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Effect of red mud (bauxite residue) as cement replacement on the properties of self-compacting concrete incorporating various fillers
M Ghalehnovi, N Roshan, E Hakak, EA Shamsabadi, J De Brito
Journal of Cleaner Production 240, 118213, 2019
Machine learning-based compressive strength modelling of concrete incorporating waste marble powder
EA Shamsabadi, N Roshan, SA Hadigheh, ML Nehdi, A Khodabakhshian, ...
Construction and Building Materials 324, 126592, 2022
Comparison of various machine learning algorithms used for compressive strength prediction of steel fiber-reinforced concrete
SS Pakzad, N Roshan, M Ghalehnovi
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 3646, 2023
Production of environmentally friendly concrete incorporating bauxite residue and silica fume
M Ghalehnovi, N Roshan, A Taghizadeh, E Asadi Shamsabadi, ...
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 34 (2), 04021423, 2022
The Strength, Microstructure, and Ecological Assessment of Concrete Mix Incorporating Waste Glass Powder and Polypropylene Fiber
A Asgarian, N Roshan, M Ghalehnovi
The effect of recycled-tire steel fiber and engineered steel fiber on rebar corrosion and shear behavior of corroded RC beam
N Roshan, M Ghalehnovi
Case Studies in Construction Materials 19, e02251, 2023
Recycled steel fiber for fiber reinforced concrete production: fresh and hardened properties, cost, and ecological assessments
N Roshan, M Ghalehnovi, SS Pakzad
Journal of Building Pathology and Rehabilitation 8 (1), 24, 2023
Effect of marble waste powder and silica fume on the bond behavior of corroded reinforcing bar embedded in concrete
M Ghalehnovi, H Rahdar, M Ghorbanzadeh, N Roshan, S Ghalehnovi
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 35 (3), 04022460, 2023
Workability, mechanical properties and durability of self-compacting concrete containing red mud, and granite and marble waste powder
M Ghalehnovi, N Roshan, M Rakhshani Mehr
Amirkabir Journal of Civil Engineering 54 (2), 379-394, 2022
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