Duc-Hien Le (黎德顯)
Duc-Hien Le (黎德顯)
Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Verified email at tdtu.edu.vn
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Assessment on the engineering properties of ready-mixed concrete using recycled aggregates
YN Sheen, HY Wang, YP Juang, DH Le
Construction and Building Materials 45, 298-305, 2013
612013
Innovative usages of stainless steel slags in developing self-compacting concrete
YN Sheen, DH Le, TH Sun
Construction and Building Materials 101, 268-276, 2015
462015
Compressive strength and durability properties of roller-compacted concrete pavement containing electric arc furnace slag aggregate and fly ash
MNT Lam, DH Le, S Jaritngam
Construction and Building Materials 191, 912-922, 2018
402018
Engineering properties of soil-based controlled low-strength materials as slag partially substitutes to Portland cement
YN Sheen, LH Zhang, DH Le
Construction and Building Materials 48, 822-829, 2013
392013
Roller-compacted concrete pavement made of Electric Arc Furnace slag aggregate: Mix design and mechanical properties
MNT Lam, S Jaritngam, DH Le
Construction and Building Materials 154, 482-495, 2017
362017
Experimental study and strength formulation of soil-based controlled low-strength material containing stainless steel reducing slag
YN Sheen, LJ Huang, HY Wang, DH Le
Construction and Building Materials 54, 1-9, 2014
292014
Fresh and hardened properties of self-compacting concrete with sugarcane bagasse ash–slag blended cement
DH Le, YN Sheen, MNT Lam
Construction and Building Materials 185, 138-147, 2018
272018
Greener self-compacting concrete using stainless steel reducing slag
YN Sheen, DH Le, TH Sun
Construction and Building Materials 82, 341-350, 2015
262015
Engineering properties of self-compacting concrete containing stainless steel slags
Y Sheen, LJ Huang, TH Sun, DH Le
Procedia engineering 142, 79-86, 2016
242016
An assessment on volume stabilization of mortar with stainless steel slag sand
DH Le, YN Sheen, QB Bui
Construction and Building Materials 155, 200-208, 2017
182017
Engineering properties of controlled low-strength material made with residual soil and Class F fly ash
YN Sheen, LJ Huang, DH Le
Applied Mechanics and Materials 597, 345-348, 2014
142014
On the multiple linear regression and artificial neural networks for strength prediction of soil-based controlled low-strength material
LJ Huang, YN Sheen, DH Le
Applied Mechanics and Materials 597, 349-352, 2014
142014
An assessment of eco-friendly controlled low-strength material
DH Le, KH Nguyen
Procedia engineering 142, 260-267, 2016
122016
Mechanical and durability properties of recycled aggregate concrete with ternary binder system and optimized mix proportion
OE Babalola, PO Awoyera, MT Tran, DH Le, OB Olalusi, A Viloria, ...
Journal of Materials Research and Technology 9 (3), 6521-6532, 2020
92020
Predicting strength development of RMSM using ultrasonic pulse velocity and artificial neural network
NY Sheen, JL Huang, HD Le
Computers and Concrete 12 (6), 785-802, 2013
72013
EAF slag aggregate in roller-compacted concrete pavement: Effects of delay in compaction
MNT Lam, S Jaritngam, DH Le
Sustainability 10 (4), 1122, 2018
62018
Stressstrain behavior of soil-based controlled low-strength material
YN Sheen, DH Hsiao, LJ Huang, DH Le
the International Conference on Green Technology for Sustainable Development …, 2014
52014
Numerical Analysis of Excavation Backfilled with Soil-based Controlled Low-Strength Materials: Part II-Steady State Elastodynamic Analysis
LJ Huang, YN Sheen, DH Le
International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 2014
52014
Numerical Analysis of Excavation Backfilled with Soil-based Controlled Low-Strength Materials: Part I-Static Analysis
LJ Huang, YN Sheen, DH Hsiao, DH Le
IJETAE 4 (12), 132-139, 2014
42014
A Study on mixing proportion of roller-compacted concrete pavement made of EAF slag aggregate and fly ash by using Taguchi Method
MNT Lam, S Jaritngam, DH Le
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 171 (1), 012048, 2018
32018
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