Nguyen Van Tuan
Nguyen Van Tuan
Assoc. Prof. Dr., Hanoi University of Civil Engineering, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Hydration and microstructure of ultra high performance concrete incorporating rice husk ash
N Van Tuan, G Ye, K Van Breugel, O Copuroglu
Cement and Concrete Research 41 (11), 1104-1111, 2011
The study of using rice husk ash to produce ultra high performance concrete
N Van Tuan, G Ye, K Van Breugel, ALA Fraaij, D Dai Bui
Construction and Building Materials 25 (4), 2030-2035, 2011
Effect of internal curing by using superabsorbent polymers (SAP) on autogenous shrinkage and other properties of a high-performance fine-grained concrete: results of a RILEM†…
V Mechtcherine, M Gorges, C Schroefl, A Assmann, W Brameshuber, ...
Materials and Structures 47, 541-562, 2014
Rice husk ash as a mineral admixture for ultra high performance concrete [PhD thesis]
VT Nguyen
The Netherlands: Delft University of Technology, 2011
Current status of construction and demolition waste management in Vietnam: challenges and opportunities
N Van Tuan, TT Kien, DTT Huyen, TTV Nga, NH Giang, NT Dung, Y Isobe, ...
International Journal of Geomate 15 (52), 23-29, 2018
Mitigation of autogenous shrinkage of ultra-high performance concrete by rice husk ash
G Ye, VT Nguyen
Journal of the Chinese Ceramic Society 40 (2), 212-216, 2012
Incorporating industrial by-products into cement-free binders: Effects on water absorption, porosity, and chloride penetration
MH Nguyen, VT Nguyen, TP Huynh, CL Hwang
Construction and Building Materials 304, 124675, 2021
Understanding hydration heat of mortars containing supplementary cementitious materials with potential to immobilize heavy metal containing waste
QT Phung, E Ferreira, S Seetharam, N Van Tuan, J Govaerts, E Valcke
Cement and Concrete Composites, 103859, 2020
Compressive strength development of high-volume fly ash ultra-high-performance concrete under heat curing condition with time
PS Dong, NV Tuan, LT Thanh, NC Thang, VH Cu, JH Mun
Applied Sciences 10 (20), 7107, 2020
Development and characterization of lightweight aggregate recycled from construction and demolition waste mixed with other industrial by-products
HP Nguyen, A Mueller, CT Nguyen, VT Nguyen
Construction and Building Materials 313, 125472, 2021
Effect of zeolite on shrinkage and crack resistance of high-performance cement-based concrete
NC Thang, NV Tuan, KH Yang, QT Phung
Materials 13 (17), 3773, 2020
Effect of sand content on the workability and mechanical properties of concrete using bottom ash and dredged soil-based artificial lightweight aggregates
KH Lee, KH Yang, JH Mun, N Van Tuan
International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 13, 1-13, 2019
Rice Hush Ash as smart material to mitigate autogenous shrinkage in high (ultra-high) performance concrete
G Ye, N Van Tuan, H Huang
Third International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and†…, 2013
Mitigation of early age shrinkage of ultra high performance concrete by using rice husk ash
VT Nguyen, G Ye, K van Breugel
The 3rd International Symposium on UHPC and Nanotechnology for High†…, 2012
Internal curing of ultra high performance concrete by using rice husk ash
N Van Tuan, G Ye, K van Breugel
International RILEM Conference on Material Science and 64th RILEM Annual†…, 2010
Effects of particle size and type of aggregates on mechanical properties and environmental safety of unbound road base and subbase materials: A literature review
HN Thai, A Kato, HG Nguyen, TD Nguyen, TK Tong, ...
International Journal 20 (78), 148-157, 2021
Autogenous Shrinkage of HPC and Ways to Mitigate it
K Van Breugel, N Van Tuan
Key Engineering Materials 629, 3-20, 2015
Effect of rice husk ash on autogenous shrinkage of ultra high performance concrete
N Van Tuan, G Ye, K van Breugel
International RILEM Conference on Advances in Construction Materials Through†…, 2010
Rice Husk Ash (a chapter in Springer book)
G Ye, H Huang, N Van Tuan
Properties of Fresh and Hardened Concrete Containing Supplementary†…, 2018
叶光, VT Nguyen
硅酸盐学报 40 (2), 212-216, 2012
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