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Experimental Analysis of Fiber Reinforced Concrete Made Up Of M20 Concrete




Fiber Reinforced Concrete, M20 Concrete


The project deals with the topic “Fiber Reinforced concrete” using Steel. The inclusion of fiber reinforced in concrete, mortar and cement paste can enhancement of engineering properties of the basic materials such as fracture, toughness, flexure strength and resistance to fatigue, impact, thermal shock or swelling. Fiber reinforced concrete is ordinary concrete containing discontinuous, discrete fibers of short length and small diameter fiber in concrete serve as crack arrestor by applying pinching forces at crack tips, thus delaying the appearances of crakes and creating a stage of slow crack propagation. The ductility of the composite is increased many fold, compared to the un-reinforced matrix, with a corresponding increase in strength. Fiber reinforced is likely to be used in preference to conventional reinforced or pre-stressed concrete, if these properties can be exploited in conjunction with advantages in construction or fabrication techniques example. The inclusion of reinforcement as an integral part of the fresh concrete or the manufacture of thin sheet products. In this project, steel fiber is used in different percentages.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV8I30468
Published in: Volume : 8, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2020
Page(s): 498-502

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