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This report provides a synopsis of the existing testing methodologies for the determination of mechanical properties of hardened fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC). This report applies to the mechanical properties of conventionally mixed and placed FRC, including fiber-reinforced self-consolidating concrete (FRSCC), or fiber-reinforced shotcrete (FRS) using steel, glass, polymeric, and natural fibers.
The objective is to enable manufacturers to characterize the mechanical properties of hardened FRC and encourage researchers and testing laboratories to adopt common and unified test methods to build a meaningful database of mechanical properties of hardened FRC materials and products. Test results from the test procedures used in this report are not intended for the design of FRC structures, but to gain a better understanding of factors influencing the determination of their mechanical properties and of FRCs and FRC products.
The Collection Online includes all new committee standards and reports released throughout the year. The most recently added include:
PRC-334.1-22: Concrete Shell Structures - Guide
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PRC-215-21: Concrete Structure Design for Fatigue Loading—Report
ACI-TMS CODE-122.1-21: Thermal Bridge Mitigation for Buildings Having Concrete and Masonry Walls and Masonry Veneer—Code Requirements and Commentary
CODE-562-21: Assessment, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Existing Concrete Structures—Code and Commentary (SI Units)
SPEC-548.9-21: Type ES (Epoxy Slurry) Polymer Overlay for Bridge and Parking Garage Decks—Specification
SPEC-548.16-21: Epoxy and Aggregate High Friction Surface on Concrete—Specification
PRC-207.1-21: Mass Concrete—Guide
CODE-562-21: Assessment, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Existing Concrete Structures - Code and Commentary
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