The utilization of strands in concrete segmental passages has prompted extensive auxiliary and strength upgrades. In seismic areas, structures are intended to oppose quake impacts and keep up their usefulness. Along these lines, it is important to explicitly examine the auxiliary conduct and reaction of Fiber Reinforced Concrete (FRC) segmental passages for their dependable execution in seismically dynamic zones. Ongoing exploration endeavors in such manner show the good execution of FRC under seismic tremor loadings. However, further research is required to all the more likely comprehend the different parts of FRC segmental passage execution under seismic stacking and build up a seismic structure system.
Keywords: Fiber reinforced concrete; Segmental tunnel; Seismic performance