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Correspondence on Design of Steel-Fibre Floors: Problems and Pitfalls by Frank Neal

Mr B. Bouhon/Mr E. Alexandre (Silidur Group) The idea of using steel fibres to reinforce concrete (in particular, industrial concrete floors) was conceived some 30 years ago. Gradually, the idea progressed to applications on a larger scale.