In the name of Allah


Amir Masoud Rezadoust


Associate Professor of Composites Group

Iran Polymer & Petrochemical Institute

PO Box 14977-13115, Tehran, Iran

Tel.: (021) 4866 2468 Fax: (021) 4478 7076




Personal Details:

- Date of Birth: 5/4/1973

- Place of Birth: Tehran, Iran

- Status: Married

- Nationality: Iranian


- B.Sc., August 1996, Polymer Engineering (Tehran Polytechnic-Amirkabir University of Technology).

- M.Sc., August 1998, Polymer Engineering (Iran Polymer Institute)

-Ph.D., November 2012, Polymer Engineering (Iran Polymer Institute)


Interested Research Area:

- 3D printing/Additive manufacturing of polymers

- Composites processing (Pultrusion, compression molding and vacuum infusion)


Work Experience:

-   1995-1996 computer teacher in Abdali school.

-   1998- Present, Member of academic staff in Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute, Tehran, Iran.

-   2005-2007, Consultant to KavoshYaran Eng. Co., Composite Materials (Tehran Metro contractor).

-   2008-2010, Consultant to Abzian Nil Co., Pultrusion Process.

-   2010-2016, R&D Director in Alborz Composite Eng. Co..

-   2016-present, Co-founder of Kavian Composites Co.




1.     MH Beheshty and AM Rezadoust, Fiber Reinforced Plastics (Polymer Composites), (in Persian), Iran Polymer and petrochemical Institute, Tehran, 2005, 426 pages.

2.     A.M. Rezadoust, M. Esfandeh and A.R. Dayani, An Overview on FRP Market in Iran, Fanohonar, Tehran, 2006.

3.     A.M. Rezadoust, M. Esfandeh and A.R. Dayani, FRP Market in Iran, Fanohonar, Tehran, 2009.

4.     A.M. Rezadoust and M. Haji Hoseini, Ablative Composites Insulator, (in Persian), Shahid Yasdani Institute, 2009.

5.     A.M. Rezadoust, M. Esfandeh and A.R. Dayani, S. Ghassaban, A review on Composites Market in Iran and Overseas, Iran Polymer & Petrochemical Institute, Tehran, 2018.



Journal Papers:

1.     A.M. Rezadoust and M. Esfandeh, “Evaluation of Two-Roll Mill Method for preparing Short Glass Fibre Reinforced NBR-Phenolic composites”, Polymers & Polymer Composites, Vol. 9, No. 6, 2001, P. 403

2.     A.M. Rezadoust & M. Esfandeh, Preparation of Glass Reinforced NBR-Phenolic Composite: Study of Fibre Length Distribution and Burning Properties, Plastics Rubber and Composites, Vol 33, No 2/3, p 107, 2004.

3.     A.M. Rezadoust & M. Esfandeh, Study of Fibre Breakage and Length Distribution During Compounding Glass-NBR-Phenolic Composites, Polymer Plastics Technology & Engineering, Vol. 44, No. 1, p 63, 2005.

4.     A.M. Rezadoust & M. Esfandeh and A.R Sabet, Crush Behavior of Conical Composite Shells: Effect of Vertex Angle and Diameter/Wall Thickness Ratio , Polymer Plastics Technology & Engineering, Vol 47, No 2, 2008.

5.     M. Esfandeh, A.R Sabe, A.M. Rezadoust and S.M. Alavi, Bond Performance of FRP Rebars with Various Surface Deformations in Reinforced Concret, Polymer Composites, 30, 576-582, 2009.

6.     H Rahimi, V Khalili, M H R Ghoreishy, A M Rezadoust, M Esfandeh, Effect of intertube adhesion on Mechanical   properties of tubular cell polypropylene honeycombs, Polymers & Polymer Composites, Vol. 17, No. 8, 2009.

7.     V. Shahedyfar, H.R. Tajik and A. M. Rezadoust, Studying the Thermal Properties of a Cotton/Epoxy Composite Inhibitor, Propellants, Explosives and Pyrotechnics, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp 569–574, 2012.

8.     R. Khosravi, S. A. Hashemi, S. A. Sabet & A. M. Rezadoust, Thermal, Dynamic Mechanical, and Barrier Studies of Potassium Permanganate-LDPE Nanocomposites, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, Vol. 52, pp 126–132, 2013.

9.     A.M. Rezadoust & M. Esfandeh and M.H Beheshty, Rheological Behaviour of Styrene-free Unsaturated Polyester-clay Nanocomposites , Polymer and Polymer Composites, Vol 21, No 2, pp 61-70, 2013.

10.     V. Shahedyfar and A. M. Rezadoust, Thermal and mechanical behavior of cotton/vinyl ester composites: Effects of some flame retardants and fiber treatment, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, vol. 32 no. 10, pp 681-688, 2013.

11.     A.M. Rezadoust & M. Esfandeh, M.H Beheshty and G. Heinrich, Effect of the nanoclay types on the rheological response of unsaturated polyester–clay nanocomposites, Polymer Engineering and Science, Vol. 53, No. 4, pp 809-817, 2013.

12.     V. Shahedyfar and A. M. Rezadoust and and I. Amiri Amraei, Comparison of Physical, Thermal, and Thermomechanical Properties of Cotton/Epoxy Composite and Cotton/Vinyl Ester Composite Inhibitors, Inhibitor, Propellants, Explosives and Pyrotechnics, Vol. 41, pp 321–326, 2016.

13.     B. Najafloo and A. M. Rezadoust and and M. Latifi, Effect of through-the-thickness areal density and yarn fineness on the mechanical performance of three-dimensional carbon–phenolic composites, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, vol. 35, pp 1447-1459, 2016.

14.     Ramin Hamzehei, Javad Kadkhodapour, Ali Pourkamali Anaraki, Saeed Rezaei, Soheil Dariushi, Amir Masoud Rezadoust, Ramin Hamzehei, Javad Kadkhodapour, Ali Pourkamali Anaraki, Saeed Rezaei, Soheil Dariushi, Amir Masoud Rezadoust, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, vol. 145, pp 96-105, 2018.

15.     PK Barzoki, AM Rezadoust, M Latifi and H Saghafi, The experimental and numerical study on the effect of PVB nanofiber mat thickness on interlaminar fracture toughness of glass/phenolic composites, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol. 194, pp 145-153, 2018.

16.     PK Barzoki, AM Rezadoust, M Latifi and H Saghafi, The experimental and numerical study on the effect of PVB nanofiber mat thickness on interlaminar fracture toughness of glass/phenolic composites, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol. 194, pp 145-153, 2018.

17.     PK Barzoki, M Latifi, AM Rezadoust, The outstanding effect of nanomat geometry on the interlaminar fracture toughness behavior out of autoclave made glass/phenolic composites under mode-I loading, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol. 205, pp 108-119, 2019.

18.     M Hosseini, M Esfandeh, M RazaviNouri, AM Rezadoust, Effect of Hybridization of CarboxylTerminated Acrylonitrile Butadiene Liquid Rubber and Alumina Nanoparticles on the Fracture Toughness of Epoxy Nanocomposites, Polymer Composites, Vol 40, pp 2700-2711, 2019.

19.     R Kashizadeh, M Esfandeh, AM Rezadoust and R. Sahrayean, Physico-Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Date Palm Fiber/Phenolic Resin composite, Polymer Composites, Vol 40, pp 3657-3665, 2019.

20.     S. Dariushi, AM Rezadoust and R. Kashizadeh, Effect of processing parameters on the fabrication of fiber metal laminates by vacuum infusion process, Polymer Composites, Vol 40, pp 4167-4174, 2019.

21.     P Kheirkhah Barzoki, AM Rezadoust, M Latifi, H. Saghafi, G. Minak, Effect of nanofiber diameter and arrangement on fracture toughness of out of autoclave glass/phenolic composites - Experimental and numerical study, Thin-Walled Structures, Vol 143, 106251, 2019.

22.     P Kheirkhah Barzoki, M Latifi, AM Rezadoust, Response surface methodology optimization of electrospinning process parameters to fabricate aligned polyvinyl butyral nanofibers for interlaminar toughening of phenolic-based composite laminates, Journal of Industrial Textiles, Vol 49, pp 858-874, 2020.

23.     H Ipackchi, AM Rezadoust, M Esfandeh, M. Rezaei, Improvement of interlaminar fracture toughness of phenolic laminates interleaved with electrospun polyvinyl butyral nanofibers, Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, Vol 105, 102406, 2020.

24.     Z. Soheilpour, A.M.Rezadoust, M. Razavi-Nouri, K. Garoosi, S.R. Ghaffarian, Influence of multi-walled carbon nanotubes on tensile properties and printing quality of 3D-printed acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene nanocomposites, Iranian Journal of Polymer Science and Technology (in Persian), Vol 32, pp 497–507, 2020.

25.     H. Ipakchi, A. Shegeft, A.M. Rezadoust, M.J. Zohuriaan-Mehr, K. Kabiri, S. Sajjadi, Bio-resourced furan resin as a sustainable alternative to petroleum-based phenolic resin for making GFR polymer composites, Iranian Polymer Journal, Vol 29, pp 287–299, 2020.

26.     H Ipackchi, AM Rezadoust, M Esfandeh, M. Rezaei, An investigation on the effect of polyvinyl butyral interlayer forms on the fracture toughness of glass reinforced phenolic laminates, Thin-Walled Structures, Vol 151, 106724, 2020.

27.     M. Sayanjali, A.M. Rezadoust, F. Abbassi Sourki, Tailoring physico-mechanical properties and rheological behavior of ABS filaments for FDM via blending with SEBS TPE, Rapid Prototyping Journal, Vol 26, pp 1687–1700, 2020.

28.     M. Razavi-Nouri, A.M. Rezadoust, Z. Soheilpour, K. Garoosi, S.R. Ghaffarian, Morphology and mechanical properties of poly (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene)/multi-walled carbon nanotubes nanocomposite specimens prepared by fused deposition modeling, Polymer Composites, Vol 42, pp 342–352, 2021.

29.     N. Mosleh, A.M. Rezadoust, S. Dariushi, Determining process-window for manufacturing of continuous carbon fiber-reinforced composite Using 3D-printing, Materials and Manufacturing Processes, Vol 36, pp 409–418, 2021.

30.     N. Zeynivand Mojarrad, H Dabiryan, A.M. Rezadoust, H. Nosraty, Numerical and experimental study of internal pressure behaviour of integrated and non-integrated weft-knitted reinforced composite elbows, Journal of Composite Materials, 0021998321990727, 2021.



Conference Papers:

1.     Rezadoust A.M., Jahani Y. and Sabet S.A., “Fabrication of Elastomeric Ablative insulation for Solid fuel Rocket Motors”, The Proceeding of first Conference of Aerospace Organization, 2000, Vol. 9, Materials and Manufacturing (2).

2.     Hashemi S.A., Rezadoust A.M., Sabet S.A.,Energy Absorption of Conical Composite Tubes”, The proceedings of PPS-2001, October 22-24, 2001, Antalya, Turkey, P. 247.

3.     Rezadoust A.M., Jahani Y. and Sabet S.AAsbestosless Elastomeric Ablative Insulation”, ”, The Proceeding of Iranian Seminar on Polymer Science and Technology (Fifth), 12-14 September 2000, Amirkabir University, Tehran, Iran.

4.     Rezadoust A. M. & Esfandeh M., "Flame Retardant Selection in ablative Insulation", The Proceeding of sixth national Conference of Chemical Engineering, 2-4 May 2001, Ami Kabir University of Technology, Vol. 7.

5.     M. Esfandeh and A. M. Rezadoust, Preparation of Unsaturated Polyester Resin/Jute Fiber Composites by Pultrusion and Study of their Mechanical and Morphological Properties, 14-17 september, PPS 2003, Greece.

6.     Rezadoust A. M. & Esfandeh M., "Investigation of fibre length in composite elastomeric insulation manufacturing, 4rd Conference of the Iranian Aerospace Society, AERO 2003, Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, Vol. 3, Jan. 2003, p 289.

7.     M. Esfandeh, A.M. Rezadoust, S. A. Sabet and S. M. B. Alavi, Investigation of bond Strength of Polymer Composite RE-bars to Concrete, PPS 22, July 2-6, 2006, Yamagata, Japan.

8.     H. Rahimi, M. H. R. Ghoreishy, A. M. Rezadoust, M. Esfandeh, V. Khalili, In plane tensile core delamination strength of tubular cell polypropylene honeycomb,  8th International Conference on Sandwich Structures (ICSS 8), Porto, 2008.

9.     M. Esfandeh, M. Razavi-Nouri, A.M. Rezadoust, “Mechanical Properties of the epoxy Resin-Based Composites Toughened by CTBN Rubber”, ISPST 2014.

10.     M.S. Motafaker, M. Esfandeh, A.M. Rezadoust , “Role of matrix modification on interlaminar shear strength of hybrid resole based carbon fiber/graphene nanocomposites”, ISPST 2014.

11.     M. Ezoji, F. Farahmandghavi, M. Imani, A.M. Rezadoust, “Surface Properties of Polycarbonate Flat sheets after Corona Discharge Treatment”, ISPST 2014.

12.     A.M. Rezadoust, E. Jafari, M. Latifi, “A comparison of Fused Deposition Modeling and Injection Molding of Glass Reinforced ABS Parts”, ISPST 2016.

13.     M. Rezaie, M. Esfandeh, A.M. Rezadoust, “Comparison Between Novolac and Resole-based Phenolic Resin in The Preparation of Thermal Insulators”, ISPST 2016.

14.     Soheil Dariushi, Melika Ahmadi, Amir Masoud Rezadoust, “Deformation and Energy Absorption of 3D Printed Curved Panels”, ISPST 2016.

15.     H. Ipakchi, A.M. Rezadoust, M. Esfandeh, M. Rezaie, “Improvement of Delamination Resistance in Glass/Phenolic Composite Laminates With Nano-Interlayers”, ISPST 2018.

16.     M. Sayanjali, A. Rezadoust*, F. Abbassi-Sourki, “Approach to developing materials for improved surface quality in FDM 3D printing”, ISPST 2018.




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