SIFCONSlurry Infiltrated Fiber Concrete
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Homrich, "Tensile stress-strain properties of SIFCON," ACI Materials Journal, vol.
Here, the SIFCON, which is already a high-strength concrete and was further reinforced externally by the BFRP, could be the reason behind the decrease in strength and toughness.
One is based on standard concrete construction and the other uses SIFCON.
One type of fiber cement, called slurry-infiltrated fiber-concrete, or SIFCON, is especially tough and has been considered for use in missile silos.