reinforced beam

reinforced beam

[¦rē·ən′fȯrst ′bēm]
(civil engineering)
A concrete beam provided with steel bars for longitudinal tension reinforcement and sometimes compression reinforcement and reinforcement against diagonal tension.
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Also, in order to verify the validity of the reinforced beam experiment, the results of flexural experiment and the theoretical analysis results were compared [6].
Keywords: shear cracks static analysis reinforced beam non linear analysis simulation.
Suspended between the existing end walls these side walls would be slightly inclined, but a third reinforced beam, the gabled roof also in brick, would prevent the walls from crashing inward.
Similarly in Figure 5, R50T-P represents transversely over reinforced beam without fiber content.
As expected, the neutral axis shifted towards the reinforcement and the reinforced beam exceeded the bending strength of comparable non-reinforced beams by a factor of 2.
Huge concrete reinforced beams are being lifted into place at the Silverlink junction in North Tyneside.
The company focuses on aircrete and lightweight aggregate concrete including in the form of blocks for constructing interior and exterior walls, as well as roof components and reinforced beams for interiors.
The existing bridge consists of a reinforced concrete bridge deck supported on two reinforced beams cast integrally with the deck slab.
5 times lower than reinforced beams with the same amount of steel fibres.
The carbon shells perform like conventional steel reinforced beams but contain no steel rebar.
Also included are recent developments pertaining to lightly shear reinforced beams, punching shear problems (applying crack sliding theory), formulas for reinforcement in the case of three-dimensional stress fields, and recently developed theory of rigid-plastic dynamics for seismic design of concrete structures.