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Overlapping of Steel Bar in The Different Concrete Mix

Overlapping of Steel in The Different Grade of Concrete

Overlapping of Steel in The Different Grade of Concrete The acceptable overlapping of the steel in the different concrete mix is very important because in the construction of ( R.C.C ) overlapping of the steel bars is very necessary. Before going to determine the overlapping of steel let’s clear the …

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Calculation Of Staircase Concrete And Bar Bending Schedule (BBS) | Staircase Reinforcement Details

Staircase Concrete and Bar Bending Schedule (BBS)

Calculation Of Staircase Concrete And Bar Bending Schedule (BBS) | Staircase Reinforcement Details Calculation of Staircase Three Different Parts as Below 1. Concrete Calculation for Staircase 2. Bar Bending Schedule for Staircase First, start the calculation of staircase sum basic knowledge of staircase Most Important Point In This Article   Parts of Stairs Parts …

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Load Calculation On Column, Beam, Wall And Slab

Load Calculation on Column, Beam, Wall & Slab

Load Calculation On Column, Beam, Wall And Slab What Is Column ?  A compression member, i.e., column, is an important element of every reinforced concrete structure. These are used to transfer a load of superstructure to the foundation safely. Mainly columns, struts, and pedestals are used as compression members in buildings, bridges, supporting systems …

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Bar Bending Schedule Of Plinth Beam

Bar bending schedule of a plinth beam. BBS of a plinth beam.

Bar Bending Schedule Of Plinth Beam Let us prepare a Bar Bending Schedule for the simple plinth beam as shown below.     Given data : Clear span of the beam = 2500 mm.,  beam size 300mm × 380 mm. Top & bottom rebar dia. = 12 mm.,  number of bars = …

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Design Of Strap Footing With Full Detail

Design of Strap Footing with detail

Design Of Strap Footing With Full Detail Design of Strap footing Introduction When  two  columns are reasonably close, a combined footing is designed for both columns as shown in below. When two columns are far apart, a strap is designed to transfer eccentric moment between two columns as shown in …

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