deformed reinforcement

deformed reinforcement

In reinforced concrete, reinforcement, 1 consisting of reinforcing bars, reinforcing rods, deformed wire, welded wire fabric, and welded deformed wire fabric.
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Conventionally, the use of deformed reinforcement is an efficient way to improve the bond strength and ductility of concrete structures in order to mitigate bond failure as well as to enhance the energy absorption and dissipation in the splice zone in compression and tension.
RAK Steel produces deformed reinforcement bars with diameters ranging from 8 mm to 40 mm in variable lengths of 6 to 18 m to both British and American standards.