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Mumbai’s Road Repair Revolution: IIT-B’s Concrete Polymer Solution.

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Mumbai’s Road Repair Revolution: IIT-B’s Concrete Polymer Solution.

In the midst of Mumbai’s ongoing struggle with potholes and road fissures, a possible remedy appears in the hallways of IIT Bombay. The leading organisation suggests using concrete polymer to fix roads quickly and effectively.

If the BMC were to implement this creative strategy, infrastructure upkeep in the city may undergo a complete transformation. The concrete polymer, developed by Prof. Rishabh Jain and his colleagues at the Department of Civil Engineering at IIT-B, offers a practical and economical substitute for conventional restoration techniques.

Concrete is made more robust by adding polymers, which lowers the possibility of recurrent fractures and potholes. In addition to addressing current road problems, the suggested approach attempts to stop further degradation, which would benefit authorities and commuters in the long run.

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Using such cutting-edge techniques might revolutionise Mumbai’s road maintenance scene and bring in a period of easier, safer travel for the city’s citizens.

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