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DetailsC50 - A reinforcing steel contractor fabricates, places and ties steel mesh or steel reinforcing bars (rods), of any profile, perimeter, or cross-section, that are or may be used to reinforce concrete structures.
- Course Covers
covers1. PLANNING AND ESTIMATING (43%)
Plans and specifications
Types and grades of reinforcing steel
Determining quantities of materials
2. FABRICATION (9%)
3. LAYOUT AND PLACEMENT OF REINFORCING STEEL (20%)
Setting bar supports
Placing and tying reinforcing steel
4. PLACEMENT AND STRESSING OF POST-TENSIONED CABLES (7%)
Layout and placement of cables
Stressing of cables
5. SAFETY (21%)
Equipment and site safety
- Table of Contents
tablecTABLE OF CONTENTS
Reinforcing Steel Contractor
Reinforcing Steel Contractor's Exam
Reinforcing Steel-Bar Fabrication
Reinforcing Steel-Bar Identification
Welded Wire Fabric
Concrete Protection For Reinforcing Steel
Reinforcing Steel In Concrete Beams
Reinforcing Steel In Foundations
Reinforcing Steel In Retaining Walls
Reinforcing Steel In Columns
Reinforcing Steel In Concrete Slabs
Welding Reinforcing Steel
Welding Reinforcing Steel-Weld Types
Welding Reinforcing Steel-Welding Symbols
Pre-Stressing and Post-Tensioning
Hoisting-Hand Signals For Crane Operation
Health and Safety Orders
- Sample Questions
questions1. A contractor determines that a particular job will take three men an 8-hour day to install 50 feet of retaining wall reinforcement. The labor cost is $43.00 per man-hour and the wall is 300 feet long. What is the total labor cost for the job?
c. $6,192 *
2. According to the Post-Tensioning Manual, which of the following should be used to repair tears in cable sheathing?
a. Duct tape
b. Adhesive, moisture-proof tape *
c. Spray-on epoxy
3. How often does the Post-Tensioning Institute recommend post-tension stressing equipment be calibrated? a. Every 2 months
b. Every 4 months
c. Every 6 months *
d. Every 12 months