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Page Title: Staff Contact




Celik@VDOT.Virginia.gov



Research Advisory Committee:
  • Concrete Research Advisory Committee  -  Executive Secretary   

  • Team Memberships:
  • Structures

  • Projects:
  • 110400 - Metal Culvert Repair with Fiber Reinforced Concrete  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 111062 - Workable and Durable Concretes for Bridge Repair  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 110336 - Underwater Concrete Placement  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 105169 - Corrosion-Resistant Stainless Steel for Prestressed and Post-Tensioning Strands  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 00020 - Corrosion-Resistant Carbon-Fiber Composite Cable for Prestressed Bridge Piles  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 00098 - Implementation of Pervious Concrete for Stormwater Management at VDOT Facilities  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 96397 - Repairs with Self Consolidating Concrete and Galvanic Anodes to Extend Bridge Life  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 106061 - Low-Cracking Concretes for the Overlays and Closure Pours of the Dunlap Creek Bridge on Interstate 64 in Alleghany County  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 106430 - Carbon-Fiber Composite Cable in Prestressed Bridge Beams  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 103752 - Evaluation of High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete for Closure Pours for Bridge Decks  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 106439 - Investigation of Fiber Reinforced Concrete Properties: High Early Strength, Toughness, Permeability and Fiber Distribution  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 102892 - Investigation of Roller Compacted Concrete for Use in Pavements in Virginia  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 104524 - Determination of Mechanical Properties for Cement-Treated Aggregate Base  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 103636 - Reducing Shrinkage Cracks in Concrete Bridge Decks  -  Project Monitor   
  • 91013 - Bridge Beams and Substructure with Self-Consolidating Concrete  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 00038 - Evaluation of the Construction and Initial Condition of Bonded and Unbonded Hydraulic Cement Concrete Overlays Placed on a Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement on U.S. 58  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 77955 - Lightweight HPC Bulb-T beams with Self-Consolidating Concrete in a Bridge Structure  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 82089 - Sonic Measurements in VDOT Concrete Mix Designs  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 81530 - Permeability, Alkalinity, and Chloride Concentration Measurements in VDOT Concrete Mix Designs and the Corrosion Resistance of these Designs  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 82672 - Drilled Shafts with Self Consolidating Concrete  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 92733 - Use of Precast Slabs for Pavement Rehabilitation and Field Trial on Interstate 66  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 77951 - End-Result Specifications for Hydraulic Cement Concrete - Phase II  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 73677 - Evaluation of Ultra-High-Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 92051 - Strength, Elastic Modulus, Permeability and Conductance of Lightweight Concrete  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 80339 - Investigation of Fiber Reinforced Self-Consolidating Concrete  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 87216 - Use of Nanoclays to Improve the Properties of Concrete  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 73603 - A Bridge Structure with Lightweight High-Performance Concrete Bulb-T Beams  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 67159 - Evaluation of Self-Consolidating Concrete in Bulb-T Beams  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 87084 - High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites for Crack Control  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 82140 - Measurement of Early Age Shrinkage of Virginia Concrete Mixtures  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 54177 - High-Performance Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavements in Richlands and Lynchburg, Virginia  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 75813 - Influence of Hycrete DSS on Virginia Department of Transportation Class A4 Concrete Mix Designs  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 52054 - Field Performance of Pozzolanic Cementitious Systems  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 55939 - High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete in a Bridge Deck  -  Principal Investigator   

  • Publications:
  • 99-R6 - Fabricating and Testing Low-permeability Concrete for Transportation Structures
  • 99-IR5 - Field Evaluation of Corrosion Inhibitors for Concrete.
  • 99-IR4 - Evaluation of the Installation and Initial Condition of High Performance Concrete Overlays Placed on Route 60 Over Lynnhaven Inlet in Virginia
  • 99-IR3 - Evaluation of the Installation and Initial Condition of Hydraulic Cement Concrete Overlays Placed on Three Pavements in Virginia
  • 99-IR1 - Field Evaluation of Corrosion Inhibitors for Concrete.
  • 98-R14 - Effects of Temperature on the Development of Low Permeability in Concretes
  • 97-R15 - Investigation of Fiber-reinforced Concrete for Use in Transportation Structures
  • 96-R27 - Design of High-performance Concrete Mixtures and Test Beams for a Bridge in Virginia
  • 96-R23 - A Field Investigation of Concrete Overlays Containing Latex, Silica Fume, or Pyrament Cement
  • 96-R1 - Effects of Blends of Cement Kiln Dust and Fly Ash on Properties of Concrete
  • 95-R21 - Use of Fly Ash, Slag, or Silica Fume to Inhibit Alkali-silica Reactivity
  • 94-R26 - A Field Investigation of Concrete Patches Containing Pyrament Blended Concrete
  • 93-R5 - Effect of Calcium Nitrite on the Properties of Concrete Used in Prestressed Piles and Beams
  • 93-R4 - Effect of Calcium Nitrite on the Properties of Concrete Used in Bridge Decks
  • 93-R15 - A Field Investigation of a Concrete Overlay Containing Silica Fume on Route 50 over Opequon Creek
  • 93-R10 - Low-permeability Concretes Containing Slag and Silica Fume
  • 92-R2 - Factors Affecting the Performance of Bridge Decks in Virginia
  • 92-IR2 - Construction of a Thin-bonded Portland Cement Concrete Overlay Using Accelerated Paving Techniques
  • 91-R21 - Optimum Mixture Proportions for Concretes Containing Fly Ash and Silica Fume
  • 90-R23 - Comparison of Air Void Content Measurements in Fresh Versus Hardened Concretes
  • 89-R20 - Use of Supplemental Cementitious Materials for Optimum Resistance of Concrete to Chloride Penetration
  • 88-R11 - Resistance to Chloride Ion Penetration of Concretes Containing Fly Ash, Silica Fume, or Slag
  • 88-R1 - Experimental Use of Fly Ash Concrete in Prefabricated Bridge-deck Slabs
  • 86-R39 - Investigation of Concrete Containing Slag: Hampton River Bridge
  • 86-R25 - Investigation of Concrete Containing Condensed Silica Fume
  • 86-R24 - Pilot Study of Proposed Revisions to Specifications for Hydraulic Cement Concrete
  • 86-R2 - Tests for Early Acceptance of Concrete
  • 86-R1 - Evaluation of Hydraulic Cement Concretes Containing Slag Added at the Mixer
  • 85-R30 - Air Void Characteristics of Hardened Concrete, 1945-1980
  • 84-R7 - Use of Interactive Graphics in Bridge Analysis and Design
  • 84-R44 - 4 x 8 inch Concrete Cylinders versus 6 x 12 Cylinders
  • 84-R40 - Evaluation of Hydraulic Cement Concretes Containing Slag Added at the Mixer
  • 84-R4 - Internally Sealed Concrete for Bridge Deck Protection: Final Report
  • 83-R16 - Comparison of Two Freeze-Thaw Apparatus
  • 82-R7 - Investigation of Concrete Mixtures Incorporating Hollow Plastic Microspheres
  • 82-R58 - Use of Neoprene Pads in Testing Concrete Cylinders: Final Report
  • 82-R19 - Internally-sealed Concrete for Bridge Deck Protection
  • 81-R41 - Evaluation of a Nuclear Gage for Controlling the Consolidation of Fresh Concrete: Final Report
  • 81-R33 - Placement of Low-Slump Concrete: Final Report
  • 80-R47 - Rating and Analysis of Continuous Girder Bridges
  • 79-R52 - Evaluation of Experimental Installation of Fly Ash Concrete in Louisa: Concrete Case Study Number 32
  • 79-R39 - Neoprene Pads for Capping Concrete Cylinders
  • 79-R3 - Alternatives to Type II Cement: Final Report
  • 78-R35 - Distribution of Voids in Field Concrete
  • 77-R38 - Alternatives to Type II Cement: Part I, Preliminary Laboratory Studies
  • 76-R46 - Effect of Long Steam Curing Durations on the Strength of A5 Concrete
  • 76-R10 - Determining Elastic Moduli of Materials in Pavement Systems by Surface Deflection Data: A Feasibility Study
  • 73-R57 - Durability of Certain Configurations for Providing Skid Resistance on Concrete Pavements
  • 70-R12 - A Laboratory Experiment in Evaluating Means of Imparting a Harsh Texture to Portland Cement Concrete Surfaces
  • 18-R9 - Repairs With Self-Consolidating Concrete and Galvanic Anodes to Extend Bridge Life
  • 17-R3 - Investigation of Properties of High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete: Very Early Strength, Toughness, Permeability, and Fiber Distribution
  • 17-R21 - Determination of Mechanical Properties for Cement-Treated Aggregate Base
  • 17-R15 - Evaluation of High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete for Bridge Deck Connections, Closure Pours, and Joints
  • 17-R10 - Investigation of Roller-Compacted Concrete for Use in Pavements in Virginia
  • 16-R15 - Evaluation of Bridge Deck With Shrinkage-Compensating Concrete
  • 16-R14 - Use of Lightweight Concrete for Reducing Cracks in Bridge Decks
  • 16-R13 - Reducing Cracks in Concrete Bridge Decks Using Shrinkage Reducing Admixture
  • 16-R11 - Bridge Beams and Pier Caps With Self-Consolidating Concrete at Nimmo Parkway
  • 15-R19 - Use of Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavement in Stafford, Virginia
  • 14-R8 - Nondestructive Measurements Using Mechanical Waves in Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • 14-R19 - Corrosion Sensitivity of Concrete Mix Designs
  • 14-R16 - Use of Concrete Pavement Overlays on U.S. 58 in Virginia
  • 14-R15 - Lightweight High-Performance Concrete Bulb-T Beams With Self-Consolidating Concrete in a Bridge Structure
  • 12-R9 - Use of Precast Slabs for Pavement Rehabilitation on I-66
  • 12-R2 - End-Result Specifications for Hydraulic Cement Concrete: Phase II
  • 12-R15 - Preparation and Testing of Drilled Shafts with Self-Consolidating Concrete
  • 12-R1 - Evaluation of Ultra-High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete
  • 11-R17 - Laboratory Investigation of Lightweight Concrete Properties
  • 10-R8 - Investigation of Fiber-Reinforced Self-Consolidating Concrete
  • 10-R18 - Laboratory Investigation of Nanomaterials to Improve the Permeability and Strength of Concrete
  • 09-R5 - Bulb-T Beams with Self-consolidating Concrete on the Route 33 Bridge Over the Pamunkey River in Virginia
  • 09-R22 - Evaluation of Lightweight High Performance Concrete in Bulb-T Beams and Decks in Two Bridges on Route 33 in Virginia
  • 08-R9 - Measurement of Early Age Shrinkage of Virginia Concrete Mixtures
  • 08-R4 - High-performance Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavements in Richmond and Lynchburg, Virginia
  • 08-R12 - Exploratory Investigation of High-performance Fiber-reinforced Cementitious Composites for Crack Control
  • 07-R30 - Influence of Hycrete DSS on Virginia Department of Transportation Class A4 Concrete Mix Designs
  • 06-R22 - Evaluation of Precast Patches on U.S. 60 Near the New Kent and James City County Line
  • 06-R12 - First Bridge Structure with Lightweight High-performance Concrete Beams and Deck in Virginia
  • 06-R11 - High-performance Fiber-reinforced Concrete in a Bridge Deck
  • 05-R7 - Evaluation of High Performance Concrete Pavements in Newport News and Hampton, Virginia
  • 05-R29 - End-result Specification for Hydraulic Cement Concrete
  • 04-R22 - Evaluation of Continuously Reinforced Hydraulic Cement Concrete Pavement at Virginia's Smart Road
  • 03-R13 - Evaluation of Self-Consolidating Concrete
  • 02-R1 - Performance of the First Structure Built with High Performance Concrete in Virginia
  • 01-R2 - Evaluation of Hydraulic Cement Concrete Overlays Placed on Three Pavements in Virginia
  • 01-R1 - Evaluation of High Performance Concrete Overlays Placed on Route 60 Over Lynnhaven Inlet in Virginia
  • 00-R6 - High Performance Concrete in a Bridge in Richlands, Virginia
  • 00-R1 - Combinations of Pozzolans and Ground, Granulated Blast-furnace Slag for Durable Hydraulic Cement Concrete
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