Holmer Savastano Junior
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Brazilian waste fibres as reinforcement for cement-based composites
H Savastano Jr, PG Warden, RSP Coutts
Cement and Concrete Composites 22 (5), 379-384, 2000
2662000
Developments on vegetable fibre–cement based materials in São Paulo, Brazil: an overview
V Agopyan, H Savastano Jr, VM John, MA Cincotto
Cement and Concrete Composites 27 (5), 527-536, 2005
2432005
Brazilian sugar cane bagasse ashes from the cogeneration industry as active pozzolans for cement manufacture
M Frías, E Villar, H Savastano
Cement and concrete composites 33 (4), 490-496, 2011
1882011
Transition zone studies of vegetable fibre-cement paste composites
H Savastano Jr, V Agopyan
Cement and concrete composites 21 (1), 49-57, 1999
1521999
Microstructure and mechanical properties of waste fibre–cement composites
H Savastano Jr, PG Warden, RSP Coutts
Cement and Concrete Composites 27 (5), 583-592, 2005
1502005
Potential of alternative fibre cements as building materials for developing areas
H Savastano Jr, PG Warden, RSP Coutts
Cement and Concrete composites 25 (6), 585-592, 2003
1482003
Cellulose modified fibres in cement based composites
GHD Tonoli, UP Rodrigues Filho, H Savastano Jr, J Bras, MN Belgacem, ...
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 40 (12), 2046-2053, 2009
1372009
Plant fibre reinforced cement components for roofing
H Savastano Jr, V Agopyan, AM Nolasco, L Pimentel
Construction and building materials 13 (8), 433-438, 1999
1311999
Fracture and fatigue of natural fiber-reinforced cementitious composites
H Savastano Jr, SF Santos, M Radonjic, WO Soboyejo
Cement and Concrete Composites 31 (4), 232-243, 2009
1242009
Evaluation of mechanical, physical and thermal performance of cement-based tiles reinforced with vegetable fibers
LC Roma Jr, LS Martello, H Savastano Jr
Construction and Building Materials 22 (4), 668-674, 2008
1082008
Effects of calcining conditions on the microstructure of sugar cane waste ashes (SCWA): Influence in the pozzolanic activation
EV Morales, E Villar-Cociña, M Frías, SF Santos, H Savastano Jr
Cement and Concrete Composites 31 (1), 22-28, 2009
1032009
Pozzolanic behavior of bamboo leaf ash: Characterization and determination of the kinetic parameters
E Villar-Cociña, EV Morales, SF Santos, H Savastano Jr, M Frías
Cement and Concrete Composites 33 (1), 68-73, 2011
992011
Effect of accelerated carbonation on cementitious roofing tiles reinforced with lignocellulosic fibre
GHD Tonoli, SF Santos, AP Joaquim, H Savastano Jr
Construction and Building materials 24 (2), 193-201, 2010
952010
Eucalyptus pulp fibres as alternative reinforcement to engineered cement-based composites
GHD Tonoli, H Savastano Jr, E Fuente, C Negro, A Blanco, FAR Lahr
Industrial crops and products 31 (2), 225-232, 2010
922010
Mechanically pulped sisal as reinforcement in cementitious matrices
H Savastano Jr, PG Warden, RSP Coutts
Cement and Concrete Composites 25 (3), 311-319, 2003
902003
Particulate composite based on coconut fiber and castor oil polyurethane adhesive: An eco-efficient product
J Fiorelli, DD Curtolo, NG Barrero, H Savastano Jr, EMJA Pallone, ...
Industrial Crops and Products 40, 69-75, 2012
872012
Improved durability of vegetable fiber reinforced cement composite subject to accelerated carbonation at early age
A Almeida, GHD Tonoli, SF Santos, H Savastano Jr
Cement and Concrete Composites 42, 49-58, 2013
782013
Respostas fisiológicas e produtivas de vacas holandesas em lactação submetidas a diferentes ambientes
LSUSP Martello, S Júnior, SL Silva, USP FZEA, EAL Titto
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia, 2004
722004
Performance and durability of cement based composites reinforced with refined sisal pulp
GHD Tonoli, AP Joaquim, MA Arsène, K Bilba, H Savastano Jr
Materials and Manufacturing Processes 22 (2), 149-156, 2007
692007
Materiais à base de cimento reforçado com fibra vegetal: reciclagem de resíduos para a construção de baixo custo.
H Savastano Junior
Universidade de São Paulo, 2000
662000
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