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Narayanan Neithalath
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Structure and properties of aerated concrete: a review
N Narayanan, K Ramamurthy
Cement and Concrete composites 22 (5), 321-329, 2000
12342000
Influence of a fine glass powder on the durability characteristics of concrete and its comparison to fly ash
N Schwarz, H Cam, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete Composites 30 (6), 486-496, 2008
4392008
Characterizing pore volume, sizes, and connectivity in pervious concretes for permeability prediction
N Neithalath, MS Sumanasooriya, O Deo
Materials characterization 61 (8), 802-813, 2010
4212010
The filler effect: the influence of filler content and surface area on cementitious reaction rates
T Oey, A Kumar, JW Bullard, N Neithalath, G Sant
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 96 (6), 1978-1990, 2013
4092013
Hydration and strength development in ternary portland cement blends containing limestone and fly ash or metakaolin
K Vance, M Aguayo, T Oey, G Sant, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete Composites 39, 93-103, 2013
3632013
Influence of a fine glass powder on cement hydration: Comparison to fly ash and modeling the degree of hydration
N Schwarz, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete Research 38 (4), 429-436, 2008
3372008
Characterizing enhanced porosity concrete using electrical impedance to predict acoustic and hydraulic performance
N Neithalath, J Weiss, J Olek
Cement and Concrete Research 36 (11), 2074-2085, 2006
3312006
Compressive behavior of pervious concretes and a quantification of the influence of random pore structure features
O Deo, N Neithalath
Materials Science and Engineering: A 528 (1), 402-412, 2010
2852010
Analysis of calcium leaching behavior of plain and modified cement pastes in pure water
J Jain, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete Composites 31 (3), 176-185, 2009
2752009
The rheological properties of ternary binders containing Portland cement, limestone, and metakaolin or fly ash
K Vance, A Kumar, G Sant, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete Research 52, 196-207, 2013
2732013
Structure and strength of NaOH activated concretes containing fly ash or GGBFS as the sole binder
D Ravikumar, S Peethamparan, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete composites 32 (6), 399-410, 2010
2552010
Pore structure features of pervious concretes proportioned for desired porosities and their performance prediction
MS Sumanasooriya, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete Composites 33 (8), 778-787, 2011
2372011
Microstructural investigations on aerated concrete
N Narayanan, K Ramamurthy
Cement and concrete research 30 (3), 457-464, 2000
2252000
Isothermal reaction kinetics and temperature dependence of alkali activation of slag, fly ash and their blends
S Chithiraputhiran, N Neithalath
Construction and Building Materials 45, 233-242, 2013
2142013
Compressive response of pervious concretes proportioned for desired porosities
O Deo, N Neithalath
Construction and Building Materials 25 (11), 4181-4189, 2011
2132011
Permeability reduction in pervious concretes due to clogging: experiments and modeling
O Deo, M Sumanasooriya, N Neithalath
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 22 (7), 741-751, 2010
2102010
Effects of activator characteristics on the reaction product formation in slag binders activated using alkali silicate powder and NaOH
D Ravikumar, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete Composites 34 (7), 809-818, 2012
2062012
Microstructure, strength, and moisture stability of alkali activated glass powder-based binders
R Redden, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete Composites 45, 46-56, 2014
2002014
On the feasibility of using phase change materials (PCMs) to mitigate thermal cracking in cementitious materials
F Fernandes, S Manari, M Aguayo, K Santos, T Oey, Z Wei, G Falzone, ...
Cement and Concrete Composites 51, 14-26, 2014
1792014
Insights into material design, extrusion rheology, and properties of 3D-printable alkali-activated fly ash-based binders
H Alghamdi, SAO Nair, N Neithalath
Materials & Design 167, 107634, 2019
1722019
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