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杨政险

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杨政险,博士毕业于荷兰代尔夫特理工大学土木工程与地质科学学院结构工程系(代尔夫特理工大学是世界顶级理工大学之一,QS2016年最新综合排名全球62,土木与结构工程学科排名全球第5)。2007年起先后工作、学习于美国蒙大拿州立大学、美国华盛顿州立大学、西班牙建筑科学院、荷兰代尔夫特理工大学及荷兰国家材料创新研究所。回国工作前,任职美国华盛顿州立大学土木和环境工程系研究助理教授。2017年以“建筑材料学科” 学科带头人引进至福州大学土木工程学院工作,任职特聘教授,同时任美国华盛顿州立大学海外兼职教授,博士生导师。   

在美国和荷兰工作期间主持和参与包括美国国家自然科学基金在内的科研项目17项,获批总经费达300多万美元(其中近5年150多万美元)。已发发表学术期刊论文50多篇,其中第一或通讯作者SCI 论文16篇(总SCI影响因子超过35),EI论文2篇。参编3本书籍章节;10多次参加国际大会并作报告(1次特邀报告,2篇大会最佳论文),第一和通讯作者国际会议论文21篇。谷歌学术统计近5年发表论文总被引用740余次,单篇最高被引115次,h因子14。现合作指导4名博士生,8名研究生。已完成指导2名硕士生。现担任国际期刊“Advances in Concrete Construction (ACC), An International Journal”, “Petroleum & Petrochemical Engineering Journal” 编委;担任土木建筑材料研究领域10多个国际著名SCI期刊及国际学术会议特邀审稿专家,并受邀担任美国交通部-纽约城市学院基金及加拿大魁北克省高校青年教师基金外部评审委员会专家。

杨政险博士在土木工程材料领域(混凝土材料及耐久性)具有较深学术造诣,取得过国际同行公认的重要研究成果。开发了一类新的基于氨基酸改性的环保混凝土智能添加剂,并首次应用海洋等高盐环境中钢筋混凝土结构的腐蚀防护;这类智能添加剂引起了荷兰Kisuma公司的极大兴趣,并就工业化规模生产开展了初步合作。自主设计开发了钢筋混凝土腐蚀三联检测法及实时软件监测系统;该新型测试法被荷兰皇家应用科学组织(TNO)资深科学家、荷兰代尔夫特理工大学教授R.B. Polder评价为/Delft。该混凝土钢筋锈蚀检测法同时得到国际混凝土耐久性研究领域权威专家,国际腐蚀工程师协会(NACE2013 年度Willis Rodney Whitney 奖获得者、西班牙教育部顾问、前国际材料与结构研究实验联合会(RILEM)主席,西班牙建筑科学院前院长 C. Andrade 教授的高度评价,并受邀赴西班牙访问合作。目前,该类环保混凝土智能添加剂及钢筋混凝土腐蚀三联检测法已与国内中交集团泉州高速公路有限责任公司达成科研合作协议。此外,杨政险博士还与福州美佳环保资源开发有限公司关于生活垃圾渗沥液处理、与福建建中建设科技股份有限公司关于河道淤泥制备环保砖达成科研合作意向。他致力于推进科研成果产业化,为推动社会经济的发展及节能环保事业做出自己的贡献。

杨政险博士的主要研究领域为绿色水泥基材料及其可持续性及耐久性研究。目前致力于以下四个方面的研究:

1)    土木工程新材料、新技术及智能混凝土,包括:有机-无机杂化功能材料辅助的自修复混凝土、光催化及纳米材料科技在建筑材料和环保领域的应用等。
2)    
环境友好型绿色低碳混凝土,包括:粉煤灰,高炉矿渣,火山灰,城市生活垃圾等各种工业废弃物及稻壳灰,麦秸灰,贝类鱼壳等多种农业废弃物、生物质在混凝土工业中的应用,生物(细菌)水泥。
3)    
混凝土及再生混凝土耐久性及服役寿命预测、模拟及评估,包括:钢筋混凝土结构的腐蚀防护及电化学检测、新型纳米功能材料对混凝土的改性、混凝土的化学侵蚀及对策。
4)    
水泥化学、聚合物改性混凝土,包括:水泥水化产物 CSH 分子学研究,聚合物改性剂的微观作用机理及对混凝土宏观性能影响。

联系方式

      E-mailzhengxian.yang@wsu.edu;281947484@qq.com

个人学术网页

      Google Scholar: http://scholar.google.nl/citations?user=RbFdzwQAAAAJ&hl=en

      ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Zhengxian_Yang/contributions

现担任以下国际知名SCI学术期刊审稿专家

  Cement and Concrete Research
  Cement and Concrete Composites
  Construction and Building Materials (2015及2016年获评该期刊”杰出审稿人”)
  ASCE journal of Materials in Civil Engineering
  Materials and Structures (RILEM)
  Corrosion Science
  Journal of Cleaner Production
  Materials and Design
  Smart Materials and Structures (IOP)
  Chemical Reviews (ACS)
  Journal of the Transportation Research Board (TRB)
  Advances in Materials Science and Engineering
  Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering
  AspectsJournal of Testing and Evaluation (ASTM)
  Computers and Concrete, An International Journal

在美国及荷兰主持及参与的部分项目情况

PI: A Novel Systematic Strategy towards Air-purifying, Corrosion Resistant and Self-Healing Concrete InfrastructureFunded by: USDOT OST-R (CESTiCC) through the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and Washington State University, $50,000(plus $25,000 match by WSU), Dec. 2016-Nov. 2017.

PI: A New Additive for Improved Corrosion Protection of Reinforced Concrete by ModifiedHydrotalcitesCo-Funded by Materials Innovation Institute (M2i) and Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). € 430,000, Oct. 2010-Sept. 2014.

PI: Using Fine Lightweight Aggregate as Internal Reservoirs (FLAIR) for Autogenous Distribution of Bacteria-based Self-Healing Agent in Cementitious MaterialsFunded by Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University-Bozeman (MSU), $5,000, Oct. 2009-Mar. 2010.

PI: Study on Preparation of Nanocapsules of Resina Draconis–Funded by Natural Science Foundation for Young Facultiesin Universitiesof Anhui Province (NO.2006jq1223), RMB1,0000, May.2006.-May. 2008.

PI: Preparation of Resina Draconis microcapsules–Funded by Natural Science Foundation of Fuyang Normal University for Young Faculties (NO.2005LQ08), RMB1,0000, Nov. 2005-Nov.2007.

Co-PI: A New Sustainable Additive for Self-Deicing Asphalt MixtureFunded by: USDOT OST-R (CESTiCC) through the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and Washington State University, $50,000(plus $25,000 match by WSU), Dec. 2016-Nov. 2017.

Co-PI: Environmentally Friendly Pervious Concrete for Treating Deicer-Laden Stormwater (phase II) Funded by: USDOT OST-R (CESTiCC) through the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and Washington State University, $50,000(plus $25,000 match by WSU), Dec. 2016-Nov. 2017.

Co-PI: Locally Sourced Renewable Additives for Infrastructure-Friendly Snow/Ice Control OperationsFunded by: USDOT OST-R (CESTiCC) through the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and Washington State University, $50,000(plus $25,000 match by Washington State DOT), Dec. 2016-Nov. 2017.

Co-PI: CRISP: Type 2: Collaborative Research: Multi-Agent Sustainable Water Decision Theory (MUST): Nexus of Water, Road, and Hierarchic Social Contractual Systems. Funded by the National Science Foundation (Award No. 1638384). $365,771. Oct. 2016 – Sept. 2020. Principal Investigator. Dr. Xianming Shi at WSU co-leads this $2.5 million NSF grant with Dr. Bill Yu of Case Western Reserve University. I served as Co-I of WSU part for this joint project.

Co-PI: Quantifying Salt Concentration on Pavement (Phase II) Funded by Aurora Program through Montana State University, $24,045, April. 2016-Mar. 2017.

Projects I served as Senior/Key Research Staff:

Cost-Effective Use of Sustainable Cementitious Materials as Reactive Filter Media (Phase I) Funded by: USDOT OST-R (CESTiCC) through the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and Washington State University, $50,000 (plus $25,000 match by WSU),Nov. 2015 -Oct. 2016.

Design of Living Barriers to Reduce the Impacts of Snow Drifts on Illinois Freeways Funded by Illinois Center for Transportation, $225,000 (plus $75,000 match by WSU), Nov. 2015 -Apr. 2018.

WSU Excellence Fund. Gift fund provided by the Simpson-Strong Tie, LLC. on seed initiatives related to anti-corrosion coating and concrete durability. $40,000. July 2016 – June 2017.

Inhibitor Longevity and Deicer Performance-A Pooled Fund Study Funded by eleven state DOTs (WA, ID, OR, MT, CO, IN, IO, MN, ND, UT, and VA), the U.S. DOT RITA, Redmond Minerals, America West, and Tetra Technologies. $719,337, Nov. 2007-Dec. 2010.

Validating the Durability of Corrosion Resistant Mineral Admixture ConcreteFunded by California Department of Transportation, $390,121. June 2006 - June 2010.

WTI Corrosion and Sustainable Infrastructure Laboratory Funded by U.S.DOT-RITA Research and Innovative Technology Administration.

Building Green: Development and Evaluation of an Environmentally Friendly ConcreteFunded by the National Science Foundation (Award No. 0900143). $311,876.00,April. 2009-Sept. 2012. Michael Berry (PI), Montana State University.

已投或在审文章 (*表示论文通讯作者, IF表示期刊影响因子)

1.  Li, W., Dong, B., Yang, Z., Xu, J., Chen, Q., Li, H., Xing, F. and Jiang*, Z.  Intrinsic Self-healingCementitiousMaterials: Recent Advances and Future Perspectives. Advanced Materials, (Submitted in 2017, IF:19.791)

2. Junjie Wang, Yang, Z.* Obtaining Chloride DiffusionCoefficient of CementitiousMaterials from AcceleratedChlorideMigrationTests: Theoretical and Empirical Models. ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, (Submitted in 2017, IF:1.644)

3.   Zhang, Q., Ji, T., Wang, C., Yang, Z.* Influence of different activators on performance of alkali-activated nickel slag cementitious materials. (under internal review)

4.     Li, X., Ji, T., Ye, Z., Yang, Z.* Influence of different curing conditions on neutral salt activated fly ash cement. (under internal review)

5.    Ji, T., Qu, S., Ye, Y., Yang, Z.* The effect of cement type on the mechanical properties and permeability of artificial reef concrete. (under internal review)

已发表的英文学术期刊论文

谷歌学术最新统计: 发表论文已被引用740多次 , H因子为14. (*表示论文通讯作者, IF表示期刊影响因子)

1.  Yang, Z.*, Polder, R., Mol, J.M.C., Andrade, C. The Effect of Two Types of Modified Mg-Al Hydrotalcites on Reinforcement Corrosion in Cement Mortar. Cement and Concrete Research, 2017, 100: 196-202 (IF:4.762)

2. Yang, Z., Zhang, Y., Shi, X. Impact of nanoclay and carbon microfiber in combating the deterioration of asphalt concrete by non-chloride deicers. Construction and Building Materials, 2018,160:514-525(IF:3.169)

3. He, J., Du, S., Yang, Z*., Shi, X*. Laboratory Investigation of GrapheneOxide SuspensionAs a Surface Sealer for CementitiousMortars. Construction and Building Materials, (Accepted for publication, 2018)(IF:3.169)

4. Yang, Z*, Polder, R, Mol, J.M.C., Modified Hydrotalcites as Chloride Scavengers and Inhibitor Release Agents for Concrete Application. HERON,(Accepted,2017, EI)

5.  Yang, Y., Ji, T., Lin, X., Chen, C, Yang, Z.*.Biogenic Sulfuric Acid Corrosion Resistance of New Artificial Reef Concrete. Construction and Building Materials, 2018,158:33-41. (IF:3.169)

6.   Lv, L., Zhang, H., Schlangen, E., Yang, Z*., Xing, F*. Experimental and numerical study of crack behaviour for capsules-based self-healing cementitious materials. Construction and Building Materials 2017,156:219-229. (IF:3.169)

7. Yang, Z.*, Fischer, H., Polder, R. Laboratory Investigation of the Influence of Two Types of Modified Hydrotalcites on Chloride Ingress into Cement Mortar. Cement and Concrete Composites, 2015, 58: 105-113. (IF:4.265)

8.  Yang, Z.*, Fischer, H., Polder, R. Synthesis and Characterisation of Modified Hydrotalcites and Their Ion Exchange Characteristics in Chloride-rich Simulated Concrete Pore Solution. Cement and Concrete Composites, 2014,47(3): 87-93. (IF:4.265)

9.   Yang, Z.*, Hollar, J., He, X., and Shi, X. A Self-healing Cementitious Composite Using Oil Core/Silica Gel Shell Microcapsules. Cement and Concrete Composites, 2011, 33(4): 506-512. (IF:4.265)

10.  Lv, L., Yang, Z*., Chen, G., Han, N., Schlangen, E., Zhu, G., Xing, F*. Synthesis and Characterization of a New Polymeric Microcapsule and Feasibility Investigation in Self-healing Cementitious Materials. Construction and Building Materials, 2016, 105: 487-495. (IF:3.169)

11.  Yang, Z.*, Fischer, H., Cerezo, J., Mol, J.M.C., Polder, R. Aminobenzoate Modified Mg-Al Hydrotalcites As a Novel Smart Additive of Reinforced Concrete for Anticorrosion Applications. Construction and Building Materials, 2013, 47, 1436-1443. (IF:3.169)

12.  Yang, Z., Shi, X., Creighton, A. T., and Peterson, M. M. Effect of Styrene-Butadiene Rubber Latex on the Chloride Permeability and Microstructure of Portland Cement Mortars. Construction and Building Materials, 2009, 23(6): 2283-2290. (IF:3.169)

13.  Yang, Z., Hollar, J., and Shi, X. Surface-sulfonated Polystyrene Microspheres Improve Crack Resistance of Carbon Microfiber-reinforced Portland Cement Mortar. Journal of Materials Science, 2010, 45(13): 3497-3505. (IF:2.599)

14.  Yang, Z.*, Fischer, H., Cerezo, J., Mol, J.M.C., Polder, R. Modified Hydrotalcites for Improved Corrosion Protection of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete--Preparation, Characterization and Assessment in Alkaline Chloride Solution. Materials and Corrosion, 2016, 67(7):721-738. (IF:1.26)

15.  Yang, Z.*, Fischer, H., Polder, R. Modified Hydrotalcites as A New Emerging Class of Smart Additive of Reinforced Concrete for Anti-Corrosion Applications: A Literature Review. Materials and Corrosion, 2013, 64(12): 1066-1074.(IF:1.26)

16.  Yang, Z., Hollar, J., Shi, X., and He, X.Laboratory Assessment of A Self-healing Cementitious Composite. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2010, 2142: 9-17. (IF:0.598)

17. Han, B*., Yang, Z*., Shi, X, and Yu, X. Transport Properties of Carbon-Nanotube/Cement Composite.Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, (co-first author), 2013, 22(1): 184-189. (IF:1.331)

18. Yang, Z.*, Fischer, H., Polder, R. The Effect of Modified Hydrotalcites on Mechanical Properties and Chloride Penetration Resistance in Cement Mortar. Key Engineering Materials, 2015(629-630):156-16. (EI)

19.  Lv, L., Schlangen, E., Yang, Z., Xing, F. Micromechanical Properties of a New Polymeric Microcapsule for Self-Healing Cementitious Materials. Materials, 2016, 9(12), 1025.

20. Du, S., Zhao, H., Ge, Y., Yang, Z., Shi, X.Laboratory Investigation into the Modification of Transport Properties of High Volume Fly Ash Mortar by Chemical Admixtures.ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 2017, 29(10):04017184

21.  Shi, X., Fortune, K., Fay, L., Smithlin, R., Yang, Z., Cross, D and Wu, J. Longevity of Corrosion Inhibitors and Performance of Anti-icingProductss after Pavement Application: A case study. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 2012, (83-84): 89-97.

22.   Shi, X., Yang, Z., Liu, Y., and Cross, D. Strength and Corrosion Properties of Portland Cement Mortar and Concrete with Mineral Admixtures. Construction and Building Materials, 2011, 25(8): 3245-3256.

23.  Shi, X., Fay, L., Peterson, M.M., and Yang, Z. Freeze-thaw Damage and Chemical Change of A Portland Cement Concrete In the Presence of Diluted Deicers.Materials and Structures 2010, 43(7):933-946.

24.  Shi, X., Yang, Z., Nguyen, T.A., Suo, Z., Avci, R., and Song, S. An Electrochemical and Microstructural Characterization of Steel-Mortar Admixed with Corrosion Inhibitors. Science in China, Series E: Technological Sciences, 2009, 52(1): 52-66.

25. Shi, X., Fay, L., Yang, Z., Nguyen, T.A., and Liu, Y. Corrosion of Deicers to Metals in Transportation Infrastructure: Introduction and Recent DevelopmentsDevelopments. Corrosion Reviews2009, 27(1-2): 23-52.

26. Shi, X., Akin, M., Pan. T., Fay, L., Liu, Y., and Yang, Z. Deicer Impacts on Pavement Materials: Introduction and Recent Developments. The Open Civil Engineering Journal, 2009, 3: 16-27.

出版的书籍章节

1.  Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. The Application of Modified Hydrotalcites as Chloride Scavenger in Cement Mortars. In C. Andrade, J. Gulikers & R. Polder (Eds.), Durability of Reinforced Concrete from Composition to Protection, Springer International Publishing, 2015, pp 115-124.

2.   Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. Possibilities for improving corrosion protection of reinforced concrete by modified hydrotalcites-a literature review.In C. Andrade & J. Gulikers (Eds.), Advances in Modeling Concrete Service Life, RILEM Bookseries Volume 3, Springer Netherlands, 2012, pp 95-105.

3.    Shi, X., Huang, J.,Yang, Z.Pavement treatments for winter maintenance. InShi & Fu. (Eds.), Sustainable Winter Road Operations, Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN: 978-1-119-18506-2, 2017

已发表的国际会议论文 (*表示论文通讯作者)

1.   He, J., Du, S., Yang, Z.*, Shi, X. Influence of Graphene Oxide as a Surface Sealer on Microstructure of Cementitious Mortars. Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 96 Annual Meeting. Jan. 8-12, 2017. Washington, D.C. Paper No. 17-5127. (Corresponding author)

2.    Jiang, Y., Shi, X., Yang, Z., Sun, W. Improved Transport Properties of Mortar by Graphene Oxide Modified Mortar Surface Sealer. Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 96 Annual Meeting. Jan. 8-12, 2017. Washington, D.C. Paper No. 17-5311.

3.  Yang, Z., Zhang, Y., Shi, X. Impact of nanoclay and carbon microfiber in combating the deterioration of asphalt concrete by non-chloride deicers. Fourth International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies (SCMT4). August 7-11, 2016, Las Vegas, USA.

4.   Hoffman, D., Yang, Z., Shi, X. Surficial Treatment of Recycled Concrete Aggregate to Yield Structural Grade Concrete. Poster presentation for the 2016 CESTiCC Summer Workshop, August 12, 2016, Bozeman, Montana.

5.   Du, S., Shi, X., Ge, Y., Yang, Z. Transport Properties of High Volume Fly Ash Mortar with Various Chemical Admixtures. International Conference on Transportation Infrastructure and Materials. July 16-18, 2016, Xi’an, China.

6.   He, J., Du, S., Yang, Z*., Shi, X. The influence of graphene oxide as a surface sealer on microstructure of cementitious mortar. TRC INAUGURAL 2016, Transportation Research Congress Inaugural Meeting. June 6-8, Beijing, China.

7.   Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. The Effect of Modified Hydrotalcites on Mechanical Properties and Chloride Penetration Resistance in Cement Mortar. The 10th fib International Symposium on High Performance Concrete–Innovation & Utilization. September 16-18, 2014, Beijing, China. (Invited lecture and thepaper was selected as one of the best papers by the conference).

8.   Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. The Application of Modified Hydrotalcites as Chloride Scavengers and Inhibitor Release Agents in Cement Mortars.Concrete Solutions 2014, 5th International Conference on Concrete Repair. September 1-3, 2014, Belfast, UK.

9.     Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Cerezo, J., Mol, J.M.C., Polder, R. Modified Hydrotalcites as New Smart Additive of Reinforced Concrete for Anticorrosion Applications-An Assessment in Chloride-containing Alkaline Solutions. European Corrosion Congress (EUROCORR). September 1 - 5, 2013, Estoril, Portugal.

10. Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. The Application of Modified Hydrotalcites as Chloride Scavenger in Cement Mortars. Proceedings 6th International RILEM PhD Student Workshop on Durability of Reinforced Concrete. July 4-5, 2013, Delft, The Netherlands.(This paper was selected by the workshop for publication in Springer’s book).

11. Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. Aminobenzoate Modified Hydrotalcites as a Novel Smart Additive of Reinforced Concrete for Anticorrosion Applications. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting. September 3-5, 2012, Cape Town, South Africa.

12. Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. A New Smart Additive of Reinforced Concrete Based on Modified Hydrotalcites: Preparation, Characterization and Anticorrosion Applications. Proceedings of XXI International Materials Research Congress. August 12-17, 2012, Canc, Mexico.

13. Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. A New Additive for Improved Corrosion Protection of Reinforced Concrete by Modified Hydrotalcites, Proceedings of 1st International Congress on Durability of Concrete (ICDC). June 18-21, 2012, Trondheim, Norway. (This paper was selected as one of the best papers by the conference).

14. Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. A Feasibility Study of a New Application of Modified Hydrotalcites in Corrosion Protection of Reinforced Concrete. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Microstructure Related Durability of Cementitious Composites. April 11-13, 2012, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

15. Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. Synthesis of Modified Hydrotalcites and Preliminary Evaluation of Their Corrosion Protection Effectiveness for Reinforced Concrete. Proceedings 5th International RILEM PhD Student Workshop on Durability of Reinforced Concrete. February 9-10, 2012, Helsinki/Espoo, Finland.

16.  Yang, Z., Hollar, J., Shi, X. Chloride Permeability and Crack Resistance of Cement Composite Incorporating Pulp Microfibers and Nanoclay. Abstract submitted to the 2011 NACE International Annual Corrosion Conference and Exposition, March 13-17, 2011, Houston, TX, USA.

17. Yang, Z., Fischer, H., Polder, R. Possibilities for Improving Corrosion Protection of Reinforced Concrete by Modified Hydrotalcites – A Literature Review. Proceedings of 4th International RILEM PhD Workshop on Durability of Reinforced Concrete. November 19-20, 2010, Madrid, Spain.(This paper was selected by the workshop for publication in Springer’s book).

18. Yang, Z., Hollar, J.,Shi, X. Laboratory Assessment of a Self-Healing Cementitious Composite. The First International Conference on Nanotechnology in Cement and Concrete, May 5-7, 2010, Irvine, CA, USA.

19. Yang, Z., Hollar, J., He, X., Shi, X. Feasibility Investigation of Self-healing Cementitious Composite Using Oil Core/Silica Gel Shell Passive Smart Microcapsules. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Smart Materials and Nanotechnology in Engineering (SMN2009). July 8-11, 2009, Weihai, China.

20. Yang, Z., Shi, X., Creighton, A. T., Peterson, M. M. Effect of Styrene-Butadiene Rubber Latex on the Chloride Permeability and Microstructure of Portland Cement Mortars. Proceedings of International Materials Research Conference (IMRC), June 9-12, 2008, Chongqing, China.

21. Shi, X., Nguyen, T.A., Yang, Z. An Electrochemical and Microstructural Characterization of Steel-Mortar Admixed with Corrosion Inhibitors. Proceedings of International Materials Research Conference (IMRC), June 9-12, 2008, Chongqing, China.