Najif Ismail
Najif Ismail
Director at Seismic Solutions Limited
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Fabric-reinforced cementitious matrix: A promising strengthening technique for concrete structures
O Awani, T El-Maaddawy, N Ismail
Construction and Building Materials 132, 94-111, 2017
In-plane and out-of-plane testing of unreinforced masonry walls strengthened using polymer textile reinforced mortar
N Ismail, JM Ingham
Engineering Structures 118, 167-177, 2016
Effect of process parameters on the performance of fly ash/GGBS blended geopolymer composites
H El-Hassan, N Ismail
Journal of Sustainable Cement-Based Materials 7 (2), 122-140, 2018
Performance of unreinforced and retrofitted masonry buildings during the 2010 Darfield earthquake
D Dizhur, N Ismail, C Knox, R Lumantarna, JM Ingham
Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 43 (4), 321, 2010
Diagonal shear behaviour of unreinforced masonry wallettes strengthened using twisted steel bars
N Ismail, RB Petersen, MJ Masia, JM Ingham
Construction and building materials 25 (12), 4386-4393, 2011
Development and characterization of fly ash–slag blended geopolymer mortar and lightweight concrete
N Ismail, H El-Hassan
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 30 (4), 04018029, 2018
Cyclic out-of-plane behavior of slender clay brick masonry walls seismically strengthened using posttensioning
N Ismail, JM Ingham
Journal of structural engineering 138 (10), 1255-1266, 2012
Quasi-static in-plane testing of FRCM strengthened non-ductile reinforced concrete frames with masonry infills
N Ismail, T El-Maaddawy, N Khattak
Construction and Building Materials 186, 1286-1298, 2018
Thermal and structural performance of geopolymer concrete containing phase change material encapsulated in expanded clay
A Hassan, AHI Mourad, Y Rashid, N Ismail, MS Laghari
Energy and Buildings 191, 72-81, 2019
In-situ and laboratory based out-of-plane testing of unreinforced clay brick masonry walls strengthened using near surface mounted twisted steel bars
N Ismail, JM Ingham
Construction and Building Materials 36, 119-128, 2012
In-plane shear strength improvement of hollow concrete masonry panels using a fabric-reinforced cementitious matrix
N Ismail, T El-Maaddawy, N Khattak, A Najmal
J. Compos. Constr 22 (2), 04018004, 2018
Polymer textiles as a retrofit material for masonry walls
N Ismail, JM Ingham
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Structures and Buildings …, 2014
Finite element modelling of unreinforced masonry shear wallettes strengthened using twisted steel bars
RB Petersen, N Ismail, MJ Masia, JM Ingham
Construction and Building Materials 33, 14-24, 2012
Observed failure modes of unreinforced masonry buildings during the 2015 Hindu Kush earthquake
N Ismail, N Khattak
Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Vibration 18, 301-314, 2019
Effect of GGBS and curing temperature on microstructure characteristics of lightweight geopolymer concrete
H El-Hassan, N Ismail, S Al Hinaii, A Alshehhi, N Al Ashkar
MATEC web of conferences 120, 03004, 2017
Thermal and structural characterization of geopolymer-coated polyurethane foam—phase change material capsules/geopolymer concrete composites
A Hassan, Y Rashid, AHI Mourad, N Ismail, MS Laghari
Materials 12 (5), 796, 2019
A detailed inventory of medium to high-rise buildings in Wellington's central business district
A Puranam, O Filippova, J Pastor-Paz, M Stephens, KJ Elwood, N Ismail, ...
Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 52 (4), 172-192, 2019
Preparation and characterization of expanded clay-paraffin wax-geo-polymer composite material
A Hassan, N Ismail, AHI Mourad, Y Rashid, MS Laghari
Materials 11 (11), 2191, 2018
Building typologies prevalent in Northern Pakistan and their performance during the 2015 Hindu Kush Earthquake
N Ismail, N Khattak
Earthquake Spectra 32 (4), 2473-2493, 2016
Out-of-plane testing of seismically retrofitted URM walls using posttensioning
N Ismail, P Laursen, JM Ingham
Australian Earthquake Engineering Society (AEES) 2009 Conference, 2009
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