How To Prepare M20 Grade of Concrete At Construction Site

M20 Grade of Concrete: In this article, you will know the Two methods for making M20 Grade of Concrete at the Construction Site. In the first method, we use the Measuring Box, and in the second method, we use Mortar Pan. Generally, these two methods are adopted nowadays. The standard Dimension of Measuring Box = 1 feet x 1 Feet x 1 Feet 3 inch (1′ x 1′ x 1.25′) Volume of Measuring Box = 1.25 CFT = 0.03539 cum. Now let’s find the Volume of 1 Bag of Cement. Density of Cement = 1440 Kg/m3 Weight of 1 Bag…

Storage of Construction Material- Steel Bars, Cement, Bricks & Aggregate At Construction Site

Storage of Construction Materials (Steel Bar) at Construction Site. As we know that steel bars cover 25 -30% of the overall cost of the building so it is very crucial that steel bars must be handled and stored with precaution on the site. There are different processes or operations where laborers need to take care of steel bar such as unloading, Stacking, Cutting, Bending, Fabrication, etc. Reinforcement has the capability to resist lateral forces and provide strength and ductility to the buildings, so it is very necessary that all these loading and unloading operations should be done properly on site.…

What is Galvanized Wire and Its Applications

Galvanized Wire and Its Applications Galvanized is a type of wire which is manufactured under the chemical process of galvanization. Galvanization is the chemical process in which zinc coating is done to steel or iron in order to prevent rusting. It is the most commonly used method of protecting rust from iron. It is manufactured with low carbon steel, having high tensile strength. Its thickness is measured in a Gauge. Zinc coating protects the surface from corrosion and weathering. The main disadvantage of galvanization is pointed below: Basically, it only protects the surface from corrosion for a short period of…

Top Important Formulas Used by Civil Engineer While Working at Construction Site -Part 1

In this article, you will learn the Top Important Formulas used by Civil Engineer While working at Construction Site. Important Formulas aids you to calculate the quantity of material, shuttering work, Skirting work, Plastering Work, Painting Work, Cornice work, etc. Important Formulas Rectangle Length of Rectangle = L. Breadth of Rectangle = B. Height of Rectangle = H. Formula Perimeter or Peripheral length (P) = L+ B +L + B =2 x (L + B). Area of Rectangle Cross-section = L x B. Area of Rectangle (A) = Peripheral Length x Height of Rectangle. Volume of Rectangle (V) = Area…

How to calculate the Number of Transit Mixer Required To Cast 1000 Sq. Feet Slab Area having 4″, 5″& 6″ Thickness?

If you are working as a Civil Site Engineer and you don’t know how many Numbers of Transit Mixer is required to cast the entire concrete slab then this article might help you. In this article, we will learn to calculate the Number of Transit Mixer Required to Cast concrete Slab. Read also:-How to Many Areas of 4″, 5″, & 6″ Thick Slab can be cast With One Transit Mixer Consider; Concrete carrying capacity of 1 Transit Mixer (TM) = 6 cum Area of Slab = 1000 Sq.Ft. Thickness of Slab (T) = 4″ = 0.34 Feet, Let’s calculate Concrete…

AAC Blocks, Cement, Sand Required For Block Work

In this article, we will learn to calculate the number of AAC Blocks, Cement, sand required for an Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC ) Block Wall having 7 m Long, 3.2 m Height, and 0.15 Width. The block wall has a mortar joint of the cement-sand ratio of 1:4. The AAC block of Size 625 mm x 240 mm x 150 mm. How to Calculate the Number of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) Blocks, Cement sand Required for Block work? Let’s First Calculate for 1 cum Blockwork. Volume of Block work = 1 cum. Size of Bricks = 625 mm x 240…

How to Many Areas of 4″, 5″, & 6″ Thick Slab can be cast With One Transit Mixer

Transit Mixer is a construction equipment that is used to transport the concrete or Mortar from the Batching plant to a construction site. It is mounted on a truck. The Concrete drum is fitted with a spiral blade and slowly rotates around its own axis so that concrete does not becomes solid. The concrete drum has a clockwise movement during the charging of concrete and anticlockwise movement during the discharging of concrete from the Drum.   The concrete carrying capacity of Transit Mixer available in the Market is ranging from 2 cum, 6 cum, 7.5 cum up to 10 cum.…

Bricks Cement Sand Calculation for Brickwork – Civilsuccessonline

In this article, we will learn to calculate the number of Bricks, Cement, sand required for a Brick Wall having 7 m Long, 3.2 m Height, and 0.23 Width. The brick wall consists of has a mortar joint with a cement-sand ratio of 1:6. The Bricks of Size 230 mm x 114 mm x 76 mm. Let’s First Calculate for 1 cum Brickwork. Volume of Brickwork = 1 cum. Size of Bricks = 230 mm x 114 mm x 76 mm Bricks Cement Sand Calculation Volume of One Brick without mortar = 0.23 m x 0.114 m x 0.076 m…

M15 Grade of Concrete Prepared At Construction Site

In this article, we will learn the different methods for Grade of Concrete M15 Prepared at the construction site. The concrete which is prepared at the site is known as Cast in situ concrete. As per IS 456-200, Nominal Mix such as M5, M7.5, M10, M15, M20. and above M20 Grade of concrete is known as Design Mix. There are two different methods to measure the Concrete ingredients i.e. volumetric batching and weigh Batching. In this article, we will learn to prepare the Grade of concrete using volumetric batching. (Measuring Box i.e. Farma in Hindi). The standard Dimension of Measuring…

How to Measure the Land/Plot in Square Feet, Square meter, Acre, Kathaa, Dhur, Ropani, Aana, Kanma

It is necessary to measure land area while selling or purchasing land. It is also mandatory to measure the land for the Planning or Construction of infrastructure projects. Generally, Square Feet or Square Meter is word wide unit of Land measurement. In most of the Government measurements, Land is measured in Square meters. The measurement unit of land is different according to the place. In Nepal (eg. Terai), India (Bihar, Jharkhand, etc), Land Is measured in Katha Dhur Bigha Acre and Bigha respectively. In Hilly regions, the unit of measurements are Daam, Paisa, Aana, and Ropani. In this article, I…