Ferro Cement The term Ferro Cement implies the combination of ferrous product with cement. Generally this combination is in the form of steel wires meshes embedded in a portland cement mortar. Wire mesh is usually of 0.8 to 1.00 m diameter steel wires at 5 mm to 50 mm spacing and the cement mortar is
Introduction to The Door. The door is an arrangement in the room, whereby people can freely go through and in the rooms. They can bring Furniture, protect privacy, and live with safety.Introduction bellow with the door. Door requirements: To move in or out of the house or room for the needs of living. For the
Special type of concrete Common concrete is prepared with Portland cement, course aggregate, fine aggregate and water. Which are widely used worldwide as important building materials. A new concept of concrete has been created through the construction of technology and continuous examination of construction materials. Based on this new concept, the new concrete has been
A structure has two parts. Substructure & Superstructure. In civil engineering there is some important information that every engineer needs to know. The information that plays an important role in the interview board. In today’s article we will find some important information about substructure. Civil Engineering Important Information – Substructure How to keep the bottom
Formwork in Concrete Construction: Fixed shapes are given by concrete in the temporary structure of wood, plastic or iron. That is, the form is opened after the concrete made of necessary energy. That is, temporary support of construction structure, the _concrete is established by making it hard and mature, it is called Formwork or Shuttering.
In the case of RCC One Way Slab Design, the width of the slab is considered as a span and a 1 meter strip with width is designed like a beam. RCC One Way Slab Design: Step 1: RCC One Way Slab Design load Slab weight: Determining the depth of the rcc one way slab,
Laboratory Test: Specific Gravity Test Natural Moisture Content. Complete Grain Size Analysis. Atterberg Limits. Direct Shear Test. Unconfined Compression Test. Consolidation Test. Specific Gravity Test: The specific gravity test of soil particles (Gs) is defined as the ratio of the mass of giving the volume of soil particles to the mass of an equal volume