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Usual range values of Safe bearing capacity of different type of soils

Here with we have shared the usual range values of Safe Bearing Capacity of different type of soil. Sl No. Types of Rocks / Soils Safe Bearing Capcity Kg/CM2 Safe Bearing Capcity kN/M3 (a) Rocks i Rocks hard without lamination and defects, eg. Granite and dionite 33 3236 i Laminated rocks – eg. Sandstone and lime stone 16.5 1618 iii Residual deposits of shattered and broken bedrock 9 883 iv Soft Rock 4.5 441 (b) Non-Cohesive Soils i Gravel, sand

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Coefficient for painting measurement

Here with we have shared the  Coefficient for painting measurement (Equivalent Plain areas at uneven surface). S.No Description of work Multiplying Co-efficient Wood works – Doors & Windows etc. 1 Paneled or framed and braced doors, windows etc. 1.30 (for each side) 2 Ledged and battened or ledged, battened and braced doors, windows etc. 1.30(for each side) 3 Flush doors etc. 1.20(for each side) 4 Part panalled and part glassed or gauged doors, windows, etc. 1.00(for each side) 5 Fully

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Required cement quantity in Kg Table for various items of Civil Engineering works

Herewith below we have shared the required cement quantity in Kg for various items of works, like Cement concrete, Brickwork, Plastering works, Random Rubble Masonry, DPC works, flooring works, Pointing works, Roof tiles works, Flat tiles works. It was very useful to calculate the required cement quantity in easy was using below table. Sl No. Description Calculation Cement in Kg per 1 CC 1:5:10 using 40mm metal 0.45/5 x 1440 129.6 Cum. 2 CC 1:4:8 using 40mm metal 0.45/4 x

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Requirement of Water Supply for Fire Fighting Installations

Herewith below we have shared the requirements of Water Supply for fire fighting Installations.    Sl. No   Type of Building/Occupancy Requirements for water supply Underground tank in liters Terrace tank in liters 1 Apartment building below 15m in height Nil Nil 2 Apartment buildings a) Above 15 m but not exceeding 24 m Nil 10000 b) Exceeding 24m but not exceeding 45 m 50000 20000 c) Above 24 m and not exceeding 35m with shopping area upto 250 sq.m

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Water requirements for Buildings Other than Residences

Herewith below we have shared the water requirements for all building structures other than residences. Sl. No. Type of Building Consumption per day, Litres (1) (2) (3) i) Factories where bath rooms are required to be provided 45 per head ii) Factories where no bath rooms are required to be provided 30 per head iii) Hospital (including laundry) : a) Number of beds not exceeding 100 340 per head b) Number of beds exceeding 100 450 per head iv) Nurses’

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All Civil Engineering Lab Manuals PDF

Hi Civil Engineering Aspirants, we have shared the important Civil Engineering Lab manuals as per Indian Standards. Building Materials Lab manual PDF Concrete technology Lab Manuals PDF Engineering Geology lab Manuals PDF Environmental Engineering Lab manuals PDF Fluid Mechanics Lab manuals PDF Geo technical Lab manuals PDF Strength of Materials Lab manuals PDF Surveying Lab manuals PDF Structural Analysis Lab manuals PDF Surveying 2 Lab manuals PDF Thanks Have a nice day! Civil Engineering Lab manuals, Civil Engineering Lab manuals

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20 Checkpoints for Centering and Shuttering works

Before we erecting the centering and shuttering the following points shall be borne in mind while checking during erection. Any member which is to remain in position after the general dismantling is done, should be clearly marked. Material used should be checked to ensure that, wrong items/ rejects are not used. If there are any excavations nearby which may influence the safety of form works, corrective and strengthening action must be taken. The bearing soil must be sound and well

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20 important limitations of Stairways as per NBC code

We have shared the important limitations for stairways as per National Building code. a) Interior stairs shall be constructed of non-combustible material throughout. b) Interior stairs shall be constructed as a self-contained unit with at least one side adjacent to an external wall and shall be completely enclosed. c) A staircase shall not be arranged round a lift shaft for buildings 15.0 m. and above height. The staircase location shall be to the satisfaction of Chief Fire Officer. d) Hollow combustible

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List of item of works and its Life span

Herewith we have shared the List of various item of works and its life span. Details of Items of works Life of the works Brickwork in lime of Cement, Boulder Masonry in Lime or Cement, Cut stone work in Lime or Cement,  100 Years and Above Brickwork in Clay, Coursed in Mud,  100 Years Brickwork in Arches in Lime or Cement, Rubble stone in arches in Lime or Cement, 100 Years Sundried brickwork in clay 75 Years Brick on edge

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Important Terms in Brickwork

Bond The arrangement of the bricks in successive courses to tie the brick work together both longitudinally and transversely. The arrangement is usually designed to ensure that no vertical joint of one course is exactly over the one in the next course above or below it, and there is greatest possible amount of lap.   Bed Joint Horizontal joint in brick work or masonry.   Closer Any portion of a brick used in constructing a wall, to close up the

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