Study on Self-healing Concrete types – A review
The most popular treatment for concrete structure is self-healing method to enhance the durability of concrete. The relevance between cracks and conceivable self-healing method is sophisticated and environmentally considered. This current paper a review on biological, natural and chemical mechanism of self-healing concrete was deeply evaluated from past journal was published about them and the main purposed of this paper as focuses on biological processes of self-healing concrete. The data introduced in current study as huge substantial for bioprocess and biotechnologists engineer to provide useful details on present condition of self-healing concrete.
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