embedded reinforcement

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1. In reinforced concrete, metal bars, rods, wires, or other slender members which are embedded in concrete in such a manner that the metal and the concrete act together in resisting forces.
2. Material added to provide additional strength.
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Figure 8(a) shows that a single predominant crack forms in the steel casing portion at the end of the embedded reinforcement.
Efforts are made to atomize maximum tasks of embedded reinforcement with minimum user input.
The durability of concrete structure depends on the resistance of concrete against physical and chemical attack and its ability to protect the embedded reinforcement against corrosion.

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