Fibre-reinforced shotcrete (FRS) has been rapidly adopted as the primary ground control in underground mining...
Durability of concrete structures is a major consideration for engineers and asset owners who have to justify public spending and therefore the viability and longevity of assets. It would follow that a more durable asset with a longer design life and less maintenance would be more cost-effective and more desirable.
Remedial works of the concrete structure well before the specified design life will yield additional cost to the owner due to loss of revenue and the cost of the works to rehabilitate the structure.
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