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Gonzalo Barluenga
Gonzalo Barluenga
profesor construcciones arquitectónicas. Departamento de Arquitectura. Universidad de Alcalá
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Static and dynamic behaviour of recycled tyre rubber-filled concrete
F Hernandez-Olivares, G Barluenga, M Bollati, B Witoszek
Cement and concrete research 32 (10), 1587-1596, 2002
5832002
Fire performance of recycled rubber-filled high-strength concrete
F Hernández-Olivares, G Barluenga
Cement and concrete research 34 (1), 109-117, 2004
4232004
SBR latex modified mortar rheology and mechanical behaviour
G Barluenga, F Hernández-Olivares
Cement and concrete research 34 (3), 527-535, 2004
2552004
Cracking control of concretes modified with short AR-glass fibers at early age. Experimental results on standard concrete and SCC
G Barluenga, F Hernández-Olivares
Cement and Concrete Research 37 (12), 1624-1638, 2007
1802007
Fatigue behaviour of recycled tyre rubber-filled concrete and its implications in the design of rigid pavements
F Hernández-Olivares, G Barluenga, B Parga-Landa, M Bollati, ...
Construction and building materials 21 (10), 1918-1927, 2007
1452007
Lime–cement mortars for coating with improved thermal and acoustic performance
I Palomar, G Barluenga, J Puentes
Construction and Building Materials 75, 306-314, 2015
902015
Combined effect of Polypropylene fibers and Silica Fume to improve the durability of concrete with natural Pozzolans blended cement
NF Medina, G Barluenga, F Hernández-Olivares
Construction and building materials 96, 556-566, 2015
772015
Enhancement of durability of concrete composites containing natural pozzolans blended cement through the use of Polypropylene fibers
NF Medina, G Barluenga, F Hernández-Olivares
Composites Part B: Engineering 61, 214-221, 2014
682014
Fiber–matrix interaction at early ages of concrete with short fibers
G Barluenga
Cement and Concrete Research 40 (5), 802-809, 2010
642010
Thermal enhanced cement-lime mortars with phase change materials (PCM), lightweight aggregate and cellulose fibers
C Guardia, G Barluenga, I Palomar, G Diarce
Construction and Building Materials 221, 586-594, 2019
622019
Influence of date palm fiber and shrinkage reducing admixture on self-compacting concrete performance at early age in hot-dry environment
T Tioua, A Kriker, G Barluenga, I Palomar
Construction and Building Materials 154, 721-733, 2017
512017
Self-levelling cement mortar containing grounded slate from quarrying waste
G Barluenga, F Hernández-Olivares
Construction and Building Materials 24 (9), 1601-1607, 2010
512010
Effect of silica-based nano and micro additions on SCC at early age and on hardened porosity and permeability
J Puentes, G Barluenga, I Palomar
Construction and Building Materials 81, 154-161, 2015
452015
Hardened properties and microstructure of SCC with mineral additions
G Barluenga, I Palomar, J Puentes
Construction and Building Materials 94, 728-736, 2015
392015
Early age monitoring of self-compacting concrete with mineral additions
G Barluenga, J Puentes, I Palomar
Construction and Building Materials 77, 66-73, 2015
392015
Early age and hardened performance of cement pastes combining mineral additions
G Barluenga, I Palomar, J Puentes
Materials and structures 46, 921-941, 2013
392013
Influence of nanoclays on flowability and rheology of SCC pastes
H Varela, G Barluenga, I Palomar
Construction and Building Materials 243, 118285, 2020
322020
Brick masonry identification in a complex historic building, the Main College of the University of Alcalá, Madrid (Spain)
G Barluenga, F Estirado, R Undurraga, JF Conde, F Agua, MÁ Villegas, ...
Construction and Building Materials 54, 39-46, 2014
302014
A multiscale model for pervious lime-cement mortar with perlite and cellulose fibers
I Palomar, G Barluenga
Construction and Building Materials 160, 136-144, 2018
282018
Effects of nano-components on early age cracking of self-compacting concretes
J Puentes, G Barluenga, I Palomar
Construction and Building Materials 73, 89-96, 2014
252014
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