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Mofreh Saleh
Mofreh Saleh
Professor of Civil Engineering
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Laboratory evaluation of warm mix asphalt incorporating high RAP proportion by using evotherm and sylvaroad additives
M Saleh
Construction and Building Materials 114, 580-587, 2016
872016
New Zealand experience with foam bitumen stabilization
MF Saleh
Transportation research record 1868 (1), 40-49, 2004
872004
Effect of rheology on the bitumen foamability and mechanical properties of foam bitumen stabilised mixes
MF Saleh
International Journal of Pavement Engineering 8 (2), 99-110, 2007
722007
Effects of specimen size and loading conditions on the fracture behaviour of asphalt concretes in the SCB test
HH Bui, M Saleh
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 242, 107452, 2021
712021
Effect of rejuvenator and mixing methods on behaviour of warm mix asphalt containing high RAP content
M Saleh, NHT Nguyen
Construction and Building Materials 197, 792-802, 2019
682019
Characterisation of foam bitumen quality and the mechanical properties of foam stabilised mixes
MF Saleh
University of Canterbury. Civil Engineering., 2006
402006
Effect of aggregate gradation, mineral fillers, bitumen grade, and source on mechanical properties of foamed bitumen–stabilized mixes
MF Saleh
Transportation research record 1952 (1), 90-100, 2006
392006
Long term effectiveness of anti-stripping agents
HF Haghshenas, A Khodaii, M Saleh
Construction and Building Materials 76, 307-312, 2015
382015
Mechanistic roughness model based on vehicle-pavement interaction
MF Saleh, MS Mamlouk, EB Owusu-Antwi
Transportation research record 1699 (1), 114-120, 2000
362000
Interconversion between viscoelastic functions using the Tikhonov regularisation method and its comparison with approximate techniques
M Ghorban Ebrahimi, M Saleh, MAM Gonzalez
Road materials and pavement design 15 (4), 820-840, 2014
352014
Simplified approach for structural capacity evaluation of flexible pavements at the network level
M Saleh
International Journal of Pavement Engineering 17 (5), 440-448, 2016
322016
A mechanistic empirical approach for the evaluation of the structural capacity and remaining service life of flexible pavements at the network level
M Saleh
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 43 (8), 749-758, 2016
322016
Evaluating nonlinear elastic models for unbound granular materials in accelerated testing facility
A Gonzalez, M Saleh, A Ali
Transportation Research Record 1990 (1), 141-149, 2007
302007
Three-dimensional nonlinear finite element model for simulating pavement response: study at Canterbury accelerated pavement testing indoor facility, New Zealand
MF Saleh, B Steven, D Alabaster
Transportation research record 1823 (1), 153-162, 2003
302003
Evaluation of warm mix asphalt performance incorporating high RAP content
XD Lu, M Saleh
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 43 (4), 343-350, 2016
292016
Experimental and numerical investigations of non-standardised semi-circular bending test for asphalt concrete mixtures
DX Lu, NHT Nguyen, M Saleh, HH Bui
International Journal of Pavement Engineering 22 (8), 960-972, 2021
242021
Utilisation of the deflectograph data to evaluate pavement structural condition of the highway network
M Saleh
Road Materials and Pavement Design 17 (1), 136-152, 2016
242016
Cost evaluation of foam bitumen and other stabilisation alternatives
MF Saleh
International Journal of pavement engineering 8 (2), 157-161, 2007
222007
Evaluation of fracture and fatigue cracking characterization ability of nonstandardized semicircular-bending test for asphalt concrete
DX Lu, M Saleh, NHT Nguyen
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 32 (8), 04020215, 2020
212020
Detailed experimental investigation for foamed bitumen stabilisation
M Saleh
Transfund New Zealand, 2004
212004
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