Associate Professor Helen Goldsworthy

Research Interests

  • Development of Roman Concrete Technology in the 2nd and 1st centuries BC
  • Development of efficient, robust and architecturally-flexible structural systems using innovative blind-bolted connections in composite construction
  • Earthquake-resistant design of buildings

Personal webpage

http://hgoldsworthy.org

Biography

Please refer to my personal website http://hgoldsworthy.org/

Recent Publications

  1. Agheshlui H, Goldsworthy H, Gad E, Mirza O. Anchored blind bolted composite connection to a concrete filled steel tubular column. STEEL AND COMPOSITE STRUCTURES. Techno-Press. 2017, Vol. 23, Issue 1.
  2. Oktavianus Y, Goldsworthy H, Gad EF. Cyclic behaviour of individual double headed anchored blind bolts within CFST. JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTIONAL STEEL RESEARCH. Elsevier Science. 2017, Vol. 133.
  3. Mohyeddin A, Dorji S, Gad EF, Goldsworthy H. Inherent limitations and alternative to conventional equivalent strut models for masonry infill-frames. ENGINEERING STRUCTURES. Elsevier Science. 2017, Vol. 141.
  4. Pokharel T, Goldsworthy H. Lessons learned from the Nepal earthquake 2015. Australian Journal of Structural Engineering. Institution of Engineers Australia. 2017.
  5. Hoult R, Goldsworthy H, Lumantarna E. Plastic Hinge Length for Lightly Reinforced Rectangular Concrete Walls. Journal of Earthquake Engineering. Imperial College Press. 2017.
  6. Mehdipanah A, Lumantarna E, Lam N, Goldsworthy H, Tsang H-H, Wilson JL, Gad E. Seismic vulnerability assessment of irregular reinforced concrete buildings in Australia. 24th Australian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials (ACMSM). 2017. Editors: Hao H, Zhang C.
  7. Hoult R, Lumantarna E, Goldsworthy H. Soil amplification in low-to-moderate seismic regions. BULLETIN OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING. Springer Verlag. 2017, Vol. 15, Issue 5.
  8. Mohyeddin A, Dorji S, Gad EF, Goldsworthy H. An insight into equivalent strut modelling of infill-RC frames. 24th Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials (ACMSM). 2016. Editors: Hao H, Zhang C.
  9. Oktavianus Y, Goldsworthy H, Gad EF, Fernando S. Cyclic behaviour of replaceable buckling restrained fuse (RBRF): Experimental work. 11th Pacific Structural Steel Conference (PSSC). 2016.
  10. Hoult R, Goldsworthy H, Lumantarna E. Displacement Capacity of Lightly Reinforced Rectangular Concrete Walls. 2016 Australian Earthquake Engineering Society Conference (2016). Australian Earthquake Engineering Society. 2016.
  11. Pokharel T, Yao HA, Goldsworthy H, Gad EF. Experimental and analytical behaviour of cogged bars within concrete filled circular tubes. STEEL AND COMPOSITE STRUCTURES. Techno-Press. 2016, Vol. 20, Issue 5.
  12. Tsang HH, Menegon SJ, Lumantarna E, Lam N, Wilson JL, Gad EF, Goldsworthy H. Framework for Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Buildings in Australia. 2016 Australian Earthquake Engineering Society Conference (AEES). Australian Earthquake Engineering Society. 2016.
  13. Pokharel T, Goldsworthy H, Gad EF. Improved Performance of Moment Resisting Connections To Concrete Filled Square Hollow Sections Using Double-Headed Anchored Blind Bolts. 2016 Australian Earthquake Engineering Society Conference (AEES). Australian Earthquake Engineering Society. 2016.
  14. Amirsardari A, Pathmanathan R, Goldsworthy H, Lumantarna E. Modelling non-ductile reinforced concrete columns. 2016 Australian Earthquake Engineering Society Conference (AEES). Australian Earthquake Engineering Society. 2016.
  15. Hoult R, Goldsworthy H, Lumantarna E. Non-ductile seismic performance of reinforced concrete walls in Australia. 2016 Australasian Structural Engineers Conference (ASEC). Engineers Australia. 2016.

Helen Goldsworthy

Level: 03 Room: 308
Engineering Block B, Parkville
University of Melbourne
3010 Australia

T: 83447255
F: 83444616
E: helenmg@unimelb.edu.au


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