Allan Scott

Associate ProfessorAllan Scott

Civil & Natural Resources Engineering E446C
Internal Phone: 92089


Research Interests

Primary research is related to understanding the influence of material properties and environmental conditions on the durability of reinforced concrete structures, and the development of durability models to assist in the prediction of service life and the optimization of repair strategies. Other research interests include stress corrosion cracking and flow assisted corrosion of pipes under conditions of high flow, temperature and varying environmental conditions.

Recent Publications

  • Scott A., Oze C. and Hughes MW. (2020) Magnesium-Based Cements for Martian Construction. Journal of Aerospace Engineering 33(4)
  • Andisheh K., Scott A. and Palermo AG. (2019) Experimental evaluation of the residual compression strength and ultimate strain of chloride corrosion‐induced damaged concrete. Structural Concrete 20(1): 296-306.
  • Andisheh K., Scott A., Palermo AG. and Clucas D. (2019) Influence of chloride corrosion on the effective mechanical properties of steel reinforcement. Structure and Infrastructure Engineering 15(8): 1036-1048.
  • Chanchi Golondrino JC., MacRae GA., Chase JG., Rodgers GW., Scott ACN. and Clifton GC. (2019) Steel Building Friction Connection Seismic Performance – Corrosion Effects. Structures 19: 96-109.
  • Malek A., Scott A., Pampanin S. and Hoult NA. (2019) Postyield Bond Deterioration and Damage Assessment of RC Beams Using Distributed Fiber-Optic Strain Sensing System. Journal of Structural Engineering (United States) 145(4)