Padula II, S.A., Kumar A., 2011, ‘A Multi – axial, Multi – mechanism based Constitutive Model for the Comprehensive Representation of the Evolutionary Response of SMAs under General Thermomechanical Loading Conditions’, Int. J. Plast., Vol. 27, n. 5, pp 655-687.
  • Kumar Abhimanyu, Saleeb, A.F., 2009, ‘Computer Modeling for the Complex Response Analysis of Nonstandard Structural Dynamics Problems’, J. of Aerospace Engg, Vol. 22, n. 3, pp 324-330.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Kumar Abhimanyu, 2009, ‘Comprehensive Modeling of Shape Memory Alloy Material Response Using a Multimechanism-Based Inelastic Model’, J. of Aerospace Engg, Vol 22, n. 4, 438-444.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Wilt, T.E., Trowbridge, D.A., J.R. Marks and Ivan Vesely, 2006, ‘Dynamic pre-processing software for the hyperviscoelastic modeling of complex anisotropic biological tissue materials’, Advances in Eng. Software, Vol. 37, n. 9, pp. 609-623.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Liang, R.Y., Al-Qablan, H., and Powers, D., 2005, ‘Numerical Simulation Techniques for HMA rutting under loaded wheel tester’, Int. J. of Pavement Engg., Vol. 6, n. 1, pp. 57-66.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Liang, R.Y, and Al-Qablan, H., 2005, ‘On the modeling and characterization of the viscoelastoplastic response of asphalt concrete mixtures’, Int. J. of Pavement, Vol. 3, n. 3, pp. 14-26.
  • Saleeb, A.F., and Arnold, S.M., 2004, ‘Specific hardening function definition and characterization of a multimechanism generalized potential-based viscoelastoplasticity model’, Int. J. of Plasticity, 20, pp. 2111-2142.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Marks, J.R., Wilt, T.E. and Arnold, S.M., 2004, ‘Interactive software for material parameter characterization of advanced engineering constitutive models’, Advances Engng. Software, 35, pp. 383-398.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Wilt, T.E., Al-Zoubi, N.R. and Gendy, A.S., 2003, ‘An anisotropic viscoelastoplastic model for composites—sensitivity analysis and parameter estimation’, Composites B, 34, pp. 21-39.
  • Marzouk, S. S., Gendy, A. S., Mikhaiel, S. N. and Saleeb, A. F., 2002 ‘Modeling with Increased Efficiency and Versatility for Flexural-Torsional Buckling of Unsymmetrical Thin-Walled Structures’, International Journal of Structures Stability and Dynamics, Vol. 2, No. 4., pp 431-456.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Gendy, A.S., and Wilt, T.E., 2002, ‘Parameter-estimation algorithms for characterizing a class of isotropic and anisotropic viscoplastic material models’, Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials, 6, pp. 323-362.
  • Arnold, S.M., Saleeb, A.F., Al-Zoubi, N.R., 2002, Deformation and life analysis of composite flywheel disk systems’, Composites Part B: Engineering Volume: 33, Issue: 6, September, pp. 433-459.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Wilt, T.E., Trowbridge, D.A., and Gendy, A.S., 2002, ‘Effective strategy for the automated characterization in complex viscoelastoplastic modeling for isotropic/anisotropic aerospace materials’, ASCE, J. of Aerospace Engineering, Vol 15, No 3, pp. 84-96.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Gendy, A.S., 2001, ‘Mixed Finite Element Modeling for the Dynamics of Beam Assemblages Undergoing Large Overall Motions in Space’, Int. J. of Computational Engg. Science 2, no. 2, pp. 309-338.
  • Arnold, S.M., Saleeb, A.F., and Castelli, M.G., 2001, ‘A General time dependent constitutive model-Part II: Application to a titanium alloy’, Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, Vol. 123, 65-73.
  • Saleeb, A.F., and Arnold, S.M., 2001, ‘A General time dependent constitutive model: Part I-Theoretical developments’, J. of Eng. Materials and Tech., Vol. 123, pp.51-64.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Arnold, S.M., Castelli, M.G., Wilt, T.E., and W. Graf, 2001, ‘A General Hereditary Multimechanism-Based Deformation Model With Application to The Viscoelastoplastic Response of Titanium Alloys’, International Journal of Plasticity, Vol. 17, pp. 1305-1350.
  • Lissenden, C.J., Arnold, S.M., and Saleeb, A.F., 2001, ‘Plastic Coupling and Stress Relaxation During Nonproportional Axial-Shear Strain-Controlled Loading’, J. of Pressure Vessel technology, Vol. 23, pp. 81-87.
  • Yuan, J.Z., Saleeb, A.F., and Gendy, A.S., 2000, ‘Stress Projection, Layerwise-Equivalent, Formulation For Accurate Predictions of Transverse Stresses in Laminated Plates and Shells’, International Journal of Computational Engineering and Science,Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 91-138.
  • Gendy, A.S., and Saleeb, A.F., 2000, ‘Nonlinear material parameter estimation for characterizing hyperelastic large strain models’, Computational Mechanics, Vol. 25, pp. 66-77.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Wilt, T.E., and W. Li, W., 2000, ‘Robust Integration Schemes for Generalized Viscoplasticity with Internal-State Variables’, Computers and Structures, Vol. 74, pp. 601-628.
  • Gendy, A.S. and Saleeb, A.F., 2000, ‘Nonlinear Dynamics for Mixed Shells With Large Rotation and Elastoplasticity’, Int. J. of Comput. Engrng. Science, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1-31.
  • Gendy, A.S., Saleeb, A.F., 1999, ‘Effective Modeling of Beams with Shear Deformations on Elastic Foundation’, Structural Engineering and Mechanics Vol. 8, No. 6, pp.607-622.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Wilt, T.E., and W. Li, W., 1999, ‘An Implicit Integration Scheme For Generalized Viscoplasticity with Dynamic Recovery’, Computational Mechanics, Vol. 21, No. 6, pp. 429-440.
  • Saleeb, A. F., Wilt, T. E., Li, W., 1998,An Implicit integration scheme for generalized viscoplasticity with dynamic recoveryComputational Mechanics, Volume: 21, Issue: 6, June 24, pp. 429 - 440.
  • Gendy, A.S., Saleeb, A.F., Mikhail, S.N., 1997, ‘Free Vibrations and Stability Analysis of Laminated Composite Plates and Shells with Hybrid/Mixed Formulation, Computers and Structures Vol. 63, No. 6, pp. 1149-1163.
  • Arnold, SM, Saleeb, A. F., Castelli, MG, 1996, ‘A fully associative, nonlinear kinematic, unified viscoplastic model for titanium-based matrices’, ASTM (USA), pp. 231-256.
  • Arnold, S.M., Saleeb, A.F., and Wilt, T.E., 1995, ‘A Modeling investigation of thermal and strain induced recovery and nonlinear hardening in potential based viscoplasticity’, J. Engng. Mater. Tech. ASME, Vol. 117, pp. 157-167.
  • Gendy, A.S., Saleeb, A.F., 1995, ‘Consistent Mixed Model for Stability of Stiffened Panels with Cut-outs, Computers and Structures’, Vol. 54, No.1, pp.119-130.
  • Binienda, WK, Saleeb, A. F., 1994, ‘Contact-stress phenomena in numerical simulation of unidirectionally-reinforced composite beams’, Computers and Structures, vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 277-288.
  • Iskovitz, I., Chang, T.Y.P., and Saleeb, A.F., 1994, ‘ Extension of an asymptotic algorithm to orthotropic viscoplastic structural analysis’, Computer and Structures, Vol. 52, No. 4, pp. 667-678.
  • Gendy, A. S., Saleeb, A. F., 1994. ‘Vibration Analysis of Coupled Extensional/Flexural/Torsional Modes of Curved Beams With Arbitrary Thin-Walled Sections’, Journal of Sound and Vibration Volume: 174, Issue: 2, July 7, pp. 261 - 274.
  • Kim Y, Saleeb A. F., Chang TYP, 1994, ‘Implementation Of Material Stiffness Coefficients In Finite Element Applications To Rubber’, Tire Science and Technology; 22, No.4, Oct-Dec. p.223-41.
  • Gendy, A. S., Saleeb, A. F., 1994, ‘Generalized mixed finite element model for pre- and post-quasistatic buckling response of thin-walled framed strucutres’, Int. J. Num. Meth. Engng., Vol. 37, pp. 297-322.
  • Arnold, S.M., and Saleeb, A.F., 1994, ‘On the thermodynamic framework of generalized coupled thermoelastic viscoplastic–Damage Modeling’, Int. J. Plasticity, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 263-278.
  • Saleeb, A.F. and Chang, T.Y.P., 1994, ‘An Effective Two-Dimensional Frictional Contact Model For Arbitrary Curved Geometry’, Int. J for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 37, pp. 1297-1321.
  • Arnold, S.M., Saleeb, A. F., Tan, H. Q., Zang, Y., 1994, ‘Explicit robust schemes for implementation of a class of principal value-based constitutive models: symbolic and numerical implementation’, Int. J. Num. Meth. Engng., Vol. 37, pp. 1931-1944.
  • Arnold, S.M., Saleeb, A. F., Tan, H. Q., Zang, Y., 1994, ‘Explicit robust schemes for implementation of a class of principal value-based constitutive models’, Computer and Structures, Vol 53, No. 6, pp. 1437.
  • Gendy, A. S., Saleeb, A. F., 1993, ‘Generalized yield surface representations in the elasto-plastic three-dimensional analysis of frames’, Computer and Structures, Vol. 49, No. 2, pp. 351-362.
  • Saleeb, A.F., and Wilt, T.E., 1993, ‘Analysis of the anisotropic viscoplastic-damage response of composite laminates-continuum basis and computational algorithms’, Int. J. Num. Meth. Engng., Vol. 36, pp. 1629-1660.
  • Chang, T.Y.P., Saleeb, A.F., Iskovitz, I., 1993, ‘Finite element implementation of state variable-based viscoplasticity models’, Computer and Structures, Vol 46, No. 1 pp. 33-45.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Chang, T.Y., Gendy, A.S., 1992, ‘Effective Modeling of Spatial Buckling of Beam Assemblages, Accounting for Warping Constraints and Rotation-Dependency of Moments’, Int. J. Numerical Methods in Eng., Vol. 33, pp. 469-502.
  • Gendy, A.S., Saleeb, A.F., and Chang, T.Y., 1992, ‘Generalized Thin-Walled Beam Models for Coupled Flexural-Torsional Analysis’, J. Computers and Structures, Vol. 42, pp. 531-550.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Chang, T.Y.P., and Arnold, S.M., 1992, ‘On the development of explicit robust schemes for implementation of a class of hyperelastic models in large-strain analysis of rubbers’, Int. J. Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 33, pp. 1237-1249.
  • Gendy, AS; Saleeb, A. F., 1992, ‘On the finite element analysis of the spatial response of curved beams with arbitrary thin-walled sections’, Computers and Structures, Vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 639-652.
  • Saleeb A.F., and Gendy, A.S., 1991, ‘Shear Flexible Models for Spatial Buckling of Thin-Walled Curved Beams’, Int. J. Numerical Methods in Eng., Vol. 31, pp. 729-757.
  • Chang, T.Y., Saleeb, A.F., and Li, G., 1991, ‘Large Strain Analysis of Rubber-Like Materials by a Mixed Finite Element Method’, Computational Mechanics Journal, Vol. 8, pp. 221-233.
  • Iskovitz, I. Chang, T.Y.P., and Saleeb, A.F., 1991, ‘Finite element implementation of state variable-based viscoplasticity models’, ASME, Material Division (Publication) MD, Vol 26, pp. 307-321.
  • Duffy, SF; Saleeb, A. F., 1991, ‘Design Practices For Whisker-Toughened Ceramic Components” Ceramics and Glasses ASM International’, p.733-740 ASM International; Engineered Materials Handbook Vol.4.
  • Chang, T.Y., Saleeb, A.F., & Yaun, J., 1991, ‘Use of a mixed shell element for efficient modeling of sheet metal forming’, SAE Special Publications, no. 865, pp. 129-132.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Chang, T.Y., Graf, W., and Yingyeunyong, S., 1990, ‘A Hybrid/Mixed Model for Nonlinear Shell Analysis and Its Applications to Large-Rotation Prob­lems’, Int. J. Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 29, pp. 407-446.
  • Wilt, T., Saleeb, A.F., and Chang, T.Y., 1990, ‘A Mixed Element for Laminated Plates and Shells’, J. Computers and Structures, Vol. 37, pp. 597-612.
  • Arnold, S., Robinson D.N., and Saleeb, A.F., 1989, ‘Creep Buckling of Cylindrical Shells Under Variable Loading’, Journal of Engineering Mechanics, Vol. 115, No. 5, ASCE, pp. 1054-1074.
  • Chang, T.Y., Saleeb, A.F., and Graf, W., 1989, ‘On the Mixed Formulation of a 9 Node Lagrange Shell Element’, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 73, pp. 259-282.
  • Shyu, S., Chang, T.Y., Saleeb, A.F., 1989, ‘Friction-Contact Analysis Using a Mixed Finite Element Method’, J. Computers and Structures, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 223-242.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Chang T.Y., and Yingyeunyong, S., 1988, ‘A Mixed Formulation of Co-Linear Triangular Plate/Shell Element-The Role of Edge Shear Constraints’, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 26, pp. 1101-1128.
  • Saleeb, A.F., and Lou, K.A., 1988, ‘A Simplified Bounding-Surface Plasticity Model for Predictions of Sand Behavior", in Constitutive Equations for Granular Soils’, A. Saada and G. Bianchini (Eds.), A.A. Balkema Publishers, Netherlands, 593-613.
  • Chang, T.Y., Saleeb A. F., and Shyu, S.C., 1988, ‘Finite Element Solutions of Two Dimensional Contact Problems Based on A Consistent Mixed Formulation’, Computers and Structures, Vol. 27, No. 4, pp. 455-466.
  • Saleeb A.F., and Chang, T.Y., 1987, ‘An Efficient Quadrilateral Element for Plate Bending Analysis’, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 24, pp. 1123‑1155.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Chang T.Y., and Graf, W., 1987, ‘A Quadrilateral Shell Element Using a Mixed Formulation’, International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 26, No. 5, pp. 787‑803.
  • Saleeb, A.F. and Chang, T.Y., 1987, ‘On the Mixed Formulation of Curved Beam Elements’, Journal of Computer Method in Applied Mechanics and Engineer­ing, Vol. 60, pp. 95‑121.
  • Saleeb, A.F. and Chang, TY: 1987, “On the hybrid-mixed formulation of C0 curved beam elements”. Comp. Methods Appl. Mech. Eng., vol. 60, no. 1, pp. 95-121.
  • Chang, TY; Saleeb, A.F. ; Shyu, SC, 1987, “Finite element solutions of two-dimensional contact problems based on a consistent mixed formulation” Computers and Structures, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 455-466.
  • Graf, W., Chang, T.Y., and Saleeb A.F., 1986, ‘On the Numerical Performance of Three-Dimensional Thick Shell Elements Using a Hybrid/Mixed Formulation’, Journal of Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol. 2, pp. 357-375.
  • Chang, T.Y., Saleeb A.F., Wang P.S., and Tan, H.Q., 1986, ‘On the Symbolic Manipulation and Code Generation for Elasto-Plastic Material Matrices’, Journal of Engineering with Computers, Vol. 1, pp. 205‑215.
  • Wang, P.S., H. Tan, H., Saleeb A.F., and Chang, T.Y. 1986, ‘Code Generation for Hybrid Mixed Mode Formulation in Finite Element Analysis’, Associa­tion for Computing Machinery, Vol. 2, pp. 45‑52.
  • Chen, W.F. and Saleeb A.F., 1984, ‘Plasticity Modeling for Engineering Materials-Develop­ments and Applications’, Special Anniversary Vol. for Honor of Prof. Massonet, Liege, Belgium, pp. 117‑132.
  • Saleeb, A.F. and Chen, W.F., 1981, ‘Elastic-Plastic Large Displacement Analysis of Pipes’, Journal of the Structural Division, ASCE, Vol. 107, No. ST4, pp. 605‑626.
  • Saleeb, A.F. and Chen, W.F., 1981, ‘Nonlinear Hyperelastic Constitutive Models for Soils, Part I: Theory and Calibration’, in "Limit Equilibrium, Plasticity, and Generalized Stress-Strain in Geotechnical Engineering", R.N. Yong and H.Y. Ko (Eds.), ASCE Publication, pp. 265‑285.
  • Saleeb, A.F. and Chen, W.F., 1981, ‘Nonlinear Hyperelastic Constitutive Models for Soils, Part II: Predictions and Comparisons, in Limit Equilibrium, Plasticity, and Generalized Stress-Strain in Geotechnical Engineering’, R.N. Yong and H.Y. Ko (Eds.), ASCE Publication, pp. 492‑538.

Books and Chapters in Books:

  • Chen, W.F., and Saleeb, A.F., ‘Constitutive Equations for Engineering Materials: Plasticity and Modeling’, Volume 2, Elsevier Science Publ. Co. Inc., New York, 1994.
  • Chen, W.F., and Saleeb, A.F., ‘Constitutive Equations for Engineering Materials: Elasticity and Modeling’, Volume 1, Elsevier Science Publ. Co. Inc., New York, 1994.
  • Duffy S.F., and Saleeb, A.F., ‘Design Practices for Whisker-Toughened Ceramic Components’, chapter in Part 10 of ASM” Engineering Materials Handbook – Vol. 4: Ceramics and Glasses”, S.J. Schneider, Jr. (Ed.), Published by ASM International, USA, First/Second editions, 1991/1994.
  • Saleeb, A.F., Chang, T.Y.P., and Yingyeunyong, S., ‘Analysis of Finitely-Deformed Shells Using Low-Order Mixed Elements’, chapter in Part 3 of ‘Computational Mechanics of Nonlinear Response of Shells’, W.B. Kratzig and E. Onate (Eds.) Springer-Series on Computational Mechanics, Springer-Verlag, NY, 1990.
  • Meyers V.J. and Saleeb, A.F., ‘Matrix Analysis of Structures: Solution Manual’, Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., New York, 1983.
  • Chen W.F., and Saleeb, A.F., ‘Constitutive Equations for Engineering Materials’, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1982.
  • Editing and Review of Chapter 2, ‘Constitutive Modeling for Concrete’, prepared by an ASCE Sub_Committee (W.F. Chen, Chairman), in “A State-of-the-Art Report on Finite Element Analysis of R.C. Structures”, ASCE Committee on Concrete and Masonry Structures, ASCE Special Publication, 1982.

Advanced Material Modeling and Nonlinear Computational Methods Group