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[email protected]Unit weightof steelis 7850kg/M3, If you are talking on Weightof steel, per Cum ofconcretemeans, it depends on different type of structural elements. For example For a Footing minimumsteelrequirement as per thumb rule is 0.6kg/Sqm Similarly,...
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R.c.c Road = 0.6 % %steel Requiredin volume ofconcrete(1) Here take Column1m3concretevolume calculation is (2.5 x1/100) x 7850 =196.25kg steel Required(2) Here take Column 6.90 m3concretevolume calculation is ( 2.5 x 6.90 /100) x 7850 =1354.12kg steel Required
Online ChatThus, for the proportion of mix considered, withonebag of cement of 50kg, 0.1345m3 ofconcretecan be produced.. We have considered an entrained air of 2%. Thus the actual volume ofconcretefor1 cubic meterof compactedconcreteconstruction will be =1-0.02 = 0.98m3.. Thus, the quantity of cementrequiredfor1 cubic meterofconcrete= 0.98/0.1345 = 7.29 bags of cement.
Online ChatWeight CalculatorKG/CubicMetres forConcrete. Calculate the weight ofconcretein kilos percubicmetres. For this calculator we used 2362.7kgpercubic metreweight ofconcrete.
Online Chatwell , reinforcementsteel requiredfor slab is nearly 0.7 to 0.8% of the volume ofconcreteso ifconcreteis1cum thensteelwill be1*0.7/100 =0.007 but densityof steelis 7850kg/ cum so 0 ...
Online Chat4) %of steelvolume in Slabconcrete= 0.7 to1.25 % in single mesh. 5) %of steelvolume in Slabconcrete=1.4 to 2.5% in double mesh. Lets consider you have column and 3%of steelin columnconcrete. Desnityof steelrebar= 7850Kg/m3. Volume ofconcreteof column = 1m3. Volumeof steelrebar inconcrete= 3%=3/100*1=.03 m3. Weight of ...
Online ChatSteelQuantity is equal to (0.8/100) x1is equal to 0.008m3SteelWeight is equal to 0.008 x 7850 is equal to 62.80kg/m3. Utmost/Maximumsteelpercentage is equal to 6.0%.SteelQuantity is equal to (6.0/100) x1is equal to 0.06m3SteelWeight is equal to 0.06 x 7850 is equal to 471kg/m3. Foundation Least/Minimumsteelpercentage is ...
Online ChatWe assume you are converting betweencubic metreandkilogram[water]. You can view more details on each measurement unit:cubic meterorkilo gramThe SI derived unit for volume is thecubic meter.1 cubic meteris equal to 1000kilo gram. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Online ChatFeb 05, 2013· how muchsteel requiredinkgfor1 cubic meterm20concrete…. Posted at: August 16, 2012. How muchsteel required in one cubic meter…How muchsteel required in one cubic meter concrete= 100kg… »More detailed
Online ChatFor example, to calculate the volume incubic metersfor a wall with a height of 2m, width of 20cm and length of 4m, you need to multiply 2 x 0.2 x 4, which equals1.6m3 (cubic meters). It is no different for aconcretefooting, where we again have the familiar formula h x w x l.Concretecolumn
Online ChatThekilogramsamount 2,406.53kg- kilo converts into1m3,one cubic meter. It is the EQUALconcretevolume value of1 cubic meterbut in thekilogramsmass unit alternative. How to convert 2cubic meters(m3) ofconcreteintokilograms(kg- kilo)? Is there a calculation formula? First divide the …
Online ChatJan 02, 2018· You may require the following quantiesof steelreinforcements peronecum of cementconcretewhich is expressed inkg:-1.Column footings 75kguse 10 or 12 mm dia rods 2.Grade beams 100kg use 12,16 mm dia rods -85%; 8 and 6mmdia rods -15% 3.Plin...
Online ChatEg:- Load (tensile force) on beam is slightly greater than load on slab so,steelquantity in beam is slightly more than slab. Likewise in every structural elements. Therefore, Slab /lintel——0.7 to1.0% (55 to 78.5kg)/m^3. Columns_____0.8 to 6.0% (62.80 to 471kg)/m^3. Beam _____1.0 to 2.0% (78.5 to 157kg)/m^3
Online Chatwell , reinforcementsteel requiredfor slab is nearly 0.7 to 0.8% of the volume ofconcreteso ifconcreteis1cum thensteelwill be1*0.7/100 =0.007 but densityof steelis 7850kg/ cum so 0 ...
Online Chat16 x 20 = 320kgcement for1cubmeterofconcreteby 640kgof sand, and 1200kgaggregate Now for every 5 mpa increase in strength we drop the F factor byoneSo for 25 mpa the formula becomes: F-15: so 15 x 25 = 375kgcement/ cub.meterFor 30 mpa we use F-14. 14 x 30 = 420kgcement/cub.meterEtc. All by WC ratio of 0.5-0.6
Online ChatConcretecan be purchased in multiple forms, including in 60 or 80-pound bags, or delivered in large amounts by specializedconcretemixer trucks. Proper mixing is essential for the production of strong, uniformconcrete. It involves mixing water, aggregate, cement, and any desired additives. Production ofconcreteis time-sensitive, and the ...
Online ChatHow much quantityof steelisrequiredfor 1m3concrete. Now taking various Thumb Rule forSteelquantity calculation for1 cubic metre concrete. Thumb Rule forSteelinKg/m3.1) thumb rule forsteelin rcc slab is 80kg/cubic meterof wet volume ofconcrete. 2) thumb rule forsteelin beam is 120kg/cubic meterof wet volume ofconcrete
Online Chat4) %of steelvolume in Slabconcrete= 0.7 to1.25 % in single mesh. 5) %of steelvolume in Slabconcrete=1.4 to 2.5% in double mesh. Lets consider you have column and 3%of steelin columnconcrete. Desnityof steelrebar= 7850Kg/m3. Volume ofconcreteof column = 1m3. Volumeof steelrebar inconcrete= 3%=3/100*1=.03 m3. Weight of ...
Online ChatFrom above, if theconcretemix is1:2:4 , to get acubic meterofconcretewe require.1.Cement = 6 bags = 300 kgs. 2.Fine Aggregate = 115/0.167 = 689kg. 3.Coarse Aggregate = 209/0.167 = 1252kg. 4.Water = 300/0.55 = 165kg. Like wise otherconcretemix with varying proportions and materials with different physical properties ,the individual ...
Online ChatAug 03, 2018· Consider volume ofconcrete= 1m3. Dry Volume ofConcrete=1x1.54 =1.54 m3 (For Dry Volume Multiply By1.54) Now we start calculation for find Cement, Sand and Aggregate qualityin 1 cubic meter concrete. CALCULATION FOR CEMENT QUANTITY; Cement= (1/5.5) x1.54 = 0.28m3 ∴1is a part of cement, 5.5 is sum of ratio
Online Chat* and lastly, ifrequired, the amount of additives (a fewKilogramsfor 1m3 ofconcrete).One cubic metreofconcreteweighs 2.5 Tonnes. Typically, 1m3 ofconcreteis made up of 350Kg of cement, 700Kg of sand,1,200Kg of chippings and 150 Litres of water. The mix design process can either be conducted on the basis of charts or experimentally ...
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