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    Assistant Professor

    Department of Astronautic

    Aerospace Research Institute (Ministry of Science and Technology)

     

     

     

     

     

    Summary

    Research

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Professional

    Extensive experience in various aspects of spacecraft system engineering and Management

    Conceptual, Preliminary and Detail design of a spacecraft structure subsystem

    Successful contribution in quality management, project management, product-development life cycle methodologies.

    Dynamics and control of Rigid-Flexible systems

    Vibration control of flexible space structures using PZT patches

    Singular Perturbation Theory and its application on spacecraft/Manipulators dynamics and Control

    Control Moment Gyro, Reaction Wheels and Thrusters on spacecraft attitude control (with Switching Mechanism)

     

    Capable of providing documentation, detailed instructions, drawings, or specifications to tell others about how devices, parts, equipment, or structures are to be fabricated, constructed, assembled, modified, maintained, or used.

    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

    Strong synthesizing, writing, and information technology skills

    Coached and collaborated with other scientists, outlining objectives, methodology, and conclusions, actively listening to people and stimulating interest and discussion.

    Collaborated and communicated at all professional levels, and with people from diverse origins and cultures.  Can work both independently and in team settings.

    Adapted to living abroad, increased my command of English, learned perseverance and self-motivation.

     

     

     

    Research Interests

     

    Structural Dynamics, Space structural Mechanism, Micro/Nano Satellite Design, System Eng., Dynamics and Control of Space vehicles, Robust Control, Nonlinear Systems, Smart Structure and Materials.

     

     

     

    Education

    Sep 2011-Feb 2015

    Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering, Malek Ashtar University of Technology

              Dissertation: Active Vibration Suppression of a Flexible Spacecraft during Attitude Maneuver

    Sep 2007-Apr 2010

    M.S. in Aerospace Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology

    Sep 2003-Mar 2007

    B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University

     

     

     

    Experience

     

    Academic

    Current

    Assistant Professor, Department of Astronautic, Aerospace Research Institute

    Sep 2015-Jan 2018

    Visiting Professor, Dep. Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University North Tehran Branch

    Sep 2014-Feb 2017

    Assistant Professor, Dep. Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University East Tehran Branch

    Jan 2012-Mar 2015

    Research Assistant, Dep. Aero Space Engineering, Iran Space Research Institute

     

    Teaching

    Sep 2015-Jan 2018

    Courses Taught at Islamic Azad University North Tehran Branch

    Advanced Dynamic(Advanced Engineering Dynamics: Jerry H. Ginsberg)

    Continuous Vibrations(Vibration of Continuous Systems: S. S. Rao)

    Advanced Mathematics(Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Erwin Kreyszig)

    Advanced Numerical Analysis(Applied Numerical Analysis: Patrick O. Wheatley and Curtis F. Gerald)

    Sep 2014-Feb 2017

    Courses Taught at Islamic Azad University East Tehran Branch

    Advanced Dynamic(Advanced Engineering Dynamics: Jerry H. Ginsberg)

    Continuous Vibrations(Vibration of Continuous Systems: S. S. Rao)

    Advanced Mathematics(Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Erwin Kreyszig)

    Advanced Numerical Analysis(Applied Numerical Analysis: Patrick O. Wheatley Curtis F. Gerald)

    Engineering Dynamic(Engineering Mechanical Dynamics: J. L. Meriam, L. G. Kraige)

    Mechanical Vibrations(Mechanical Vibrations: S.S Rao)

    Mechanics of Materials(Mechanics of Materials: Ferdinand Beer, E. Russell Johnston and John DeWolf)

    Dynamics of machines(kinematics and dynamics of machines: G. H. Martin)

    Jan 2018- Today

    Courses Taught at Iran Space Research Institute

    Spacecraft system design (Space mission analysis and design: L. J. Wiley, and J. R. Wertz)

    Flight Dynamics (An introduction to aircraft performance: M. Asselin)

    Continuous Vibrations (Vibration of Continuous Systems: Singiresu S. Rao)

    Structural Dynamic (Fundamentals of Structural Dynamics: Roy R. Craig and Andrew J. Kurdila)

    Finite Element Method (An Introduction to the Finite Element Method: J. N. Reddy)

     

     

     

    Professional

    Jan 2018- Today

    Assistant professor, Aerospace Research Institute (Ministry of science, research and technology)

    Faculty member

     

    April 2020- Today

    System Engineer- Ferdows 1-3U/Khayam/C-3U (CubeSat Constellation Design)

    Supervised the system engineering and spacecraft mission design team.

     

    April 2020- Today

    Structural Design- Ferdows 1-3U/Khayam/C-3U

    Design and supervisor of the structural subsystem.

     

    Jan 2020- Today

    Structural Design- E1-S1 (Sub-orbital Space manned capsule)

    Design and supervisor of the structural (Main body, shock absorber, nose cone separation mechanism( subsystem.

     

    Jan 2012-Mar 2015

    Research Assistant – Vibration Control

    Supervised attitude and active vibration (smart structures) control design teams and developed design improvements to a flexible spacecraft in large attitude maneuvers.

     

    Sep 2011-Feb 2015

    Doctoral Candidate –MUT Aerospace Structures

    Conducted research covering a broad range of Eng. design areas, resulting in MS / Ph.D. dissertation

    Acquired an expertise in areas such as: Structural analysis, Rigid-Flexible body dynamic analysis, Finite Element Modeling and Reduced order modeling for Micro Satellites.

     

    2012-2014

    Spacecraft Structural Subsystem Lead - RASAD II Micro Satellite

    Formulating mathematical models or other methods of computer analysis to develop, evaluate, or modify design according to customer engineering requirements.

     

    2010-2015

    Spacecraft Design Engineer– RASAD I & II Micro Satellite

    Developed and maintain the sys. Level parametric models for sensitivity analyses and trade studies.

    Authored the overall description document and consumables analysis for RASAD deliverables.

    Managed all design changes between Spacecraft configurations.

     

    2010-2015

    Spacecraft System Design Technical Lead - RASAD Micro Satellite

    Lead a team of spacecraft design and systems engineers that maintain and integrate the overall spacecraft design.

     

    2010-2012

    System Architecture Team – Iran’s 1st Observation Micro Satellite

    Member of a system architecture team tasked with integrating the overall system and mission architecture for the RASAD exploration missions.

    Leading the maturation of exploration mission architecture through mission timelines and analyses.

    Helping lead an effort to develop and integrate database tools and system models to integrate technical baseline products and subsystems across the program.

     

    2010-2015

    System Engineering and Integrated S/C Performance Lead – RASAD I & II Micro Satellite

    Helping lead an integration team with members across the program that is responsible for integrating and verifying system level performance of the spacecraft. The team is responsible for design integration, tool development, and analysis in the areas of: mission analysis, mission timelines, attitude timelines, power, thermal, consumables sizing, propellant sizing, communications link margins, sequential mass properties and payload integration.

     

    Publications

     

    Awarded

    Feb-2015

    Graduate Student Award

     

    Books

    Jan. 2010

    Engineering Mathematics (Arshad Press)- In Persian

    Oct. 2010

    Flight Dynamics (Arshad Press)- In Persian

    Feb. 2021

    Dynamics and Control of Flexible Structures (Aerospace Research Institute Press)- In Persian

    Milad Azimi and Samad Moradi

     

    Journal Articles

     

    M. Azimi,, S. Moradi. Robust optimal solution for a smart rigid–flexible system control during multimode operational mission via actuators in combination. Multibody System Dynamics, (2021): 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11044-021-09782-0

     

    M. Azimi, S. Moradi, Nonlinear Dynamic and Stability Analysis of an Edge Cracked Rotating Flexible Structure, International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics, (2021), https://doi.org/10.1142/S0219455421500917

     

    M. Azimi, E.F. Joubaneh. Dynamic Modeling and Vibration Control of a Coupled Rigid-Flexible High-Order Structural System: A Comparative Study. Aerospace Sci. and Tech. 102, (2020), 105875

     

    M. Azimi, M. Shahravi. Stabilization of a large flexible spacecraft using robust adaptive sliding hypersurface and finite element approach. Int. J. of Dynamics and Control. (2019): 1-12.

     

    M. Azimi,, gh. Sharifi. A Hybrid Control Scheme for Attitude and Vibration Suppression of a flexible Spacecraft using Energy-Based Actuators Switching Mechanism. Aerospace Sci. and Tech. Vol. 82, 140-148. (2018).

     

    S. Moradi, M. Azimi. Active Vibration Control of a Maneuvering Flexible Spacecraft using Hybrid Actuators: A Lyapunov-Based Control Approach, Journal of Space Science and Technology- in press, (2021), (In Persian)

     

    M. Azimi,, S. Moradi. Dynamic and Stability Analysis of a Cracked Rotating Flexible Structure, Journal of Space Science and Technology- In press, (2021), (In Persian).

     

    M. Azimi,, S. Moradi. Vibration Suppression of a Maneuvering Flexible Spacecraft with Actuator Dynamic, Journal of Technology in Aerospace Engineering- In press, (2021), (In Persian).

     

    M. H. Tirandaz, M. Azimi,. Optimal Placement of Piezoelectric Sensor/Actuator Patches on Sandwich Panels Considering Debonding Effects, Journal of Space Science and Technology, Vol. 13 (2), 35-48 (2019), (In Persian)

     

    M. Azimi,, CubeSat Applications in Space Science and Explorations, Journal of Technology in Aerospace Engineering, Vol. 3, (1), 41-55, (2019), (In Persian)

     

    M. Azimi,, Review of Deployment Mechanisms for Space Structures, Journal of Technology in Aerospace Engineering, Vol. 3, (2), 23-40, (2019), (In Persian)

     

    H. Soleimani, M. Azimi, Modeling and Simulation of a Flexible Spacecraft Solar Panels Deployment Mechanism with Yoke Driven Assembly, Journal of Space Science and Technology, (2020)

     

    M. Azimi,, M. Shahravi, K. Malekzadeh. Modeling and Vibration Suppression of Flexible Spacecraft Using Higher Order Sandwich Panel Theory. Int. J. of Acoustics and Vib. Vol. 22, (2), 143-150, (2017).

     

    E. Eman, M. Shahravi, and M. Azimi,. Consideration of Spillover Effect in Active Vibration Suppression of a Smart Composite Plate Using Piezoelectric Elements. Latin American J. of Solids and Structures. 13.14, 2343-2356, (2016).

     

    M. Azimi,, M. Shahravi and E. F. Joubaneh. Dynamic Analysis of Maneuvering Flexible Spacecraft Appendage Using Higher Order Sandwich Panel Theory. Latin American J. of Solids and Structures. 13, 296-313, (2016).

     

    E. Eman, M. Shahravi, and M. Azimi,. Vibration Suppression and Precision Positioning of a Piezoelectric Beam with Graded properties. Int. J. of Engineering and Applied Science (IJEAS). Vol. 8, (1), 16-25, (2016).

     

    M. Shahravi, M. Temsal, H. Ghafari and M. Azimi,. Dynamic Response of a Rotating Beam Influenced a Moving Load and Gyroscopic Effect with Timoshenko Beam Model. Applied Mechanics and Materials, Trans Tech Publications. Vol. 829, 118-122, (2016).

     

    M. Shahravi, M. Azimi,. Multi-Axis Attitude Control of Flexible Spacecraft Using Smart Structures and Hybrid Control Scheme. J. of Control Eng. and applied informatics. Vol.17, No.1 pp. 12-21, (2015).

     

    M. Shahravi, M. Azimi,. A Comparative Study for Collocated and Non-Collocated Sensor/Actuator Placement in Vibration Control of a Maneuvering Flexible Satellite. Proc. IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Science. 0954406214544182, (2014).

     

    M. Shahravi, M. Azimi,. Attitude and Vibration Control of Flexible Spacecraft Using Singular Perturbation Approach. ISRN Aerospace Eng., 10.1155/2014/163870, (2014).

     

    M. Shahravi and M. Azimi, A Hybrid Scheme of Synthesized Sliding Mode/Strain Rate Feedback Control Design for Flexible Spacecraft Stabilization Using Time Scale Decomposition, Int. J. of structural Stability and dynamics, Vol. 16 (2016), 1450101- (1-18), (2014).

     

    M. Shahravi, M. Azimi,. The Effects of Baffles Geometry on Sloshing Dynamics of a Viscous Liquid Tank. Scientific Research and Essays. Vol.7 (47), pp. 4092-4099, (2012).

     

    M. Bidabadi, M. Azimi,, A. Rahbari. The effects of radiation and particle size on the pyrolysis of biomass particles, Proc. of the Ins. of Mech. Eng., Part C: J. of Mech. Eng. Sci., Vol. 224 No. 3, 675-682, (2010).

     

    M. Bidabadi, Gh. Barari, M. Azimi,, and M. Mafi. Theoretical study of a perfectly volatile particle triple flame. Int. J. of Recent Trends in Eng., Vol. 1, No. 5, 26, (2009).

     

     

     

     

    Selected Conference Proceedings

     

    V. Shahbahrami, M. Azimi, A. Alikhani, Hybrid Super twisting-terminal Sliding Mode control design for Large Angle Flexible Spacecraft Attitude Maneuver, 10th International Conference on Acoustics and Vibration (ISAV2021) February 17-18, (2021).

     

    M. Azimi, and S. Moradi, Lyapunov-Based Stabilization and Active Vibration Control of Flexible Spacecraft Using Hybrid Actuators, 10th International Conference on Acoustics and Vibration (ISAV2021) February 17-18, (2021).

     

    M. Azimi, and S. Moradi, Nonlinear dynamics and stability analysis of the cracked rotating Structure using Homotopy Perturbation approach, 10th International Conference on Acoustics and Vibration (ISAV2021) February 17-18, (2021).

     

    M. Azimi,, S, Moradi, Lyapunov-Based Control Design for Active Vibration Suppression of a Rotating Large Flexible Structure with Thrusters and Piezoelectric Patches, 27th International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV27) Prague, Czech Republic 12 - 16 July (2020)

     

    Gh. Sharifi, H, Shahmohamadi Ousaloo and M. Azimi,, Effective Approach for Numerical Model Identification of Satellite Momentum Exchange Device, 19th International Conf. on Recent Advances in Space Technologies (RAST), Istanbul, (Turkey) (2019).

     

    M. Azimi,, A, Alikhani and A. Mahmoudian, Structural Analysis of a Finite Element Model of 3U CubeSat for Low Earth Orbit Exploration, satellite and space missions, Rome (Italy) (2018).

     

    Gh. Sharifi, A, Alikhani and M. Azimi,, Development and Identification of a full-detailed Friction Model of Reaction Wheel, satellite and space missions, Rome (Italy) (2018)

     

    M. Azimi,, Gh. Sharifi, An Optimal Approach for Attitude Control and Vibration Suppression of a Flexible Spacecraft, satellite and space missions, Rome (Italy) (2018)

     

    M. Shahravi, M. Azimi,, H. Ghafari and M. Temsal, Finite Element Analysis of a Cracked Beam Subjected to a Moving Load with Piezoelectric Patches, Int. Conf. on Advances in Software, Control and Mechanical Eng. (ICSCME 2015), Antalya (Turkey), 7-8 September, pp. 1-11, (2015).

     

    M. Shahravi and M. Azimi,, Multi-Axis Attitude Control of Flexible Spacecraft Using Smart Structures and Hybrid Control Scheme, Int. Cong. on Sound and Vib. (ICSV 21), Beijing/China, 13-17 July, (2014).

     

    M. Shahravi and M. Azimi,, A Comparative Study for Collocated and Non-Collocated Sensor/Actuator Placement in Vibration Control of a Maneuvering Flexible Satellite, The 13thIranian Aerospace Society Conf., Tehran/Iran, 4-6 March, (2014).

     

    M. Shahravi and M. Azimi,, A Hybrid Scheme of Synthesized Sliding Mode/Strain Rate Feedback Control Design for Flexible Spacecraft Stabilization Using Time Scale Decomposition. The 13thIranian Aerospace Society Conf., Tehran/Iran, 4-6 March, (2014).

     

    M. Shahravi and M. Azimi,, Active Vibration Control of a Maneuvering Flexible Satellite Using Collocated and Non-collocated Sensor/Actuator Placement, 15th Asia Pacific Vibration Conference, ICC, Jeju, Korea, 2-6 June (2013).

     

    M. Shahravi and M. Azimi,, The Effects of Baffles Geometry on  Sloshing Dynamics of a Viscous Liquid Tank, Int. Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV 19), Vilnius, Lithuania, July 08-12, (2012).

     

     

     

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    Mathematical Problems in Engineering

     

    Control Engineering Practice

     

    Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C

     

    Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines

     

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    Journal of Space Science and Technology

     

    Journal of Technology in Aerospace Technology

     

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