Researcher: Jorge Luis Palomino Tamayo

Information about Researcher Jorge Luis Palomino Tamayo


First nameJorge Luis
Last namePalomino Tamayo
Academic titlePhD
OrganisationFederal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)
Thematic area/fieldST – Physical Sciences and Engineering / ST8 Production and processes engineering
Key wordsFinite element; steel-concrete composite beams; soil-structure interaction; prestressed and reinforced concrete members; bridges


Short summary of activities and expertiseMy undergraduate studies were realized in National University of Engineering in Peru where I received a strong background in structural dynamics. I realized my master (steel-concrete composite beams) and doctoral (soil-structure interaction) studies in structural engineering at Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) in Brazil. At present, I am professor in the Civil Engineering Department at UFRGS in the undergraduate level (reinforced concrete courses). Also, I act as a professor in the postgraduate level, in which I have held research with focus on the numerical modeling of structural systems using the FEM, regarding nonlinear static and dynamic analyses. My experience with advanced numerical techniques and constitutive models has allowed me to deal with the solution of complex civil engineering problems. I have been involved with the co-supervision of some master dissertations related to the numerical simulation of steel-concrete composite girders. I recently finished the co-supervision of a doctoral student, whose work ended with the development of a three-dimensional finite element program which simulates the construction stage analysis of composite bridges made of steel and concrete, including time dependent effects. Also, I have recently finished the supervision of a master dissertation related to soil-pile group interaction under lateral loads using the FEM. My academic formation is related to Computational Mechanics with focus on both structural and geotechnical topics, then soil-structure interaction problems are of my interest. As the computational resources are more powerful nowadays, the structural analysis of a complete bridge structure including the bridge deck, foundation and surrounding soil is further possible using the FEM, for instance. Then, the monitoring of potential zones with damage due to an external loading can be accomplished as the nonlinearities of the involved materials can be included in the analyses.
Relevant publications and/or research/innovation products(1) Miranda, M.P., Tamayo, J.P. & Morsch, I.B. Benchmark Examples for Structural System Changes: Analytical and Numerical Approaches. Arch Computat Methods Eng 29, 3609–3637 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11831-022-09709-8 (2) Miranda, M. P., Tamayo, J. L. P., & Morsch, I. B. (2022). Reassessment of viscoelastic response in steel-concrete composite beams. Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 81(5), 617–631. https://doi.org/10.12989/SEM.2022.81.5.617 (3) Sánchez, B.S., Tamayo, J.P., Morsch, I.B. et al. A nonlinear geometric model for pre-stressed steel–concrete composite beams. J Braz. Soc. Mech. Sci. Eng. 43, 233 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40430-021-02938-1 (4) Moreno, J. A., Tamayo, J. L. P., Morsch, I. B., Miranda, M. P., & Reginato, L. H. (2019). Statistical bias indicators for the long-term displacement of steel-concrete composite beams. Computers and Concrete, 24(4), 379–397. https://doi.org/10.12989/CAC.2019.24.4.379 (5) Moscoso, A. M., Tamayo, J. L. P., & Morsch, I. B. (2017). Numerical simulation of external pre-stressed steel-concrete composite beams. Computers and Concrete, 19(2), 191–201. https://doi.org/10.12989/CAC.2017.19.2.191 Link to more publications: http://lattes.cnpq.br/0427492893149585
Other relevant achievements(1) Co-supervisor of Doctoral Thesis of Marcela Palhares Miranda: Numerical analysis of the construction stages of steel-concrete composite bridges using the finite element method. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (2022) (2) Speaker with the conference, “Aplicaciones de Mecánica Computacional para la Solución de Problemas de Ingeniería (Applications to Computational Mechanics for the Solution of Engineering Problems)” in VII International Congress of Innovation and Tendencies in Engineering (Congreso Internacional de Innovación y Tendencias en Ingeniería) CONIITI 2021 held in Colombia. (3) Supervision of 5 Master dissertations: a) FRANCO, M.I.E Numerical analysis of steel-concrete composite beams with bonded and unbounded pre-stressed tendons using the finite element method. 2018. Master dissertation. Postgraduate Program in Civil Engineering (PPGEC-UFRGS, Brazil). Co-supervisor.; b) SANCHEZ, B. Implementation of a non-linear geometric analysis in a program of composite beams. 2020. Master dissertation. Postgraduate Program in Civil Engineering (PPGEC-UFRGS, Brazil). Co-supervisor. c) QUIUQUI, J.P.C. Effects of cyclic wave loading on seabeds viewed as saturated poroelastic media. 2021. Master dissertation. Postgraduate Program in Civil Engineering (PPGEC-UFRGS, Brazil). Supervisor; d) ESPINOZA, J.A.P. Numerical simulation of pile groups under lateral loads by means of the finite element method. 2022. Master dissertation. Postgraduate Program in Civil Engineering (PPGEC-UFRGS, Brazil). Supervisor. e) HOSS, C. Case study of the composite bridge over the Aratau river at BR-230/PA. 2020. Master dissertation. Postgraduate Program in Civil Engineering (PPGEC-UFRGS, Brazil). Co-supervisor.
Preferred Host Institution type Public, Private, Academic, Research centre, Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
Additional informationI am Peruvian, but I have been living in Brazil for the last 13 years. The last six as a professor in a Brazilian university. CV (Peruvian version):https://dina.concytec.gob.pe/appDirectorioCTI/VerDatosInvestigador.do?id_investigador=35478 CV (Brazilian version): http://lattes.cnpq.br/0427492893149585 Link to Phd thesis: http://hdl.handle.net/10183/116709 Link to Master Dissertation: http://hdl.handle.net/10183/30117


Email lpt.jorge@gmail.com
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