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Cement Mortar for masonry – materials, mixing and technical details
Cement Mortars Desirable properties of mortars for use in masonry are: (a)        Workability (b)        Water retentivity (c)        Rate of stiffing (d)        Strength (e)        Resistance to rain penetration (f)        Durability MATERIALS Water Water used for mixing and curing shall be clean and free from injurious quantities of alkalies, acids, oils, salts, sugar, organic materials, vegetable growth or other substance that may be deleterious to bricks, stone, concrete or steel. potable water is generally considered satisfactory for ...
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Earthwork excavation by using Machines
Earth Work Excavation by Mechanical means Earth work by mechanical means involves careful planning keeping in view site conditions i.e. type of soil, nature of excavation, distances through which excavated soil is to be transported and working space available for employing these machines. The earth moving equipment should be accordingly selected. The earth moving equipment consists of excavating and transporting equipment. Excavating equipment’s may be further classified as excavators and tractor based equipment’s. Excavators Excavators ...
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Anti-Termite Treatment in building construction works and its technical details
ANTI-TERMITE TREATMENT IN CIVIL ENGINEERING Sub-terranean termites are responsible for most of the termite damage in buildings. Typically, they form nests or colonies underground. In the soil near ground level in a stump or other suitable piece of timber in a conical or dome shaped mound. The termites find access to the super-structure of the building either through the timber buried in the ground or by means of mud shelter tubes constructed over unprotected foundations ...
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Earthwork excavation important terms and field level technical details
Earthwork excavation important terms and technical details Deadmen or Tell Tales: Mounds of earth left undisturbed in pits dug out for borrowing earth Burjis: Short pillars of brick/ stone having top surface finished with cement plaster for marking etc. Formation or Profile: Final shape of the ground after excavation or filling up. Foul condition: Filthy and unhygienic conditions where physical movements are hampered such as soil mixed with sewage or night soil. Lead : All ...
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