1999 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
James J. Beaudoin mainly focuses on Cement, Composite material, Portland cement, Mineralogy and Porosity. His research in Cement intersects with topics in Gypsum, Sulfate, Durability and Mortar. Composite material is frequently linked to Thermogravimetric analysis in his study.
His Portland cement research includes themes of Slag, Fly ash, Dielectric spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry and Young's modulus. His work carried out in the field of Mineralogy brings together such families of science as Sulfonic acid and Chemical engineering. His Porosity research incorporates elements of Compressive strength, Metallurgy and Cementitious.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Cement, Portland cement, Mineralogy and Porosity. His Cement research includes elements of Gypsum and Chemical engineering. James J. Beaudoin combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry, Chemical reaction and Calcium silicate hydrate with his study of Chemical engineering.
His Portland cement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tobermorite, Durability, Nucleation and Calcium hydroxide. James J. Beaudoin has included themes like Phase, Ionic bonding, Hydrate, Silicate and Calcium silicate in his Mineralogy study. His Porosity study incorporates themes from Indentation hardness, Cementitious, Analytical chemistry, Young's modulus and Modulus.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Calcium silicate hydrate, Cement, Portland cement and Chemical engineering. His study involves Creep, Cement paste and Cementitious, a branch of Composite material. The concepts of his Calcium silicate hydrate study are interwoven with issues in Durability, Nanocomposite, Nanostructure, Inorganic chemistry and Polyaniline.
His Cement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Young's modulus, Nanotechnology and Construction engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tobermorite, Dynamic mechanical analysis and Calcium silicate. The various areas that he examines in his Chemical engineering study include Ettringite and Mineralogy.
Chemical engineering, Cement, Portland cement, Calcium silicate and Mineralogy are his primary areas of study. His biological study deals with issues like Calcium silicate hydrate, which deal with fields such as Nanocomposite and Polymer. His research on Cement concerns the broader Composite material.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Slag, Thermogravimetric analysis and Nucleation in addition to Composite material. His Portland cement study often links to related topics such as Stoichiometry. His studies deal with areas such as Creep and Tobermorite as well as Calcium silicate.
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Handbook of Analytical Techniques in Concrete Science and Technology: Principles, Techniques and Applications
V. S. Ramachandran;James J. Beaudoin.
Cement and Concrete Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Laila Raki;James Beaudoin;Rouhollah Alizadeh;Jon Makar.
Electrical percolation phenomena in cement composites containing conductive fibres
Ping Xie;Ping Gu;J. J. Beaudoin.
Journal of Materials Science (1996)
Carbon Nanotubes and their Application in the Construction Industry
J.M. Makar;J.J. Beaudoin.
Interaction of chloride and CSH
J.J. Beaudoin;V.S. Ramachandran;R.F. Feldman.
Cement and Concrete Research (1990)
HANDBOOK OF FIBER-REINFORCED CONCRETE. PRINCIPLES, PROPERTIES, DEVELOPMENTS AND APPLICATIONS
James J. Beaudoin.
Effect of nano-CaCO3 on hydration of cement containing supplementary cementitious materials
T. Sato;J. J. Beaudoin.
Advances in Cement Research (2011)
Modeling chemical activity effects in strong ionic solutions
E. Samson;G. Lemaire;J. Marchand;J.J. Beaudoin.
Computational Materials Science (1999)
A.C. impedance spectroscopy (I): A new equivalent circuit model for hydrated portland cement paste
Ping Gu;Ping Xie;J.J. Beaudoin;R. Brousseau.
Cement and Concrete Research (1992)
Modeling ion and fluid transport in unsaturated cement systems in isothermal conditions
E Samson;J Marchand;Kenneth A. Snyder;J J. Beaudoin.
Cement and Concrete Research (2005)
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