Allan Scott

Associate ProfessorAllan Scott

Civil & Natural Resources Engineering E446C
Internal Phone: 92089


Research Interests

My research interests are primarily related to: the development of sustainable construction materials (such as magnesium silicate binder systems); determination of the residual capacity and degradation processes in corroded and seismically damaged reinforced concrete structures, and in situ resource utilization (ISRU) options for off-earth civil engineering construction applications.

Recent Publications

  • Matthews B., Palermo A. and Scott A. (2023) Overview of the cyclic response of reinforced concrete members subjected to artificial chloride-induced corrosion. Structural Concrete 24(1): 100-114.
  • Stratford C., Palermo A. and Scott A. (2023) Seismic Behavior of Concrete Bridge Piers Reinforced with Steel or GFRP Bars. Journal of Composites for Construction 27(2)
  • Dhakal M., Scott AN., Dhakal RP. and Clucas D. (2022) Structural and durability properties for magnesia alumina silicate concrete. Construction and Building Materials 340
  • Dhakal M., Scott AN., Dhakal RP., Sullivan TJ. and Clucas D. (2022) Performance of MgO-Mk based M[sbnd]S[sbnd]H concrete column reinforced with steel and BFRP bars under cyclic loads. Structures 46: 1764-1780.
  • Nataraj S., Hogan L., Scott A. and Ingham J. (2022) Simplified Mechanics-Based Approach for the Seismic Assessment of Corroded Reinforced Concrete Structures. Journal of Structural Engineering (United States) 148(3)