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Long-term behaviour of steel- and macrosynthetic-fibre reinforced concrete beams


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This paper describes the results of an experimental campaign aimed at investigating the long-term behaviour of cracked steel- and macrosynthetic- fibre reinforced concrete beams. In particular the behaviours of four beams, in terms of crack opening and deflection, were compared: two beams contained two different dosages of steel fibres and the remaining beams two different dosages of macro synthetic fibres. The tests showed huge differences in the long-term behaviour of the different types of fibre reinforced concretes.

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