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- From: nma <nma(--nospam--at)nma-se.com>
- Date: Thu, 08 Sep 2011 14:25:51 -0700
>From Singleton - Copyright 1933, 1937,1947 - textbook at Cal Poly -
Page 5: Welded Wire Mesh possibly interpreted as longitudinal steel: 9 gage at 4" spacing, transverse steel 12 gage at 12" spacing. Area/foot - long: .052 in2, transverse steel: .009 in2. Obviously this would be for a one-way type of slab. I can't find anything on what the "BF" is. It might be B(?)Fabric!
My CRSI handbook is 1952 (first one) and they have a 4 x 12 - 9/12 listed for One-Way Types.
Neil Moore, PE, SE
On 9/8/2011 11:15 AM, David Topete wrote:
That's a tough one to figure out. Any good leads yet? I'll check our office library, but it sounds like a proprietary call-out. My guess is the 9 means a No. 9 wire. Maybe spaced at 12"o.c. Good luck with this one.
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