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Hamid Nazeri, PhD
Rock Mechanics Division Manager
Doctor of Philosophy, Mining & Earth System Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, 2001
Master of Mining Engineering, University of Tehran, 1986
Bachelor of Mining Engineering, University of Tehran, 1983
Hamid directs projects to provide reliable/accurate rock mechanics test results and reports for clients. He determines requirements, customizes tests as needed, and delivers clear and accurate data on rock physical properties. He also manages testing quality assurance/control in compliance with applicable ASTM, ISRM guidelines and standards.
Hamid’s initial experience in rock engineering began in 1993 as a research assistant at the Earth Mechanics Institute of Colorado School of Mines. Then in 1997, he joined Advanced Terra Testing. During his tenure at Advanced Terra Testing, he has had the opportunity to work in an independent geotechnical testing laboratory, which has allowed him to expand and grow his experience working with multiple clients and to develop/expand rock mechanics lab capabilities. Overall, he has 35 years of industrial experience, teaching at different universities (Colorado School of Mines, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Tehran University), research in rock mechanics, geotechnical, mechanics of materials, mining engineering, computer simulation and application of Discrete Element Method (DEM) numerical modeling.
Beyond the Lab
Hamid enjoys reading historical, scientific books. He loves to walk on different Colorado trails and watching documentary movies.
(2011) Recipient of ASTM International Richard S. Ladd Standard Development Award for new standard CERCHAR test method to measure rock formation abrasiveness for excavation engineering.
Computer simulation of gravity flow of ore in ore passes by the discrete element method (DEM) – 5th International Conference on Computational Structures Technology & 2nd International Conference on Engineering Computational Technology. Civil-Comp Press, Edinburg, 207-211, 2000.
Computer simulation of ore pass – International Symposium on Computer Applications in the Minerals Industries (APCOM). Beijing, China, 355-358, 2001
Implementation of a discrete element methodology for the modeling of gravity flow of ore in ore passes – 5th North American Rock Mechanics Symposium & 17th Tunneling Association of Canada,1307-1313,Toronto, Canada, 2002.
Application of DEM to simulate gravity flow of bulk solid materials in mines – 3rd International Conference on Discrete Element Methods, 403-408, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA 2002.
The modeling of gravity flow of ore in ore passes – SME Annual Meeting & Exhibit. Cincinnati Ohio, USA 2003.
Development and application of a 2D discrete element code for simulation of gravity flow of ore in ore passes – 19th World Mining Congress. 673-681, New Delhi, India, 2003.
Study of Dominant Factors Affecting CERCHAR Abrasivity Index, Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering-Springer-Verlag Wien 2013.
Registered Mining Engineer Member– Society for Mining, Metallurgy, & Exploration (SME), recognized by Canadian National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects
Member, reviewer & editor – ASTM International
Publication and Communication Committee – American Rock Mechanics Association (ARMA)
Reviewer – Computer-Aided Civil & Infrastructure Engineering Journal