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    Strength is an important property for restorative materials, which depends on the microstructure and composition of material, the method of testing the fracture mechanism and the environment (20). The measurement of compressive and flexural strength is one of the methods to investigate the mechanical properties of restorations (21). Flexural strength is one of important characteristics of MTA. This property becomes more important when the MTA is placed under occlusive pressures, such as when MTA

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    possesses an increased in tensile strength both at the first crack and at ultimate, especially under flexural loading, and the fibers can still hold the matrix together even after a lot of cracking.  Introduction Concrete is a structural material that is weak in tension and they also have brittle properties with a low tensile strength and strain capacity. Fiber reinforced concrete is known as one of the fastest segments in concrete which contain fibrous materials which increase the structural integrity

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    Concrete is a composite material composed mainly of water, aggregate, and cement. The desired physical properties of the finished material can be achieved by including additives and reinforcements in the mixture. Generally, fibers used in concrete are to control cracks, shrinkage and to reduce permeability. Fibers also show excellent resistance towards impact and abrasion. SIFCON (slurry infiltrated fiber reinforced concrete) is one of the recently developed construction material. It is a special type

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    Then, the materials cool down slowly. Through this process, the dislocations of the structure reduce. The strength of materials drop and raise the toughness flexibility and ductility. Also, the nucleation and growth will occurs in annealing. (b) Quenching Quenching is a heat treatment method in steel that heat the material in a high temperature and then cool down in a short time. The material will become much softer and readily for further treatment

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    Stress and stain

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    Strain The strength of materials are expressed from the point of view of machine designer. A machine designer needs to know the properties of different materials so that he can select the most suitable material for each part of a machine. A machine designer uses his information of stress to make sure that the stress is reasonable and that each part of the machine is sufficiently strong. Strength of materials is the scientific area of applied mechanics for the study of the strength of engineering

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    Advantages Of Concrete

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    Concrete is an extremely versatile and durable building material. Concrete can be used to build long lasting structures even in very harsh environments when it is made with adequate constituents and mix design and properly handled .performance problems that may arise occasionally are often due to the use of materials that do not full fill minimum quality requirements, unsatisfactory specifications or due to inappropriate construction methods. A concrete consists of sand, coarse aggregate

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    HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE Concrete is defined as “high-strength concrete” only on the basis of its compressive strength measured at a given age. [1] High strength concrete (HSC) may be defined as concrete with a specified characteristic cube strength between 60 and 100 N/mm2, although higher strengths have been achieved and used. Strength levels of 80 to 100 N/mm2 and even higher are being used for both precast and in-situ work in the USA, France, Norway and some other countries. [2] High-strength

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    Composite Analysis

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    Composite is the combination of matrix and reinforcement material, which will have more strength when compared to the matrix and reinforcement material. The reinforcement material may present in the form of particulates, flakes and fibers. The strength and stiffness of the composite material is depends on the shape, size and way of orientation of reinforcements arranged in the matrix material. The different types of composite materials are metal matrix composites (MMC), ceramic matrix composites

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    Experiment: Tensile Test

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    required power to bend a plastic beam under three point loading system. Flexural strength is the capacity of the material to defy the bend under load. Specimens are cut as per the ASTM D5943-96 Standards dimension was 150 mm x 15 mm x 3 mm. Impact test: Izord impact test is conducted on the specimens using Izord impact tester. The dimensions of the specimens was 63.5mm x 12.7 mm x 3.2 mm as per ASTM D256

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    ECAP is the one of the severe plastic deformation process in which the material is subjected to the high plastic deformation without changing its cross-sectional area [1]. This imparts high strength, hardness with high effective toughness. There is great amount of refinement of grains and increase in the complexity of the microstructure which imparts high strength, hardness and toughness to the material [2].The processing of material by ECAP has undergone active development in several areas. These areas

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