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Thank you for your interest in bone-shaped short-fiber composites. We hope the following information will be useful to you.

News releases:
Bone-shaped fibers increase strength of composite materials (January 12, 1999)

Making concrete stronger and tougher with bone-shaped wires (August 23, 1999)

Summary of principle and experimental data:
"Bone-Shaped short Fiber Composite: a New Concept to Solve the Low Toughness and Strength Problem"

Relevant published papers:
"An Innovative Composite Reinforced with Bone-Shaped Short Fibers"

"Mechanical Properties of Bone-Shaped-Short-Fiber Reinforced Composites"

"Influence of Reinforcement Morphology on the Mechanical Properties of Short-fiber Composites"

"Strength and Toughness of Bone-Shaped Steel Wire Reinforced Cement"

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