His primary areas of study are Composite material, Asphalt, Induction heating, Asphalt concrete and Cementitious. Cracking, Stiffness, Mortar, Durability and Flexural strength are the subjects of his Composite material studies. His studies deal with areas such as Brittleness, Composite number and Corrosion as well as Cracking.
His work in Asphalt addresses issues such as Thermal stability, which are connected to fields such as Emulsion, Polymerization, Penetration and In situ polymerization. His Asphalt concrete study combines topics in areas such as Ultimate tensile strength and Civil engineering. His work carried out in the field of Cementitious brings together such families of science as Construction engineering, Curing, Deflection and Strain hardening exponent.
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Cement, Cracking, Cementitious and Asphalt. Ultimate tensile strength, Microstructure, Mortar, Durability and Strain hardening exponent are among the areas of Composite material where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His work in Microstructure covers topics such as Elastic modulus which are related to areas like Fracture.
Erik Schlangen has included themes like Corrosion, Structural engineering, Reinforcement, Shrinkage and Chloride in his Cracking study. His Cementitious research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Compressive strength, Extrusion and Deflection. His research in the fields of Asphalt concrete, Asphalt pavement and Porous asphalt overlaps with other disciplines such as Induction heating.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Cementitious, Cement, Mortar and Ultimate tensile strength. Erik Schlangen merges Composite material with Lattice in his research. The Cementitious study combines topics in areas such as Compressive strength, Extrusion, 3D printing and Strain hardening exponent.
His Cement research incorporates elements of Particle-size distribution, Durability, Process engineering and Absorption of water. His Mortar research integrates issues from Curing and Superabsorbent polymer. His Ultimate tensile strength research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cracking, Fracture mechanics, Digital image correlation, Elastic modulus and Stiffness.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Cementitious, Asphalt, Ultimate tensile strength and Cement. His work on Microstructure and Compressive strength as part of general Composite material study is frequently linked to Lattice, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Microstructure research includes elements of Void, Bond strength and Nozzle.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Plastics extrusion, Extrusion and Nanoindenter in addition to Cementitious. Erik Schlangen focuses mostly in the field of Asphalt, narrowing it down to topics relating to Steel wool and, in certain cases, Metal and Thermal conductivity. Within one scientific family, Erik Schlangen focuses on topics pertaining to Elastic modulus under Cement, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Micromechanics.
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Application of bacteria as self-healing agent for the development of sustainable concrete
Henk M. Jonkers;Arjan Thijssen;Gerard Muyzer;Oguzhan Copuroglu.
Ecological Engineering (2010)
FRACTURE SIMULATIONS OF CONCRETE USING LATTICE MODELS : COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS
E. Schlangen;E.J. Garboczi.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (1997)
Simple lattice model for numerical simulation of fracture of concrete materials and structures
E. Schlangen;J. G. M. van Mier.
Materials and Structures (1992)
Experimental and numerical analysis of micromechanisms of fracture of cement-based composites
E. Schlangen;J.G.M. van Mier.
Cement & Concrete Composites (1992)
Self-healing behavior of strain hardening cementitious composites incorporating local waste materials
S. Qian;J. Zhou;M.R. de Rooij;E. Schlangen.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2009)
Electrical conductivity of asphalt mortar containing conductive fibers and fillers
Álvaro García;Erik Schlangen;Martin van de Ven;Quantao Liu.
Construction and Building Materials (2009)
Bacteria-based self-healing concrete to increase liquid tightness of cracks
Eirini Tziviloglou;Virginie Wiktor;Henk Jonkers;Erik Schlangen.
Construction and Building Materials (2016)
Induction heating of electrically conductive porous asphalt concrete
Quantao Liu;Erik Schlangen;Álvaro García;Martin van de Ven.
Construction and Building Materials (2010)
New method for simulating fracture using an elastically uniform random geometry lattice
E. Schlangen;E.J. Garboczi.
International Journal of Engineering Science (1996)
Self-healing in cementitious materials: Materials, methods and service conditions
Haoliang Huang;Haoliang Huang;Guang Ye;Guang Ye;Chunxiang Qian;Erik Schlangen.
Materials & Design (2016)
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