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FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN CHOOSING A GOOD BRONZE METAL ESPECIALLY IN MIXING THAT IN CONCRETE WALL



(-----) 2006

Respected Sir ,

Greetings!

One of our Architect wants me to ask in this column about the information on Bronze .

As for his concern I recommend him to ask some assistance to your good column
( finishing.com )but I asked me to do so .

So sir m my boss here wants to know if the this percentage of alloys present in the bronze metal is a suitable to mix with reinforced concrete wall.

Please note that the said bronze will aplly inside the reinforced concrete.

Here the folowwing % ( Cu = 85% , Sn = 7% , Zn = 3% )

Now He wants to know if this percentage of bronze alloy have effect on the compression and expansion from the concrete itself ? What must be the min . and max temperature ?

Thanking You.

Joseph Padilla caranto
Jewelry Co. - Zhuhai City, China
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2006

This site is focused on industrial metal finishing, Joseph, and I don't know if any of our readers are interested in, or qualified in, reinforced concrete design. It isn't clear to me why you would want to reinforce concrete with bronze instead of steel. But certainly the first question is whether the coefficient of linear expansion of this bronze matches the coefficient of linear expansion of concrete, and copper alloys would seem to expand far too much to be suitable.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
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2006

Hello Sir Teddy ,

GOOD DAY ! Got to hold your message today and immediately
relay the information to our Architect.

Likewise we , He ( architect ) appreciated the immediate response that you had given to us.

Really thanks again , Now we came to research on the said
coefficient of linear thermal expansion of the said bronze vs concrete. and as per your recommendations.

Also our apology for misleading you on our query to you.

Thanks and MORE POWER !

Joseph Padilla Caranto
- Zhuhai City, China
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2006

Sir Teddy ?

Love it!

Bill Reynolds
Bill Reynolds [dec.]
consultant metallurgist - Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
We sadly relate the news that Bill passed away on Jan. 29, 2010.

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2006

My dear ladies and gentlemen Reynolds,
These pages being in English, and English not being the first language of some of the writers, does result in some funny constructions. Another writer already corrected Joseph for addressing me as Sir Ted without the Queen's approval, so perhaps he assumed Sir Teddy was the appropriate fix :-)

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey
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2006

Point taken.

My apology, Joseph, if my flippant remark caused offense - I did not mean to cause any.

Bill Reynolds
Bill Reynolds [dec.]
consultant metallurgist - Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
We sadly relate the news that Bill passed away on Jan. 29, 2010.

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