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Title: Technical Committee on Utilization of High-strength/High-ductility Concrete
Author(s): Shunsuke SUGANO, Takafumi NOGUCHI, Hideki KIMURA
Appears on pages(s): 1-13
Keywords: high-performance concrete, high-ductility, self-compatibility, fiber-reinforcement, building structure, civil structure
Abstract:High-performance concrete having high-strength added with "high-function" such as "High durability", "self-compatibility", "high-ductility", etc., have been used in Japan in recent years. This paper introduces the results of survey and research carried out by this committee to clarity the current state and technical issues of High-performance concrete technology and build up documents necessary for its development and dissemination, mainly from the spect of "self-compacting concrete", "high-durability concrete:, and "fiber-reinforced high-ductility concrete".
Japan Concrete Institute, International Partner Access.
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