Performance of Synthetic Fiber in Cocrete
Author(s):
Vaishnavi Dhamankar, Komal Deshmukh, Roma Vaidya, Pallavi bawane, Prof.Sushant M. Gajbhiye
Keywords:
Compression test, impact value, plastic shrinkage, synthetic fiber
Abstract
As we can see the global warming issues in the atmosphere various inventions and researches has been made to minimize this effect by using synthetic fiber in concrete. Synthetic fiber is mostly preferred due to the advantages of it is compared with other materials. Different types of synthetic fibers is used in concrete for enhancing the various mechanical properties, to increase life span as they have wide range of advantages such as high ductility, resistance to plastic shrinkage during the process of curing, high tensile and compressive strength, resistance to impact, resistance to abrasion with low cost. This review aims to provide information regarding the factors affecting mechanical performance and durability of concrete and advances made with them. Different test also has been performed on synthetic fiber reinforced concrete.
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Unique Paper ID: 150092

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 2

Page(s): 354 - 358
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Last Date 25 June 2020


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