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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The Platts price assessment for steel reinforcement bar (rebar) free on board (FOB) in China is now published daily instead of weekly.
At that time, concrete and reinforcement bar standards were different, and freight loads were lighter than what modern trucks are capable of hauling, according to ODOT.
Installing the precision-cut steel reinforcement bar into the accelerator pedal assembly took 30 minutes and was free of charge.
Toyota said a precision-cut steel reinforcement bar will be installed into the accelerator pedal assembly on affected vehicles, thereby eliminating the excess friction that has caused pedals to stick in rare instances.
At the first stage of reinforcement bar corrosion, when the concrete cover is still intact, the alternative to traditional repairs is protection of the reinforcement by migrating inhibitors.
Engineering challenges included the amount of reinforcement bar required and the accuracy with which it had to be placed to ensure that the tunnel was built in the correct profile to match the riverbed and riverbanks.
MANAMA: Bahrain's first steel reinforcement bar mill has begun production after receiving government approval.
Steel reinforcement bar (rebar) saw a 35 per cent price hike and cement a 15 per cent rise just between the months of May and July, according to mesteel.
The steel industry was among the hardest hit by the crisis especially those producing billet and reinforcement bar.
Sales of other construction materials including bricks, precast concrete, and reinforcement bar rose 9 percent during 2003.
Orders for cement, reinforcement bar, and other basic construction materials should see growth of less than 5 percent over the upcoming year.
LifeShear's capabilities of severing concrete, steel reinforcement bar, wood, and other forms of debris utilizes space-age technology converted to emergency rescue equipment.
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