BARI MD ABDULLAH AL (D3) , Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management, wins at ASME, PVP 2017


ASME is a not-for-profit membership organization on mechanical engineering in North America, founded in 1880. ASME has grown through the decades to include more than 130,000 members in 151 countries.
The conference was held in Hawaii, USA, on July 16-21, 2017. Approximately 200 technical and panel discussion sessions were given at the conference, and about 1600 researchers participated it. The Award was given to the PhD student who gave a superior research.



<About awarded research>

Paper Title: Failure Mode Map of Pipes Under Dynamic Loadings

Preparation for beyond design basis events (BDBE) becomes an important issue as the lessons learned from the Fukushima nuclear accident. It is required to identify dominant failure modes for best estimation approach. Ratcheting, collapse and fatigue are the probable failure modes which can occur due to dynamic loadings like the seismic load. The current studies describe an attempt to clarify occurrence conditions of such failure mode as ratcheting and collapse for pipes. From above results, authors have proposed the failure mode map which can evaluate the occurrence conditions of ratcheting and collapse failure mode for pipes under dynamic loadings.


I’m very happy to receive this award. I would like to express my deepest gratitude to Prof. Naoto Kasahara and also our lab colleagues for all of their kind supports. To deserve this award, I’ll keep full commitment to my research.