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civil and water resources engineer

S. Abe Jenab, Iranian Civil and water resources engineer. Achievements include patents for double mole drains, for hydro-dynamic rocket for cleaning drains and sewer lines and for high technology in slope stability. Recipient Honorary medal International Commision on Irrigation, 1972; grantee United States Department of Agriculture, 1967, Iranian Plan Organisation, 1970, others.

Background

Jenab, S. Abe was born on March 26, 1936 in Isfahan, Persia. Came to the United States, 1959. Son of Mohamad Taghi and Soghra (Beigom) Jenab.

Education

Master of Science, Utah State University, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, Utah State University, 1967.

Career

Instructor Tehran University, 1962-1964. From assistant professor to associate professor Utah State University, Logan, 1967-1969. Visiting professor Utah Stae University, 1983-1985.

Director water resources engineering department Agricultural Development Bank of Iran, Tehran, 1969-1970. President, manager Aabadin Engineering Inc., 1973-1983. Associate professor Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz Universities, Iran, 1969-1983.

Senior engineer St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, Florida, since 1985. Consultant Iranian Plan Organization, Tehran, 1973-1983. Advisor, consultant Ministry of Water and Power, Tehran, 1975-1983.

Consultant Highway Department, Ogden, Utah, 1984-1985, Iranian Plant Organization, 1970-1975. Technical consultant United Nations Development Program. Numerous consultant positions.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for double mole drains, for hydro-dynamic rocket for cleaning drains and sewer lines and for high technology in slope stability.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor more than 30 articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Society of Civil Engineers, American Society Agricultural Engineers.

Connections

Children: Jenia, Jima.

father:
Mohamad Taghi Jenab

mother:
Soghra (Beigom) Jenab

children:
Jima Jenab

Jenia Jenab