His primary areas of study are Composite material, Fibre-reinforced plastic, Structural engineering, Compressive strength and Durability. Elastic modulus, Stiffness, Ultimate tensile strength, Cracking and Mortar are subfields of Composite material in which his conducts study. His Fibre-reinforced plastic research incorporates themes from Slip, Adhesive and Aramid.
His research integrates issues of Brittleness and Material properties in his study of Structural engineering. His Compressive strength research includes themes of Portland cement, Metallurgy, Microstructure and Cement. His Durability study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Aggregate, Water repellent and Absorption of water.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Structural engineering, Fibre-reinforced plastic, Compressive strength and Ultimate tensile strength. Jian-Guo Dai merges Composite material with Bond in his research. His research brings together the fields of Fire resistance and Structural engineering.
Jian-Guo Dai has included themes like Slip, Seismic retrofit, Adhesive and Stiffness in his Fibre-reinforced plastic study. His Compressive strength study combines topics in areas such as Microstructure, Fly ash, Chemical engineering and Cement. In the subject of general Ultimate tensile strength, his work in Engineered cementitious composite and Cementitious composite is often linked to Seawater, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Geopolymer, Fibre-reinforced plastic, Compressive strength and Structural engineering. Jian-Guo Dai undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Composite material and Seawater through his works. The concepts of his Geopolymer study are interwoven with issues in Portland cement, Curing, Mortar, Asphalt and Chemical engineering.
His studies in Fibre-reinforced plastic integrate themes in fields like Precast concrete and Stiffness. His Compressive strength research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Magnesium phosphate, Fly ash and Softening. Jian-Guo Dai combines subjects such as Silane and Service life with his study of Structural engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Compressive strength, Geopolymer, Chemical engineering and Ultimate tensile strength. He regularly links together related areas like Cable gland in his Composite material studies. The Compressive strength study combines topics in areas such as Porosity, Seismic retrofit, Stiffness and Mortar.
Jian-Guo Dai works mostly in the field of Geopolymer, limiting it down to topics relating to Curing and, in certain cases, Portland cement, Microstructure and Shrinkage. His work in the fields of Ultimate tensile strength, such as Engineered cementitious composite, overlaps with other areas such as Seawater. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hardening, Precast concrete, Softening and Cement in addition to Fibre-reinforced plastic.
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Development of the Nonlinear Bond Stress-Slip Model of Fiber Reinforced Plastics Sheet-Concrete Interfaces with a Simple Method
Jianguo Dai;Tamon Ueda;Yasuhiko Sato.
Journal of Composites for Construction (2005)
Development of ultra-high performance engineered cementitious composites using polyethylene (PE) fibers
Ke Quan Yu;Ke Quan Yu;Jiang Tao Yu;Jian Guo Dai;Zhou Dao Lu.
Construction and Building Materials (2018)
Behavior and Modeling of Concrete Confined with FRP Composites of Large Deformability
Jianguo Dai;Yu Lei Bai;Jinguang Teng.
Journal of Composites for Construction (2011)
Influence of silane-based water repellent on the durability properties of recycled aggregate concrete
Ya Guang Zhu;Ya Guang Zhu;Shi Cong Kou;Chi Sun Poon;Jianguo Dai.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2013)
Water repellent surface impregnation for extension of service life of reinforced concrete structures in marine environments: The role of cracks
Jian-Guo Dai;Y. Akira;F.H. Wittmann;H. Yokota.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2010)
Mechanical properties of alkali-activated concrete: A state-of-the-art review
Yao Ding;Jian-Guo Dai;Cai-Jun Shi.
Construction and Building Materials (2016)
Unified Analytical Approaches for Determining Shear Bond Characteristics of FRP-Concrete Interfaces through Pullout Tests
Jianguo Dai;Tamon Ueda;Yasuhiko Sato.
Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology (2006)
Effects of nano-TiO2 on strength, shrinkage and microstructure of alkali activated slag pastes
L.Y. Yang;Z.J. Jia;Y.M. Zhang;J.G. Dai.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2015)
Low-carbon and low-alkalinity stabilization/solidification of high-Pb contaminated soil
Lei Wang;Kequan Yu;Kequan Yu;Jiang-Shan Li;Daniel C.W. Tsang.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2018)
Bond-Slip Model for FRP Laminates Externally Bonded to Concrete at Elevated Temperature
Jianguo Dai;W. Y. Gao;Jinguang Teng.
Journal of Composites for Construction (2013)
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