web reinforcement

web reinforcement

1. Steel bars, rods, etc., placed in a reinforced concrete member to resist shear and diagonal tension.
2. Additional metal plates connected to the web, 1 of a metal beam or girder to increase the strength of the web, 1.
References in periodicals archive ?
Behavior and strength in shear of beams and frames without web reinforcement, ACI Journal Proceedings 56(8): 695-735.
Prediction of shear strength of reinforced concrete beams without web reinforcement, ACI Materials Journal 93(3): 213-222.
Shear strength of beams without web reinforcement, ACI Journal Proceedings 60(2): 183-208.
Strain-based shear strength model for slender beams without web reinforcement, Journal of Structural Engineering S 103(6): 783-793.
The loads travel from the suspended girder web reinforcement plate to the lower hanger pin and into the hanger plates.