The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 21 (1943) > Issues > Issue 9 > Tests on Square Twisted Steel Bars and their Application as Reinforcement of Concrete
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Tests on Square Twisted Steel Bars and their Application as Reinforcement of Concrete

The necessity of saving steel in war-time lends special interest to methods of increasing the strength of mild steel to reinforce concrete. I propose to discuss here the properties and use of a material, obtained from mild steel by a method known as the work hardening process. This is now receiving special attention since British Standard Specifications are being prepared for steel treated in this way. Dr. K. Hajnal-Konyi

Author(s): Hajnal-Konyi, K