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Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
Dissertation: Characterization, Long-term Evaluation and Thermo-mechanical Properties of Untreated and Treated Flax Fiber-Reinforced Composites

M.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
Thesis: Experimental Investigation of Fatigue Behavior of Carbon Fiber Composites Using Fully-Reversed Four-Point Bending Test

B.SC, Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran

Dr. Ali Amiri

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Associate Professor of Practice

Department of Mechanical Engineering



  • ME 212 : Fundamentals of Visual Communications for Engineers
  • ME 221 : Engineering Mechanics I
  • ME 350 : Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
  • ME 361 : Introduction to The Mechanical Engineering Profession
  • ME 461 : Design Project I
  • ME 462 : Design Project II

Senior Design Projects

  • Design or Pathbuilder for NASA's X-Hab Project, Sponsor: NASA, ND NASA Space Grant Consortium
  • Design of an active wheelchair, Spondor: Sanford Health, ME Department 
  • Design of a foldable helmet for scooter/bike riders, Sponsor: Small Urban and Rural Center on Mobility
  • Design of a floating raft for the city of Barnesville, Minnesota. Sponsor: City of Barnesville and Moore Engineering
  • Design and modification of RowTrac / RowCrop entry, Sponsor: Case New Holland Industrial
  • Design, fabrication of an automated table saw, Sponsor: Horn Plastics Inc. 
  • NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge, 2018 and 2019 Sponsor: ND NASA Space Grant Consortium, ME Department, Co-mentor: Dr. G. Karami
  • Design of Debris Screen Attachment to 4WD Tractor, Sponsor: Case New Holland Industrial
  • Design, fabrication, and testing of a modular composite mast for a small sailboat, Sponsor: Dr. Chad Ulven

Design Teams

  • ND State Water Commission Water Well Enclosure project, Sponsor: ND Water Commission
  • 3M Disruptive Design Challenge - Spring 2018

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