The plain cement concrete have brittle in nature and low tensile strength. So placing of reinforcement bars to plain concrete to attain the tensile strength. Since AR glass Fiber is easily available material. Due to the AR Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete the AR GlassFiber is easily surrounded to the cementitious medium. In this project trial test for concrete with AR glass fiber and without AR glass fiber are conducted to show the difference in compressive strength and split tensile strength by using concrete cubes and concrete cylinders. The different types of proportions have been taken for the casting of concrete cubes and cylinders with different size of AR glass fiber strands used (6mm and 12mm) with proportions of 0.5%,0.75% and 1% compare the strength results of 28 days so that the highest strength of AR Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete was obtained at 0.75%. Various application of AR GFRC as shown in the project, the experimental test result comparison with other type presented, finally indicate the tremendous potential of AR GFRC as an alternative construction material.
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