Her primary areas of study are Aggregate, Waste management, Construction waste, Government and Reuse. Aggregate is a subfield of Composite material that Vivian W.Y. Tam investigates. She has researched Waste management in several fields, including Cement, Mixing, Demolition waste, Concrete recycling and Masonry.
The Construction waste study combines topics in areas such as Risk analysis and Waste generation. Her Reuse research includes elements of Cleaner production, Function, Process and Illegal dumping. Her Demolition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quality, Natural resource economics, Municipal solid waste and Scale.
Vivian W.Y. Tam mainly investigates Aggregate, Waste management, Composite material, Environmental economics and Construction waste. Her work in Aggregate tackles topics such as Compressive strength which are related to areas like Cement and Ultimate tensile strength. Her studies in Waste management integrate themes in fields like Demolition and Demolition waste.
Vivian W.Y. Tam works on Composite material which deals in particular with Durability. Her study ties her expertise on Environmental resource management together with the subject of Environmental economics. Vivian W.Y. Tam integrates many fields in her works, including Construction waste and Government.
Her primary areas of investigation include Aggregate, Composite material, Compressive strength, Demolition waste and Architectural engineering. Her Aggregate study combines topics in areas such as Carbonation, Waste management, Mortar and Absorption of water. Particularly relevant to Municipal solid waste is her body of work in Waste management.
Her work on Fly ash, Durability, Compressive load and Polymer as part of her general Composite material study is frequently connected to Expansive, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her study in Compressive strength is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ultimate tensile strength, Corrosion and Cement. The Demolition waste study which covers Environmental economics that intersects with Construction waste, Empirical research and Life-cycle assessment.
Vivian W.Y. Tam mainly focuses on Aggregate, Composite material, Compressive strength, Building information modeling and Life-cycle assessment. Vivian W.Y. Tam performs integrative Aggregate and Current research in her work. When carried out as part of a general Composite material research project, her work on Durability, Compressive load and Deformation is frequently linked to work in Expansive, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Her Compressive strength research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ultimate tensile strength, Fly ash, Absorption of water, Residual strength and Stiffness. She focuses mostly in the field of Environmental economics, narrowing it down to matters related to Unit and, in some cases, Demolition waste. Her Sulfate research incorporates themes from Waste management and Municipal solid waste.
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Microstructural analysis of recycled aggregate concrete produced from two-stage mixing approach
Vivian W. Y Tam;Xiufeng Gao;Chi M Tam.
Benefits and limitations of genome-wide association studies.
Vivian Tam;Nikunj Patel;Michelle Turcotte;Yohan Bossé.
A biodegradable polymer-based coating to control the performance of magnesium alloy orthopaedic implants
Hoi Man Wong;Kelvin W.K. Yeung;Kin On Lam;Vivian Tam.
Towards adoption of prefabrication in construction
Vivian W. Y Tam;Chi Ming Tam;Saixing Zeng;William C Ng.
A review on the viable technology for construction waste recycling
Vivian W. Y Tam;Chi Ming Tam.
Implementation of environmental management in the Hong Kong construction industry
L. Y. Shen;Vivian Wing Yan Tam.
Removal of cement mortar remains from recycled aggregate using pre-soaking approaches
Vivian Wing Yan Tam;C. M. Tam;Khoa Nguyen Le.
Project feasibility study: the key to successful implementation of sustainable and socially responsible construction management practice
Li-yin Shen;Vivian W.Y. Tam;Leona Tam;Ying-bo Ji.
Mapping approach for examining waste management on construction sites
L. Y. Shen;Vivian Wing Yan Tam;C. M. Tam;D. Drew.
Comparing the implementation of concrete recycling in the Australian and Japanese construction industries
Vivian W.Y. Tam.
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