How to calculate the number of bricks in 1 CFT wall.
Hi, Civil Engineers, You might have knowledge about the quantity of bricks in one cubic meter wall. You may have a question what is the number of brick in 1 cft wall so this article is important for you.
In this article, I have explained how to calculate the quantity of bricks in 1 CFT wall.
Here I have taken the field size bricks
Quantity of Bricks in 1 CFT Wall
Length of Bricks in cft (L) = 9” = 0.75 ft
Width of Bricks in cft (W) = 5” = 0.41 ft
Thickness of Bricks in cft (T) =3” = 0.25 ft
Volume of Bricks in cft = L x W x T
= 0.75 x 0.41 x 0.25
= 0.076 ft^{3}

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Numbers of bricks in 1 cft = 1/(0.076) =13.15 bricks
Mortar covered 10 % space so
=13.15 x (10/100)
=1.315
Quantity of bricks = 13.15 – 1.315 =11.835 bricks
Adding the 5 % wastage of Bricks in Quantity of bricks = 11.835 x(5/100) = 0.591
Hence, the total numbers of bricks in 1 cft =11.835 + 0.591 = 12.426
We can say 12.5 numbers of bricks required in 1 cft.
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Quantity Bricks Required for 10 ft x 5ft Room Area
Let us use the above derivation by taking the room plan
Area of the room = 10 ft x 5 ft
For Wall ( 1)
Length of one side wall = 10 ft
Width of bricks = 0.25 ft
Height of the wall = 10 ft
Volume of wall in cft = 10 x 0.25 x 10 =25 ft^{3}
For both side= 2 x 25 = 50 ft^{3} (for wall 1)
For Wall (2)
Length of another wall = 5 ft
Width of bricks = 0.25 ft
Height of the wall = 10 ft
Volume of wall in cft = 5 x 0.25 x 10 = 12.5 ft^{3}
For both sides = 2 x 12.5 = 25 ft^{3 } ( for wall 2)
So total Volume of wall = Wall 1 + Wall 2
= 50 ft^{3} + 25 ft^{3 } = 75 ft^{3}
As per Above Derivation 1 cft = 12 .5 bricks
For 75 cft = 12.5 x 75 = 937.5 bricks required for making 10 ft x 5 ft room.
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