bar bending

bar bending

[′bär ‚ben·diŋ]
(civil engineering)
In reinforced concrete construction, the process of bending reinforcing bars to various shapes.

bar bending

In reinforced concrete construction, the process of bending reinforcing bars to various shapes.
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The larger the structure for which most, if not all, conventional reinforcing steel gave way to Helix 5-25, the more time CPC crews saved in routine bar bending, placing and tying.
Also in the tubular stabilizer bar bending area, apart from durable plastic deformations occur elastic deformations which after the cessation of action of deforming stresses reduce the overall deformation, tending to restore the original shape of the tube.
Figure 6 provides the force diagram that is used for the derivation of this ball bar bending model.
Its range of products in Rebar processing equipments are Bar Bending Machines, Bar Shearing Machines.
TIP 0402-09 "Rotating bar bending fatigue testing in a corrosive environment" TIP 0402-24 "Guide to the use of stainless steel pipe specifications"