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mlhay
Student
University of Florida, USA, Joined Mar 2002, 8

mlhay

Student
University of Florida,
USA,
Joined Mar 2002
8
04:26 Jul-03-2007
the best method for detecting and localize the rebars

Hi,

To confirm the appropriate overlapping of the rebars at the construction joint, I am looking for the method that can tell me if there is rebar or not at the joint.

if anybody could tell me the potential methods that may answer my question, I will definitely apprepriate.

Thanks!


 
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Michel
NDT Inspector,
consultant, Canada, Joined Sep 2006, 893

Michel

NDT Inspector,
consultant,
Canada,
Joined Sep 2006
893
00:03 Jul-07-2007
Re: the best method for detecting and localize the rebars
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Hi,
: To confirm the appropriate overlapping of the rebars at the construction joint, I am looking for the method that can tell me if there is rebar or not at the joint.
: if anybody could tell me the potential methods that may answer my question, I will definitely apprepriate.
: Thanks!
------------ End Original Message ------------

With the information you have provided, I assume you are talking about reabars in a cement floor? If you have access to both side of the slab, I suggest doing radiography using Co 60. I believe the equivalence factor for cement is 10:1 compare to steel. This way you will also have an exact picture of the way it is inside. There maybe other ways that I don't know. My experience in that field is very limited. I hope this will help you.



 
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