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Olympia Panagouli is an Associate Professor at the Civil Engineering Department, University of Thessaly in Greece. Her research interests include extension of classical Mechanics to take into account the fractal type structure, applications of principles and methods of classical and inequality Mechanics to the case of structures with fractal geometry, strength evaluation of cracked masonry structures, cracks in metallic structures, correlation of friction coefficient with the fractal dimension of interfaces, data compression by using fractal geometry, fractal evaluation of pavement skid resistance variations and the dynamic response of multidrum columns. She has published over 60 articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings.
Rigid Body Mechanics
Elastoplastic Structural Analysis
Integrated Fire Design
Diploma in Civil Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Civil Engineering (1988).
Doctoral degree, Department of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1992).
O.K. Panagouli and E.S. Mistakidis, “Dependence of contact area on the resolution of fractal interfaces in elastic and inelastic problems” Engineering Computations, 28(6), pp.717-746, 2011.
O.K. Panagouli and K. Iordanidou, “Dependence of friction coefficient on the resolution and fractal dimension of metallic fracture surfaces” Solids and Structures, 50, pp. 3106-3118, 2013.
O.K. Panagouli and K. Iordanidou, “Study of the residual strength of an rc shear wall with fractal crack taking into account interlocking interface phenomena” Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2013.