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Synonyms for reinforcement

Synonyms for reinforcement

a military operation (often involving new supplies of men and materiel) to strengthen a military force or aid in the performance of its mission

information that makes more forcible or convincing

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a device designed to provide additional strength

an act performed to strengthen approved behavior

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His scientific interests concern the problems of concrete structure durability, especially methods of electrochemical concrete repair, and diagnostic methods of assessing corrosion conditions of concrete reinforcement.
The company specializes in the production of Concrete Reinforcement Steel Bars (Rebars) and Flat/Square bars (Merchant Steel), with a design capacity of 250 thousand tons per annum.
BRC Weldmesh Gulf has 35 years of experience in the supply and fixing of concrete reinforcement solutions for the construction industry.
To construct a cage made of concrete reinforcement wire using six-inch mesh, you will need a pair of bolt cutters and fence pliers.
Ho: The use of twined coconut fibers as a concrete reinforcement does not have any significant effect on the concrete beam's flexural strength.
i] result in a smaller difference between two corresponding pressures developed by rust, causing cracks in the concrete reinforcement cover and spalling off this cover.
4) comply with all applicable Codes and Regulations with reference to materials, its uses and safety; (5) identify structural shapes, ropes, wire and fibre as it relates to structural and ornamental components; (6) demonstrate the placement of pre-cast concrete and concrete reinforcement materials to an acceptable level of workmanship; (7) use hand tools and powered equipment in a proper and safe manner; (8) perform a satisfactory operation with oxy-fuel or electric arc welding equipment in order to facilitate this work; (9) co-ordinate iron work with other trades on the job site; and (10) perform assigned tasks in accordance with quality and production standards required by industry.
Together, the high tonnage pulling force of the static machine and the pneumatic impact force of an Air Impactor would provide the kinetic energy needed to break through the manholes and concrete reinforcement.
a new Thunder Bay company that specializes in concrete reinforcement and structures.
ARcotex glass was originally developed for concrete reinforcement, but new sizing technology makes it suitable for chemical tanks, pipes, and fittings.
Elementary seismic-reinforcement techniques, such as constructing with ductile steel and properly weighted mixes of cement and sand or adding concrete reinforcement walls and steel bracing, can keep a building standing after an earthquake.
Civil engineering professor Issam Harik and colleagues at the University of Kentucky are exploring the use of carbon fiber for concrete reinforcement.
To save more money and time, the city's public works department opted to use a brand of nylon secondary concrete reinforcement fibers on the lower walls of the vaults instead of conventional welded wire mesh.
The applications include concrete reinforcement (dowel bars and reinforcing rods), primary load-bearing structures such as bridge decks and formwork, and marine and waterfront applications such as piers, docks, concrete pilings, and marinas.
The acquisition of Radmix, which makes structural fibres for concrete reinforcement, and AFS, allows the Swiss group to boost its solid position in the growing mining market, it said.
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