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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 2019-2020

  • CIVE3206 Design of Reinforced Concrete Components
  • CIVE4403 Masonry Design
  • CIVE4918 Design Projects
  • CIVE5200 Masonry Behaviour and Design
  • CIVE5206 Prestressed Concrete

Previous Teaching Assignments

  • ECOR1101 Mechanics I
  • CIVE2101 Mechanics II
  • CIVE4302 Reinforced and 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

Graduate Students

Bradley Hunt Ph.D. (2018)
Salah R. Sarhat Ph.D. (2016) The Size Effect and Strain Effect in Reinforced Masonry
Jonathan Grimes M.A.Sc. (2014)
Oliver Szymczyk M.Eng. (Project) (2013)
Mitra Noghreh Khaja M.A.Sc. (2010)