Carbon fibers make concrete groan when repairs are needed

Agee, A. Dale
September 1993
Caribbean Business;9/2/1993, Vol. 21 Issue 35, p34
Discusses how carbon fibers mixed with concrete enable one to electrically detect the development of cracks in the concrete. Increase in the conductivity of the concrete by ten times; History of the development and use of concrete.


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