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UGCCSite ref : Job no :Member Bar mark Type and sizetype size

Bar schedule ref : Date prepared : Prepared by :Err:508

Rev Rev letter letter

Checked by :A*mm

No. of mbrs

No. of bars in each

Total no. Length of Shape each bar code mm

B*mm

C*mm

D*mm

E/R *mm

Rev letter

20 21

X 25 100 A 12 3

2 35

200 Err:508 11 105 Err:508 51 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Err:508 99

2000 250 12000

5000 320

This schedule conforms to BS 8666:2005 * Specified in multiples of 5mm.

UNREGISTERED COPY FOR EVALUATION! Specified in multiples of 25mm.

Bar Schedule 8666 v5.04

2000-2007 Chris Buczkowski

XY and partnersSite ref : Job no :Member Bar mark Type and sizetype size

Bar schedule ref : Date prepared : Prepared by :Err:508

Rev Rev letter letter

Checked by :A*mm

No. of mbrs

No. of bars in each

Total no. Length of Shape each bar code mm

B*mm

C*mm

D*mm

E/R *mm

Rev letter

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

This schedule conforms to BS 8666:2005 * Specified in multiples of 5mm.

UNREGISTERED COPY FOR EVALUATION! Specified in multiples of 25mm.

Bar Schedule 8666 v5.04

2000-2007 Chris Buczkowski

The values for minimum radius and end projection, r and P respectively, as specified in Table 2, shall apply to a The dimensions in parentheses are the free dimensions. If a shape given in this table is required but a different the possile deviations, the shape shall be drawn out and given the shape code 99 and the free dimension shall parentheses. The length of straight between two bends shall be at least 4d, see Figure 6. Figure 4, Figure 5 and Figure 6 should be used in the interpretation of ending dimensions.

NOTE 1. The length equations for shape codes 14, 15, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 34, 35, 36 and 46 are approximate a is greater than 45, the length should be calculated more accurately allowing for the difference between the spe and the true length measured along the central axis of the bar. When the bending angles approach 90, it is pre code 99 with a fully dimensioned sketch. NOTE 2. Five ends or more might be impractical within permitted tolerances NOTE 3. For shapes with straight and curved lengths (e.g. shape codes 12 13, 22 and 33) the largest practical production of a continuous curve is 400 mm. See also Clause 10.

NOTE 4. Stock lengths are available in a limited numer of lengths (e.g. 6m, 12m). Dimension A for shape code as indicative and used for the purpose of calculating total length. Actual delivery lengths should be by agreemen

Minimum Dimensions to BS 8666:200(mm) bar size d 6 8 10 12 16 20 25 32 40 50 radius r 12 16 20 24 32 70 87 112 140 175end projection

P bends 110 115 120 125 130 190 240 305 380 475

Minimum Radius For SchedulingNominal size of bar d (mm) 6 to 16 incl. 20 to 50 incl.

Use the Zoom drop down box on the toolbar to enlarge the shape codes.

Shape code 56 calculatorA Input dimensions A, B and C B C 250 300

400

Shape code 67 calculatorInput dimensions A and R

A 3000

R 1500

B 2525

specified in Table 2, shall apply to all shape codes (see 7.6).

this table is required but a different dimension is to allow for de 99 and the free dimension shall be indicated in

g dimensions.

4, 35, 36 and 46 are approximate and where the bend angle g for the difference between the specified overall dimensions nding angles approach 90, it is preferable to specify shape

13, 22 and 33) the largest practical mandrel size for the

12m). Dimension A for shape code 01 should be regarded very lengths should be by agreement with supplier.

ensions to BS 8666:2000(mm)end projection overall dim.

P links 110 115 130 160 210 290 365 465 580 725

x two bends 60 80 100 120 160 260 325 420 520 650

notes x = 4d+2r+2d = 6d+2r

us For Schedulingr (mm) 2d 3d

Tolerance on cutting and bending reinforcementType of bar Straight bars bar length Tolerance (mm) +25 +5 +5 +5 -25 -5 -10 -25

any length 0 to 1m incl. Links and other bent above 1m to 2m incl. bars over 2m

rop down box enlarge the

56 calculatorD 270

ions A, B and C

67 calculator

sions A and R

C 690

notes B=2R*sin((90/3.142)*A/R) C=R(1-cos((90/3.142)*A/R))

= 6d+2r

PROJECT DATABASESite Ref Job No Prepared by

Example Job 1 Example Job 2 Example Job 3 UGCC

990001 990002 990003

ABC DEF GHJ

Notes Enter the details you want to store in the appropriate list. To clear an entry, right click on the cell and then click Clear Contents. To save the database to the master copy, click on the SAVE DATABASE bar below this note.

HELP PAGE

GETTING STARTED To use Bar Schedule, open up Excel and click on the File menu and then on New. Bar Schedule will be displa with the name Barsched 8666.xlt. Click on Barsched 8666.xlt and then on OK. To save your work click on Save. To open a previously stored data file, click on Open. Refer to OUTPUT below fo files.

Exiting Bar Schedule When exiting Bar Schedule two messages will appear. The first will offer the option of saving your work in a ba message will offer the option of saving a copy of the complete Bar Schedule spreadsheet. If you have already sa require a copy of the Bar Schedule spreadsheet click NO on the second message.

KEY INFORMATION Microsoft Excel This spreadsheet has been developed for use in Microsoft Excel 2003 (v11.0) on the Microsoft Windows XP (v5.1)

British Standard Specification (BSI) This spreadsheet has been developed to comply with BS 8666:2005. Support Support for registered users of this spreadsheet may be obtained by email from: info@structural-engineering.org.u Additional Information Refer to the accompanying README.TXT file for additional information.

ASSUMPTIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION 1) Shape codes 47/51/63 (links) - The total length of the bar is calculated using the formulae to minimize C and D. 2a) Shape code 56 is assumed to be a link with E and F having minimum straight lengths of 10d. 2b) Shape code 56, it is assumed dimension F = E. 3) Shape code 64 - is assumed to be a link with F being equal to minimum end projection with a 10d straight. 4) Shape code 41 - if this shape is used as a link then dimension E should have a minimum 10d straight. 5) Shape code 21 - if this shape is used as a closer for shape code 47 (i.e. used as a link) then the minimum end p entered manually. Do not used the autofill function (see below). 6) Shape code 33 - C assumed to be not less than P with a minimum 10d straight.

USING BAR SCHEDULE Multiple Schedules When you have completed a schedule, scroll the sheet to the bottom and click on the New Sheet button to start a Clearing Cell Contents To clear the contents of a cell, right click your mouse on the cell and then click Clear Contents.

Scheduling The type and grade of reinforcement supported are H, A, B, C, S and X as indicated in clause 4, BS 8666:2005. Where a bar mark is revised, a reference letter may be entered into the column labelled 'Rev letter'. Where applicable, the free variable dimension for a bar is shown in white. Bar diameters 6mm and 50mm are non-preferred and will be displayed in red. The total length of a bar will be displayed in red if it exceeds 12m. The entire cell will colour red if the total bar leng Bar dimension messages Less than 'P' in table 2 Less than 2r+6d

Dimension cannot be less than the minimum end projection 'P' from table 2. Dimension must include a minimum straight of 4d between bends.

E less than P ! Less than 2d ! Less than min radius ! Multiples of 5mm ! Less than 2r+2d ! Exceeds 45 deg ! Sketch Required

Shape code 56 - dimension E is less than the minimum end projection, P.

The overall off-set dimension of a crank not to be less than twice the size of the ba 'R' cannot be less than the minimum radius value given in table 2, BS 8666:2005. Dimensions to be specified in multiples of 5mm. Overall dimension of a semi-circular bend cannot be less than twice the 'minimum bar size'. The length formula is approximate and when bending angles exceed 45 the length be calculated more accurately allowing for the difference between the specified ove dimensions and the true length measured along the central axis of the bar. Shape code 99 - a dimensioned sketch of the bar should be drawn by hand over th dimension columns 'A' to 'E'. *see below

B less than min! Less than 12d + 30mm ! C more than dimension A D more than dimension B F more than dimension E A or B less than .mm A or C less than .mm D less than .....mm C less than .....mm A must be more than C!

The angled length of a crank not to be less than: 10d for bars in sizes not exceedin diameter and 13d for bars in sizes 20mm or over. Note: The above simplifies to. Angled length not to be less than (2r + 6d) Shape code 33 - dimension A not to be less than 12d+30mm. Shape codes 47/51/63 - dimension C (or D) not to be more than dimension A. Shape code 51 - dimension D not to be more than dimension B. Shape code 64 - dimension F not to be more than dimension E. Shape code 12 - dimensions A or B not to be less than (R + 6d) Shape code 13 - dimensions A or C not to be less than (B + 5d) Shape code 22 - dimension D not to be less than (C + 5d) Shape code 33 - dimension C not to be less than (B + 5d) Shape code 56 - dimension A should be greater than dimension C.

Shape Code 99 There are a number of ways to deal with shape code 99. In each method, complete your bar mark row and enter dimension 'A' column. Method 1