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The use of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composite materials as external reinforcement for concrete structures has become the preferred method of strengthening over more traditional techniques like section enlargement, external post-tensioning and steel plate bonding. Whether used to increase the load bearing capacity of a structure, to restore loss of capacity from damage or deterioration, seismic retrofit, or blast hardening; the fiber-reinforced strengthening system offers a simple, cost-effective method to address structural deficiencies.
This free webinar, presented by MAPEI, is designed to help participants to better understand the basics of FRP materials and their behavior, when and where FRP is appropriate to utilize for a strengthening application, and the procedure for properly installing a composite system.
Brian Stratman, P.E. is the Business Development Leader for Corrosion and Structural Strengthening with MAPEI Corporation.
Hamza Ouziame is a Sales Engineer for MAPEI Canada.
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