How to Calculate Cutting Length in Bar Bending Schedule_ - Civilology.pdf

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5/30/2018 How to Calculate Cutting Length in Bar Bending Schedule? - Civilology 2/5 Bar Bending Schedule for Column – Detailed Practical Guide How to Calculate Steel Quantity for Slab? – Reinforcement Calculation How to Calculate Cutting Length of Stirrups in Column? – Different Shapes Bar Bending Schedule for Beam [BBS for Beam] How to Make Bar Bending Schedule for Pile Reinforcement – [BBS for Pile] Basics Checklist Construction Methods Estimation Lab Test Quick Tip Specification Testing Procedure Let’s do it in a right way… We are not going to explain the whole Bar Bending Schedule for beam concept. We are taking the below example of single reinforcement – bent up bar to explain Given Diameter of the Bar = 12 mm Clear Cover = 25 mm Clear Span (i.e “L”) = 6000 (Length of the slab) Slab Thickness = 150 mm Ld = 40d (Development Length). We know the difference between lap length and development length .
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• Summer '18
• Naveen
• Civil Engineering, Calculation, bar bending schedule, The Bends

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