International Conference on Innovation & Research in Engineering, Science & Technology (ICIREST-19)

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Effect of Building Shape on G+5 Residential Building for Seismic Foreces
Country :: India
Authors :: Roshan S. Bandhekar || Prof. Kuldeep Dabhekar || Er. Ashish Soni
Page No. :: 01-07

Structure is to be design for seismic forces by considering earthquake parameter. To design structure like Earthquake Resistant is very important factor in building designing of irregular shapes. The main objectives of study is to find earthquake effect of building shape of R.C.C. Structure. We have carried out dynamic analysis of shapes of structure, Method is adopted for analysis is Response Spectrum Analysis. We have considered 4 different shape of structure like Rectangle, Square, C-shape & L-shape. Seismic forces are applied on that all shape of structure, then we can conclude that the effect of all shapes of structure like mode shapes, mass participation factor, Base Shear.........

Keywords –Seismic forces,Earthquake Resistant,Regular shape,Irregular shapes,Response Spectrum Analysis.

[1]. MD. mahmud sazzad, MD. samdani azad 2015. Effect of building shape on the response to wind and earthquake
[2]. Momen M. M. Ahmed 1, Shehata E. Abdel Raheem 2, Mohamed M. Ahmed 3 and Aly G. A. AbdelShafy,(2015) Irregularity effects on the seismic performance of L-shaped multi-story buildings
[3]. Stanisław Belniak, The influence of the building shape on the costs of its construction.
[4]. K. M. Heiza & M. ATayel "Comparative Study of the Effects of Wind and Earthquake Loads on Highrise Buildings".
[5]. S. Tani, J. Sakurai& M.Iguchi "The Effect of Plane Shape and Size of Buildings on the Input Earthquake Motions".
[6]. R. S. Banginwar, M. R. Vyawahare, P. O. Modani "Effect of Plan Configuration on the Seismic Behavior of the Structure by Response Spectrum Method". International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA).
[7]. Milind V. Mohod, "Effect of Shape and Plan Configuration On Seismic Response Of Structure". (IJSTR)

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Seismic Response Control of Adjacent Building Using Fluid Viscous Damper
Country :: India
Authors :: Yunal Z. Patle || Vishal Gajghate || Dr. Atulkumar Manchalwar
Page No. :: 08-12

The present paper informs that the study of seismic response control of two adjacent building structures of single degree of freedom system using with and without Fluid Viscous Damper. The study is also supports in the presence and absence of Fluid Viscous Damper (FVD) seismic excitation. The fluid viscous damper is considered for the particular study which is a passive device attached to the structural unit in the easy form as single storey at the top of the system. The main purpose of using of fluid viscous damper is to reduce the pounding forces in adjacent building structure. At the time of pounding, the displacement results show that the seismic response is more sensitive before proving.......

Keywords: Seismic Pounding, Single Degree of Freedom System, Adjacent Building Structure, Time History Analysis, Fluid Viscous Damper (FVD), Lump Mass System, SAP 2000

[1]. MateNU, Bakre SV, JaiswalOR (2017) Seismic Pounding Response of Single Degree of Freedom Elastic and Inelastic Structures Using Passive Tuned Mass Damper, International Journal of Civil Engineering15:991-1005, DOI 10.1007/s40999-017-0178-7
[2]. RaheemSEA (2006) Seismic Pounding between Adjacent Building Structures, Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Assiut University, Egypt, Electronic Journal of Structural Engineering, 6, 66-74
[3]. Kasai K (1997) Building pounding damage during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, Engineering Structures, Vol. 19, No. 3, 195- 207
[4]. BhaskararaoAV, JangidRS (2006) Seismic analysis of structures connected with friction dampers, Engineering Structures, 28, 690- 703

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Performance Based Analysis of R.C Building
Country :: India
Authors :: Kunal S. Bhut || Vishal Gajghate || Dr. Atulkumar Manchalwar
Page No. :: 13-21

A large number of multi-storey reinforced concrete (R/C) framed building structures inIndia and almost all the countries are constructed as regular building, stiffness irregularity and Vertical irregularity. For its aesthetic view or for economic purpose. The effect of displacement and base force for structures is investigated on the seismic performance of the frame under strong ground motions using nonlinear static pushover analysis based on realistic and efficient computational models. From non-linear static pushover analysis compared Base force and Displacement of regular building structure, stiffness irregularity structure and Vertical irregularity structure...........

Keywords:Multistory building, Curtailment of column, Open first storey, Pushover analysis, Comparison of graphs

[1]. Ibrahim Serkan Misir, "Potential Use of Locked Brick Infill Walls to Decrease Soft-Story Formation in Frame Buildings
[2]. Yang lu, Iman hajirasoulih, "performance based seismic design of flexible base multi-storey buildings considering soil structure interaction"
[3]. Manabu Yoshimura, "Nonlinear Analysis of a Reinforced Concrete Building with a Soft First Story Collapsed by the 1995 Hyogoken-Nanbu Earthquake"
[4]. Patil S.S, S.A. Ghadge "Seismic Analysis of High-Rise Building by Response Spectrum Method"
[5]. Anoj Surwase, Sanjay K. Kulkarni "Seismic Analysis and Comparison of IS 1893 (Part-1) 2002 and 2016 of (G+4) Regular and Irregular Building"

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Comparison of Characteristics Strength of Conventional Concrete with GGBFS Concrete and Hypo Sludge Concrete
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr. Abhinav Patinge || Mr. Tejas Tale || Mr. Akshay Arsade || Mr. Shubham Ronghe
Page No. :: 22-27

This experimental investigation on strength of concrete and optimum percentage of the partial replacement by preparing a mix M20 grade was designed as per Indian Standard method and the same was used to prepare the test samples. In the design mix proportion used in conventional Concrete, cement is replace by 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% of industrial waste like GGBFS and hypo sludge. In the test performed, the optimum compressive strength obtained by utilizing paper waste was at 20% replacement and by utilizing GGBFS was at 30%. At the place where strength is not of more importance or rather structure is for temporary basis then design mix proportion............

Keyward: GGBFS, Hypo sludge Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCM).

[1]. M.L. Gambhir "Concrete Technology" Tata McGraw Hill Company, New Delhi.
[2]. IS 456:2000. Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete, fourth revision, Bureau of Indian Standard, New Delhi.
[3]. IS 383:1970. Specification for course and fine aggregates from natural source for concrete Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi.
[4]. M. S. Shetty "Concrete Technology Theory and Practice" S. Chand & Company New Delhi.
[5]. IS: 2386-1963. Methods of test for aggregates for concrete - Part 1: Particle size and shape. Bureau of Indian Standard, New Delhi.
[6]. IS 12269-1987. Specification for OPC-53 grade cement. Bureau of Indian Standard, New Delhi

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Review: Concrete Pavement using Recycled Asphalt Material
Country :: India
Authors :: Mis.Damini Raut || Mr.Rahul Ubalr || Mis.Sarika Dhore || Mis. Shrushati Patil
Page No. :: 28-38

Asphalt concrete is a composite material use for construction of road, parking lots, core of embankment, airport runway etc. After end of their life of working, the production of demolition and construction waste has been increasing at a gradual rate in day to day. Such waste leads to impact on environment due to lack of landfill available and disposal locations. Recycling programs of such waste materials offer a viable solution. The use of these Recycled Asphalt Materials is allowed and encouraged in the construction of new roadways and pavements. Its use reduces environmental impacts and cost of road construction by reusing existing asphalt pavement..............

Keywords: Rigid Pavement, Recycled Aggregate Concrete (RAC), Asphalt Composite Material (ACM)

[1]. Al-Oraimi, S., and H. F. Hassan,(2009). "Recycling of reclaimed asphalt pavement in portland cement concrete." The Journal of Engineering Research 6(1): 37-45.
[2]. Bakash, S. A., andC. Sowmith, (2012)A Review of The Use Of Recycled Materials in Rigid Pavements. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, ESRSA Publications.Vol.2 4, 213-220
[3]. Bergren, J. V., and R. A. Britson (1977). "Portland cement concrete utilizing recycled pavements." International Conference on Concrete Pavement Design. 469-485
[4]. Bermel, B. N., (2012)Feasibility of reclaimed asphalt pavement as aggregate in Portland cement concrete pavement, (Doctoral dissertation, Montana State University-Bozeman, College of Engineering).

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Arch in Architecture; a Functional and Aesthetical solution to Building Construction and Design
Country :: India
Authors :: Shraddha M. Thakare
Page No. :: 39-43

Building construction and Design has been point of interest for all Artists, Architects and Civil Engineers as observed through the world historic periods. All of these Artist, Architects and Civil Engineers were making their contribution in this field. Out of the building structural systems arches are one of the efficient forms of structural systems. Arch is a curved member designed to carry loads above any opening /s, which carrying the function of columns and beams. It gives attractive visual solution as single unit as well as repetitive unit. It was introduced as a structural member but also appeared as aesthetic member due to its visual qualities which added weightage to structural system and its appeal............

Keywords: Arch, Architecture, Aesthetic Design, Function.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review of Bond Strength of Gfrp Bars to Concrete
Country :: India
Authors :: S.Nazeer Ahmed || Dr. T.S. Viswanathan
Page No. :: 44-47

This paper reviews works on to examine the suitability of GFRP (Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer) bars as reinforcement in concrete structures. The problem of corrosion of ferrous steel rebars in concrete structures exposed to aggressive environments has been the main reason for looking at alternatives. In this investigation experimental studies will be conducted on flexure and shear critical beams reinforced with GFRP rebars having polyester and epoxy material. GFRP rebars have a smooth surface since they are pultruded, which affects its bond with the concrete. In this study its bond characteristics will be studied. Since the failure in tension of GFRP bars is brittle in nature, the beam section has to be designed to overcome the brittle failure of R.C. beams..

Keywords: GFRP bars, Effective bond, Bond strength

[1]. Gravina, R. J., and Smith, S. T. (2008). "Flexural behaviour of indeterminate concrete beams reinforced with FRP bars." Eng. Struct. 30(9), 2370–2380.
[2]. Barris, C., Torres, L., Turon, A., Baena, M., and Catalan, A. (2009). "An experimental study of the flexural behaviour of GFRP RC beams and comparison with prediction models." Compos. Struct., 91(3), 286–295.
[3]. Choi, D. U., Chun, S. C., and Ha, S. S. (2012). "Bond strength of glass fibre-reinforced polymer bars in unconfined concrete." Eng. Struct., 34, 303–313.
[4]. Harajli, M., and Abouniaj, M. (2010). "Bond performance of GFRP bars in tension: Experimental evaluation and assessment of ACI 440 guidelines." J. Compos. Constr.,14(6), 659–668.
[5]. Pecce, M., Manfredi, G., Realfonzo, R., and Cosenza,, E. (2001). "Experimental and analytical evaluation of bond properties of GFRP bars." J. Mater. Civ. Eng., 13(4), 282–290.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Seismic Response of Structure Equipped with Lead Rubber Bearing Considering SSI
Country :: India
Authors :: Rohini L. Bahekar || KuldeepDabhekar || AtulkumarManchalwar
Page No. :: 48-52

This study investigated the effect of soil structure interaction on the response of base isolated building. Seismic isolation can significantly reduce the induced seismic loads on a relatively stiff building by introducing flexibility at its base and avoiding resonance with the predominant frequencies of common earthquakes. To provide a better understanding of the movement behavior of structure during earthquake , this study analyzed the response of multi-story reinforced concrete (RC) building which is base isolated by lead rubber bearings (LRBs) is compared with the seismic response of the same structure by considering the effect of soil-structure interaction.Nonlinear dynamic analyses are performed............

[1]. Ruiyang Zhang and Brian M. Phillips. "Performance and Protection of Base-Isolated Structures under Blast Loading" (2015) American Society of Civil Engineers, 10.1061/(ASCE)EM.1943-7889.0000974
[2]. Cancellara, D., & Angelis, F. D. " A base isolation system for structures subject to extreme seismic events characterized by anomalous values of intensity and frequency content"(2016a) Composite Structures, 157, 285-302. doi:10.1016/j. compstruct.2016.09.002
[3]. J. Enrique Luco. "Effects ofsoil–structure interaction on seismic base isolation"(2014) Elsevier Ltd.
[4]. M.C.kneifati, (1986) " Effect of soil structure interaction on damping and frequencies of base isolated structures. The 3rdUS national conference on earthquake engineering.1: 671-681
[5]. Cancellara, D., & Angelis, F. D. (2017). Assessment and dynamic nonlinear analysis of different base isolation systems for a multistorey RC building irregular in plan. Computers and Structures, 180, 74-88. doi:10.1016/j.compstruc.2016.02.012
[6]. Kelly, J.M., Leitmann, G. and Soldatos, A.G. (1987): Robust Control of Base-Isolated Structures underEarthquake Excitation, J. Optimization Theory and Applications, Vol.53, pp.159-180.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Seismic Analysis of High Rise Building with Is Code 1893-2016
Country :: India
Authors :: Snehal D.Channe || Asst.Prof.G.B.Bhaskar || G. H. Raisoni
Page No. :: 53-58


Keywords- staad -pro, base shear, displacement etc

[1]. Gauri G. Kakpure, Ashok R. Mundhada," Comparative study of static and dynamic seismicanalysisofmultistoriedrccbuildingby Etab: a review" International Journal of Emerging Research in Management &Technology Volume-5, Issue-12, Dec2016,
[2]. ISSN: 22789359
[3]. S. Mahesh1, Mr. Dr.B.PandurangaRao," Comparisonofanalysisanddesignofregular and irregular configuration of multi-story buildinginIOSRJournalofMechanicalandCivil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) e-ISSN: 22781684,p- ISSN:2320- 334X,Volume11,Issue6Ver.I (Nov-Dec.2014),PP45-52variousseismic zonesandvarioustypesofsoilsusingEtabsand Staad.",

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Study and Analysis of Cable Stayed Bridges Using STAAD Pro
Country :: India
Authors :: Nayan K. Janbandhu || Sandeep Gaikwad
Page No. :: 59-63

Long span Bridges are constructed to cross obstacles. Bridges are structures which are built to provide a passage over lake, river, valley, road or any other obstruction. During the past twenty years cable stayed bridged has occurred as the most structurally dominant system for the long spans. Long span bridge could be achieved with use of high strength materials and innovative techniques. Live load acting on the bridge is transferred to the bridge deck, which in turn both the dead load of the superstructure (self-weight of the bridge deck) and live load of the bridge is balanced by tension cables which is anchored to the tower. The tower of the bridge carries the total working load............

Key Words: Bridges, Cable Stayed Bridges, Structures, STAAD Pro

[1]. G. M. Savaliya, A. K. Desai and S. A. Vasanwala,"The Effect of Lateral Configuration on Static and Dynamic Behavior of Long Span Cable Supported Bridges," vol. 6, no. 11, pp. 156-163, 2015.
[2]. G. M. Savaliya and A. K. Desai,"Static and Dynamic Analysis of Cable-Stayed Suspension Hybrid Bridge & Validation," vol. 6, no. 11, pp. 91-98, 2015.
[3]. Ishita Arora, R. Singh, Ashwani, ParsaramPandit,"A Review on the study of cable Stayed Bridges," vol. 4, no. 7, 2017.
[4]. U. T. Murkute and S. A.Karale,"Design and Analysis of Cable Stayed Bridge," vol. 3, no. 6, 2017.
[5]. N. D. Shah And Dr. J. A. Desai Nonlinear Aerostatic Analysis of Cable-Stayed Bridges Considering IRC Vehicular Loading, Proceedings of the 5th National Conference on Wind Engineering, SVNIT, 2009.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Collection of Municipal Solid Waste for a city by using CPM
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. Anmol W.Dongre || Rohini N. Lohakre || Avantika P. Turak || Sumit B.Bildani || Kshitij N. Attharkar
Page No. :: 64-69

Solid waste management has become a major problem in our country. Due to industrialization and urbanization the generation of solid waste is growing day by day. However, the most difficult and main component of MSW is proper collection of solid waste. If it is not designed properly, then it has its worst impact on labour operational and transport cost and has the negative effect on environment. Almost 70% of total MSW management cost is spent on the collection and transportation of the solid waste. Hence the slight improvement in the collection method can result into the significant saving of overall cost. After carrying out detail study about the waste management in the city, we found that the waste is not being collected totally from the areas and also they required near about 6 hours to collect waste from each section.............

Keyword: Municipal solid waste management (MSW), CPM

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review on Production of Biogas from Kitchen Waste by Anaerobic digestion process
Country :: India
Authors :: Prashant A. Giri || Karan Dabholkar || Prajyot Todankar
Page No. :: 70-75

Facing energy crisis and climate change, the world is in need of a green, efficient, carbon- neutral energy source to replace fossil fuels. The search for energy alternatives involving locally available and renewable resource is one of the main concern of governments, scientists, and business people worldwide. In India, Large amount of kitchen waste, vegetable waste, bagasse, garden waste are obtained which is given in municipal solid waste which adds to waste management. If it can be utilized for better purposes it can reduce load to municipal solid waste management. This waste being organic in nature can be used for biogas production. Biogas, formed by anaerobic digestion of organic wastes, makes sustainable, reliable and renewable energy possible............

Keywords: Anaerobic digestion, Organic waste, Solid waste management, Kitchen waste, Organic fertilizer.

[1]. Ogure E. O. and Mbatia S., "Conversion of kitchen waste into biogas", The International Journal of Engineering and Science, Vol. 02, 11, 70-76, 2015.
[2]. Abubakar Aisha Aliyu, "Biogas potential of same selected kitchen waste", American Journal of Engineering Research, Volume-6, Issue-5, pp-53-63, 2017.
[3]. Rama Dhanariya, Dr. Sarita Sharma, Dr.Sharma,A,Dr.Verma,S, "A study of biogas production from different kitchen waste", International Journal of Chemical and Physical Sciences, 04, 01, pp-21-25, 2015.
[4]. Gujalwar V. D., M. Iqbal, "Innovations in Generation of Bio-Gas From Kitchen Food Waste And Cow Dung", IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, 29-31, 2014.
[5]. S. Mohan and K. Jagadeesan, "Production of Biogas by using food waste", International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Vol. 3, Issue 4, Jul-Agu 2013, pp. 390-394, 2013.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Study of the Secant Pile Wall technique, its application and Substantial Construction by utilizing the Non-Biodegradable Waste as partial replacement of ingredients of Concrete
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Snehal K. Kamble || Pallavi S. Chakole || Mr.Nimish A.Patankar
Page No. :: 76-78

This paper presents design and construction of Secant Pile wall. Secant pile wall are embedded retaining wall structure utilized to allow deep excavation in water charged ground conditions and soft sub strata. The walls are constructed by installing piles in predetermined sequence. Soft piles are installed first followed by hard piles which overlap, cutting into the two soft piles on either side. This design is also suitable for retaining fine sands and very soft wet ground and may also be used as cut off wall.Keeping in view to the substantial development, an idea of utilizing the non-biodegradable waste in the concrete is also included here. There are many non-biodegradable wastes; this paper presents studies on possible reuse of ceramic waste and glass as the partial replacement in ingredients of concrete. These waste materials are taken in different percentage and replaced based on the refereed papers. Property of concrete containing respective waste material is studied.

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[4]. HakanElci "Utilization of crushed floor and wall tiles as aggregate in concrete production" – 2014
[5]. Anna Halicka, PawelOgrodnik, BartoszZegardlo "Using ceramic sanitary ware waste as concrete aggregate" – 2013
[6]. ShilpaRaju, Dr. P.R Kumar "Effect of using glass powder in concrete" – 2014

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Comparison of seismic behaviour of atypical Multi-storey structure with composite Columns and steel columns
Country :: India
Authors :: Akshay Ajay Gogulwar || Amey R. Khedikar
Page No. :: 79-84

In India most of the building structures fall under the category of low rise buildings. So, for these structures reinforced concrete members are used widely because the construction becomes quite convenient and economical in nature. But since the population in cities is growing exponentially and the land is limited, there is a need of vertical growth of buildings in these cities. So, for the fulfilment of this purpose a large number of medium to high rise buildings are coming up these days. For these high rise buildings it has been found out that use of composite members in construction is more effective and economic than using reinforced concrete members. The popularity of steel-concrete composite.........

[1]. Arivalagan .S, Kandasamy .S (2010), ―Study on concrete-filled steel member subjected to cyclic loading, International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering, Vol. 3, pp. 458–465.
[2]. IS 456: 2000, ―Code of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete‖, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi.
[3]. IS 800: 2007, ―Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel‖, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi.
[4]. IS 1893: 2002, ―Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures – general provisions for buildings (Part-1)‖,Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi, 2002.
[5]. Eurocode 4 (1994): Part 1.1, ―Design of Composite Steel – Concrete Structures; General Rules and Rules for Buildings‖.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Experimental Study on Behavior of Self Compacting Concrete Confined with Ferrocement
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. Rahul D. Hinge
Page No. :: 85-93

This paper researches an experimental study on behavior of ferrocement confined beams concrete specimens. To investigate the effect of reinforcement spacing sizes on the confinement action of ferrocement jacket. There are 5 types of total 30 concrete beams of size 150X150X750 mm with reinforcement. The different reinforcement spacing c/c of 50 mm, 75 mm, 100 mm, and ferrocement jacketing are casted and tested under flexural test. The grade of M45 concrete was used. To increases in the strength and strain of concrete confined with ferrocement shell and lateral tie confinement was found to be linear. Ferrocement specimens are confined with single layer welded wire mesh ferrocement jacket having a 10 mm thickness of the jacket. The experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of ferrocement............

Keywords- Mix design, Flexural strength, Concrete beam, Ferrocement, Reinforcement spacing, Load- Deflection curves.

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[3]. Bouzoubaa N., and Lachemi M., (2002). "Self compacting concrete incorporating high volumes of class F fly ash: preliminary results", Cement and Concrete Research 31(3), 413-420.
[4]. Brouwers H. J. H., and Radix H. J., (2005). "Self compacting concrete: theoretical and experimental study", Cement And Concrete Research 35, 2116-2136.
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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Application of Concrete Canvas In Civil Engineering- A Review
Country :: India
Authors :: Anil Ratanlal Benibagde || Lomesh Pandurang Chandewar || Nikesh Ganesh Rathod
Page No. :: 94-102

Construction of any structure, concrete plays a vital role, so concrete as a construction material is being identified universally but to improve its flexibility has always attracted the attention of researchers. This paper focus on the uses of concrete canvas or concrete cloth in the construction sector. It is well known as ceramic material, and it has lots of uses in water proofing material and fire resistance, slope protection construction, mining,

Keywords- Concrete canvas, Concrete cloth, Flexibility, Fire resistance, structure

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[2]. Vaseem Akhtar, Amit Tyagi, "Study of Canvas Concrete in Civil Engineering Works", International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Volume: 02 Issue: 09, 2015.
[3]. Chen PW and Chung DDL, "Low-Drying-Shrinkage Concrete Containing Carbon Fibers", Composites Part B-Engineering, 27, 269–274, 1996.
[4]. Xu Y and Chung DDL, "Reducing The Drying Shrinkage Of Cement Paste By Admixture Surface Treatments", Cement Concrete Research, 30, 241–245. 2000.
[5]. Balaguru P and Ramakrishnan V., "Properties Of Fiber Reinforced Concrete: Workability, Behavior Under Long-Term Loading, And Air-Void Characteristics", ACI Material Journal, 85, 189–196, 1988