Cementitious material with bio-based recycled agricultural waste

B. Nepal, C. S. Chin & S. W. Jones
Fibre reinforced concrete (FRC) is a significant achievement of modern construction. Fibres increase the ductile capacity of concrete by enabling it to undergo large deformation before failure. The tensile strength of concrete is increased whereas it would otherwise only be strong in compression. Although FRC has several advantages, the use of steel fibres means it only provides a little contribution towards sustainability; therefore a shift towards new and innovative building materials is an urgent necessity....
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