The application of engineering cementitious composites (ECC) – a specially developed class of cement-based material reinforced with fibers – allows to enhance the loading capacity, stability under static and dynamic influences, as well as durability of building structures due to controlled cracking process. The design of engineering cementitious composites is based on the concept of micromechanics, which includes the strength and energy criteria of deformation strengthening throughout the wide range from the macro- to the nanostructural level.
Disperse reinforcing fibers of different materials and different lengths can significantly effect the basic characteristics of concrete, including increasing compressive strength and tensile, impact strength, wear resistance. But if the use of concrete, steel fiber reinforced was studied enough, other types of concrete reinforcement fiber, particularly glass, was not investigated enough. The same applies to special fiberglass reinforcement concretes, where is sulfur is astringent, that is sulfur concrete.