Qiang Wang
Qiang Wang
Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University
Verified email at math.carleton.ca
TitleCited byYear
Hydration properties of basic oxygen furnace steel slag
Q Wang, P Yan
Construction and Building Materials 24 (7), 1134-1140, 2010
1892010
On permutation polynomials over finite fields
RA Mollin, C Small
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences 10 (3), 535-543, 1987
1401987
A discussion on improving hydration activity of steel slag by altering its mineral compositions
Q Wang, P Yan, J Feng
Journal of hazardous materials 186 (2-3), 1070-1075, 2011
1242011
Influence of steel slag on mechanical properties and durability of concrete
Q Wang, P Yan, J Yang, B Zhang
Construction and Building Materials 47, 1414-1420, 2013
1072013
On constructing permutations of finite fields
A Akbary, D Ghioca, Q Wang
Finite Fields and Their Applications 17 (1), 51-67, 2011
1032011
Effect of blended steel slag–GBFS mineral admixture on hydration and strength of cement
Q Wang, P Yan, G Mi
Construction and building materials 35, 8-14, 2012
802012
The influence of steel slag on the hydration of cement during the hydration process of complex binder
Q Wang, PY Yan, S Han
Science China Technological Sciences 54 (2), 388-394, 2011
692011
Cementitious properties of super-fine steel slag
Q Wang, J Yang, P Yan
Powder technology 245, 35-39, 2013
622013
Permutation trinomials over finite fields with even characteristic
C Ding, L Qu, Q Wang, J Yuan, P Yuan
SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics 29 (1), 79-92, 2015
532015
The role of fly ash microsphere in the microstructure and macroscopic properties of high-strength concrete
Q Wang, D Wang, H Chen
Cement and Concrete Composites 83, 125-137, 2017
512017
Cyclotomic mapping permutation polynomials over finite fields
Q Wang
Sequences, Subsequences, and Consequences, 119-128, 2007
502007
The microstructure of 4-year-old hardened cement-fly ash paste
Q Wang, J Feng, P Yan
Construction and Building Materials 29, 114-119, 2012
432012
A comparison of early hydration properties of cement–steel slag binder and cement–limestone powder binder
P Yan, G Mi, Q Wang
Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 115 (1), 193-200, 2014
412014
Permutation Polynomials: A Matrix Analogue of Schur′ s Conjecture and a Survey of Recent Results
GL Mullen
Finite Fields and their applications 1 (2), 242-258, 1995
40*1995
On polynomials of the form xrf (x (q− 1)/l)
A Akbary, Q Wang
Int. J. Math. Math. Sci 2007, 2007
392007
A generalized Lucas sequence and permutation binomials
A Akbary, Q Wang
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 134 (1), 15-22, 2006
382006
Compressive strength development and microstructure of cement-asphalt mortar
Q Wang, P Yan, X Kong, J Yang
Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater. Sci. Ed. 26 (5), 998-1003, 2011
332011
The soundness of steel slag with different free CaO and MgO contents
Q Wang, D Wang, S Zhuang
Construction and Building Materials 151, 138-146, 2017
302017
Cyclotomy and permutation polynomials of large indices
Q Wang
Finite Fields and Their Applications 22, 57-69, 2013
302013
Influence of initial alkalinity on the hydration of steel slag
Q Wang, JW Yang, PY Yan
Science China Technological Sciences 55 (12), 3378-3387, 2012
302012
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