initial offer made January 2005. This unique steel bars patentable idea relates specifically to: selection of steel bars for construction according to maximum allowable stress and steel bar weight.
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Selection of Construction Steel Bars Per Maximum Allowable Stress, Uses 30% Less Steel
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INVENTOR: Mechanical Engineer Hanna Albert Awad
Description of the invention:
For steel bar 6 millimeter in section we have two values A1, B1.
For steel bar 8 millimeter in section we have two values A2, B2.
For steel bar 10 millimeter in section we have two values A3, B3, etc.
After these calculations we can optimize and choose the steel bar that has maximum values of A, B from all tubes. Or we can take the bar that has maximum A value for certain application, and the bar that has maximum B value for another application. These two sizes will be used in all bundles where steel bars are needed. This applies to U and I shaped and all type of steel shapes used in steel construction.
So, we use two sizes of steel bars in a construction project. By doing so, we can cut the weight of steel used in the project by at least 30%.
Background of the invention and date of conception:
In 2000 -- I was watching television and I saw a summary on a skyscraper on CNN. It gave me the idea to select steel bars for construction according to their maximum allowable stress per steel bar weight (for each steel bar size). Which will cut the weight of steel used in a project by at least 30 percent.
To cut the cost of construction cost. We can cut the weight of steel used in a project, so we will be able to use less weight of steel for the same stress and steel bar weight analysis.
All sizes and types of steel bars to be able to make the steel bar weight and stress tests on them.
This selection technique could be used for all types of steel constructions and all types of buildings, bridges, highways, foundations, skyscrapers, etc.
Usually, this is not the way we select bars, U and I shaped, or any other type of steel in designs of steel constructions and buildings. It is a new revolutionary way that cut costs considerably.
Cut costs. Use less weight of steel for the same stress and steel bar weight study.
This is a selection technique for a certain design study of any type of steel and concrete construction project.
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