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Standard Reinforcement and Concrete Works Details

Standard Reinforcement & Concrete Works Details
The design of a concrete combine involves a preparation method during which the combination of parts creates the desired strength and toughness for the concrete structure. as a result of every part within the combine contains completely different properties, it’s not a straightforward task to create a good concrete combine.

 

Concrete combine quantitative relation for (1 ) Concrete:-
Concrete combine quantitative relation for (1 m3) Concrete

Mix C/S/G

Cement (kg) Sand (m3)

Gravel (m3)

1:1:2

570 0.40

0.80

1:2:3 370 0.54

0.81

1:2:4

300 0.45

0.90

1:3:6

200 0.46

0.92

1:4:8

150 0.47

0.94

Slump vary of Specific Applications:-
The concrete slump check measures the consistency of contemporary concrete before it sets. it’s performed to examine the work-ability of freshly created concrete, and thus the convenience with that concrete flows.

Slumps Ranges of Specific Applications

Type of Construction

SLUMP

(mm)

(inches)

Reinforced Foundation Walls & Footing

25 – 75

1 – 3

Plain Footing, Caissons & Substructure Walls

25 – 75

1 – 3

Beams & Reinforced Walls

25 – 100

1 – 4

Building Columns

25 – 100

1 – 4

Pavement & Slabs

25 – 75

1 – 3

Mass Concrete

25 – 50

1 – 2

Typical Reinforcement Weight:
The specific weight conjointly called Unit Weight, it’s physical amount just like density outlined as weight per unit volume or length.

Typical Reinforcement Weights want for standard Works

Type

Kg/m3

Slab & Stairs

70

Beams

110

Columns & Concrete Walls

150

Concrete Foundation

130

Raja Numan

Hi, My name is Engr. Raja Numan author of Engineering Information Hub and I am a Civil Engineer by Profession and I've specialized in the field of Quantity Surveying, Land Surveying as QC Engineer in national and multinational companies of Pakistan & Saudi Arabia.

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