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Try this one


>From: "Dennis S. Wish, PE"
>To: seaint(--nospam--at)
>Subject: Re: Even more fibers
>Date: Sat, 05 Mar 2005 14:04:42 -0800
>GSKWY(--nospam--at) wrote:
>>For those interested in reading about fibers,  this is a short,  
>>but pretty good article.
>>   If the link doesn't work,  just go to
>> and search for fibers.
>>   It's only two pages but includes a quote from the marketing
>>manager of Fibermesh that admits Fibermesh is only really good for
>>plastic shrinkage cracking.  (My personal opinion -  use an
>>evaporation retarder instead of fibers.  Much, much better.)
>>  The article also includes a quote from a learned professor (this
>>one from Michigan State) that "fiber concrete is a wonderful
>>technology."   In his opinion, the problem is that you need to
>>double the dosage,  then fibers will control drying shrinkage.  The
>>learned professor does not indicate that any particular type of
>>fiber is required,  and the article doesn't cite any of his learned
>>research so it is hard to say to much about his learned opinion
>>except to note that some people will say anything for money.
>>   Gail Kelley
>I tried the link and was instructed to pay for a subscription before
>I was authorized to search and read past articles. Am I doing
>something wrong?
>*Dennis S. Wish, PE*
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