Imtroduction Fibre Reinforce Concrete

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Fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC) is a composite material made of hydraulic cement or cements; water; fine and coarse aggregate; and short, uniformly dispersed discontinuous fibers. Fibers may be of steel, glass, polymeric materials, carbon, cellulose, and so forth, and their lengths vary from 3 to 64 mm (0.12 to 2.52 in.).

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Imtroduction Fibre Reinforce ConcreteFiber-reinforced concrete (FRC) is a composite materialmade of hydraulic cement or cements; water;fine and coarse aggregate; and short, uniformlydispersed discontinuous fibers. Fibers may be of steel,glass, polymeric materials, carbon, cellulose, and so forth, and their lengths vary from 3 to 64 mm (0.12 to 2.52 in.).The diameters may vary from a few m to about 1 mm(0.04 in.). The sections may be round, oval, polygonal,triangular, crescent shaped, or even square dependingon the manufacturing process and the raw material used.The two broad cat

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