ISSN: 2630-5216(Online)

Journal of Building Material Science provides an international platform for the development of innovative research in the field of building materials, and the journal is dedicated to the insightful investigation and innovative use of materials in building operations. Journal of Building Material Science publishes detailed case studies and review articles, as well as short communications and discussions.

The scope of Journal of Building Material Science includes, but is not restricted to, all types of building materials used in architecture and construction such as:

  • Steel
  • Composite materials
  • Concrete
  • Green building materials
  • Innovative materials in construction and civil engineering
  • New building material technology
  • Building material engineering technology
  • Building material testing technology
  • Building decoration materials
  • Building material production and management

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Vol 4, No 1 (2022): In progress

Table of Contents


Elinwa Augustine Uchechukwu, Johnson Olomi Olakunle, Samson Duna

Article ID: 4144
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Abstract:An experimental investigation on rice husk ash (RHA) and Conplast SP 430 (CP-admixture) was carried out to evaluate their effects on the paste characteristics (soundness, consistency, initial and final setting times). The cement content used was 300g and the brand was ‘Ashaka’ Portland cement conforming to BS EN 12 1973. Various combinations of the mixtures ...
Augustine Uchechukwu Elinwa, Augustine Uchechukwu Elinwa

Article ID: 4476
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Abstract: This work was on non-activated and activated lateritic soil used in proportions of 0 % to 30 %, to replace fine sand by wt. %, in the production of lateritic concrete. A mix of 1: 2: 4 was used, and the cube samples were cured in four (4) curing media of water, sand, polythene, and sawdust. The aim was to evaluate the effects of these cu...
Emilio SASSINE, Yassine Cherif, Emmanuel Antczak, Joseph Dgheim, Joelle Al Fakhoury, Thierry Chartier

Article ID: 4500
Views - 67  (Abstract) PDF - 10  (Download)
Abstract: During both hot and cold seasons, masonry walls play an important role in the thermal performance between the interior and the exterior of occupied spaces. It is thus essential to analyze the thermal behavior at the hollow block’s level in order to better understand the temperature and heat flux distribution in its structure and potentially limit as much ...



The whole issue of Vol.3 No.2 has been uploaded

The whole issue of the Vol.3 No.2 has been issued, and the manuscripts of the Vol.4 No.1 are currently available for submission. Contributions are welcome.  
Posted: December 20,2021
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