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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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Building Estimation By Centre Line Method

Center Line Method of Building Estimation

Center Line Method of Building Estimation Building Estimation By Center Line Method How to Calculate Center Line In Plan Center Line Method of Building Estimation Example 1. Building Estimation By Center Line Method. In this method we will calculate the sum total length of center lines of walls, long and short has to be found out. Find …

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Building Cinder Of Block Walls

block-walls

Building Cinder Of Block Walls – Everything You Need to Know When you’re short on budget and need to do some light building work on your own, cinder blocks are a great choice. Made from concrete and coal cinders, they are lightweight and cheap. However, building cinder block walls does …

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The Stirrups Commonly Found In Column Design

column design

The Stirrups Commonly Found In Column Design   The design of stirrups for column is created on the basis of different factors like changeable cross-sections, the number of longitudinal reinforcement bars and the load bearing strength. Stirrups in column construction are generally called as vertical ties or transverse reinforcement. The …

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Why Water-proofing Is Important

Why Waterproofing Is Important

Why Waterproofing Is Important Waterproofing is one of the most critical, yet neglected concerns, because of the less exposure to concrete technology. Most of the time it is considered as an inconvenience rather than a serious matter. But avoiding it will increase the issue and leave your wall damped in …

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