F. Pourahmadian, B.B. Guzina, and H. Haddar (2017). “A synoptic approach to the seismic sensing of heterogeneous fractures: From geometric reconstruction to interfacial characterization”, Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. Eng., 324, 395-412. Article
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In our recent works [65,66], we demonstrate via the frameworks of linear sampling and boundary integral equations the feasibility of non-iterative, 3D seismic waveform tomography of heterogeneous fractures. This includes both (i) geometric fracture reconstruction and (ii) quantitative mapping of its shear and normal specific stiffness distributions — reflecting e.g. the fracture aperture, surface roughness, […]
Following a 4-month postdoctoral position in at the University of Minnesota, Fatemeh Pourahmadian has joined the University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering as tenure-track Assistant Professor in January 2017.
F. Pourahmadian, B.B. Guzina, and H. Haddar (2017). “Generalized linear sampling method for elastic-wave sensing of heterogeneous fractures”, Inverse Problems, 33, 055007 (32pp). Article
E. Dontsov and B.B. Guzina (2017). “Direction-independent algorithm for simulating nonlinear pressure waves”, J. Eng. Mech., ASCE, 143, 04017006 (6pp). Article