Masoud Cheraghi Seifabad
Department of Mining Engineering
Isfahan University of Technology
Masoud Cheraghi Seifabad spent much of his youth in Masjed-e-Solaiman, Khuzestan, in southwest Iran. He then moved to Isfahan to follow the mathematics branch of study at Hakim Senaei high school for two years before receiving his diploma from Kharazmi in Tehran. Masoud received his Masters degree from the faculty of Engineering at University of Tehran and earned his PhD in Rock Mechanics at University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, in 1992.
Exploitation Rock Mechanics
A Study of Swelling Behaviour in a Tunnel Using Finite Element Methods
Prediction of water inflow into underground excavations in fractured rocks using a 3D discrete fracture network (DFN) model
The Stochastic Assessment of Geomechanical and Strength Parameters for Rock Masses/ Case Study: Pressure Tunnels of Azad Pump-Storage Power Plant Project