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Chairlady: Prof. Yao Yan
Secretary: Prof. Wang Ling
Phone: 86-10-51167489
Fax: 86-10-51167954
E-mail: 626043162@qq.com; wangling@cbmamail.com.cn
Address: China Building Materials Academy, Guanzhuang Dongli 1#, Chaoyang District, Beijing100024, China.
 
Prof. Wenhui Duan

 

Last name
Duan
Title
Associate Professor and
ARC Future Fellow
First name
Wenhui
Tel.
61-3-99054958
Country
Australia
E-mail
wenhui.duan@monash.edu
Organization
Monash University
Address
Department of Civil Engineering, 23 College Walk, Monash University Victoria 3800, Australia
Brief Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Duan graduated from Tianjin University (China) in Engineering Mechanics with a B.Eng. and M.Eng. in 1997 and 2002, respectively. He received his Ph.D. from the National University of Singapore (Singapore) in Civil Engineering in April 2006. From 1997 to 1999, he worked in the field of assessment and rehabilitation of bridges and roads as well as assessment of pile foundation as a structural engineer in Tianjin Municipal and Highway Research Institute, China. Starting from February 2006, he worked as a post-doctoral fellow in Singapore and Canada. He joined Monash University as a Lecturer (Academic Level B) in November 2008 and was promoted to a Senior Lecturer in January 2013. Subsequently, Dr Duan was awarded an ARC Future Fellow of Civil Engineering at Monash University in February 2013. Dr Duan was promoted to Associate Professor in October 2014.
Research interests related to the TDC
 
 
Research interests are in the areas of cementitious nanocomposites and durability mechanism. 
 
Relevant Publications
 
1. SJ Chen, WH Duan, ZJ Li, TB Sui, New approach for characterisation of mechanical properties of cement paste at micrometre scale, Materials & Design 87, 992-995, 2015
2. A Mohammed, JG Sanjayan, WH Duan, A Nazari, Incorporating graphene oxide in cement composites: A study of transport properties Construction and Building Materials 84, 341-347 2015
3. W Li, Z Huang, T Zu, C Shi, WH Duan, SP Shah, Influence of Nanolimestone on the Hydration, Mechanical Strength, and Autogenous Shrinkage of Ultrahigh-Performance Concrete, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, ASCE, 04015068, 2015
4. B Zou, SJ Chen, AH Korayem, F Collins, CM Wang, WH Duan, Effect of ultrasonication energy on engineering properties of carbon nanotube reinforced cement pastes, Carbon, 2015, 85, 212-220
5. Z Pan, L He, L Qiu, AH Korayem, G Li, JW Zhu, F Collins, D Li, WH Duan, Mechanical properties and microstructure of a graphene oxide-cement composite, Cement and Concrete Composites, 2015, 58,140-147
6. S Chuah, Z Pan, JG Sanjayan, CM Wang, WH Duan, Nano reinforced cement and concrete composites and new perspective from graphene oxide, Construction and Building Materials 2014 73, 113-124
7. Z Li, Z Pan, Y Liu, L He, WH Duan, F Collins, J Sanjayan, Effects of mineral admixtures and lime on disintegration of alkali-activated slag exposed to 50° C, Construction and Building Materials, 2014 70, 254-261
8. K Gong, Z Pan, AH Korayem, L Qiu, D Li, F Collins, CM Wang, WH Duan, Reinforcing Effects of Graphene Oxide on Portland Cement Paste, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, ASCE, 2014