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How to increse bearing capacity in soils (Stabilisation of soils)  10  4234
what is the effect of earthquake on rcc columns & foundations? RRB   1  1580
whatare the load combinations which are used for the foundation design in a tall structure ( 10 storied building)?  5  3136
How we decide the the load combinations for design of RCC structures?  7  5660
What is meant by End contractions  1  2680
What are new technologies in civil engr. that can reduce construction cost? HCC  0  2469
As an engineer, what u should do when the construction of a building doesn't meet the required specifications?  9  2462
Grades of concrete Mittal-Steel   27  69590
How to findout safe bearing capacity after stabilization of soil by method of the confinde method.  3  4220
Sir please send me the BHEL civil enginering trainee model Question papers. Bhel   5  2662
which grade of concrete is the strongest? M20,M25,M30,M35 or M40?  41  56321
what is the effect of duration of earth quake on framed structures ?  0  285
how will calculate the lift load in high rise buildings  0  1048
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How to Know that veriation acceptable in CPWD Work Of 1:6 Cement Mortor Received Lab test report. 177  
what is work of planning deptt. in any construction compny (in road project) 143 bscpl
percentage of metal,clay or soil & water in water bond macadam roads to know the quantities for each in total volume of 11500 cubic meters 90  
1) one brass of stone aggregate 20mm is good for how much sq.ft. work of concrete beam and 2) one brass of river sand is good for how much sq.ft. work of concrete beam . if ration is 1:4:6. at the same time how many bags of cement will be required for same work if each bag is of 50 kgs . please help me. 208  
for solid cement brick without fly ash,we use dust,6mm,12 mm jelly,water my question is what Proportion we mix dust,6mm,12 mm jelly,water ? for good strength brick. 160 Ramky
beam length 73 feet 4 inch,width 01 feet,height 50 inch so every beam load how much? and what quantity of M.S ROD? both side ony two column in middle no column.pls inform me that this is stable or not ? and how much risk of this beam? 137  
how many type of admixtures for water stored structure? 133 ivrcl
What is portland cement 1160 CCCL
what is slope provided to floor? 1076 Tulip
Please provide detail I.S standard code for using crush sand instead of river sand for plaster and concrete grade M15, M20, M25 and M30 and its mix design 261 Sobha-Developers
What is the density of Fiber reinforced concrete and give me the which fibers we can use in Concrete? 128  
A 16 pile group, consisting of diameter concrete piles, were cast in situ in a clayey soil whose unconfined compressive strength is 1100 psf. Each pile is 60 ft long and the pile spacing is 2.5 times the pile diameter.The water table is at the ground surface and saturated unit weight of the clay is 118 lb/cu.ft. using a factor of safety 3 and a reduction factor =0.45, compute the allowable capacity of the piles acting as individuals 59  
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