I received a phone call today from a restoration contractor asking me to review some cut reinforcing on a bridge expansion joint replacement project. After a review of the pictures, it appears that the rebar in question may be the bursting reinforcing around the anchorage of a multi-strand bonded tendon. (I have yet to receive all of the drawings in the area to verify, but this is what it appears to be).
My question is whether anyone has come across something like this before and conceptually how you would go about repairing. This
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