Minimum Reinforcement in Slabs and Beams
Reinforcement

Minimum Reinforcement in Slabs and Beams

Minimum Reinforcement in Slabs and Beams Reinforced Concrete is a concrete in which steel is embedded in such a manner that the two materials act together in resisting forces. The reinforcing steel rods, bars, or

Types of Reinforced Concrete
Reinforcement

History of Reinforced Concrete and Types of Reinforced Concrete

Types of Reinforced Concrete Fibers are utilized in cement to manage the cracking characteristics and reduce permeability. The surrounding concrete protects the steel used for reinforcement. Glass fiber reinforced concrete is used for architectural products

Gendral Civil Engineering

Do’s & Do not’s For Reinforcement Detailing

Do’s & Do not’s For Reinforcement Detailing DO’S-GENERAL Reinforcement Detailing Prepare drawings properly & accurately if possible label each bar and show its shape for clarity. 1.Cross section of retaining wall which collapsed immediately after placing

Reinforcement

Tolerance on Placing of Reinforcement

Tolerance on Placing of Reinforcement Unless otherwise specified by the Engineer-in-charge, reinforcement shall be placed within the following tolerances: Tolerance in spacing a) For effective depth, 200 mm or less + 10 mm b) For

Reinforcement

Development length and Lap length

Development length and Lap length  addresses the length of the bar needed to transfer the stresses to the other bar whereas Development length addresses the length of the bar needed to transfer the stresses to the

Reinforcement

Doubly Reinforced Beam

To understand the term doubly reinforced section, one should have knowledge about design of beams and moment of resistance. The main consideration of beam is moment of resistance. We design the beams such that it