Paulo J. M. Monteiro

BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY

Professor Paulo J. M. Monteiro

Department of Civil Engineering, University of California

721 Davis Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. (1985): Department of Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics (SESM), University of California at Berkeley.

Master of Science in Engineering (1981): Department of Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics (SESM), University of California at Berkeley.

Civil Engineer (1979): Escola Politecnica da Universidade de Sao Paulo.

 

POSITIONS HELD

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley (1994-present).

Faculty Scientist, Department of Materials, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (2008-present)

Group Head, Structural Engineering, Mechanics, and Materials (2002-6).

Vice-Chair, Technical Services, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley (1993-96).

Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley (1990-94).

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley (1987-90).

Consulting Engineer for the Grupo de Cimento Paraiso (1986).

Post Graduate Research Engineer (1985) Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.

Research Assistant (1980-85) at the Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.

 

Ph.D. THESIS

Microstructure of Concrete and its Influence on the Mechanical Properties.  University of California Berkeley, 1985.

 

AWARDS

Roy W. Carlson Distinguished Professor (2008-present), Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.

Honra ao Merito Award (2010) from IBRACON.

Guest Professor (2010) at Wuhan University of Technology

Premio Ari Torres (2005), highest award for concrete research given by the Brazilian Concrete Institute.

Brunauer Award (2004) from the American Ceramics Society.

Wason Medal for Materials Research, (2003) from the American Concrete Institute.

Livre Docente  (1993) from the University of São Paulo, Brazil.

Presidential Young Investigator (1989-94), National Science Foundation.

Roy W. Carlson Distinguished Professor (1987-88), Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.

Royal Norwegian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Fellowship (1992), Norway.

British Council Fellowship, Imperial College, University of London (1988-89).

Carlson-Polivka Fellowship (1985) given by the Department of Civil Engineering, U.C. Berkeley.

Willian & Helena Popert Fellowship (1984): given by the Department of Civil Engineering, U.C. Berkeley.

Rotary Foundation Fellowship (1980-1981) for MS degree at U.C. Berkeley.

 

RESEARCH POSITIONS

Invited Researcher at the Department of Materials Science, Imperial College (University of London) by the British Council (Summers 88, 89) to study alkali-aggregate reaction.

Post Graduate Research Engineer  (June to December 85)  with the following duties  and responsibilities:  (1) Conduct research on the microstructure of concrete.  (2) Study the microcracking and the composite nature of  mortar using acoustic wave measurements and mathematical  modeling.  (3) Study irreversible phenomena during the expansion of concrete.

Research Assistant (June 80 to June 85) at the  UCB Civil Engineering Department to research the following topics:  (1) Viscoelastic behavior of concrete,  (2) Cryogenic concrete,  (3) Microstructure and micromechanics of concrete.

University Paul Sabatier, France ( Winter 1982) to study the rock-cement paste interface.

Petrobras (Brazilian Petroleum Company, Summer 1982)  to develop API cement for oil well cementing  and to study concrete for off-shore platforms.

Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnologicas (Brazilian Research Institute, 1978-1980) to study cracking and failure of concrete.

 

RECENT CONSULTING WORK

Member of the Technical Board for Calera Co.

Chair of the Technical Board for CalStar cement (2007-2009)

APA/Chevron: Storage tanks

FURNAS Centrais Electricas: concrete large dams constructed using roller compacted concrete.

Irape Consortium: feasibility study of using pyrite in a large concrete dam

Morley Contractors: development of the concrete used in the Los Angeles Cathedral.

Caltrans: Litigation of the Paso Robles bridge.

ARPA: Modeling of the creep data for the concrete used in the new Bay Bridge.

Termite: for the production of two videos for the Discovery Channel (Roman Concrete and Troy).

 

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

American Concrete Institute (ACI)

Chi Epsilon

United States Committee on Large Dams (USCOLD)

 

MEMBER OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Cement and Concrete Research

Revista Ingenieria de Construccion

International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials

 

PRESENT Ph.D. STUDENTS

Sejung Rosie Chae: Soft x-ray imaging

Cagla Meral: Alkali-Silica Reaction (Prof. Ostertag, co-advisor)

Seyoon Yoon: Chloride Ingress in Concrete

Kamel Celik: Green Concrete

Pierre Itty: Synchrotron radiation to study concrete

Ju-hyuk Moon: High-Pressure Studies

Bae Sung Chul: Durability of Concrete

Craig Hagis: Green Cements

 

FORMER Ph.D. STUDENTS

1.  Jy-An Wang  (1987): "A Modified Direct Method for the Calculation of the Elastic Properties of Composite Materials"  (Prof. J. Lubliner, co-chairman).

2.  Vladimir A. Paulon  (1991):  “Microstruture of the Aggregate-Cement Paste Transition Zone” (at University of Sao Paulo).

3.  Vassilis P.  Panoskanis  (1992):  “Rate Effect in the Constitutive Modeling of Concrete and Geomaterials Including Plasticity and Damage” (Prof. Lubliner, co-chair).

4.  Virgilio A. Ghio  (1993):  “The Rheology of Fresh Concrete and Its Effect on the Shotcrete Process”.

5.  K. Shyu (1993):  “Nodal-based discontinuous Deformation Analysis”.

6.  C. T. Chang  (1994):  “Nonlinear Dynamic Discontinuous Deformation Analysis with Finite Element Meshed Block System”.

7.  Kamran Nemati (1994):  “Generation and Interaction of Compressive Stress-Induced Microcracks in Concrete”.

8.  Kejin Wang (1994): “Expansion-Related Concrete Deterioration:  Interaction  Between Microstructure,  Chemistry and Performance”.

9.  Monica Prezzi (1995):  “Analysis of the Mechanisms of Concrete Deterioration”.

10.  Denise Del Molin (1995):  High Strength Concrete (at University of Sao Paulo)

11.  David Trejo (1997): Microstructural design and electrochemical evaluation of Fe/2Si/0.1C dual-phase ferritic Martensitic steel for concrete reinforcement

12.  Kim Kurtis (1998), Transmission Soft X-ray Microscopy of the Alkali-Silica Reaction

13.  Chun-Liang Lin  (1999), Compressive Strength of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Composites, Prof. Hari Dharan, co-chair.

14. Beverly P. DiPaolo (2000), An experimental investigation on the axial crush of a thin-walled, stainless steel box component, Prof. Gronsky, co-chair.

15. David J. Corr (2001), A Microscopic Study of Ice Formation and Propagation in Concrete.

16. J. Zhang (2002):  Non invasive surface measurement of the corrosion impedance of rebar in concrete.

17. Hal Amick (2004), Concrete Damping Properties and Their Modifications, 2004.

18. Kome Shomglin (2004), Susceptibility of Deformed Granitic Rocks of the Santa Rosa Mylonite Zone to the Alkali Silica Reaction in Concrete, Prof. Rudy Wenk (co-advisor)

19. Nicole P. Hasparyk (2005), Investigation of concrete affected by the alkali-silica reaction, Prof. D. Dal Molin (co-advisor), University Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

20. Ana Paula Kirchheim (2008), Characterization of the hydration of cubic and orthorhombic tricalcium aluminate, Prof. D. Dal Molin (co-advisor), University Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

21. Cruz Carlos (2008), Microscopic Observations of Internal Frost Damage and Salt Scaling

22. Fariborz Vossoughi (2008), Assessing Impact Resistance of Concrete-Based Materials, Prof Ostertag (co-advisor).

23. Mauricio Mancio (2009), Electrochemical and in-situ Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopic (SERS) Study of Passive Films Formed on Low-Carbon Steel in Highly Alkaline Environments, Prof. Devine (co-advisor)

24. Jae-En Oh (2009),

 

RESEARCH WITH VISITING SCHOLARS AT BERKELEY

Juyoung Ha, 2008-current, Post-Doc, Spectromicroscopy

Mauricio Mancio, 2008-current, Post-Doc, Corrosion of Concrete

Sezen Soyer, 2010, PostDoc, Pair Distribution Functions

Jae-En Oh, 2009-2011, PostDoc, High pressure physics of crystals

Hailong Wang, 2009-current, Visiting Scholar, Durability of Concrete

Wei Shi, 2009-2010, Visiting Scholar, Geopolymers

Kamile Tosun, 2009-2010, Post-Doc, Durability of Concrete

Lawrie Skinner, 2009, Post-Doc, Pair Distribution Function

Yelena Shvets, 2007-2008, Post-Doc, Modeling of Porous Media

Se-Jin Choi, SAMPYO Corporation, Korea, 2007-2008, Geopolymers

Shiyun XIAO, Visiting Scholar, Dalian University (China), 2007, Micromechanics

Moh Boulfiza, University of Saskatchewan, 2007, Prediction models for concrete

Ssang-Sun Jun, Pusan National University, 2006-2008, Alkali-Silica Reaction.

Ichiro Kono (Toyota National College of Technology, 2005-2006) Durability of Concrete

Hakan Nuri Atahan (Visiting Scholar, University of Turkey, 2004-2005), Ice formation in concrete

Olivier Coussy (Miller Professor, Navier Institute, 2004), Cryosuction in concrete

Vladimir Paulon (Universidade de Campinas, 2004), Alkali-silica reaction

Ravindra Gettu (University of Catalonia, 2004), Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Jorge Crempion (University of Chile, 2004) Structural Engineering

Denise Silva (Post-doc, Federal University of St. Catarina 2003-04), polymers in concrete

T. Saeki (Post-doc, Nigata University), durability of concrete

Hong Rhim (Yonsei University, 2002-2003), NDE of concrete

Rogério de Oliveira Rodrigues, (UNESP University, 2001-02), Damage in Dams

Maria Garcia Junger (post-doc, 2001-02); X-ray microscopy

Kwang M. Lee, (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, 2001-02), Modeling of Concrete

Jaesuk Ryou, (Post-doc, 2000-02), Corrosion of Concrete

Nadia Segre (Post-doc, 2000-01), Surface chemistry

L. Turanli (Metu University, 1999-2000): ASR

J. Wang (National Central University, 1999-2000): modeling of concrete

O. Nielsen (Chalmers University, 1999): durability of concrete

H. Kwon (Yeungram University, Korea, 1999-2000): repair of concrete

Gordon Vrdoljak (Post-doc, 1998-99): atomic force microscope

S. Go  (Pukyong National University, South Korea):  ice propagation (1998-99)

T. Noguchi  (University of Tokyo):  high-strength concrete (1997-98)

Flavio Rodrigues (Post-doc, University of Campinas):  surface chemistry (1996-98)

H. Fujiwara (Nihon Cement Company): cement production (1997-98)

Young Su Kim  Korea:  non-destructive methods  (1995-97)

Kamran Nemati (Post-Doc, 1995-98):  high-strength concrete

Melanie Lutz (Presidential Post-Doctoral Fellow, UCB): micromechanics of concrete (1995-97)

Reinhard Piltner (VDI Dusseldorf,  Germany): finite element methods for fracture mechanics. (1992-95)

João Hanai  (University of São Carlos,  Brazil): durability of ferrocement.

Paulo Helene (Escola Politécnica of University of São Paulo,  Brazil): concrete mix proportioning. (1992-94)

Shingo Miyazawa (Hiroshima University, Japan):  autogenous volume change (1993-94)

Sung Hoo Kang (Dongshin University,  Korea): fracture mechanics of concrete. (1992)

Abla Zayed (University of South Florida,  Tampa): the aggregate-cement paste transition zone. (1989)

Karen Scrivener (Imperial College, London University): alkali-aggregate reaction. (1988)

 

RECENT SPONSORED RESEARCH

Green Concrete and Sustainable Construction: A Multi-scale Approach ($ 8 Million), 2008-2015, KAUST.

Identification of Reactive Aggregates Using Neutron Diffraction and Development of Methods to Reduce the Alkali-silica Reaction Expansion, (Wenk, co-PI), $220,000, NSF, 2006-2010.

Minimization of the Stresses Generated by ICE Formation in Concrete, (Wenk, co-PI), NSF, $355,601, 2003-06.

Donation from Concrete Damp ($25,000), 2005.

Expansive Cements U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation, CRDF, ($67,000 – 13,000 for Berkeley and 54,000 for the Armenian University), 2005-2007.

Fundamental and Applied Research on Corrosion of Reinforced Concrete, NSF and FHWA, $310,000, expiration 2004.

 

 

INVITED LECTURES (LAST 3 YEARS)

  • Nanotechnology of Concrete:   A Key Step in the Development of a Sustainable Construction Material, UCLA Distinguished Lecture Series in Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 2012.
  • Green Cement: Microscopy under 10nm Resolution, COSMIC Workshop at the Advanced Light Source, 2011.
  • Use of Synchrotron Radiation to Study C-S-H, Workshop Sinergia on C-S-H Meso to Atomistic Structure, Lausanne, 2011
  • X-ray microscopy of green cements, Center of nanostructure materials, CNN/APS meeting, Argonne National Lab., 2011.
  • Use of Synchrotron Radiation to Study Cement-Based Materials. CODEX Symposium, Florence, 2011.
  • Nanotechnology for cement-based materials, Special lecture at the University of Firenze, Florence, 2011.
  • Microscopy of concrete exposed to freezing conditions, Olivier Coussy Symposium, Paris, 2011.
  • Advances in concrete characterization, Ecole Polytechnique at Lausanne, 2010.
  • Lecture for receiving the Honra ao Merito Award from IBRACON, Brazil, 2010.
  • Xray Imaging: From Tomography to Nanotomography, CONSEC, Mexico, 2010.
  • High-resolution soft x-ray imaging of cements, Tenth International Conference on X-ray Microscopy, Chicago, 2010.
  • Lectures at Wuhan University, China, as Guest Professor, 2010.
  • Latest advances in nanoscopic analysis of cementitious materials, Lafarge workshop, Lyon, 2010.
  • Characterizing the Nano and Micro Structure of Concrete to Improve its Durability , Nanotechnologia en el Hormigon y Hormigones Autocompactantes, Jornada Tecnica, Barcelona, Spain 2009.

·       Characterization of cementitious materials using X-ray synchrotron radiation, Challenges and promises of multi-scale modelling schemes for cementitious materials, Bilbao, Spain, 2009.

·       Green Concrete and Sustainable Construction: A Multi-Scale Approach, Sustainable Cement and Concrete Technology, Seoul, Korea, 2009.

·       Measuring the Mechanical Properties of Cement Paste Hydration Products, Fundamental understanding of cementitious materials for improved chemical, physical and aesthetic performance, Nanocem, Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland, 2009.

 

Patents

1. Paulo Monteiro and Frank Morrison “Non-Destructive Method of Determining the Position and Condition of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete”, US Patent 5,855,721 (1999).

2. Brent R. Constantz, Laurence Clodic, Cecily Ryan, Miguel Fernandez, Kasra Farsad, Sidney Omeron, Plilip Tuet, Paulo Monteiro, Gordon E. Brown, Katharine Geramita. "Production of Carbonate-Containing Compositions from Material Comprising Metal Silicates", US Patent US 7,749,476 B2 (2010).

3. Brent R. Constantz, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Miguel Fernandez, Katharine Geramita, Karin Yaccato, Methods and Systems for Utilizing Waste Sources of Metal Oxides, Patent No. 7,754,169 B2 (2010).

 

PUBLICATIONS

Books

1.  Concrete:  Structure,  Properties,  and Materials (with P.K. Mehta),  548 pages Prentice Hall, (1993). [Translated to Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, and Persian]

2.  Mechanical Modeling of the Transition Zone, Chapter 4 in “Interfacial Transition Zone in Concrete”,  edited by J. C. Maso,  E & FN SPON,  (1995).

3.     Computer Tomography of Reinforced Concrete (with C.Y.Pichot and K. Belkebir),  Chapter 12,  Materials Science of Concrete,  American Ceramics Society (1998).

4.     The elastic moduli of concrete, Handbook of Elastic Properties of Solids, Liquids and Gases edited by Levy, Bass, and Stern, Volume II: Elastic Properties of Solids: Theory, Elements, and Compounds, Novel Materials, Technological Materials, Alloys, and Building Materials, Academic Press, pp. 393-411, (2001)

5.     Long Term Durability of Structural Materials (edited with K.P. Chong, J. Larsen-Basse, K. Komvopoulos),  Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK. (2001).

6.     Concrete:  Microstructure,  Properties,  and Materials (with P.K. Mehta),  McGraw-Hill, third edition (2006).

 

Refereed Journals

A.        Archival Journals

1.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Mehta, "Ettringite Formation on the Aggregate-Cement Paste Interface," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 15, 1985, pp. 378-380.

2.   Monteiro, P.J.M., S. J. Bastacky and T.L. Hayes, "Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscope Analysis of the Portland Cement Paste Early Hydration," Cem. Concr. Res, vol. 15, 1985, pp. 687-693.

3.   Monteiro, P.J.M., O.E. Gjorv and P.K. Mehta, "Microstructure of the Steel-Cement Paste Interface in the Presence of Chloride," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 15, 1985, pp. 781-784.

4.   Monteiro, P.J.M., J.C. Maso and J.P. Ollivier, "The Aggregate-Mortar Interface," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 15, 1985, pp. 953-958.

5.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Mehta, "The Transition Zone Between Aggregate and Type K Expansive Cement," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, pp. 111-114.

6.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and J. Lubliner, "Effect of Stress on the Irreversible Expansion of Concrete,"Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, p. 119.

7.   D. Pirtz, K.Thomas and P.J.M Monteiro, "Stress Relaxation:  Comparison of Measured and Computed Values," ACI Journal, vol. 83, 1986, pp. 432-437.

8.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Mehta, "Interaction Between Carbonate Rock and Cement Paste," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, pp. 127-134.

9.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Monteiro, A Reply to Discussion of the Paper "Interaction Between Carbonate Rock and Cement Paste," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, p. 974.

10. R.W. Zimmerman, P.J.M Monteiro, and M.S. King, "The Elastic Moduli of Mortar as a Porous-Granular Material," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, pp. 239-245.

11. Monteiro, P.J.M. and W.P. Andrade "Analysis of the Rock-Cement Paste Bond Using Probabilistic Treatment of Brittle Strength," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 17, 1987, pp. 919-926.

12. R.J. Detwiler, P.J.M Monteiro, H. Wenk and Z. Zhong,  "Texture of Calcium Hydroxide Near the Cement Paste-Aggregate Interface," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 18, 1988, pp. 823-829.

13.  J.A. Wang, P.J.M Monteiro and J. Lubliner, "Effect of Ice Formation on the Elastic Moduli  of Cement Paste and Mortar," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 18, no. 6, 1988, pp. 874-885.

14. Monteiro, P.J.M. and M.S. King, "Experimental Studies of Elastic Wave Propagation in High-Strength Mortar," ASTM Journal, vol. 10, no. 2, 1988, pp. 68-74.

15. P.K. Mehta and P.J.M Monteiro, "Blended and Modified Cements,” State of the Art 1987, Cement Research Progress, American Ceramics Society, 1988.

16. Monteiro, P.J.M., O.E. Gjorv, and P.K. Mehta, "Effect of Condensed Silica Fume on the Steel-Cement Paste Transition Zone," Cem. Concr. Res, vol. 19, no. 1, 1989, pp. 114-123.

17. J. Ju, P.J.M Monteiro and A. Rashed, "Continuum Damage of Cement Paste and Mortar as Affected by Porosity and Sand Concentration,” Journal of Engineering Mechanics, ASCE, vol. 115, no. 1, 1989, pp. 105-130.

18. A.I. Rashed, P.J.M Monteiro, J. Bastacky and T.L. Hayes, "Ice in Cement Paste as Analyzed in the Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscope,” Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 19, 1989, pp. 306-314.

19.  Monteiro, P.J.M. and C.P. Ostertag, "Analysis of the Aggregate-Cement Paste Interface Using Grazing Incidence X-Ray Scattering," Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 19, 1989, pp.987‑988.

20. Monteiro, P.J.M. and J. Lubliner, "A Generalized Continuum Theory for Concrete," Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 19, 1989, pp. 929-938.

21. A. Mor, P.J.M Monteiro and W. Hester, "Observations of Healing of Cracks in High-Strength Lightweight Concrete," Cement, Concrete and Aggregate, Vol. 11, No. 2, 1989, pp. 121-125.

 22. A. Rashed, P.J.M Monteiro, R. Williamson and J. Bastacky, "The Morphology of Air-Entrained Voids at Early Ages” Cement, Concrete and Aggregate, Vol. 11, No. 2, 1989, pp. 126-128.

23. Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Mehta, "Blended and Modified Cements," State of the Art 1988, Cement Research Progress, American Ceramics Society, Chapter 8, 1989, pp. 214-245.

24. O.E. Gjørv, P.J.M Monteiro and P.K. Mehta, "Effect of Condensed Silica Fume on the Steel-Concrete Bond," ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 87, November-December 1990, pp. 573-580.

25. A.I. Rashed, P.J.M Monteiro, J. Bastacky and T.L. Hayes, "A Discussion of the Paper `Ice in Cement Paste as Analyzed in the Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscope,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol 20, 1990, pp. 495-496.

26. Monteiro, P.J.M. and C. Human, "Blended and Modified Cements,” State of the Art 1989 Cement Research Progress, American Ceramic Society, Chapter 7, 1990, pp. 173-214.

27. P.J. Perie and P.J.M Monteiro, "Determination of Fracture Mechanism by Microscopic Observation of Cracks,” Int. J. of Rock Mech. Min. Sci. & Geomech. Abstr., Vol. 28, No. 1, 1991, pp. 83-84.

28. Monteiro, P.J.M., J. Asselanis and W. MacCracken, "Investigation of the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of the Structural Materials of the I‑880 Double-Deck Viaduct,” ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 88, May-June 1991, pp. 288-293.

29. J. Cohen and P.J.M Monteiro, "Durability and Integrity of Marble Cladding: A State of the Art Review,” ASCE Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, May 1991, pp. 113-124.

30. K.A. Heiskanen, P.J.M Monteiro and H.C. Rhim, "Computer Simulations of Limited Angle Tomography of Reinforced Concrete,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 21, 1991, pp. 625-634.

31. Monteiro, P.J.M., "A Note on the Hirsch Model," Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 21, 1991, pp. 947‑950.

32. C.A. Human and P.J.M Monteiro, "Blended and Modified Cements,” State of the Art 1990, Cement Research Progress, American Ceramic Society, Chapter 6, 1991, pp. 167-200.

33. A.U. Nilsen and P.J.M Monteiro, "Concrete: A Three Phase Material,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 23, 1993, pp. 147‑151.

34. H.E. Martz, D.J. Schneberk, G.P. Roberson and P.J.M Monteiro, "Computerized Tomography Analysis of Reinforced Concrete,” ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 90, No. 3, May-June 1993, pp. 259-264.

35.  Monteiro, P.J.M., "Blended and Modified Cements,” State of the Art 1991, Cement Research Progress, American Ceramic Society, 1993.

36. Monteiro, P.J.M., Helene and Kang, “Designing Concrete Mixtures for Strength, Elastic Modulus and FractureEnergy,” Rilem Journal, Vol. 26, No. 162, 1993.

37. A.U. Nilsen and P.J.M Monteiro, “A Reply to Discussion of the Paper Concrete: A Three Phase Material,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 24, 1994.

38.  V. Ghio, P.J.M Monteiro and L. Demsetz, “The Rheology of Fresh Cement Paste Containing Polysaccharide Gums,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 24, 1994.

39.  O. Gjorv, K. Tan and P.J.M Monteiro, “Effect of Elevated Curing temperature on the Chloride Permeability of High-Strength Lightweight Concrete,” CCA Journal, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1994.

40. D. Trejo, P.J.M Monteiro, G. Thomas and X. Wang, “Mechanical Properties and Corrosion Susceptibility of Dual Phase Steel in Concrete,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 24, 1245, 1994.

41. Monteiro, P.J.M.,  “A Reply to Discussion designing Concrete Mixtures for Strength, Elastic Modulus and Fracture Energy,” Rilem Journal, 1994.

42.  K. Scrivener and P.J.M Monteiro, “The Alkali-Silica Reaction in Monolithic Opal,” Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 77, pp. 2849, 1994.      

43.  V. Ghio, P.J.M Monteiro and O. Gjorv, “Effect of Polysaccharide Gums on Fresh Concrete Properties,” ACI Journal, Vol. 91, pp. 600, 1994.

44.  A.U. Nielsen, P.J.M Monteiro and O. Gjorv, “Quality Determination of Lightweight Aggregate,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 24, pp. 1423-1427, 1994.

45.  A.U. Nielsen, P.J.M Monteiro and O. Gjorv, “Estimation of the Elastic Moduli of Lightweight Aggregate,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 276, 1995.

46.  C.T. Chang and P.J.M Monteiro, “The Elastic Moduli of Calcium Hydroxide,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 25, No. 8, pp. 1605, 1995.

47.  S. Miyazawa and P.J.M Monteiro, “Volume Change of High-Strength Concrete in Moist Conditions,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 26, pp. 567, 1996.

48.  C.T. Chang, K. Nemati, K. Shyu and P.J.M Monteiro, “Behavior of Marble under Compression,” ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, pp. 157, 1996.

49.  K. Wang, P.J.M Monteiro, B. Rubinsky and A. Arav, “Microscopic Study of Ice Propagation in Concrete,” ACI Journal, Vol. 93, pp. 370, 1996.

50.  M. Prezzi, P. Geyskens, and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Reliability Approach to Service-Life Prediction of Concrete Exposed to Marine Environments,” ACI Materials Journal, V93 N6, 544, (1996). 

51.  M. Prezzi, Monteiro, P. J. M., and G. Sposito, “Alkali-Silica Reaction - Part 1:  Use of the Double-Layer Theory to Explain the Behavior of the Reaction Product Gels,” ACI Journal,  V94 , 10, (1997). 

52. V. Ghio, and P.J.M. Monteiro,  “Bond Strength of Reinforcing Bars in Reinforced Shotcrete,” ACI Materials Journal, MAR-APR, V94 N2: 111-118,  (1997).

53. D. Trejo, Monteiro, P. J. M., and G. Thomas, “Development of Steels for Improved Performance in Reinforced Concrete, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, V9 N1, 1, (1997).

54. Melanie P. Lutz, Monteiro, P. J. M., and Robert W. Zimmerman, “Inhomogeneous Interfacial Transition Zone Model for the Bulk Modulus of Mortar,” CCR journal, V27 N7: 1113-1122 (1997).

55.          K. Nemati, and P.J.M. Monteiro,  “A new method to observe three-dimensional fractures in concrete using liquid metal porosimetry technique,” CCR Journal, V27 N9: 1333-1341, (1997).

56.          Monteiro, P. J. M., kejin wang, Garrison Sposito, Marcia C. dos Santos and W. Pacelli de Andrade, “Influence of Mineral Admixtures on the Alkali-Aggregate Reaction,” CCR Journal, V27 N12: 1899, (1997).

57. P. Geysken, A. Der Kiureghian, and P.J.M. Monteiro,  “Bayesian Prediction of the Elastic Modulus of Concrete,” ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, V124, N1:89, (1998).

58. M. Prezzi, Monteiro, P. J. M., and G. Sposito, “Alkali-Silica Reaction - Part 2: The Effect of Chemical Additives,” ACI Journal, JAN-FEB, V95 N1:3-10, (1998).

59. V. Ghio, P.J.M. Monteiro,  “The Effects of Polysaccharide Gum Additives on the Shotcrete Process,” ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 95, No.2, 152-157 (1998).

60. V. Ghio and P.J.M. Monteiro, A Reply to Discussion of the Paper, “Bond Strength of  Reinforcing Bars in Reinforced Shotcrete,” ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 95, No.2, 196-197 (1998).

61. E. Kurtis, Monteiro, P. J. M., J. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse, “Imaging of ASR Gel by Soft X-ray Microscopy,” CCR journal, V28 N3:411-421, (1998).

62. Monteiro, P.J.M., Wang, K., Sposito, G., dos Santos, M.C., and de Andrade, W. P., A Reply to Discussion of the Paper  "Influence of Mineral Admixtures on the Alkali-Aggregate Reaction", CCR Journal, Vol. 28, No. 8, p.1195, 1998. 

63. Cook, N.G.W., Monteiro, P.J.M. and K. Nemati, "A New Method for Studying Stress-Induced Microcracks in Concrete," ASCE Materials Journal, Vol.10, No. 3, pp.128-134, 1998. 

64. Nemati, K.M., Monteiro, P.J.M. and Scrivener, K.L., "Analysis of Compressive Stress-Induced Cracks in Concrete," ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 95, No. 5, p. 617, 1998.

65. Monteiro, P.J.M., Morrison, F., and Frangos, W., "Non-Destructive Measurement of Corrosion State of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete," ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 95, No. 6, pp. 704-709, Nov-Dec. 1998.

66. Rodrigues, F.A., and P.J.M. Monteiro, Sposito, G., "Surface Charge Density of Silica in Water-Acetone Mixtures," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Vol. 211, p. 408, 1999.

67. Wang, K., and P.J.M. Monteiro, "Optical Microscopy Analysis of Ice Formation and Propagation in Concrete," L'industria Italiana del Cemento, No. 739, p. 65, 1999.

68. Ghio, V. and P.J.M. Monteiro, A Reply to Discussion of the Paper “The Effects of Polysaccharide Gum Additives on the Shotcrete Process," ACI Materials Journal, Vol 96, No. 2, p. 271 1999.

69.  Rodrigues, F.A., Monteiro, P.J.M. and Sposito, G., "The Alkali-Aggregate Reaction: The Surface Charge Density of Silica and its Effect on the Expansive Pressure," CCR Journal, Vol. 29, p. 527, 1999.

70. Rodrigues, F.A. and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Hydrothermal synthesis of cements from rice hull ash,”Journal of Materials Science Letters, V18 (N19): 1551-1552, Oct. 1999.

71. Kurtis, K.E., P.J.M. Monteiro, J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse, “High resolution transmission soft X-ray microscopy of deterioration products developed in large concrete dams.” Journal of Microscopy-Oxford, V196 (PT3): 288-298, Dec, 1999.

72. Trejo, D., P.J.M. Monteiro, B. C. Gerwick and G.Thomas, “Microstructural design of concrete reinforcing bars for improved corrosion performance,” ACI Materials Journal, V97 (N1):78-83, Jan-Feb, 2000.

73. Kurtis, E., P.J.M. Monteiro and S. Madanat, “Empirical models to predict concrete expansion caused by sulfate attack. ACI Materials Journal, V97, 156, 2000; errata V97, 173, 2000.

74. Rodrigues, F. A., P.J.M. Monteiro and G. Sposito, A Reply to Discussion of the Paper, “The alkali-aggregate reaction: the surface charge density of silica and its effect on the expansive pressure” Cement and Concrete Research, V30(N3):503-504, (2000)

75. Harutyunyan, V.S., E.S. Abovyan, P.J.M. Monteiro, V.P. Mkrtchyan and M. Balyan, “Microstrain distribution in calcium hydroxide present in the interfacial transition zone,” CCR Journal, Cement and Concrete Research, V30, 709, 2000.

76. Piltner, R. and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Stress analysis of expansive reactions in concrete,” Cement and Concrete Research, V30, 843, 2000. 

77. Gartner, E., K.E. Kurtis and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Proposed mechanism of C-S-H growth tested by X-ray microscopy,” Cement and Concrete Research, V30 (N5): 817-822, 2000.

78. Kurtis, K.E., P.J.M. Monteiro and W. Meyer-Ilse, “Soft x-ray spectromicroscopy for in situ study of corrosion,” Journal of Corrosion Science, V42 (N8): 1327-1336, 2000.

79. Hasparyk, N.P., P.J.M. Monteiro and H. Carasek, “Effect of silica Fume and Rice husk ash on the alkali-silica reaction,” ACI Materials Journal, V97 (N4): 486-492, 2000.

80. Bittencourt, R.M., J.T.F. Fontoura, W. Pacelli de Andrade, and P.J.M. Monteiro, “A Method of Proportioning Mass Concrete Mixtures Based on Fineness Modulus and Geometrical Gradation,” Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, V13 (N1): 33-40, Jan-Feb 2001.

81. Monteiro, P.J.M., K. Shomglin, H.R. Wenk and Nicole P. Hasparyk, “Effect of Aggregate Deformation on the Alkali-Silica Reaction,” ACI Materials Journal, V98 (N2): 179-183, Mar-Apr 2001.

82. Corr, D., P.J.M. Monteiro and A. Der Kiureghian, “Sulfate attack of concrete: A  reliability analysis,” ACI Materials Journal, V98 (N2): 99-104, Mar-Apr 2001.

83. Zhang, J., P.J.M. Monteiro and F. Morrison, “Non-invasive surface measurement of the corrosion impedance of rebar in concrete. Part I: experimental results, ACI Materials Journal, V98 (N2): 116-125, Mar-Apr 2001.

84. Zhang, J. and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Validation of Resistivity spectra from reinforced concrete corrosion by Kramers-Kronig transformations,” Cement and Concrete Research, V31, 603-607, 2001.

85. Kurtis, K.E., K. Shomglin, P.J.M. Monteiro, J. Harvey, and J. Roesler, “Accelerated test for measuring sulfate resistance of calcium sulfoaluminate, calcium aluminate, and portland cements, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, V13 (N3):216-221, May-June 2001.

86. Turanli, L., K. Shomglin, C.P. Ostertag and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Reduction in alkali-silica expansion due to steel microfibers,” Cement and Concrete Research, V31 (N5): 825-827, May 2001.

87. Monteiro, P.J.M., C. P. Ostertag, U. Nielson and J. Cohen, “Fatigue susceptibility of marble,” Materials & Design Journal, 22, 393-398, 2001.

88. Rodrigues, F. A., P.J.M. Monteiro, and G. Sposito, “The alkali-silica reaction: the Effect of monovalent and bivalent cations on the surface charge of opal,” Cement and Concrete Research, V31, 1549-1552, 2001.

89. Celestino. T., R. Piltner, P.J.M. Monteiro and C.P. Ostertag, “Fracture mechanics of marble,” Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, V13 (N6): 407-411, Nov-Dec 2001.

90. Kurtis, K.E., C.L. Collins and P.J.M. Monteiro, “The surface chemistry of the alkali-silica reaction:  A critical evaluation and X-ray microscopy,” Concrete Science and Engineering, V4, pp 1-11, March 2002.

91. Corr, D.J., P.J.M. Monteiro and J. Bastacky, “Microscopic characterization of ice morphology in entrained air voids,” ACI Materials Journal, V99 (N2): 190-195, Mar-Apr 2002.

92. N. Segre, P.J.M. Monteiro, and G. Sposito, “Surface characterization of recycled tire rubber to be used in cement paste matrix,” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, V248, pp. 521-523, 2002.

93. Ryu, J.S. and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Effect of specific gravity of coarse aggregate on interfacial transition zone, permeability, and strength of concrete,” British Ceramic Transactions, V101 (N1):30-34, Feb 2002.

94. Zhang, J., P.J.M. Monteiro, and F. Morrison, “Non Invasive surface measurement of the corrosion impedance of rebar in concrete. Part II: forward modeling,” ACI Materials Journal, V99 (N3):242-249, May-June 2002.

95. Hashin, Z., P.J.M. Monteiro, An Inverse Method to Determine the Elastic Properties of the Interphase Between Aggregate Particles and Cement Paste Matrix, CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH, AUG, 2002, V32(N8):1291-1300 

96. Corr, DJ; Lebourgeois, J; Monteiro, PJM; Bastacky, SJ; Gartner, EM., Air void morphology in fresh cement pastes. CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH, JUL, 2002, V32(N7):1025-1031.

97. T.I Zohdi, P.J.M. Monteiro, and V. Lamour, Extraction of elastic moduli from granular compacts, International Journal of Fracture, 115, 49-54, 2002.

98. S. K. Deb, M. H. Manghnani, K. Ross, R. A. Livingston, P. J. M. Monteiro, Raman scattering and X-ray diffraction study of the thermal decomposition of an ettringite-group crystal, Phys Chem Minerals (2003) 30: 31 – 38.

99. F. A. Rodrigues, , P. J. M. Monteiro, and G. Sposito A Reply to Discussion of the Paper “The Alkali-silica Reaction: The Effect Of Monovalent And Bivalent Cations On The Surface Charge Of Opal, Cement and Concrete Research, 933-934, 2003.

100. Monteiro, P.J.M.  and K.E. Kurtis, Time to Failure for Concrete Exposed to Severe Sulfate Attack, Cement and Concrete Research, 33, 987-993, 2003.

101. K.E. Kurtis and P.J.M. Monteiro, Chemical additives to control expansion of alkali-silica reaction gel: proposed mechanisms of control, Journal of Materials Science, 38, 2027-2036, (2003).

102. M.C.G. Juenger, V. Lamour, P.J.M. Monteiro, E.M.Gartner, G.P. Denbeaux Direct Observation of Cement Hydration by X-ray microscopy Journal of Materials Science Letters 22, 2003, 1335 – 1337.

103. D.J. Corr, P.J.M. Monteiro, J. Bastacky, Ice Lens Formation and Frost Heave in Young Portland Cement Paste”, V. 33, 10, 1531-1538, 2003

104. L. Turanli, F. Bektas, P.J.M. Monteiro,  Use of Ground Clay Brick as a Pozzolanic Material to Reduce the Alkali-Silica Reaction” V. 33, 10, 1539-1542, 2003.

105. Hubbard SS. Zhang JY. Monteiro PJM. Peterson JE. Rubin Y. Experimental detection of reinforcing bar corrosion using nondestructive geophysical techniques.  ACI Materials Journal. 100(6):501-510, 2003 Nov-Dec.

106. Harutyunyan VS. Abovyan ES. Monteiro PJM. X-ray diffraction investigations of deformations and dislocation configuration in calcium hydroxide crystallites of concrete. Physica Status Solidi A-Applied Research. 200(2):307-325, 2003 Dec.106.

107. Harutyunyan VS. Abovyan ES. Monteiro PJM. Mkrtchyan VP. Balyan MK. Aivazyan AP. X-ray diffraction investigations of microstructure of calcium hydroxide crystallites in the interfacial transition zone of concrete. Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 86(12):2162-2166, 2003 Dec.

108. K. Shomglin, L. Turanli, H. -R. Wenk, P. J. M. Monteiro and G. Sposito The effects of potassium and rubidium hydroxide on the alkali–silica reaction, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume 33, Issue 11, November 2003, Pages 1825-1830

109. B.P. DiPaolo, P. J. M. Monteiro, and R. Gronsky, Quasi-static axial crush response of a thin-wall, stainless steel box component, International Journal of Solids and Structures 41(14):3707-3733, 2004.

110. J. Zhang, P. J. M. Monteiro, and F. Morrison, M. Mancio, Non Invasive Surface Measurement of the Corrosion Impedance of Rebar in Concrete. Part III: Effect of Geometry and Material Properties, ACI materials journal, Vol 101, No. 4, 273, 2004.

111. J.Ryou and P.J.M. Monteiro, Electrodeposition as a rehabilitation method for concrete materials, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Volume 31, Number 5, 776-781, 2004.

112. V. A. Paulon, D. Dal Molin, P.J.M. Monteiro, Statistical analysis of the effect of mineral admixtures on the strength of the interfacial transition zone, Interface Science Journal, 12 399-410, 2004.

113. David J. Corr, Maria C. G. Juenge, Paulo J. M. Monteiro, J. Bastacky, Investigating Entrained Air Voids and Portland Cement Hydration with Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy, 26 (2004) 1007–1012, Cement and Concrete Composites.

114. M.C.G. Juenger, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, E.M.Gartner, G.P. Denbeau, A soft x-ray microscope investigation into the effects of calcium chloride on tricalcium silicate hydration  Cement & Concrete Research. v 35 n 1 January 2005. p 19-25.

115.  P. J. M. Monteiro, P. R. L. Helene, I. V. Aoki, P. E. Barbosa, E. B. Monteiro INFLUENCE OF THE WATER-TO-CEMENT RATIO AND COVER THICKNESS ON THE CHLORIDE EXTRACTION OF CORRODED CONCRETE  ACI materials journal, Vol. 102, No. 1, 9-14, January 2005.

116. David Trejo and Paulo J. Monteiro, Corrosion Performance of Conventional Reinforcing Bars Embedded in Concrete and Exposed to Chloride Solution, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume 35, Issue 3, March 2005, Pages 562-571.

117. D. A. Silva and P. J. M. Monteiro, Hydration evolution of C3S–EVA composites analyzed by soft X-ray microscopy, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume 35, Issue 2, February 2005, Pages 351-357

118. Xiaoqiang Hou, Leslie J. Struble, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, R. James Kirkpatrick, Structural Investigations of Alkali Silicate Gels, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY 88 (4): 943-949 APR 2005.

119. T Saeki and P. J. M. Monteiro, A model to predict the amount of calcium hydroxide in concrete containing mineral admixtures Cement and Concrete Research, v 35, n 10, October, 2005, p 1914-1921

120. D.A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, ESEM analysis of polymeric film in EVA-modified cement paste, Cement and Concrete Research 35 (10): 2047-2050 OCT 2005.

121. D.A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, Analysis of C3A hydration using soft X-rays transmission microscopy: Effect of EVA copolymer, Cement and Concrete Research 35 (10): 2026-2032 OCT 2005

122. Bektas F, Turanli L, Monteiro PJM, Use of Perlite Powder to Suppress the Alkali-Silica Reaction, Cement and Concrete Research 35 (10): 2014-2017 OCT 2005.

123. Ryou J, Monteiro PJM, Surface coating of concrete materials by deposition process, Surface Review and Letters, 12 (2): 233-237 APR 2005.

124. D.A. Silva, R. Wenk, and P.J.M. Monteiro, Comparative investigation of mortars from Roman Colosseum and cistern, Thermochimica Acta v 438, n 1-2, Nov 1, 2005, p 35-40.

125. P.J.M. Monteiro, Olivier Coussy, Denise A. Silva, Effect of cryo-suction and air void transition layer on the hydraulic pressure developed during freezing of concrete, ACI Materials Journal, V. 103, No.2, 136-140, 2006.

126. P. J. M., Monteiro, Scaling and saturation laws for the expansion of concrete exposed to sulfate attack, PNAS 2006 103: 11467-11472.

127. H. Amick and P. J. M. Monteiro, “Experimental Determination of Modal Damping in Concrete Beams,” Materials Journal of the American Concrete Institute, May-June 2006, pp. 153-160.

128. K. Wang, P.R.L. Helene, P.J.M. Monteiro, Potential Use of Zinc in the Repair of Corroded Reinforced Concrete, Cement & Concrete Composites, 707-715, 28, 2006.

129. D.A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, The influence of polymers on the hydration of portland cement phases analyzed by soft X-ray transmission microscopy, Cement and Concrete Research 36 (8): 1501-1507 AUG 2006.

130. C.E. Tambelli, J.F. Schneider, N.P.Hasparyk and P.J.M. Monteiro, Study of the Structure of Alkali-Silica Reaction Gel by High-Resolution NMR Spectroscopy, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 352 (32-35): 3429-3436 SEP 15 2006.

131. M.C. Garci Juenger, P.J.M. Monteiro, and E.M. Gartner In situ imaging of ground granulated blast furnace slag hydration, Journal of Material Science, 41 (21): 7074-7081 NOV 2006.

132. N. Segre, C.P. Ostertag, P.J.M. Monteiro Effect of Tire Rubber Particles on Crack Propagation in Cement Paste, Materials Research, Vol. 9, No. 3, 311-320, 2006.

133. F. Vossoughi, C.P. Ostertag, P.J.M. Monteiro, G.C. Johnson, “Resistance of Concrete Protected by Fabric to Projectile Impact,” Cement and Concrete Research 37 (2007) 96–106

134. D.A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, Early formation of ettringite in tricalcium aluminate – calcium hydroxide – gypsum dispersions, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 90 [2] 614–617 (2007).

135. C.P. Ostertag, Ck. Yi and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Effect of Confinement on the Properties and Characteristics of the Alkali-Silica Reaction Gel,” ACI Materials Journal, 104 (3): 276-282 MAY-JUN 2007.

136. F. Vossoughi, C.P. Ostertag and P. J. M. Monteiro, Damage Characterization in Concrete Panels Due to Impact Loading by Motionless X-ray Laminography," Journal of Material Science, 42 (9): 3280-3285 MAY 2007.

137. Olivier Coussy_and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Unsaturated poroelasticity for crystallization in pores, Computers and Geotechnics 34 (2007) 279–290.

138. O. Coussy_and P. J.M. Monteiro, Poroelastic model for concrete exposed to freezing temperatures, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume: 38, 40-48, 2008.

139. S.M. Clark, B. Colas, M. Kunz, S. Speziale, P.J.M. Monteiro, Effect of pressure on the crystal structure of ettringite, Cement and Concrete Research, 19-26, 2008.

140. H.-R. Wenk, P.J.M. Monteiro and K. Shomglin, Relationship between aggregate microstructure and concrete expansion. A case study of deformed granitic rocks from the Santa Rosa Mylonite Zone, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE, Volume: 43, 1278-1285, 2008.

141. P.J.M. Monteiro and K.E. Kurtis, Experimental asymptotic analysis of expansion of concrete exposed to sulfate attack, ACI Materials Journal, Volume: 105, 62-71, 2008.

142. J. Marques Filho, V. A. Paulon, P. Monteiro, W. P. Andrade, D. D. Molin, Laboratory Device to Simulate Roller-Compacted Concrete Placement, ACI Materials Journal,   Volume: 105   Issue: 2 Pages: 125-130   Published: MAR-APR 2008.

143. A. Fabbri, O. Coussy, T. Fen-Chong and P.J.M. Monteiro, Are Deicing Salts Necessary to Promote Scaling in Concrete? Journal of Engineering Mechanics – ASCE, Volume: 134   Issue: 7   Pages: 589-598, JUL 2008.

144. S. Speziale, F. Jiang, Z. Mao, P. J.M. Monteiro, H. Wenk, T. S. Duffy, F. Schilling. Single-crystal elastic constants of natural ettringite, CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH   Volume: 38   Issue: 7   Pages: 885-889, JUL 2008

145. H.N. Atahan, C. Carlos Jr, S. Chae, P .J. M. Monteiro, J. Bastacky, THE MORPHOLOGY OF ENTRAINED AIR VOIDS IN HARDENED CEMENT PASTE GENERATED WITH DIFFERENT ANIONIC SURFACTANTS, Cement & Concrete Composites 30 (2008) 566–575.

146.  M. Mancio, C. Cruz, J. Zhang, J. Harvey, P.J.M. Monteiro, Evaluation of Corrosion Resistance of Steel Dowels used for Concrete Pavements, ASCE Materials,  Volume: 20   Issue: 10   Pages: 650-658, 2008.

147. S. Speziale, H.J. Reichmann, F. Schilling, H.R. Wenk, P.J.M. Monteiro, Determination of the elastic constants of portlandite by Brillouin spectroscopy, CCR, Volume 38 10    1148-1153,  2008  

148. K. Wakimoto, J. Blunt, P. J. M. Monteiro, C. P. Ostertag, R. Albert  Digital Laminography Assessment of the Damage in Concrete Exposed to Freezing Temperatures, CCR,  Volume: 38   Issue: 10   Pages: 1232-1245   Published: OCT 2008   

149. J.F. Schneider, N.P.Hasparyk D. A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, Effect of Lithium Nitrate on the ASR Gel, American Ceramics Society, Volume: 91   Issue: 10   Pages: 3370-3374   Published: OCT 2008.

150. Jieying Zhang, Daniel Cusson; Paulo J.M. Monteiro, John Harvey, New Perspectives on Maturity Method and Innovative Approach for High Performance Concrete Applications, CCR, Volume 38, Issue 12, Pages 1438-1446, 2008.

151. Harutyunyan V., Kirchheim A.P., Monteiro, PJM., INVESTIGATION OF EARLY GROWTH OF CALCIUM HYDROXIDE CRYSTALS IN CEMENT SOLUTION BY SOFT X-RAY TRANSMISSION MICROSCOPY, J Mater Sci (2009) 44:962–969.

152.  O. Coussy and P.J.M. Monteiro, Errata to “Poroelastic model for concrete exposed to freezing temperatures”[Cement and Concrete Research 38 (2008) 40–48], Cement and Concrete Research 39 (2009) 371–372.

153. A.P. Kirchheim, V. Fernàndez-Altable; P.J. M.Monteiro, Denise C Dal Molin,; Ignasi Casanova, Analysis of cubic and orthorhombic C(3)A hydration in presence of gypsum and lime, Journal of Materials Science: Volume 44, Issue8 (2009), Page 2038. 

154. P.J.M. Monteiro, A.P. Kirchheim, S. Chae, P. Fischer, A.A. MacDowell, E. Schaible, H.R. Wenk, Understanding the Nano and Micro Structure of Concrete to Improve its Durability, Cement & Concrete Composites 31 (2009) 577–584.

155. Sejin CHOI, Paulo J M. MONTEIRO, Moohan KIM, EFFECTS OF STONE POWDER SLUDGE ON THE STRENGTH AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF ALKALI-ACTIVATED FLY ASH PASTES, Japan Concrete Institute, Vol.31,No.1,2009.

156. Electrochemical and in-situ SERS Study of Passive Film Characteristics and Corrosion Performance of 9%Cr Microcomposite Steel in Highly Alkaline Environments, Journal of ASTM International, Vol. 6, No. 5, May 2009.

157. Hans-Rudolf Wenk, Paulo J. M. Monteiro, Martin Kunz, Kai Chen, Nobumichi Tamura, Luca Lutterotti and John Delacroz, Preferred orientation of ettringite in concrete fractures, J. Appl. Crystallography, Volume: 42   Pages: 429-432   Part: Part 3, JUN 2009.

158. Hasparyk NP, Monteiro PJM, Dal Molin DCC, Investigation of Mechanical Properties of Concrete Affected by Alkali-Aggregate Reaction, ASCE materials Journal,  Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 294-297,JUN 2009.

159. K. Karhunen, A. Seppänen, A. Lehikoinen, P.J.M. Monteiro, J. P. Kaipio, Electrical Resistance Tomography Imaging of Concrete, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume: 40   Issue: 1   Pages: 137-145, 2010

160. Jae Eun Oh; Paulo Monteiro; Ssang Sun Jun; Sejin Choi; Simon Clark, The evolution of strength and crystalline phases for alkali activated ground blast furnace slag and fly ash-based geopolymers, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume: 40   Issue: 2   Pages: 189-196, 2010.

161. C. Benmore and Monteiro P.J.M., The structure of alkali silicate gel by total scattering methods, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume 40, Issue 6, 2010, Pages 892-897.

162. B. Skinner,  S. R. Chae, C. J. Benmore H. R. Wenk & P. J. M. Monteiro Nanostructure of Calcium-Silicate-Hydrates in Cements, Physics Review Letters, 104, 195502 (2010).

163. J. Ha, S. Chae, K. W. Chou, T. Tylisczak, and P.J.M. Monteiro, Scanning transmission x-ray microscopic (STXM) study of carbonated CSH Journal of the Transportation Research Record, No. 2142, page 83-88, 2010.

164. K. Karhunen, A. Seppänen, A. Lehikoinen, J. Blunt, J. P. Kaipio, and P. J. M. Monteiro, Electrical Resistance Tomography for Assessment of Cracks in Concrete, ACI Materials Journal, V. 107, No. 5, September-October 2010.

165. Se Jin Choi, Ssang Sun Jun, Jae Eun Oh and Paulo J. M. Monteiro, Properties of alkali-activated systems with stone powder sludge, Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management, Volume 12, 2010, Number 4, 275-282.

166. G. I. Barenblatt and P. J. M. Monteiro, Scaling Laws in Nanomechanics, Physical Mesomechanics, 13, 245-248 (2010).

167. M. Mancio, J. R. Moore, Z. Brooks, P. J. M. Monteiro, S. D. Glaser, : Instantaneous In-Situ Determination of Water-Cement Ratio of Fresh Concrete, ACI materials Journal (2010), 107, 587-593.

168. S. Xiao, H. Li and P. J. M. Monteiro, Influence of strain rates and load histories on the tensile damage behaviour of concrete, Magazine of Concrete Research, 2010, 62, No. 12, December, 887–894.

169. J.E. Oh, J. Moon, S.M. Clark, P.J.M. Monteiro, Bulk Modulus of Basic Sodalite, Na8[AlSiO4]6(OH)2·2H2O, a possible zeolitic precursor in coal fly ash-based geopolymers, Cement and Concrete Research 41 (2011) 107–112.

170. J.E. Oh, J. Moon, S.M. Clark, P.J.M. Monteiro, Does the Al substitution in CSH (I) Change Its Mechanical Property? Cement and Concrete Research 41 (2011) 102–106.

171. Kirchheim, A. P., Dal Molin, D.; Provis, J.; Emwas, Abdul-Hamid; Fischer, Peter; Monteiro, P.J.M., Real-time high-resolution X-ray imaging and nuclear magnetic resonance study of the hydration of pure and Na-doped C3A in the presence of sulfates, Inorganic Chemistry, 50, 4 (2011) 1203-1212.

172. J. Moon, J. E. Oh, M. Balonis, F. P. Glasser, S.M. Clark and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Pressure induced reactions amongst calcium aluminate hydrate phases, Cement and Concrete Research 41 (2011) 571–578.

173. C. Meral, C.J. Benmore and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, The study of disorder and nanocrystallinity in C-S-H, supplementary cementitious materials and geopolymers using pair distribution function analysis, Cement and Concrete Research, 41, 696-710, 2011.

174. J.E. Oh, J. Moon, S.M. Clark, P.J.M. Monteiro, Determination of the bulk modulus of hydroxycancrinite, a possible zeolitic precursor in geopolymers, by high-pressure synchrotron X-ray diffraction, Cement and Concrete Composite, Volume 33, Issue 10, November 2011, Pages 1014-1019.

175. J. Moon, J. E. Oh, M. Balonis, F. P. Glasser, S.M. Clark and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, High Pressure Study of Low Compressibility Tetracalcium Aluminum Carbonate Hydrates 3CaO.Al2O3.CaCO3.11H2O, Cement and Concrete Research 42  (2012) 105–110.

176. Juyoung Ha ;Sejung Chae; Kang Wei Chou; Tolek Tyliszcza; Paulo J. Monteiro, Effect of polymers on the nanostructure and on the carbonation of calcium silicate hydrates: A scanning transmission x-ray microscopy study, Journal of Material Science, Volume: 47   Issue: 2   Pages: 976-989 Published: JAN 2012.

177. Sezen Soyer-Uzun, Sejung Rosie Chae, Chris J. Benmore, Hans-Rudolf Wenk, Paulo J. M. Monteiro, " Compositional Evolution of Calcium Silicate Hydrate (C-S-H) Structures by Total X-Ray Scattering", Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Volume: 95   Issue: 2   Pages: 793-798, FEB 2012

178. J.E. Oh, Simon M. Clark , H.-R. Wenk  and P.J.M. Monteiro, Experimental Determination of Bulk Modulus of 14Å Tobermorite Using High Pressure Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction, CCR, Volume 42, Issue 2, February 2012, Pages 397-403.    

179. S. Brisard, R. S. Chae, I. Bihannic, L. Michot, P. Guttmann, J. Thieme, G. Schneider, P.J.M. Monteiro and P. Levitz, Morphological quantification of hierarchical geomaterials by x-ray nano-CT bridges the gap from nano to micro length-scales, American Mineralogist, Volume: 97   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 480-483, FEB-MAR 2012.

180. J.E. Oh, Juhyuk Moon, Sang-Gyun Oh, Simon M. Clark and Paulo J.M. Monteiro Microstructural and compositional change of NaOH-activated high calcium fly ash by incorporating Na-aluminate and co-existence of geopolymeric gel and C-S-H(I), in press, CCR.

181. P.J.M. Monteiro, H.R. Wenk, T.I Zohdi, M. Kunz, V. A. Paulon, T.W.C.O. Andrade, Preferred orientation of ettringite around the aggregate in concrete affected by delayed ettringite formation, submitted to Cement and Concrete Research.

182. F. Battocchio, P.J.M. Monteiro and H.R. Wenk, Rietveld refinement of the structures of 1.0 C-S-H and 1.5 C-S-H, submitted to Cement and Concrete Research.

183. Alexander J. Stack, Mauricio Mancio, P. Kumar Mehta, and Paulo J. M. Monteiro, Low-cost and Sustainable Self-consolidating Concrete with Fly Ash and Limestone Powder, submitted to ACI Materials Journal.

184. P.J.M. Monteiro,  L. Clodic, F. Battocchio, W. Kanitpanyacharoen, S. R. Chae, J. Ha, H.-R. Wenk, Incorporating carbon sequestration materials in civil infrastructure: A micro and nano-structural analysis, submitted to Cement and Concrete Composites.

185. Seyoon Yoon, Sang-gyun Oh, Juyoung Ha, Paulo J. M. Monteiro The Effects of Surface Treatments on Rapid Chloride Permeability Tests, submitted to Materials Chemistry and Physics.

186. Juhyuk Moon, Seyoon Yoon, Renata M. Wentzcovitch, Simon M. Clark, and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Elastic Properties of Tricalcium Aluminate from High-Pressure Experiments and First-Principles Calculations, American Ceramics Society, accepted.

187. Hal Amick and Paulo J. M. Monteiro, TEMPERATURE AND FREQUENCY EFFECTS ON PROPERTIES OF POLYMER-MODIFIED CONCRETE, submitted to ACI Materials Journal.

188. Francieli Tiecher; Denise C. C. Dal Molin, Márcia E. B. Gomes, Nicole Pagan Hasparyk, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, INFLUENCE OF MESOSTASIS IN VOLCANIC ROCKS ON THE ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION, submitted to Cement & Concrete Composites.

189. H. Manzano, J.S. Dolado, A. Ayuela, A. Telesca, P. J. M. Monteiro, Ettringite strengthening at high pressures induced by the densification of the hydrogen bond network, submitted to Crystal Growth & Design.

190. M. Mancio, C. Cruz, J. Zhang, J. Harvey, P.J.M. Monteiro, Comparative Analysis of Chloride Concentrations on Laboratory- and Field-extracted Concrete Cores submitted to ASCE Materials Journal.

191. M. Mancio, P. J. M. Monteiro , T. M. Devine, Electrochemical and in-situ SERS study of passive films formed on low-carbon steel in 0.55 M KOH + 0.16 M NaOH solution, submitted to Corrosion Science.

192. Chae R. Monteiro P.J.M, Rubinsky B., Application of an Isochoric Chamber to Study Freezing of Concrete Pore Solutions, submitted to CCR.

193. Craig W. Hargis, Maria C.G. Juenger, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, AGGREGATE PASSIVATION:  LITHIUM HYDROXIDE AGGREGATE TREATMENT TO SUPPRESS ALKALI-SILICA REACTION, submitted to ACI materials Journal.

 

Non-Refereed Journals

1. D. Selna and P.J.M. Monteiro, Cathedral of Our Lady of The Angels: Combining Architectural and Mass Concrete, Concrete International,  2001.

2. H. Amick and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Construction of Nanotechnology Facilities,  Concrete International, Vol. 26, 2004.

3. M. Mancio, J. Zhang, P.J.M. Monteiro, Nondestructive Surface Measurement of Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete, Canadian Civil Engineer Magazine, May 2004, 12-14.

 

Refereed Conference Proceedings

1. Improvement of the Aggregate-Cement Paste Transition Zone by Grain Refinement of Hydration Products (with P.K. Mehta), Proceedings of the 8th. International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement Rio de Janeiro (1986).

2. Bond: Paste-Aggregate, Paste-Reinforcement and Paste-Fibers, Communication Report, the 8th. International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement Rio de Janeiro (1986).

3. The Interface between Rock and Oil-Well Cement Paste. Proceedings of the Pragmatic Strategies for Productivity and Modernization, New Delhi (1987).

4. The Effect of Mixing Speed on the Rheology of Oil-well Cement Paste (with J. Oliveira, G. Lopes and H. Alves). Proceedings of the Pragmatic Strategies for Productivity and Modernization, New Delhi (1987).

5. Effect of Aggregate, Cement, and Mineral Admixtures on the Microstructure of the Transition Zone (with P.K. Mehta). Invited Paper, MRS Society, Boston (1988).

6. Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy (LTSEM) of Frozen Portland Cement Paste (with A. I. Rashed), Proceedings of the 14th. Western Regional Meeting of Electron Microscopy and Microanalysts (1989).

7. A Viscoelastic-Plastic-Damage Model for Concrete, Third International Conference on Constitutive Laws for Engineering Materials: Theory and Applications  (with J. Lubliner and V. Panoskaltsis),  University of Arizona, Tucson (1991).

8.  Aging Effects on Mechanical Properties of Power Plant Concretes (with H. T. Tang,  Moehle)  Japan (1991).

9.  Computed Tomography Assessment of Reinforced Concrete, 5th International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials,5th International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials ( with H. E. Martz,  D.J. Schneberk,  G. P. Roberson),  Vol 8-9, pp. 1035-1047, Japan (1991).

10.  Bayesian Model Assessment:  Methods and Case Studies (with P. Geyskens, and A Kiureghian),  Lecture Notes in Engineering 76,  Springer-Verlag,  Berlin,  Germany,  R. Rackwitz and P. Thoft-Christensen Eds.,  Proc.  4th IFIP WG 7.5 Conf., Munich,  Germany, 229-238.

11.  Damage mechanics of Concrete (with J. Lubliner and V. Panoskaltsis),  Eng. Foundation,  Invited Lecture (1991).

12.  Can Local Repairs be Durable Solutions for Steel Corrosion in Concrete Structures?  (with P.Helene),  submitted to International Conference on Corrosion and Corrosion Protection of Steel in Concrete,  Sheffield,  1994.

13.  Designing Concrete Mixtures for Desired Mechanical Properties and Durability (with P. Helene) ACI SP-144 ,  519-543, San Francisco,  1994.

14.  Performance Analysis of Lightweight Aggregate (with P. Helene)  Proceedings of the International RILEM Workshop on Technology Transfer of the New Trends in Concrete,  49-63  Barcelona, Spain (1994).

15.  Effect of the Transition Zone on the Bulk Modulus of Concrete (with M.P. Lutz),  Microstructure of Cement-Based Systems/Bonding and Interfaces in Cementitious Materials”,  Materials Research Society Vol. 370, 413,  Pittsburgh,  PA 1995.

16.  Ice Propagation in Concrete (with K. Wang),  the International Conference on Concrete Under Severe Conditions,  Vol. 1,  203,  Sapporo, Japan (1995).

17.  Dual-Phase Ferritic Martensitic Steel for Concrete Reinforcement (with D. Trejo and G. Thomas),  International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, Netherlands (1995).

18.  Volume Change of High-Strength Concrete Under Moisture Curing (with S.  Miyazawa and E. Tazawa),  Proceedings of the 50th Annual; Conference of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers,  5,  680 (in Japanese) (1995).

19. Effect of Confinement on the Fracture Behavior of Concrete Under Compression," (with K. Nemati) Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Structures, edited by F. H. Wittmann, AEDIFICATO Publishers, D-79104 Freiburg, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures, FraMCoS, Vol. III, pp. 1843-52, Zurich, Switzerland, 1995

20.  Effect of the Transition Zone on the Bulk Modulus of Concrete (with M.P. Lutz),  Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.. Vol. 370,  1995.

21.  A Modified Direct Method for the Calculation of Elastic Moduli of Composite Materials (with J. Lubliner and J.  Wang), First International Conference on Composites in Infrastructure,  Tucson,  Arizona (1996).

22  Inhomogeneous Interfacial Transition Zone Model for the Elastic Moduli of Concrete (with M.P. Lutz and R.W. Zimmerman),  Proceedings of the 4th Materials Engrg. Conf.,  ASCE,  Washington, D.C. (1996)

23. Application of Reliability Analysis to Estimate the Service Life of Lightweight High-Strength Concrete Subjected to Corrosion (with M. Prezzi),  International Congress of High-Performance Concrete,  Florianopolis,  Brazil (1996).

24. Elastic Modulus of High Strength Concrete,  (with D. Dal Molin),  International Congress of High-Performance Concrete,  Florianopolis,  Brazil (1996).

25. Corrosion Products of Reinforced Steel and Their Effects on Concrete Deterioration (with K. Wang),  Odd E. Gjorv Symposium on Concrete for Marine Structures,  Third International Conference on Performance of Concrete Environment,  St. Andrews by the Sea,  New Brunswick, Canada,  (1996).

26.  The Surface Chemistry of Alkali-Silica Reaction (with M. Prezzi, K. Kurtis, P.K. Mehta),  ACI Conference on Fly-Ash,  Silica Fume, Slag;  Rome,  Italy (1997).

27.  The Importance of the Surface Chemistry in the Alkali-Aggregate Reaction (invited lecture) (with M. Prezzi, K. Kurtis, M. Santos, and W.P. Andrade),  Conference on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Concrete Structures (in Portuguese),  Goiânia,  Brazil (1997).

28. Fracture of High-Strength Concrete under Triaxial Loading (with K.M. Nemati) Proceedings of the 1st International Engineering Foundation Conference on High Strength Concrete, Kona, Hawaii, July 1997.

29. Observation of Microcracking in Quasi-Brittle Materials, (with K.M. Nemati)  Proceedings the 12th Engineering Mechanics Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers, San Diego, Calif., May, 1998.

30. Micromechanical Behavior of High-Strength Concrete Under Compression, (with K.M. Nemati) Proceedings of the Structural Engineering World Congress (SEWC), San Francisco, California, Paper Reference: T168-7, July 1998.

31. The Alkali-Silica Reaction:  I)  Surface Charge Measurements and II) In-Situ Observations by X-ray Microscopy  (with K.E. Kurtis, F. A. Rodrigues, J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse), Concrete Under Severe Conditions,  Tronso,  Norway (1998).

32. Expansive reactions in concrete observed by soft X-ray transmission microscopy Kurtis, K.E.; Monteiro, P.J.M.; Brown, .T.; Meyer-Ilse, W. Author Affiliation: Univ of California Source: Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings v 524,p 3-9 0272-9172 Apr 13-17 1998 .

33. Use Of Electrical Double Layer Theory To Compute The Expansive Pressures Caused By Asr (with F.A. Rodrigues, M. Prezzi, and G. Sposito), ASCE Conference, San Diego, (1998).

34.  An experimental investigation on the axial crush of a stainless box component (with B.P. DiPaolo and R. Gronski), Structures under shock and Impact VI, editors N. Jones and C.A. Brebbia,  WIT Press, 397, April, 2000.

35. Examination of the Effect of LiCl on ASR Gel Expansion (with K.E. Kurtis, and W. Meyer-Ilse), International Conference on ASR, Quebec, June, 2000.

36. USE OF TYRE RUBBER PARTICLES IN SLAG-MODIFIED CEMENT MORTARS, Nádia Segre, Alexandre D. Galves, José A. Rodrigues, Paulo J. M. Monteiro and Inés Joekes, ICCC, 2003.

37. USING SOFT X-RAY TRANSMISSION MICROSCOPY TO EXAMINE CEMENT HYDRATION IN THE PRESENCE OF RETARDERS, M.C. Garci Juenger, P.J.M. Monteiro2, E.M. Gartner and G.P. Denbeaux ICCC, 2003.

38. H. Amick and P.J. Monteiro, Vibration Control Using Large Pneumatic Isolation Systems with Damped Concrete Inertia Masses7th International Conference on Motion and Vibration Control.

39. F. Bektas, L. Turanli, P.J.M. Monteiro, A preliminary study of the efficiency of crushed brick blended cement in reducing ASR., Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in concrete, edited by M. Tang and M. Deng, Beijing, China, pp. 479-481, 2004.

40. M.CG. Juenger, P.J.M. Monteiro, V.H.R. Lamour, E.M. Gartner, G.P. Denbeaux, D.T Atwood, Observation of the nanostructure of cement hydration by soft x-ray transmission microscopy, Nanotechnology in Construction, edited by P.J.M. Bartos, J.J. Hughes, P. Trtik, and W. Zhu, The Royal Society of Chemistry, pp.101-104, 2004.

41. Amick, Hal; Monteiro, Paulo J.M. A "toolbox" of damping treatments for concrete structures, Proceedings of the Structures Congress and Exposition, Metropolis and Beyond - Proceedings of the 2005 Structures Congress and the 2005 Forensic Engineering Symposium, 2005, p 1691-1702.

42. Amick, H., Monteiro, P.J.M. Modification of concrete damping properties for vibration control in technology facilities, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 5933, art. no. 59330Q, pp. 1-12 

43. Zhang, J., Harvey, J., Monteiro, P.J.M., Ali, A., Effect of cement type and curing conditions on flexural strength of concrete or pavement slabs, Proceedings of the International Conference on Concrete for Transportation Infrastructure, pp. 103-110, 2005.

44. P. J.M. Monteiro, A. P. Kirchheim, S. Chae, P. Fischer, A. A. MacDowell, E. Schaible, S. M. Clark, M. A. Marcus, Cement and Concrete Research Using X-rays at the Advanced Light Source in Berkeley, Invited Paper, Proceeding of the 3rd International Symposium "Sustainability in Cement and Concrete", Istanbul 2007.

45. P.J.M. Monteiro, A.P. Kirchheim, S. Chae, P. Fischer, A.A. MacDowell, E. Schaible, H.R. Wenk Understanding the Nano and Micro Structure of Concrete to Improve its Durability, 2nd Canadian Conference on Effective Design of Structures, CCEDS II - Sustainability of Civil Engineering Structures, Invited Paper, 2008.

46. A. Seppänen, K. Karhunen, A. Lehikoinen, P.J.M. Monteiro and J.P. Kaipio: “Adaptive Meshing Approach to Locating Internal Metals with Electrical Resistance Tomography”, In proceedings of 5th. European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008), Venice, Italy, June 30 – July 5, 2008.

47. K. Karhunen, A. Seppänen, A. Lehikoinen, P.J.M. Monteiro and J.P. Kaipio: “Crack identification in concrete with Electrical Resistance Tomography”, In proceedings of 5th. European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008), Venice, Italy, June 30 – July 5, 2008.

48. A. Seppänen, K. Karhunen, A. Lehikoinen, J.P. Kaipio and P.J.M. Monteiro: ”Electrical resistance tomography imaging of concrete”, In proceedings of 2nd international Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting, Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-0-415-46850-3, pp. 571-577, Cape Town, South Africa, November 24 – 26, 2008.

49. K. Karhunen, A. Seppänen, A. Lehikoinen, J.P. Kaipio and P.J.M. Monteiro: ”Locating reinforcing bars in concrete with Electrical Resistance Tomography”, In proceedings of 2nd international Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting, Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-0-415-46850-3, pp. 563-569, Cape Town, South Africa, November 24 – 26, 2008.

50. P.J.M. Monteiro, Characterizing the Nano and Micro Structure of Concrete to Improve its Durability, Nanotechnologia en el Hormigon y Hormigones Autocompactantes, Jornada Tecnica, Barcelona 2009.

51. P. J. M. Monteiro, M. Mancio, A. P. Kirchheim, R. Chae, J. Ha, P. Fischer, and T. Tyliszczak, Soft X‐ray Microscopy of Green Cements, THE 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON X‐RAY MICROSCOPY, Chicago, 2010.

52. Freezing in Porous Materials: A short tribute to Olivier Coussy novelty, Mechanics and Physics of Porous Solids (MPPS), 2011.

53. Ha, J., Chae, S. and Monteiro, P.J.M., Chou, K.W. and Tyliszczak, T., Characterization of C-S-H using an advanced synchrotron based spectroscopic technique: study on the effects of polymers on C-S-H nanostructures using scanning transmission X-ray microscopy, 13th International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement, Madrid, 2011

 

Reports

1. Effect of Condensed Silica Fume on the Steel-Concrete Bond (with O.E. Gjorv and P.K. Mehta), SESM Report 86/02, U.C. Berkeley (1986).

2.  Performance Analysis of Lightweight Mortar (with P. Helene,  J. Quinones, D. Trejo, K. Wang),  SEMM Report 92/10,  U.C. Berkeley (1992).

3.  Morpholgy,  Mechanical Behavior and Corrosion Resistance of Dual Phase Fe-2Si-0.1C-0.1Nb Steel (with X. Wang, L. Tang, D. Trejo and G. Thomas),  LBL Report No.  32527 (1992).

4.  BUMP:  Bayesian Updating of Model Parameters (with P. Geyskens and A. D. Kiureghian),  SEMM Report 93/06,  U.C. Berkeley (1993).

5.  Durability and Integrity of Marble (with J. M. Cohen),  SEMM Report 93/13,  U.C.  Berkeley (1993).

6.  Mechanisms of Alkali-Aggregate Reaction (with M.  Prezzi,  J.T.F. Thomas,  R. M.  Bittencourt),  SEMM Report 95/02,  U.C. Berkeley  (1995).

7.  Durability,  Tomography, and Repair of Reinforced Concrete (with M. Prezzi, K. Wang, and V. Ghio),  SEMM Report 95/11,  U.C.  Berkeley (1995).

8.  High Performance Concrete: Significance of Surface Chemistry to Durability, (with K.E. Kurtis, P.K. Mehta) Proceedings for the U.S.A. and Australia Workshop on Application of High Performance Concrete Including Marine Structures, Sydney, August 1997.

9. Effect of Chemical Additives on Alkali-Silica Reaction Gel Expansion in Concrete as Observed by Transmission X-ray Microscopy, (with K.E. Kurtis, P.J.M. Monteiro, F. Rodrigues, J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse) Materials Research Society, 1998 Spring Meeting Proceedings, San Francisco, April 1998.

10. Mechanisms of Damage Caused by Sulfate Attack Examined through Transmission X-ray Microscopy, K.E. Kurtis, P.J.M Monteiro, J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse, ALS Compendium of User Abstracts and Technical Reports 1997, LBL-41658, 1998.

11.  Effect of Chemical Additives on the Alkali-Silica Reaction Product Examined by Transmission Soft X-ray Microscopy, (with K.E. Kurtis,  J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse, ALS Compendium of User Abstracts, 1999.)

12. Analysis of durability of advanced cementitious materials for rigid pavement construction in California (with  Kimberly E. Kurtis Pavement Research Center, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 59p, 1999.

13. Accelerated test for measuring sulfate resistance of hydraulic cements for Caltrans LLPRS  Program (with Kurtis, Harvey, Shomglin)  Pavement Research Center, Institute  of Transportation Studies, [University of California at Berkeley,  2000 viii, 38 p.

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY

 

Professor Paulo J. M. Monteiro

 

Department of Civil Engineering, University of California

721 Davis Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720

 

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. (1985): Department of Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics (SESM), University of California at Berkeley.

Master of Science in Engineering (1981): Department of Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering and Structural Mechanics (SESM), University of California at Berkeley.

Civil Engineer (1979): Escola Politecnica da Universidade de Sao Paulo.

 

POSITIONS HELD

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley (1994-present).

Faculty Scientist, Department of Materials, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (2008-present)

Group Head, Structural Engineering, Mechanics, and Materials (2002-6).

Vice-Chair, Technical Services, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley (1993-96).

Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley (1990-94).

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley (1987-90).

Consulting Engineer for the Grupo de Cimento Paraiso (1986).

Post Graduate Research Engineer (1985) Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.

Research Assistant (1980-85) at the Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.

 

Ph.D. THESIS

Microstructure of Concrete and its Influence on the Mechanical Properties.  University of California Berkeley, 1985.

 

AWARDS

Roy W. Carlson Distinguished Professor (2008-present), Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.

Honra ao Merito Award (2010) from IBRACON.

Guest Professor (2010) at Wuhan University of Technology

Premio Ari Torres (2005), highest award for concrete research given by the Brazilian Concrete Institute.

Brunauer Award (2004) from the American Ceramics Society.

Wason Medal for Materials Research, (2003) from the American Concrete Institute.

Livre Docente  (1993) from the University of São Paulo, Brazil.

Presidential Young Investigator (1989-94), National Science Foundation.

Roy W. Carlson Distinguished Professor (1987-88), Department of Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.

Royal Norwegian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Fellowship (1992), Norway.

British Council Fellowship, Imperial College, University of London (1988-89).

Carlson-Polivka Fellowship (1985) given by the Department of Civil Engineering, U.C. Berkeley.

Willian & Helena Popert Fellowship (1984): given by the Department of Civil Engineering, U.C. Berkeley.

Rotary Foundation Fellowship (1980-1981) for MS degree at U.C. Berkeley.

 

RESEARCH POSITIONS

Invited Researcher at the Department of Materials Science, Imperial College (University of London) by the British Council (Summers 88, 89) to study alkali-aggregate reaction.

Post Graduate Research Engineer  (June to December 85)  with the following duties  and responsibilities:  (1) Conduct research on the microstructure of concrete.  (2) Study the microcracking and the composite nature of  mortar using acoustic wave measurements and mathematical  modeling.  (3) Study irreversible phenomena during the expansion of concrete.

Research Assistant (June 80 to June 85) at the  UCB Civil Engineering Department to research the following topics:  (1) Viscoelastic behavior of concrete,  (2) Cryogenic concrete,  (3) Microstructure and micromechanics of concrete.

University Paul Sabatier, France ( Winter 1982) to study the rock-cement paste interface.

Petrobras (Brazilian Petroleum Company, Summer 1982)  to develop API cement for oil well cementing  and to study concrete for off-shore platforms.

Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnologicas (Brazilian Research Institute, 1978-1980) to study cracking and failure of concrete.

 

RECENT CONSULTING WORK

Member of the Technical Board for Calera Co.

Chair of the Technical Board for CalStar cement (2007-2009)

APA/Chevron: Storage tanks

FURNAS Centrais Electricas: concrete large dams constructed using roller compacted concrete.

Irape Consortium: feasibility study of using pyrite in a large concrete dam

Morley Contractors: development of the concrete used in the Los Angeles Cathedral.

Caltrans: Litigation of the Paso Robles bridge.

ARPA: Modeling of the creep data for the concrete used in the new Bay Bridge.

Termite: for the production of two videos for the Discovery Channel (Roman Concrete and Troy).

 

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

American Concrete Institute (ACI)

Chi Epsilon

United States Committee on Large Dams (USCOLD)

 

MEMBER OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Cement and Concrete Research

Revista Ingenieria de Construccion

International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials

 

PRESENT Ph.D. STUDENTS

Sejung Rosie Chae: Soft x-ray imaging

Cagla Meral: Alkali-Silica Reaction (Prof. Ostertag, co-advisor)

Seyoon Yoon: Chloride Ingress in Concrete

Kamel Celik: Green Concrete

Pierre Itty: Synchrotron radiation to study concrete

Ju-hyuk Moon: High-Pressure Studies

Bae Sung Chul: Durability of Concrete

Craig Hagis: Green Cements

 

FORMER Ph.D. STUDENTS

1.  Jy-An Wang  (1987): "A Modified Direct Method for the Calculation of the Elastic Properties of Composite Materials"  (Prof. J. Lubliner, co-chairman).

2.  Vladimir A. Paulon  (1991):  “Microstruture of the Aggregate-Cement Paste Transition Zone” (at University of Sao Paulo).

3.  Vassilis P.  Panoskanis  (1992):  “Rate Effect in the Constitutive Modeling of Concrete and Geomaterials Including Plasticity and Damage” (Prof. Lubliner, co-chair).

4.  Virgilio A. Ghio  (1993):  “The Rheology of Fresh Concrete and Its Effect on the Shotcrete Process”.

5.  K. Shyu (1993):  “Nodal-based discontinuous Deformation Analysis”.

6.  C. T. Chang  (1994):  “Nonlinear Dynamic Discontinuous Deformation Analysis with Finite Element Meshed Block System”.

7.  Kamran Nemati (1994):  “Generation and Interaction of Compressive Stress-Induced Microcracks in Concrete”.

8.  Kejin Wang (1994): “Expansion-Related Concrete Deterioration:  Interaction  Between Microstructure,  Chemistry and Performance”.

9.  Monica Prezzi (1995):  “Analysis of the Mechanisms of Concrete Deterioration”.

10.  Denise Del Molin (1995):  High Strength Concrete (at University of Sao Paulo)

11.  David Trejo (1997): Microstructural design and electrochemical evaluation of Fe/2Si/0.1C dual-phase ferritic Martensitic steel for concrete reinforcement

12.  Kim Kurtis (1998), Transmission Soft X-ray Microscopy of the Alkali-Silica Reaction

13.  Chun-Liang Lin  (1999), Compressive Strength of Continuous Fiber-Reinforced Composites, Prof. Hari Dharan, co-chair.

14. Beverly P. DiPaolo (2000), An experimental investigation on the axial crush of a thin-walled, stainless steel box component, Prof. Gronsky, co-chair.

15. David J. Corr (2001), A Microscopic Study of Ice Formation and Propagation in Concrete.

16. J. Zhang (2002):  Non invasive surface measurement of the corrosion impedance of rebar in concrete.

17. Hal Amick (2004), Concrete Damping Properties and Their Modifications, 2004.

18. Kome Shomglin (2004), Susceptibility of Deformed Granitic Rocks of the Santa Rosa Mylonite Zone to the Alkali Silica Reaction in Concrete, Prof. Rudy Wenk (co-advisor)

19. Nicole P. Hasparyk (2005), Investigation of concrete affected by the alkali-silica reaction, Prof. D. Dal Molin (co-advisor), University Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

20. Ana Paula Kirchheim (2008), Characterization of the hydration of cubic and orthorhombic tricalcium aluminate, Prof. D. Dal Molin (co-advisor), University Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

21. Cruz Carlos (2008), Microscopic Observations of Internal Frost Damage and Salt Scaling

22. Fariborz Vossoughi (2008), Assessing Impact Resistance of Concrete-Based Materials, Prof Ostertag (co-advisor).

23. Mauricio Mancio (2009), Electrochemical and in-situ Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopic (SERS) Study of Passive Films Formed on Low-Carbon Steel in Highly Alkaline Environments, Prof. Devine (co-advisor)

24. Jae-En Oh (2009),

 

RESEARCH WITH VISITING SCHOLARS AT BERKELEY

Juyoung Ha, 2008-current, Post-Doc, Spectromicroscopy

Mauricio Mancio, 2008-current, Post-Doc, Corrosion of Concrete

Sezen Soyer, 2010, PostDoc, Pair Distribution Functions

Jae-En Oh, 2009-2011, PostDoc, High pressure physics of crystals

Hailong Wang, 2009-current, Visiting Scholar, Durability of Concrete

Wei Shi, 2009-2010, Visiting Scholar, Geopolymers

Kamile Tosun, 2009-2010, Post-Doc, Durability of Concrete

Lawrie Skinner, 2009, Post-Doc, Pair Distribution Function

Yelena Shvets, 2007-2008, Post-Doc, Modeling of Porous Media

Se-Jin Choi, SAMPYO Corporation, Korea, 2007-2008, Geopolymers

Shiyun XIAO, Visiting Scholar, Dalian University (China), 2007, Micromechanics

Moh Boulfiza, University of Saskatchewan, 2007, Prediction models for concrete

Ssang-Sun Jun, Pusan National University, 2006-2008, Alkali-Silica Reaction.

Ichiro Kono (Toyota National College of Technology, 2005-2006) Durability of Concrete

Hakan Nuri Atahan (Visiting Scholar, University of Turkey, 2004-2005), Ice formation in concrete

Olivier Coussy (Miller Professor, Navier Institute, 2004), Cryosuction in concrete

Vladimir Paulon (Universidade de Campinas, 2004), Alkali-silica reaction

Ravindra Gettu (University of Catalonia, 2004), Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Jorge Crempion (University of Chile, 2004) Structural Engineering

Denise Silva (Post-doc, Federal University of St. Catarina 2003-04), polymers in concrete

T. Saeki (Post-doc, Nigata University), durability of concrete

Hong Rhim (Yonsei University, 2002-2003), NDE of concrete

Rogério de Oliveira Rodrigues, (UNESP University, 2001-02), Damage in Dams

Maria Garcia Junger (post-doc, 2001-02); X-ray microscopy

Kwang M. Lee, (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, 2001-02), Modeling of Concrete

Jaesuk Ryou, (Post-doc, 2000-02), Corrosion of Concrete

Nadia Segre (Post-doc, 2000-01), Surface chemistry

L. Turanli (Metu University, 1999-2000): ASR

J. Wang (National Central University, 1999-2000): modeling of concrete

O. Nielsen (Chalmers University, 1999): durability of concrete

H. Kwon (Yeungram University, Korea, 1999-2000): repair of concrete

Gordon Vrdoljak (Post-doc, 1998-99): atomic force microscope

S. Go  (Pukyong National University, South Korea):  ice propagation (1998-99)

T. Noguchi  (University of Tokyo):  high-strength concrete (1997-98)

Flavio Rodrigues (Post-doc, University of Campinas):  surface chemistry (1996-98)

H. Fujiwara (Nihon Cement Company): cement production (1997-98)

Young Su Kim  Korea:  non-destructive methods  (1995-97)

Kamran Nemati (Post-Doc, 1995-98):  high-strength concrete

Melanie Lutz (Presidential Post-Doctoral Fellow, UCB): micromechanics of concrete (1995-97)

Reinhard Piltner (VDI Dusseldorf,  Germany): finite element methods for fracture mechanics. (1992-95)

João Hanai  (University of São Carlos,  Brazil): durability of ferrocement.

Paulo Helene (Escola Politécnica of University of São Paulo,  Brazil): concrete mix proportioning. (1992-94)

Shingo Miyazawa (Hiroshima University, Japan):  autogenous volume change (1993-94)

Sung Hoo Kang (Dongshin University,  Korea): fracture mechanics of concrete. (1992)

Abla Zayed (University of South Florida,  Tampa): the aggregate-cement paste transition zone. (1989)

Karen Scrivener (Imperial College, London University): alkali-aggregate reaction. (1988)

 

RECENT SPONSORED RESEARCH

Green Concrete and Sustainable Construction: A Multi-scale Approach ($ 8 Million), 2008-2015, KAUST.

Identification of Reactive Aggregates Using Neutron Diffraction and Development of Methods to Reduce the Alkali-silica Reaction Expansion, (Wenk, co-PI), $220,000, NSF, 2006-2010.

Minimization of the Stresses Generated by ICE Formation in Concrete, (Wenk, co-PI), NSF, $355,601, 2003-06.

Donation from Concrete Damp ($25,000), 2005.

Expansive Cements U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation, CRDF, ($67,000 – 13,000 for Berkeley and 54,000 for the Armenian University), 2005-2007.

Fundamental and Applied Research on Corrosion of Reinforced Concrete, NSF and FHWA, $310,000, expiration 2004.

 

 

INVITED LECTURES (LAST 3 YEARS)

  • Nanotechnology of Concrete:   A Key Step in the Development of a Sustainable Construction Material, UCLA Distinguished Lecture Series in Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 2012.
  • Green Cement: Microscopy under 10nm Resolution, COSMIC Workshop at the Advanced Light Source, 2011.
  • Use of Synchrotron Radiation to Study C-S-H, Workshop Sinergia on C-S-H Meso to Atomistic Structure, Lausanne, 2011
  • X-ray microscopy of green cements, Center of nanostructure materials, CNN/APS meeting, Argonne National Lab., 2011.
  • Use of Synchrotron Radiation to Study Cement-Based Materials. CODEX Symposium, Florence, 2011.
  • Nanotechnology for cement-based materials, Special lecture at the University of Firenze, Florence, 2011.
  • Microscopy of concrete exposed to freezing conditions, Olivier Coussy Symposium, Paris, 2011.
  • Advances in concrete characterization, Ecole Polytechnique at Lausanne, 2010.
  • Lecture for receiving the Honra ao Merito Award from IBRACON, Brazil, 2010.
  • Xray Imaging: From Tomography to Nanotomography, CONSEC, Mexico, 2010.
  • High-resolution soft x-ray imaging of cements, Tenth International Conference on X-ray Microscopy, Chicago, 2010.
  • Lectures at Wuhan University, China, as Guest Professor, 2010.
  • Latest advances in nanoscopic analysis of cementitious materials, Lafarge workshop, Lyon, 2010.
  • Characterizing the Nano and Micro Structure of Concrete to Improve its Durability , Nanotechnologia en el Hormigon y Hormigones Autocompactantes, Jornada Tecnica, Barcelona, Spain 2009.

·       Characterization of cementitious materials using X-ray synchrotron radiation, Challenges and promises of multi-scale modelling schemes for cementitious materials, Bilbao, Spain, 2009.

·       Green Concrete and Sustainable Construction: A Multi-Scale Approach, Sustainable Cement and Concrete Technology, Seoul, Korea, 2009.

·       Measuring the Mechanical Properties of Cement Paste Hydration Products, Fundamental understanding of cementitious materials for improved chemical, physical and aesthetic performance, Nanocem, Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland, 2009.

 

Patents

1. Paulo Monteiro and Frank Morrison “Non-Destructive Method of Determining the Position and Condition of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete”, US Patent 5,855,721 (1999).

2. Brent R. Constantz, Laurence Clodic, Cecily Ryan, Miguel Fernandez, Kasra Farsad, Sidney Omeron, Plilip Tuet, Paulo Monteiro, Gordon E. Brown, Katharine Geramita. "Production of Carbonate-Containing Compositions from Material Comprising Metal Silicates", US Patent US 7,749,476 B2 (2010).

3. Brent R. Constantz, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Miguel Fernandez, Katharine Geramita, Karin Yaccato, Methods and Systems for Utilizing Waste Sources of Metal Oxides, Patent No. 7,754,169 B2 (2010).

 

PUBLICATIONS

Books

1.  Concrete:  Structure,  Properties,  and Materials (with P.K. Mehta),  548 pages Prentice Hall, (1993). [Translated to Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, and Persian]

2.  Mechanical Modeling of the Transition Zone, Chapter 4 in “Interfacial Transition Zone in Concrete”,  edited by J. C. Maso,  E & FN SPON,  (1995).

3.     Computer Tomography of Reinforced Concrete (with C.Y.Pichot and K. Belkebir),  Chapter 12,  Materials Science of Concrete,  American Ceramics Society (1998).

4.     The elastic moduli of concrete, Handbook of Elastic Properties of Solids, Liquids and Gases edited by Levy, Bass, and Stern, Volume II: Elastic Properties of Solids: Theory, Elements, and Compounds, Novel Materials, Technological Materials, Alloys, and Building Materials, Academic Press, pp. 393-411, (2001)

5.     Long Term Durability of Structural Materials (edited with K.P. Chong, J. Larsen-Basse, K. Komvopoulos),  Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK. (2001).

6.     Concrete:  Microstructure,  Properties,  and Materials (with P.K. Mehta),  McGraw-Hill, third edition (2006).

 

Refereed Journals

A.        Archival Journals

1.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Mehta, "Ettringite Formation on the Aggregate-Cement Paste Interface," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 15, 1985, pp. 378-380.

2.   Monteiro, P.J.M., S. J. Bastacky and T.L. Hayes, "Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscope Analysis of the Portland Cement Paste Early Hydration," Cem. Concr. Res, vol. 15, 1985, pp. 687-693.

3.   Monteiro, P.J.M., O.E. Gjorv and P.K. Mehta, "Microstructure of the Steel-Cement Paste Interface in the Presence of Chloride," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 15, 1985, pp. 781-784.

4.   Monteiro, P.J.M., J.C. Maso and J.P. Ollivier, "The Aggregate-Mortar Interface," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 15, 1985, pp. 953-958.

5.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Mehta, "The Transition Zone Between Aggregate and Type K Expansive Cement," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, pp. 111-114.

6.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and J. Lubliner, "Effect of Stress on the Irreversible Expansion of Concrete,"Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, p. 119.

7.   D. Pirtz, K.Thomas and P.J.M Monteiro, "Stress Relaxation:  Comparison of Measured and Computed Values," ACI Journal, vol. 83, 1986, pp. 432-437.

8.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Mehta, "Interaction Between Carbonate Rock and Cement Paste," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, pp. 127-134.

9.   Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Monteiro, A Reply to Discussion of the Paper "Interaction Between Carbonate Rock and Cement Paste," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, p. 974.

10. R.W. Zimmerman, P.J.M Monteiro, and M.S. King, "The Elastic Moduli of Mortar as a Porous-Granular Material," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 16, 1986, pp. 239-245.

11. Monteiro, P.J.M. and W.P. Andrade "Analysis of the Rock-Cement Paste Bond Using Probabilistic Treatment of Brittle Strength," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 17, 1987, pp. 919-926.

12. R.J. Detwiler, P.J.M Monteiro, H. Wenk and Z. Zhong,  "Texture of Calcium Hydroxide Near the Cement Paste-Aggregate Interface," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 18, 1988, pp. 823-829.

13.  J.A. Wang, P.J.M Monteiro and J. Lubliner, "Effect of Ice Formation on the Elastic Moduli  of Cement Paste and Mortar," Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 18, no. 6, 1988, pp. 874-885.

14. Monteiro, P.J.M. and M.S. King, "Experimental Studies of Elastic Wave Propagation in High-Strength Mortar," ASTM Journal, vol. 10, no. 2, 1988, pp. 68-74.

15. P.K. Mehta and P.J.M Monteiro, "Blended and Modified Cements,” State of the Art 1987, Cement Research Progress, American Ceramics Society, 1988.

16. Monteiro, P.J.M., O.E. Gjorv, and P.K. Mehta, "Effect of Condensed Silica Fume on the Steel-Cement Paste Transition Zone," Cem. Concr. Res, vol. 19, no. 1, 1989, pp. 114-123.

17. J. Ju, P.J.M Monteiro and A. Rashed, "Continuum Damage of Cement Paste and Mortar as Affected by Porosity and Sand Concentration,” Journal of Engineering Mechanics, ASCE, vol. 115, no. 1, 1989, pp. 105-130.

18. A.I. Rashed, P.J.M Monteiro, J. Bastacky and T.L. Hayes, "Ice in Cement Paste as Analyzed in the Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscope,” Cem. Concr. Res., vol. 19, 1989, pp. 306-314.

19.  Monteiro, P.J.M. and C.P. Ostertag, "Analysis of the Aggregate-Cement Paste Interface Using Grazing Incidence X-Ray Scattering," Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 19, 1989, pp.987‑988.

20. Monteiro, P.J.M. and J. Lubliner, "A Generalized Continuum Theory for Concrete," Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 19, 1989, pp. 929-938.

21. A. Mor, P.J.M Monteiro and W. Hester, "Observations of Healing of Cracks in High-Strength Lightweight Concrete," Cement, Concrete and Aggregate, Vol. 11, No. 2, 1989, pp. 121-125.

 22. A. Rashed, P.J.M Monteiro, R. Williamson and J. Bastacky, "The Morphology of Air-Entrained Voids at Early Ages” Cement, Concrete and Aggregate, Vol. 11, No. 2, 1989, pp. 126-128.

23. Monteiro, P.J.M. and P.K. Mehta, "Blended and Modified Cements," State of the Art 1988, Cement Research Progress, American Ceramics Society, Chapter 8, 1989, pp. 214-245.

24. O.E. Gjørv, P.J.M Monteiro and P.K. Mehta, "Effect of Condensed Silica Fume on the Steel-Concrete Bond," ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 87, November-December 1990, pp. 573-580.

25. A.I. Rashed, P.J.M Monteiro, J. Bastacky and T.L. Hayes, "A Discussion of the Paper `Ice in Cement Paste as Analyzed in the Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscope,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol 20, 1990, pp. 495-496.

26. Monteiro, P.J.M. and C. Human, "Blended and Modified Cements,” State of the Art 1989 Cement Research Progress, American Ceramic Society, Chapter 7, 1990, pp. 173-214.

27. P.J. Perie and P.J.M Monteiro, "Determination of Fracture Mechanism by Microscopic Observation of Cracks,” Int. J. of Rock Mech. Min. Sci. & Geomech. Abstr., Vol. 28, No. 1, 1991, pp. 83-84.

28. Monteiro, P.J.M., J. Asselanis and W. MacCracken, "Investigation of the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of the Structural Materials of the I‑880 Double-Deck Viaduct,” ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 88, May-June 1991, pp. 288-293.

29. J. Cohen and P.J.M Monteiro, "Durability and Integrity of Marble Cladding: A State of the Art Review,” ASCE Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, May 1991, pp. 113-124.

30. K.A. Heiskanen, P.J.M Monteiro and H.C. Rhim, "Computer Simulations of Limited Angle Tomography of Reinforced Concrete,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 21, 1991, pp. 625-634.

31. Monteiro, P.J.M., "A Note on the Hirsch Model," Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 21, 1991, pp. 947‑950.

32. C.A. Human and P.J.M Monteiro, "Blended and Modified Cements,” State of the Art 1990, Cement Research Progress, American Ceramic Society, Chapter 6, 1991, pp. 167-200.

33. A.U. Nilsen and P.J.M Monteiro, "Concrete: A Three Phase Material,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 23, 1993, pp. 147‑151.

34. H.E. Martz, D.J. Schneberk, G.P. Roberson and P.J.M Monteiro, "Computerized Tomography Analysis of Reinforced Concrete,” ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 90, No. 3, May-June 1993, pp. 259-264.

35.  Monteiro, P.J.M., "Blended and Modified Cements,” State of the Art 1991, Cement Research Progress, American Ceramic Society, 1993.

36. Monteiro, P.J.M., Helene and Kang, “Designing Concrete Mixtures for Strength, Elastic Modulus and FractureEnergy,” Rilem Journal, Vol. 26, No. 162, 1993.

37. A.U. Nilsen and P.J.M Monteiro, “A Reply to Discussion of the Paper Concrete: A Three Phase Material,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 24, 1994.

38.  V. Ghio, P.J.M Monteiro and L. Demsetz, “The Rheology of Fresh Cement Paste Containing Polysaccharide Gums,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 24, 1994.

39.  O. Gjorv, K. Tan and P.J.M Monteiro, “Effect of Elevated Curing temperature on the Chloride Permeability of High-Strength Lightweight Concrete,” CCA Journal, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1994.

40. D. Trejo, P.J.M Monteiro, G. Thomas and X. Wang, “Mechanical Properties and Corrosion Susceptibility of Dual Phase Steel in Concrete,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 24, 1245, 1994.

41. Monteiro, P.J.M.,  “A Reply to Discussion designing Concrete Mixtures for Strength, Elastic Modulus and Fracture Energy,” Rilem Journal, 1994.

42.  K. Scrivener and P.J.M Monteiro, “The Alkali-Silica Reaction in Monolithic Opal,” Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 77, pp. 2849, 1994.      

43.  V. Ghio, P.J.M Monteiro and O. Gjorv, “Effect of Polysaccharide Gums on Fresh Concrete Properties,” ACI Journal, Vol. 91, pp. 600, 1994.

44.  A.U. Nielsen, P.J.M Monteiro and O. Gjorv, “Quality Determination of Lightweight Aggregate,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 24, pp. 1423-1427, 1994.

45.  A.U. Nielsen, P.J.M Monteiro and O. Gjorv, “Estimation of the Elastic Moduli of Lightweight Aggregate,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 276, 1995.

46.  C.T. Chang and P.J.M Monteiro, “The Elastic Moduli of Calcium Hydroxide,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 25, No. 8, pp. 1605, 1995.

47.  S. Miyazawa and P.J.M Monteiro, “Volume Change of High-Strength Concrete in Moist Conditions,” Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 26, pp. 567, 1996.

48.  C.T. Chang, K. Nemati, K. Shyu and P.J.M Monteiro, “Behavior of Marble under Compression,” ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, pp. 157, 1996.

49.  K. Wang, P.J.M Monteiro, B. Rubinsky and A. Arav, “Microscopic Study of Ice Propagation in Concrete,” ACI Journal, Vol. 93, pp. 370, 1996.

50.  M. Prezzi, P. Geyskens, and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Reliability Approach to Service-Life Prediction of Concrete Exposed to Marine Environments,” ACI Materials Journal, V93 N6, 544, (1996). 

51.  M. Prezzi, Monteiro, P. J. M., and G. Sposito, “Alkali-Silica Reaction - Part 1:  Use of the Double-Layer Theory to Explain the Behavior of the Reaction Product Gels,” ACI Journal,  V94 , 10, (1997). 

52. V. Ghio, and P.J.M. Monteiro,  “Bond Strength of Reinforcing Bars in Reinforced Shotcrete,” ACI Materials Journal, MAR-APR, V94 N2: 111-118,  (1997).

53. D. Trejo, Monteiro, P. J. M., and G. Thomas, “Development of Steels for Improved Performance in Reinforced Concrete, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, V9 N1, 1, (1997).

54. Melanie P. Lutz, Monteiro, P. J. M., and Robert W. Zimmerman, “Inhomogeneous Interfacial Transition Zone Model for the Bulk Modulus of Mortar,” CCR journal, V27 N7: 1113-1122 (1997).

55.          K. Nemati, and P.J.M. Monteiro,  “A new method to observe three-dimensional fractures in concrete using liquid metal porosimetry technique,” CCR Journal, V27 N9: 1333-1341, (1997).

56.          Monteiro, P. J. M., kejin wang, Garrison Sposito, Marcia C. dos Santos and W. Pacelli de Andrade, “Influence of Mineral Admixtures on the Alkali-Aggregate Reaction,” CCR Journal, V27 N12: 1899, (1997).

57. P. Geysken, A. Der Kiureghian, and P.J.M. Monteiro,  “Bayesian Prediction of the Elastic Modulus of Concrete,” ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, V124, N1:89, (1998).

58. M. Prezzi, Monteiro, P. J. M., and G. Sposito, “Alkali-Silica Reaction - Part 2: The Effect of Chemical Additives,” ACI Journal, JAN-FEB, V95 N1:3-10, (1998).

59. V. Ghio, P.J.M. Monteiro,  “The Effects of Polysaccharide Gum Additives on the Shotcrete Process,” ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 95, No.2, 152-157 (1998).

60. V. Ghio and P.J.M. Monteiro, A Reply to Discussion of the Paper, “Bond Strength of  Reinforcing Bars in Reinforced Shotcrete,” ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 95, No.2, 196-197 (1998).

61. E. Kurtis, Monteiro, P. J. M., J. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse, “Imaging of ASR Gel by Soft X-ray Microscopy,” CCR journal, V28 N3:411-421, (1998).

62. Monteiro, P.J.M., Wang, K., Sposito, G., dos Santos, M.C., and de Andrade, W. P., A Reply to Discussion of the Paper  "Influence of Mineral Admixtures on the Alkali-Aggregate Reaction", CCR Journal, Vol. 28, No. 8, p.1195, 1998. 

63. Cook, N.G.W., Monteiro, P.J.M. and K. Nemati, "A New Method for Studying Stress-Induced Microcracks in Concrete," ASCE Materials Journal, Vol.10, No. 3, pp.128-134, 1998. 

64. Nemati, K.M., Monteiro, P.J.M. and Scrivener, K.L., "Analysis of Compressive Stress-Induced Cracks in Concrete," ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 95, No. 5, p. 617, 1998.

65. Monteiro, P.J.M., Morrison, F., and Frangos, W., "Non-Destructive Measurement of Corrosion State of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete," ACI Materials Journal, Vol. 95, No. 6, pp. 704-709, Nov-Dec. 1998.

66. Rodrigues, F.A., and P.J.M. Monteiro, Sposito, G., "Surface Charge Density of Silica in Water-Acetone Mixtures," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Vol. 211, p. 408, 1999.

67. Wang, K., and P.J.M. Monteiro, "Optical Microscopy Analysis of Ice Formation and Propagation in Concrete," L'industria Italiana del Cemento, No. 739, p. 65, 1999.

68. Ghio, V. and P.J.M. Monteiro, A Reply to Discussion of the Paper “The Effects of Polysaccharide Gum Additives on the Shotcrete Process," ACI Materials Journal, Vol 96, No. 2, p. 271 1999.

69.  Rodrigues, F.A., Monteiro, P.J.M. and Sposito, G., "The Alkali-Aggregate Reaction: The Surface Charge Density of Silica and its Effect on the Expansive Pressure," CCR Journal, Vol. 29, p. 527, 1999.

70. Rodrigues, F.A. and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Hydrothermal synthesis of cements from rice hull ash,”Journal of Materials Science Letters, V18 (N19): 1551-1552, Oct. 1999.

71. Kurtis, K.E., P.J.M. Monteiro, J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse, “High resolution transmission soft X-ray microscopy of deterioration products developed in large concrete dams.” Journal of Microscopy-Oxford, V196 (PT3): 288-298, Dec, 1999.

72. Trejo, D., P.J.M. Monteiro, B. C. Gerwick and G.Thomas, “Microstructural design of concrete reinforcing bars for improved corrosion performance,” ACI Materials Journal, V97 (N1):78-83, Jan-Feb, 2000.

73. Kurtis, E., P.J.M. Monteiro and S. Madanat, “Empirical models to predict concrete expansion caused by sulfate attack. ACI Materials Journal, V97, 156, 2000; errata V97, 173, 2000.

74. Rodrigues, F. A., P.J.M. Monteiro and G. Sposito, A Reply to Discussion of the Paper, “The alkali-aggregate reaction: the surface charge density of silica and its effect on the expansive pressure” Cement and Concrete Research, V30(N3):503-504, (2000)

75. Harutyunyan, V.S., E.S. Abovyan, P.J.M. Monteiro, V.P. Mkrtchyan and M. Balyan, “Microstrain distribution in calcium hydroxide present in the interfacial transition zone,” CCR Journal, Cement and Concrete Research, V30, 709, 2000.

76. Piltner, R. and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Stress analysis of expansive reactions in concrete,” Cement and Concrete Research, V30, 843, 2000. 

77. Gartner, E., K.E. Kurtis and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Proposed mechanism of C-S-H growth tested by X-ray microscopy,” Cement and Concrete Research, V30 (N5): 817-822, 2000.

78. Kurtis, K.E., P.J.M. Monteiro and W. Meyer-Ilse, “Soft x-ray spectromicroscopy for in situ study of corrosion,” Journal of Corrosion Science, V42 (N8): 1327-1336, 2000.

79. Hasparyk, N.P., P.J.M. Monteiro and H. Carasek, “Effect of silica Fume and Rice husk ash on the alkali-silica reaction,” ACI Materials Journal, V97 (N4): 486-492, 2000.

80. Bittencourt, R.M., J.T.F. Fontoura, W. Pacelli de Andrade, and P.J.M. Monteiro, “A Method of Proportioning Mass Concrete Mixtures Based on Fineness Modulus and Geometrical Gradation,” Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, V13 (N1): 33-40, Jan-Feb 2001.

81. Monteiro, P.J.M., K. Shomglin, H.R. Wenk and Nicole P. Hasparyk, “Effect of Aggregate Deformation on the Alkali-Silica Reaction,” ACI Materials Journal, V98 (N2): 179-183, Mar-Apr 2001.

82. Corr, D., P.J.M. Monteiro and A. Der Kiureghian, “Sulfate attack of concrete: A  reliability analysis,” ACI Materials Journal, V98 (N2): 99-104, Mar-Apr 2001.

83. Zhang, J., P.J.M. Monteiro and F. Morrison, “Non-invasive surface measurement of the corrosion impedance of rebar in concrete. Part I: experimental results, ACI Materials Journal, V98 (N2): 116-125, Mar-Apr 2001.

84. Zhang, J. and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Validation of Resistivity spectra from reinforced concrete corrosion by Kramers-Kronig transformations,” Cement and Concrete Research, V31, 603-607, 2001.

85. Kurtis, K.E., K. Shomglin, P.J.M. Monteiro, J. Harvey, and J. Roesler, “Accelerated test for measuring sulfate resistance of calcium sulfoaluminate, calcium aluminate, and portland cements, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, V13 (N3):216-221, May-June 2001.

86. Turanli, L., K. Shomglin, C.P. Ostertag and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Reduction in alkali-silica expansion due to steel microfibers,” Cement and Concrete Research, V31 (N5): 825-827, May 2001.

87. Monteiro, P.J.M., C. P. Ostertag, U. Nielson and J. Cohen, “Fatigue susceptibility of marble,” Materials & Design Journal, 22, 393-398, 2001.

88. Rodrigues, F. A., P.J.M. Monteiro, and G. Sposito, “The alkali-silica reaction: the Effect of monovalent and bivalent cations on the surface charge of opal,” Cement and Concrete Research, V31, 1549-1552, 2001.

89. Celestino. T., R. Piltner, P.J.M. Monteiro and C.P. Ostertag, “Fracture mechanics of marble,” Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, V13 (N6): 407-411, Nov-Dec 2001.

90. Kurtis, K.E., C.L. Collins and P.J.M. Monteiro, “The surface chemistry of the alkali-silica reaction:  A critical evaluation and X-ray microscopy,” Concrete Science and Engineering, V4, pp 1-11, March 2002.

91. Corr, D.J., P.J.M. Monteiro and J. Bastacky, “Microscopic characterization of ice morphology in entrained air voids,” ACI Materials Journal, V99 (N2): 190-195, Mar-Apr 2002.

92. N. Segre, P.J.M. Monteiro, and G. Sposito, “Surface characterization of recycled tire rubber to be used in cement paste matrix,” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, V248, pp. 521-523, 2002.

93. Ryu, J.S. and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Effect of specific gravity of coarse aggregate on interfacial transition zone, permeability, and strength of concrete,” British Ceramic Transactions, V101 (N1):30-34, Feb 2002.

94. Zhang, J., P.J.M. Monteiro, and F. Morrison, “Non Invasive surface measurement of the corrosion impedance of rebar in concrete. Part II: forward modeling,” ACI Materials Journal, V99 (N3):242-249, May-June 2002.

95. Hashin, Z., P.J.M. Monteiro, An Inverse Method to Determine the Elastic Properties of the Interphase Between Aggregate Particles and Cement Paste Matrix, CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH, AUG, 2002, V32(N8):1291-1300 

96. Corr, DJ; Lebourgeois, J; Monteiro, PJM; Bastacky, SJ; Gartner, EM., Air void morphology in fresh cement pastes. CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH, JUL, 2002, V32(N7):1025-1031.

97. T.I Zohdi, P.J.M. Monteiro, and V. Lamour, Extraction of elastic moduli from granular compacts, International Journal of Fracture, 115, 49-54, 2002.

98. S. K. Deb, M. H. Manghnani, K. Ross, R. A. Livingston, P. J. M. Monteiro, Raman scattering and X-ray diffraction study of the thermal decomposition of an ettringite-group crystal, Phys Chem Minerals (2003) 30: 31 – 38.

99. F. A. Rodrigues, , P. J. M. Monteiro, and G. Sposito A Reply to Discussion of the Paper “The Alkali-silica Reaction: The Effect Of Monovalent And Bivalent Cations On The Surface Charge Of Opal, Cement and Concrete Research, 933-934, 2003.

100. Monteiro, P.J.M.  and K.E. Kurtis, Time to Failure for Concrete Exposed to Severe Sulfate Attack, Cement and Concrete Research, 33, 987-993, 2003.

101. K.E. Kurtis and P.J.M. Monteiro, Chemical additives to control expansion of alkali-silica reaction gel: proposed mechanisms of control, Journal of Materials Science, 38, 2027-2036, (2003).

102. M.C.G. Juenger, V. Lamour, P.J.M. Monteiro, E.M.Gartner, G.P. Denbeaux Direct Observation of Cement Hydration by X-ray microscopy Journal of Materials Science Letters 22, 2003, 1335 – 1337.

103. D.J. Corr, P.J.M. Monteiro, J. Bastacky, Ice Lens Formation and Frost Heave in Young Portland Cement Paste”, V. 33, 10, 1531-1538, 2003

104. L. Turanli, F. Bektas, P.J.M. Monteiro,  Use of Ground Clay Brick as a Pozzolanic Material to Reduce the Alkali-Silica Reaction” V. 33, 10, 1539-1542, 2003.

105. Hubbard SS. Zhang JY. Monteiro PJM. Peterson JE. Rubin Y. Experimental detection of reinforcing bar corrosion using nondestructive geophysical techniques.  ACI Materials Journal. 100(6):501-510, 2003 Nov-Dec.

106. Harutyunyan VS. Abovyan ES. Monteiro PJM. X-ray diffraction investigations of deformations and dislocation configuration in calcium hydroxide crystallites of concrete. Physica Status Solidi A-Applied Research. 200(2):307-325, 2003 Dec.106.

107. Harutyunyan VS. Abovyan ES. Monteiro PJM. Mkrtchyan VP. Balyan MK. Aivazyan AP. X-ray diffraction investigations of microstructure of calcium hydroxide crystallites in the interfacial transition zone of concrete. Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 86(12):2162-2166, 2003 Dec.

108. K. Shomglin, L. Turanli, H. -R. Wenk, P. J. M. Monteiro and G. Sposito The effects of potassium and rubidium hydroxide on the alkali–silica reaction, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume 33, Issue 11, November 2003, Pages 1825-1830

109. B.P. DiPaolo, P. J. M. Monteiro, and R. Gronsky, Quasi-static axial crush response of a thin-wall, stainless steel box component, International Journal of Solids and Structures 41(14):3707-3733, 2004.

110. J. Zhang, P. J. M. Monteiro, and F. Morrison, M. Mancio, Non Invasive Surface Measurement of the Corrosion Impedance of Rebar in Concrete. Part III: Effect of Geometry and Material Properties, ACI materials journal, Vol 101, No. 4, 273, 2004.

111. J.Ryou and P.J.M. Monteiro, Electrodeposition as a rehabilitation method for concrete materials, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Volume 31, Number 5, 776-781, 2004.

112. V. A. Paulon, D. Dal Molin, P.J.M. Monteiro, Statistical analysis of the effect of mineral admixtures on the strength of the interfacial transition zone, Interface Science Journal, 12 399-410, 2004.

113. David J. Corr, Maria C. G. Juenge, Paulo J. M. Monteiro, J. Bastacky, Investigating Entrained Air Voids and Portland Cement Hydration with Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy, 26 (2004) 1007–1012, Cement and Concrete Composites.

114. M.C.G. Juenger, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, E.M.Gartner, G.P. Denbeau, A soft x-ray microscope investigation into the effects of calcium chloride on tricalcium silicate hydration  Cement & Concrete Research. v 35 n 1 January 2005. p 19-25.

115.  P. J. M. Monteiro, P. R. L. Helene, I. V. Aoki, P. E. Barbosa, E. B. Monteiro INFLUENCE OF THE WATER-TO-CEMENT RATIO AND COVER THICKNESS ON THE CHLORIDE EXTRACTION OF CORRODED CONCRETE  ACI materials journal, Vol. 102, No. 1, 9-14, January 2005.

116. David Trejo and Paulo J. Monteiro, Corrosion Performance of Conventional Reinforcing Bars Embedded in Concrete and Exposed to Chloride Solution, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume 35, Issue 3, March 2005, Pages 562-571.

117. D. A. Silva and P. J. M. Monteiro, Hydration evolution of C3S–EVA composites analyzed by soft X-ray microscopy, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume 35, Issue 2, February 2005, Pages 351-357

118. Xiaoqiang Hou, Leslie J. Struble, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, R. James Kirkpatrick, Structural Investigations of Alkali Silicate Gels, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY 88 (4): 943-949 APR 2005.

119. T Saeki and P. J. M. Monteiro, A model to predict the amount of calcium hydroxide in concrete containing mineral admixtures Cement and Concrete Research, v 35, n 10, October, 2005, p 1914-1921

120. D.A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, ESEM analysis of polymeric film in EVA-modified cement paste, Cement and Concrete Research 35 (10): 2047-2050 OCT 2005.

121. D.A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, Analysis of C3A hydration using soft X-rays transmission microscopy: Effect of EVA copolymer, Cement and Concrete Research 35 (10): 2026-2032 OCT 2005

122. Bektas F, Turanli L, Monteiro PJM, Use of Perlite Powder to Suppress the Alkali-Silica Reaction, Cement and Concrete Research 35 (10): 2014-2017 OCT 2005.

123. Ryou J, Monteiro PJM, Surface coating of concrete materials by deposition process, Surface Review and Letters, 12 (2): 233-237 APR 2005.

124. D.A. Silva, R. Wenk, and P.J.M. Monteiro, Comparative investigation of mortars from Roman Colosseum and cistern, Thermochimica Acta v 438, n 1-2, Nov 1, 2005, p 35-40.

125. P.J.M. Monteiro, Olivier Coussy, Denise A. Silva, Effect of cryo-suction and air void transition layer on the hydraulic pressure developed during freezing of concrete, ACI Materials Journal, V. 103, No.2, 136-140, 2006.

126. P. J. M., Monteiro, Scaling and saturation laws for the expansion of concrete exposed to sulfate attack, PNAS 2006 103: 11467-11472.

127. H. Amick and P. J. M. Monteiro, “Experimental Determination of Modal Damping in Concrete Beams,” Materials Journal of the American Concrete Institute, May-June 2006, pp. 153-160.

128. K. Wang, P.R.L. Helene, P.J.M. Monteiro, Potential Use of Zinc in the Repair of Corroded Reinforced Concrete, Cement & Concrete Composites, 707-715, 28, 2006.

129. D.A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, The influence of polymers on the hydration of portland cement phases analyzed by soft X-ray transmission microscopy, Cement and Concrete Research 36 (8): 1501-1507 AUG 2006.

130. C.E. Tambelli, J.F. Schneider, N.P.Hasparyk and P.J.M. Monteiro, Study of the Structure of Alkali-Silica Reaction Gel by High-Resolution NMR Spectroscopy, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 352 (32-35): 3429-3436 SEP 15 2006.

131. M.C. Garci Juenger, P.J.M. Monteiro, and E.M. Gartner In situ imaging of ground granulated blast furnace slag hydration, Journal of Material Science, 41 (21): 7074-7081 NOV 2006.

132. N. Segre, C.P. Ostertag, P.J.M. Monteiro Effect of Tire Rubber Particles on Crack Propagation in Cement Paste, Materials Research, Vol. 9, No. 3, 311-320, 2006.

133. F. Vossoughi, C.P. Ostertag, P.J.M. Monteiro, G.C. Johnson, “Resistance of Concrete Protected by Fabric to Projectile Impact,” Cement and Concrete Research 37 (2007) 96–106

134. D.A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, Early formation of ettringite in tricalcium aluminate – calcium hydroxide – gypsum dispersions, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 90 [2] 614–617 (2007).

135. C.P. Ostertag, Ck. Yi and P.J.M. Monteiro, “Effect of Confinement on the Properties and Characteristics of the Alkali-Silica Reaction Gel,” ACI Materials Journal, 104 (3): 276-282 MAY-JUN 2007.

136. F. Vossoughi, C.P. Ostertag and P. J. M. Monteiro, Damage Characterization in Concrete Panels Due to Impact Loading by Motionless X-ray Laminography," Journal of Material Science, 42 (9): 3280-3285 MAY 2007.

137. Olivier Coussy_and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Unsaturated poroelasticity for crystallization in pores, Computers and Geotechnics 34 (2007) 279–290.

138. O. Coussy_and P. J.M. Monteiro, Poroelastic model for concrete exposed to freezing temperatures, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume: 38, 40-48, 2008.

139. S.M. Clark, B. Colas, M. Kunz, S. Speziale, P.J.M. Monteiro, Effect of pressure on the crystal structure of ettringite, Cement and Concrete Research, 19-26, 2008.

140. H.-R. Wenk, P.J.M. Monteiro and K. Shomglin, Relationship between aggregate microstructure and concrete expansion. A case study of deformed granitic rocks from the Santa Rosa Mylonite Zone, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE, Volume: 43, 1278-1285, 2008.

141. P.J.M. Monteiro and K.E. Kurtis, Experimental asymptotic analysis of expansion of concrete exposed to sulfate attack, ACI Materials Journal, Volume: 105, 62-71, 2008.

142. J. Marques Filho, V. A. Paulon, P. Monteiro, W. P. Andrade, D. D. Molin, Laboratory Device to Simulate Roller-Compacted Concrete Placement, ACI Materials Journal,   Volume: 105   Issue: 2 Pages: 125-130   Published: MAR-APR 2008.

143. A. Fabbri, O. Coussy, T. Fen-Chong and P.J.M. Monteiro, Are Deicing Salts Necessary to Promote Scaling in Concrete? Journal of Engineering Mechanics – ASCE, Volume: 134   Issue: 7   Pages: 589-598, JUL 2008.

144. S. Speziale, F. Jiang, Z. Mao, P. J.M. Monteiro, H. Wenk, T. S. Duffy, F. Schilling. Single-crystal elastic constants of natural ettringite, CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH   Volume: 38   Issue: 7   Pages: 885-889, JUL 2008

145. H.N. Atahan, C. Carlos Jr, S. Chae, P .J. M. Monteiro, J. Bastacky, THE MORPHOLOGY OF ENTRAINED AIR VOIDS IN HARDENED CEMENT PASTE GENERATED WITH DIFFERENT ANIONIC SURFACTANTS, Cement & Concrete Composites 30 (2008) 566–575.

146.  M. Mancio, C. Cruz, J. Zhang, J. Harvey, P.J.M. Monteiro, Evaluation of Corrosion Resistance of Steel Dowels used for Concrete Pavements, ASCE Materials,  Volume: 20   Issue: 10   Pages: 650-658, 2008.

147. S. Speziale, H.J. Reichmann, F. Schilling, H.R. Wenk, P.J.M. Monteiro, Determination of the elastic constants of portlandite by Brillouin spectroscopy, CCR, Volume 38 10    1148-1153,  2008  

148. K. Wakimoto, J. Blunt, P. J. M. Monteiro, C. P. Ostertag, R. Albert  Digital Laminography Assessment of the Damage in Concrete Exposed to Freezing Temperatures, CCR,  Volume: 38   Issue: 10   Pages: 1232-1245   Published: OCT 2008   

149. J.F. Schneider, N.P.Hasparyk D. A. Silva and P.J.M. Monteiro, Effect of Lithium Nitrate on the ASR Gel, American Ceramics Society, Volume: 91   Issue: 10   Pages: 3370-3374   Published: OCT 2008.

150. Jieying Zhang, Daniel Cusson; Paulo J.M. Monteiro, John Harvey, New Perspectives on Maturity Method and Innovative Approach for High Performance Concrete Applications, CCR, Volume 38, Issue 12, Pages 1438-1446, 2008.

151. Harutyunyan V., Kirchheim A.P., Monteiro, PJM., INVESTIGATION OF EARLY GROWTH OF CALCIUM HYDROXIDE CRYSTALS IN CEMENT SOLUTION BY SOFT X-RAY TRANSMISSION MICROSCOPY, J Mater Sci (2009) 44:962–969.

152.  O. Coussy and P.J.M. Monteiro, Errata to “Poroelastic model for concrete exposed to freezing temperatures”[Cement and Concrete Research 38 (2008) 40–48], Cement and Concrete Research 39 (2009) 371–372.

153. A.P. Kirchheim, V. Fernàndez-Altable; P.J. M.Monteiro, Denise C Dal Molin,; Ignasi Casanova, Analysis of cubic and orthorhombic C(3)A hydration in presence of gypsum and lime, Journal of Materials Science: Volume 44, Issue8 (2009), Page 2038. 

154. P.J.M. Monteiro, A.P. Kirchheim, S. Chae, P. Fischer, A.A. MacDowell, E. Schaible, H.R. Wenk, Understanding the Nano and Micro Structure of Concrete to Improve its Durability, Cement & Concrete Composites 31 (2009) 577–584.

155. Sejin CHOI, Paulo J M. MONTEIRO, Moohan KIM, EFFECTS OF STONE POWDER SLUDGE ON THE STRENGTH AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF ALKALI-ACTIVATED FLY ASH PASTES, Japan Concrete Institute, Vol.31,No.1,2009.

156. Electrochemical and in-situ SERS Study of Passive Film Characteristics and Corrosion Performance of 9%Cr Microcomposite Steel in Highly Alkaline Environments, Journal of ASTM International, Vol. 6, No. 5, May 2009.

157. Hans-Rudolf Wenk, Paulo J. M. Monteiro, Martin Kunz, Kai Chen, Nobumichi Tamura, Luca Lutterotti and John Delacroz, Preferred orientation of ettringite in concrete fractures, J. Appl. Crystallography, Volume: 42   Pages: 429-432   Part: Part 3, JUN 2009.

158. Hasparyk NP, Monteiro PJM, Dal Molin DCC, Investigation of Mechanical Properties of Concrete Affected by Alkali-Aggregate Reaction, ASCE materials Journal,  Volume: 21   Issue: 6   Pages: 294-297,JUN 2009.

159. K. Karhunen, A. Seppänen, A. Lehikoinen, P.J.M. Monteiro, J. P. Kaipio, Electrical Resistance Tomography Imaging of Concrete, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume: 40   Issue: 1   Pages: 137-145, 2010

160. Jae Eun Oh; Paulo Monteiro; Ssang Sun Jun; Sejin Choi; Simon Clark, The evolution of strength and crystalline phases for alkali activated ground blast furnace slag and fly ash-based geopolymers, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume: 40   Issue: 2   Pages: 189-196, 2010.

161. C. Benmore and Monteiro P.J.M., The structure of alkali silicate gel by total scattering methods, Cement and Concrete Research, Volume 40, Issue 6, 2010, Pages 892-897.

162. B. Skinner,  S. R. Chae, C. J. Benmore H. R. Wenk & P. J. M. Monteiro Nanostructure of Calcium-Silicate-Hydrates in Cements, Physics Review Letters, 104, 195502 (2010).

163. J. Ha, S. Chae, K. W. Chou, T. Tylisczak, and P.J.M. Monteiro, Scanning transmission x-ray microscopic (STXM) study of carbonated CSH Journal of the Transportation Research Record, No. 2142, page 83-88, 2010.

164. K. Karhunen, A. Seppänen, A. Lehikoinen, J. Blunt, J. P. Kaipio, and P. J. M. Monteiro, Electrical Resistance Tomography for Assessment of Cracks in Concrete, ACI Materials Journal, V. 107, No. 5, September-October 2010.

165. Se Jin Choi, Ssang Sun Jun, Jae Eun Oh and Paulo J. M. Monteiro, Properties of alkali-activated systems with stone powder sludge, Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management, Volume 12, 2010, Number 4, 275-282.

166. G. I. Barenblatt and P. J. M. Monteiro, Scaling Laws in Nanomechanics, Physical Mesomechanics, 13, 245-248 (2010).

167. M. Mancio, J. R. Moore, Z. Brooks, P. J. M. Monteiro, S. D. Glaser, : Instantaneous In-Situ Determination of Water-Cement Ratio of Fresh Concrete, ACI materials Journal (2010), 107, 587-593.

168. S. Xiao, H. Li and P. J. M. Monteiro, Influence of strain rates and load histories on the tensile damage behaviour of concrete, Magazine of Concrete Research, 2010, 62, No. 12, December, 887–894.

169. J.E. Oh, J. Moon, S.M. Clark, P.J.M. Monteiro, Bulk Modulus of Basic Sodalite, Na8[AlSiO4]6(OH)2·2H2O, a possible zeolitic precursor in coal fly ash-based geopolymers, Cement and Concrete Research 41 (2011) 107–112.

170. J.E. Oh, J. Moon, S.M. Clark, P.J.M. Monteiro, Does the Al substitution in CSH (I) Change Its Mechanical Property? Cement and Concrete Research 41 (2011) 102–106.

171. Kirchheim, A. P., Dal Molin, D.; Provis, J.; Emwas, Abdul-Hamid; Fischer, Peter; Monteiro, P.J.M., Real-time high-resolution X-ray imaging and nuclear magnetic resonance study of the hydration of pure and Na-doped C3A in the presence of sulfates, Inorganic Chemistry, 50, 4 (2011) 1203-1212.

172. J. Moon, J. E. Oh, M. Balonis, F. P. Glasser, S.M. Clark and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Pressure induced reactions amongst calcium aluminate hydrate phases, Cement and Concrete Research 41 (2011) 571–578.

173. C. Meral, C.J. Benmore and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, The study of disorder and nanocrystallinity in C-S-H, supplementary cementitious materials and geopolymers using pair distribution function analysis, Cement and Concrete Research, 41, 696-710, 2011.

174. J.E. Oh, J. Moon, S.M. Clark, P.J.M. Monteiro, Determination of the bulk modulus of hydroxycancrinite, a possible zeolitic precursor in geopolymers, by high-pressure synchrotron X-ray diffraction, Cement and Concrete Composite, Volume 33, Issue 10, November 2011, Pages 1014-1019.

175. J. Moon, J. E. Oh, M. Balonis, F. P. Glasser, S.M. Clark and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, High Pressure Study of Low Compressibility Tetracalcium Aluminum Carbonate Hydrates 3CaO.Al2O3.CaCO3.11H2O, Cement and Concrete Research 42  (2012) 105–110.

176. Juyoung Ha ;Sejung Chae; Kang Wei Chou; Tolek Tyliszcza; Paulo J. Monteiro, Effect of polymers on the nanostructure and on the carbonation of calcium silicate hydrates: A scanning transmission x-ray microscopy study, Journal of Material Science, Volume: 47   Issue: 2   Pages: 976-989 Published: JAN 2012.

177. Sezen Soyer-Uzun, Sejung Rosie Chae, Chris J. Benmore, Hans-Rudolf Wenk, Paulo J. M. Monteiro, " Compositional Evolution of Calcium Silicate Hydrate (C-S-H) Structures by Total X-Ray Scattering", Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Volume: 95   Issue: 2   Pages: 793-798, FEB 2012

178. J.E. Oh, Simon M. Clark , H.-R. Wenk  and P.J.M. Monteiro, Experimental Determination of Bulk Modulus of 14Å Tobermorite Using High Pressure Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction, CCR, Volume 42, Issue 2, February 2012, Pages 397-403.    

179. S. Brisard, R. S. Chae, I. Bihannic, L. Michot, P. Guttmann, J. Thieme, G. Schneider, P.J.M. Monteiro and P. Levitz, Morphological quantification of hierarchical geomaterials by x-ray nano-CT bridges the gap from nano to micro length-scales, American Mineralogist, Volume: 97   Issue: 2-3   Pages: 480-483, FEB-MAR 2012.

180. J.E. Oh, Juhyuk Moon, Sang-Gyun Oh, Simon M. Clark and Paulo J.M. Monteiro Microstructural and compositional change of NaOH-activated high calcium fly ash by incorporating Na-aluminate and co-existence of geopolymeric gel and C-S-H(I), in press, CCR.

181. P.J.M. Monteiro, H.R. Wenk, T.I Zohdi, M. Kunz, V. A. Paulon, T.W.C.O. Andrade, Preferred orientation of ettringite around the aggregate in concrete affected by delayed ettringite formation, submitted to Cement and Concrete Research.

182. F. Battocchio, P.J.M. Monteiro and H.R. Wenk, Rietveld refinement of the structures of 1.0 C-S-H and 1.5 C-S-H, submitted to Cement and Concrete Research.

183. Alexander J. Stack, Mauricio Mancio, P. Kumar Mehta, and Paulo J. M. Monteiro, Low-cost and Sustainable Self-consolidating Concrete with Fly Ash and Limestone Powder, submitted to ACI Materials Journal.

184. P.J.M. Monteiro,  L. Clodic, F. Battocchio, W. Kanitpanyacharoen, S. R. Chae, J. Ha, H.-R. Wenk, Incorporating carbon sequestration materials in civil infrastructure: A micro and nano-structural analysis, submitted to Cement and Concrete Composites.

185. Seyoon Yoon, Sang-gyun Oh, Juyoung Ha, Paulo J. M. Monteiro The Effects of Surface Treatments on Rapid Chloride Permeability Tests, submitted to Materials Chemistry and Physics.

186. Juhyuk Moon, Seyoon Yoon, Renata M. Wentzcovitch, Simon M. Clark, and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Elastic Properties of Tricalcium Aluminate from High-Pressure Experiments and First-Principles Calculations, American Ceramics Society, accepted.

187. Hal Amick and Paulo J. M. Monteiro, TEMPERATURE AND FREQUENCY EFFECTS ON PROPERTIES OF POLYMER-MODIFIED CONCRETE, submitted to ACI Materials Journal.

188. Francieli Tiecher; Denise C. C. Dal Molin, Márcia E. B. Gomes, Nicole Pagan Hasparyk, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, INFLUENCE OF MESOSTASIS IN VOLCANIC ROCKS ON THE ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION, submitted to Cement & Concrete Composites.

189. H. Manzano, J.S. Dolado, A. Ayuela, A. Telesca, P. J. M. Monteiro, Ettringite strengthening at high pressures induced by the densification of the hydrogen bond network, submitted to Crystal Growth & Design.

190. M. Mancio, C. Cruz, J. Zhang, J. Harvey, P.J.M. Monteiro, Comparative Analysis of Chloride Concentrations on Laboratory- and Field-extracted Concrete Cores submitted to ASCE Materials Journal.

191. M. Mancio, P. J. M. Monteiro , T. M. Devine, Electrochemical and in-situ SERS study of passive films formed on low-carbon steel in 0.55 M KOH + 0.16 M NaOH solution, submitted to Corrosion Science.

192. Chae R. Monteiro P.J.M, Rubinsky B., Application of an Isochoric Chamber to Study Freezing of Concrete Pore Solutions, submitted to CCR.

193. Craig W. Hargis, Maria C.G. Juenger, Paulo J.M. Monteiro, AGGREGATE PASSIVATION:  LITHIUM HYDROXIDE AGGREGATE TREATMENT TO SUPPRESS ALKALI-SILICA REACTION, submitted to ACI materials Journal.

 

Non-Refereed Journals

1. D. Selna and P.J.M. Monteiro, Cathedral of Our Lady of The Angels: Combining Architectural and Mass Concrete, Concrete International,  2001.

2. H. Amick and Paulo J.M. Monteiro, Construction of Nanotechnology Facilities,  Concrete International, Vol. 26, 2004.

3. M. Mancio, J. Zhang, P.J.M. Monteiro, Nondestructive Surface Measurement of Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete, Canadian Civil Engineer Magazine, May 2004, 12-14.

 

Refereed Conference Proceedings

1. Improvement of the Aggregate-Cement Paste Transition Zone by Grain Refinement of Hydration Products (with P.K. Mehta), Proceedings of the 8th. International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement Rio de Janeiro (1986).

2. Bond: Paste-Aggregate, Paste-Reinforcement and Paste-Fibers, Communication Report, the 8th. International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement Rio de Janeiro (1986).

3. The Interface between Rock and Oil-Well Cement Paste. Proceedings of the Pragmatic Strategies for Productivity and Modernization, New Delhi (1987).

4. The Effect of Mixing Speed on the Rheology of Oil-well Cement Paste (with J. Oliveira, G. Lopes and H. Alves). Proceedings of the Pragmatic Strategies for Productivity and Modernization, New Delhi (1987).

5. Effect of Aggregate, Cement, and Mineral Admixtures on the Microstructure of the Transition Zone (with P.K. Mehta). Invited Paper, MRS Society, Boston (1988).

6. Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy (LTSEM) of Frozen Portland Cement Paste (with A. I. Rashed), Proceedings of the 14th. Western Regional Meeting of Electron Microscopy and Microanalysts (1989).

7. A Viscoelastic-Plastic-Damage Model for Concrete, Third International Conference on Constitutive Laws for Engineering Materials: Theory and Applications  (with J. Lubliner and V. Panoskaltsis),  University of Arizona, Tucson (1991).

8.  Aging Effects on Mechanical Properties of Power Plant Concretes (with H. T. Tang,  Moehle)  Japan (1991).

9.  Computed Tomography Assessment of Reinforced Concrete, 5th International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials,5th International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials ( with H. E. Martz,  D.J. Schneberk,  G. P. Roberson),  Vol 8-9, pp. 1035-1047, Japan (1991).

10.  Bayesian Model Assessment:  Methods and Case Studies (with P. Geyskens, and A Kiureghian),  Lecture Notes in Engineering 76,  Springer-Verlag,  Berlin,  Germany,  R. Rackwitz and P. Thoft-Christensen Eds.,  Proc.  4th IFIP WG 7.5 Conf., Munich,  Germany, 229-238.

11.  Damage mechanics of Concrete (with J. Lubliner and V. Panoskaltsis),  Eng. Foundation,  Invited Lecture (1991).

12.  Can Local Repairs be Durable Solutions for Steel Corrosion in Concrete Structures?  (with P.Helene),  submitted to International Conference on Corrosion and Corrosion Protection of Steel in Concrete,  Sheffield,  1994.

13.  Designing Concrete Mixtures for Desired Mechanical Properties and Durability (with P. Helene) ACI SP-144 ,  519-543, San Francisco,  1994.

14.  Performance Analysis of Lightweight Aggregate (with P. Helene)  Proceedings of the International RILEM Workshop on Technology Transfer of the New Trends in Concrete,  49-63  Barcelona, Spain (1994).

15.  Effect of the Transition Zone on the Bulk Modulus of Concrete (with M.P. Lutz),  Microstructure of Cement-Based Systems/Bonding and Interfaces in Cementitious Materials”,  Materials Research Society Vol. 370, 413,  Pittsburgh,  PA 1995.

16.  Ice Propagation in Concrete (with K. Wang),  the International Conference on Concrete Under Severe Conditions,  Vol. 1,  203,  Sapporo, Japan (1995).

17.  Dual-Phase Ferritic Martensitic Steel for Concrete Reinforcement (with D. Trejo and G. Thomas),  International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, Netherlands (1995).

18.  Volume Change of High-Strength Concrete Under Moisture Curing (with S.  Miyazawa and E. Tazawa),  Proceedings of the 50th Annual; Conference of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers,  5,  680 (in Japanese) (1995).

19. Effect of Confinement on the Fracture Behavior of Concrete Under Compression," (with K. Nemati) Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Structures, edited by F. H. Wittmann, AEDIFICATO Publishers, D-79104 Freiburg, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures, FraMCoS, Vol. III, pp. 1843-52, Zurich, Switzerland, 1995

20.  Effect of the Transition Zone on the Bulk Modulus of Concrete (with M.P. Lutz),  Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.. Vol. 370,  1995.

21.  A Modified Direct Method for the Calculation of Elastic Moduli of Composite Materials (with J. Lubliner and J.  Wang), First International Conference on Composites in Infrastructure,  Tucson,  Arizona (1996).

22  Inhomogeneous Interfacial Transition Zone Model for the Elastic Moduli of Concrete (with M.P. Lutz and R.W. Zimmerman),  Proceedings of the 4th Materials Engrg. Conf.,  ASCE,  Washington, D.C. (1996)

23. Application of Reliability Analysis to Estimate the Service Life of Lightweight High-Strength Concrete Subjected to Corrosion (with M. Prezzi),  International Congress of High-Performance Concrete,  Florianopolis,  Brazil (1996).

24. Elastic Modulus of High Strength Concrete,  (with D. Dal Molin),  International Congress of High-Performance Concrete,  Florianopolis,  Brazil (1996).

25. Corrosion Products of Reinforced Steel and Their Effects on Concrete Deterioration (with K. Wang),  Odd E. Gjorv Symposium on Concrete for Marine Structures,  Third International Conference on Performance of Concrete Environment,  St. Andrews by the Sea,  New Brunswick, Canada,  (1996).

26.  The Surface Chemistry of Alkali-Silica Reaction (with M. Prezzi, K. Kurtis, P.K. Mehta),  ACI Conference on Fly-Ash,  Silica Fume, Slag;  Rome,  Italy (1997).

27.  The Importance of the Surface Chemistry in the Alkali-Aggregate Reaction (invited lecture) (with M. Prezzi, K. Kurtis, M. Santos, and W.P. Andrade),  Conference on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Concrete Structures (in Portuguese),  Goiânia,  Brazil (1997).

28. Fracture of High-Strength Concrete under Triaxial Loading (with K.M. Nemati) Proceedings of the 1st International Engineering Foundation Conference on High Strength Concrete, Kona, Hawaii, July 1997.

29. Observation of Microcracking in Quasi-Brittle Materials, (with K.M. Nemati)  Proceedings the 12th Engineering Mechanics Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers, San Diego, Calif., May, 1998.

30. Micromechanical Behavior of High-Strength Concrete Under Compression, (with K.M. Nemati) Proceedings of the Structural Engineering World Congress (SEWC), San Francisco, California, Paper Reference: T168-7, July 1998.

31. The Alkali-Silica Reaction:  I)  Surface Charge Measurements and II) In-Situ Observations by X-ray Microscopy  (with K.E. Kurtis, F. A. Rodrigues, J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse), Concrete Under Severe Conditions,  Tronso,  Norway (1998).

32. Expansive reactions in concrete observed by soft X-ray transmission microscopy Kurtis, K.E.; Monteiro, P.J.M.; Brown, .T.; Meyer-Ilse, W. Author Affiliation: Univ of California Source: Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings v 524,p 3-9 0272-9172 Apr 13-17 1998 .

33. Use Of Electrical Double Layer Theory To Compute The Expansive Pressures Caused By Asr (with F.A. Rodrigues, M. Prezzi, and G. Sposito), ASCE Conference, San Diego, (1998).

34.  An experimental investigation on the axial crush of a stainless box component (with B.P. DiPaolo and R. Gronski), Structures under shock and Impact VI, editors N. Jones and C.A. Brebbia,  WIT Press, 397, April, 2000.

35. Examination of the Effect of LiCl on ASR Gel Expansion (with K.E. Kurtis, and W. Meyer-Ilse), International Conference on ASR, Quebec, June, 2000.

36. USE OF TYRE RUBBER PARTICLES IN SLAG-MODIFIED CEMENT MORTARS, Nádia Segre, Alexandre D. Galves, José A. Rodrigues, Paulo J. M. Monteiro and Inés Joekes, ICCC, 2003.

37. USING SOFT X-RAY TRANSMISSION MICROSCOPY TO EXAMINE CEMENT HYDRATION IN THE PRESENCE OF RETARDERS, M.C. Garci Juenger, P.J.M. Monteiro2, E.M. Gartner and G.P. Denbeaux ICCC, 2003.

38. H. Amick and P.J. Monteiro, Vibration Control Using Large Pneumatic Isolation Systems with Damped Concrete Inertia Masses7th International Conference on Motion and Vibration Control.

39. F. Bektas, L. Turanli, P.J.M. Monteiro, A preliminary study of the efficiency of crushed brick blended cement in reducing ASR., Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in concrete, edited by M. Tang and M. Deng, Beijing, China, pp. 479-481, 2004.

40. M.CG. Juenger, P.J.M. Monteiro, V.H.R. Lamour, E.M. Gartner, G.P. Denbeaux, D.T Atwood, Observation of the nanostructure of cement hydration by soft x-ray transmission microscopy, Nanotechnology in Construction, edited by P.J.M. Bartos, J.J. Hughes, P. Trtik, and W. Zhu, The Royal Society of Chemistry, pp.101-104, 2004.

41. Amick, Hal; Monteiro, Paulo J.M. A "toolbox" of damping treatments for concrete structures, Proceedings of the Structures Congress and Exposition, Metropolis and Beyond - Proceedings of the 2005 Structures Congress and the 2005 Forensic Engineering Symposium, 2005, p 1691-1702.

42. Amick, H., Monteiro, P.J.M. Modification of concrete damping properties for vibration control in technology facilities, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 5933, art. no. 59330Q, pp. 1-12 

43. Zhang, J., Harvey, J., Monteiro, P.J.M., Ali, A., Effect of cement type and curing conditions on flexural strength of concrete or pavement slabs, Proceedings of the International Conference on Concrete for Transportation Infrastructure, pp. 103-110, 2005.

44. P. J.M. Monteiro, A. P. Kirchheim, S. Chae, P. Fischer, A. A. MacDowell, E. Schaible, S. M. Clark, M. A. Marcus, Cement and Concrete Research Using X-rays at the Advanced Light Source in Berkeley, Invited Paper, Proceeding of the 3rd International Symposium "Sustainability in Cement and Concrete", Istanbul 2007.

45. P.J.M. Monteiro, A.P. Kirchheim, S. Chae, P. Fischer, A.A. MacDowell, E. Schaible, H.R. Wenk Understanding the Nano and Micro Structure of Concrete to Improve its Durability, 2nd Canadian Conference on Effective Design of Structures, CCEDS II - Sustainability of Civil Engineering Structures, Invited Paper, 2008.

46. A. Seppänen, K. Karhunen, A. Lehikoinen, P.J.M. Monteiro and J.P. Kaipio: “Adaptive Meshing Approach to Locating Internal Metals with Electrical Resistance Tomography”, In proceedings of 5th. European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008), Venice, Italy, June 30 – July 5, 2008.

47. K. Karhunen, A. Seppänen, A. Lehikoinen, P.J.M. Monteiro and J.P. Kaipio: “Crack identification in concrete with Electrical Resistance Tomography”, In proceedings of 5th. European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008), Venice, Italy, June 30 – July 5, 2008.

48. A. Seppänen, K. Karhunen, A. Lehikoinen, J.P. Kaipio and P.J.M. Monteiro: ”Electrical resistance tomography imaging of concrete”, In proceedings of 2nd international Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting, Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-0-415-46850-3, pp. 571-577, Cape Town, South Africa, November 24 – 26, 2008.

49. K. Karhunen, A. Seppänen, A. Lehikoinen, J.P. Kaipio and P.J.M. Monteiro: ”Locating reinforcing bars in concrete with Electrical Resistance Tomography”, In proceedings of 2nd international Conference on Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting, Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-0-415-46850-3, pp. 563-569, Cape Town, South Africa, November 24 – 26, 2008.

50. P.J.M. Monteiro, Characterizing the Nano and Micro Structure of Concrete to Improve its Durability, Nanotechnologia en el Hormigon y Hormigones Autocompactantes, Jornada Tecnica, Barcelona 2009.

51. P. J. M. Monteiro, M. Mancio, A. P. Kirchheim, R. Chae, J. Ha, P. Fischer, and T. Tyliszczak, Soft X‐ray Microscopy of Green Cements, THE 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON X‐RAY MICROSCOPY, Chicago, 2010.

52. Freezing in Porous Materials: A short tribute to Olivier Coussy novelty, Mechanics and Physics of Porous Solids (MPPS), 2011.

53. Ha, J., Chae, S. and Monteiro, P.J.M., Chou, K.W. and Tyliszczak, T., Characterization of C-S-H using an advanced synchrotron based spectroscopic technique: study on the effects of polymers on C-S-H nanostructures using scanning transmission X-ray microscopy, 13th International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement, Madrid, 2011

 

Reports

1. Effect of Condensed Silica Fume on the Steel-Concrete Bond (with O.E. Gjorv and P.K. Mehta), SESM Report 86/02, U.C. Berkeley (1986).

2.  Performance Analysis of Lightweight Mortar (with P. Helene,  J. Quinones, D. Trejo, K. Wang),  SEMM Report 92/10,  U.C. Berkeley (1992).

3.  Morpholgy,  Mechanical Behavior and Corrosion Resistance of Dual Phase Fe-2Si-0.1C-0.1Nb Steel (with X. Wang, L. Tang, D. Trejo and G. Thomas),  LBL Report No.  32527 (1992).

4.  BUMP:  Bayesian Updating of Model Parameters (with P. Geyskens and A. D. Kiureghian),  SEMM Report 93/06,  U.C. Berkeley (1993).

5.  Durability and Integrity of Marble (with J. M. Cohen),  SEMM Report 93/13,  U.C.  Berkeley (1993).

6.  Mechanisms of Alkali-Aggregate Reaction (with M.  Prezzi,  J.T.F. Thomas,  R. M.  Bittencourt),  SEMM Report 95/02,  U.C. Berkeley  (1995).

7.  Durability,  Tomography, and Repair of Reinforced Concrete (with M. Prezzi, K. Wang, and V. Ghio),  SEMM Report 95/11,  U.C.  Berkeley (1995).

8.  High Performance Concrete: Significance of Surface Chemistry to Durability, (with K.E. Kurtis, P.K. Mehta) Proceedings for the U.S.A. and Australia Workshop on Application of High Performance Concrete Including Marine Structures, Sydney, August 1997.

9. Effect of Chemical Additives on Alkali-Silica Reaction Gel Expansion in Concrete as Observed by Transmission X-ray Microscopy, (with K.E. Kurtis, P.J.M. Monteiro, F. Rodrigues, J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse) Materials Research Society, 1998 Spring Meeting Proceedings, San Francisco, April 1998.

10. Mechanisms of Damage Caused by Sulfate Attack Examined through Transmission X-ray Microscopy, K.E. Kurtis, P.J.M Monteiro, J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse, ALS Compendium of User Abstracts and Technical Reports 1997, LBL-41658, 1998.

11.  Effect of Chemical Additives on the Alkali-Silica Reaction Product Examined by Transmission Soft X-ray Microscopy, (with K.E. Kurtis,  J.T. Brown, and W. Meyer-Ilse, ALS Compendium of User Abstracts, 1999.)

12. Analysis of durability of advanced cementitious materials for rigid pavement construction in California (with  Kimberly E. Kurtis Pavement Research Center, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 59p, 1999.

13. Accelerated test for measuring sulfate resistance of hydraulic cements for Caltrans LLPRS  Program (with Kurtis, Harvey, Shomglin)  Pavement Research Center, Institute  of Transportation Studies, [University of California at Berkeley,  2000 viii, 38 p.