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IF X = Cement ,Fine Aggregate & Coarse Aggregate are in taken in weights for batching. Y= Cement , Fine Aggregate & Coarse Aggregate are taken in volume for batching. Then what will be the relation between X and Y?

If the proportions of concrete is a:b:c i.e if "a" parts of cement,"b" parts of fine aggregate & "c" parts of coarse aggregate are mixed by volume. Then the resulting volume will have a volume of ------? How?

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Hollow block masonry in cement mortar 1:4, 40×20×20cms in superstructure take 10sqm.I want calculation of brick sand

plz drive the formula d2/162.162 for the calculation of weight of steel bars????

Please let me know about answer for my Question as "What is the maximum wastage allowable of HYSD Steel in any Bridge project as per Code and Code reference also ?

what is the max. and mim. height of vertical post in informatry sign board which is used in highway projects.

can i make bricks using M10 grade concrete ? and what would be the cost of a brick if we use m10 grade concrete sand and aggregates ??

What is the general specifications of a bituminous pavement road?

qty. of cement & sand required (100sq.mtr) for fixing of floor and wall tiles also fixing of marble stone on the floor

Types of column foundation and how to calculate its steel quantity.

how the calculation occurs if i want to mix 1cum of M50 concrete. please calculate every ingredients with detail calculation.

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

How much of fly ash is allowable in Portland cement and what is the disadvantage when the level of fly ash is increased?

why does the most of civil engg is not intersted to going for teaching field?

Hi I had missed my mark list (first year-apr2003)how i search in my old mark details in internet and which web site? pl inform me in full details..

In foundation design, while we do the base pressure check, we normally check if the attained pressure value is less than the GROSS BEARING CAPACITY of the soil which is the sum of net bearing capacity of soil and the overburden pressure. Actually, the overburden pressure acts against the net bearing capacity of the soil and I feel that we are actually increasing the bearing capacity value and doing the check. I feel that this is NOT right. Please clarify on this.

what is flexible and rigid footing?