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RE: waterstop

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The picture seems incomplete.  If you are using #11 and #14 bars, you must
have a thick wall, otherwise it's horribly over-reinforced.  Isn't the
waterstop in the end of the wall?  If so, I can't picture why it should
interfere with the horizontal wall bars.  

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	9ZC"9| [SMTP:cbpark(--nospam--at)ns.kopec.co.kr]
	Sent:	Monday, September 28, 1998 9:44 PM
	To:	seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
	Subject:	waterstop

	There is a 2" seismic gap between two concrete structures.
	 
	And 9" rubber waterstop(3-1/2" embeded in each concrete face)
	 is provided vertically at this seismic gap.
	 
	But the concrete cover is 2".  So interference is occured at
horizontal reinforcement(#11@12) not vertical reinforcement(#14@9").
	 
	Can I bent waterstop to avoid interference with horizontal rebars if
we do not move or relocate the reinforcement in both direction ????????
	 
	What's method is possible ???
	 
	I hope your advice...