Fibre reinforced bendable concrete

A new type of fiber-reinforced bendable concrete will be used for the
first time in Michigan this summer- and University of Michigan
scientists hope that their new material will find widespread use across
the country. The new concrete looks like regular concrete, but is 500
times more resistant to cracking and 40 percent lighter in weight. Tiny
fibers that comprise about 2 percent of the mixture’s volume partly
account for its performance. more

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