Ahmed JamalTishk International University · Civil Engineering
Working on geopolymer and supplementary cementitious materials. Open to collaboration in materials and structures field
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Citations since 2017
3 Research Items
Active researcher who is highly interested in research fields of: -Repair and Strengthening of Concrete Structures -Retrofitting of Existing Structures -Geopolymer Concrete -Lightweight Concrete -High-Performance Concrete -Nano Materials -Utilizing of Waste Materials
The significant contribution of Portland cement in the global climate change, and the common durability issues of Portland cement concrete have led to develop geopolymer cement as an alternative to traditional Portland cement for creating a concrete that's more sustainable and durable. The factors that significantly affect the strength and flowabil...
The present research aimed to evaluate and analyze the performance of Portland cement mortars that were heated to a maximum temperature of 625 °C and contained various amounts of GGBFS, superplasticizer, and water-to-binder ratios. Because of the enormous temperatures they generate, fires have the potential to cause structures made of concrete to c...
The wide distribution of digital images in recent years in social media and electronic devices invokes the research activities of developing different algorithms to enhance this type of multimedia. One of the recent research approaches was involving partial differential equations (PDE) on digital image processing operations to enhance the appearanc...
Experimental results confirm that the geopolymerization of geopolymers is greatly affected by Si/Al ratio. So, how to calculate this ratio and what are the ways to change it?
-To develop a mixture proportioning process to manufacture lightweight aggregate geopolymer concrete. -To identify and study the effect of different mixing proportions on the properties of lightweight aggregate geopolymer concrete.