Compression of Structure Confined Ferromagnetic High-Strength Concrete's Behavior
Potential plastic hinge zones in reinforced columns intended for seismic regions must be thoroughly studied for ductility in order to ensure that big earthquakes do not cause collapse. When a concrete with reinforcement is subjected to an earthquake or a nuclear bomb, for example, it collapses rapidly. This issue can be avoided if the crucial parts are capable of undergoing massive plastic deformations and absorbing huge quantities of strain energy. The confinement of concrete by appropriate transverse reinforcement results in a substantial improvement in compressed concrete strength and ductility. Confined Fiber Reinforced Concrete is a form of concrete that uses fibres to provide some confinement (CFRC). When we use fibers in large volumes it has the tendency to ball. As a result, the amount of indirect confinement provided by steel fibre is limited. This restriction confinement necessitates the use of further confinement in reinforced concrete components at crucial sections. A Ferro cement shell can be used to give further confinement. Confined Ferro Fiber Reinforced Concrete is the name given to this type of concrete (CFFRC). The purpose of this study is to look at the stress strain characteristics and compressive strength of CFFRC and mortar.