Salim outlines new way to predict laminated glass failure
A Mizzou Engineer has outlined an innovative new way to simulate and predict how laminated glass windows might fail during an explosion. Hani Salim, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, and his team have created a simulation approach that integrates detailed modeling with a relation considering both elasticity and damage.
Salim named chair of Department of Engineering and Information Technology
Professor Hani Salim has been named chair of the Department of Engineering and Information Technology at Mizzou Engineering.
Mizzou Engineering establishes new engineering and information technology department; Salim named interim chair
Mizzou Engineering has established a new Department of Engineering and Information Technology with plans to expand programming and prepare more students for technology jobs.
Engineering team receives $3M to develop improved blast-resistant curtain walls
A Mizzou Engineering team is investigating ways to keep large glass exteriors from shattering.
Engineering team tests blast resistance of sandwich walls
A team of Mizzou Engineers conducted full-scale lab experiments to see how various types of sandwich walls withstand the pressure of an explosion.
Researcher investigating new types of blast-resistant glass
Professor Hani Salim is looking into innovative new ways to keep glass from shattering in the event of a blast.