Dr Almahakeri is a member of:
- The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
- The Professional Institute of Pipeline Engineers (PIPE)
- The Society of Tribologists and Lubrication engineers (STLE)
- The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- Ph.D., Civil Engineering (Structures Mechanics), Queen's University, Ontario, 2013
- M.Eng., Mechanical Engineering, Queen's University, Ontario, 2007
- B.S., Aerospace Engineering, Cairo University, Cairo, 1998
Numerical and experimental structural analysis of metallic and composite pipelines, Pipe-Soil Interaction; numerical and experimental analysis of sealing behavior of elastomeric and plastic seals; Sealing Technologies; FEA, Process Integration and Design Optimization (PIDO).
- Solid Mechanics
- Strength of Materials
- Mechanics of Composite Materials
- Finite Element Analysis
- Kinematics & Dynamics
- Numberical Methods in Engineering
Almahakeri, M., Moore, I.D., Fam, A (2016). “Numerical Study of Longitudinal Bending in Buried GFRP Pipes Subjected To Lateral Earth Movements.” Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice, ASCE, Vol. 8, Issue 1.
- Almahakeri, M., Fam, A., Moore, I.D (2013). “Experimental Investigation of Longitudinal Bending of Buried Steel Pipes Pulled through Dense Sand.” Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice, ASCE, 5, No. 2.
- Almahakeri, M., Fam, A., Moore, I.D. (2012). “Longitudinal Bending and Failure of GFRP Pipes Buried in Dense Sand under Relative Ground Movement.” Journal of Composites for Construction, ASCE, Vol. 17, No. 5, pp. 702-710.
- Almahakeri, M., Moore, I.D., Fam (2012), A. “The Flexural Behavior of Buried Steel and Composite Pipes Pulled Relative to Dense Sand: Experimental and Numerical Investigation.” ASME International Pipeline Conference, ASME, Calgary. September 2012