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Edward G. Sherwood

Associate Professor in Structural Engineering

Degrees:B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc. (Waterloo), Ph.D. (Toronto)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 3008
Email:ted.sherwood@carleton.ca
Office:3366 (Mackenzie)
Website:Browse

Prof. Sherwood’s mailbox is located in room 3432 C.J. Mackenzie Building, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6 Canada

Teaching Assignments 2021-2022

  • CIVE 3206 Design of Reinforced Concrete Components
  • CIVE 4403 Masonry Design
  • CIVE 4918 Design Projects
  • CIVE 5200 Masonry Behaviour and Design

Previous Teaching Assignments

  • ECOR 1101 Mechanics I
  • CIVE 2101 Mechanics II
  • CIVE 3206 Design of Reinforced Concrete Components
  • CIVE 4302 Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete
  • CIVE 4403 Masonry Design
  • CIVE 4918 Design Projects
  • CIVE 5200 Masonry Behaviour and Design
  • CIVE 5206 Prestressed Concrete

Research Interests

Reinforced and prestressed concrete structures; integration of modern materials, rehabilitation techniques and analytical methods with current concrete design practices; design methods for structures incorporating fibre-reinforced concrete, high-performance concrete and high-strength reinforcement; shear behaviour of large, lightly-reinforced concrete structures; strut-and-tie models; applications of advanced composite materials in concrete construction; concrete durability and corrosion.

Honours and Awards

  • 2008 Best Paper Award in the area of Component Testing at the 2nd Canadian Conference on Effective Design of Structures, McMaster University for his co-authored paper (E.C. Bentz and M.P. Collins) entitled Effective Shear Design of Large, Lightly-Reinforced Concrete Slabs Employing High-Strength Steel.
  • 2007 NSERC Post-Doctoral Fellowship (declined); nominated for Howard Alper Postdoctoral Prize
  • 2006 ACI Design Award, American Concrete Institute
  • 2004 Chairman’s Certificate for graduate student leadership and contributions to the Department of Civil Engineering