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Sulapha Peethamparan
Sulapha Peethamparan
Professor, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY 13676
Verified email at clarkson.edu
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Use of nano-silica to increase early strength and reduce setting time of concretes with high volumes of slag
MH Zhang, J Islam, S Peethamparan
Cement and Concrete Composites 34 (5), 650-662, 2012
3382012
Early hydration and setting of oil well cement
J Zhang, EA Weissinger, S Peethamparan, GW Scherer
Cement and Concrete research 40 (7), 1023-1033, 2010
2662010
Carbonation of concrete containing mineral admixtures
P Sulapha, SF Wong, TH Wee, S Swaddiwudhipong
Journal of materials in civil engineering 15 (2), 134-143, 2003
2602003
Structure and strength of NaOH activated concretes containing fly ash or GGBFS as the sole binder
D Ravikumar, S Peethamparan, N Neithalath
Cement and Concrete composites 32 (6), 399-410, 2010
2322010
Very early-age reaction kinetics and microstructural development in alkali-activated slag
BS Gebregziabiher, R Thomas, S Peethamparan
Cement and concrete composites 55, 91-102, 2015
2092015
Alkali-activated concrete: Engineering properties and stress–strain behavior
RJ Thomas, S Peethamparan
Construction and building materials 93, 49-56, 2015
1762015
Influence of chemical and physical characteristics of cement kiln dusts (CKDs) on their hydration behavior and potential suitability for soil stabilization
S Peethamparan, J Olek, J Lovell
Cement and concrete research 38 (6), 803-815, 2008
1432008
On drying shrinkage in alkali-activated concrete: Improving dimensional stability by aging or heat-curing
RJ Thomas, D Lezama, S Peethamparan
Cement and Concrete Research 91, 13-23, 2017
1372017
Temperature and activator effect on early-age reaction kinetics of alkali-activated slag binders
BS Gebregziabiher, RJ Thomas, S Peethamparan
Construction and Building Materials 113, 783-793, 2016
1302016
Autogenous shrinkage of alkali activated slag mortars: Basic mechanisms and mitigation methods
DB Kumarappa, S Peethamparan, M Ngami
Cement and Concrete Research 109, 1-9, 2018
1212018
Mechanism of stabilization of Na-montmorillonite clay with cement kiln dust
S Peethamparan, J Olek, S Diamond
Cement and Concrete research 39 (7), 580-589, 2009
1072009
Influence of starting material on the early age hydration kinetics, microstructure and composition of binding gel in alkali activated binder systems
E Deir, BS Gebregziabiher, S Peethamparan
Cement and Concrete Composites 48, 108-117, 2014
1022014
Study of the effectiveness of cement kiln dusts in stabilizing Na-Montmorillonite clay
S Peethamparan, J Olek
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 20 (2), 137-146, 2008
942008
Study of the effectiveness of cement kiln dusts in stabilizing Na-Montmorillonite clay
S Peethamparan, J Olek
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 20 (2), 137-146, 2008
942008
Alkali-activated slag cement concrete
RJ Thomas, H Ye, A Radlinska, S Peethamparan
Concr. Int 38 (1), 33-38, 2016
872016
Effect of pressure on early hydration of class H and white cement
GW Scherer, GP Funkhouser, S Peethamparan
Cement and Concrete Research 40 (6), 845-850, 2010
712010
Comparison of chloride permeability methods for Alkali-Activated concrete
RJ Thomas, E Ariyachandra, D Lezama, S Peethamparan
Construction and Building Materials 165, 104-111, 2018
612018
Evolution of strength, microstructure and mineralogical composition of a CKD–GGBFS binder
P Chaunsali, S Peethamparan
Cement and concrete research 41 (2), 197-208, 2011
532011
Micromechanical properties of alkali-activated slag cement binders
RJ Thomas, BS Gebregziabiher, A Giffin, S Peethamparan
Cement and Concrete Composites 90, 241-256, 2018
402018
Influence of the composition of cement kiln dust on its interaction with fly ash and slag
P Chaunsali, S Peethamparan
Cement and Concrete Research 54, 106-113, 2013
372013
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