Publicacións (122)


  1. Analysis of the deformational behavior of a clayey foundation soil stabilized with ladle furnace slag (LFS) using a finite element software

    Materials Today: Proceedings

  2. Behavior of EAF Concrete Under Cyclic Axial Loading

    Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering

  3. Educating Future Agricultural Engineers at the University of Burgos, Spain, through a Service-Learning Project on Rural Depopulation and Its Social Consequences

    Education Sciences, Vol. 13, Núm. 3

  4. Multi-parametric flowability classification of self-compacting concrete containing sustainable raw materials: An approach to real applications

    Journal of Building Engineering, Vol. 63

  5. Performance of Fiber-Reinforced Sustainable Concretes Manufactured with Aggregate and Binder from Steelmaking Slag

    Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering

  6. Quantification and characterization of the microstructural damage of recycled aggregate self-compacting concrete under cyclic temperature changes

    Materials Letters, Vol. 333

  7. Raw-crushed wind-turbine blade: Waste characterization and suitability for use in concrete production

    Resources, Conservation and Recycling, Vol. 198

  8. Recovery of steel slag as a raw material in cement-based mixes: usefulness as aggregate and binder

    Managing Mining and Minerals Processing Wastes: Concepts, Design, and Applications (Elsevier), pp. 209-233

  9. Shear transfer in fly ash-concrete with electric arc furnace aggregates

    Magazine of Concrete Research

  10. Strength performance of low-bearing-capacity clayey soils stabilized with ladle furnace slag

    Environmental Science and Pollution Research

  11. Student-teacher out-of-class communication on engineering courses during the COVID-19 pandemic: from face-to-face to videocalls

    Interactive Learning Environments

  12. Utility of Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity for Estimating the Overall Mechanical Behavior of Recycled Aggregate Self-Compacting Concrete

    Applied Sciences (Switzerland), Vol. 13, Núm. 2