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Behzad Fatahi
Behzad Fatahi
Associate Professor of Civil and Geotechnical Engineering, University of Technology Sydney
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Assessment of soil–pile–structure interaction influencing seismic response of mid-rise buildings sitting on floating pile foundations
AS Hokmabadi, B Fatahi, B Samali
Computers and Geotechnics 55, 172-186, 2014
1732014
Behaviour of expansive soils stabilized with hydrated lime and bagasse fibres
LC Dang, B Fatahi, H Khabbaz
Procedia engineering 143, 658-665, 2016
1422016
Seismic behavior of building frames considering dynamic soil-structure interaction
SH Reza Tabatabaiefar, B Fatahi, B Samali
International Journal of Geomechanics 13 (4), 409-420, 2013
1332013
Mechanical characteristics of soft clay treated with fibre and cement
B Fatahi, H Khabbaz, B Fatahi
Geosynthetics International 19 (3), 252-262, 2012
1332012
A constitutive model for cemented clays capturing cementation degradation
LD Nguyen, B Fatahi, H Khabbaz
International Journal of Plasticity 56, 1-18, 2014
1192014
Numerical analysis of matric suction effects of tree roots
B Indraratna, B Fatahi, H Khabbaz
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Geotechnical Engineering …, 2006
1052006
Physical modeling of seismic soil-pile-structure interaction for buildings on soft soils
AS Hokmabadi, B Fatahi, B Samali
International Journal of Geomechanics 15 (2), 04014046, 2015
1012015
Influence of size and load-bearing mechanism of piles on seismic performance of buildings considering soil–pile–structure interaction
Q Van Nguyen, B Fatahi, AS Hokmabadi
International Journal of Geomechanics 17 (7), 04017007, 2017
982017
Small-strain properties of soft clay treated with fibre and cement
B Fatahi, B Fatahi, TM Le, H Khabbaz
Geosynthetics International 20 (4), 286-300, 2013
982013
Influence of foundation type on seismic performance of buildings considering soil–structure interaction
AS Hokmabadi, B Fatahi
International Journal of structural stability and dynamics 16 (08), 1550043, 2016
942016
Analytical solution for one‐dimensional consolidation of unsaturated soils using eigenfunction expansion method
L Ho, B Fatahi, H Khabbaz
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics …, 2014
862014
Remediation of expansive soils using agricultural waste bagasse ash
H Hasan, L Dang, H Khabbaz, B Fatahi, S Terzaghi
Procedia engineering 143, 1368-1375, 2016
832016
Fully nonlinear versus equivalent linear computation method for seismic analysis of midrise buildings on soft soils
B Fatahi, SHR Tabatabaiefar
International journal of geomechanics 14 (4), 04014016, 2014
802014
The effects of foundation size on the seismic performance of buildings considering the soil-foundation-structure interaction
Q Van Nguyen, B Fatahi, AS Hokmabadi
Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 2016
782016
Enhancing the engineering properties of expansive soil using bagasse ash and hydrated lime
LC Dang, H Hasan, B Fatahi, R Jones, H Khabbaz
GEOMATE Journal 11 (25), 2447-2454, 2016
782016
Analytical solution for the two-dimensional plane strain consolidation of an unsaturated soil stratum subjected to time-dependent loading
L Ho, B Fatahi
Computers and Geotechnics 67, 1-16, 2015
762015
Viscous behaviour of soft clay and inducing factors
TM Le, B Fatahi, H Khabbaz
Geotechnical and Geological Engineering 30, 1069-1083, 2012
762012
Numerical and experimental investigations on seismic response of building frames under influence of soil-structure interaction
SHR Tabatabaiefar, B Fatahi, B Samali
Advances in structural Engineering 17 (1), 109-130, 2014
722014
Three-dimensional response of neighboring buildings sitting on pile foundations to seismic pounding
B Fatahi, Q Van Nguyen, R Xu, W Sun
International Journal of Geomechanics 18 (4), 04018007, 2018
702018
Idealisation of soil–structure system to determine inelastic seismic response of mid-rise building frames
HR Tabatabaiefar, B Fatahi
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 66, 339-351, 2014
682014
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