UITS Faculty Profile of - Mohammad Sabbir Rahman

Mohammad Sabbir Rahman

Lecturer & Researcher
Office:6th Floor, UITS, Baridhara, Dhaka-1212
sabbir.cee@gmail.com, sabbir.rahman@uits.edu.bd


Master’s of Science (2014-2016)

Major: Structural & Earthquake Engineering

Masters in Engineering

Kunsan National University, Kunsan, South Korea.


Bachelor of Science (2008-2011)

B. Sc. in Civil & Environmental Engineering

Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.




  • Chang, Seongkyu1) ・ Kim, Dookie2)*・ Raman, Mohammad Sabbir2) ・ Kim, H2)  (2016) “Earthquake Response Reduction Simulation of a 3 Story Building Structure by Stockbridge Damper”. Journal of the Earthquake Engineering Society of Korea: Vol.20 No.5 pp.295-300         DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5000/EESK.2016.20.5.295   
  • Mohammad Sabbir Rahman1, Md. Kamrul Hassan1, Seongkyu Chang2 and Dookie Kim1 (2015) “Adaptive Multiple Tuned Mass Dampers based on Modal Parameters for Earthquake Response Reduction of Multi-Story Buildings.” Advances in Structural Engineering.  doi:10.1177/1369433216678863
  • Mohammad S. Rahman, Mohammad S. Islam, Jeongyun Do*, and Dookie Kim (2017)“Response Surface Methodology based Multi-Objective Optimization of Tuned Mass Damper for Jacket supported Offshore Wind turbine” Structural Engineering and Mechanics (Accepted)


Under Peer Review:


  • Mohammad Sabbir Rahman1, Jeongyun Do2,*, Seongkyu Chang2 and Dookie Kim1 (2016) “Optimization of Adaptive Multiple Tuned Mass Damper Parameters based on Response Surface Methodology: Central Composite Design and Mixture Design Method”. (Manuscript ID CAS-D-16-00248) (Under Peer Review). (http://www.journals.elsevier.com/computers-and-structures)
  •   Mohammad Sabbir Rahman1a, Seongkyu Chang*2 and Dookie Kim1b, (2016) “Multiple Wall Dampers for Multi-Mode Vibration Control of Building Structures under Earthquake Excitation”. (Manuscript ID SEM69943C) (Under Peer Review) (http://technopress.kaist.ac.kr/?journal=sem)



  • Mohammad S. Rahman1, Md. K. Hassan1, Seongkyu Chang2 and Dookie Kim1 (2015) “Structural Response Assessment of Distributed Multiple TMD for Seismic Load.” (KSMI).(http://www.ksmi.or.kr/) (Best paper award)
  • Mohammad S. Rahman1, Md. K. Hassan1, Seongkyu Chang2 and Dookie Kim1 (2015) “Seismic Response Control of Multi Storey Structure using Distributed Multiple Tuned Mass Dampers.” (YRGS)(http://umconference.um.edu.my/YRGS2015) (Best presentation award)
  • Seongkyu Chang1, Dookie Kim1, Seongho Kuk1, Mohammad Sabbir Rahman1 (2015)“Vibration control of building using Stockbridge damper under earthquake loading.” (YRGS).(http://umconference.um.edu.my/YRGS2015)
  • Mohammad S. Rahman1, Mohammad. S. Islam1, Seongkyu Chang2 and Dookie Kim1 (2016) “Multimode Vibration Control using Perimeter Concrete Wall Dampers under Excitation.” (KSMI).(http://db.koreascholar.com/Article?code=312106)
  • Mohammad Saiful Islam1, Mohammad Sabbir Rahman1,  Seongkyu Chang2, DookieKim1,(2016) “Earthquake Response Assessment of Modified Diagrid Structural System for Multi-storey Building.”( KSMI).(http://db.koreascholar.com/Article?code=312292)
  • Dookie Kim1, Sang-Hoon Lee2, Mohammad Sabbir Rahman3, Asaduzzaman Khan3, Kaiser Ahmed3 and Nguyen Van Dong3 (2016). “Earthquake Analysis of Base-Isolated Nuclear Power Plants under Spatially varying Ground Motions”. ( https://fr.xing-events.com/TINCE-2016.html )
Research Areas

• Tuned mass damper (TMD) design for earthquake vibration control • Tuned liquid mass damper (TLD)for earthquake vibration control • Application of wall as a Damper for controlling earthquake responses. • Earthquake Response Reduction Simulation by Stockbridge damper • Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) • Application of incident angle to NPP • Effect of Spatial varying ground motion on NPP • Multi-Support Excitation of structure • Seismic design of Wind Turbine • Vibration control of Wind Turbine structure. • Optimization of damper parameters using Multi-Objective Response Surface Methodology (RSM) • Ground Water Level Depletion

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