Mohammad Jamal Mahmoud Al-Shannag is a professor of structural engineering in civil engineering department at King Saud University, Saudi Arabia.  He received his PhD in civil engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, in 1995.  His research interests include structural repair and retrofit of reinforced concrete structures; normal, lightweight, high performance, and reinforced concretes; fiber reinforced cement based composites and ferrocement; pozzolanic cements, durability of concrete, and concrete making materials.
Introduction to reinforced concrete and building codes.  Limit states and design philosophy.  Flexural behavior of reinforced concrete beams.  Design of beams for flexure and shear in accordance…
Introduction for project management objectives. Planning construction projects. Scheduling using arrow networks. Scheduling using activity-on-node and precedence methods. Scheduling using Program…
Introduction and fundamentals of mechanics of deformable materials. Concept of stress and strain and Hooke’s law. Concept of failure, yield and allowable stresses. Factor of safety and allowable…
Various combinations of a local natural pozzolan and silica fume were used to produce workable high to very high strength mortars and concretes with a compressive strength in the range of 69-110…
Laboratory investigation was undertaken to develop high-performance cement-based grouts for infiltrating fiber-reinforced cementitious composites that makes them ideally suited for structural…
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EDUCATION  1995 Ph.D, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.…
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