How long can fiber reinforced polymer sustain concrete structures? Scientists answer

In modern society, the majority of our infrastructure (buildings, bridges, tunnels, etc.) is made of aging concrete. A recently developed cost-effective method of sustaining this infrastructure involves an external coating with fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites. But is this a temporary patch or a durable solution? A 13-year-long study published in Composites Part B finally answers this question, taking us one step closer to the wide-spread utilization of this solution.

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