Kenji Kawai

Last Updated :2024/02/02

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Professor
Web Site
E-mail
kkawaihiroshima-u.ac.jp
Other Contact Details
1-4-1, Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
TEL : (+81)82-424-7788 FAX : (+81)82-424-7788
Self-introduction
I major in concrete engineering (civil and environmental engineering), especially studying on chemical performance evaluation and environmental impact assessment of concrete.

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2020/04/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Professor
  • 2017/04/01, 2020/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Engineering, Professor
  • 2010/04/01, 2017/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Engineering, Professor
  • 2007/04/01, 2010/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor
  • 2001/04/01, 2007/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor
  • 1997/07/07, 1998/07/05, Northwestern University, Visiting Scholar
  • 1995/11/01, 2001/03/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Engineering, Associate Professor
  • 1990/04/01, 1995/10/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Engineering, Research Associate

Educational Backgrounds

  • The University of Tokyo, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Japan, 1985/04, 1990/03
  • The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Japan, 1981/04, 1985/03

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
  • Master of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Educational Activity

  • [Bachelor Degree Program] School of Engineering : Cluster 4(Civil Engineering and Architecture) : Program of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • [Master's Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Civil and Environmental Engineering Program
  • [Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Civil and Environmental Engineering Program

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Civil engineering;Civil engineering materials / Construction / Construction management

Research Keywords

  • Migration of Substances
  • Performance Evaluation
  • LCA
  • Pore Solution
  • Chemical Deterioration
  • Environmental Impact
  • Concrete

Affiliated Academic Societies

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2023, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 2Term, Toward Construction of Safe Social Environment
  2. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Academic approach to SDGs - B
  3. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Academic approach to SDGs - B[On-Demand]
  4. 2023, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Lifestyle and the city
  5. 2023, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Materials Science
  6. 2023, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Concrete Engineering
  7. 2023, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Experiments in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  8. 2023, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Environmental Chemistry of Concrete
  9. 2023, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Design of Infrastructures
  10. 2023, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Project Management in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  11. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Special Exercises on Civil and Environmental Engineering A
  12. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Special Exercises on Civil and Environmental Engineering A
  13. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Special Exercises on Civil and Environmental Engineering B
  14. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Special Exercises on Civil and Environmental Engineering B
  15. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Civil and Environmental Engineering
  16. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Advanced Structural Materials
  17. 2023, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Advanced Structural Materials
  18. 2023, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Civil and Environmental Engineering
  19. 2023, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. STUDY ON THE MECHANISM OF PORE STRUCTURE CHANGE OF CEMENT PASTE IMMERSED IN SEAWATER, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 76(1), 123-129, 20230331
  2. EFFECT OF CURING TEMPERATURE ON CEMENTING EFFICIENCY FACTOR FOR FLY ASH MORTAR STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 76(1), 342-348, 20230331
  3. Influence of chloride solutions on the leaching of heavy metals from cement hydrates, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 378, 20230516
  4. Microstructure and mechanical properties of epoxy resin-reinforced geopolymer exposed to high temperatures, MATERIALS LETTERS, 331, 20230115
  5. Mechanical and microstructural evolutions of fly ash/slag-based geopolymer at high temperatures: Effect of curing conditions, CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, 49(2), 2091-2101, 20230115
  6. Effects of chloride ion in sea sand on properties of fresh and hardened concrete incorporating supplementary cementitious materials, Journal of Sustainable Cement-Based Materials, 11(6), 439-451, 20221102
  7. Evaluation of environmental and economic aspects of cement and concrete, Journal of Structural and Construction Engineering, 86(788), 1391-1399, 20211030
  8. Alkali leaching and mechanical performance of epoxy resin-reinforced geopolymer composite, MATERIALS LETTERS, 304, 20211201
  9. Effect of silica fume on efflorescence formation and alkali leaching of alkali-activated slag, JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 315, 20210915
  10. Changes in characteristic of Alite-C3A-gypsum hydrate at early stages of sulfuric acid immersion, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 43(1), 377-382, 20210615
  11. Contribution of fly ash to the strength development of mortars cured at different temperatures, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 276, 20210322
  12. Effects of chloride ions on the durability and mechanical properties of sea sand concrete incorporating supplementary cementitious materials under an accelerated carbonation condition, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 274, 20210308
  13. Evaluation of the cementing efficiency factor of low-calcium fly ash for the chloride-penetration resistance of concretes: A simple approach, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 270, 20210208
  14. MOISTURE TRANSFER MEASUREMENT IN HARDENED CEMENT USING ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE METHOD, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 42(1), 533-538, 20200715
  15. Environmental impact assessment of world concretes considering multiple impact categories, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 42(1), 1744-1749, 20200715
  16. Quantification of environmental impact reduction effect due to blast furnace slag export, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 42(1), 1750-1755, 20200715
  17. Environmental impact assessment of industries considering environmental impacts of wastes and by-products, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 42(1), 1756-1761, 20200715
  18. Effect of Sodium Sulfate Activator on Compressive Strength and Hydration of Fly-Ash Cement Pastes, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, 32(6), 20200601
  19. Effects of Shirasu natural pozzolan and limestone powder on the strength and aggressive chemical resistance of concrete, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 239, 20200410
  20. Evaluation of recycling industry by environmental indicator regarding recycling of wastes and by-products, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 73(1), 394-400, 20200331
  21. Environmental impact assessment of world cements considering production method and environmental condition in each country, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 73(1), 401-406, 20200331
  22. Effects of porous ceramic roof tile waste aggregate on strength development and carbonation resistance of steam-cured fly ash concrete, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 236, 20200310
  23. A Simple Method to Evaluate the Depth of Concrete Degradation by Fire, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY, 17(11), 639-647, 201911
  24. Study on temperature dependence and estimation method of high strength mortar using alite cement and pozzolanic fine powder, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. E2, 75(3), 157-168, 20190820
  25. An investigation on correlation between fly ash reaction and cementing efficiency factor for strength development of concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 41(1), 245-250, 20190615
  26. Mechanical properties and carbonation resistance of sea sand concrete containing ground granulated blast furnace slag under accelerated carbonation, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 41(1), 383-388, 20190615
  27. Chemical changes in cement paste at early stages of sulfuric acid immersion, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 41(1), 539-544, 20190615
  28. Deterioration of concretes containing Shirasu natural pozzolan and limestone powder exposed to aggressive chemical environment, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 41(1), 647-652, 20190615
  29. Effect of GGBS addition on properties of fly ash-based geopolymer at high temperatures, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 41(1), 1991-1996, 20190615
  30. Evaluation of bridge by environmental indicator considering resource recycling and CO2 emission, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 72(1), 352-358, 20190329
  31. Penetration of Moisture, CO2, and Cl Ions in Concrete after Exposure to High Temperature, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY, 17(1), 1-15, 201901
  32. Long-term pozzolanic reaction of fly ash in hardened cement-based paste internally activated by natural injection of saturated Ca(OH)(2) solution, MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES, 51(6), 201812
  33. Experimental study on creep properties of concrete using porous ceramic roof tile waste fine aggregate, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 40(1), 477-482, 20180615
  34. Carbonation and Chloride Penetration into Concrete after High Temperature Exposure, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 40(1), 591-596, 20180615
  35. Study on Fluidity and Segregation Resistance of Concrete using Polypropylene Short Fiber, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 40(1), 999-1004, 20180615
  36. Effect of solution type on adsorption and desorption properties of lead in cement hydrates, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 71(1), 226-231, 20180330
  37. Internal curing of Class-F fly-ash concrete using high-volume roof-tile waste aggregate, MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES, 50(4), 201708
  38. Shear Strength of Reinforced Limestone Aggregate Concrete Beams, ACI STRUCTURAL JOURNAL, 114(4), 1007-1017, 2017
  39. Long-term pore structure of internally cured fly ash cement paste by an injection of water, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 39(1), 109-114, 20170615
  40. Microscopic investigation on fly ash cement paste sulfate-activated with aggregate, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 70(1), 141-147, 20170331
  41. Degradation of concrete immersed in sulfuric acid for a long term, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 70(1), 397-404, 20170331
  42. Effects of drying shrinkage of concrete on shear behavior of reinforced concrete beams without shear reinforcement, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. E2, 73(1), 50-69, 20170220
  43. Effect of internal alkali activation on pozzolanic reaction of low-calcium fly ash cement paste, MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES, 49(8), 3039-3053, 201608
  44. Electrical resistance measurement to assess moisture transfer in cement-based mortar through water absorbing and drying processes, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 38(1), 813-818, 20160615
  45. Shrinkage stress induced by reinforcement restraint and creep of concrete subjected to high temperature history at early age, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 38(1), 1515-1520, 20160615
  46. Evaluation of cements by environmental indicator regarding recycling of wastes and by-products, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 69, 679-686, 20160331
  47. A study on pozzolanic reaction of fly ash cement paste activated by an injection of alkali solution, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 94, 28-34, 20150930
  48. Pozzolanic reaction of fly ash cement paste in the presence of alkali activator, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 37(1), 157-162, 20150615
  49. Properties and application to pavement concrete of blended cement containing portland blast-furnace slag cement type B and high early strength portland cement, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 37(1), 1873-1878, 20150615
  50. Properties and CO2 emission of pavement concrete based on blended cement, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 283-290, 20150327
  51. Effect of porous ceramic waste aggregate on durability of steam cured fly ash concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 337-344, 20150327
  52. Capturing in cement paste of heavy metal added with different methods, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 375-381, 20150327
  53. Sulfuric acid deterioration of mortar in pipe with different diameter simulating coarse aggregate distance, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 382-388, 20150327
  54. A study of environmental indicators regarding recycling of waste and by-products by production of Portland cement, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 510-515, 20150327
  55. Desorption properties of heavy metals from cement hydrates in various chloride solutions, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 67, 55-60, 20140930
  56. Evaluation of visual methods for CO2 uptake by demolished concrete: Research activities by JSCE subcommittee 219, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 67, 393-398, 20140930
  57. Effects of porous ceramic coarse aggregate as an internal curing material on steam-cured fly ash concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 36(1), 670-675, 20140615
  58. Effect of moisture content and ponding condition on penetration and leaching of cesium in mortar, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 67, 210-215, 20140225
  59. Effect of coarse aggregate content on sulfuric acid deterioration of concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 67, 480-486, 20140225
  60. Carbonation characteristics of the C-S-H with various Ca/Si ratios, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 67, 487-494, 20140225
  61. Study on measures for the reduction of the environmental impact of precast concrete, Concrete Research and Technology, 25, 35-44, 20140115
  62. Applications of emission inventory in precast concrete industry, Proceeding of the Japan Concrete Institute, 34(1), 1318-1323, 20120701
  63. Adsorption and desorption properties and leaching behavior of lead in cement hydrates, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 65, 126-131, 20120201
  64. Resistance evaluation of cementitious material to sulfuric acid using simple testing method, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 65, 368-375, 20120201
  65. Environmental impact of repair of highway bridge based on examples and measures of impact reduction, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser.F4, 67(3), 109-121, 20111220
  66. Environmental impact of waste concrete treatment in precast concrete production, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 33(1), 1901-1906, 20110701
  67. Application of performance-based environmental design to concrete and concrete structures, STRUCTURAL CONCRETE, 12(1), 30-35, 201103
  68. A model for dissolution of carbon dioxide gas in high pH solution based on chemical kinetics, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. E, 66(1), 80-93, 20100319
  69. Case studies on LCCO2 assessment of precast concrete products with a revegetation function, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 63, 249-254, 20100201
  70. Effects of carbon dioxide gas concentration on carbonation of C-S-H, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 63, 347-353, 20100201
  71. Effect of Temperature on the Dissolution of Carbon Dioxide Gas in High pH Solution, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 31(1), 973-978, 20090701
  72. Investigation on the Amount of CO2 Emission Related to Transportation of Fly Ash, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 31(2), 1579-1584, 20090701
  73. Environmental Impact of Road Pavement Using Several Pavement Materials, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 31(2), 1597-1602, 20090701
  74. Environmental Inventory Data of Production of Precast Concrete Products, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 31(2), 1603-1608, 20090701
  75. Influences of Carbonation on Diffusion and Adsorption Properties of Heavy Metals in Cement Hydrates, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 62, 143-148, 20090201
  76. Case Studieson Life Cycle Impact Assessment of Precast Concrete Products, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 62, 233-239, 20090201
  77. Sulfuric Acid Deterioration of Mortar Containing Fly Ash as Fine Aggregate, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 62, 385-390, 20090201
  78. Effective Utilization of Fly Ash in Terms of Environmental Impact Reduction Due to Transportation, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 30(3), 1735-1740, 20080701
  79. Study on Diffusion and Adsorption of Heavy Metals in Cement Hydrates, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 123-128, 20080201
  80. Experimental Study on Fixation of Chloride Ion by Cement Hydrates Containing Mineral Admixture, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 324-330, 20080201
  81. Fundamental Study on Mechanism of Resistance to Sulfuric Acid of Acid Resistant Cementitious Material, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 344-350, 20080201
  82. Sulfuric Acid Deterioration of Cement Paste with Fly Ash Cured for a Long Time, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 378-383, 20080201
  83. Study on Dissolution Rate of Carbon Dioxide Gas in Pore Solution, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 29(1), 945-950, 20070701
  84. Case Studies on Life Cycle Impact Assessment of Precast Concrete Products with a Revegetation Function, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 191-198, 20070201
  85. A Study on Mechanism of Heavy Metal Leaching from Concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 314-321, 20070201
  86. Experimental Study on Mechanisms of Heavy Metal Leaching from Hardened Cement Pastes, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 28(1), 749-754, 20060701
  87. Study on the Dissolution Rate of Carbon Dioxide Gas in High pH Solution, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 28(1), 755-760, 20060701
  88. A Study on Prediction of Long-Term Heavy Metal Leaching from Concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 311-316, 20060201
  89. Experimental Study on Decomposition Rate of Monosulfate and Ettringite due to Carbonation, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 339-345, 20060201
  90. Inventory data and case studies for environmental performance evaluation of concrete structure construction, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY, 3(3), 435-456, 20051001
  91. Durability Improvement of High Volume Fly Ash Concrete by Alkali Activator, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 27(1), 193-198, 20050601
  92. Influence of the Flow of Water on Concrete Deterioration Caused by Sulfuric Acid Attack, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 27(1), 721-726, 20050601
  93. An Investigation on Environmental Pollusion Assessment Method in Material Evaluation for Concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 27(1), 835-840, 20050601
  94. Autogenous shrinkage of high-strength concrete containing silica fume under drying at early ages, CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH, 35(3), 449-456, 200503
  95. A proposal of concrete structure design methods considering environmental performance, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY, 3(1), 41-51, 20050317
  96. Effects of the Flow of Water on deterioration of Hardened Cement Caused by Sulfuric Acid Attack, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 241-246, 20050220
  97. Experimental Study on Decomposition Rate of Friedel's Salt due to Carbonation, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 289-294, 20050220
  98. Long Term Leaching Behavior of Heavy Metal Added in Concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 636-641, 20050220
  99. Modeling of Chemical Reaction and Transportation of Chloride Ion in Concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 26(1), 861-866, 20040701
  100. A Study on an Evaluation Method of Heavy Metal Leaching from Mortar, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 731-738, 20040201
  101. Heavy Metal Leaching Behavior from Mortar in Several Leaching Tests, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 353-359, 20030201
  102. Chloride Ion Diffusivity of Concrete Using Normal-Type Eco-Cement, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 406-411, 20030201
  103. Adsorption characteristics of superplasticizers on cement component minerals, CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH, 32(10), 1507-1513, 200210
  104. Experimental Study on Acceleration of Pozzolanic Reaction of Fly Ash, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 24(1), 105-110, 20020701
  105. Pore Solution Composition of Hardened Cement Paste Made from Municipal Solid Wastes, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 163-172, 20020501
  106. Effects of Activator on Hydration of Cement Containing High Volume Fly Ash, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 122-127, 20020201
  107. Fundamental Studies on Leaching Behavior of Copper Ion from Mortar Containing Copper, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 128-133, 20020201
  108. A Study on Application of Cement Made from Municipal Solid Wastes to Materials for Reinforced Concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 707-713, 20020201
  109. Evaluation of Autogenous Shrinkage and Drying Shrinkage Based on Bound Water Content of Cementitious Materials, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 53(690), 109-120, 20011101
  110. Hydration Properties of Cement Paste Containing High Volume Fly Ash, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 161-166, 20010201
  111. Mechanical Properties of Reinforced Concrete Members Made of Recycled Aggregate, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 291-298, 20010201
  112. A Study on Behavior of Chlorine in Paste Using Cement Manufactured from Municipal Solid Wastes, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 502-507, 20010201
  113. Expansive concrete cured in pressurized water at high temperature, CEMENT & CONCRETE COMPOSITES, 22(2), 121-126, 200004
  114. A Study on Corrosion Resistance of Cements Manufactured from Municipal Wastes with Various Chloride Contents, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 258-263, 20000201
  115. Expansive Concrete Cured under High Temperature and High Pressure Water, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 441-447, 20000201
  116. An Investigation on Anti-Soiling Countermeasures of Concrete Surfaces Based on Soiling Conditions and Soiling Evaluation, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 689-696, 20000201
  117. A Study on Color Transition of Mortar Due to Acid Rain, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 450-455, 19971201
  118. Properties of Calcium Chloroaluminate Cement Manufactured from Municipal Waste, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 696-701, 19971201
  119. Concrete Deterioration Due to Aerobic Bacteria Grown with Continuous Culture Method, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 416-421, 19961201
  120. Simulation of Concrete Deterioration Using Synthesized Organic Acids, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 422-427, 19961201
  121. Influences of pH of Rainwater on Color Transition of Mortar, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 490-495, 19961201
  122. An Investigation on Surface Staining of Concrete Due to Microorganisms, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 502-507, 19961201
  123. Effect of Organic and Carbonic Acids on Concrete Deterioration Caused by Aerobic Microorganisms, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 105-115, 19961101
  124. Effect of Mixing Water on Morphology of Calcium Aluminate in Early Hydration, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 72-77, 19951201
  125. Effect of Metabolite Content of Aerobic Microorganism on Concrete Deterioration, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 704-709, 19951201
  126. Migration of Ions in Pore Solution Caused by Curing Condition, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 750-755, 19951201
  127. Influences of Mix Proportion and Type of Cement on Color Transition of Mortar, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 838-843, 19951201
  128. A Study on Flush Setting Concrete Containing Fly Ash, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 292-297, 19941201
  129. Concrete Deterioration Due to Weak Acid Metabolized by Aerobic Microorganisms, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 642-647, 19941201
  130. Effect of Metabolites of Microorganisms on Concrete, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 522-527, 19931201
  131. Concrete Deterioration Caused by Aerobic Bacteria, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 125-131, 19931101
  132. Effect of Metabolites of Microorganisms on Concrete Deterioration, Journal of Antibacterial and Antifungal Agents, 21(7), 379-383, 19930701
  133. Effect of Mixing Water on Morphology of C3A Hydrates, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 68-73, 19921201
  134. Ion Diffusivity in Cement Hydrates Containing Silicious Mineral Admixtures, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 226-231, 19921201
  135. Chemical Resistivity of Cement Replaced with Binary Pozzolans, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 244-249, 19921201
  136. Effect of Microorganisms on the Deterioration of Concrete, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 534-539, 19921201
  137. Concrete Deterioration Caused by Microorganisms, Journal of Antibacterial and Antifungal Agents, 20(9), 485-488, 19920901
  138. A Study on Pozzolanic Reactivity of Special Meta-Kaolin, CAJ Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 258-263, 19911201
  139. Water-Soluble Alkali Content in Cement, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 35-39, 19910801
  140. Migration and Concentration of Chlorides, Sulfides and Alkali Compounds in Concrete Caused by Carbonation, Concrete Research and Technology, 1(2), 69-82, 19900701
  141. Migration of Corrosive Substances in Concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 11(1), 545-550, 19890701
  142. Estimation of Unit Cement Content in Hardened Concrete, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 145-150, 19890201
  143. Research on Estimation of Alkali Content in Hardened Concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 9(1), 651-656, 19870701
  144. Effects of various ions in seawater on chloride ion behavior in mortar using ground granulated blast-furnace slag, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 302, 46-51, 20230314
  145. Carbonation resistance of portland blast furnace slag cement type B concrete internally cured by using roof-tile waste aggregate, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 302, 68-76, 20230314
  146. Contribution of fly ash to mortar strength development under steam and internal curing, Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings, 33, 232-237, 20220303
  147. Applicability of electrical resistance method to moisture transfer measurement in paste using mineral admixture, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 268, 379-387, 202110
  148. Effect of molarity of potassium hydroxide solution on heat resistance of fly ash-slag based geopolymer, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 268, 409-417, 202110
  149. Frost damage resistance of portland blast-furnace slag cement concrete cured internally by using roof-tile waste aggregate, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 268, 487-495, 202110
  150. Influence of superplasticizer on workability and early strength of fly ash/blast furnace slag based geopolymer mortar, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 268, 497-505, 202110
  151. Microscopic investigation on interfacial transition zone in fly ash cement hydrates using roof-tile waste aggregate, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 268, 517-525, 202110
  152. Effect of GGBS inclusion on fly ash-based geopolymer cured under sealed condition at ambient temperature, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation, 202011
  153. Do you believe shrinkage-induced degradation of shear tension strength in reinforced concrete beams?, Proceedings of Sixth International Conference on Construction Materials, in CD, 202008
  154. Changes in characteristics of alite hydrate and C3A gypsum hydrate at early stages of sulfuric acid immersion, Proceedings of Sixth International Conference on Construction Materials, in CD, 202008
  155. Evaluation of waste recycling in venous industry using environmental indicator, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 101, 1915-1923, 201912
  156. Effects of amounts and moisture states of clay-brick waste as coarse aggregate on slump and compressive strength of concrete, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 54, 507-512, 201910
  157. Properties of fly ash/slag-based geopolymer exposed to high temperature and sulfuric acid, Proceedings of the 13th Pacific Rim Conference of Ceramic Societies, in USB, 1p., 201910
  158. Effect of sodium-silicate treatment for recycled concrete aggregate on slump and compressive strength of concrete, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 80, 457-465, 20200728
  159. Effect of water-to-binder ratio on cementing efficiency factor of fly ash regarding compressive strength of concrete, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 80, 467-476, 20200728
  160. Influence of chloride ion in sea sand on mechanical properties of fly ash concrete exposed to accelerated carbonation, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 80, 521-529, 20200728
  161. Influence of molar concentration of sodium hydroxide solution on high temperature resistance of geopolymer paste, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 80, 531-537, 20200728
  162. Investigation on moisture transfer in mortar after exposure to high temperature, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 80, 563-572, 20200728
  163. Lead adsorption on cement paste at various pH controlled by different methods, Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 80, 573-580, 20200728
  164. Effect of curing temperature on degree of fly ash reaction and contribution of fly ash to strength development of mortar, Proceedings of the 3rd ACF Symposium, in USB, 6p., 201909
  165. Effects of drying shrinkage of concrete on shear behaviour of reinforced concrete beams, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, 533-545, 201907
  166. Influence of sulfate activator on fresh properties and compressive strength of fly ash-cement paste, Proceedings of 2018 International Conference on Sustainability in Civil Engineering, 274-278, 201811
  167. Effects of sodium-sulfate additon on consistency, setting time and compressive strength at early ages of fly ash-cement paste, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation, 335-342, 201811
  168. Effect of Shirasu volcanic ash and limestone powder on chemical resistance of concrete, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation, 483-493, 201811
  169. Compressive strength, permeability and sorptivity of sea sand concrete containing supplementary cementitious materials, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation, 559-567, 201811
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  343. Visualization of CO2 uptake effect due to demolished concrete, Concrete Journal, 53(5), 485-490, 201505
  344. An environmental index showing the recycling of wastes and byproducts in cement manufacturing, Cement & Concrete, 2-9, 202208
  345. Effect of waste use by the cement industry on the remaining life of final disposal sites, Cement & Concrete, 30-35, 202207
  346. Environmental impact assessment of cements considering multiple impact categories, Cement & Concrete, 9-14, 202104
  347. Summary of JSCE Standard Specifications for Concrete Structures 2018, "Maintenance", Cement & Concrete, 32-37, 201812
  348. Evaluation of cements by environmental indicator regarding recycling of wastes and by-products, Cement & Concrete, 23-28, 20170310
  349. Effect of reaction rate in carbonation modeling of cement hydrates, Cement & Concrete, 54-59, 20071201
  350. The deterioration of concrete in sewerage works caused by metabolites of aerobic microorganisms, and preventive measures, L'industria italiana del Cemento, 792-805, 199611

Awards

  1. 2020/08/11, Best Paper of ConMat '20, Chairs of Scientific Committee of ConMat'20, Do you believe shrinkage-induced degradation of shear tension strength in reinforced concrete beams?
  2. 2019/07/16, SCMT5 Paper Selected for Journal, SCMT5 International Organizing Committee, Effects of drying shrinkage of concrete on shear behavior of reinforced concrete beams without shear reinforcement
  3. 2019/02/19, Materials and Structures: Outstanding Paper 2018 Award, Editor in Chief, Board of Editors, Materials and Structures, Long-term pozzolanic reaction of fly ash in hardened cement-based paste internally activated by natural injection of saturated Ca(OH)2 solution
  4. 2016/08/09, SCMT4 Award Winning Paper, SCMT4 Awards Committee, Applicability of molten slag and porous ceramic-roof tile waste aggregate to massive structural concrete
  5. 2016/05/11, Best Paper Award of Japan Cement Association, Japan Cement Association, Evaluation of cements by environmental indicator regarding recycling of wastes and by-products
  6. 2015/09/17, The International Conference on Sustainable Structural Concrete the Most Outstanding Paper, Sustain Concrete 2015 Organising Committee, Effects of porous ceramic waste aggregate as an internal curing agent on steam-cured high strength fly ash concrete
  7. 2015/05/13, Best Paper Award of Japan Cement Association, Japan Cement Association, Capturing in cement paste of heavy metal added with different methods
  8. 2014/09/23, The 6th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation Best Paper Award, Chair of Scientific Committee of ACF2014, Secretary of Scientific Committee of ACF2014, Effect of alkali activator on pozzolanic reaction of fly ash cement paste
  9. 2013/08/20, SCMT3 Paper Selected for Journal, SCMT3 International Organizing Committee, Desorption properties of heavy metals from cement hydrates in various chloride solutions
  10. 2008/05/29, Best Paper Award of Japan Cement Association, Japan Cement Association, Study on mechanism of heavy metal leaching from concrete
  11. 2006/05/19, Japan Concrete Institute Award (Best Paper Award), Japan Concrete Institute, Study on assessment method for environmental impact of concrete
  12. 1998/05/14, Best Paper Award of Japan Cement Association, Japan Cement Association, Study on concrete deterioration due to aerobic bacteria

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. KAKENHI(Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)), Preconditions for environmental impact assessment of concrete, 2021, 2023
  2. KAKENHI(Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)), Development of a practical prediction method for concrete deterioration caused by sulfuric acid attack, 2018, 2020
  3. KAKENHI, Application of pozzolan using an internal curing agent supplying alkalis, 2015, 2016
  4. KAKENHI, Environmental impact evaluation of heavy metals in concrete, 2014, 2016
  5. KAKENHI, Enhancement of structural performance of mass concrete members by internal curing with porous ceramic-roof tile waste aggregates, 2013, 2015
  6. KAKENHI, Evolvement of "durability mechanics" for the evaluation of shrinkage effect on performance of reinforced concrete beams, 2012, 2014
  7. KAKENHI, Study on Modeling for the Carbonation of C-S-H with Various Ca/Si Ratio, 2010, 2012
  8. KAKENHI, A study on a simple evaluation method for sulfuric acid resistivity of acid-resistant cementitious materials, 2008, 2011
  9. KAKENHI, Durability Evaluation of Concrete Subject to the Attack of Corrosive Acidic Substances, 2006, 2007
  10. KAKENHI, Development of Expansive-High Strength Concrete and Systematic Evaluation of Structural Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams, 2004, 2006
  11. KAKENHI, 2003, 2004
  12. KAKENHI, ESTABLISHMENT OF MAINTENANCE SYSTEM FOR CONCRETE STRUCTURES, 2003, 2004
  13. KAKENHI, Evaluation of Durability of Concrete through the Nation-wide Testing and Local Climate Monitoring, 2003, 2004
  14. KAKENHI, Development and Practicability Study on Methods for Assessing Environmental Impact of Concrete, 2002, 2003
  15. KAKENHI, Evaluation for the influence of leaching substances from concrete during construction, 2002, 2003
  16. KAKENHI, CHLORIDE FIXATION CAPACITY OF CEMENT MANUFACTURED FROM MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTES, 2000, 2001
  17. KAKENHI, 1998, 1999
  18. KAKENHI, RESEARCH ON CONSRETE STRUCTURES WITH HIGH DUCTILITY, 1996, 1997
  19. KAKENHI, 1995, 1995
  20. KAKENHI, 1994, 1994
  21. KAKENHI, A STUDY ON VIVIDNESS OF UNDERWATER OPTICAL MICROSCOPE IMAGE WITH HIGH MAGNIFICATION AND STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY SYSTEM, 1993, 1994
  22. KAKENHI, 1993, 1993
  23. KAKENHI, 1992, 1992
  24. KAKENHI, 1991, 1991
  25. KAKENHI, 1991, 1991
  26. KAKENHI, 1990, 1990

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Chairman, Technical Committee on Environmental Impact Assessment of Cement and Concrete, 2022/04, 2024/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  2. Member, Concrete Committee, 2021/04, 2023/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  3. Chairman, Technical Committee for a Feasibility Study on Environmental Impact Assessment of Cement and Concrete, 2021/03, 2022/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  4. Member, Research Committee, 2021/03, 2024/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  5. Convenor, ISO/TC71/SC8/WG7, 2021/01, 9999/99, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  6. Project leader, ISO/NP 13315-5, 2020/11, 9999/99, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  7. Project leader, ISO/NP 13315-3, 2020/10, 9999/99, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  8. Convenor, ISO/TC71/SC8/WG1, 2020/08, 9999/99, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  9. Member, ISO/TC71/SC8, 2020/08, 9999/99, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  10. Member, ISO/TC71, 2020/08, 9999/99, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  11. Member, Concrete Committee, 2019/04, 2021/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  12. Chairman, Sustainability Committee, 2018/04, 2021/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  13. Director, 2017/06, 2019/06, Japan Concrete Institute
  14. Member, Concrete Committee, 2017/05, 2019/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  15. Chairman, Research Committee, 2017/04, 2019/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  16. Member, International Activities Committee, 2017/04, 2019/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  17. Sustainability Committee, 2016/04, 2018/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  18. Standards Committee, 2015/06, 2016/06, Japan Concrete Institute
  19. Member, Concrete Committee, 2015/05, 2017/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  20. Vice-Chairman, Research Committee, 2015/04, 2017/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  21. Member, International Activities Committee, 2015/04, 2017/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  22. Convenor, Commission 7, TG 7.2 (Application of Environmental Design to Concrete Structures), 2015/01, 9999/99, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  23. Member, Commission 7 (Environmental Aspects of Design and Construction), 2015/01, 9999/99, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  24. Director, 2014/06, 2016/06, Japan Concrete Institute
  25. Convenor, ISO/TC71/SC8/WG3, 2014/05, 2019/10, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  26. Sustainability Committee, 2014/04, 2016/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  27. Member, Concrete Committee, 2013/05, 2015/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  28. Member, Research Committee, 2013/04, 2015/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  29. Member, Concrete diagnosis & maintenance engineers Committee, 2012/12, 2014/08, Japan Concrete Institute
  30. Secretary, Concrete diagnosis & maintenance engineers Practice Seminar Subcommittee, 2012/04, 2014/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  31. Sustainability Committee, 2012/04, 2014/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  32. Member, Concrete Committee, 2011/04, 2013/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  33. Secretary, Authorized concrete engineers Training Committee, 2011/02, 2013/01, Japan Concrete Institute
  34. Chairman, Subcommittee for survey of technology for demolition, reuse, and repair of concrete structures taking CO2 reduction into account (Subcommittee 219), Concrete Committee, 2010/06, 2012/05, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  35. Secretary, Concrete diagnosis & maintenance engineers Practice Seminar Subcommittee, 2010/04, 2012/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  36. Sustainability Committee, 2010/04, 2012/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  37. Member, Special Activity Group 8 (fib Sustainability Initiative), 2009/11, 2014/12, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  38. Member, ISO/TC71/SC8, 2009/11, 2019/10, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  39. Member, Concrete Committee, 2009/04, 2011/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  40. Member, Editorial Committee for Concrete Journal, 2008/04, 2010/04, Japan Concrete Institute
  41. Member, Commission 3, TG 3.8 (Technologies for Green Concrete Structures), 2006/06, 2012/05, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  42. Convenor, Commission 3, TG 3.9 (Application of Environmental Design to Concrete Structures), 2006/06, 2014/12, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  43. Member, Editorial Committee for Concrete Research and Technology, 2004/04, 2006/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  44. Member, Concrete diagnosis & maintenance engineers Training Subcommittee, 2004/04, 2007/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  45. Secretary, Commission 3, TG 3.6 (Guidelines for Environmental Design), 2003/06, 2008/10, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  46. Chairman, Subcommittee on assessment for environmental impact of concrete, Concrete Committee, 2002/08, 2004/08, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  47. Chairman, Subcommittee on assessment for environmental impact of concrete, Concrete Committee, 1999/12, 2001/12, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  48. Member, Commission 3 (Environmental Aspects of Design and Construction), 1999/10, 2014/12, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  49. Member, Commission 3, TG 3.3 (Environmental Design), 1999/10, 2004/02, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)