rebar

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rebar

[′rē‚bär]
(civil engineering)
A steel bar or rod used to reinforce concrete.

rebar

A steel bar having ribs or slightly projecting patterns on its surface to provide a greater bond with concrete when used in reinforced concrete.
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Since its inception in 1972, Amreli Steels Limited has managed to build its reputation as one of the most trusted and reliable manufacturers of steel reinforcement bars in Pakistan.
To simulate the reinforcement bar, an embedded reinforcement for Diana Library was used, which adds stiffness to the finite element model in contact with reinforcement.
The steel reinforcement bar reduced the surface tension between the friction shoe and the adjoining surface, eliminating the excess friction that can cause the pedal to stick, Toyota said.
They will be processed through the neighboring sheds and head to scrap steel factories so that they can made into reinforcement bar for construction or uncounted other purposes.
Waterproofing failure can lead to chloride rich seepage through the joint that can cause reinforcement bar corrosion leading to eventual failure by yielding.
Construction crews are replacing a 93-foot section of the ceiling of the 530-foot tunnel and replacing melted reinforcement bar and 4 inches of concrete on 160 feet of the eastern wall, a Caltrans engineer said.
k2]-widths of the cracks at one and at the opposite sides of reinforcement bar, very close to its surface.
The main beneficiaries will be suppliers of basic construction materials including cement and reinforcement bar.
Sales of other construction materials including bricks, precast concrete, and reinforcement bar rose 9 percent during 2003.
That will drive similar growth in orders for concrete, reinforcement bar, and materials used in construction of dams, highways, and ports.
As a radar antenna approaches the line of a reinforcement bar or load transfer dowel, it appears to get closer and closer until it passes directly over the bar, when it appears to recede.
Place a 5/8 [inches] reinforcement bar next to the bunker log and hammer it into the ground.
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