Hamood Al-Washali - Assistant Professor

 

【出 身 地】Nationality : イエメン  Yemen

   

          Dar-alhajr , Sanaa city yemen                 Shibam city , yemen     

  • Education History 

Doctoral Degree                  Tohoku University                     2015/10/1 ~ 2018/9/25  

Master degree                      Tohoku University                     2011/4/1 ~  2013/3/31

Research student               Tohoku University                     2009/10/1 –2011/3/31

​Bachelor degree                 Mutah University, Jordan     2002/9/1 –2007/6/24

  • Work History

Assistant Professor    Tohoku University                 2018/10/1 ~ now

Project engineer      Sanaa Co.for Eng.& Construction.  in Yemen          2007/8/1 ~ 2009/9/30

Project engineer         Sanaa Co. for Eng. & Construction. in  Yemen     2013/4/1  ~ 2015/8/31

Research Topic:   Reinforced concrete with masonry infill walls

Research interest:   Reinforced concrete buildings, Seismic capacity evaluation,

                                             masonry infill,   Seismic retrofit, RC Shear walls

 

Contact email:  Hamood@rcl.archi.tohoku.ac.jp  

                               or         yemham@gmail.com 

Publications:

1-Hamood Alwashali, Kazuto Matsukawa, Kota Miura, Joji Sakuta and Maeda Masaki “Seismic Evaluation Study of existing RC buildings in Jordan” Proceedings of Architecture institute of Japan (AIJ) annual meeting, August 23, 2011, Tokyo, Japan

 

2- Masaki Maeda ,Hamood  Alwashali,Kanako Takahashi and Kazuki Suzuki,Damage to Reinfoced Concrete School Buildings in Miyagi After The 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake”,Proceedings of the International Symposium on Engineering Lessons Learned From the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake ,March , 2012. Tokyo, Japan

 

3- Hamood Alwashali, Kanako Takahashi, Kazuki Suzuki and Maeda Masaki “Study of low-rise RC buildings with relatively high seismic capacity damaged by Great East Japan Earthquake 2011” Proceedings of Japan Concrete Institute (JCI) Conference , 4th July ,2012. Hiroshima, Japan.

 

4- 高橋香菜子,Hamood Alwashali,前田匡樹,2011 年東北地方太平洋沖地震における宮城県内のRC 造校舎の耐震性能と被害傾向の検討と被害事例,Proceedings of Japan Concrete Institute (JCI) Conference , 4th July ,2012. Hiroshima, Japan.

 

5- Hamood Alwashali, Kanako Takahashi, Kazuto Matsukawa, Hideki Kimura, Susumu Takahashi, Maeda Masaki and Toshikatsu Ichinose “Investigation of Buildings in Tohoku University Damaged by the 2011Great East Japan Earthquake – part 1: Study of low-rise RC buildings damaged in 2011 Great east Japan Earthquake” Proceedings of Architecture institute of Japan, annual meeting,12,Spetember-2012, Nagoya, Japan.

 

 6- Dandan Zhao,Hamood Alwashali ,Kazuto Matsukawa,Masaki Maeda,“Seismic Evaluation Study of Low-Rise RC Building with Partial Concrete Walls in Tohoku University Damaged by Great East Japan Earthquake 2011”,Proceedings of Architecture institute of Japan annual meeting, 12, Spetember, 2012, Nagoya, Japan.

7- 長屋敦士,高橋之,高橋香菜子,Hamood Alwashali ,前田匡樹,市之瀬敏勝,“東日本大震災による東北大学工学部建物の被害 その2 電子・応物系実験研究棟の被害概要と検討”,Proceedings of Architecture institute of Japan (AIJ) annual meeting, 12,Spetember,2012,  Nagoya, Japan.

 

8- 高橋香菜子,Hamood Alwashali,前田匡樹,“2011 年東北地方太平洋沖地震における宮城県内のRC造学校校舎の被害傾向の分析”,Proceedings of Architecture institute of Japan , annual meeting, 12,Spetember,2012, Nagoya, Japan.

 

9- Masaki Maeda,Kanako Takahashi,Hamood Alwashali,Akira Tasai,Kazuhiro Kitayama,Susumu Kono,Tetsuya Nishida,Damage Survey on Reinforced Concrete School Buildings in Miyagi after the 2011 East Japan Earthquake,15th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering,September, 2012.Lisbon, Portugal.

 

10- Kazuto Matsukawa,Masaki Maeda,Hamood Al-Washali & Kanako Takahashi,Research For Collapse of R/C Frame Composed of Shear And Flexure Column”,15th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering,September, 2012. Lisbon, Portugal.

                                                              

11- Hamood Alwashali and Maeda Masaki “Study of seismic evaluation methods of existing RC buildings with masonry infill wall: Case study of Jordan” Proceedings of Japan Association of Earthquake Engineering international Symposium, November 10, 2012. Tokyo, Japan.

 

12- Hamood Alwashali and Maeda Masaki “Seismic Vulnerability Assessment Method Of Low-Rise RC Buildings With Masonry Infill Walls” Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Urban Earthquake Engineering March 2, 2013, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan

13- Suzuki Kazuki, Hamood Alwashali, Maeda Masaki , Ying Wang, Santiago Pujol and Ichinose Toshikatsu “Performance Of The Building Of The Faculty Of Engineering At Tohoku University During The Great East Japan Earthquake Of 2011” Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Urban Earthquake Engineering March 2, 2013, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan

14-Wing Wang · Santiago Pujol · Hamood Alwashali · Suzuki Kazuki· Masaki Maeda · Susumu Takahashi · Toshiaktu Ichinose On the Seismic Response of the Building of the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture at Tohoku University Journal of Earthquake Spectra 12/2014

15- Maeda Masaki, Kazuki Suzuki, Hamood Alwashali, Santiago Pujol and Toshiaktu Ichinose .“Seismic capacity of retrofitted SRC building damaged due to 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake” Vienna Congress on Recent Advances in Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics 2013 (VEESD 2013) 28-30 August 2013, Vienna, Austria Paper No. 248

16- Hamood Alwashali, Yusuke Suzuki, Maeda Masaki, “Deformation capacity of RC frames with unreinforced masonry infill” Proceedings of Architecture institute of Japan (AIJ) annual meeting, August 2016, Fukuoka Kyushu , Japan

17- Hamood Alwashali, Yusuke Suzuki, Maeda Masaki, “SEISMIC EVALUATION OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS WITH MASONRY INFILL WALL”   World Conference on Earthquake, 16WCEE , Santiago Chile, January 9th to 13th 2017

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