Adekunle Philips ADEWUYI
Adekunle Philips ADEWUYI
Department of Civil Engineering, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria
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Assessment of vibration-based damage identification methods using displacement and distributed strain measurements
A Philips Adewuyi, Z Wu, NHM Kammrujaman Serker
Structural Health Monitoring 8 (6), 443-461, 2009
1382009
Exploratory study of periwinkle shells as coarse aggregates in concrete works
AP Adewuyi, T Adegoke
ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 3 (6), 1-5, 2008
742008
Vibration‐based damage localization in flexural structures using normalized modal macrostrain techniques from limited measurements
AP Adewuyi, Z Wu
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 26 (3), 154-172, 2011
662011
Modal macro‐strain flexibility methods for damage localization in flexural structures using long‐gage FBG sensors
AP Adewuyi, ZS Wu
Structural Control and Health Monitoring 18 (3), 341-360, 2011
522011
Evaluation of fresh and hardened properties of self-compacting concrete
OS Olafusi, AP Adewuyi, AI Otunla, AO Babalola
Open Journal of Civil Engineering 5 (01), 1, 2015
302015
Application of waterworks sludge as partial replacement for cement in concrete production
AP Adewuyi, BF Ola
Science Focus Journal 10 (1), 123-130, 2005
302005
Comparative studies of steel, bamboo and rattan as reinforcing bars in concrete: tensile and flexural characteristics
AP Adewuyi, AA Otukoya, OA Olaniyi, OS Olafusi
Open Journal of Civil Engineering 5 (02), 228, 2015
192015
Compaction characteristics of oil contaminated residual soil
JR Oluremi, AP Adewuyi, AA Sanni
Journal of Engineering and Technology (JET) 6 (2), 75-87, 2015
142015
Utilization of mollusc shells for concrete production for sustainable environment
AP Adewuyi, SO Franklin, KA Ibrahim
International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research 6 (9), 201, 2015
132015
Vibration-based structural health monitoring technique using statistical features from strain measurements
AP Adewuyi, ZS Wu
strain 2 (1), 3, 2006
132006
Adaptation of vibration-based SHM for condition assessment and damage detection of civil infrastructure systems
AP Adewuyi, ZS Wu, AA Raheem
LAUTECH Journal of Engineering & Technology 6, 1-11, 2010
82010
Identification of damage in reinforced concrete columns under progressive seismic excitation stages
Z Wu, AP Adewuyi, S Xue
Journal of Earthquake and Tsunami 5 (02), 151-165, 2011
62011
Compressive strength and abrasion resistance of concretes under varying exposure conditions
AP Adewuyi, IA Sulaiman, JO Akinyele
Open Journal of Civil Engineering 7 (1), 82-99, 2017
52017
Analytical investigation of prestressed concrete structures incorporating combined post-tensioned and post-compressed reinforcements
AP Adewuyi, SO Franklin
ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Science 6, 12, 2011
52011
Assessment of potentials of treated wastewater sludge ash as a partial replacement of cement
A Adewuyi, O Baithshupile, SO Franklin, GK Udasi, OJ Kanyeto
Assessment 2 (12), 2016
32016
Rheological and Mechanical Characteristics of SelfCompacting Concrete Containing Corncob Ash
OS Olafusi, AP Adewuyi, OM Sadiq, AF Adisa, OS Abiola
Journal of Engineering Research 22 (1), 72-85, 2017
22017
Physical properties and compressive strength of concrete exposed to progressive heat
AP Adewuyi, OA Olaniyi, KA Ibrahim, DD Babalola
Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science Studies 3 (9), 2084-2090, 2017
22017
Vibration-based structural health monitoring technique using statistical features for data stability assessment and damage localization
ZS Wu, AP Adewuyi
Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and …, 2009
22009
Flexural Performance of Self-Compacting Concrete Containing Corn-Cob Ash
OS Olafusi, AP Adewuyi, AF Adisa, OM Sadiq, OT Olateju
ISBN, 0
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Performance monitoring of an existing concrete bridge using strain measurement data
AP ADEWUYI, Z WU, SO FRANKLIN
Structural Health Monitoring 2017, 2017
12017
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