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Neil MICKLEBOROUGH (麥康年) PhD , University of Tasmania. FHKIE

Adjunct Professor

Email: ceneilm@ust.hk

Teaching

Structural Design; Structural Analysis; Prestressed Concrete

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Serviceability of Structural Concrete; Prestressed post-tensioned concrete box girder bridges; Tall building design and behaviour.
Selected Publications
  • ZHOU Xiangming, MICKLEBOROUGH, N.C., and LI, Z.L., “Shear Strength of Joints in Precast Concrete Segmental Bridges”, Structural Journal ACI, Vol., 102, No. 1, January-February 2005, pp.3-11.
  • MICKLEBOROUGH, N.C., “Deflection Prediction for Reinforced Concrete Structures under Service Load”, American Concrete Institute, Special Publication ACI 435 – Code Provisions for Deflection Control, November 2001.
  • NING, F., MICKLEBOROUGH, N.C., and CHAN, C-M, “Service Load Response Prediction of Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members”, Journal of Structural Engineering and Mechanics, Vol. 12, No.1 (2001), pp 1-16.
  • CHAN, C-M, MICKLEBOROUGH, N.C., and NING F., “Analysis of Cracking Effects on Tall Concrete Buildings”, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE. Vol. 126, No. 9, September 2000, pp 995 – 1003.
  • PI, Yong-Lin, and MICKLEBOROUGH, Neil, C., “Nonlinear Inelastic Dynamic Analysis of Beams and Beam-Columns”, Chpt - “Structural Dynamic System, Computational Techniques and Optimization-Nonlinear Techniques”, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, (Ed: C.T Leondes) 1999.
  • GILBERT, R.I. and MICKLEBOROUGH, N.C., “The Design of Prestressed Concrete", E & FN Spon, London, reprint -1997. [2nd Ed. Publication Jan 2002]
  • MICKLEBOROUGH, N.C., NING F., and CHAN, C.M., “Prediction of the Stiffness of Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls under Service Loads”, Structural Journal ACI, Vol. 96, No.6. Nov – Dec 1999, pp 1018-1026.
  • NING, F., MICKLEBOROUGH, N.C., and CHAN, C-M., “The Effective Stiffness of Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members under Service Load Conditions”, Australian Journal of Structural Engineering, Vol. 2, Nos. 2 & 3, 1999, pp 135-144.
 
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