Pengfei Zhao

PhD Student

Biography

Pengfei is a first year PhD student. He completed his MASc at Concordia University in Montreal, and BASc at Chang’an University in China. During his studies at Concordia, his project was using digital image correlation to evaluate plastic shrinkage cracking in cement-based materials, and his current research is focused on the influence of coarse aggregate mechanical properties on fracture propagation in high strength concrete.

September 2019
September 2019

Joined

Joined as a PhD Student

Publications

Esquivias, D., Marion, K., Zhao, P., Borbon, J. R. H., & Brookson, T. (2021). Western Canadian LNG: A Pathway to Global GHG Reduction and Reconciliation. Presented at the Geoconvention 2021, Virtual.
Esquivias, D., Marion, K., Zhao, P., Borbon, J. R. H., & Brookson, T. (2021). Western Canadian LNG: A Pathway to Global GHG Reduction and Reconciliation. Presented at the University of Calgary CREATE ReDeveLoP Annual Innovation Program, Virtual.
Esquivias, D., Marion, K., Zhao, P., Borbon, J. R. H., & Brookson, T. (2021). Western Canadian LNG: A Pathway to Global GHG Reduction and Reconciliation.
Sherzer, G. L., Fadakar, Y. A., Zhao, P., Afroughsabet, V., Coutinho, N., Shah, S., Peterson, K., et al. (2020). Comparison and Linking Between LDPM and FDEM Modeling for Fracturing in Concrete. Presented at the 15th Pipeline Technology Conference, Berlin, Germany.