Reinforced concrete is the name of the building material manufactured by strengthening concrete using steel.
For reinforced concrete, the definition of concrete + reinforcement steel is generally used.
But in fact it should be referred to as Reinforced concrete=concrete + steel + good engineering + good workmanship + good maintenance.
WALL TYPES ACCORDING BY FUNCTION
Load Bearing:It is a type of wall that transmits load to the foundation.
Partition : Are the walls that separate the building sections.
Exterior :Are the walls surrounding the building from the outside.
Interior :Are the walls on the inside of the building.
Fire : Are walls built from the foundation to the roof to protect the building from fire.
Fire Partition :Are walls that end at the floor level, made for Fire Protection.
Foundation : Are the walls that remain in the ground, continuing up to the plinth level.
Retaining : Are walls made to prevent landslides or water erosion.
Border : Are walls built to determine the boundaries of places such as land or garden.
Panel :Are non-load bearing panel walls built between beams or columns on each floor in skeletal structures.
Gable :Are walls made to protect the roof, surround the roof, close the gap between the floor and the slope.
Sunshade Curtain : Are walls made to protect the outer walls of buildings from the sun.
Portable : Are walls that are built horizontally and then installed in place.
Fine Coated : Are walls where the outer face is covered with different material, the coating is connected to the wall, but the coating does not carry loads.
Thick Coated : Are walls where the outer face is covered with different material, the coating is connected to the wall, where the coating carries loads.
Sandwich Panel : Are walls with insulation material in the middle.
Reinforced Concrete Joint : Are walls with iron hardware on their vertical and horizontal joints.
Parapet : Are the roof edge walls.
Jointed :Are walls whose joints are drawn with cement mortar after being laid.
Hollow:Are walls with door and window openings on the surface.
Full :Are walls without door and window openings on the surface.
Cavity: Walls with a space between them for the purpose of insulation.