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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When the reinforcement steel yields, the transfer of tensile stresses at the steel-concrete interface is damaged, which makes it difficult to transfer loads after the yielding load of the reinforcement steel is reached.
SPF is an authorised dealer for Sabic supplying reinforcement steel products and also an approved vendor of Saudi Aramco for fusion bonded epoxy coated rebars.
It will also, Omar said, reduce the corrosion of the reinforcement steel by more than 50 % which will positively affect the durability of structures.
Furthermore, a total of 34,000 T of reinforcement steel has been used and over 21 million man hours completed on-site.
Made outside India' A tonne of reinforcement steel produced in India for use in buildings can cost up to Rs15,000 ($244) more than that from China, according to Firoz.
A total of 33,000 tonnes of reinforcement steel has been used and over 18,500,000 man hours completed on site.
The construction sector grew 2% while the cost of key materials including cement, ready mixed concrete, and reinforcement steel grew over 6% in the last quarter, according to Gleeds Construction Consultancy.
2) The ultimate load of a corbel was increased by increase in percentage of primary reinforcement steel, nevertheless, it is mostly pronounced for lower ratios of the main reinforcement;
Commercial factors are behind rolling of this scrap directly into reinforcement steel bars.
If the bars we stretch f e metrocentre's reinforcement steel re put end to end they would from Gateshead to New York.
About 7,000 metric tonnes of reinforcement steel and 1,000 metric tonnes of structured steel have been used for construction.