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New developments in materials technology and the addition of field experience to the engineering knowledge base have expanded the applications of fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC). Fibers are made with different materials and can provide different levels of tensile/flexural capacity for a concrete section, depending on the type, dosage, and geometry. This guide provides practicing engineers with simple, yet appropriate, design guidelines for FRC in structural and nonstructural applications. Standard tests are used for characterizing the performance of FRC and the results are used for design purposes, including flexure, shear, and crack-width control. Specific applications of fiber reinforcement have been discussed in this document, including slabs-on-ground, composite slabs-on-metal decks, pile-supported ground slabs, precast units, shotcrete, and hybrid reinforcement (reinforcing bar plus fibers).
 

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    Guide to Design with Fiber-Reinforced Concrete

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    Design Considerations for Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete

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