Dr. Shenghua Wu, LEED AP
Office Hours

Shelby Hall-3142
Fall 2017
Mon/Wed: 9:00am-11:00am
Tues/Thurs: 9:30am-11:30am
Ph: (251) 460-6174
Dr. Shenghua Wu, LEED AP
Assistant Professor
Civil Engineering/Pavement Engineering

Research Interests
My research interests included sustainable transportation infrastructure, pavement material characterization, green asphalt technologies (e.g. warm mix asphalt), pavement design and modeling, nondestructive and advanced performance testing, recycled and reclaimed materials evaluation, pavement rehabilitation and maintenance, and smart and resilient civil engineering material design.


Ph.D. Civil Engineering, Washington State University
M.S. Civil Engineering, Hunan University
B.S. Civil Engineering, Central South University of Forestry and Technology


1.    S. Wu, I.L. Al-Qadi, D.L. Lippert, H. Ozer, A.F. Espinoza-Luque, and F.R. Safi. Early-Age Performance Characterization of Hot-Mix Asphalt Overlay with Varying Amounts of Asphalt Binder Replacement. Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 153, 2017, pp. 294-306.

2.    S. Wu, D.L. Lippert, I.L. Al-Qadi, H. Ozer, I.M. Said, and M.K. Barry. Impact of High Asphalt Binder Replacement on Level Binder Properties for Controlling Reflective Cracking. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2630, 2017, pp. 118-127.

3.    S. Wu, W. Zhang, S. Shen, and B. Muhunthan. Case Study: Evaluation of the Effect of Extraction Temperature on WMA Binder Containing Sasobit Additive. Accepted for ASTM Journal of Testing and Evaluation, 2017.

4.    S. Wu, and X. Li. Evaluation of Effect of Curing Time on Mixture Performance of Advera Warm Mix Asphalt. Construction and Building Materials, Vol. 145, 2017, pp. 62-67.

5.    I. L. Al-Qadi, S. Wu, D. L. Lippert, H. Ozer, M. K. Barry, and F. R. Safi. Impact of High Recycled Mixes on HMA Overlay Crack Development Rate. Accepted for Association of Asphalt Paving Technologies, 2016.


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EG 283: Statics

CE 314/315: Civil Engineering Materials