Dr. Belal Gamal Muthanna Al-Subari

Dr. Belal Gamal Muthanna Al-Subari
Civil & Construction Engineering

Contact Details
Telephone: + 60 85 443939 Extn: 2476
Fax: +60 85 443837
Location: Skylark 3 (SK3) Room 423
Email: belal.alsubari@curtin.edu.my

Academic History

  • PhD in structural engineering and materials, University of Malaya

Academic Appointments

  • July 2018 – present Lecturer
    Department of Civil and Construction Engineering, Curtin University Malaysia

Research Interests

  • Structural engineering and materials


Journal Papers

  1. Alsubari, B., Shafigh, P., Jumaat, M. Z., & Alengaram, U. J. (2014). Palm oil fuel ash as a partial cement replacement for producing durable self-consolidating high-strength concrete. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 39(12), 8507-8516.
    Paper status: Published (ISI-Cited Publication).

  2. Alsubari, B., Shafigh, P., & Jumaat, M. Z. (2015). Development of Self-Consolidating High Strength Concrete Incorporating Treated Palm Oil Fuel Ash. Materials, 8(5), 2154-2173.
    Paper status: Published (ISI-Cited Publication).

  3. Alsubari, B., Shafigh, P., & Jumaat, M. Z. (2016). Utilization of high-volume treated palm oil fuel ash to produce sustainable self-compacting concrete. Journal of Cleaner Production, 137, 982-996.
    Paper status: Published (ISI-Cited Publication).

  4. Alsubari, B., Shafigh, P., Jumaat, M. Z., & Alengaram, U. J. (2014). The effect of palm oil fuel ash as a cementreplacement material on self-compacting concrete. Applied Mechanics & Materials, (567).
    Paper status: Published (SCOPUS-Cited Publication).

  5. Hassan, A., Mahmud, H. B., Jumaat, M. Z., ALsubari, B., & Abdulla, A. (2013). Effect of Magnesium Sulphate on Self-Compacting Concrete Containing Supplementary Cementitious Materials. Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, 2013.
    Paper status: Published (ISI-Cited Publication).

  6. Ranjbar, N., Behnia, A., Alsubari, B., Birgani, P. M., & Jumaat, M. Z. (2016). Durability and mechanical properties of self-compacting concrete incorporating palm oil fuel ash. Journal of Cleaner Production, 112, 723-730.
    Paper status: Published (ISI-Cited Publication).

  7. Farahani, J. N., Shafigh, P., Alsubari, B., Shahnazar, S., & Mahmud, H. B. (2017). Engineering properties of lightweight aggregate concrete containing binary and ternary blended cement. Journal of Cleaner Production, 149, 976-988.

  8. Alsubari, B., Shafigh, P., Ibrahim, Z., Alnahhal, M. F., & Jumaat, M. Z. (2018). Properties of eco-friendly self-compacting concrete containing modified treated palm oil fuel ash. Construction and Building Materials, 158, 742-754.
    Paper status: Published (ISI-Cited Publication).

  9. Alengaram, U. J., Alnahhal, M, F., Alsubari, B., Jumaat, M. Z., Mo, K. H. Microstructural analysis and durability characteristics of recycled aggregate concrete containing non-traditional supplementary cementitious materials. Construction and building materials.
    Paper status: accepted (ISI-Cited Publication).

  10. Alsubari, B., Shafigh, P., Ibrahim, Z., & Jumaat, M. Z. (2018). Heat-treated palm oil fuel ash as an effective supplementary cementitious material originating from agriculture waste. Construction and Building Materials, 167, 44-54.

Professional Association

Registered with Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM)


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