高清在线视频汤姆-Tata Steel Limited

Kolkata, West Bengal

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We are engaged in Manufacturing a wide assortment of Tiscon Superlinks, Tiscon Footings, Tiscon Rebars. These products are manufactured in compliance with the international quality standard using qualitative raw material and ultra-modern facilities at our infrastructure premises. Our products are appreciated for features like better efficiency, reliable performance and longer service life. Besides, customers can avail these products as per their demands and specifications.

qqc新域名网站-Tiscon Superlinks

A Tiscon Superlinks TMT Stirrups is a closed loop of reinforcement bar that is used to hold the main reinforcement bars together in an RCC structure. In a column, the stirrups provide the lateral support to the main bars against buckling. When used in beams, a stirrup is termed as shear or transverse reinforcement since it withstands the shear force. Stirrups can be of various shapes depending on the design and shape of the load bearing member e.g. Circular, polygonal, a U-stirrup or a crosstie. However, the most commonly used shape in normal construction is rectangular or a square one.Traditionally, in India, the stirrups are made manually at the construction site by the bar benders using rudimentary practices. In most cases, such stirrups do not comply with the prescribed standards. Beside dimensional inaccuracies, this can lead to improper locking of the ends thereby increasing the chances of failure during earthquakes. Stirrups of inferior quality act like "weak links" in an RCC structure and can enhance the chances of the collapse of a building under adverse conditions.
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高清在线视频汤姆-Tiscon Footings

The TATA Tiscon TMT Footing is that part of the substructure that ultimately transfers the load to the supporting soil in such a way that the safe load bearing capacity of soil is not exceeded. The footing is a structure constructed of brickwork, masonry or concrete under the base of a wall or column for distributing the load over a large area. The most important part of footings is the plan dimension, i.e, the bearing area which is ultimately resting on the soil and dispersing off the building load to the underneath soil. The plan dimension of the footing is determined by the nature of the soil, as from the chart of the safe bearing capacity of soils given above, it is evident that footing resting on rocks will have fewer plan dimensions compared to footing resting on soft clay or fine sandy soil.Generally, a 3-storeyed building resting on clayey/sandy soil should have minimum 5.5ftx5.5ft to 6ftx6ft footing size, the 2-storeyed building should have 5ftx5ft and single storied building 4ftx4ft footing sizes. These sizes should be provided if no soil data is available for proper design by a licensed structural engineer.
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