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Journal Papers:

44. Dejaloud, H. and Rezania, M. (2023). Double image stress point bounding surface model for monotonic and cyclic loading on anisotropic clays. Acta Geotechnica (published) [open linkLink opens in a new window].

43. Xi, C., Hu, X., Ma, G., Rezania, M., Liu, B. and He, K. (2022). Predictive model of regional coseismic landslides’ permanent displacement considering uncertainty. Landslides, 19(10), 2513–2534 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

42. Es-haghi, M.S., Rezania, M., and Bagheri, M. (2022). Machine learning-based estimation of soil true air-entry value from GSD curves. Gondwana Research, (published) [open linkLink opens in a new window].

41. Ma, G., Rezania, M., Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Shi, B. (2022). Post-failure analysis of landslides in spatially varying soil deposits using stochastic material point method. Journal of Rock and Soil Mechanics, 43 (7), 2003-2014 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

40. Vo, T.L., Nash, W., del Galdo, M., Rezania, M., Crane, R., Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Ferrara, L. (2022). Coal mining wastes valorisation as raw geomaterials in construction: A review with new perspectives. Journal of Cleaner Production, 336, 130213 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

39. Ma, G., Rezania, M., and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2022). Effects of spatial auto-correlation structure for friction angle on runout distance in heterogeneous sand collapse. Transportation Geotechnics, 33, 100705 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

38. Ma, G., Rezania, M., and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2022). Stochastic assessment of landslide influence zone by material point method and generalized geotechnical random field theory. International Journal of Geomechanics, 22(4), 04022002 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

37. Ma, G., Rezania, M., Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Hu, X. (2022). Uncertainty quantification of landslide runout motion considering soil interdependent anisotropy and fabric orientation. Landslides, 19(5), 1231-1247 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

36. Bagheri, M. and Rezania, M. (2022). Effect of soil moisture evaporation rate on dynamic measurement of water retention curve with high capacity tensiometer. International Journal of Geomechanics, 22(03), 04021301 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

35. Dejaloud, H. and Rezania, M. (2021). Adaptive anisotropic constitutive modelling of natural clays. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, 45: 1756-1790 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

34. Rezania, M. and Dejaloud, H. (2021) BS-CLAY1: Anisotropic bounding surface constitutive model for natural clays. Computers and Geotechnics, 135(104099): 1-14 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

33. Barari, A., Zeng, X., Rezania, M., and Ibsen, L.B. (2021) Three-dimensional modeling of monopiles in sand subjected to lateral loading under static and cyclic conditions. Geomechanics and Engineering, 26(2): 175-190 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

32. Bagheri, M. and Rezania, M. (2021). Geological and geotechnical characteristics of London clay from the Isle of Sheppey. Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, 39, 1701-1713 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

31. Rezania, M., Bagheri, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2020) Creep and consolidation of a stiff clay under saturated and unsaturated conditions. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 57(5), 728-741 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

30. Bagheri, M., Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Rezania, M. (2020). A CRS oedometer cell for unsaturated and non-isothermal tests. Geotechnical Testing Journal, 43(1): 20-37 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

29. Rezania, M., Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Jabbari, M. (2019). Preface: Geo-Energy and geo-resources: modeling and application. Journal of Porous Media, 22(8):v–vii [open linkLink opens in a new window].

28. Bagheri, M., Rezania, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2019). Rate-dependency and stress-relaxation of unsaturated clays. International Journal of Geomechanics, 19(12), 04019128 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

27. Jabbari, M., Mousavi Nezhad, M., Icardi, M. and Rezania, M. (2019). Editorial to the special issue: Transport in Porous Media. Applied Mathematical Modelling [open linkLink opens in a new window].

26. Mousavi Nezhad, M., Rezania, M. and Joekar-Niasar, V. (2019). Editorial to the special issue: Uncertainty quantification and multiple-scale methods for porous media. Journal of Transport in Porous Media, 126(1): 1-4 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

25. Mousavi Nezhad, M., Rezania, M. and Baioni, E. (2019). Transport in porous media with nonlinear flow condition. Journal of Transport in Porous Media, 126(1): 5-22 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

24. Hardcastle, A., Mousavi Nezhad, M., Rezania, M., Tizani, W. and Ranjith, P.G. (2019). A fully coupled computational framework for fluid pressurised crack evolution in porous media. Journal of Porous Media, 22(8): 939-956 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

23. Bagheri, M., Rezania, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2018). Cavitation in high-capacity tensiometers: effect of water reservoir surface roughness. ICE Geotechnical Research, 5(2): 81-95 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

22. Mousavi Nezhad, M., Fisher, Q., Gironacci, E., and Rezania, M. (2018). Experimental study and numerical modeling of fracture propagation in shale rocks during Brazilian disc test. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, 51(6): 1755-1775 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

21. Rezania, M., Nguyen, H., Zanganeh, H. and Taiebat, M. (2018). Numerical analysis of Ballina test embankment on a soft structured clay foundation. Computers and Geotechnics, 93: 61-74 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

20. Mousavi Nezhad, M., Gironacci, E., Rezania, M. and Khalili, N. (2018). Stochastic modelling of crack propagation in materials with random properties using isometric mapping for dimensionality reduction of nonlinear data sets. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 113(4): 656-680 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

19. Gironacci, E., Mousavi Nezhad, M., Rezania, M. and Lancioni, G. (2018). A nonlocal probabilistic method for modelling of crack propagation. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 144: 897-908 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

18. Rezania, M., Bagheri, M., Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Sivasithamparam, N. (2017). Creep analysis of an earth embankment on soft soil deposit with and without PVD improvement. Geotextiles and Geomembranes, 45(5): 537-547 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

17. Ma, M., Rezania, M., Yu, H-S. and Bai, H-B. (2017). Variations of hydraulic properties of granular sandstones during water inrush: Effect of small particle migration. Engineering Geology, 217: 61-70 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

16. Rezania, M., Mousavi Nezhad, M., Zanganeh, H., Castro, J. and Sivasithamparam, N. (2017). Modelling pile setup in natural clay deposit considering soil anisotropy, structure and creep effects: case study. International Journal of Geomechanics, 17(3): 04016075 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

15. Sivasithamparam, N. and Rezania, M. (2017). The comparison of modelling inherent and evolving anisotropy on the behaviour of a full-scale embankment. International Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 11(4): 343-354 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

14. Rezania, M., Taiebat, M. and Poletti, E. (2016). A viscoplastic SANICLAY model for natural soft soils. Computers and Geotechnics, 73: 128-141 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

13. Ma, D., Miao, X., Bai, H.., Wang, J., Rezania, M., Huang, Y., and Qian, H. (2016). Seepage properties of crushed coal particles. Petroleum Science and Engineering, 146: 297-307 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

12. Bagheri, M., Rezania, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2015). An experimental study of the initial volumetric strain rate effect on the creep behaviour of reconstituted clays. IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth and Environmental Science, 26, 012034 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

11. Karstunen, M., Rezania, M., Sivasithamparam, N. and Yin, Z.-Y. (2015). Comparison of anisotropic rate-dependent models for modelling consolidation of soft clays. International Journal of Geomechanics, 15(5): A4014003 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

10. Rezania, M., Sivasithamparam, N. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2014). On the stress update algorithm of an advanced critical state elasto-plastic model and the effect of yield function equation. Finite Elements in Analysis and Design. 90: 74-83 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

9. Mousavi Nezhad, M., Javadi, A.A. and Rezania, M. (2011). Modeling of contaminant transport in soils considering the effects of micro- and macro-heterogeneity. Hydrology, 404: 332-338 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

8. Jafarian, Y., Baziar, M., Rezania, M. and Javadi, A.A. (2011). Probabilistic evaluation of liquefaction potential in field condition; A kinetic energy approach. Engineering Computations, 28(6): 675-700 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

7. Rezania, M., Faramarzi, A. and Javadi, A.A. (2011). An evolutionary based approach for assessment of earthquake-induced soil liquefaction and lateral displacement. Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 24(1): 142-153 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

6. Rezania, M., Javadi, A.A. and Giustolisi, O. (2010). Evaluation of liquefaction potential based on CPT results using evolutionary polynomial regression. Computers and Geotechnics, 37(1-2): 82-92 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

5. Javadi, A.A. and Rezania, M. (2009). Intelligent finite element method: An evolutionary approach to constitutive modeling. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 23(4): 442-451 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

4. Javadi, A.A. and Rezania, M. (2009). Applications of artificial intelligence and data mining techniques in soil modeling. Geomechanics and Engineering, 1(1): 53-74 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

3. Rezania, M., Javadi, A.A. and Giustolisi, O. (2008). An evolutionary-based data mining technique for assessment of civil engineering systems. Engineering Computations, 25(6): 500-517 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

2. Rezania, M. and Javadi, A.A. (2007). A new genetic programming model for predicting the settlement of shallow foundations. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 44(12): 1462-1473 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

1. Javadi, A.A., Rezania, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2006). Evaluation of liquefaction induced lateral displacements using genetic programming. Computers and Geotechnics, 33(4-5): 222-233 [open linkLink opens in a new window].

Conference Papers:

34. Dejaloud, H. and Rezania, M. (2022). Application of enhanced rotational hardening rules to an anisotropic clay model. ICSMGE 2022, Sydney, Australia [open linkLink opens in a new window].

33. Rezania, M. and Dejaloud, H. (2022). A bounding surface constitutive model with moving projection centre for highly overconsolidated clays. ICSMGE 2022, Sydney, Australia [open linkLink opens in a new window].

32. Ma, G., Rezania, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2022). Probabilistic post-failure analysis of landslides using stochastic material point method with non-stationary random fields. ICSMGE 2022, Sydney, Australia [open linkLink opens in a new window].

31. Darzipour, S., Biglari, A. and Rezania, M. (2020). Elastic and inelastic Ricker wave assessment in porous media. 3rd Int. Conf. on Civil Engineering, Architecture and Urban Management, Tehran, Iran [open linkLink opens in a new window].

30. Darzipour, S., Biglari, A. and Rezania, M. (2020). 1D Wave Propagation Simulation in Porous Media. 7th Int. Cong. on Civil Engineering, Architecture and Urban Development, Tehran, Iran [open linkLink opens in a new window].

29. Rezania, M. and Ma, G. (2019). Stress-strain modelling of soils in drained and undrained conditions using a multi-model intelligent approach. ICITG 2019, Guimarães, Portugal [open linkLink opens in a new window].

28. Rezania, M., Nguyen, H. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2018). A time dependent constitutive model for soft clay based on nonstationary flow surface theory. NUMGE 2018, Porto, Portugal [open linkLink opens in a new window].

27. Hardcastle, A.J., Mousavi Nezhad, M., Rezania, M. and Tizani, W. (2017). A new coupled computational framework for fluid pressurised crack evolution in porous media. 3rd annual InterPore UK Chapter conference and 1st Monash-Warwick PREFRAC workshop, Warwick, UK.

26. Bagheri, M., Rezania, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2017). One-dimensional creep of unsaturated soft soils. 3rd annual InterPore UK Chapter conference and 1st Monash-Warwick PREFRAC workshop, Warwick, UK.

25. Rezania, M., Nguyen, H., Zanganeh, H. and Taiebat, M. (2016). Modelling the behaviour of a case study embankment on PVD-improved soft soil using an anisotropic viscoplastic model. Embankment and Footing Prediction Symposium, Newcastle, Australia [open linkLink opens in a new window].

24. Rezania, M., Zanganeh, H. and Taiebat, M. (2016). Numerical modeling of natural soft soil using a robust rotational hardening law. GeoVancouver 2016, Vancouver, Canada [open linkLink opens in a new window].

23. Pagano, A., Tarantino, A., Bagheri, M., Rezania, M. and Sentenac, P. (2016). An experimental investigation of the independent effect of suction and degree of saturation on very small-strain stiffness of unsaturated sand. In E3S Web of Conferences. 3rd European Conference on Unsaturated Soils, Paris, France [open linkLink opens in a new window].

22. Bagheri, M., Rezania, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2016). On long-term direct measurement of suction in soft cohesive soils. 2nd annual InterPore UK Chapter conference, Loughborough, UK.

21. Mousavi Nezhad, M., Gironacci, E., Rezania, M. and Fisher, Q.J. (2015). Computational modelling of crack propagation in shale-gas reservoir rocks. 23rd ACME Conf. on Computational Mechanics, Swansea, UK [open linkLink opens in a new window].

20. Gironacci, E., Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Rezania, M. (2015). Modelling of crack propagation on brittle heterogeneous materials. 23rd ACME Conf. on Computational Mechanics, Swansea, UK [open linkLink opens in a new window].

19. Rezania, M., Dejaloud, H. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2014). An anisotropic constitutive model for cyclic loading of soft clays. 22nd ACME Conf. on Computational Mechanics, Exeter, UK [open linkLink opens in a new window].

18. Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Rezania, M. (2014). Configurational force for fluid-driven crack propagation. 20th Int. Conf. on Comput. Methods in Water Resources, Stuttgart, Germany.

17. Rezania, M., Dejaloud, H. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2014). SCLAY1S-BS: an anisotropic model for simulation of cyclic behaviour of clays. Geomechanics from Micro to Macro, Cambridge, UK [open linkLink opens in a new window].

16. Karstunen, M., Rezania, M. and Sivasithamparam, N. (2013). Comparison of anisotropic rate-dependent models at element level. Constitutive Modeling of Geomaterials, Springer Series in Geomechanics and Geoengineering [open linkLink opens in a new window].

15. Rezania, M. (2012). Viscoplastic modelling of soft clays considering the effect of anisotropy and destructuration. 12th BGA Young Geotechnical Engineers’ Symposium, Leeds, UK [open linkLink opens in a new window].

14. Rezania, M. Bonnier, P., Brinkgreve, R. and Karstunen, M. (2012). Non-local regularisation of Drucker-Prager softening model. 20th ACME Conf. on Comput. Mechanics, Manchester, UK [open linkLink opens in a new window].

13. Yildiz, A., Rezania, M., Karstunen, M. and Leoni, M. (2011). Numerical analysis of Haarajoki test embankment with anisotropic creep model. The 4th Geotechnical Symp. Adana, Turkey.

12. Karstunen, M., Rezania, M., Sivasithamparam, N., Leoni, M. and Yin, Z.-Y. (2010). Recent developments on modelling time-dependent behaviour of soft natural clays. The 25th Mexican National Meeting of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Acapulco, Mexico [open linkLink opens in a new window].

11. Mousavi Nezhad, M. and Rezania, M. (2010). Stochastic finite element modelling of water flow and solute transport in dual domain systems. 21st ALERT Geomaterials, Aussois, France.

10. Rezania, M., Cullen, P., Javadi, A.A. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2010) Compressive behavior of modular drainage tanks. 7th Int. Conf. on Physical Modeling in Geotech. Zurich, Switzerland [open linkLink opens in a new window].

9. Mousavi Nezhad, M., Javadi, A.A. and Rezania, M. (2010). Stochastic finite element modeling of water flow and solute transport in unsaturated soils - a case study. 13th Int. Con. on Computing in Civil and Building Engineering, Nottingham, UK.

8. Rezania, M. and Javadi, A.A. (2009). Virtual triaxial test results using an intelligent simulator. 8th Int. Congress on Civil Engineering, Shiraz, Iran.

7. Mousavi Nezhad, M., Javadi, A.A. and Rezania, M. (2009). Stochastic finite element modeling of contaminant transport. 1st Int. Symp. on Comput. Geomechanics, Juan-Les-Pins, France.

6. Javadi, A.A. and Rezania, M. (2008). A new approach to constitutive modeling of soils in finite element analysis using evolutionary computation. 15th Annual Workshop of the European Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering, Plymouth, UK.

5. Rezania, M. and Javadi, A.A. (2008). Settlement prediction of shallow foundations; A new approach. 2nd British Geotechnical Association Int. Conf. on Foundations, Dundee, UK.

4. Javadi, A.A., Rezania, M. and Mousavi Nezhad, M. (2007). Data-driven modeling in civil engineering. 1st Int. Conf. on Digital Communications and Computer Applications, Jordan.

3. Rezania, M. and Javadi, A.A. (2006). Application of evolutionary programming techniques in geotechnical engineering. 6th European Conf. on Num. Meth. in Geotech. Eng., Graz, Austria.

2. Shariatmadari, N., Samimi, M. and Rezania, M. (2004). Investigation and treatment analysis of Barikan landslide. 5th Int. Conf. on Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering, NY, USA.

1. Shariatmadari, N. and Rezania, M. (2004). Investigation of surface settlement induced by underground metro excavation. 6th Int. Symp. on Field Measure. in Geomech. Oslo, Norway.