Enad Mahmoud
Enad Mahmoud
Texas Department of Transportation
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TitleCited byYear
Experimental study on Portland cement pervious concrete mechanical and hydrological properties
A Ibrahim, E Mahmoud, M Yamin, VC Patibandla
Construction and Building Materials 50, 524-529, 2014
Discrete element analysis of the influences of aggregate properties and internal structure on fracture in asphalt mixtures
E Mahmoud, E Masad, S Nazarian
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 22 (1), 10-20, 2010
Measuring effects of warm-mix additives: Use of newly developed asphalt binder lubricity test for the dynamic shear rheometer
AJ Hanz, A Faheem, E Mahmoud, HU Bahia
Transportation research record 2180 (1), 85-92, 2010
Experimental methods for the evaluation of aggregate resistance to polishing, abrasion, and breakage
E Mahmoud, E Masad
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 19 (11), 977-985, 2007
Effects of coarse aggregate angularity and asphalt binder on laboratory-measured permanent deformation properties of HMA
B Huang, X Chen, X Shu, E Masad, E Mahmoud
International Journal of Pavement Engineering 10 (1), 19-28, 2009
Estimating the effect of recycled asphalt pavements and asphalt shingles on fresh binder, low-temperature properties without extraction and recovery
D Swiertz, E Mahmoud, HU Bahia
Transportation research record 2208 (1), 48-55, 2011
Comprehensive evaluation of AIMS texture, angularity, and dimension measurements
E Mahmoud, L Gates, E Masad, S Erdoğan, E Garboczi
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 22 (4), 369-379, 2010
Extended finite-element modelling of asphalt mixtures fracture properties using the semi-circular bending test
E Mahmoud, S Saadeh, H Hakimelahi, J Harvey
Road Materials and Pavement Design 15 (1), 153-166, 2014
Self-consolidating concrete incorporating high volume of fly ash, slag, and recycled asphalt pavement
E Mahmoud, A Ibrahim, H El-Chabib, VC Patibandla
International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 7 (2), 155-163, 2013
Development of experimental methods for the evaluation of aggregate resistance to polishing, abrasion, and breakage
EM Mahmoud
Texas A&M University, 2007
Stone-on-stone contact of permeable friction course mixtures
AE Alvarez, E Mahmoud, AE Martin, E Masad, C Estakhri
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 22 (11), 1129-1138, 2010
Estimation of reclaimed asphalt pavement binder low-temperature properties without extraction: Development of testing procedure
T Ma, E Mahmoud, HU Bahia
Transportation research record 2179 (1), 58-65, 2010
Relationship of aggregate microtexture to asphalt pavement skid resistance
A Luce, E Mahmoud, E Masad, A Chowdhury
Journal of Testing and Evaluation 35 (6), 578-588, 2007
Fresh, mechanical, and durability characteristics of self-consolidating concrete incorporating recycled asphalt pavements
A Ibrahim, E Mahmoud, Y Khodair, VC Patibandla
Journal of materials in civil engineering 26 (4), 668-675, 2014
Asphalt lubricity test evaluation and relationship to mixture workability
A Hanz, E Mahmoud, H Bahia
90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 23-27, 2011
Feasibility of quantifying the role of coarse aggregate strength on resistance to load in HMA
C Alvarado, E Mahmoud, I Abdallah, E Masad, S Nazarian, R Langford, ...
TxDOT Project No. 0-5268 and Research Report No. 0-5268, 2007
Effect of moisture on the aging behavior of asphalt binder
T Ma, X Huang, E Mahmoud, E Garibaldy
International Journal of Minerals, Metallurgy, and Materials 18 (4), 460, 2011
Sensitivity of ASTM D7000 Sweep test to emulsion application rate and aggregate gradation
PT Johannes, E Mahmoud, H Bahia
Transportation research record 2235 (1), 95-102, 2011
Estimating allowable RAP in asphalt mixes to meet target low temperature PG requirements
T Ma, HU Bahia, E Mahmoud, EY Hajj
Journal of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists 79, 2010
Implementation of AIMS in measuring aggregate resistance to polishing, abrasion and breakage
EA Masad, A Luce, E Mahmoud
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