Dr Sukanta Shill

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Research Fellow

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

School of Engineering

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Publications

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2021

Consequences of aircraft operating conditions at military airbases: degradation of ordinary mortar and resistance mechanism of acrylic and silica fume modified cement mortar

Sukanta Shill, Safat Al-Deen, Mahmud Ashraf, M Rashed, Wayne Hutchison

(2021), pp. 1-14, Road materials and pavement design, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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A comparative study on the performance of cementitious composites resilient to airfield conditions

Sukanta Shill, Safat Al-Deen, Mahmud Ashraf, Manjur Elahi, Mahbube Subhani, Wayne Hutchison

(2021), Vol. 282, Construction and Building Materials, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

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Experimental and numerical studies on the shear connectors in steel-concrete composite beams at fire and post fire exposures

Olivia Mirza, Sukanta Shill, M Rashed, Kathryn Wilkins

(2021), Vol. 39, pp. 529-542, Steel and composite structures: an international journal, Daejeon, The Republic of Korea, C1

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Mechanical and thermal properties of hybrid fibre-reinforced concrete exposed to recurrent high temperature and aviation oil

M Hossain, S Al-Deen, M Hassan, S Shill, M Kader, W Hutchison

(2021), Vol. 14, pp. 1-24, Materials, Basel, Switzerland, C1

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2020

Performance of amine cured epoxy and silica fume modified cement mortar under military airbase operating conditions

S Shill, S Al-Deen, M Ashraf, W Hutchison, M Hossain

(2020), Vol. 232, pp. 1-12, Construction and building materials, Netherlands, C1

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Resistance of fly ash based geopolymer mortar to both chemicals and high thermal cycles simultaneously

S Shill, S Al-Deen, M Ashraf, W Hutchison

(2020), Vol. 239, pp. 1-15, Construction and building materials, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Residual properties of conventional concrete repetitively exposed to high thermal shocks and hydrocarbon fluids

S Shill, S Al-Deen, M Ashraf, M Hossain

(2020), Vol. 252, pp. 1-10, Construction and building materials, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2019

Saponification and scaling in ordinary concrete exposed to hydrocarbon fluids and high temperature at military airbases

Sukanta Kumer Shill, Safat Al-Deen, Mahmud Ashraf

(2019), Vol. 215, pp. 765-776, Construction and building materials, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Performance of Precast Prestressed Steel-Concrete Composite Panels Under Static Loadings to Replace the Timber Transoms for Railway Bridge

O Mirza, S Shill, J Johnston

(2019), Vol. 19, pp. 30-40, Structures, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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2018

Concrete durability issues due to temperature effects and aviation oil spillage at military airbase - A comprehensive review

S Shill, S Al-Deen, M Ashraf

(2018), Vol. 160, pp. 240-251, Construction and Building Materials, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2017

Behaviour of retrofitted steel structures using cost effective retrofitting techniques

O Mirza, S Shill, F Mashiri, D Schroot

(2017), Vol. 131, pp. 38-50, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Thermal and chemical degradation of Portland cement concrete in the military airbase

S Shill, S Al-Deen, M Ashraf

(2017), pp. 43-50, CRIOCM 2017 : Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, Melbourne, Victoria, E1-1

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Durability Issues of Military Airfield Rigid Pavements due to Combined Influence of Chemical Oil Spills and Repeated Thermal Shocks from Jet Fighter Exhaust

Safat Al-Deen, B Duanne, S Shill, Mahmud Ashraf

(2017), pp. 1-9, Biennial National Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia & International Congress on Durability of Concrete. Combined Conference, Adelaide, South Australia, E1-1

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