Will Hansen
Will Hansen
Professor of Civil & Environmental, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Verified email at umich.edu
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Investigation of blended cement hydration by isothermal calorimetry and thermal analysis
I Pane, W Hansen
Cement and concrete research 35 (6), 1155-1164, 2005
5932005
Effects of heavy-vehicle characteristics on pavement response and performance
TD Gillespie
Transportation Research Board, 1993
2711993
Drying shrinkage mechanisms in Portland cement paste
W Hansen
Journal of the American Ceramic society 70 (5), 323-328, 1987
2031987
Pullout behavior of steel fibers from cement-based composites
MJ Shannag, R Brincker, W Hansen
Cement and Concrete Research 27 (6), 925-936, 1997
1961997
Micromechanical modeling of concrete response under static loading—part 1: model development and validation
AR Mohamed, W Hansen
Materials Journal 96 (2), 196-203, 1999
1411999
Volume relationships for CSH formation based on hydration stoichiometries
JF Young, W Hansen
MRS Online Proceedings Library Archive 85, 1986
1411986
Effect of nonlinear temperature gradient on curling stress in concrete pavements
AR Mohamed, W Hansen
Transportation Research Record 1568 (1), 65-71, 1997
1391997
Effects of silica powder and cement type on durability of ultra high performance concrete (UHPC)
M Alkaysi, S El-Tawil, Z Liu, W Hansen
Cement and Concrete Composites 66, 47-56, 2016
1232016
Concrete hydration and mechanical properties under nonisothermal conditions
I Pane, W Hansen
Materials Journal 99 (6), 534-542, 2002
1202002
Micromechanical modeling of crack-aggregate interaction in concrete materials
AR Mohamed, W Hansen
Cement and Concrete Composites 21 (5-6), 349-359, 1999
1041999
Pull-out work of steel fibers from cementitious composites: analytical investigation
JM Alwan, AE Naaman, W Hansen
Cement and Concrete Composites 13 (4), 247-255, 1991
1041991
Effect of specimen size and shape on drying shrinkage of concrete
JA Almudaiheem, W Hansen
Materials Journal 84 (2), 130-135, 1987
931987
Tensile strain hardening and multiple cracking in high-performance cement-based composites containing discontinuous fibers
P Tjiptobroto, W Hansen
Materials Journal 90 (1), 16-25, 1993
921993
Early age creep and stress relaxation of concrete containing blended cements
I Pane, W Hansen
Materials and structures 35 (2), 92-96, 2002
822002
Ultimate drying shrinkage of concrete--influence of major parameters
W Hansen, JA Almudaiheem
Materials Journal 84 (3), 217-223, 1987
751987
Effect of first drying upon the pore structure of hydrated alite paste
LJ Parrott, W Hansen, RL Berger
Cement and Concrete Research 10 (5), 647-655, 1980
661980
Tensile creep behavior of concrete subject to constant restraint at very early ages
Y Wei, W Hansen
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 25 (9), 1277-1284, 2013
652013
Freezing characteristics of air-entrained concrete in the presence of deicing salt
Z Liu, W Hansen
Cement and Concrete Research 74, 10-18, 2015
632015
Durability of fiber reinforced mortar
K Kosa, AE Naaman, W Hansen
Materials Journal 88 (3), 310-319, 1991
591991
Effect of hydrophobic surface treatment on freeze-thaw durability of concrete
Z Liu, W Hansen
Cement and Concrete Composites 69, 49-60, 2016
582016
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