Fibre-reinforced concrete (FRC) is concrete that has fibrous materials mixed in to increase the concrete’s durability and structural integrity. FRC has small, short, and discreet fibres that are randomly oriented yet uniformly distributed throughout the concrete. The fibres can be circular or
flat and often makeup one to three per cent of the concrete mix’s total volume. Common fibres used in reinforced concrete include steel, glass, synthetic, and natural fibres.