عضو هيئة التدريس

مظهر محمد محمود طعامنه

  قسم الهندسة المـدنية
  الرتبة : استاذ مساعد / ب
  البريد الالكتروني :
  الموقع الالكتروني :
  رقم الهاتف : 4558
  المكتب : كلية الحجاوي 418

نبذه عن الحياة العلمية :

  • B.Sc, Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), Irbid, Jordan, Civil Engineering , 2000.
  • M.Sc, Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), Irbid, Jordan, Civil Engineering, 2003.
  • PhD, Akron University, Ohio, USA ,Civil Engineering, 2009.

الإهتمامات البحثية :

  • Pavement response and performance modeling.
  • Pavement surface characterization.
  • Soil improvement techniques.
  • Construction Materials, including concrete, asphalt concrete, with particular emphasis on properties characterization, damage and degradation mechanisms, and development of new materials and applications.

منشورات مختارة :

  1.  Al-Omari, B., and Taamneh, M. (2007). “Validating HCS and SIDRA Software for Estimating Delay at Signalized Intersections in Jordan”. Jordan Jurnal of Civil Engineering, Volume 1, No.4.
  2. Liang, R.Y. Rabab’ah, Samer, and Taamneh, Madhar (2007). "Evaluation of Enhanced Integrated climatic Model Predictions over Different Permeable Base Materials", Proc. XIII PanAmerican Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Margarita Island, Venezuela, July 2007.
  3.  Taamneh, M., Liang, R.Y, and Rabab’ah, S. (2010). “Update on Long-Term Monitoring Results at ATB-90”. Paper presented at 89th Annual Meeting, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  4. Taamneh, M., and Liang, R.Y. (2010). “Validation of New Enhanced Integrated Climatic Model for Atb-90 Ohio Drainable Base Sections at I-90”. Paper presented at 89th Annual Meeting, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  5. Liang, R.Y., Khasawneh, M., and Taamneh, M. (2010). “Correlation Study between Friction Measured by LWST and DFT”. Paper presented at 89th Annual Meeting, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  6. Liang, R.Y. and Taamneh, M. (2010). “Design of Effective Subsurface Drainage for Flexible Pavement”, ASCE, Geotechnical Special Publication 199, 2631-2640.
  7. Taamneh, M., and Laing, R. (2010), “Evaluation of EICM for Subsurface Moisture, Temperature, and Frost Depth in Flexible Pavements,” ASCE, Geotechnical Special Publications 199, 2641-2650.
  8. Taamneh, M., and Liang, R.Y. (2010), “Long-Term Field Monitoring of Moisture Variations under Asphalt Pavement with Different Drainable Base materials,”, ASCE, Geotechnical Special Publication, No. 154, 142-149.
  9.  Liang, R.Y, Khasawneh, M., and Taamneh, M. (2010). “Accelerated Laboratory Polishoing Device for Hot Mix Aspahlt”. ASCE, Geotechnical Special Publication, No. 154, 1-6.
  10. Taamneh, M., and Liang, R.Y. (2011) “Predicting Stress- and Moisture- Dependent Resilient Modulus of Cohesive Soils,”, Paper 11-3671, Proc. Of 90th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  11. Taamneh, M., Liang, R.Y, and Rabab’ah, S. (2011). “Numerical Investigation of Subsurface Drainage in Flexible Pavement”. Paper 11-3099, Proc. Of 90th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C.
  12. Taamneh, Y., and Taamneh, M. (2012). “Performance of pyramid-shaped solar still: Experimental study”. Desalination Journal 291, 65-68.
  13. Zahran, S., Taamneh, M., Waked, S., and Gul, W. (2013). “Potential Use of Carbon Waste Material in Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) Mixtures”. Journal of King Abdulaziz University Engineering Sciences.