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In the step 3 of "How To Calculate Quantities Of Cement Sand And Aggregate For Nominal Concrete Mix (1:2:4)" you have calculated that: 01 cum of concrete will require Cement required = 1/0 167 = 5 98 Bags ~ 6 Bags Sand required = 115/0 167 = 688 Kgs or 14 98 cft Aggregate required = 209/0 167 = 1251 kgs or 29 96 cft
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Concrete is a mixture of cement and other items such as sand or gravel Cement is an ingredient in concrete and is the "glue" that helps hold the mixture together Once concrete hardens it can be used to create stairs sidewalks landing pads or other solid surfaces as well as footers for decks Tips for Working With Concrete Get a permit
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6 4 2 0 4 m 2 m 1 m 6 mi 3 mi 1 mi River Manufactu FRESH CONCRETE PROPERTIES WORKABILITY This was measured by conducting a slump test Keeping the water- cement ratio at 0 35 and 0 50 and using super plasticizer (at 15ml per kg of cement) the slump values were determined for both M20 and M25 mixes using river sand and M-sand as fine aggregate
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AMOUNT OF WATER REQUIRED FOR COMPLETE HYDRATION OF PORTLAND CEMENT This point-of-view article discusses the amount of water that would be needed to completely hydrate portland cement The ratio of the volume of water to the volume of cement is critical in the chemical reaction that causes concrete to stiffen harden and develop strength
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Concrete Prices The average cost of concrete is $119 to $147 per cubic yard which includes delivery up to 20 miles Pouring plain concrete costs $5 to $10 per square foot depending on the quality while colored stamped or stained concrete costs $8 to $18 per square foot to install
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The American Concrete Institute Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills Michigan USA the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development dissemination and adoption of its consensus-based standards technical resources educational programs and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete
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Use our concrete calculator to determine the amount of concrete needed to pour your concrete slab Enter the width and length of your slab in metres Then enter the thickness of your slab in millimetres The amount of concrete you require will display in cubic metres in the blue box
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High strength concrete would be mixed using 1 part cement to 5 parts ballast – this affords the sort of water-tight concrete used for building slabs or concrete panels Mixing 1 part cement to 6 parts ballast creates concrete suitable for driveways paths and patios and increasing the ratio to 1:8 gives foundation-strength concrete
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On-Site Concrete calculator Use this calculator to determine how much sand aggregate (gravel) and cement is required for mixing on site a given area of concrete (1:2:4 ratio) Please enter the dimensions in the white fields below and click calculate to display the results See below for help on concrete
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Currently doing fence posts and some small concrete pads around the house so I need to self mix the concrete I keep searching for this type of thing on the internet: Here is a good example of what is required from Boral's Site From my learnings: 1 Cement 2 Sand 3 Aggregate (gravel) is too strong 16bags (costly)
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Today I found out the difference between Cement and Concrete In general terms the word cement refers to any kind of binder that tightly holds other materials together Concrete on the other hand is a mixture of materials like sand gravel and small rocks combined with any type of cement and water
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Calculate concrete volume and cost of concrete slabs footers walls columns steps curbs and gutters in cubic feet cubic yards and cubic meters Calculate for quantity of items to fill for a total project need of cement in cubic feet and cubic yards Yardage of concrete
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Weight of Cement required for 1 cubic meter of M20 Grade concrete Weight of cement required can be calculated from multiplying the volume of cement we found above with the density of cement The density of frequently used cement varieties (both PPC and OPC) is 1440 kg/cu m
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This concrete calculator will help you in estimating the amount of concrete needed for your project The amount given as needed does not include any waste It is recommended depending on the job you are doing to add anywhere from an extra 4% to 10% to your concrete order to make sure you have enough concrete to finish the job
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The proportions of cement sand coarse aggregate and water plays an important role in determining the fresh and hardended properties of concrete So care should be taken while calculating the amount of Cement Sand and Aggregate required for 1 Cubic meter of Concrete Method-1: DLBD method to determine material requirement for 1 Cum concrete The DLBD
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26 06 2011You are obviously a diyer anybody with any building knowledge would know what 0 2 M ballast and 2 cement means what it says all the guff about Wickes stick to the diy pinkie any one in the trade would certainly not buy 67 bags of ballast to fill up 1 M3 hole they would simply order 1 M3 of ballast I think you should leave this forum and work with andy pandy
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Tips for Measuring Concrete Concrete and cement can get expensive so it pays to know how much concrete you need for your next masonry project Enter the ImproveNet concrete calculator Check out the table above to see various formulas for calculating how much concrete your project requires based on the shape of the area you'll be covering
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Aggregates are inert granular materials such as sand gravel or crushed stone that along with water and portland cement are an essential ingredient in concrete For a good concrete mix aggregates need to be clean hard strong particles free of absorbed chemicals or coatings of clay and other fine materials that could cause the deterioration of concrete
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Free online concrete calculator for your construction projects Calculate the required weight and volume of readymix concrete you need for your wall column steps slabs footings and others Easy to use calculator for how much concrete you need in cubic feet cubic yards cubic meters tons tonnes as well as bags of concrete of different sizes
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what is ordinary concrete PCC which is made of M10 and M15 grade of concrete known as ordinary concrete which has medium amount of cement present in mix Its main function is to providing bedding for footing and making concrete road and pavement cement consumption in PCC 1:4:8 and M7 5 M7 5 grade of concrete
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The water-cement ratio is higher for white concrete as compared to normal concrete and is critical in determining the final strength of concrete Properties of white cement concrete The initial setting time of white cement is 100 minutes The fineness of white cement is 395 kg/m 2 The brightness of white cement is 87%
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