Mamadou Fall mainly investigates Geotechnical engineering, Cement, Tailings, Metallurgy and Curing. His Geotechnical engineering research integrates issues from Hydraulic conductivity, Coastal erosion, Erosion and Rheology. His work carried out in the field of Hydraulic conductivity brings together such families of science as Shrinkage, Durability, Pore water pressure and Permeability.
His Cement study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fineness and Microstructure. His work is dedicated to discovering how Tailings, Hardening are connected with Waste material, Composite number and Structural element and other disciplines. Mamadou Fall studies Curing time which is a part of Curing.
Geotechnical engineering, Tailings, Cement, Composite material and Curing are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Geotechnical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Hydraulic conductivity, Multiphysics and Thermal conductivity. In his research, Viscosity is intimately related to Rheology, which falls under the overarching field of Tailings.
Mamadou Fall combines subjects such as Shear, Porosity, Microstructure and Sodium silicate with his study of Cement. His Curing study incorporates themes from Cementitious and Material properties. His Compressive strength research includes themes of Cement paste and Deformation.
Mamadou Fall spends much of his time researching Composite material, Geotechnical engineering, Cement, Tailings and Rheology. His Geotechnical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Shear and Soil water. The various areas that he examines in his Cement study include Multiphysics, Arsenic, Computer simulation and Leaching.
His Tailings research is included under the broader classification of Metallurgy. His Rheology research incorporates themes from Slag, Ground granulated blast-furnace slag, Viscosity and Nano-. Mamadou Fall usually deals with Rock mass classification and limits it to topics linked to Drainage and Curing and Effective stress.
Mamadou Fall focuses on Rheology, Composite material, Cement, Curing and Metallurgy. His research on Rheology also deals with topics like
His Curing research includes elements of Leaching, Effective stress, Microstructure and Drainage. His research in Metallurgy intersects with topics in Waste disposal and Scanning electron microscope. His study with Consolidation involves better knowledge in Geotechnical engineering.
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A contribution to understanding the hardening process of cemented pastefill
M. Benzaazoua;M. Fall;T. Belem.
Minerals Engineering (2004)
Experimental characterization of the influence of tailings fineness and density on the quality of cemented paste backfill
M. Fall;M. Benzaazoua;S. Ouellet.
Minerals Engineering (2005)
A contribution to understanding the effects of curing temperature on the mechanical properties of mine cemented tailings backfill
M. Fall;J.C. Célestin;M. Pokharel;M. Touré.
Engineering Geology (2010)
Mix proportioning of underground cemented tailings backfill
M. Fall;M. Benzaazoua;E.G. Saa.
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology (2008)
Coupled effects of sulphate and temperature on the strength development of cemented tailings backfills: Portland cement-paste backfill
Mamadou Fall;Mukesh Pokharel.
Cement & Concrete Composites (2010)
Modeling the effect of sulphate on strength development of paste backfill and binder mixture optimization
M. Fall;M. Benzaazoua.
Cement and Concrete Research (2005)
A multi-method approach to study the stability of natural slopes and landslide susceptibility mapping
M. Fall;R. Azzam;C. Noubactep.
Engineering Geology (2006)
Saturated hydraulic conductivity of cemented paste backfill
M. Fall;D. Adrien;J.C. Célestin;M. Pokharel.
Minerals Engineering (2009)
Experimental characterization of the stress–strain behaviour of cemented paste backfill in compression
Mamadou Fall;T. Belem;S. Samb;M. Benzaazoua.
Journal of Materials Science (2007)
Coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical–chemical behaviour of cemented paste backfill in column experiments. Part I: Physical, hydraulic and thermal processes and characteristics
Alireza Ghirian;Mamadou Fall.
Engineering Geology (2013)
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