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How to Identify Unbonded Post-Tensioned Structures

Publication date:
February 1, 2017
Article Summary: 

The article titled "How to Identify Unbonded Post-Tensioned Structures" focuses on the identification and assessment of unbonded post-tensioned structures in the field of engineering. It explains the concept of unbonded post-tensioning, which involves steel strands or cables that are not bonded to the surrounding concrete. The article discusses the benefits and challenges associated with unbonded post-tensioning systems and emphasizes the importance of identifying and evaluating these structures for maintenance and safety purposes. It provides insights into various inspection methods, such as visual inspection, non-destructive testing, and monitoring techniques. The article also highlights the significance of engaging qualified professionals for accurate assessment and appropriate management of unbonded post-tensioned structures.


Unbonded post-tensioned structures, engineering, steel strands, concrete bonding, maintenance, safety, inspection methods, visual inspection, non-destructive testing, monitoring, qualified professionals, structural assessment.

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How to Identify Unbonded Post-Tensioned Structures
February 1, 2017
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