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Investigation of fibre reinforced mud brick as a building material
H Binici, O Aksogan, T Shah
Construction and building materials 19 (4), 313-318, 2005
4302005
Durability of concrete made with granite and marble as recycle aggregates
H Binici, T Shah, O Aksogan, H Kaplan
Journal of materials processing technology 208 (1-3), 299-308, 2008
3422008
Thermal isolation and mechanical properties of fibre reinforced mud bricks as wall materials
H Binici, O Aksogan, MN Bodur, E Akca, S Kapur
Construction and Building materials 21 (4), 901-906, 2007
2922007
Effect of crushed ceramic and basaltic pumice as fine aggregates on concrete mortars properties
H Binici
Construction and building materials 21 (6), 1191-1197, 2007
2862007
Influence of marble and limestone dusts as additives on some mechanical properties of concrete
Binici H, Kaplan H, Yılmaz S
Scientific Research and Essay 9, 372-379., 2007
284*2007
An environment-friendly thermal insulation material from sunflower stalk, textile waste and stubble fibers
H Binici, M Eken, M Kara, M Dolaz
2013 International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications …, 2013
2772013
Mesleki ve Teknik Eğitimde Arayışlar
Binici H, Arı N
Gazi Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi, 2004
223*2004
Mechanical, thermal and acoustical characterizations of an insulation composite made of bio-based materials
H Binici, O Aksogan, C Demirhan
Sustainable Cities and Society 20, 17-26, 2016
1862016
The effect of fineness on the properties of the blended cements incorporating ground granulated blast furnace slag and ground basaltic pumice
H Binici, H Temiz, MM Köse
Construction and Building Materials 21 (5), 1122-1128, 2007
1812007
Durability of concrete made with natural granular granite, silica sand and powders of waste marble and basalt as fine aggregate
H Binici, O Aksogan
Journal of Building Engineering 19, 109-121, 2018
157*2018
The effect of particle size distribution on the properties of blended cements incorporating GGBFS and natural pozzolan (NP)
H Binici, O Aksogan, IH Cagatay, M Tokyay, E Emsen
Powder Technology 177 (3), 140-147, 2007
1442007
Sulfate resistance of plain and blended cement
H Binici, O Aksoğan
Cement and Concrete Composites 28 (1), 39-46, 2006
1242006
Sound insulation of fibre reinforced mud brick walls
H Binici, O Aksogan, D Bakbak, H Kaplan, B Isik
Construction and Building Materials 23 (2), 1035-1041, 2009
1152009
Mechanical and radioactivity shielding performances of mortars made with colemanite, barite, ground basaltic pumice and ground blast furnace slag
H Binici, O Aksogan, AH Sevinc, A Kucukonder
Construction and Building Materials 50, 177-183, 2014
1132014
Durability of concrete made by partial replacement of fine aggregate by colemanite and barite and cement by ashes of corn stalk, wheat straw and sunflower stalk ashes
O Aksoğan, H Binici, E Ortlek
Construction and Building Materials 106, 253-263, 2016
1082016
Investigating sound insulation, thermal conductivity and radioactivity of chipboards produced with cotton waste, fly ash and barite
H Binici, R Gemci, A Kucukonder, HH Solak
Construction and Building Materials 30, 826-832, 2012
1032012
Structural damages of L'Aquila (Italy) earthquake
H Kaplan, H Bilgin, S Yilmaz, H Binici, A Öztas
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 10 (3), 499-507, 2010
1032010
Effect of corncob, wheat straw, and plane leaf ashes as mineral admixtures on concrete durability
H Binici, F Yucegok, O Aksogan, H Kaplan
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 20 (7), 478-483, 2008
1032008
Performance of ground blast furnace slag and ground basaltic pumice concrete against seawater attack
H Binici, O Aksogan, EB Görür, H Kaplan, MN Bodur
Construction and Building Materials 22 (7), 1515-1526, 2008
982008
May 1, 2003 Turkey—Bingöl earthquake: damage in reinforced concrete structures
H Kaplan, S Yilmaz, H Binici, E Yazar, N Çetinkaya
Engineering Failure Analysis 11 (3), 279-291, 2004
962004
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