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Khulood Hashim Hwayyis

Civil Engineering Department

Assistant Lecturer

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A highly skilled civil engineer with extensive experience in academia and industry, across a variety of engineering fields. Currently completing a PhD in Civil Engineering, specialising in, performance modelling of bituminous surfacings. I have also conducted research on the factors affecting the skid resistance of asphalt pavement mixtures as a part of my Master degree.

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2015-2020(expected) PhD of Engineering science, Transportation Engineering, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia.

2002-2005 Master of Engineering Science (Civil), Transportation Engineering, University of Baghdad, Iraq.

1998-2001 Bachelor of Civil Engineering University of Baghdad, Iraq.

asphalt mix design

pavement surfaces performance modeling

sustainability performance measurement of road asset management practices

Hwayyis, K, Hassan, R & Fahey, MT 2019, 'Modelling long-term performance of asphalt surfaces', International Journal of Pavement Engineering, pp. 1-11, https://doi.org/10.1080/10298436.2019.1652300

Hwayyis, K, Hassan, R & Fahey, MT 2020, 'An Approach for Predicting Cracking Deterioration in Sprayed Seals from Subjective Condition Ratings', Transportation Research Record, under review

Hwayyis, K, Hassan, R & Fahey, MT 2019, 'Performance modelling of Sprayed Seal, International Journal of Pavement Engineering, under review.

Hwayyis, K 2005, The Frictional Properties as a Design Control of Pavement Surface Mixtures, MSC thesis, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.

Hwayyis, K, Hassan, R Malone, S, Shakelton, M 2021, “Predicting Seal Age from Binder Oxidation Using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy” World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology International Journal of Transport and Vehicle Engineering Vol:15, No:2, 2021

Engineering Management and Economics

Road Construction

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