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by which materials we can prepare circular shuttering with tentative cost of material(rate analysis)799
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A beam having top bars 20dia,bottom bars 16 dia.is the design is ok? In which case this applicable?6 5773
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Describe the sections included in a typical bill of quantities
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step by step procedure to find out the percentage of steel in coloum,beam,slab,footing in detailed
How much cum. Brick work can do by 1 madon
sir tell me the formula for calculating the volume of 380mm dia double under reamed pile of 4.0 mts depth.
In a beam,stirrups are placed closely at ends than at centre due to shear.similarly where would ties be closer to each other-at center or at ends in a column and slab.
How do we get this formula Ast=(0.5Fck/Fy) into(1-(in sqrt(1-((4.6Mu)/Fck.bd^2))into bd Fck=grade of cement i.e M25, M20 Fy=grade of steel i.e.Fe415,Fe250 Mu=moment b=width d=depth