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Royce Floyd

Royce Floyd earned his Ph.D. degree from the University of Arkansas and joined the faculty of the OU School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science in August 2012.

Royce focuses his educational and research efforts on concrete materials and structural engineering, with an emphasis on reinforced and prestressed concrete.  His research includes topics in lightweight concrete, self-consolidating concrete (SCC), prestressed concrete, ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC), and application of concrete materials.  The ultimate aim of his research is to develop materials and methods that will produce longer lasting structures.

He teaches basic mechanics, analysis, and structural design courses at the undergraduate level and prestressed concrete and concrete materials courses at the graduate level.

Royce Floyd, Ph.D.

Royce Floyd, Ph.D.

Technical Areas
Civil engineering, structural engineering

Research Interests
Material property characterization and applications of innovative concrete materials, bond of prestressting strands, prestress losses, camber and shear behavior of prestressed concrete members, and internal curing using lightweight aggregates.

Contact Information
Phone: 405.325.1010
Fax: 405.325.4217

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Doctoral student position announcement