Research on the Application of New Polylactic Acid (PLA) Fiber Concrete Materials in Urban and Rural Flood Resistance


  • Xuan Li
  • Mengxue Lu
  • Chao Yan
  • Leyuan Li
  • Beibei Yang
  • Zhiyuan Wang



New polylactic acid (PLA), Fiber concrete, Urban and rural flood control resilience


This paper aims to study and apply new polylactic acid (PLA) fiber concrete materials to improve urban and rural flood resistance, enhance flood control and drainage capabilities, and promote sponge city construction. Through the analysis of the characteristics, proportion optimization and performance of PLA fiber concrete in actual projects, it is found that the material has good mechanical properties, environmental adaptability, economy and environmental protection, and has important application prospects in urban and rural flood control and drainage. By adjusting the proportion, selecting the appropriate fiber type and addition amount, the flood resistance and drainage capacity of concrete can be improved. Combined with 3D printing technology and modern scientific and technological means, the application and development of PLA fiber concrete will be further promoted to achieve a win-win situation of continuous improvement of urban and rural flood resistance and environmental protection. With the support of relevant technologies and policies, PLA fiber concrete has broad application prospects in sponge city construction and urban and rural flood control and drainage, and will make important contributions to improving the level of urban and rural disaster prevention and mitigation.


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How to Cite

Li, X., Lu, M., Yan, C., Li, L., Yang, B., & Wang, Z. (2024). Research on the Application of New Polylactic Acid (PLA) Fiber Concrete Materials in Urban and Rural Flood Resistance. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology, 3(1), 235-239.

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