Peer-reviewed Journal Publications

15. Miller, S.A., A. Horvath, P.J.M. Monteiro. (2018) “Impacts of booming concrete production on water resources worldwide.” Nature Sustainability, 1: 69-76.

14. Miller, S.A. (in press) “Supplementary cementitious materials to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from concrete: can there be too much of a good thing?” Journal of Cleaner Production.

13. Miller, S.A., V.M. John, S.A. Pacca, A. Horvath. (in press) “Carbon dioxide reduction potential in the global cement industry.” Cement and Concrete Research.

12. Monteiro, P.J.M., S.A. Miller, A. Horvath. (2017) “Towards Sustainable Concrete.” Nature Materials, 16: 698-699.

11. Miller, S.A., P.J.M. Monteiro, C.P. Ostertag, A. Horvath. (2016) “Concrete mixture proportioning for desired strength and reduced global warming potential.” Construction and Building Materials, 128: 410-421.

10. Miller, S.A., A. Horvath, P.J.M. Monteiro. (2016) “Readily implementable techniques can cut annual CO2 emissions from the production of concrete by over 20%.” Environmental Research Letters, 11: 074029.

9. Miller, S.A., P.J.M. Monteiro, C.P. Ostertag, A. Horvath. (2016) “Comparison indices for design and proportioning of concrete mixtures taking environmental impacts into account.” Cement and Concrete Composites, 68: 131-143.

8. Miller, S.A., S.L. Billington & M.D. Lepech. (2016) “Influence of Carbon Feedstock on Potentially Net Beneficial Environmental Impacts of Bio-based Composites.” Journal of Cleaner Production, 132: 266-278.

7. Miller, S.A., A. Horvath, P.J.M. Monteiro, C.P. Ostertag. (2015) “Greenhouse gas emissions from concrete can be reduced by using age as a design factor.” Environmental Research Letters, 10: 114017.

6. Miller, S.A., Srubar III, W. V., Billington, S.L., & M.D. Lepech. (2015) “Integrating durability-based service life predictions with environmental impact assessments of natural fiber-reinforced composite materials.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 99: 72-83.

5. Miller, S.A., M.D. Lepech, & S.L. Billington. (2015) “Static versus time-dependent material selection charts and application in wood flour composites.” Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy, 9: 273-283.

4. Srubar III, W.V., S.A. Miller, M.D. Lepech, & S.L. Billington. (2014). “Incorporating spatiotemporal effects and moisture diffusivity into a multi-criteria materials selection methodology for wood-polymer composites.” Construction and Building Materials, 71: 589-601.

3. Miller, S.A., M.D. Lepech, & S.L. Billington. (2013). “Evaluation of functional units including time-dependent properties for environmental impact modeling of biobased composites.” The Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy, 7: 588-599.

2. Miller, S.A., M.D. Lepech, & S.L. Billington. (2013). “Application of multi-criteria material selection techniques to constituent refinement in biobased composites.” Materials & Design, 52: 1043-1051.

1.Miller, S. A., S.L. Billington & M.D. Lepech. (2013). “Improvement in environmental performance of poly (β-hydroxybutyrate)-co-(β-hydroxyvalerate) composites through process modifications.” Journal of Cleaner Production, 40: 190-198.

Book Chapters

  1. Billington, S.L., W.V. Srubar III, A.T. Michel, S.A. Miller. (2014). “Renewable biobased composites for civil engineering.” Sustainable Composites and Advanced Materials. Eds. A.N. Netravali and C. Pastore, DESTech Publications, Inc., Lancaster, PA.

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