how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?




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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / vimal champaneriya

1 cubic meter = 35.32 Cubic feet

1 cubic meter = 35.32 Cubic feet = 500 nos. bricks

1 cubic feet = 500/35.32 = 14.15 brick in no.

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / jamil malik awan

100 cft = 1350 bricks
1 cft = 13.5 bricks
with cement morter.
if 1 brick size= 9*4.5*3 inchs

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / rajeev kumar

since 1ft=12inch=12*2.5cm=30cm
now 1cube ft=30*30*30=27000cubcm
since size of one standard brick=19*9*9=1539cubecm
so no.of bricks in 1cube ft=27000/1539=17.54=18bricks but without morter.

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / nouman quqntity sarvair from s

volume of brick= .75'x.25'x.375'
volume=.070cu ft
now in 100 cft = 100/0.070
=> 1428.57 nomber of bricks
now 10% mortar /////
deduction of mortorr= 10x1428.85/100 = 142.85
nomber of bricks
so net number of bricks = 1428.57-142.85= 1285.72
now for contengencies = 5%
so => 5x1285.72/100= 64.28
now total nomber of bricks= 64.28+1285.72=1350.006 NOMBER OF
BRICKS
HENCED PROVED
PROUD GOES TO BE A ((( Q.....S)))

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / waseem ahmed

in Pakistan
13.5 bricks are considered in one cubic feet as standard, because of uneven brick size, normally if the standard size is taken (9"X4.5"X3") it becomes 121.5 cubic feet and if you convert 1 cubic feet it will be 1728" (12"X12"X12"), on dividing 1728/121.5= 14.2 bricks in one cubic feet, and if you exclude 25% mortar from cubic inches(1728) it will be 1296, now if you divide cubic inches with standard brick volume 121.5 you will get 10.6 bricks in a cubic feet, but due to uneven and improper shaping which varies from city to city and more breakage during logistic a 27% wastage is calculated on the number of bricks which is almost 13.54, there fore it is considered in Pakistan 13.5 bricks in a cubic feet.

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / thrivikram

1 cum brick work = 500 nos required which standard one

for 1 cubic feet =500/35.28=14.17 say 14 to 15 bricks

while estimation we have to consider higher side i.e 15

bricks is the right answer

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / khalikzaki

15 Bricks have 1 Cubic feet volume.

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / dinesh

size of brick(South Karnatka local traditional brick)
9”X3”X4”

=1’/9”X3”X4” =16 bricks

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / yaseen jan

volume of brick= .75'x.25'x.375'
volume=.070cu ft
now in 100 cft = 100/0.070
=> 1428.57 nomber of bricks
now 10% mortar /////
deduction of mortorr= 10x1428.85/100 = 142.85
nomber of bricks
so net number of bricks = 1428.57-142.85= 1285.72
now for contengencies = 5%
so => 5x1285.72/100= 64.28
now total nomber of bricks= 64.28+1285.72=1350.006 NOMBER OF
BRICKS
HENCED PROVED.





but The problem is that if we find the quantity of mortar in masonry wall we consider that 30cft mortar use in 100cft masonry wall. and if we find the numbers of bricks we deduct 10% mortar from 100cft. so in this situation we deduct 10% and if we find numbers of bricks its 30%. so some problem created here plz solve the problem.

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how many 1st class bricks in 1cu feet?..

Answer / ibrahim

F.P.S System 9"*4.5"*3" feet pound second 
M.K.S system 10*10cm*10cm meter kilogram second
(F.P.S) 1cft = 13.5 bricks
100cft = 1350 bricks
10= dry mortor  
(M.K.S) 1m3 = 500 bricks 
0.30 dry mortor 

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