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Post-Tensioned Concrete

1. Mono-Strand System – Strand stressed individually, usually an oval shaped duct with rectangular shaped anchorages. The most common system used for stressing slabs.

2. Multi-Strand System – All strands stressed simultaneously, usually a round duct with square shaped anchorages.

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