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Journal of Urban Technology and Sustainability
This study investigated the effect of specimen shape (cylindrical and cubical) on the compressive strength and elastic modulus of steel fiber reinforced concrete after exposure to the temperatures of 150, 300, 450, and 600 °C. Results show that the compressive strength and elastic modulus of the composite significantly reduce with the increase in temperature, independent of the specimen shape. Additionally, a significant difference in the compressive strength and elastic modulus conversiondoi:10.47842/juts.v1i1.7 fatcat:wlqeb5b2drc23hutbabzi7nja4