Joint reinforcement

Joint reinforcement

Steel wire, bar or fabricated reinforcement which is placed in horizontal mortar joints.
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joint reinforcement

Any type of steel reinforcement, such as reinforcing bars or steel wire, which is placed in or on mortar bed joints.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(2003) reported the experimental evaluation of effectiveness of different details of longitudinal beam bar anchorage and transverse joint reinforcement in exterior beam-column joints of moment resistant frames.
These disadvantages have made a serious negative influence on the development and application of FRP used in joint reinforcement. Therefore, it is necessary to explore and study some new FRP strengthening technologies for beam-column joints.

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