Christopher K.Y. Leung mainly focuses on Composite material, Structural engineering, Flexural strength, Compressive strength and Ultimate tensile strength. His work in Fiber, Fibre-reinforced plastic, Brittleness, Curing and Mortar is related to Composite material. His research in Structural engineering tackles topics such as Fiber optic sensor which are related to areas like Electronic engineering, Chloride, A fibers and Corrosion.
Christopher K.Y. Leung focuses mostly in the field of Flexural strength, narrowing it down to matters related to Ductility and, in some cases, Deformation, Shear strength and Joint. His Compressive strength research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fly ash, Engineered cementitious composite, Fiber-reinforced concrete and Cement. Within one scientific family, Christopher K.Y. Leung focuses on topics pertaining to Strain hardening exponent under Ultimate tensile strength, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Cementitious composite, Cementitious and Compression.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Structural engineering, Cracking, Ultimate tensile strength and Fibre-reinforced plastic. His Composite material study frequently involves adjacent topics like Beam. His Structural engineering research integrates issues from Shear, Optical fiber and Stress.
As a part of the same scientific family, Christopher K.Y. Leung mostly works in the field of Cracking, focusing on Corrosion and, on occasion, Chloride. His Ultimate tensile strength study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Compressive strength, Toughness and Fiber-reinforced concrete. His Fibre-reinforced plastic study incorporates themes from Concrete beams, Concrete cover, Reinforced concrete, STRIPS and Epoxy.
Christopher K.Y. Leung mostly deals with Composite material, Strain hardening exponent, Ultimate tensile strength, Cementitious composite and Cracking. Christopher K.Y. Leung merges Composite material with Seawater in his research. His work deals with themes such as Bond strength, Tension, Deformation, Bending and Polyethylene terephthalate, which intersect with Strain hardening exponent.
Christopher K.Y. Leung has researched Ultimate tensile strength in several fields, including Durability and Reinforcement. His work carried out in the field of Cementitious composite brings together such families of science as Hardening, Tensile strain, Structural engineering and Fiber strain. The concepts of his Cracking study are interwoven with issues in Moisture, Fiber-reinforced composite and Water content.
His main research concerns Composite material, Strain hardening exponent, Ultimate tensile strength, Compressive strength and Cementitious composite. His study in Polyvinyl alcohol, Cementitious and Flexural strength is carried out as part of his Composite material studies. The various areas that Christopher K.Y. Leung examines in his Strain hardening exponent study include Fiber, Cracking, Tension, Bending and Polyethylene terephthalate.
Christopher K.Y. Leung interconnects Hardening and Service life in the investigation of issues within Ultimate tensile strength. In Compressive strength, he works on issues like Cement, which are connected to Fly ash, Coal and Curing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fiber strain and Constitutive equation in addition to Cementitious composite.
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Steady-state and multiple cracking of short random fiber composites
Victor C. Li;Christopher K. Y. Leung.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics-asce (1992)
Review: optical fiber sensors for civil engineering applications
Christopher Kin Ying Leung;Kai Tai Wan;Daniele Inaudi;Xiaoyi Bao.
Materials and Structures (2015)
Mechanical Behavior of Fiber Reinforced Engineered Cementitious Composites in Uniaxial Compression
Jiajia Zhou;Jinlong Pan;Christopher K.Y. Leung.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2015)
Experimental Determination of the Tension-Softening Relations for Cementitious Composites
Victor C. Li;Chun Man Chan;Christopher K.Y. Leung.
Cement and Concrete Research (1987)
Environmental degradation of epoxy–organoclay nanocomposites due to UV exposure. Part I: Photo-degradation
Ricky S.C. Woo;Yanghai Chen;Honggang Zhu;Jing Li.
Composites Science and Technology (2007)
Delamination Failure in Concrete Beams Retrofitted with a Bonded Plate
Christopher Kin Ying Leung.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2001)
Experimental Determination of the Tension-softening Curve in Cementitious Composites
Victor C. Li;C. M. Chan;C. K. Y. Leung.
Investigation of the strain transfer for surface-attached optical fiber strain sensors
Kai Tai Wan;Christopher K Y Leung;Noah G Olson.
Smart Materials and Structures (2008)
Mechanical properties of green structural concrete with ultrahigh-volume fly ash
Jing Yu;Jing Yu;Cong Lu;Christopher Kin Ying Leung;Gengying Li;Gengying Li.
Construction and Building Materials (2017)
Tensile performance of sustainable Strain-Hardening Cementitious Composites with hybrid PVA and recycled PET fibers
Jing Yu;Jie Yao;Xiuyi Lin;Hedong Li.
Cement and Concrete Research (2018)
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