Reinforced cement concrete (RCC) is a composite material in which relatively low tensile strength and ductility of concrete are reinforced by the inclusion of reinforcement bars that have higher tensile strength or ductility.
However, fiber Reinforced Concrete can be defined as a composite material consisting of mixtures of cement, mortar, or concrete and discontinuous, discrete, uniformly dispersed suitable fibers. Fiber-reinforced concrete are of different types and properties with many advantages. Continuous meshes, woven fabrics, and long wires or rods are not considered to be discrete fibers.
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