bent bar

bent bar

[′bent ‚bär]
(civil engineering)
A longitudinal reinforcing bar which is bent to pass from one face of a structural member to the other face.

bent bar

A longitudinal reinforcing bar which is bent to pass from one face of a structural member to the other face.
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Hence a bent bar measured with the bend concave up, may appear to shorten, lengthen or not change at all depending on the positions of the gauging spheres and support points.
That meant I had to go out with a bent bar and only half-abrake lever in qualifying.
Within a minute, Sylvester Kirk calls to report a bent bar on the starting stalls, and we divert to make the repair.
A bent bar can sometimes be straightened by flexing it across the bumper of a pickup truck or similar solid base.
Around PS4,000 worth of tobacco and cigarettes were taken by raiders who bent bars to get inside Grant and Jamie Johnson's new Stockton shop.
Bent bars, dull or chipped teeth, and loose chains can all result in tragic accidents, so it's of the utmost importance that, at the very least, you swap out dull chains if you're not able to sharpen them.
Bent bars, dull or chipped teeth, and loose chains can all result in tragic accidents, so it is of utmost importance that, at the very least, we swap out dull chains when we're feeling too lazy to sharpen them.
Perhaps the most peculiar currency he has is the aACAyTaweylat Al-Hassa" or "Larin" which are bent bars of Gold, silver and copper issued in Persia and used as currency in the Gulf region in the 17th and 18th centuries.
One option is to restraighten one or more of the bent bars cold, then have a testing lab test them to fracture while still embedded in the concrete.
Last night, on the smoke-blackened wall, the bent bars were clearly visible - testament to Tracy's desperate attempt to save her sons.