Joseph J Assaad


Dr Joseph Assaad received his Ph.D from Sherbrooke University, Canada, in Materials Science and Civil Engineering. His research interests include grinding aids and strength enhancers for clinker, reduction of CO2 emissions during cement production, chemical admixtures for specialty concrete such as SCC, UWC, RAC, HPC, LWC, RCC, etc., injection materials, rheology and thixotropy, formwork pressure, bond to reinforcing steel in concrete structures, use of waste materials (such as recycled aggregates, used engine oil, plastics, and latex paints) in concrete, repair systems, use of geotechnical equipment for testing fresh cement, composite cementitious systems containing polymers and specialty chemicals, polymerisation of polyvinyl alcohols and styrene butadiene polymers, epoxies for flooring, and hardened concrete properties and durability.

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