Engineering | Neithalath Lab

2018
  • Alghamdi, H., Dakhane, A., Alum, A., Abbaszadegan, M, Mobasher, B., Neithalath, N., (2018). “Synthesis and Characterization of Economical, Multi-functional Porous Ceramics based on Abundant Aluminosilicates” accepted for publication in Materials and Design
  • Yang, P., Chowdhury, S., and Neithalath, N., (2018). Strain Sensing ability of metallic particulate reinforced cementitious composites: Experiments and microstructure-guided finite element modeling, Cement and Concrete Composites, 90, 225-234 Go To Page
  • Okoronkwo, M., Falzone, G., Wada, A., Franke, W., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2018). “A rheology-based protocol to establish admixture compatibility in concentrated cementitious suspensions”, ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 30(7), 04018122 Go To Page
  • Dakhane, A., Das, S., O’Donnell, S., Hansen, H., Hanoon, F., Rushton, A., Perla, C., and Neithalath, N., (2018). Crack Healing in Cementitious Mortars using Enzyme Induced Carbonate Precipitation (EICP): Quantification Based on Fracture Response, ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0002218 Go To Page
  • Arora, A., Aguayo, M., Hanson, H., Federspiel, E., Castro, C., Mobasher, B., and Neithalath, N., (2018). “Microstructural packing- and rheology-based binder selection for Ultra-High Performance Concretes (UHPC)”, Cement and Concrete Research, 103, 179-190 Go To Page
  • Das, S., Aguayo, M., Rajan, S.D., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2018). “Microstructure-guided numerical simulation to predict the thermal performance of a hierarchical cement-based composite material”, Cement and Concrete Composites, 87, 20-28 Go To Page
  • Wei, Z., Wang, B., Falzone, G., She, Z., Callagon, E., Okoronkwo, M.U., Oey. T., Neithalath, N., Pilon, L., and Sant, G., (2018). Clinkering-free cementation by fly ash carbonation, Journal of CO2 utilization, 23, 117-127 Go To Page
2017
  • Hsiao, Yi-Hsuan., La Plante, E., Anoop Krishnan, N. M., Le Pape, Y., Neithalath, N., Bauchy, M., Sant, G., (2017). “The Effects of Irradiation on Albite’s Chemical Durability”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry, Part A, Go To Page
  • Oey, T., Kumar, A., Pignatelli, I., Yu, Y., Neithalath, N., Bullard, J., Mathieu, B., and Sant, G., (2017). “Topological controls on the dissolution kinetics of glassy aluminosilicates”, Journal of American Ceramic Society, Go To Page
  • Wei, Z., Falzone, G., Das, S., Saklani, N., Le Pape, Y., Pilon, L., Neithalath, N., Sant, G., (2017). “Restrained Shrinkage Cracking of Cementitious Composites Containing Soft PCM Inclusions: A Paste (Matrix) Controlled Response”, Materials and Design, 132, 367-374 Go To Page
  • Yang, P., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2017). “A refined, self-consistent Poisson-Nernst-Planck (PNP) model for electrically induced transport of multiple ionic species through concrete”, Cement and Concrete Composites, 82, 80-94 Go To Page
  • Arora, A., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2017). “Numerical Simulations to Quantify the Influence of Phase Change Materials (PCMs) on the Early- and Later-Age Thermal Response of Concrete Pavements”, Cement and Concrete Composites, 81, 11-24. Go To Page
  • Wei, Z., Falzone, G., Wang, B., Thiele, A., Puerta-Falla, G., Pilon, L., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2017). “The durability of cementitious composites containing microencapsulated phase change materials”, Cement and Concrete Composites, 81, 66-76. Go To Page
  • Falzone, G., S. Yu., A. Thiele., Z. Wei., N. Neithalath, L. Pilon., G. Sant., (2017). “Early-age temperature evolutions in concrete pavements containing microencapsulated phase change materials”, Construction and Building Materials, 147, 466-477. Go To Page
  • Dakhane, A., Madavarapu, S., Marzke, R., and Neithalath, N., (2017). “Spectroscopic studies on the time and temperature dependence of alkali activation of slag”, Applied Spectroscopy, DOI:10.1177/0003702817704588, pp. 13
  • Young, B.A., Wei, Z., Rubalcava-Cruz, J., Falzone, G., Kumar, A., Neithalath, N., Sant, G., and Pilon, L., (2017). “A general method for retrieving thermal deformation properties of microencapsulated phase change materials or other particulate inclusions in cementitious materials”, Materials and Design, 126, 259-267. Go To Page
  • Kumar, A., Oey, T., Falzone, G., Huang, J., Bauchy, M., Balonis, M., Neithalath, N., Bullard, J., and Sant, G., (2017). “The filler effect: The influence of filler content and type on the hydration rate of tricalcium silcate”, accepted for publication in the Journal of American Ceramic Society Go to page
  • Egan, G., Kumar, A., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2017). “Re-examining the influence of inclusion characteristics on the drying shrinkage of cementitious composites”, Construction and Building Materials, 146, 713-722. Go To Page
  • Gomez-Zamorano, L., Balonis, M., Erdemli, B., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2017). “C-(N)-S-H and N-A-S-H Gels: Compositions and Solubility Data at 25°C and 50°C”, accepted for publication in the Journal of American Ceramic Society Go to page
  • Dakhane, A., Tweedley, S., Kailas, S., Marzke, R., and Neithalath, N., (2017). “Mechanical and Microstructural Characterization of Alkali Sulfate Activated High Volume Fly Ash Binders”, Materials and Design, Vol. 122, pp. 236-246. Go To Page
  • Puerta-Falla, G., Balonis, M., Falzone, G., Bauchy, M., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2017) “Monovalent ion-exchange kinetics of hydrated calcium-alumino layered double hydroxides”, accepted for publication in Industrial Engineering and Chemistry Research Go to page
  • Das, S., Xiao, X., Chawla, N., and Neithalath, N., (2017). “Effective Constitutive Response of Sustainable Next Generation Infrastructure Materials through High-Fidelity Experiments and Numerical Simulation”, Procedia Engineering, Vol. 173, pp. 1258-1265 Go to page
  • Aguayo, M., Das, S., Castro, C., Kabay, N., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2017). “Porous inclusions as hosts for phase change materials in cementitious composites: Characterization, thermal performance, and analytical models”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 134, pp. 574-584 Go to page
2016
  • Anoop Krishnan, N.M., Wang, B., Falzone, G., Le Pape, Y., Neithalath, N., Pilon, L., Bauchy, M., and Sant, G., (2016). “Confined Water in Layered-Silicates: The Origin of Anomalous Thermal Expansion Behavior in Calcium-Silicate-Hydrates”, Applied Materials and Interfaces, Vol. 8., pp. 35621-35627 Go to page
  • Yang, P., O’Donnell, S., Hamdan, N., Kavazanjian, E., and Neithalath, N., (2016). “3D DEM simulations of drained triaxial compression of sand strengthened using microbially induced carbonate precipitation”, accepted for publication in International Journal of Geomechanics, ASCE, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)GM.1943-5622.0000848 Go to page
  • Das, S., Maroli, A., and Neithalath, N., (2016). “Finite element-based micromechanical modeling of the influence of phase properties on the elastic response of cementitious systems”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 127, pp. 153-166 Go to page
  • Aguayo, M., Das, S., Maroli, A., Kabay, N., Mertens, J., Rajan, S.D., Sant, G., Chawla, N., and Neithalath, N., (2016). “The influence of microencapsulated Phase Change Material (PCM) characteristics on the microstructure and strength of cementitious composites: Experiments and finite element simulations”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 73, pp. 29-41 Go to page
  • Arora, A., Vance, K., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2016). “A methodology to extract the component size distributions in interground composite (limestone) cements”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 121, pp. 328-337 Go to page
  • Falzone, G., Puerta-Falla, G., Wei, Z., Zhao, M., Kumar, A., Neithalath, N., Pilon, L., and Sant, G., (2016). “The influence of soft and stiff inclusions on the mechanical properties of cementitious composites”, Cement and Concrete Composites, 10.1016/j.cemconcomp.2016.05.008 Go to page
  • Das, S., Maroli, A., Singh, S., Stannard, T., Xiao, S., Chawla, N., and Neithalath, N., (2016). “A microstructure-guided constitutive modeling approach for random heterogeneous materials: Application to structural binders”, Computational Materials Science, Vol. 119, pp. 52-64. Go to page
  • Puerta-Falla, G., Balonis, M., Kumar, A., Rivera, M., Falzone, G., LeSaout, G., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2016). “The influence of slightly, and highly soluble carbonate salts on phase relations in hydrated calcium aluminate cements”, Journal of Materials Science , Vol. 51(12), 6062-6074 Go to page
  • Kachala, R., Dey, V., Bonakdar, A., Neithalath, N., and Mobasher, B., (2016). “Quantitative 2D Restrained Shrinkage Cracking of Cement Paste with Wollastonite Microfibers”, ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0001592 Go to page
  • Oey. T., Kumar, A., Falzone, G., Huang, J., Kennison, S., Bauchy, M., Neithalath, N., Bullard, J.W., and Sant, G., (2016). “The Influence of Water Activity on the Hydration Rates of Tricalcium Silicate”, Journal of American Ceramic Society, DOI: 10.1111/jace.14181, pp.16Go to page
  • Das, S., Stone, D., Mobasher, B., and Neithalath, N., (2016). “Strain energy and process zone based fracture characterization of a novel iron carbonate binding material”, Engineering Fracture Mechanics , Vol. 156, pp. 1-15 Go to page
  • Das, S., Kizilkanat, A., Chowdhury, S., Stone, D., and Neithalath, N., (2016). “Temperature-induced Phase and Microstructural Transformations in a Synthesized Iron Carbonate (Siderite) Complex”, Materials and Design, Vol. 92, pp. 189-199 Go to page
  • Arora, A., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2016). “Ternary blends containing slag and interground/blended limestone: Hydration, strength, and pore structure”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 102 Part I, 113-124 Go to page
  • Thiele, A.M., Falzone, G., Wei, Z., Young, B., Neithalath, N., Sant, G., and Pilon, L., (2016). “Figure of merit for the thermal performance of cementitious composites containing phase change materials”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 65, 214-226 Go to page
2015
  • Dakhane, A., Das, S., Kailas, S., and Neithalath, N., (2015). “Elucidating the crack resistance of alkali activated slag mortars using fracture tests and image correlation”, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 10.1111/jace.13960, October 2015 Go to page
  • Das, S., Yang, P., Singh, S., Mertens, J., Zhou, X., Chawla, N., and Neithalath, N., (2015). “Effective properties of a fly ash geopolymer: Synergistic application of tomography, nanoindentation, and homogenization models ”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 78, 252-262 Go to page
  • Puerta-Falla, G., Balonis, M., Le Saout, G., Falzone, G., Kumar, A., Zhang, C., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2015). “Elucidating the role of aluminous source in enhancing limestone reactivity in cementitious materials”, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, DOI: 10.1111/jace.13806, pp. 1-14 Go to page
  • Puerta-Falla, G., Kumar, A., Gomez-Zamorano, L., Bauchy, M., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2015). “The influence of filler type and surface area on the hydration rates of calcium aluminate cement”, Construction and Building Materials , Vol. 96, 657-665 Go to page
  • Das, S., Hendrix, A., Stone, D., and Neithalath, N., (2015). “Flexural fracture response of a novel iron carbonate matrix-glass fiber composite and its comparison to portland cement-based composites”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 93, 360-370.Go to page
  • Das, S., Kizilanat, A., Neithalath, N., (2015). “Crack propagation and strain localization in metallic particulate reinforced cementitious mortars”, Materials and Design, DOI: 10.1016/j.matdes.2015.04.038 Go to page
  • Das, S., Aguayo, M., Sant, G., Mobasher, B., and Neithalath, N., (2015). “Fracture process zone and tensile behavior of blended binders containing limestone powder”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 73, 51-62. Go to page
  • Vance, K., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2015). “Rheology of cement pastes: A closer look at experimental parameters and property determination using common rheological models”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 59,38-48 Go to page
  • Stoian, J., Oey, T., Bullard, J., Jian, H., Kumar, A., Balonis, M., Terrill, J., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2015). “New insights into the prehydration of cement and its mitigation”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 70, pp. 94-103 Go to page
  • Sumanasooriya, M.S., Deo, O., Rehder, B., and Neithalath, N., (2015). “A review of the materials science based models for mixture design and permeability prediction of pervious concretes”, accepted for publication in International Journal of Materials and Structural Integrity (invited contribution)
  • Vance, K., Arora, A., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2015). “Rheological studies on interground and blended limestone portland cement suspensions”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 79, pp. 65-72 Go to page
  • Peng, Z., Vance, K., Dakhane, A., Marzke, R., and Neithalath, N., (2015). “Microstructural and 29Si NMR spectroscopic evaluations of alkali cationic effects on fly ash activation”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 57, pp. 34-43 Go to page
2014
  • Das, S., Stone, D., Convey, D., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “Pore structure and microstructure in iron carbonate binder systems”, Materials Characterization, Vol. 98, December 2014, pp. 168-179 Go to page
  • Vance, K., Dakhane, A., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “Observations on the rheological response of alkali activated fly ash suspensions: The role of activator type and concentration”, Rheologica Acta, Vol. 53, pp. 843-855, DOI 10.1007/s00397-014-0793-z. Go to page
  • Vance, K., Aguayo, M., Dakhane, A., Ravikumar, D., Jain, J., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “Microstructural, mechanical, and durability related similarities in structural concretes based on OPC and alkali activated slag binders”, International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 289-299, DOI 10.1007/s40069-014-0082-3. Go to page
  • Aguayo, M., Yang, P., Vance, K., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “Electrically driven Chloride ion transport in blended binder concretes: Insights from experiments and numerical simulations”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 66, pp. 1-10 Go to page
  • Das, S., Aguayo, M., Dey, V., Kachla, R., Mobasher, B., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “The fracture response of blended binder formulations containing limestone powder: Evaluations using two-parameter fracture method and digital image correlation”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 53, pp. 316-326 Go to page
  • Das, S., Souliman, B., Stone, D., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “Synthesis and properties of a novel and sustainable structural binder based on iron carbonation”, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, Vol. 6, pp. 8295-8304 Go to page
  • Dakhane, A., Peng, Z., Marzke, R., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “Comparative analysis of the influence of sodium and potassium silicate solutions on the kinetics and products of slag activation”, ASTM Journal of Advances in Civil Engineering Materials, Vol. 3, pp. 18 Go to page
  • Kumar, A., Ketel, S., Vance, K., Oey, T., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2014). “Water vapor sorption in cementitious materials: Measurement, modeling, and interpretation”, Transport in Porous Media, Vol. 103, pp. 69-98 Go to page
  • Fernandez, F., Manari, S., Aguayo, M., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2014). “On the feasibility of using phase change materials (PCMs) to mitigate thermal cracking in cementitious materials, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 51, pp. 14-26 Go to page
  • Rehder, B., Bahn, K., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “Fracture behavior of pervious concrete systems: Influence of pore structure and fibers”, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol. 118, pp. 1-16 Go to page
  • Stockwell, A., Neithalath, N., and Rajan, S.D., (2014)., “Multi-physics design optimization model for structural walls incorporating phase change materials”, Engineering Optimization, DOI:1080/0305215X.2014.887706
  • Redden, R., and Neithalath, N., (2014). “Microstructure, strength, and moisture stability of alkali activated glass powder-based binders”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 45, pp. 46-56 Go to page
2013
  • Sanish, K.B., Neithalath, N., and Santhanam, M., (2013). “Monitoring the evolution of material structure in cement pastes and concretes using electrical property measurements”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 49, pp. 288-297 Go to page
  • Ravikumar, D., and Neithalath, N., (2013). “An electrical impedance investigation into the chloride ion transport resistance of alkali silicate powder activated slag concretes”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 44, pp. 58-68 Go to page
  • Hembade, L., Neithalath, N., and Rajan, S.D., (2013). “A finite-element based framework for understanding the energy performance of concrete structural elements containing phase change materials”, ASCE Journal of Energy Engineering, http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)EY.1943-7897.0000146
  • Vance, K., Kumar, A., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2013). “The rheological behavior of ternary binders containing portland cement, limestone and metakaolin or fly ash”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 52, pp. 196-207 Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., and Ravikumar, D., (2013). “Evaluating the use of accelerated test methods for chloride transport in alkali activated slag concretes using electrical impedance and associated models”, ASTM STP 1566, DOI:10.1520/STP156620120104, pp. 85-107
  • Kumar, A., Oey, T., Kim, S., Thomas, D., Badran, S., Li, J., Fernandes, F., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2013). “Simple methods to estimate the influence of limestone fillers on reaction and property evaluation in cementitious materials”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 42, pp. 20-29 Go to page
  • Vance, K., Aguayo, M., Oey, T., Sant, G., and Neithalath, N., (2013). “Hydration and strength development in ternary portland cement blends containing limestone and fly ash or metakaolin”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 39, pp. 93-103 Go to page
  • Chithiraputhiran, S., and Neithalath, N., (2013). “Isothermal reaction kinetics and temperature dependence of  alkali activation of slag, fly ash and their blends”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 45, pp. 233-242 Go to page
  • Ravikumar, D., and Neithalath, N., (2013). “Electrically induced chloride ion transport in alkali activated slag concretes and the influence of microstructure”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 47, pp. 31-42 Go to page
  • Oey, T., Kumar, A., Bullard, J.W., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2013). “The filler effect: The influence of filler content and surface area on cementitious reaction rates”, Journal of American Ceramic Society, DOI: 10.1111/jace.12264
  • Oey, T., Kumar, A., Falla, G.P., Henkenseifken, R., Neithalath, N., and Sant, G., (2013). “A comparison of intergrinding and blending limestone on reaction and strength evolution on cementitious materials”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 43, pp. 428-435 Go to page
2012
  • Neithalath, N., and Cam, H.T., (2012). “Strength and transport properties of coarse limestone powder modified concretes proportioned to compensate for dilution effects”, Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2290, 2012, pp. 130-138. Go to page
  • Ravikumar, D., and Neithalath, N., (2012). “Reaction kinetics in sodium silicate powder and liquid activated slag binders evaluated using isothermal calorimetry”, Thermochimica Acta, Vol. 546, pp. 32-43 Go to page
  • Ravikumar, D., and Neithalath, N., (2012). “Effects of activator characteristics on the reaction product formation in slag binders activated using alkali silicate powder and NaOH”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 34(7), pp. 809-818 Go to page
  • Sumanasooriya, M.S., Deo, O., and Neithalath, N., (2012). “A particle packing based methodology for material design of pervious concretes”, ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 109(2), pp. 205-214 Go to page
2011
  • Sumanasooriya, M.S., and Neithalath, N., (2011) “Pore structure features of pervious concretes proportioned for desired properties and their performance prediction”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 33(8), 778-787 (one of the 25 most-read papers in this journal) Go to page
  • Deo, O., and Neithalath, N., (2011). “Compressive behavior of pervious concretes proportioned for desired porosities”, Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 25(11), pp. 4181-4189 Go to page
  • Jain J., and Neithalath, N., (2011). “Electrical impedance analysis based quantification of microstructural changes in concretes due to non-steady state chloride migration”, Materials Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 129, pp. 569-579. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., (2011). “An overview of the benefits of using glass powder as a partial cement replacement material in concrete”, Indian Concrete Journal, February 2011, pp 8-16. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., Persun, J., and Manchiryal, R.K., (2011). “Electrical conductivity based microstructure and strength prediction of plain and modified concretes”, International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics (invited contribution), DOI 10.1007/s12572-011-0023-1
2010
  • Deo, O., Sumanasooriya, S., and Neithalath, N., (2010) “Proportioning pervious concrete mixtures for desired performance levels”, Journal of the Indian Concrete Institute, December 2010, pp. 13-22
  • Deo, O., and Neithalath, N., (2010). “Compressive behavior of pervious concretes and a quantification of the influence of random pore structure features ”, Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol. 528, pp. 402-412 Go to page
  • Somaratna, J., Ravikumar, D., and Neithalath, N., (2010). “Response of alkali activated fly ash mortars to microwave curing”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 40, No. 12, pp. 1688-1696. Go to page
  • Sumanasooriya, M.S., Bentz, D.P., and Neithalath, N., (2010). “Planar image based reconstruction of pervious concrete pore structure and permeability prediction”, ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 107, No. 4, July-August 2010, pp. 413-421. Go to page
  • Deo, O., Sumanasooriya, M.S., and Neithalath, N., (2010). “Permeability reduction in pervious concretes due to clogging: Experiments and modeling”, ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, Vol. 22, No. 7, pp. 741-751. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., Sumanasooriya, M.S., and Deo, O., (2010). “Characterizing pore volume, sizes, and connectivity in pervious concretes towards permeability prediction”, Materials Characterization, Vol. 61, Issue 8, pp. 802-813. Go to page
  • Cam, H.T., and Neithalath, N., (2010). “Moisture and ionic transport in coarse limestone powder modified concretes”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 32, Issue 7, pp. 486-496. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., and Jain, J.A., (2010). “Relating rapid chloride transport parameters of concretes to microstructural features extracted from electrical impedance”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 40, Issue 7, pp. 1041-1051. Go to page
  • Ravikumar, D., Peethamparan, S., and Neithalath, N., (2010). “Structure and strength of NaOH activated concretes containing fly ash or GGBFS as the sole binder”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 32, Issue 6, pp. 399-410. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., Bentz, D.P., and Sumanasooriya, M.S., (2010). “Advances in pore structure characterization and performance prediction of pervious concretes”, Concrete International, May 2010, pp. 35-40. Go to page
  • Jain, J.A., and Neithalath, N., (2010). “Chloride transport in fly ash and glass powder modified concretes: Influence of test methods on microstructure”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 32, Issue 2, pp. 148-156. Go to page
2009
  • Sumanasooriya, M.S., and Neithalath, N., (2009). “Stereology and morphology based pore structure descriptors of Enhanced Porosity (Pervious) Concretes”, ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 106, No. 5, September-October 2009, pp. 429-438. Go to page
  • Jain, J.A., and Neithalath, N., (2009). “Physico-chemical changes in nano-silica and silica fume modified cement pastes in response to leaching”, International Journal of Materials and Structural Integrity, Special volume on Nanotechnology for construction materials, Vol. 3, No. 2/3, 2009, pp. 114-133 (invited contribution). Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., Persun, J.D., and Hossain, A., (2009). “Hydration in high performance cementitious systems containing vitreous calcium aluminosilicate and silica fume”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 39, 2009, pp. 473-481. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., and Schwarz, N., (2009). “Properties of cast-in-place concrete and precast concrete blocks incorporating waste glass powder as a cement replacement material”, The Open Construction and Building Technology Journal, Vol. 3, 2009, pp. 42-51. DOI: 10.2174/1874836800903010042
  • Manchiryal, R., and Neithalath, N., (2009). “Analysis of the influence of material parameters on the electrical conductivity of cement pastes and concretes”, Magazine of Concrete Research, Vol. 61, Issue 4, pp. 257-270. Go to page
  • Jain, J., and Neithalath, N., (2009). “Analysis of calcium leaching behavior of plain and modified cement pastes in pure water”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 31, Issue 3, 2009, pp. 176-185. Go to page
2008
  • Shirazi, S., Hossain, A., Persun, J.D., and Neithalath, N., (2008). “Properties of concrete containing vitreous aluminosilicate pozzolan”, Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2070, 2008, pp. 32-38. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., (2008). “Quantifying the effects of hydration enhancement and dilution in cement pastes containing coarse glass powder”, Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology, Vol. 6, No. 3, October 2008, pp. 1-12. Go to page
  • Schwarz, N., Cam, H.T., and Neithalath, N., (2008). “Influence of a fine glass powder on the durability characteristics of concrete and its comparison to fly ash”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 30, June 2008, pp. 486-496.
  • Schwarz, N., and Neithalath, N., (2008). “Influence of a fine glass powder on cement hydration: Comparison to fly ash and modeling the degree of hydration”, Cement and Concrete Research Vol. 38, Issue 4, 2008, pp. 429-436. Go to page
2004 - 2007
  • Schwarz, N., DuBois, M., and Neithalath, N., (2007). “Electrical conductivity based characterization of plain and coarse glass powder modified cement pastes”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 29, Issue 9, 2007, pp. 656-666. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., (2007). “Evaluating the short- and long-term moisture transport phenomena in lightweight aggregate concretes”, Magazine of Concrete Research, Vol. 59, No. 6, 2007, pp. 435-445. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., (2007). “Extracting the performance predictors of enhanced porosity concretes from electrical conductivity spectra”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 37, Issue 5, 2007, pp. 796-804. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., Weiss, J., and Olek, J., (2006). “Characterizing Enhanced Porosity Concrete using electrical impedance to predict acoustic and hydraulic performance”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 36, 2006, pp. 2074-2085. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., (2006). “Damage assessment in cellulose cement composites using dynamic mechanical characteristics”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 28, 2006, pp. 658-667. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., (2006). “An analysis of moisture transport in mortars and concrete using a sorption-diffusion approach”, ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 103, No.3, May-June 2006, pp. 209-217. Go to page
  • Neithalath, N., Garcia, R., Weiss, J., and Olek, J., (2005). “Tire-Pavement Interaction Noise: Recent research on concrete pavement surface type and texture”, International Journal of Concrete Pavements, Vol.1, No.1, December 2005, pp. 88-105.
  • Neithalath, N., Marolf, A., Weiss, J., and Olek, J., (2005). “Modeling the effects of pore structure on the acoustic absorption of Enhanced Porosity Concrete”, Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology, Japan Concrete Institute, Vol.3, No.1, 2005, pp. 29-40. Go to page
1999-2004
  • Neithalath, N., Weiss, J., and Olek, J., (2004). “Acoustic performance and damping behavior of cellulose-cement composites”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 26, pp 359-370. Go to page
  • Marolf, A., Neithalath, N., Sell, E., Weiss, J., and Olek, J., (2004) “The influence of aggregate gradation on the acoustic absorption of Enhanced Porosity Concrete”, ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 101, No.1, 2004, pp. 82-91. Go to page
  • Narayanan, N., and Ramamurthy, K., (2001). Reply to discussions by Vaupel, H., and Odler, I on the paper “Microstructural investigations on Aerated Concrete”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol.31, pp 155. Go to page
  • Narayanan, N., and Ramamurthy, K., (2000). “Prediction relations for compressive strength of Aerated Concrete”, ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 97, 2000, pp 367-373. Go to page
  • Narayanan, N., and Ramamurthy, K., (2000). “Structure and properties of Aerated Concrete – A review”, Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol.22, pp. 321-329 (the No.1 most downloaded paper in 2013 in this journal, and 13th in the all-time most-cited papers in the journal Cement and Concrete Composites, consistently in the top 25 of most downloaded papers) Go to page
  • Narayanan, N., and Ramamurthy, K., (2000). “Microstructural investigations on Aerated Concrete”, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol.30, pp 457-464. Go to page
  • Narayanan, N., and Ramamurthy, K., (2000). “Prediction relations based on gel-pore parameters for the compressive strength of Aerated Concrete”, Concrete Science and Engineering, RILEM, Vol.2, pp 206-212.
  • Ramamurthy, K., and Narayanan, N., (2000). “Influence of composition and curing on the drying shrinkage of Aerated Concrete”, Materials and Structures, RILEM, Vol.33, pp 243-250. Go to page
  • Ramamurthy, K., and Narayanan, N., (2000). “Factors influencing the density and compressive strength of Aerated Concrete”, Magazine of Concrete Research, Vol.52, No.3, pp 163-168. Go to page
  • Narayanan, N., Ramamurthy, K., and Ambalavanan, R., (2000). “Cost-effectiveness analysis of two-way filler slabs with Mangalore-pattern tiles”, Indian Concrete Journal, Vol.74, No.3, pp 145-149.
  • Ambalavanan, R., Narayanan, N., and Ramamurthy, K., (1999). “Cost-effectiveness Analysis of alternate one-way filler slabs”, Indian Concrete Journal, Vol.73, No.3, pp 171-177.