Usefull Civil Engineering Calculation

Usefull Civil Engineering Calculation CONCRETE GRADE: M5 = 1:4:8 M10= 1:3:6 M15= 1:2:4 M20= 1:1.5:3 M25= 1:1:2 Weight of Engineering Materials 1.Bitumen – 1340 Kg / M3 2.Cement – 1440 Kg / M3 3.Gold – 19224 Kg / M3 4.Ice – 913 Kg / M3 5.Wrought Iron – 7700 Kg / M3 6.Pig Iron – […]

Basic Information about Collar Tie Roof

Collar tie roof is similar to the couple close roof. A collar tie is a horizontal member between two rafters and is very common in domestic roof construction. Often collar ties are structural members but they may be used simply to frame a ceiling. In collar tie roof, the horizontal tie is raised up from the feet of the […]

RCC COLUMN WITH FOUNDATION

Design of RCC COLUMN WITH FOUNDATION Reinforced Cement Concrete) column is a structural member of RCC frame structured building. Earthwork in excavation in foundation: 1×2.00×2.00×0.83= 3.32CUM (0.75M trapezoidal portion height+0.08M concrete) Cement concrete 1:4:8 in base: 1×2.00×2.00×0.08= 0.32CUM R.C.C work 1:2:4: in footing excluding steel and it’s bending. Bottom square portion 1×2.00×2.00×0.25= 1.00CUM Trapezoidal portion […]

Top 9 Earthquake Resistant Structures in the World

These nine structures, built in dense urban areas, are designed to withstand the destructive force of the next big earthquake. When designing a building, especially a skyscraper, the seismic loading must be taken into account. Seismic loading is a basic concept of earthquake engineering. It refers to the application of an earthquake-generated agitation to a structure. This happens […]

Development Length And Lap Length

Development length and Lap length Lap length addresses the length of the bar needed to transfer the stresses to the other bar whereas Development length addresses the length of the bar needed to transfer the stresses to the concrete.   Development length   Usually at the end of the section where you have forces in […]