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  • Riding, Kyle A.; Poole, Jonathan L.; Schindler, Anton K.; Juenger, Maria C. G.; Folliard, Kevin J. (2010-08-06)
    The temperature development of mass concrete elements is strongly dependent on constituent materials and mixture proportions, as well as the formwork type, geometry, and environmental conditions. This paper presents a ...
  • Fitzsimmons, E. J.; Tucker-Kulesza, S. E.; Li, Xiongya; Jeter, W.; Fallin, Jana R.
    Attrition in engineering is a complex issue with dynamically linked variables related to teaching methods in the classroom, student learning behaviors, and student perceptions of difficult material. Extensive research has ...
  • Hawileh, Rami A.; Rasheed, Hayder A.
    This paper presents a numerical study that investigates the behavior of continuous concrete decks doubly reinforced with top and bottom glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) bars subjected to top surface fire. A finite ...
  • Ataie, Feraidon F.; Riding, Kyle A. (2013-12-20)
    Agricultural residue ash is known to be a very reactive source of supplementary cementitious material (SCM) for use in concrete. The influence of thermochemical pretreatments on the reactivity of agricultural residue ash ...
  • Nayyeri Amiri, Shahin; Esmaeily, Asad (2014-01-24)
    Propagation of transient pressure waves in nonhomogeneous viscoelastic media with a cylindrical hole of circular cross section is investigated by employing the theory of propagating surfaces of discontinuities. The ...
  • Ataie, Feraidon F.; Riding, Kyle A. (2014-02-12)
    Corn stover has the potential for use as a supplementary cementitious material (SCM) for concrete. The impact of distilled water and dilute acid pretreatments and post-treatments on the pozzolanic reactivity of corn stover ...

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