ferroconcrete


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fer·ro·con·crete

 (fĕr′ō-kŏn′krēt′, -kŏng′-, -kŏn-krēt′, -kŏng-)
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ferroconcrete

(ˌfɛrəʊˈkɒŋkriːt)
n
(Building) another name for reinforced concrete
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re′inforced con′crete


n.
concrete containing steel bars, strands, mesh, etc., to absorb tensile and shearing stresses.
[1900–05]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ferroconcrete - concrete with metal and/or mesh added to provide extra support against stressesferroconcrete - concrete with metal and/or mesh added to provide extra support against stresses
concrete - a strong hard building material composed of sand and gravel and cement and water
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Translations

ferroconcrete

nEisen- or Stahlbeton m
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ferroconcrete

[ˈfɛrəʊˈkɒŋkriːt] ncemento armato
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Despite this damage, it was reported that WFS-based concrete may be used safely in large-mass concrete blocks that are not ferroconcrete. Using WFS in such applications would be suitable for economy [24].
Modernity, one side of technology, includes the industrial arts and concerns steam engines, dreadnoughts, powered flight, and ferroconcrete; in a word, gadgets.
Several methods such as accelerated curing and the use of precast concrete and construction robots are used for increasing the production rate in ferroconcrete construction [1-7].
relatively heavy and cold building elements, such as silicate or concrete blocks and ferroconcrete walls, should be coated with a layer that has lower density and better thermo-insulating properties.
Concrete and ferroconcrete (Equipment, materials, technologies).
Caption: CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Casey Colando and Sara Allen, holding a favorite rooster, "Wheezy"; Casey Colando tests the strength of a customer's solar array; the morning sun rises over the Casita and a yard fun of wild Desert Marigolds; an evaporative cooler system beats the heat with less energy than an air conditioner; Colando and Allen use ferroconcrete for construction; a watering system for hens uses nipples to reduce waste.
It refers to a roof ferroconcrete beam in a warehouse; the thicker dark horizontal lines represent the buried steel rods, while the vertical milder lines indicate brackets.
With the overhaul of the first two routes, the dilapidated wooden sleepers with be replaced by new ferroconcrete sleepers and new rails will also be laid.
The figure topped the level that requires ash from incinerated debris showing more than 100,000 becquerels of cesium to be buried at disposal sites with ferroconcrete partitions.
The distinguished panel of jurors comprised Matteo Bologna, founder and president of Mucca Design; Earl Gee, partner and creative director of Gee + Chung Design; Allyson Lack, partner and cofounder of Principle; Tim Larsen, founder of Larsen; and Yolanda Santosa, founder and creative director of Ferroconcrete.
Vplyv karbonizacie betonu na koroziu vystuze v zelezobetone [Influence of concrete carbonation on the corrosion of ferroconcrete elements].
The presented below fourth task analyzes the structure in which plate finite elements are used for the ferroconcrete, and beam finite elements are used for the pillars.