Reinforced Concrete

Reinforced Concrete is also known as reinforced cement concrete is a composite material in which cement's moderately low tensile strength and pliability are neutralized by the consideration of support having higher tensile strength. The support is for the most part, however not really, steel strengthening bars (rebar) and is typically inserted inactively in the solid before the solid sets. Reinforcing schemes area unit usually designed to resist tensile stresses especially regions of the concrete which may cause unacceptable structural failure. Reinforced concrete may also be permanently stressed in order to improve the behavior of structure under the load and this technique is known as pre-tensioning and post-tensioning.


  • Fiber-Reinforced Concrete
  • Non-Steel Reinforcement
  • Prestressed Concrete

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