bending schedule

bending schedule

[′ben·diŋ ‚skej·əl]
(civil engineering)
A chart showing the shapes and dimensions of every reinforcing bar and the number of bars required on a particular job for the construction of a reinforced concrete structure.

bending schedule

A chart showing the shapes and dimensions of every reinforcing bar and the number of bars required on a particular job; prepared by the designer or detailer of the reinforced concrete structure.
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Fatigue life of dowel joints subjected to a given stepped cyclic bending schedule could be estimated with the Palmgren-Miner rule (Palmgren 1924, Miner 1945) based on their M-N curves.
Fatigue life of dowel joints subjected to a given stepped cyclic bending schedule can be predicted with the Palmgren-Miner rule based on their M-N curves.