The radius of a bar bend to form a hook, should not be less than

A. Twice the diameter

B. Thrice the diameter

C. Four times the diameter

D. Five times the diameter

Answer: Option A

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  1. Abhishek Raj
    Abhishek Raj :
    4 years ago

    Internal radius of the bend is thrice the diameter and the length of straight bar beyond the end of curve should be least four time the diameter of the bar.
    For mild steel - 2 times
    For HYSD - 4 times

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