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UHPC combined performance with FRP structural elements was not widely researched before due to the material costs and relatively new appearance of the materials in the market. The combination was found beneficial for bridge repair projects and innovative designs. FRP strength is very high and using UHPC could make structural elements more effective, creating better anchorage reinforcement and optimizing market price. In other words, both materials could fully utilize each other. FRP as substitution to steel used with UHPC can be a better design option highly influencing the whole-life cost of the building.
A highly motivated Civil-Structural Engineer with two Master's Degrees seeking for an opportunity to further engineering career and research. An outgoing socially confident and innovative person with essential theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of Civil Engineering 7 years industry and 1 year site experience (Mazeikiai Oil Refinery), developing skills in design software, technical documentation & quantity surveying. Currently working as a product specification engineer at Schoeck and researching glass GFRP and UHPC. Fluent in 2 foreign languages.