BE (Hons) PhD
Manager, Software Development
Centre for Advanced Structural Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering, Room 374
Phone: +61 2 9351 3837
Fax: +61 2 9351 3343
Research interests & current/recent research projects
Development of specialised user-friendly software for the analysis and design of steel structures.
LIMSTEEL, PRFELB, PRFSA, PURLIN, PURLIN4600, SupaPurlin, THIN-WALL. Visit the CASE Software site
Behaviour of cold-formed steel structures, especially purlin systems.
- JP Papangelis and GJ Hancock, “Computer Analysis of Thin-Walled Structural Members,” Computers and Structures, Vol 56, No 1, 1995, pp 157-176.
- JP Papangelis, NS Trahair and GJ Hancock, “Elastic Flexural-Torsional Buckling of Structures by Computer,” Computers and Structures, Vol 68, Nos 1-3, 1998, pp 125-137.
- JP Papangelis, GJ Hancock and NS Trahair, “Computer Design of Cold-Formed C- and Z-Section Purlins,” Proceedings, 2nd World Conference on Steel in Construction, San Sebastian, Spain, 1998, pp 169-171.
- JP Papangelis and NS Trahair, “Computer Design of Steel Structures According to AS 4100 and NZS 3404,” Proceedings, Australasian Structural Engineering Conference, Auckland, 1998, pp 843-850.
- JP Papangelis and GJ Hancock, “Elastic Buckling of Thin-Walled Members with Corrugated Elements,” Proceedings, 4th International Conference on Steel and Aluminium Structures, Helsinki, Finland, 1999, pp 115-122.
- KJR Rasmussen and JP Papangelis, “Earthquake Design of Frame Structures by Computer,” Proceedings, 3rd Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics, Sydney, Australia, 2002, pp 563-568.
- JP Papangelis and GJ Hancock, “Computer Analysis and Design of Cold-Formed Purlins,” Proceedings, 10th International Conference on Civil and Structural Engineering Computing, Rome, Italy, 2005.
Teaching and Learning
- ENGG1802 Engineering Mechanics (Tutor)
- CIVL2201 Structural Mechanics (Tutor)
- CIVL2230 Introduction to Structural Concepts & Design (Tutor)