reinforced column

reinforced column

[¦rē·ən′fȯrst ′käl·əm]
(civil engineering)
A long concrete column reinforced with longitudinal bars with ties or circular spirals.
A composite column.
A combination column.

reinforced column

A concrete column containing reinforcement such as steel rods or wire mesh.
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Tenders are invited for proposed construction of open air theater stage with providing reinforced column and brick masonry wall in the campus of vidyasagar university.
5m high sculpture, made of local porcelanite, stood on a 6m steel reinforced column before it was destroyed.
com/where-jesus-tomb-christs-grave-restored-public-visit-burial-location-2512562) The restoration team reinforced portions of the walls and reinforced columns with titanium, among other tasks, but noted that much more work needed to be done in order to fully protect the structure.
Prediction of lateral confinement coefficient in reinforced columns using neural network simulation, Journal Applied Soft Computing, 11: 2645-2655.
Multi storey structures consist of reinforced columns and slab basically.
The property also boasts state-of-the art technology, tower column-free floorplates, and enhanced security features including laminated glass, added spray-on fireproofing, reinforced columns and two independent sprinkler risers.
Among the document's lessons for other buildings is the importance of continuity, "as in the extension of bottom beam reinforcement through the girders and bottom girder reinforcement through the columns," redundancy, as in the two-way beam and girder system, anti energy-absorbing capacity, as in the Pentagon's spirally reinforced columns.