Publicacións (111)




  2. Recycled Self-Compacting Concrete: Mechanical Behavior and Durability

    American Concrete Institute, ACI Special Publication

  3. Compressive-Strength Evaluation of Recycled Aggregate Self-compacting Concrete Through Hammer Rebound Index

    Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering

  4. Research on Sustainable Bituminous Mixture for Permeable Wearing Layers in Road Pavements

    Key Engineering Materials (Trans Tech Publications Ltd), pp. 149-154

  5. Using recycled aggregate concrete at a precast-concrete plant: A multi-criteria company-oriented feasibility study

    Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 373

  6. Teaching lessons learnt by civil-engineering teachers from the COVID-19 pandemic at the University of Burgos, Spain

    PLoS ONE, Vol. 17, Núm. 12 December

  7. Simultaneous addition of slag binder, recycled concrete aggregate and sustainable powders to self-compacting concrete: a synergistic mechanical-property approach

    Journal of Materials Research and Technology, Vol. 18, pp. 1886-1908

  8. Shear strength assessment of reinforced concrete components containing EAF steel slag aggregates

    Journal of Building Engineering, Vol. 46

  9. Self-compacting concrete with recycled concrete aggregate subjected to alternating-sign temperature variations: Thermal strain and damage

    Case Studies in Construction Materials, Vol. 17

  10. Non-destructive density-corrected estimation of the elastic modulus of slag-cement self-compacting concrete containing recycled aggregate

    Developments in the Built Environment, Vol. 12

  11. Microstructure and Dimensional Stability of Slag-Based High-Workability Concrete with Steelmaking Slag Aggregate and Fibers

    Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, Vol. 34, Núm. 9

  12. Mechanical performance and autogenous and drying shrinkage of MgO-based recycled aggregate high-performance concrete

    Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 314

  13. Hammer rebound index as an overall-mechanical-quality indicator of self-compacting concrete containing recycled concrete aggregate

    Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 347

  14. Elastic stiffness estimation of aggregate–ITZ system of concrete through matrix porosity and volumetric considerations: explanation and exemplification

    Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Vol. 22, Núm. 2

  15. Effects of fiber material in concrete manufactured with electric arc furnace slag: Experimental and numerical study

    Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 316

  16. Deformational behavior of self-compacting concrete containing recycled aggregate, slag cement and green powders under compression and bending: Description and prediction adjustment

    Journal of Building Engineering, Vol. 54

  17. Bituminous pavement overlay of a porous asphalt mixture with ladle furnace slag: a pilot project.

    Road Materials and Pavement Design