Compressive Strength

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  • The Ability of a Material or Structure to Withstand Compressing, or Crushing Loads (ie stretching)
  • Most materials with high compressive strength have little Tensile Strength and vice versa
  • This is a core aspect of Concrete Reinforcement

Comparison of Various Materials' Tensile Strength

  • Go to the corrosponding sections in the following pages

Comparison of Natural Fibers

Comparison of Semi-Synthetic Fibers

Comparison of Synthetic Fibers

Comparison of Metal Fibers

Comparison of Mineral and Crystalized Fibers

Comparison of Various Metals and Alloys

Comparisons of Various Plastics

Comparisons of Concrete Mixes and Types

Comparison of Composite Materials

Comparison of Various Materials

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