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Title: SP-155: Testing of Fiber Reinforced Concrete
Author(s): Editors: David J Stevens, Nemy Banthia, Vellore S. Gopalaratnam, and Peter C. Tatnall / Co-Sponsored by: ACI Committee 444 and ACI Committee 544
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 254
Abstract:Fiber Reinforced Concrete (FRC) is a composite material that possesses many mechanical, physical, and chemical properties that are distinct from unreinforced concrete. Recent advances in testing techniques, instrumentation, and interpretation of test results for FRC are the subject of the papers included in this symposium volume. These papers were presented at two technical sessions on the Testing of Fiber Reinforced Concrete, held during the 1995 ACI Spring Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. These sessions and this special volume were co-sponsored by Committees 544, Fiber Reinforced Concrete; and 444, Experimental Analysis of Concrete Structures.
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