University/Department:University of Kansas
Brief introduction of research:

1-Constitutive Modeling of Hardening-Relaxation Response of Asphalt Concrete in Cyclic Compressive Loading.
2-Development of a stress-mode sensitive viscoelastic constitutive relationship for asphalt concrete: experimental and numerical modeling.
3-Viscoelastic-based approach to evaluate low temperature performance of asphalt binders.
4-Relaxation of Hardening in Asphalt Concrete under Cyclic Compression Loading.
5-Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Low Temperature Performance of Modified Asphalt Binders and Mixtures.
6-Experimental Investigation of Rest Time Effect on Permanent Deformation of Asphalt Concrete. 
7-A Thermodynamic-Based Large Deformation Viscoplastic Constitutive Relationship for Asphalt Concrete Compaction.
8-Effects of Rest and Load Time on Asphalt Mixture Compaction.
9-Evaluating Relaxation of Hardening of Asphalt Concrete.
10-Microstructure-Based Visco-Elastoplastic Continuum Model of Asphalt Concrete.
11-Micromechanical Modeling of the Viscoelastic Performance of the Asphalt Concrete Using Finite Element Method.
Compaction Modeling of Asphalt Using Thermo-visco-elastoplastic Constitutive Relationships Considering Large Deformations.s