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
562013
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
402015
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
402013
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
322018
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
322017
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
Greener self-compacting concrete using stainless steel reducing slag
YN Sheen, DH Le, TH Sun
Construction and Building Materials 82, 341-350, 2015
242015
Engineering properties of self-compacting concrete containing stainless steel slags
Y Sheen, LJ Huang, TH Sun, DH Le
Procedia engineering 142, 79-86, 2016
222016
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
132017
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
122018
An assessment of eco-friendly controlled low-strength material
DH Le, KH Nguyen
Procedia engineering 142, 260-267, 2016
112016
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
102014
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
102014
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
32014
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
22020
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
22018
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
22014
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