Materials Calculation for 1 Cum Concrete

Hello Friends, In this article today I will show you the method for Materials Calculation for 1 Cum Concrete Materials Calculation for 1 Cum Concrete For calculation, We consider a nominal concrete mix proportion of 1:2:4 (~M20). Considering a concrete mix proportion (by volume) of 1:2:4 Cement: Fine aggregate (Sand) : Coarse Aggregate is in the […]

How to reduce segregation in Concrete?

Hello Friends, In this article today I we will discuss how to reduce segregation in concrete? so after reading this article you will be able to know how to control segregation in concrete, Lets get start. What is Segregation in Concrete? Segregation is the separation of particle which are present in the concrete, Cement , […]

Segregation and Bleeding in Concrete | Causes of Segregation & bleeding |

  In this article I will discuss about Segregation and bleeding of concrete and also causes of bleeding and segregation, Many students they face the problem about segregation and bleeding of concrete, so after reading this article you will be able to know about segregation and bleeding and also its causes in detail. What is […]

Concrete calculation for Staircase ( Volume of Staircase )

  In this video lecture today I will teach you that how to calculate volume of staircase to find the material quantity like cement sand and aggregate for RCC works.   So after reading this article you will be able to find the volume of different shape of staircase. Given data :  Width of staircase […]

Grade of Concrete and their Ratio

  In this Video Lecture today I will teach you about the Grade of concrete and their ratio, which is too much important for civil engineers. What is Grade of Concrete: Grade of Concrete is the base of strength and we have different grade of Concrete which are given below. M10 M15 M20 M25 M30 […]

How we calculate of Sand, cement and aggregate Of M10 , M15 , M20 and M25 etc

  Analysis for M20 Grade of Concrete in detail M20  = 1:1.5:3 (Ratio) We know that  In concrete work we have to convert the wet concrete volume to dry concrete volume which can get with multiplying from 1.54 to 1.57 with the wet volume of concrete Example : Dry volume of concrete = 1.54 to 1.57 […]

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