Steel reinforcement bar is also known as rebar and r einforcement steel. It is versatile constructional material which is widely used in the construction industry for making of reinforced concrete.
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required diameter. Larger openings are cut with a circular saw or a concrete chain saw with plunge cutting capabilities. Because a circular saw makes a longer cut on the top of the slab than on the bottom, small cores drilled at the corners can be used to help avoid over-cutting the opening when a circular saw is used.
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HRB500 and HRB600 steel bars have been adoptedby 'Code for design of concrete structures' (GB50010-2010)and'Steel for the reinforcement of concrete-Part 2:Hot rolled ribbed bars
Placing Reinforcing SteelConcrete Construction MagazineMar 13, 2005 · Incorrect reinforcing steel placement can and has led to serious concrete structural failures. For example, lowering the top bars or raising the bottom bars by ½ inch more than that specified in a 6-inch-deep slab could reduce its load-carrying capacity by 20%.
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