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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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Of the total hardware stores visited for PISI's market monitoring, four stores were selling substandard rebars made by Wan Chiong Steel (WSC) which was suspended by the DTI late last year.
Of the 12 hardware stores visited by Pisi, four allegedly sold substandard rebars made by Wan Chiong Steel Corp., whose operations were suspended by the DTI last year.
The Philippine Iron and Steel Institute (Pisi) had uncovered more evidence of stores in the Central Luzon provinces of Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac and Pampanga selling defective or low-quality rebars, said Joel Ronquillo, Pisi vice president for technical affairs.
[4] employed an existing model [5, 6] to consider the lateral load that can be resisted by the dowel behavior of rebars. Even though the structural behavior of dowel rebars is the primary issue in the design, experimental verification is relatively limited for the dowel behavior of rebars in a small concrete member such as a lateral supporting concrete block.
Type deformed steel reinforcement is selected for the rebars having a diameter of 20 mm.
Table 3 arranges the static test results for the RC beam specimens reinforced by conventional D13 steel rebars (RCSR) and RC beam specimens reinforced by D13 hybrid FRPsteel rebars (RC-HR).
This research has been focused on corrugated steel rebars of 12 mm of diameter and yield strength of 412 MPa conforming to ASTM A706.
The global FRP rebars market is projected to reach USD 91.00 million by 2021, registering a CAGR of 11.4% between 2016 and 2021.
At present, mill is yielding rebar A500S with diameters of 14 mm, 18 mm and 25 mm and A3 rebar made of steel grade 25G2S with diameters of 18 mm and 25 mm and further it is armored with state of art quality control certified laboratory and a packing line which meets all its clients needs.
The decision came as a response to the demands of Egyptian steel producers to protect the local market from imported steel rebars, especially those coming from Turkey and Algeria.
In Kuwait, demand for rebars is not strong and construction projects are still on hold.
However, the shortage will prove negative for local construction companies, "and as such we expect the shortfall to be made up either by expanding local capacity or importing steel rebars."