An Experimental Study of Autogenous and Drying Shrinkage
Author: Gilbert, R. I., Castel, A., Khan, I., South, W., & Mohammadi, J
Publisher: Springer, Cham
Source:  In High Tech Concrete: Where Technology and Engineering Meet 2018; 33-41

Elasto-plastic damage modelling of beams and columns with mechanical degradation
Author: Erkmen R E, Gowripalan N, Sirivivatnanon V
Publisher: Techno-Press
Source: Computers and Concrete, Vol. 19, No. 3 (2017) 315-323

Life cycle assessment (LCA) of benchmark concrete products in Australia
Author: James Mohammadi, Warren South
Publisher: The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment
Source:  The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 2017 Jan 27; 1-21

Reliability of new Australian test methods in predicting alkali silica reaction of field concrete
Author: Sirivivatnanon V, Mohammadi J, South W
Publisher: Construction and Building Materials
Source:  Construction and Building Materials. 2016 Nov 15; 126:868-874

Specifying Shrinkage Limited Cement (Type SL)
Author: J. Mohammadi, W. South  
Publisher: ASTM International
Source: Journal of Testing and Evaluation. 2016 Sep 09; 45(5)  

Measuring Chromium in General Purpose (GP) Cement
Author: J. Mohammadi, W. South  
Publisher: ASTM International
Source:  Journal of Testing and Evaluation. 2016 Aug 26; 45(4) 

Effectiveness of Traditional and Alternative Supplementary Cementitious Materials in Mitigating Alkali-Silica Reactivity
Author: D. Pospischil, V. Sirivivatnanon, U. Sivathasan, K. Cheney
Publisher: Concrete Institute of Australia
Source:  Proceedings of the concrete 2015 conference: 27th biennial national conference of the concrete institute of Australia in conjunction with the 69th RILEM week conference, 2015, pp. 694–703

The use of reaction kinetics in classifying alkali silica reactivity potential of aggregates
Author: B. Bornstein, D. Hocking, J. Bacolod, V. Sirivivatnanon
Publisher: Concrete Institute of Australia
Source:  Proceedings of the concrete 2015 conference: 27th biennial national conference of the concrete institute of Australia in conjunction with the 69th RILEM week conference, 2015, pp. 704–711 

General Purpose Cement with Increased Limestone Content in Australia
Author: I.J. Mohammadi, W. South
Publisher: ACI Materials Journal
Source: ACI Materials Journal, 113.03 (2016): pp.335-347

Effects of Intergrinding 12% Limestone with Cement on Properties of Cement and Mortar
Author: J. Mohammadi, W. South
Publisher: Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology
Source: Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology, 14 (5): pp.215-228

Effect of up to 12% substitution of clinker with limestone on commercial grade concrete containing supplementary cementitious materials 
Author: J. Mohammadi, W. South
Publisher: Construction and Building Materials
Source: Construction and Building Materials, 115 (2016): pp.555-564

The influence of the higher limestone content of General Purpose cement according to high-strength concrete test results and construction field data
Author: I. Mohammadi, W. South
Publisher: Materials and Structures
Source: Materials and Structures, (2016): pp.51-16

Decision-making on Increasing Limestone Content of General Purpose Cement
Author: I. Mohammadi, W. South
Publisher: Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology
Source: Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology, 13.11 (2015): pp.528-537

A Discussion on the Autogenous Shrinkage Interpretation from the Experimental Shrinkage Measurement Based on the Australian Testing Procedure AS1012.13
Author: W.A. Thomas, J. Mohammadi, W. South
Publisher: Concrete Institute of Australia  
Source: Proceedings of the concrete 2015 conference: 27th biennial national conference of the concrete institute of Australia in conjunction with the 69th RILEM week conference, (2015): pp. 875–883    

Linking New Australian Alkali Silica Reactivity Tests to World-Wide Performance Data
Author: P. Rocker, J. Mohammadi, V. Sirivivatnanon, W. South  
Publisher: Concrete Institute of Australia
Source: Proceedings of the concrete 2015 conference: 27th biennial national conference of the concrete institute of Australia in conjunction with the 69th RILEM week conference, (2015): pp. 502–513      

Towards a More Sustainable Australian Cement and Concrete Industry
Author: J. Mohammadi, W. South, D. Chalmers  
Publisher: Concrete Institute of Australia  
Source: Proceedings of the concrete 2015 conference: 27th biennial national conference of the concrete institute of Australia in conjunction with the 69th RILEM week conference, (2015): pp. 596–603 

Merits and challenges of increasing limestone addition in cement used in concrete pavement construction
Author: V. Sirivivatnanon, W. South, C. Whitaker
Publisher: Australian Society for Concrete Pavements Conference (ASCP)
Source: Australian Society for Concrete Pavements Conference (ASCP), 2015, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia

Acid-soluble and Water-soluble Chloride – Testing Proficiency and Specification
Author: W. South, W.A. Thomas, V. Sirivivatnanon
Publisher: Concrete Institute of Australia
Source: Proceedings of the concrete 2015 conference: 27th biennial national conference of the concrete institute of Australia in conjunction with the 69th RILEM week conference, 2015, pp. 502–513