Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete

Conventional practice usually concentrates welded wire fabric reinforcement within a single plane of a floor slab.

Fabric does very little to reinforced the outer zones, which is why spalling is common at the joints and edges. The primary function of welded wire fabric is to hold the floor slab together after the first small hairline cracks have propagate to larger fractures. This serves to maintain some degree of “structural integrity”.

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Conventional wisdom’s approach to floor slabs is to maintain "material integrity" through SFRC mix designs. This integrity is accomplished by:



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