Haitham Aboshosha

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Assistant Professor Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science Department of Civil Engineering Toronto, Ontario habo@ryerson.ca Office: (416) 979-5000 ext. 6473

Bio/Research

Before joining Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU, formerly Ryerson), Dr. Aboshosha worked at the Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel at the Western University, where he conducted wind tunnel, Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) simulations and site measurements for iconic tall buildings and long span bri...

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Bio/Research

Before joining Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU, formerly Ryerson), Dr. Aboshosha worked at the Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel at the Western University, where he conducted wind tunnel, Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) simulations and site measurements for iconic tall buildings and long span bridges around the world. Notable project he contributed to include (i) Dubai Creek Tower (Would be the tallest tower in the world by 2020), Dubai, UAE, (ii) New Champlain Cable Stayed Bridge in Montreal, QC, Canada, (iii) Ship Channel Cable Stayed Bridge in Houston, Tx, USA, (iv) Z5L Transmission line, Hydro One, Ontario, Canada (v) Noor solar farm (one of the largest solar farm worldwide), Ouarzazate, Morocco, and many other projects related to structural performance, air quality and natural ventilation.

Currently, Dr. Aboshosha and his research team are collaborating with the other faculty members at TMU and other universities to utilize the Wind Tunnel available at TMU, hand by hand with CFD simulations to further study challenging wind-structural and building engineering problems.


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