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Dr. Israr Ud Din
Assistant Professor
Department of Computational Engineering

RCMS
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
Research Centre of Modelling and Simulation (RCMS), Academic-I Building, NUST Campus, H-12, Islamabad Pakistan
Tel : +92-51-9085-5726

Specialization
Damage modeling in composites

Education
PhD in Mechanical Engineering

​Dr. Israr Ud Din is currently Assistant Professor at RCMS, NUST, Pakistan. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from UET Peshawar, in 2006, and MS in Mechanical Engineering from PIEAS, Islamabad in 2008. Then, he was involved in aerospace industry for seven years in project management and aero-structures design and analysis particularly impact and crashworthiness assessment. After having industrial experience, he commenced his PhD in the area of modeling the composite materials behavior employing coupled continuum damage mechanics (CDM) and plasticity approaches at LTI-Laboratoire des technologies innovantes, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France. He has successfully completed his PhD in 2018 and published his results in prestigious journals dedicated for the research in composites. He has active collaborations with the national and international universities investigating the performance of composites particularly in aerospace sector.  

Research Interest

  • Damage modeling in composite materials
  • Real representative volume (RVE) unit cell voxel modeling of 3D textile fabrics from mCT and homogenization of mechanical properties
  • Smart hybrid aero-structures
  • Developing novel composite material behavior models
  • Finite element analysis
  • Composite synthesis and characterization (Uniaxial and Biaxial testing)
  • Contact and wear modeling in composites
  • ​I. Ud Din, P. Hao, G. Franz, S. Panier , “Elastoplastic CDM model based on Puck’s theory for the prediction of mechanical behavior of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composites” Composite Structures,  2018; 201:291-302 ( Impact factor: 4.829)
  • Israr UD Din, Stéphane Panier, P. Hao, Gérald Franz, Jayashree Bijwe, Li Hui, “Finite element modeling of indentation and adhesive wear in sliding of carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic polymer against metallic counterpart“, Tribology International, 2019; 135:200-212  (Impact factor: 3.517)
  • Israr Ud Din, Pei Hao, Muhammad Aamir, Gérald Franz, Stéphane Panier, “FEM implementation of the coupled elastoplastic damage model: Failure prediction of fiber reinforced polymers”, Journal of Solid Mechanics,  Accepted ( Impact factor: 0.156)
  • Israr Ud Din, Pei Hao, et al., “Design of a new Arcan fixture for in-plane pure shear and combined normal/shear stress characterization of fiber reinforced polymer composites“, J of Experimental Techniques, Accepted (Impact factor: 0.779).
  • Pei Hao, Israr Ud Din, Stephane Panier, “Development of modified Arcan fixture for biaxial loading repose of fiber reinforced composites”, Journal of polymer testing, Accepted (Impact factor: 2.943).
  • Muhammad Aamir, Majid Tolouei-Rad, Israr Ud Din, Khalid Giasin, Ana Vafadar “Performance of SAC305 and SAC305-0.4La lead-free electronic solders at high temperature”, Soldering & Surface Mount Technology 2019; 31(04): 250-260  (Impact factor: 1.137)
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  • ​Finite element methods
  •  Fundamentals of computations
  •  Computer aided design and analysis
  •  Numerical methods
  • ​Seven years in aerospace sector