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Kritsada Sisomphon
Kritsada Sisomphon
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Self-healing of surface cracks in mortars with expansive additive and crystalline additive
K Sisomphon, O Copuroglu, EAB Koenders
Cement and Concrete Composites 34 (4), 566-574, 2012
3642012
Carbonation rates of concretes containing high volume of pozzolanic materials
K Sisomphon, L Franke
Cement and Concrete Research 37 (12), 1647-1653, 2007
3462007
Effect of superplasticizers on workability retention and initial setting time of cement pastes
MH Zhang, K Sisomphon, TS Ng, DJ Sun
Construction and Building Materials 24 (9), 1700-1707, 2010
1842010
Effect of exposure conditions on self healing behavior of strain hardening cementitious composites incorporating various cementitious materials
K Sisomphon, O Copuroglu, EAB Koenders
Construction and Building Materials 42, 217-224, 2013
1682013
Application of encapsulated lightweight aggregate impregnated with sodium monofluorophosphate as a self-healing agent in blast furnace slag mortar
K Sisomphon, O Copuroglu, A Fraaij
Heron, 56 (1/2), 2011
672011
Thermal properties of lightweight concrete incorporating high contents of phase change materials
P Sukontasukkul, P Uthaichotirat, T Sangpet, K Sisomphon, M Newlands, ...
Construction and Building Materials 207, 431-439, 2019
522019
Self healing mortars by using different cementitious materials
K Sisomphon, O Copuroglu
International Conference on Advances in Construction Materials through …, 2011
362011
A new chemical method for analyzing free calcium hydroxide content in cementing material
L Franke, K Sisomphon
Cement and concrete Research 34 (7), 1161-1165, 2004
342004
Evaluation of calcium hydroxide contents in pozzolanic cement pastes by a chemical extraction method
K Sisomphon, L Franke
Construction and Building Materials 25 (1), 190-194, 2011
322011
Development of blast furnace slag mixtures against frost salt attack
K Sisomphon, O Copuroglu, ALA Fraaij
Cement and Concrete Composites 32 (8), 630-638, 2010
302010
Influence of pozzolanic material additions on the development of the alkalinity and the carbonation behaviour of composite cement pastes and concretes
K Sisomphon
Techn. Univ., Lehr-und Forschungsbereich Bauphysik und Werkstoffe im Bauwesen, 2004
202004
Carbonation of concrete in the tropical environment of Singapore
CT Tam, HB Lim, K Sisomphon
The IES Journal Part A: Civil & Structural Engineering 1 (2), 146-153, 2008
172008
Durability of blast-furnace slag mortars subjected to sodium monofluorophosphate application
K Sisomphon, O Çopuroğlu, ALA Fraaij
Construction and Building Materials 25 (2), 823-828, 2011
152011
A chemical analysis method for determining blast-furnace slag content in hardened concrete
K Sisomphon
Construction and Building Materials 23 (1), 54-61, 2009
152009
Some characteristics of a self healing mortar incorporating calcium sulfo-aluminate based agents
K Sisomphon, O Copuroglu
Advances in Concrete Structural Durability, 2nd International Conference on …, 2011
132011
Transport properties and frost scaling resistance of carbonated blast-furnace slag mortars after sodium monofluorophosphate treatment
K Sisomphon, O Copuroglu, ALA Fraay
Concrete Life 2009 Haifa Israel, Haifa, Israel, 138-145, 2009
112009
Surface crack self-healing behaviour of mortars with expansive additives
K Sisomphon, O Copuroglu, EAB Koenders
3rd International Conference on Self-healing Materials, Bath, UK, 44-45, 2011
102011
Effect of superplasticisers on adsorption, rate of cement hydration, and pore structure of cement pastes
DJ Sun, K Sisomphon, MH Zhang
Advances in cement research 21 (4), 159-167, 2009
102009
Uses of municipal solid waste ash as construction material
K Sisomphon, S Hongvinitkul, P Nimityongsakul, S Tangtermsirikul, ...
Proceedings of the 5th National Convention on Civil Engineering. Thailand 1, 1999
81999
Properties of carbonated blast furnace slag mortars after Na2FPO3 treatment
K Sisomphon, O Çopuroglu, ALA Fraay
ScienceAsia 2010 (36), 223-230, 2010
62010
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