Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is responsible for analyzing, designing and refurbishing all engineering systems, including buildings, dams, bridges, vital arteries, industrial structures and equipment, water structures, and the needs assessment and management of the construction and feasibility of various types of buildings. It includes structural engineering, water construction, construction management, geotechnical engineering, road engineering, and so on. The safe design of natural disasters is one of the most important demands of governments and owners of capital to protect people's lives and property and to achieve sustainable development, which focuses on all engineering services with a view to safety and optimization of construction costs.

1- tunneling

Analysis and design of buried structures in the soil including tunnels, ducts and guard structures, taking into account the effect of the soil and studying the strength and bearing capacity of the structures, the effects of the earthquake and other natural hazards, and the simultaneously considering the structure and soil and the imbalance between the soil and Structures and Seismic Tunnel risk Analysis.

2- shore engineering

Design of marine structures and commercial and industrial berths taking into account hydrodynamic forces and tsunami hazards and related risks using the most advanced wave modeling software and fault patterns of structures taking into account the interaction of soil, structures, and waves

3- structural engineering

Structural Analysis, Structural Dynamics, Materials Strength, Breakdown Mechanics, Thermal Analysis and Reliability, Design of Steel Structures, Concrete, Space Structures, and Analysis and Design of Various Industrial Structures under Static and Dynamic Loads

4- earthquake engineering

In seismic countries of the world, the earthquake has always been the cause of death and loss of financial resources and a potential natural hazard. In recent years, the high risk of earthquakes, with the exception of human disasters, has led to a lack of financial investment and consequently a decline in the economic growth of seismic communities.

The approach to reduce and manage seismic risk and the reliable design of structures against earthquakes and other natural disasters requires the use of the latest methods of structural engineering and earthquake engineering.

5- geo-technic engineering

The study of soil bed structure, recognition of mechanical, dynamic and chemical characteristics of soil and rock types, assessing seismicity of the earth and finding available water resources and engineering geology using Geotechnical results from the surface and sub-surface exploration and various mechanical and chemical tests of soil and rock are in the field of geotechnical engineering. Also, as the most important structural applications of this branch, one can refer to the analysis of surface patterns (single, strip, wide) and deep grooves (types of piles) of guard structures and methods for soil corrosion under substrates.

6- environmental engineering

The study of sustainable development indicators including identification of social, economic, and environmental indicators of sustainable development in order to increase the safety of buildings for humans and living organisms, as well as to reduce greenhouse gases and waste from the construction of the project.

7- water resources engineering

The collection and maintenance of water resources and the proper use of them to provide drinking water to the city, the development of needed resources for industry, electricity generation, the development of agricultural resources etc. is one of the main tasks of this civil engineering branch.