Madhu M Karthik
Madhu M Karthik
Indian Institute of Technology, Palakkad
Verified email at iitpkd.ac.in
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Stress-block parameters for unconfined and confined concrete based on a unified stress-strain model
MM Karthik, JB Mander
Journal of Structural Engineering 137 (2), 270-273, 2010
1022010
ASR/DEF related expansion in structural concrete: Model development and validation
MM Karthik, JB Mander, S Hurlebaus
Construction and Building Materials 128, 238-247, 2016
182016
Condition assessment of bridge post-tensioning and stay cable systems using NDE methods
S Hurlebaus, M Hueste, M Karthik, T Terzioglu
Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2016
132016
Displacement-Based Compatibility Strut-and-Tie Method and Application to Monotonic and Cyclic Loading
MM Karthik, JB Mander, S Hurlebaus
Journal of Structural Engineering 142 (6), 04016010, 2016
102016
Nondestructive evaluation of grout defects in internal tendons of post-tensioned girders
T Terzioglu, MM Karthik, S Hurlebaus, MBD Hueste, S Maack, ...
Ndt & E International 99, 23-35, 2018
92018
Deterioration data of a large-scale reinforced concrete specimen with severe ASR/DEF deterioration
MM Karthik, JB Mander, S Hurlebaus
Construction and Building Materials 124, 20-30, 2016
92016
Structural Assessment of" D" Regions Affected by Premature Concrete Deterioration: Technical Report
JB Mander, MM Karthik, S Hurlebaus
9*2015
Structural assessment of
JB Mander, JM Bracci, S Hurlebaus, Z Grasley, MM Karthik, SH Liu, ...
Texas. Dept. of Transportation. Research and Technology Implementation Office, 2012
92012
Structural Assessment of "D" Region Affected by Premature Concrete Deterioration: Technical Report
JB Mander, JM Bracci, S Hurlebaus, Z Grasley, MM Karthik, SH Liu, ...
http://tti.tamu.edu/documents/0-5997-1.pdf, 2012
9*2012
Inspection Guidelines for Bridge Post-tensioning and Stay Cable Systems Using NDE Methods
S Hurlebaus, MBD Hueste, MM Karthik, T Terzioglu
NCHRP Research Report, 2017
7*2017
Experimental behavior of large reinforced concrete specimen with heavy ASR and DEF deterioration
MM Karthik, JB Mander, S Hurlebaus
Journal of Structural Engineering 144 (8), 04018110, 2018
52018
Modeling ASR/DEF Expansion Strains in Large Reinforced Concrete Specimens
MM Karthik, JB Mander, S Hurlebaus
Journal of Structural Engineering 144 (7), 04018085, 2018
52018
Nondestructive Testing Methods for Underwater Tunnel Linings: Practical Application at Chesapeake Channel Tunnel
JB White, KT Wieghaus, MM Karthik, P Shokouhi, S Hurlebaus, A Wimsatt
Journal of Infrastructure Systems, B4016011-1-B4016011-11, 2016
42016
Guidelines for Determining the Capacity of D-Regions with Premature Concrete Deterioration of ASR/DEF
JB Mander, S Hurlebaus, MM Karthik, RM Scott
Texas Transportation Institute, The Texas A&M University System, 2012
32012
Magnetic flux leakage technique to detect loss in metallic area in external post-tensioning systems
MM Karthik, T Terzioglu, S Hurlebaus, MB Hueste, H Weischedel, ...
Engineering Structures 201, 109765, 2019
22019
Nondestructive Evaluation of Stay Cable Specimens for Non-Strand Defects
MM Karthik, T Terzioglu, C Jones, S Hurlebaus, MBD Hueste
Transportation Research Board 97th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2018
2*2018
Modelling four-pile cap behaviour using three-dimensional compatibility strut-and-tie method
S Dey, MM Karthik
Engineering Structures 198, 109499, 2019
12019
Systematic Assessment of Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques for Post-Tensioning and Stay Cable Systems
T Terzioglu, MM Karthik, S Hurlebaus, MBD Hueste
Journal of Infrastructure Systems 25 (2), 04019015, 2019
12019
Nondestructive Evaluation of External Post-Tensioning Systems to Detect Grout Defects
T Terzioglu, MM Karthik, S Hurlebaus, MBD Hueste
Journal of Structural Engineering 145 (1), 05018002, 2019
12019
Lumber-boxed concrete structural system—Concept and preliminary analysis
MM Karthik, JB Mander, DV Rosowsky
Journal of Structural Engineering 137 (11), 1381-1389, 2010
12010
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