Research Advances in Reinforced and Smart Concrete

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Smart and reinforced concrete materials can provide various functional benefits for buildings and construction. These concrete structures help the construction and building structures achieve a maximum service life without the need of frequent maintenance and rehabilitation activities. Smart and reinforced concrete is emerging as a one-stop solution that can contribute effectively in extending the service life of construction and even infrastructure applications. There are extensive research activities to develop various types of reinforced concrete to reduce cost and enhanced durability. Attributes such as self-crack healing, self-monitoring, thermal conductivity, and providing mechanical strength to structure

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