Sangree, Rachel

Senior Lecturer
Civil Engineering

Latrobe Hall 104
(410) 516-7138
sangree@jhu.edu

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About

Education
  • Ph.D. 2006, The Johns Hopkins University
Experience
  • 2013 - Present:  LECTURER, WSE Engineering for Professionals (EP)

Publications

Journal Articles
  • Mirzaei A, Sangree RH, Velchev K, Comeau G, Balh N, Rogers CA, Schafer BW (2015).  Seismic capacity-based design of narrow strap-braced cold-formed steel walls.  Journal of Constructional Steel Research.  115.
  • Sangree R, Carstensen JV, Gaynor AT, Zhu M, Guest JK (2015).  Topology optimization as a teaching tool for undergraduate education in structural engineering.  Structures Congress 2015 - Proceedings of the 2015 Structures Congress.
  • Sangree RH, Schafer BW (2009).  Experimental and numerical analysis of a halved and tabled traditional timber scarf joint.  Construction and Building Materials.  23(2).
  • Sangree RH, Schafer BW (2009).  Experimental and numerical analysis of a stop-splayed traditional timber scarf joint with key.  Construction and Building Materials.  23(1).
  • Schafer BW, Sangree RH, Guan Y (2008).  Floor system design for distortional buckling including sheathing restraint.  19th International Specialty Conference on Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction.
  • Caracoglia L, Sangree RH, Jones NP, Schafer BW (2008).  Interpretation of full-scale strain data from wind pressures on a low-rise structure.  Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics.  96(12).
  • Sangree RH, Schafer BW (2008).  Field experiments and numerical models for the condition assessment of historic timber bridges: Case study.  Journal of Bridge Engineering.  13(6).
  • Sangree RH, Schafer BW (2006).  Covered wooden bridges: A modern analysis at the system and component levels.  Proceedings of the Structures Congress and Exposition.  2006.
Conference Proceedings
  • Sangree R, Carstensen JV, Gaynor AT, Zhu M, Guest J  Topology Optimization as a Teaching Tool for Undergraduate Education in Structural Engineering.  Proceedings of the 2015 Structures Congress.  1-11.
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