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Different types of stirrups are used in reinforcement according to the loads and stress induced on the structural members. Why are the Stirrups & Ties provided in reinforcement? It holds the rebars in position and prevents deformation. It positions the rods in the same alignment. To secure the beam and…

We have discussed Bar Bending Schedule for different structural members such as Bar Bending Schedule for Slab Bar Bending Schedule for Beam Bar Bending Schedule for Column Here we are going to discuss the Bar Bending Schedule for Circular Slab Circular Slab Circular slabs are not usually common like flat…

Bar Bending is the process of cutting, bending, and fixing the reinforcement bars as per drawing. But what about the bar bending schedule? Why do we need it?  Take the below diagram of reinforcement details of a beam that lists all the details in comprehensive mode. It is the end…

As usual, before diving into the topic make sure to read the below topics for better understanding. Bar Bending Shape Codes What is Development Length and Lap Length? Let’s Start… There may be other methods to find out bar bending schedule for column. The below method is just a guide.…

Before diving into the topic, I hope you read the basic topics that we have covered already Difference between one way slab and two way slab Difference between Main Bars & Distribution Bars Why is the Crank rod provided? What is development length and lap length? The above posts help…

If you read the difference between the main bar and distribution bar post, then this will be easy to understand. As mentioned in that post, take the same example of a wooden writing pad. Support the wooden pad at both ends. Now apply force on the top middle of the…

The concrete gives excellent strength and enough durability for the structure. We also know the usage of steel in concrete. There is no doubt!… But why do we need Prestressed Concrete? You may see the crack formation under the concrete element after completion of the structure. It is happening due…

We all know the concrete is strong against compression force and weak against tensile force. So, to stabilise the concrete against tension force, the steel reinforcement is embedded into the concrete. Hence forming reinforced concrete and gives strength and enough durability for the structure. But why not use other materials…

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