Victor C. Li performs multidisciplinary study on Creep and Ductility (Earth science) in his works. He merges Ductility (Earth science) with Creep in his study. Borrowing concepts from Cement, he weaves in ideas under Cementitious. Victor C. Li undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Cement and Cementitious through his works. Borrowing concepts from Microstructure, he weaves in ideas under Toughness. While working on this project, Victor C. Li studies both Microstructure and Toughness. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Compressive strength and Ultimate tensile strength. Victor C. Li combines Ultimate tensile strength and Compressive strength in his research. His Composite material research extends to Composite number, which is thematically connected.
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Droplet Barcoding for Single-Cell Transcriptomics Applied to Embryonic Stem Cells
Allon M. Klein;Linas Mazutis;Linas Mazutis;Ilke Akartuna;Naren Tallapragada.
On Engineered Cementitious Composites (ECC)
Victor C. Li.
Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology (2003)
TENSILE STRAIN-HARDENING BEHAVIOR OF POLYVINYL ALCOHOL ENGINEERED CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITE (PVA-ECC)
Victor C. Li;Shuxin Wang;Cynthia Wu.
Aci Materials Journal (2001)
Steady-state and multiple cracking of short random fiber composites
Victor C. Li;Christopher K. Y. Leung.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics-asce (1992)
Interface tailoring for strain-hardening polyvinyl alcohol-engineered cementitious composite (PVA-ECC)
Victor C. Li;Cynthia Wu;Shuxin Wang;Atsuhisa Ogawa.
Aci Materials Journal (2002)
From micromechanics to structural engineering - the design of cementitious composites for civil engineering applications
Victor C. Li.
Structural Engineering / Earthquake Engineering (1993)
Engineered Cementitious Composites (ECC) - Tailored Composites Through Micromechanical Modeling
Victor C. Li.
Autogenous healing of engineered cementitious composites under wet–dry cycles
Yingzi Yang;Michael D. Lepech;En-Hua Yang;Victor C. Li.
Cement and Concrete Research (2009)
Use of High Volumes of Fly Ash to Improve ECC Mechanical Properties and Material Greenness
En-Hua Yang;Yingzi Yang;Victor C. Li.
Aci Materials Journal (2007)
Conditions for Pseudo Strain-Hardening in Fiber Reinforced Brittle Matrix Composites
Victor C. Li;Hwai-Chung Wu.
Applied Mechanics Reviews (1992)
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