Advances in Fiber Reinforced Concreteby Antoine E. Naaman, Univ of Michigan, Dep of Civil, Engineering, Ann Arbor, MI, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Structural Design, Cementitious Products, and Case Histories
Abstract: The idea of using strong discontinuous fibers as reinforcement for concrete seems to have been both a seduction and a challenge to many civil engineers. Adding the reinforcement to the mixer in the form of fibers, simply like adding aggregates or admixtures, to create a homogeneous, isotropic, moldable structural material is a dream that has started more than a century ago, is still in the making today, and is not far from being attained.
Subject Headings: Fibers | Fiber reinforced concrete | Construction materials | Isotropy | Fiber reinforced composites | Aggregates | Homogeneity
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