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(a) Rammed Earth filing as per requirement. (b) 150 mm thick sand filling (c) WBM with 150 mm thick stone aggregate of grade II in two layers and 75mm thick layer of stone aggregate of grade III(d) 50mm thick C.C flooring 1:2:4 (1 cement: 2 coarse sand: 4 coarse aggregate 20 mm nominal size)with a floating coat of neat cement.

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· 1:1:2 ( 1 cement: 1 coarse Sand: 2 graded stone aggregate of 20 mm nominal size) Materials : Stone aggregates 20mm. Stone aggregates 12mm. Generally one part of 12 mm graded aggregate is mixed to 3 parts of 20 mm graded aggregate. However, it should be as per the direction of Engg- in- charge. Cement. Coarse Sand. Carriage: Coarse sand. Stone ...

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Ans. :- 222 kgs sand & 318 kgs aggregate are required per 50 kg of cement bag for m10 grade of concrete. 5) weight of sand & aggregate required for 50 kg cement bag for M7.5 grade of concrete. As we find 3.42 bags of cement,768 kgs sand & 1469 kgs aggregate for 1 cubic metre of m7.5 grade of concrete. Hance 3.42 bags cement = 768 kgs sand

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· Sand= (1.5/5.5) x 1.54 = 0.42 m 3 ∴ 1.5 is a part of Sand, 5.5 is sum of ratio . Density of Sand is 1450/m 3. For KG = 0.42 x 1450 = 609 kg As we know that 1m 3 = 35.31 CFT. For Calculation in Cubic Feet = 0.42 x 35.31 = 14.83 Cubic Feet . CALCULATION FOR AGGREGATE QUANTITY; Consider volume of concrete = 1m 3

• How to Calculate Cement, Sand and Coarse Aggregate ...

· For Cement, Sand and Coarse Aggregate. This is a Volumetric Calculation. Assuming we need 2 m 3 of concrete for M20 Concrete Mix, (Mix Ratio, M20 = 1 : 1.5 : 3) Total Part of the Concrete = 1+1.5+3 = 5.5 Parts. Therefore, Cement Quantity = (Cement Part / Concrete Parts ) * Concrete Volume

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· Near about 35% volume of the concrete is comprised of sand. For concrete to be of good quality it should be produced by careful mixing of cement, fine and coarse aggregates, water, and admixtures as needed in order to obtain optimum quality and economy.. Natural sand i.e. locally available River sand having a bulk density of 1.71 kg/m3 was used for the construction (specific gravity is 2.65).

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• Providing G.S.B. with Coarse graded Gr-ii stone screaning materials & coarse sand (for bellow 2.36mm size) as per approved Drawing & Technical Specifications and as per Clause - 401 of MoSRT&H Specifications for Road & Bridge works (Latest Revision).

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22.70 cum: 673.99: Per Cum: 15,300: DSR-2016 code: - 16.11 (Pg. =266) 4: Providing and laying in position cement concrete of specified grade excluding the cost of centering and shuttering - All work up to plinth level : 1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate 20 mm nominal size) 12.12 cum: 7394.93: Per Cum: 89,627: DSR-2016 ...

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· Cost Estimate for PCC 1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregate) Cost Estimate for M15 grade concrete with minimum cementitious content of 325 kg/cum. Cost Estimate for RCC Footing (Concrete with Green seal 100 or equivalent admixture as per manufacturers specification)

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· This video shows the quantity estimation of cement, sand and coarse aggregate in rcc column. In this video one example been solved to find the quantity of ce...

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(a) Rammed Earth filing as per requirement. (b) 150 mm thick sand filling (c) WBM with 150 mm thick stone aggregate of grade II in two layers and 75mm thick layer of stone aggregate of grade III (d) 50mm thick C.C flooring 1:2:4 (1 cement: 2 coarse sand: 4 coarse aggregate 20 mm nominal size) with a floating coat of neat cement.

• Calculate Cement Sand & Aggregate

Weight of Sand and Aggregate required per 50kg cement bag for M20 Grade Concrete. Let''s find out the quantity needed to prepare M20 grade by the codal procedure. Sand is confirmed to Zone II – average grading. The ratio of fine to coarse aggregate is chosen as usual as 1:2.

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233 cuft ( 3 tractor trolly) sand consumption in pcc 1:2:4 for 100m2 and 150 mm thick slab. aggregate quantity calculation in pcc 1:2:4. Part of aggregate in mix = 4/7. 1m3 = 35.32 cuft. Dry volume =23.1 m3. Volume of aggregate = (4/7)×23.1 × 35.32 cuft. Volume of sand …

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The cement mixed with fine aggregate to have mortar for plaster and masonry, and with sand and coarse aggregate to give concrete. As I said, earlier density is the material''s mass per unit volume. Since we measure mass in kg or lb and volume in litre or cubic meter or cubic feet, hence density is stated in Kg/m 3 or lb/ft 3 .

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Concrete is the mixture of cement, sand, aggregates and water. Cement concrete is the major building material in the construction industry can be easily moulded into durable structural members. Today in this article we will learn how to calculate the quantity of cement, sand, aggregate and water for 1 cum …

• How to calculate the quantity of cement in PCC

Suppose the ratio of the PCC is 1:5:10, then for making 10 cu.m of such PCC you require, hard broken stone 9 cu.m; 4.5 cu m sand; 4.5/5= 0.9 cu m of cement one cu.m of cement= 1440 kg you may calculate weight of cement based on this. Is it OK ?

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13 Coarse aggregate 10-4.75 mm cum 669.00 14 Coarse aggregate 20-10 mm cum 520.00 15 Coarse aggregate 40-20 mm cum 381.00 16 Coarse aggregate 80-40 mm cum 267.00 17 Coir brush Each 20.00 18 Copper sheet 16 SWG kg 425.00 19 Coursed rubble stone 300 x 300 x 450 mm Each 15.00

• Quantity of Cement, Sand, Aggregate, and water in 1 cum ...

· Aggregate . Volume of aggregate in m 3 = 3.465 x (4/7) =1.98 m 3. Water Quantity of water in m 3 = w/c x volume of cement in m 3 = 0.45 x 0.495 = 0.22275 m 3. Quantity of water in liter = 0.22275 x 1000 =222.75 liters (1 m 3 = 1000 liters) Therefore for 2.25 m 3 of the slab, 14.25 bags, 0.99 m3 sand, 1.98 m3 coarse aggregates, and 222.75 liters ...

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excluding dewatering charges etc as per SS - 20 B (APSS 308). For Basement 48.00 0.45 0.70 1.20 0.45 0.70 2 Plain Cement concrete nominal mix (1:4:8) prop (Cement : fine aggregate: coarse aggregate ) using 40mm size Hard Granite Machine Crushed Metal including cost and conveyance of all materials like cement, sand, coarse aggregate water etc., to

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5 Cement per kg Rs: 3.80 6 Coarse aggregate 10-4.75 mm per cum ( at quarry ) Rs: 554.00 7 Coarse aggregate 20-10 mm per cum ( at quarry ) Rs: 431.00 8 Coarse aggregate 40-20 mm per cum ( at quarry ) Rs: 316.00 9 Curing Compound per ltr Rs: 84.00 10 D - cord per Rm Rs: 7.00 11 Detonating fuse coil per Rm Rs: 5.00 14 Detonator delay type per No ...

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· Ingredients of Plain Cement Concrete (PCC): Following are main ingredients of plain cement concrete, 1. Coarse Aggregates: The coarse aggregates used in PCC should be free of hard dust, dirt and other foreign materials of granite or similar …

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24 71.00 Cum 25 2010.00 Rmt Plain Cement Concrete (1:4:8) (cement: fine aggregate: Coarse aggregate) for foundations and under flooring bed using coarse aggregate 40mm size hard, machine crushed granite from approved quarry including cost and conveyance of all materials like cement, sand, coarse aggregate, water etc. as per GFC drawings

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Sand 5 4 170 Coarse aggregate 8 6 120 Steel 10 13 230 Timber 15 4 270 Labour 27 33 195 4) Prepare an approximate estimate of a residential building with plinth area of 100 sqm by the CBRI Method using the ... Sand (cum) 0.47A - 7 600 per cum Coarse Aggregate20 mm and down (cum) 0.176A - 0.21 1300 per cum

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· Generally, we use 40 mm aggregate instead of 20mm in PCC for cost-effective Calculation of Volume of water in 1m3 of Concrete Water cement ratio 0.5 for a bag = 0.5 x 50 ( weight of a bag) = 25 litre

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DLBD of Aggregate = 1450 Kgs/Cum. So, Sand required = 0.072*1600 = 115 kgs. and Aggregate required = 0.144*1450 = 209 kgs. Considering water/cement (W/C) ratio of 0.55. We can also arrive at the Water required = 50*0.55 = 27.5 kg. So, One bag of cement (50 Kgs) has to be mixed with 115 kgs of Sand, 209 Kgs of aggregate …

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· 1. F.A.= Fine Aggregates, C.A.= Coarse Aggregates. 2. The table is based on assumption that the voids in sand and crushed stone are 40 and 45 percent respectively. 3. Air content of 1 percent has been assumed. 4. For gravel aggregates decrease cement by 5 percent, increase sand by 2 percent and coarse aggregate in proportion to fine aggregate ...

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Net water content = 180.42 Kg/cum Net sand percentage = 33 %. 6. DETERMINATION OF CEMENT CONTENT W/c ratio = 0.5 Water content = 180.42 Kg/cum Thus, Cement content = 360.84 Kg/cum Adequate for moderate exposure Say 360 Kg/cum. 7. DETERMINATION OF COARSE AND FINE AGGREGATE CONTENT Assume entrapped air as 2 % Thus,

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PCC Volume Calculator | Free Estimate of Cement, Sand, Jelly. Plain Cement Concrete (PCC) is composed mixture of cement, aggregates, sand, water and chemical admixtur Calculate portland cement concrete or PCC concrete mix design ratio in Cft and determine exactly how much quantity of cement, sand and aggregate is required for PCC construction.

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,volume shall be worked out taking 50 kg. of cement as 0.035 cum. in volume .The quantity of water per 50 kg. (0.035 cum.) of cement shall be as specified in table-13 of specification. 5 The proportioning of sand shall be done on the basis of its dry volume and in case of damp sand, allowance or bulkage shall be made as given in

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· Cement = 1440 kg/cum ; Fine Aggregate = 1600 kg/cum ; Coarse Aggregate = 1450 kg/cum ; Water = 1000 kg/cum. The dry loose density varies for. Considering a concrete mix proportion (by volume) of 1:2:4. i.e., Cement: Fine aggregate (Sand) : Coarse Aggregate is in the ratio of 1:2:4 by volume. Cement required = 01 bag = 50 kg ~ 36 liters or 0.036 cum

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· A strength of PCC is defined as compressive strength after 28 days, expressed as M15, M20, where M stands for Mix and 15 stands for 15 N/mm 2 compressive strength at 28 days. The proportions of materials (cement, sand, coarse aggregate) for nominal mix/design mix concrete that are normally used are 1:3:6 or 1:4:8.

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Where 1 signifies the ratio of cement, 2 signify the ratio of sand (fine aggregate) and 4 for coarse aggregate (crushed stone). Dry volume = wet volume x 1.54. Determine crushed stone, cement and sand in PCC work. Concrete ratio is 1:2:4. Material is equal to material ratio/ratio sum x dry volume. Cement is equal to 1/1 + 2 + 4 x wet volume x 1.54