A Review on Fiber Strengthened Cement

Meenu Bala, Varinder Singh


A Fiber Strengthened Cement (FRC) is a composite material comprising of concrete based grid with a requested or irregular circulation of fiber which can be steel, nylon, polythene and so forth. Concrete assumes an imperative part as a development material on the planet. Be that as it may, the utilization of concrete as a basic material is restricted to certain degree by inadequacies like fragility, poor elasticity and poor imperviousness to effect quality, weakness, low flexibility and low sturdiness. In the present situation, squander materials from different ventures and admixtures are added to the blend. More than 300 million tons of modern squanders are being created per annum by synthetic and rural process in India. These materials posture issues of transfer and wellbeing perils. Today the development business need discovering financially savvy materials for expanding the quality of solid structures. The present paper audits the writing identified with the use of waste material and its different consequences for compressive quality and workability of cement.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i4.3744


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