Shehab Eldine Mohamed Mourad

Bio: 
Currently. I am working as a Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at King Saud University in Saudi Arabia. Have obtained my Ph.D in 1994 from Mac Master University , at Ontario in Canada. Have more than 30 years teaching experience in different universities teaching different under graduate and post graduate courses in the field of structural engineering . My research interests are diverse in several areas related to materials and structures from both theoretical and experimental points of view. Regarding materials, I worked on several research projects related to strengthening and repairing columns with ferrocement composites, developing high strength mortars to be used in ferrocement laminates and developing strain hardening cement based composites utilized in hot weather conditions. In addition , the theoretical research interests are related to modeling and analyzing different structural concrete members and structures under both static and dynamic loading, with special interest in evaluation and strengthening existing structures and bridges. In addition I worked as consultant and reviewer to several major projects in and outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He published several research papers in refereed international conferences and journals.

Prof. Shehab Eldin M. MOURAD
Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering, King Saud University
 

Curriculum Vitae
 

Personal Information:
Name: :                          Shehab El Din Mohamed MOURAD
Place & Date of Birth: :  Los Anglos- California- U.S.A, September, 5th 1960
Nationality: :                   American Citizen
Languages::                   English & Arabic
Position:                         Professor at Civil Engineering Department- College of Engineering- King Saud University, Riyadh -
                                      Kingdom of  Saudi Arabia
 
Mailing Addresses:       King Saud University, P.O Box 800, Riyadh 11421, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Phone numbers :
                                      Office : 00966- 11- 467-7012
                                      Email : ceg12345@gmail.com ; smourad@ksu.edu.sa
                                      Mobile : 00966-551015016  and  00966-561122811
 

Educational Background:
 
1994:   Ph.D. McMaster University, Ontario, Canada; Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering.  The Ph.D.                program included an experimental and analytical research work resulted in a thesis titled by "Behavior of Blind                       Bolted Moment Connections for Square HSS Columns". A newly developed bolted moment connection for hollow                 section columns was studied experimentally and analytically
 
1987:   M. Sc. Ain Shams University, Cairo- Egypt; Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering. The M.Sc.                    thesis "Analysis of Tall Buildings" dealt with studying and analyzing tall buildings with different stiffening elements                  (Cores, shear walls and frames) with uniform and non-uniform properties along the height when subjected to lateral              loads.
 
1982 :  B. Sc. Ain Shams University, Cairo- Egypt; Structural Engineering. Graduated with Honor Degree, GPA 3.9 out of                  4.0.

Academic Experience:
 
2007- Present: Professor, at King Saud University, College of Engineering, Civil Engineering Department

  •  Participating in teaching several undergraduate courses; Structural Analysis, Steel Structures, and Structural Dynamics.
  • Supervision undergraduate student projects.
  • Supervising M.Sc., and Ph.D. students, and examining graduate students for qualifying exams and thesis approvals. 
  • Chair of the Quality and Accreditation Committee at the Civil Engineering Department.

2004 - 2007: Associate Professor, at King Saud University, College of Engineering, Civil Engineering Department

  • Participating in teaching several undergraduate courses
  • Supervision undergraduate student projects.
  • Participating in different college committees

2001- 2004: Assistant Professor, at Ain Shams University, Department of Structural Engineering- Ain Shams University,                            Cairo - Egypt.

  • Participating in supervision of thesis for Master and Doctoral Students
  • Active member in the Assistant Committee of the Egyptian Code for calculating loads and forces on buildings

1996- 2001: Lecturer at Ain Shams University , Department of Structural Engineering - Ain Shams University, Cairo - Egypt.

Teaching Experience:
More than 30 years of experience in teaching several and different undergraduate and postgraduate courses in different universities. 
 
2004 - Present
Teaching the following undergraduate courses at College of Engineering, King Saud University:

  • Steel Design using LRFD approach.
  • Structural analysis I
  • Structural analysis II
  • Structural Mechanics
  • Statics

In addition, supervising students on their graduation structural projects and multi-disciplinary projects, as well as teaching graduate courses; Structural dynamics.
 
1997- 2004
Teaching the following undergraduate courses at Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University:

  • Structural Analysis for 3rd year Structural Engineering students
  • Dynamics and Stability of Structures for 3rd year Structural Engineering students
  • Earthquake Engineering for 4th year Structural Engineering students
  • Stresses Analysis for 1st year Mechanical Engineering students
  • Advanced Structural Analysis for 4th year Structural Engineering students

 In addition, teaching the following graduate courses at Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University:

  • Wind and Earthquake Engineering for Master and Doctoral Structural Engineering Students
  • Dynamics of Structures for Diploma Structural Students

Also, teaching the following undergraduate courses at Faculty of Engineering, 6th October University:

  • Computer Aided Design using SAFI software for 4th year Structural Engineering students
  • Structural Analysis for 1st year Structural Engineering students

1990 -1994:
Teaching Assistant at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada; Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering. Duties included, preparing notes, leading tutorials, preparing and marking exams for the following undergraduate courses;

  • Structural Mechanics (static and dynamic)
  • Structural Analysis
  • Steel design (according to Limit states design)
  • Computer applications for Civil Engineering

1983- 1989:
Assistant Lecturer at Ain Shams University, Cairo-Egypt; Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering.
 

Academic Administration Committees
2011-Present : Active member at College Strategic Plan Preparation and Execution Committee, at College of Engineering,                            King Saud University.
2011- Present : Active member at Academic Plans Committee at the College level in College of  Engineering, King Saud                                University.
 

Academic Accreditation Activities
2011– Present: Active member at University level in Academic Accreditation Program Assessor    Committee, College of                                Engineering – King Saud University. During that period, four academic programs were assessed according                            to the internal Quality Management System of King Saud University (QMS-KSU).
 
2010- Present : Chairman of the Academic Accreditation Committee at Civil Engineering Department- College of                                            Engineering- King Saud University, for both international academic accreditation (Accreditation Board for                             Engineering and Technology - ABET) and national academic accreditation (National Commission for                                     Academic Accreditation and Assessment- NCAAA).
 

Research Experience:
2017- present:  
Active member in the research project sponsored by SABIC (Saudi Basic Industries Corporation) on studying of the Effect of using high steel grade 75 (520 MPa) in reinforced concrete structures.
 
2013- 2016:
Active member in the research project sponsored by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology- KACST; National Science, Technology and Innovation plans. Project title “Development of Strain-Hardening Cement-Based Composites with Short Polymer Fibers for Hot-Weather Concreting Utilizing Local Materials” The total budget project is 1.5 million SR. The project resulted 6 ISI papers, 7 international reviewed and 2 US patents.    
 
2004 - 2006: 
Active research member at Civil Engineering Department, with the involvement in several research projects that are not limited to;

  • Performance of Plain Concrete Specimens Externally Confined with Welded Wire Fabric 2004-2005: Project No. 47/426 (SR 30,000).
  • High Strength Laminates for Structural Repair, 2006-2008 : (SR 35,000)
  • Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Columns using Ferrocement Jackets, 2007-2009 (SR 45,000).

1994-1996:  
Research Associate at University of Houston, Texas, USA: Cullen College of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The research involved working in the following projects;

  • Post-earthquake damage assessments for buildings using the system identification method.
  • Live load distribution for integral bridge girders near the abutments.

Research Patents:

  • United States Patent ( Granted) , No : US 9,290,415 B1, Date; March; 22, 2016, “ Fire resistance cementitious Composite and method of making the same” Inventors; Mohamed Iqbal Khan, Galal Fares, Shehab Eldin Mohamed Mourad;
  • United States Patent ( Granted) , No : US 9,399, 599  B1, Date; July; 26, 2016, “ Strain-Hardening Cementitious Composite”, Inventors; Mohamed Iqbal Khan, Galal Fares, Shehab Eldin Mohamed Mourad, Wasim Abbass.

Research Interests:

  • Dynamic behavior of structures under dynamic loads and earthquake loads
  • Pounding of structures due to earthquake loads
  • Analysis of bridges under different loading conditions
  • Evaluation and monitoring of bridges and buildings
  • Damage detection in structures using dynamic measurements
  • Behavior of confined concrete with ferrocement laminates
  • Developing strain hardening Cementitious composites for repair

 

Professional Experience:
 

2015 – Present,
Active member in the committee of developing the Unified Gulf Structural Code for Steel   Structures, as organized and managed by the Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization in Riyadh.  
 
2011-2012,
 Active member in reviewing and supervising the construction of the Cable Tent Structure Project at Prince Sultan Cultural Center at King Saud University - Riyadh - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
 
2009-2010,
 Active member in the structural reviewing committee for the New Holly Haram Extension Project in Makkah- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
 
2008 - 2009,
Active member in the structure committee for assessing and evaluating the Old Holly Haram in Makkah- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
 
2007 -2008,
Active member in the committee for reviewing the structural drawings for King Khalid University at Abhaa- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
 
1997 - 2007,
Construction Engineering Group (CEG), Naser City, Cairo - Egypt Title : Manager and Senior Structural Engineer
Preparing structural design and reviewing several projects such as;

  • Community Collages at Hael University and Gizan University at Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  • El Asher Shopping Center Mall at 10th of Ramadan City, Egypt ( 6 storey concrete building with a total area of 16000 m2)
  • Redcon Mall at Hurghada - Egypt, (5 story concrete building with a total area of 8500 m2)
  • Egyptian British Bank - Hurghada Branch, Egypt, (5 story concrete building with a total area of 4000 m2)
  • Egyptian British Bank - Burg Alarab Branch, Egypt, (4 story concrete building with total area of 6400 m2)
  • Nat Pack Factory at El Aboure City ,Egypt, (3 story  concrete building with a steel factory 2600 m2)
  •  Administration Building of Al Shurouk City, Egypt ,(3 story concrete building with a total area of 15000 m2)
  • Amr Ebn El-Aase Mosque, including the social building and medical center at Port Said City
  • Several Residential Buildings (10 to 15 stories)
  • National Security Building- Ministry of Interior- at 6th October City, Cairo

1997 - 2004,
Member at the Engineering Consulting Center, at Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University. Some of the work includes the following but not limited to;

  • Designing the administration Buildings for the Egyptian Ministry of Interior at 6th  October City, the project costs about 80 million Egyptian pounds and consists of a main building, Social building, soldier building and sports building.
  • Preparing Structural evaluation reports of different existing structures, such as residential buildings, administration buildings, schools and factories, in order to strengthen and retrofit the structural element to support the expecting excessive loads.
  • Reviewing the design and calculation sheets for newly constructed projects in Egypt, as a part of an approval procedure for issuing the insurance certificate.

1997 - Present,

Regional Technical Support at Middle East for SAFI Software Inc. (Canada)
Providing technical support and training engineers on the structural software (SAFI), that is originated from Canada and is specialized in structural analysis, design and evaluation of different structures as concrete, steel structures and bridges, electric towers and substations. In addition, participating in the technical development and enhancing the software based on the customer requests to include the Egyptian design codes in SAFI, as well as conducting continuous training sessions for engineers at different authorities and companies for any upgrades on the software.
 

1982 - 1989,
 The Consultant Structural Design Office, Naser City, Cairo-Egypt. Title : Senior Structural Engineer
Participated in designing several major projects constructed in Egypt and Saudi Arabia, including but not limited to;

  • Girl s College at Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The project included classrooms, lecture halls, auditorium, cafeteria, 2-story library, connecting tunnels between buildings, and miscellaneous details.
  • Industrial Steel Structures, involving steel frames, trusses, bracings and connections, constructed in Saudi Arabia Harbors.
  • Judo Hall at El-Shams Sporting Club (reinforced concrete frames covered with space steel trusses), constructed in Cairo-Egypt.
  • 15-story residential concrete building (with a total area of 1.4 million meter square) constructed on a raft foundation, Cairo-Egypt.
  • Different Commercial Malls constructed in Egypt, such as Royal Center and City Center at Elharam Street.

Duties and responsibilities included conducting structural analysis (static and dynamic), designing and evaluating reinforced concrete and steel structures, using both working stress design and limit states design methods using different Codes of practices

  • Egyptian Codes
  • American Standards ACI, LRFD and ASD,
  • Canadian Concrete Standard CAN3-A23.3 and Canadian Steel Standard CAN/CSA-S16.1).

The scope of work also included preparing design drawing, details, field sketches, and reviewing designs for insurance companies as well as evaluating and rehabilitates several existing buildings
 

Professional Memberships
Consultant Engineer Certificate No. 3817/1 from the Engineering Syndicate, Cairo -Egypt, in the field of Design of Concrete Project
 

Honors and Awards
2011 :   Teaching Excellence Award at the level of Civil Engineering Department at King Saud University (value of 5000 SR)
1991-1993:  Dally Scholarship from McMaster University for 3 years (value $7,000/ year).
1990 :      Chairman Scholarship from the Department of Civil Engineering, McMaster  University, for one year (value                             $7,000/ year).
1979-1982:  Distinction Scholarship from Ain Shams University for 4 years.
 

Computer Knowledge:
Structural Software: REVIT, SAFI, ALGOR, COSMOS, ANSYS, SAP2000, STAAD, ETABS, DRAIN2DX,
Other Software: AutoCAD, Excel, Word, Sigma Plot and WordPerfect.
In addition, developing special structural software for analysis and design on FORTRAN and Excel
 

 
Conferences Participation
Several international conferences have been attended by either publishing or presenting papers since
1993, as follows but not limited to;

  • International Conference on Construction Materials and Structures, ICCMATS 2014, Johannesburg, South Africa, November 24th -26th , 2014.
  • International RILEM Conference on Application of Superabsorbent Polymers and other New Admixtures in Concrete Construction, Technical University of Dresden, Dresden – Germany, September 14th -17th , 2014.
  • First International Conference on Infrastructure Management, Assessment and Rehabilitation Techniques, ICIMART’14, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates,  March 4th -6th, 2014.
  • 1st International RILEM Conference on Rheology and Processing of Construction Materials, RILEM, Paris, France, 02-04 September 2013.
  • 3rd International Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting (ICCRRR), Cape Town, South Africa, September,3rd -5th, 2012
  • 4th International Conference on Concrete Repair, Dresden, Germany, 2011.
  • 12th IACEE, World Conference on Continuing Engineering Education, WCCEE 2010, Singapore.
  • Thirteenth International Conference on Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo -Egypt, 2009.
  • Eleventh International Colloquium on Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, 2005.
  • Tenth International Colloquium on Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, 2003.
  • Ninth International Colloquium on Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, 2000.
  • Eight International Colloquium on Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, 1998.
  • The International Conference on Rehabilitation and Development of Civil Engineering Infrastructure Systems, American University of Beirut, 1997.
  • Seventh International Colloquium on Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, 1996.
  • 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Engineering Science, New Orleans, October 1995.
  • Fifth International Symposium of Tubular Structures, 1993, Nottingham- United Kingdom.
  • Annual Conference of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineering, 1993, Fredrection , New Brunswick- Canada.

 

Selected Recent Published Journal Papers:

  1.  Wasim Abbass, M. Iqbal Khan , Shehab Mourad., “Evaluation of mechanical properties of steel fiber reinforced concrete with different strengths of concrete”, Construction and Building Materials, Volume 168 (2018), 20 April 2018, 556–569. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0950061818304136
  2. Khan M., Fares, G., and Mourad, S., “Optimized Fresh and Hardened Properties of Strain Hardening Cementitious Composites: Effect of Mineral Admixtures, Cementitious Composition, Size, and Type of Aggregates”, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, ASCE, ISSN 0899-1561, October, 2017. http://ascelibrary.org/doi/full/10.1061/%28ASCE%29MT.1943-5533.0002039
  3. Khan M., Fares, G., Mourad, S. and Abbass, W., “Optimized Fresh and Hardened Properties of Strain-Hardening Cementitious Composities: Effect of sand Size and Workability”, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, ASCE, ISSN 0899-1561, July, 2016. http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/%28ASCE%29MT.1943-5533.0001665
  4. Khan M., Mourad, S., and Charif, A., “Utilization of Supplementary Cementitious Materials in HPC: From Rheology to Pore Structure”, KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, Korean Society of Civil Engineers, accepted April 2016, published online;  http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12205-016-1781-x
  5. Charif, A., Mourad, S., and Khan M., “Flexural behavior of beams reinforced with steel bars exceeding the nominal yield strength”, Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures, Volume 13, 2016, pp 946-964. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1679-78251683
  6. Khan, M., Mourad, S., and Zahid, W., “Developing and Qualifying Engineering Programs for ABET Accreditation”, Journal of King Saud University-Engineering Sciences, (2016) 28, 1–11.  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1018363914000464
  7. G. Fares, M. I Khan, S. Mourad, W. Abbass. “Evaluation of PVA and PBI-based engineered-cementitious composites under different environments”, Construction and Building Materials, Volume 85, 2015, pp 109-118. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0950061815003384
  8. M.I. Khan, G. Fares, S. Mourad, W. Abbas, V. Mechtcherine. Production of sustainable strain-hardening cement-based composites using different natural sands. International RILEM Proceedings (PRO95) on the on Application of superabsorbent polymers and other new admixtures in concrete construction, RILEM Conference 14–17 September 2014, Dresden, Germany.
  9. M.I. Khan, G. Fares, S. Mourad, W. Abbas, V. Mechtcherine. Effect of different strain loading rates on the strain capacity of SHCC containing local natural sand. International RILEM Proceedings (PRO95) on the on Application of superabsorbent polymers and other new admixtures in concrete construction, RILEM Conference 14–17 September 2014, Dresden, Germany.
  10. G. Fares, M.I. Khan, S. Mourad, W. Abbas. Fire-resistivity of strain-hardening cement-based composites containing natural sands. International RILEM Proceedings (PRO95) on the on Application of superabsorbent polymers and other new admixtures in concrete construction, RILEM Conference, 14–17 September 2014, Dresden, Germany.
  11. Charif, A., Mourad, S., and Khan, Iqbal, “ Flexural Behavior of RC Beams with Local Steel- Analytical Investigation”, International Conference on Construction Materials and Structures, ICCMATS 2014, Johannesburg, South Africa, November 24th -26th , 2014.
  12. Secrieru, E., Mechtcherine, V., Khan., M., and Mourad, S., “Effect of Temperature Variation on Rheological Properties of Strain-Hardening Cement Based Composites (SHCC)”, First International Conference on Infrastructure Management, Assessment and Rehabilitation Techniques, ICIMART’14, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, March 4th -6th, 2014.
  13. Mourad, S., Charif, A. and Khan, Iqbal, “Flexural Behavior of RC Beams with Local Steel-Experimental Investigation”, International Conference on Construction Materials and Structures, ICCMATS 2014, Johannesburg, South Africa, November 24th -26th , 2014.
  14. M.J. Shannag and S.M. Mourad, "Flowable High Strength Cementitious Matrices for Ferrocement Applications", Construction and Buildings Materials, vol. 36, 2012, pp. 933-939
  15. S.M. Mourad & M.J. Shannag, "Repair and Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete square Columns Using Ferrocement Jackets.", Cement and Concrete Composites, 34, 2012, pp.288-294.
  16. Shehab M. Mourad, "Proposed Technique for Identifying Damage Location Using Change in Mode Shape Parameters", Scientific Bulletin of Faculty of Engineering ,Ain Shams University, September 2007.
  17. Shehab Mourad, Hisham Al-Arabaty, Ahmed Korashy, and Mohamed Abdel-Fattah, "Dynamic Response of Bridges with unconnected Spans Using an Interactive Bridge-Vehicile Dynamic Analysis Approach", Civil Engineering Research Magazine, Faculty of Engineering, Al-Azhar University, Vol. 29 , No, 2, April 2007.
  18. A. Salem, S. Mourad, M. and A. Kamal,"Development Of New Launching Technique For Offshore Jackets Installation", Scientific Bulletin, Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University,September. 2005.
  19. Shehab M. Mourad, Mohamed N. Fayed, Ayman A. Embabay & Osama Ahmed, "Mitigation Of Pounding Between Adjacent Buildings Under Earthquakes Loads", Scientific Bulletin of Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, September, 2004.
  20. S. Mourad, A.Khalil, M. Fayed and G. Bassyouni, "Simplified Model for Evaluating the Transversal Stiffness of Skew Bridges ", Scientific Bulletin, Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, Vol. 39, No.4, 2004.
  21. Shehab Mourad," Response of Offshore Structures to Seismic Forces", Civil Engineering Research Magazine, Faculty of Engineering, Al-Azhar University, Vol. 22 , No, 4, October 2000.
  22. Shehab Mourad, "Effect of Infill Walls on Strengthening and Lateral Behavior of Buildings'", Civil Engineering Research Magazine, Faculty of Engineering, Al-Azhar University, Vol. 22 , No, 4, October 2000.
  23. Ayman Embaby and Shehab Mourad, "Effect of Dampers on Pounding Response of Adjacent Buildings", Civil Engineering Research Magazine, Faculty of Engineering, Al-Azhar University, Vol. 22 , No, 4, October 2000.
  24. Shehab Mourad & Sami.W. Tabsh,"Deck slab stresses in Integral Abutment Bridges", Journal of Bridge Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 4. No. 2 , May 1999 .
  25. Shehab Mourad & Sami.W. Tabsh,"Pile Forces in Integral Abutment Bridges Subjected to Truck Loads", Transportation Research Record No. 1633, National Research Council, 1998 .
  26. Sami W. Tabsh and Shehab Mourad, "Live Load Distribution in Integral Composite Steel Bridges", Engineering Journal, American Institute of Steel Construction, First Quarter 1998 , Volumn 35, No. 1, pp 12- 18, (1998).
  27. Mourad, S., Korol, R.M. and Ghobarah, A., “Design of extended end-plate connections for hollow section columns”, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Volume 23, 1996 , pp (277-286).
  28. Mourad, S., Ghobarah, A. and Korol, R.M., “Dynamic response of hollow section frames with bolted moment connections”, Engineering Structures, Vol, 17, No 10, 1995, pp (737-748).
  29. Korol, R.M., Ghobarah, A., and Mourad, S.,"Blind Bolting W-shape Beams to HSS Columns ", Journal of the Structural Division, ASCE, Vol, 119, No12, (1993).

 

Papers presented in International and National refereed Conferences.

  1. M.I. Khan, G. Fares, S. Mourad,” Effect of individual and combined constituents on the rheology of SHCC-Based PVA fibers”, 2nd International Conference on Infrastructure Management, Assessment and Rehabilitation Techniques, ICIMART’16 , American University of Sharjah, March 8-10, 2016, Sharjah. United Arab Emirates.
  2. S. Mourad, A. Charif and I. Khan,, “Reinforced concrete beams using locally manufactured steel bars: Investigation of Flexural Behavior”. Implementing Innovative Ideas in Structural Engineering and Project Management; Edited by Saha, S., Lloyd, N., Yazdani, S., and Singh, A. Copyright © 2015 ISEC Press , ISBN: 978-0-9960437-1-7. https://www.academia.edu/28639464/Implementing_Innovative_Ideas_in_Structural_Engineering_and_Project_Management_Edited_REINFORCED_CONCRETE_BEAMS_USING_LOCALLY_MANUFACTURED_STEEL_BARS_INVESTIGATION_OF_FLEXURAL_BEHAVIOR
  3. G. Fares, M. Khan and S. Mourad., “Rheology of individual and combined constituents of SHCC based on PVA fibers”. Implementing Innovative Ideas in Structural Engineering and Project Management; Edited by Saha, S., Lloyd, N., Yazdani, S., and Singh, A. Copyright © 2015 ISEC Press , ISBN: 978-0-9960437-1-7.
  4. M.I. Khan, S. Mourad, G. Fares, , Effect of different natural sands on the tensile behaviour of SHCC under the effect of different strain rates”,  Implementing Innovative Ideas in Structural Engineering and Project Management; Edited by Saha, S., Lloyd, N., Yazdani, S., and Singh, A. Copyright © 2015 ISEC Press , ISBN: 978-0-9960437-1-7.
  5. M.I. Khan, G. Fares, S. Mourad, W. Abbas, V. Mechtcherine. “Production of sustainab le strain-hardening cement-based composites using different natural sands”. International RILEM Proceedings (PRO95) on the on Application of superabsorbent polymers and other new admixtures in concrete construction, RILEM Conference 14–17 September 2014, Dresden, Germany.
  6. M.I. Khan, G. Fares, S. Mourad, W. Abbas, V. Mechtcherine. “Effect of different strain loading rates on the strain capacity of SHCC containing local natural sand”. International RILEM Proceedings (PRO95) on the on Application of superabsorbent polymers and other new admixtures in concrete construction, RILEM Conference 14–17 September 2014, Dresden, Germany.
  7. G. Fares, M.I. Khan, S. Mourad, W. Abbas. “Fire-resistivity of strain-hardening cement-based composites containing natural sands”. International RILEM Proceedings (PRO95) on the on Application of superabsorbent polymers and other new admixtures in concrete construction, RILEM Conference, 14–17 September 2014, Dresden, Germany.
  8. Charif, A., Mourad, S., and Khan, Iqbal, “ Flexural Behavior of RC Beams with Local Steel- Analytical Investigation”, International Conference on Construction Materials and Structures, ICCMATS 2014, Johannesburg, South Africa, November 24th -26th , 2014.
  9. Mourad, S., Charif, A. and Khan, Iqbal, “Flexural Behavior of RC Beams with Local Steel-Experimental Investigation”, International Conference on Construction Materials and Structures, ICCMATS 2014, Johannesburg, South Africa, November 24th -26th , 2014.
  10. Secrieru, E., Mechtcherine, V., Khan., M., and Mourad, S., “Effect of Temperature Variation on Rheological Properties of Strain-Hardening Cement Based Composites (SHCC)”, First International Conference on Infrastructure Management, Assessment and Rehabilitation Techniques, ICIMART’14, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, March 4th -6th, 2014.
  11. Mourad, S., and Shannag, M., “Developing High Strength Flowable Cementitious Matrices for Ferrocement Applications”, First International RILEM Conference on Rheology and Processing of Construction Materials, RILEM, Paris- France, 02-04 September 2013.
  12. Mourad, S., and Shannag, M., “Repairing preloaded square columns by ferrocement jackets made of non-structural WWMs, 3rd International Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting (ICCRRR), Cape Town, South Africa, September,3rd -5th, 2012.
  13. S.M. Mourad & M.J. Shannag, " Repairing Reinforced Concrete Rectangular Columns Using Ferrocement Laminates",4th International Conference on Concrete Repair, Dresden, Germany, 2011, pp. 757-763.
  14. M.I. Khan, S.M. Mourad and W.M. Zahid, “Development of Engineering Program For ABET Accreditation: Case Study Of Civil Engineering B.Sc. Program at King Saud University”, WCCEE  2010-12th IAEE World Conference On Continuing Engineering Education, Singapore, October 2010, pp. 365-37
  15. S.M. Mourad, M.I. Khan  and W.M. Zahid, “Assessment And Evaluation of The Civil Engineering B.Sc. Program – King Saud University”, WCEE 2010-12th IAEE World Conference on Continuing Engineering Education, Singapore, October 2010, pp. 375-384.
  16. Shehab Mourad, "Implementation of Bridge Evaluation in Practice", Thirteenth International Conference on Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo -Egypt, 2009.
  17. Abozeid,H., Fayed M., Mourad, S., and Khalil, A.,"Damage Detection of Cable-Stayed Bridges Using Curvature Changes in Mode Shapes", International Conference on Bridge Mangement Systems-Monitoring Assessment and Rehabilitation, 21-23 March, 2006, Cairo-Egypt.
  18. Abozeid,H., Fayed M., Mourad, S., and Khalil, A.,"Cable-Stayed Bridge Model Update Using Dynamic Measurements", International Conference on Bridge Mangement Systems-Monitoring Assessment and Rehabilitation, 21-23 March, 2006, Cairo-Egypt.
  19. Shehab Mourad, Mohamed Fayed, Mostafa Zidan, & Mohamed Harb,"Dynamic Response Of Fixed Offshore Structures Under Environmental Loads" , Proceedings of The Eleventh International Colloquium On Structural And Geotechnical Engineering, April, 2005, Cairo- Egypt.
  20. Khalil A., Mourad S., Fayed N., & Bassyouni G.,"Live Load Distribution Factors in Skew Steel Plate Girder Bridges", Proceedings of the Tenth International Colloquium on Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, April, 2003, Cairo- Egypt
  21. Fayed, M. N., Mourad, S., Khalil, A. H., and G. Bassyouni, "Diaphragm Effect on Live Load Distribution Factors in Skew Steel Plate Girder Bridges", the Proceedings of Regional Conference on Civil Engineering, ASCE-Egyptian Section, Cairo, Egypt, (2002).
  22. S.Tabsh and S. Mourad, "Reliability of High Strength Blind Bolts in Tension", (1995)., Proceedings of the 32nd annual meeting of the Society of Engineering Science, edited by David Hui, New Orleans, October 1995, pp. 603-604.
  23. Mourad, S., Korol, R.M. and Ghobarah, "Newly developed Blind Bolted Moment Connection for HSS Columns", A.. Proceedings of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Fredrecton, New Brunswick, Canada, (1993).
  24. Ghobarah, A., Mourad, S., and Korol, R.M, "Behavior of Blind Bolted Moment Connection for HSS Columns”, Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium of Tubular Structures, Nottingham, England, (1993).