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Reinforced Concrete Strength

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The composite strength of Reinforced Concrete which is a mixture of two main materials can be calculated by the formula given by Tsai : X=(vf+vm*Em/Ef)*Xf  where vf is the fiber (steel) fraction and vm is the concrete (cement+sands+gravels) fraction. Xf is the yield strength of Steel and Xm is the compressive strength of the Concrete matrix. For the application case: vf=0.01911, vm=0.98089, Xf=270 MPa, Xm=40 MPa, Ef=207.000 GPa, Em=30.798 GPa we obtain X=44.563 MPa.

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