UTILIZATION OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF FIBRES CEMENTOUS MATERIALS AND SBR LATEX IN THE CONCRETE - A REVIEW


B. Kanna Babu , Bimalendu Dash
PG Student, GMR institute of technology and engineering
Abstract
Concrete’s tensile strength is low compared to its compressive strength when subjected to normal stresses and impact loads, making it brittle. Continuous reinforcing improves the strength and ductility of concrete, but it requires careful placement and the availability of labour. In this work, the impact of several types of concrete fibre characteristics was studied. The concept of using fibres to alter the characteristics of building materials isn’t new. When concrete cracks and randomly oriented fibres start to operate together, they prevent crack development and extension while also increasing strength and ductility. The current trend is to develop more effective crack-resistant concrete, such as reinforced fibre concrete. The geometric size and modulus of fibres are the key factors of the mechanical performance of fibre reinforced concrete. According to the findings, adding fibres to concrete enhances compressive strength, flexural strength, split tensile strength, ductility, and impact strength.
Keywords: Nylon Fibre; Latex; Compressive Strength; Split Tensile Strength; Flexural Strength, Durability.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)

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Published on : 2021-09-10

Vol : 6
Issue : 9
Month : September
Year : 2021
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