Professor Dato' Ir. Dr. Mahyuddin Ramli, FASc
Professor Dato' Ir. Dr. Mahyuddin Ramli, FASc
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Influence of the amount of recycled coarse aggregate in concrete design and durability properties
WH Kwan, M Ramli, KJ Kam, MZ Sulieman
Construction and Building Materials 26 (1), 565-573, 2012
4332012
An overview on the influence of various factors on the properties of geopolymer concrete derived from industrial by-products
WK Part, M Ramli, CB Cheah
Construction and Building Materials 77, 370-395, 2015
3462015
The implementation of wood waste ash as a partial cement replacement material in the production of structural grade concrete and mortar: An overview
CB Cheah, M Ramli
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 55 (7), 669-685, 2011
2662011
Engineering properties of treated recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) for structural applications
S Ismail, M Ramli
Construction and Building Materials 44, 464-476, 2013
2192013
Effects of training and motivation practices on teamwork improvement and task efficiency: The case of construction firms
AA Tabassi, M Ramli, AHA Bakar
International journal of project management 30 (2), 213-224, 2012
1912012
Leadership competences of sustainable construction project managers
AA Tabassi, KM Roufechaei, M Ramli, AHA Bakar, R Ismail, AHK Pakir
Journal of cleaner production 124, 339-349, 2016
1272016
Mechanical strength and drying shrinkage properties of concrete containing treated coarse recycled concrete aggregates
S Ismail, M Ramli
Construction and Building Materials 68, 726-739, 2014
1252014
High strength characteristics of cement mortar reinforced with hybrid fibres
ET Dawood, M Ramli
Construction and building materials 25 (5), 2240-2247, 2011
1202011
Strength and durability of coconut-fiber-reinforced concrete in aggressive environments
M Ramli, WH Kwan, NF Abas
Construction and Building Materials 38, 554-566, 2013
1092013
Mechanical strength, durability and drying shrinkage of structural mortar containing HCWA as partial replacement of cement
CB Cheah, M Ramli
Construction and Building Materials 30, 320-329, 2012
992012
Effects of polymer modification on the permeability of cement mortars under different curing conditions: a correlational study that includes pore distributions, water …
M Ramli, AA Tabassi
Construction and Building Materials 28 (1), 561-570, 2012
952012
Mechanical properties of high strength flowing concrete with hybrid fibers
ET Dawood, M Ramli
Construction and Building Materials 28 (1), 193-200, 2012
912012
Development of high strength flowable mortar with hybrid fiber
ET Dawood, M Ramli
Construction and Building Materials 24 (6), 1043-1050, 2010
842010
Natural ventilation of indoor air temperature: A case study of the traditional Malay house in Penang
ASH andMahyuddin Ramli
Am. J. Engg. & Applied Sci 3 (3), 521-528, 2010
742010
Experimental production of sustainable lightweight foamed concrete
AO Richard, M Ramli
British Journal of Applied Science & Technology 3 (4), 994, 2013
662013
Porosity, pore structure and water absorption of polymer-modified mortars: An experimental study under different curing conditions
M Ramli, AA Tabassi, KW Hoe
Composites Part B: Engineering 55, 221-233, 2013
612013
Mechanical strength and durability properties of concrete containing treated recycled concrete aggregates under different curing conditions
S Ismail, WH Kwan, M Ramli
Construction and Building Materials 155, 296-306, 2017
552017
Contribution of hybrid fibers on the properties of high strength concrete having high workability
ET Dawood, M Ramli
Procedia Engineering 14, 814-820, 2011
532011
Ferrocement encased lightweight aerated concrete: a novel approach to produce sandwich composite
NA Memon, SR Sumadi, M Ramli
Materials Letters 61 (19-20), 4035-4038, 2007
532007
The use of high calcium wood ash in the preparation of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag and Pulverized Fly Ash geopolymers: A complete microstructural and mechanical …
CB Cheah, MH Samsudin, M Ramli, WK Part, LE Tan
Journal of Cleaner Production 156, 114-123, 2017
502017
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