The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Cement, Geotechnical engineering, Durability and Pervious concrete. Composite material is a component of his Compressive strength, Fly ash, Mortar, Cementitious and Flexural strength studies. His Cement research incorporates themes from Rheology, Mechanical engineering, Penetration test, Isothermal titration calorimetry and Calorimetry.
His work deals with themes such as Gradation and Material properties, which intersect with Geotechnical engineering. His Pervious concrete research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Infiltration and Portland cement. His Permeability study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Crack closure, Fracture mechanics, Fissure and Service life.
Kejin Wang mainly investigates Composite material, Cement, Compressive strength, Portland cement and Geotechnical engineering. His studies in Fly ash, Cementitious, Mortar, Microstructure and Flexural strength are all subfields of Composite material research. His Cement study combines topics in areas such as Porosity, Rheology and Chemical engineering.
His Compressive strength research incorporates elements of Ultimate tensile strength and Shrinkage. His research in Portland cement intersects with topics in Waste management, Mineralogy and Masonry. The concepts of his Geotechnical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Material properties and Pervious concrete.
Kejin Wang spends much of his time researching Composite material, Compressive strength, Cement, Fly ash and Microstructure. His study in Cementitious composite, Ultimate tensile strength, Portland cement, Curing and Mechanical strength falls within the category of Composite material. Kejin Wang interconnects Flexural strength, Natural rubber, Ground granulated blast-furnace slag, Shrinkage and Composite number in the investigation of issues within Compressive strength.
His study in Cement focuses on Cementitious in particular. His research integrates issues of Nanoparticle, Cracking and Polyvinyl alcohol in his study of Fly ash. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Elastic modulus under Microstructure, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Sonication.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Compressive strength, Fly ash, Cement and Piezoresistive effect. His work carried out in the field of Compressive strength brings together such families of science as Portland cement, Natural rubber and Microstructure. His Portland cement research integrates issues from Casting, Residual strength, Mortar and Ground granulated blast-furnace slag.
Kejin Wang has included themes like Curing and Cracking in his Fly ash study. His study in Cement is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Calcium nitrite, Porosity and Particle size. In Piezoresistive effect, he works on issues like Composite number, which are connected to Rheology, Mechanical engineering, Matrix density, Conductor and Electrical conductor.
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Permeability study of cracked concrete
Kejin Wang;Daniel C. Jansen;Surendra P. Shah;Alan F. Karr.
Cement and Concrete Research (1997)
Interaction between Loading, Corrosion, and Serviceability of Reinforced Concrete
Sanchun Yoon;Kejin Wang;W. Jason Weiss;Surendra P. Shah.
Aci Materials Journal (2000)
Damaging effects of deicing chemicals on concrete materials
Kejin Wang;Daniel E. Nelsen;Wilfrid A. Nixon.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2006)
Effects of colloidal nanosilica on rheological and mechanical properties of fly ash–cement mortar
Peng Kun Hou;Peng Kun Hou;Shiho Kawashima;Ke Jin Wang;David J. Corr.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2013)
Effects of curing conditions on properties of concrete using slag replacement
Corina Maria Aldea;Francis Young;Kejin Wang;Surendra P. Shah.
Cement and Concrete Research (2000)
Plastic Shrinkage Cracking in Concrete Materials-Influence of Fly Ash and Fibers
Kejin Wang;Surendra P. Shah;Pariya Phuaksuk.
Aci Materials Journal (2001)
Effects of crushed clay brick aggregate on mortar durability
F. Bektas;K. Wang;H. Ceylan.
Construction and Building Materials (2009)
Effects of colloidal nanoSiO2 on fly ash hydration
Pengkun Hou;Pengkun Hou;Kejin Wang;Jueshi Qian;Shiho Kawashima.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2012)
Strength, fracture and fatigue of pervious concrete
Yu Chen;Yu Chen;Kejin Wang;Xuhao Wang;Wenfang Zhou.
Construction and Building Materials (2013)
A review on properties of fresh and hardened geopolymer mortar
Peng Zhang;Yuanxun Zheng;Kejin Wang;Jinping Zhang.
Composites Part B-engineering (2018)
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