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Miss Bahareh Zaghari BSc Electronic Engineering, MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering (Mechatronics)

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Miss Bahareh Zaghari is Postgraduate Research Student within Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton.

MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering (Mechatronics), University of Southampton, UK.

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Bahareh graduated with a bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering. After the graduation, she spent three years as a service engineer as an exclusive representative of Kistler and Vicon. She then graduated from the master course in Advanced Mechanical Engineering at University of Southampton in 2011. In 2013, she joined ISVR to work with Dr. Maryam Ghandchi Tehrani and Dr. Emiliano Rustighi on Energy Harvesting Using Parametric Excitation. She has interests in:

  • Nonlinear vibration
  • Control theory
  • Instrumentation
  • Wave propagation in solid media
  • Signal processing

Research group

Dynamics Group

Affiliate research group

Signal Processing and Control Group

Research project(s)

Energy Harvesting

The objective of this research is to introduce nonlinear  damping to a harvester device to achieve better performance.

Corrosion detection in small diameter buried steel gas pipes

The aim of this work is to investigate the feasibility of torsional guided waves to inspect buried pipes with small diameters. MATLAB scripts have been produced to find the phase and group velocity dispersion curves for lossless plates and pipes of varying sizes and thicknesses. Upon finding the theoretical guided wave characteristics, real world analyses are conducted to determine whether the aim could be achieved in an experimental setup.

Bahareh was awarded the best student paper in system diagnosis in the 19th International Conference on Automation & Computing 2013 for her paper "Dispersion Behavior of Torsional Guided Waves in Small Diameter Steel Pipes".

Miss Bahareh Zaghari
Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ
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