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  • AS 1302-1991

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    Steel reinforcing bars for concrete

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Superseded date:  30-06-2017

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    Published date:  01-01-1991

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 1302-1991 STEEL REINFORCING BARS FOR CONCRETE
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    6 - 1 SCOPE
    6 - 2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    6 - 3 DEFINITIONS
    6 - 3.1 Angle of deformation flanks
    6 - 3.2 Bar size
    6 - 3.3 Calculated mass per metre
    6 - 3.4 Deformed bar
    6 - 3.5 Longitudinal rib
    6 - 3.6 Nominal area
    6 - 3.7 Plain round bar
    6 - 3.8 Transverse deformation
    6 - 3.9 Transverse deformation angle
    6 - 3.10 Transverse deformation spacing
    7 - 4 GRADE CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGNATION
    7 - 4.1 Classification
    7 - 4.2 Designation
    7 - 5 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
    7 - 5.1 General
    7 - 5.2 Cast analysis
    7 - 5.3 Product analysis
    7 - 5.4 Residual elements
    7 - 6 MARGINS OF MANUFACTURE
    8 - 7 QUALITY OF FINISHED BAR
    8 - 8 DEFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ANCHORAGE WITH CONCRETE
    8 - 8.1 General
    8 - 8.2 Spacing of transverse deformations
    9 - 8.3 Transverse deformation angle
    9 - 8.4 Gap between rows of transverse deformations
    9 - 8.5 Height of transverse deformations
    9 - 8.6 Height of longitudinal rib
    9 - 8.7 Angle of deformation flanks
    9 - 9 PREPARATION OF TEST PIECES FOR MECHANICAL TESTING
    9 - 9.1 General
    9 - 9.2 Tensile test pieces
    9 - 9.3 Bend test pieces
    9 - 10 MECHANICAL TEST REQUIREMENTS
    9 - 10.1 Tensile test
    10 - 10.2 Bend test
    10 - 11 ROUNDING OF NUMBERS
    10 - 11.1 General
    10 - 11.2 Tensile properties
    10 - 12 REVERSE-BEND TEST
    10 - 13 MARKING
    11 - APPENDIX A - PURCHASING GUIDELINES
    11 - A1 INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE PURCHASER
    11 - A2 CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE AND TEST CERTIFICATES
    11 - A2.1 Certificates of compliance
    11 - A2.2 Test certificates
    11 - A3 INSPECTION
    12 - APPENDIX B - MEANS FOR DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE WITH THIS STANDARD
    12 - B1 SCOPE
    12 - B2 STATISTICAL SAMPLING
    12 - B3 PRODUCT CERTIFICATION-STANDARDSMARK
    12 - B4 SUPPLIER’S QUALITY SYSTEM
    12 - B5 OTHER MEANS OF ASSESSMENT
    12 - B5.1 General
    12 - B5.2 Sampling and testing
    13 - B5.3 Compliance
    13 - B5.4 Retests
    14 - APPENDIX C - REVERSE-BEND TEST FOR REINFORCING BARS
    14 - C1 SCOPE
    14 - C2 APPARATUS
    14 - C3 PREPARATION OF THE TEST PIECE
    14 - C4 PROCEDURE
    14 - C5 ASSESSMENT OF RESULTS OF THE REVERSE-BEND TEST
    15 - APPENDIX D - METHOD OF MEASUREMENT OF DEFORMATIONS
    15 - D1 TRANSVERSE DEFORMATION SPACING
    15 - D2 HEIGHT OF TRANSVERSE DEFORMATIONS
    15 - D2.1 Average height method
    15 - D2.2 Peak height method
    15 - D3 HEIGHT OF LONGITUDINAL RIB
    15 - D4 ANGLE OF DEFORMATION FLANKS

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    This Standard specifies requirements for plain and deformed hot-rolled bars for use as reinforcement for concrete. It applies to reinforcement supplied in straight lengths or in coil form. The following significant changes to the previous edition have been made: fabrication requirements have been amended to comply with AS 3600 and tolerances on straightness of reinforcing bars have been added.

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    This Standard specifies requirements for plain and deformed hot-rolled steel bars for use as reinforcement for concrete. It applies to reinforcement supplied in straight lengths or in coil form. For coiled material, the requirements apply to the straightened product.NOTES:For 'Purchasing Guidelines', see Appendix A.For 'Means for demonstrating compliance with this Standard', see Appendix B.For welding of bars complying with this Standard, see AS 3600 and AS 1554.3.This Standard is not applicable to prestressing steels.

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    Committee BD-084
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

    History - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Under Revision see DR 98119 (in part) For history before 1977 see Preface.
    Second edition AS 1302-1977.
    Third edition 1982.
    Fourth edition 1991. For history before 1977 see Preface. Second edition AS 1302-1977. Third edition 1982. Fourth edition 1991.

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    AS 3700-2001 Masonry structures
    AS/NZS 4065:2000 Concrete utility services poles
    HB 67-1995 Concrete practice on building sites
    AS/NZS 3845:1999 Road safety barrier systems
    AS 1597.1-1974 Precast reinforced concrete box culverts Small culverts (not exceeding 1200 mm width and 900 mm depth)
    SAA HB 109-1998 Slabs and footings for reinforced masonry houses
    AS/NZS 3679.1:1996 Structural steel - Hot-rolled bars and sections
    AS 4198-1994 Precast concrete access chambers for sewerage applications
    AS 1597.2-1996 Precast reinforced concrete box culverts Large culverts (from 1500 mm span and up to and including 4200 mm span and 4200 mm height)
    AS 3727-1993 Guide to residential pavements
    AS/NZS 4496:1997 Recommended practice for the colour coding of steel products (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS/NZS 3679.2:1996 Structural steel - Welded I sections
    AS 2327.1-1996 Composite structures - Simply supported beams
    AS/NZS 1546.1:1998 On-site domestic wastewater treatment units - Septic tanks
    HB 109-1998 Slabs and footings for reinforced masonry houses
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    AS 3679.2-1991 Structural steel - Welded sections
    AS/NZS 3500.3.2:1998 National plumbing and drainage Stormwater drainage - Acceptable solutions
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