Bar Bending Schedule is the term used to describe the calculation of the overall quantity of Steel Bars required for building construction. Concrete structures are reinforced with steel bars so that they can withstand tension.
A tabular breakdown of reinforcing bars called a "bar bending schedule" (BBS) contains information like the type of bar, total length, weight, and a drawing of the desired bending shape. In general, a bar bending schedule is created for each unique RCC operation. With the aid of BBS, it is possible to determine during the construction process the need for bars of various widths and lengths, and the bars can then be arranged and bent in accordance with those specifications.
Bar bending is a tabular form of information that includes various steel dimensions, the geometry of bending, the lengths of each bending and straight section, inclinations of bending, the maximum assessment of each bar, and the amount of each type of bar.