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Shazim Ali Memon
Shazim Ali Memon
Department of Civil Engineering, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
Verified email at nu.edu.kz
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Phase change materials integrated in building walls: A state of the art review
SA Memon
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 31, 870-906, 2014
6172014
Nondestructive test methods for concrete bridges: A review
SKU Rehman, Z Ibrahim, SA Memon, M Jameel
Construction and building materials 107, 58-86, 2016
3472016
Production of low cost self compacting concrete using bagasse ash
T Akram, SA Memon, H Obaid
Construction and Building Materials 23 (2), 703-712, 2009
2232009
Microstructure and reactivity of rich husk ash
W Xu, TY Lo, SA Memon
Construction and Building Materials 29, 541-547, 2012
1982012
Utilization of rice husk ash as viscosity modifying agent in self compacting concrete
SA Memon, MA Shaikh, H Akbar
Construction and building materials 25 (2), 1044-1048, 2011
1982011
Utilization of macro encapsulated phase change materials for the development of thermal energy storage and structural lightweight aggregate concrete
SA Memon, HZ Cui, H Zhang, F Xing
Applied Energy 139, 43-55, 2015
1842015
Effect of lightweight aggregates on the mechanical properties and brittleness of lightweight aggregate concrete
HZ Cui, TY Lo, SA Memon, W Xu
Construction and Building materials 35, 149-158, 2012
1832012
Energy and economic analysis of building integrated with PCM in different cities of China
X Mi, R Liu, H Cui, SA Memon, F Xing, Y Lo
Applied Energy 175, 324-336, 2016
1672016
Experimental assessment of position of macro encapsulated phase change material in concrete walls on indoor temperatures and humidity levels
X Shi, SA Memon, W Tang, H Cui, F Xing
Energy and buildings 71, 80-87, 2014
1512014
Preparation, characterization and thermal properties of Lauryl alcohol/Kaolin as novel form-stable composite phase change material for thermal energy storage in buildings
SA Memon, TY Lo, X Shi, S Barbhuiya, H Cui
Applied thermal engineering 59 (1-2), 336-347, 2013
1372013
The performance of fly ash and metakaolin concrete at elevated temperatures
A Nadeem, SA Memon, TY Lo
Construction and Building Materials 62, 67-76, 2014
1362014
Utilization of Pakistani bentonite as partial replacement of cement in concrete
SA Memon, R Arsalan, S Khan, TY Lo
Construction and building materials 30, 237-242, 2012
1222012
Microstructure, hydration and nanomechanical properties of concrete containing metakaolin
S Barbhuiya, PL Chow, S Memon
Construction and Building Materials 95, 696-702, 2015
1202015
Development of structural–functional integrated concrete with macro-encapsulated PCM for thermal energy storage
SA Memon, H Cui, TY Lo, Q Li
Applied energy 150, 245-257, 2015
1162015
Recycling of carbon fibers from carbon fiber reinforced polymer using electrochemical method
H Sun, G Guo, SA Memon, W Xu, Q Zhang, JH Zhu, F Xing
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 78, 10-17, 2015
1112015
Development, mechanical properties and numerical simulation of macro encapsulated thermal energy storage concrete
H Cui, SA Memon, R Liu
Energy and buildings 96, 162-174, 2015
1102015
Manufacturing of sintered lightweight aggregate using high-carbon fly ash and its effect on the mechanical properties and microstructure of concrete
TY Lo, H Cui, SA Memon, T Noguchi
Journal of Cleaner Production 112, 753-762, 2016
952016
Effect of rice husk ash fineness on porosity and hydration reaction of blended cement paste
W Xu, YT Lo, D Ouyang, SA Memon, F Xing, W Wang, X Yuan
Construction and Building Materials 89, 90-101, 2015
952015
Mechanical performance, durability, qualitative and quantitative analysis of microstructure of fly ash and Metakaolin mortar at elevated temperatures
A Nadeem, SA Memon, TY Lo
Construction and Building Materials 38, 338-347, 2013
942013
Compressive strength of fly-ash-based geopolymer concrete by gene expression programming and random forest
MA Khan, SA Memon, F Farooq, MF Javed, F Aslam, R Alyousef
Advances in Civil Engineering 2021, 1-17, 2021
892021
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