Charles Fairfield

Prof.

Accepting PhD Students

20082017
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Engineering & Materials Science

Sewers
Cavitation corrosion
Pipe
Personnel rating
Tropics
Concrete aggregates
Concretes
Asset management
Granite
Timber
Wetlands
Irrigation
Cavitation
Water
Pavements
Thermoanalysis
Dust
Groundwater
Cements
Clay
Erosion
Moisture
Ashes
Polyetherimides
Impact resistance
Polysulfones
Surface roughness
Abrasion
Pulverized fuel
Sea level
Materials properties
Wear of materials
Crushing
Natural resources
Portland cement
Land fill
Conservation
Rivers
Facades
Recycling
Sustainable development
Temperature
High speed photography
Heat losses
Rocks
Stiffness
Testing
Toughness
Multiphase flow
Axles

Chemical Compounds

Sewers
Cavitation corrosion
Pipe
Water
Tropics
Concrete aggregates
Concretes
Timber
Irrigation
Cavitation
Pavements
Thermoanalysis
Dust
Groundwater
Cements
Erosion
Moisture
Ashes
Impact resistance
Surface roughness
Abrasion
Pulverized fuel
Materials properties
Wear of materials
Crushing
Natural resources
Portland cement
Land fill
Facades
Recycling
Sustainable development
Temperature
Nylons
High speed photography
Heat losses
Rocks
Stiffness
Testing
Toughness
Multiphase flow
Axles
Fracture toughness
Benchmarking
Thermal conductivity
Wood
Elastic moduli
Hardness
Image analysis
Statistics
Calibration

Earth & Environmental Sciences

engineering
coastal wetland
wetland
wetland management
groundwater abstraction
saline intrusion
public space
open space
ecological engineering
river
hydrodynamics
civil engineering
irrigation
ranking
monitoring
satellite laser ranging
coastal protection
dieback
hydrological modeling
vegetation dynamics
geotechnical engineering
coastal zone management
bathymetry
land management
tropics
tide
stakeholder
conductivity
temperature
calibration
water
sea level rise
cost
simulation
effect
trial