Composite material, Cement, Cementitious, Porosity and Compressive strength are his primary areas of study. His Composite material study typically links adjacent topics like Chloride. His research in Cement intersects with topics in Flexural strength, Material properties, Curing time, Mineralogy and Composite number.
In his study, Environmental scanning electron microscope, Nanoindentation and Thermal analysis is inextricably linked to In situ polymerization, which falls within the broad field of Cementitious. His Porosity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Portland cement, Carbonate, Sodium carbonate, Microstructure and Diffusion. The various areas that Feng Xing examines in his Compressive strength study include Permeability, Thermal energy storage, Thermogravimetric analysis, Thermal stability and Aggregate.
Feng Xing mainly focuses on Composite material, Cement, Corrosion, Structural engineering and Compressive strength. Cementitious, Fibre-reinforced plastic, Microstructure, Aggregate and Mortar are the core of his Composite material study. His research investigates the connection with Cement and areas like Fly ash which intersect with concerns in Metallurgy.
His Corrosion study incorporates themes from Cracking, Reinforced concrete, Rebar, Steel bar and Chloride. His Chloride research includes themes of Ion and Carbonation. His Compressive strength research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Porosity, Portland cement and Durability.
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Microstructure, Chemical engineering, Compressive strength and Fly ash. His work on Composite material deals in particular with Carbonation, Cement, Brittleness, Cementitious composite and Stress. His study in Cement is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thermal analysis, Magnesium, Fire test and Perlite.
The various areas that Feng Xing examines in his Microstructure study include Absorption of water, Mortar and Scanning electron microscope. His research on Compressive strength also deals with topics like
Feng Xing mostly deals with Composite material, Cementitious, Epoxy, Chemical engineering and Aggregate. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Characterization and Magnesium. His Cementitious research integrates issues from Durability, Brittleness, Strain rate, Urea-formaldehyde and Cementitious composite.
Feng Xing works mostly in the field of Epoxy, limiting it down to topics relating to Matrix and, in certain cases, Cement. When carried out as part of a general Chemical engineering research project, his work on Nanocomposite, Graphene and Titanium dioxide is frequently linked to work in Ultraviolet and Rhodamine B, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Feng Xing usually deals with Aggregate and limits it to topics linked to Lead glass and Compressive strength, Slag, Geopolymer and Fly ash.
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Cementing mechanism of potassium phosphate based magnesium phosphate cement
Zhu Ding;Biqin Dong;Feng Xing;Ningxu Han.
Ceramics International (2012)
A critical review on research progress of graphene/cement based composites
Haibin Yang;Hongzhi Cui;Waiching Tang;Zongjin Li.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2017)
Utilization of macro encapsulated phase change materials for the development of thermal energy storage and structural lightweight aggregate concrete
Shazim Ali Memon;Shazim Ali Memon;H.Z. Cui;Hang Zhang;Feng Xing.
Applied Energy (2015)
Energy and economic analysis of building integrated with PCM in different cities of China
Xuming Mi;Ran Liu;Hongzhi Cui;Shazim Ali Memon.
Applied Energy (2016)
Experimental study on effects of CO2 concentrations on concrete carbonation and diffusion mechanisms
Hongzhi Cui;Waiching Tang;Wei Liu;Zhijun Dong.
Construction and Building Materials (2015)
Recent Advances in Intrinsic Self-Healing Cementitious Materials.
Wenting Li;Biqin Dong;Zhengxian Yang;Jing Xu.
Advanced Materials (2018)
Experimental assessment of position of macro encapsulated phase change material in concrete walls on indoor temperatures and humidity levels
Xian Shi;Shazim Ali Memon;Waiching Tang;Hongzhi Cui.
Energy and Buildings (2014)
Smart releasing behavior of a chemical self-healing microcapsule in the stimulated concrete pore solution
Biqin Dong;Yanshuai Wang;Guohao Fang;Ningxu Han.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2015)
Synthesis and characterization of a new polymeric microcapsule and feasibility investigation in self-healing cementitious materials
L. Lv;L. Lv;Z. Yang;G. Chen;G. Zhu.
Construction and Building Materials (2016)
Experimental Study on Cementitious Composites Embedded with Organic Microcapsules
Xianfeng Wang;Feng Xing;Ming Zhang;Ningxu Han.
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