Ashok Gurjar

Professor of Civil Engineering, Chair of the Department of Civil Engineering, and Program Coordinator for the M.S. and B.S. in Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering Department
Daytona College of Engineering
Daytona Beach campus

Length of Service:

10 years (original Appt: Aug 1998 and Promoted to Associate Prof April 2004)

Other Related Experience:

Visiting Assistant Professor, Michigan State University Aug 1996 to Aug 1998

States in which Registered: Florida

Principal Publications in the last five years:

Gurjar, A., “Mix Design And Testing Of Self-Consolidating Concrete Using Florida Materials”, FDOT, Research report BD503, Tallahassee, 2005

Professional Societies:

International Society for Concrete Pavements (ISCP)

Institutional and Professional Services in the last five years:

Member of TRB Committee

Concrete Materials and Placement Techniques

Sealants and Fillers for Joints and Cracks

Aircraft/Airport Compatibility

Member of ASCE subcommittee on Airport Pavement Materials

Professional Development Activities in the last five years:

Reviewer for TRB’s Journal of Transportation Research Record

Reviewer for ASCE’s Journal of Transportation Engineering


  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University System : College Station


§ CIV 140: Engineering Measurements
§ CIV 304: Structural Analysis
§ CIV 307: Civil Engineering Materials-I
§ CIV 320: Soil Mechanics
§ CIV 399: Independent Study
§ CIV 409: Bituminous Materials
§ CIV 421: Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering
§ CIV 422: Design of pavement Structure
§ CIV 424: Rehabilitation of pavement Structures
§ CIV 441: Civil Engineering Materials-II
§ CIV 445: Airport pavement Design
§ EGR 101: Introduction to Engineering
§ ES 201: Statics
§ ES 202: Solid Mechanics
§ ES 307: Engineering Materials Science
§ AE 316: Aerospace Engineering Materials
§ AE 416: Structures and Instrumentation
§ ES 410: Structures and Instrumentation
§ CIV 140L: Engineering Measurements Laboratory
§ CIV 307L: Civil Engineering Materials-I Laboratory
§ CIV 320L: Soil Mechanics Laboratory
§ CIV 441L: Civil Engineering Materials-II Laboratory
§ ES 307L: Engineering Materials Science Laboratory
§ ES 410L: Structures and Instrumentation Laboratory

Gurjar, A., Use of Aggregate Screenings as a Substitute for Silica Sand in Portland Cement Concrete (PCC),  FDOT, Research report BDL13, Tallahassee, 2010

Gurjar, A., Mix Design And Testing Of Self-Consolidating Concrete Using Florida Materials, FDOT, Research report BD503, Tallahassee, 2005

Gurjar, A., Tang, T., Effects of Age and Deformation on Viscoelastic Behavior of Concrete Joint Sealant, Recent Developments in the Design and Specification of Concrete pavement Systems, ACI SP-181, Pg. 65-86, MI, 1999.

Gurjar, A., Kim, Moody and Buch., Laboratory Investigation of factors Affecting Bond Strength in Joint Sealants, Transportation Research Record #1627, Pg. 13-21, National Research Council, Washington D.C., 1998.

Yang, S., Tang T., Zollinger D and Gurjar A., Splitting Tension Tests to Determine Concrete Fracture Parameters by Peak-Load Method, Journal of Advanced Cement Based Materials, Vol. 5, Pg. 18-28, 1997.

Gurjar, A., Zollinger, D., "Evaluation of Joint Sealants of Concrete Pavements," Report No. FHWA/TX-96/187-15, College Station, Texas, March, 1997.

Gurjar, A., "Characterization of Viscoelastic Joint Sealants in Concrete Pavements," Ph.D. Thesis, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, Dec 1996.

Gurjar, A., Tang, T., Zollinger, D. and Slavick, K., Age, Deformation and Temperature Effects of Viscoelastic Materials Under large Deformations, Materials for the New Millennium, Proceedings of the 4th Materials Engineering Conference, Vol. 2, Pg. 1398-1407, ASCE, New York, 1996.

Gurjar, A., Zollinger, D. and Tang, T., Strain and Age Effects on Behavior of a Concrete Pavement Joint Sealant, Transportation Research Record # 1529, Pg. 95-100, Washington DC, 1996.

Gurjar, A., Zollinger, D. and Tang, T., "Evaluation of Joint Sealants of Concrete Pavements," Report No. FHWA/TX-96/1371-1F,College Station, Texas, Nov. 1995.

Professor
Civil Engineering Department
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida Aug 09 to present

Associate Professor
Civil Engineering Department
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida Aug 03 to Aug 09

Assistant Professor
Civil Engineering Department
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida Aug 98 to Aug '03

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan Aug 96 to Aug 98


Recent Externally Funded Projects
Title: Use of aggregate screenings as a substitute for Silica Sand in Portland cement concrete
Agency: Florida Department of Transportation
Status: $138,855.97

Title: Self-Compacting Concrete Using Florida Materials
Agency: Florida Department of Transportation
Status: $68,854.00

Title: Acquisition of Impact Testing Equipment for Material and Structural Research
Agency: NSF
Amount: $107,260.00