This CD contains 8 papers from sessions sponsored by ACI technical committees 544, 549, and 130 at the Fall 2012 ACI Convention in Toronto and two technical sessions at the Fall 2013 ACI Convention in Phoenix. The topics of the papers cover sustainability aspects of using fiber reinforced concrete ranging from durability and interface mechanisms of natural fiber reinforced concrete (FRC), evaluation of eco-mechanical performance of FRC, reducing carbon dioxide emissions of concrete, as well as applications of fiber reinforcement for self-consolidating concrete, bridge link slabs, extruded prefabricated elements, slab systems and fabric-reinforced cementitious matrix systems for strengthening unreinforced masonry walls.
Table of Contents
On The Durability and Interface Mechanisms of Natural FRC: a Material for the Sustainable Construction Industry
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Self-Consolidating Concrete - Fresh and Mechanical Properties
Evaluating the Eco-Mechanical Performances of Fiber-Reinforced Concrete
Parametric Study of Fiber-Reinforced Concrete for Bridge Link Slab Applications
Calender Extrusion of Cement Mixtures for Sustainable Composite Production
In-Plane Behavior of Unreinforced Masonry Walls Strengthened with Fabric-
Reinforced Cementitious Matrix (FRCM)
Out-of-Plane Strengthening of URM Walls with Fabric-Reinforced-Cementitious- Matrix (FRCM)
Reducing CO2 Emissions of Concrete Slab Constructions with the PrimeComposite Slab System
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