Mohammad Pour-Ghaz
Mohammad Pour-Ghaz
Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, North Carolina State University
E-mail confirmado em ncsu.edu
Título
Citado por
Citado por
Ano
Water absorption and critical degree of saturation relating to freeze-thaw damage in concrete pavement joints
W Li, M Pour-Ghaz, J Castro, J Weiss
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 24 (3), 299-307, 2012
2222012
The effect of temperature on the corrosion of steel in concrete. Part 1: Simulated polarization resistance tests and model development
M Pour-Ghaz, OB Isgor, P Ghods
Corrosion Science 51 (2), 415-425, 2009
1192009
Electrical impedance tomography-based sensing skin for quantitative imaging of damage in concrete
M Hallaji, A Seppänen, M Pour-Ghaz
Smart Materials and Structures 23 (8), 085001, 2014
1172014
Wetting and drying of concrete using aqueous solutions containing deicing salts
RP Spragg, J Castro, W Li, M Pour-Ghaz, PT Huang, J Weiss
Cement and Concrete Composites 33 (5), 535-542, 2011
822011
Electrical resistance tomography to monitor unsaturated moisture flow in cementitious materials
M Hallaji, A Seppänen, M Pour-Ghaz
Cement and Concrete Research 69, 10-18, 2015
692015
A new sensing skin for qualitative damage detection in concrete elements: Rapid difference imaging with electrical resistance tomography
M Hallaji, M Pour-Ghaz
NDT & E International 68, 13-21, 2014
632014
Numerical and experimental assessment of unsaturated fluid transport in saw-cut (notched) concrete elements
M Pour-Ghaz, F Rajabipour, J Couch, J Weiss
ACI Fall 2009 Convention, 73-85, 2009
572009
The influence of pore solutions properties on drying in cementitious materials
C Villani, R Spragg, M Pour‐Ghaz, W Jason Weiss
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 97 (2), 386-393, 2014
562014
A practical method for calculating the corrosion rate of uniformly depassivated reinforcing bars in concrete
P Ghods, OB Isgor, M Pour‐Ghaz
Materials and Corrosion 58 (4), 265-272, 2007
512007
Quantitative interpretation of half-cell potential measurements in concrete structures
M Pour-Ghaz, OB Isgor, P Ghods
Journal of materials in civil engineering 21 (9), 467-475, 2009
482009
Can Electrical Resistance Tomography be used for imaging unsaturated moisture flow in cement-based materials with discrete cracks?
D Smyl, R Rashetnia, A Seppänen, M Pour-Ghaz
Cement and Concrete Research 91, 61-72, 2017
462017
Effect of damage on moisture transport in concrete
F Ghasemzadeh, M Pour-Ghaz
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 27 (9), 04014242, 2015
462015
Detecting the time and location of cracks using electrically conductive surfaces
M Pour-Ghaz, J Weiss
Cement and Concrete Composites 33 (1), 116-123, 2011
422011
The effect of temperature on the corrosion of steel in concrete. Part 2: Model verification and parametric study
M Pour-Ghaz, OB Isgor, P Ghods
Corrosion science 51 (2), 426-433, 2009
382009
Modeling water absorption in concrete and mortar with distributed damage
D Smyl, F Ghasemzadeh, M Pour-Ghaz
Construction and Building Materials 125, 438-449, 2016
372016
Detecting damage in concrete using electrical methods and assessing moisture movement in cracked concrete
M Pour-Ghaz
Purdue University, 2011
372011
Using electrical, magnetic and acoustic sensors to detect damage in segmental concrete pipes subjected to permanent ground displacement
M Pour-Ghaz, J Kim, SS Nadukuru, SM O’Connor, RL Michalowski, ...
Cement and Concrete Composites 33 (7), 749-762, 2011
302011
Restrained shrinkage cracking in concrete elements: Role of substrate bond on crack development
K Raoufi, M Pour-Ghaz, A Poursaee, J Weiss
Journal of materials in civil engineering 23 (6), 895-902, 2011
302011
Quantitative electrical imaging of three-dimensional moisture flow in cement-based materials
D Smyl, M Hallaji, A Seppänen, M Pour-Ghaz
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 103, 1348-1358, 2016
272016
A functionally layered sensing skin for the detection of corrosive elements and cracking
A Seppänen, M Hallaji, M Pour-Ghaz
Structural Health Monitoring 16 (2), 215-224, 2017
262017
O sistema não pode executar a operação agora. Tente novamente mais tarde.
Artigos 1–20