Ahmed Shalaby

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Civil Engineering
pavement engineering, infrastructure engineering and management
Master Student position, PhD Student position, Post Doctoral position

My main interests are in pavement engineering and infrastructure design and management. Research covers the performance modeling of road materials and systems, characterization of surface texture, roughness and distress.

Soliman, H., Shalaby, A., Characterizing the low temperature performance of hot-pour bituminous sealants using glass transition temperature and dynamic stiffness modulus, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Vol. 21, No. 11, November 2009, pp. 688-693.

Harran, G. and Shalaby, A. Improving the prediction of the dynamic modulus of fine-graded asphalt concrete mixtures at high temperatures, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 36(2): 180-190, 2009. pdf

El Gendy, A., and Shalaby, A., Image requirements for three dimensional measurements of pavement macrotexture, Transportation Research Records 2068, pp 126-134, Transportation Research Board, 2008.

Soliman, H., Shalaby, A., and Kavanagh, L., Performance evaluation of joint and crack sealants in cold climates using DSR and BBR tests, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Vol. 20, No. 7, pp. 470-477, July 2008.

El Gendy, A., and Shalaby, A., Mean profile depth of pavement surface macrotexture using photometric stereo techniques, Journal of Transportation Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Vol. 133, 7:433-440, July 2007.

Shalaby, A. and Reggin, A., optimization of manual and automated network level pavement condition ratings based on transverse variability and neural networks, the Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering,Volume 34, Number 2:139-146, February 2007. pdf

Murison, W.S., Shalaby, A., and Mufti, A.A., Concrete-filled glass fibre reinforced polymer (GFRP) dowels for load transfer in jointed rigid pavements, Transportation Research Record 1919, pp. 54-64, Transportation Research Board, 2005.

Shalaby, A., and Khan, R., Design of unsurfaced roads constructed with large-size shredded rubber tires: a case study, Journal of Resources, Conservation and Recycling, Elsevier Publishing, The Netherlands, 2005, 44:318-332.

Shalaby, A, Law, T., and Kavussi, A., Analysis of well-graded and fine-graded asphalt mixes using the indirect tensile test and resilient modulus test,, International Journal of Pavements, Jan-May 2004, pp. 14-26.

Reggin, A., and Shalaby, A., Reduced tire inflation pressure to improve the performance of low volume unsurfaced roads, International Journal of Pavements, University of Mississippi, Vol. 2-1, pp. 29-40, May 2003.

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