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Mrs. Balqis MD YUNUS

Last name

Md Yunus

Title

Mrs.

First name

Balqis

Tel.

+31613752150

Country

Netherlands

E-mail

b.bintimdyunus@tudelft.nl

Organization

TU Delft

Address

Stevinweg 1, 2628 CN, Delft

 

 

Brief Curriculum Vitae

 

 

Balqis Binti Md Yunus was graduated her bachelor degree from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia and was involved in internship program at KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea during her final semester of M.Sc. program. Following this, she served at UiTM for more than 4 years and actively involved in research work related to structure and construction materials. Currently, she is a PhD candidate at TU Delft. Her research is focus on self-healing concrete under the influence of chloride and carbonation environments with compressive load-induced cracks and pre-defined crack..

 

 

 

Research interests related to the TDC

 

Concrete durability, Combined loads, chloride ingress, mechanical load-induced damage

 

 

 

Relevant Publications

 

 

1)      Balqis M.Y., Jonkers H.M. and Schlangen E. Chloride Transport under Compressive Load in Bacteria-based Self-healing Concrete, International Conference on Self-Healing Materials, ICHSM – Durham (June, 2015)

2)      Balqis M.Y., Jonkers H.M. and Schlangen E. Chloride Penetration into Concrete with Compressive Load-Induced Cracks (First author) - International Conference on Construction Materials and Structures, ICCMATS – Johannesburg, South Africa (November 2014)

3)      Balqis M.Y. and Schlangen E. Bacterial concrete: Precipitation and Influence on Chloride Transport and Carbonation – Poster presentation in Structural Synergy Symposium - Delft (September, 2013)