main reinforcement

main reinforcement

In reinforced concrete, steel reinforcement which resists stresses resulting from applied loads and moments, as opposed to reinforcement intended to resist secondary stresses.
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A 16 mm steel bar was used for main reinforcement with yield strength of 548 MPa and tensile strength of 620 MPa, while 6 mm bar was used for shear link with yield strength of 305 MPa and tensile strength of 458 MPa.
Concrete characteristic compressive strength ([f.sub.ck]) was selected to be 30 MPa and rebars were chosen to be CA50 ([f.sub.yk] = 500 MPa for the main reinforcement) and CA60 ([f.sub.yk] = 600 MPa for the web reinforcement).
Invitation to Bid: Fy 2015 water main reinforcement
MAIN REINFORCEMENT - This research concerns adaptation of the main pedestal reinforcement to act as anchor reinforcement.
2) The ultimate load of a corbel was increased by increase in percentage of primary reinforcement steel, nevertheless, it is mostly pronounced for lower ratios of the main reinforcement;
Initially, Con Edison hoped to encourage groups of customers to convert at the same time, a concept it called "clustering." Simply, the goal was to get adjacent customers to commit to converting at the same time, reducing main reinforcement costs incurred by any single customer and constructing once, minimizing disruptions to the neighborhood.
"The main reinforcement will be in top regional markets, which are New York, Miami, Chicago, Washington, D.C.
Two self-proclaimed and unlawful religious organizations through their FM radios in Khyber Agency had almost established their practical control over the region which links Pakistan with Afghanistan and is the main reinforcement center for NATO forces in Afghanistan.
In the temperature range [T.sub.g] < T < [T.sub.m], the reinforcing effect of nanoparticles was most pronounced in the LDPE matrix having the lowest degree of crystallinity, supporting the immobilization as a main reinforcement mechanism operating in this temperature region.
The yielding of main reinforcement and PC strand occurred at P=52 kN and 86 kN, respectively.
The standard retrofitting procedure for reinforced concrete columns in Japan is to increase the cross section of columns by the addition of reinforced concrete, which is then surrounded by steel jackets either at locations of premature termination of main reinforcement or over the column's full height.