Items where Department / MOR is "Civil Engineering" and Year is 2004

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Number of items: 7.

Article

Shafiq, N. (2004) Effects of fly ash on chloride migration in concrete and calculation of cover depth required against the corrosion of embedded steel reinforcement. Structural Concrete.

Conference or Workshop Item

Asaari, F.A.H. and Halim, H. Bt A. and Isa, M.H. (2004) A study on construction and demolition wastes from buildings in Seberang Perai. In: Third National Civil Engineering Conference (AWAM 2004), School of Civil Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia, July, 2004, Penang, Malaysia.

Isa, M.H. (2004) Use of control reactors in biological wastewater treatment studies. In: Third National Civil Engineering Conference (AWAM 2004), School of Civil Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia, July 2004, Penang, Malaysia.

Isa, M.H. and Al-Madhoun, W.A. and Aziz, H.A. and Asaari, F.A.H. and Sabiani, N.H.M. (2004) Fe removal by adsorption using ash from oil palm factory. In: Third National Civil Engineering Conference (AWAM 2004), School of Civil Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia, July, 2004, Penang, Malaysia.

Ramli, N.A. and Al-Madhoun, W.A. and Isa, M.H. and Adlan, M.N. and Razman, M.R. (2004) Air quality issues in the environmental impact assessment reports of housing and resort & recreational projects. In: 13th World Clean Air and Environmental Protection, Congress and Exhibition, August, 2004, London, UK..

Wan Abdullah Zawawi, Noor Amila and Shafiq, Nasir and Nuruddin, F (2004) Chloride Ion Migration in Normal and Blended Concrete by Applying Electrical Field at Different Voltages. In: 29th Conference on OUR WORLD IN CONCRETE & STRUCTURES:, 25-26 August 2004, Singapore.

Citation Index Journal

Al-Madhoun, W.A. and Ramli, N.A. and Isa, M.H. and Adlan, M.N. and Razman, M.R. (2004) Air quality issues in the environmental impact statements of housing projects. [Citation Index Journal]

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