Fiber reinforced concrete international symposium

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Published by American Concrete Institute in Detroit (P.O. Box 19150, Redford Station, Detroit 48219) .

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StatementGeorge C. Hoff, editor.
SeriesPublication / American Concrete Institute ;, SP-81, Publication SP ;, 81.
ContributionsHoff, G. C., International Symposium on Fiber Reinforced Concrete (1982 : Detroit, Mich.)
LC ClassificationsTA444 .F49 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 452 p. :
Number of Pages452
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Open LibraryOL2874532M
LC Control Number84071536

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This master’s thesis was carried out, between January and Juneat the. Keywords: Steel fiber, concrete, properties, crack, ductility, technology. INTRODUCTION Fibre reinforced concrete (FRC) may be defined as a composite materials made with Portland cement, aggregate, and incorporating discrete discontinuous fibres.

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Fibre Reinforced Concrete Enhances durability and toughness of concrete Fibres are an ideal ingredient for improving the performance and durability of concrete and mortar. principles, properties, developments and applications The state of the art of fiber-reinforced concrete systems is covered in this book.

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The mechanical performance of steel fiber reinforced concrete was studied in this paper. The steel fibers in the concrete were processed into latticed structure. After five years of joint development by the two organizations, glass fiber reinforced cement (GRC) is now emerging as a new and versatile material for the construction industry.

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