Reinforced cement concrete, simply RCC is the preferred standard for constructing building structures. The concept of RCC was introduced by Joseph Monier in the late 19th century. Reinforced cement concrete is primarily used in structures to provide the tensile strength that the concrete is weak to handle. Due to the excellent tensile strength handling and similar thermal coefficient of expansion between steel and concrete, RCC remains as the de facto component in the construction of a building.
House is every common man’s dream. It is not just a shelter, but a place filled with fond memories. So every home must be durable and strong to withstand adverse conditions and protect the loved ones. Concrete is the most widely used material for constructing. It provides high compressive strength, but low tensile strength. Due to this factor, concrete would fail from tensile stresses. All concrete structures will crack to some extent, due to shrinkage and tension, therefore it needs reinforcement.