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This is the method to calculate number of bricks and sand and cement on 10 ft height 10 ft length 4-inch wall (building inner wall) with 1:4 ratio. Since you said it is an inner wall, i am assuming it as partition wall without any opening in case 1. For 10′x10′x4″ wall you need; Bricks = 476 No's; Cement = 57 kg

Get PriceWater in litres = Total volume of cement required x 0.55; How to Mix Concrete. When mixing concrete you will find that, while the ballast will heap on your shovel, the cement will slide off. This will give you incorrect proportions when mixing – 1 part of cement should be equal to 1 part ballast.

Get Price1 cubic yard. Enter number of bags of Portland cement or fraction of bag. Example: One and half bag, Enter 1.5 Round off answer to next even higher figures. This calculator is intended for approximate guidance. Working With Concrete Tips Hand Mixing Only use clean water, sand and gravel. Aim for a mix of 1 part cement, 2-1/4 part sand and 3

Get Price1. concrete 1.1 large batches: use only common cement complying with SANS 50197 Low-strength concrete suitable for: house foundations To make 1 cubic metre of concrete you will need: 5,8 bags cement + 0,65 cubic metres sand + 0,65 cubic metres stone. Medium-strength concrete suitable for: house floors, footpaths and driveways

Get PriceMay 29, 201225 gals. of water to hydrate plus 4 gals. of water to get to a somewhat work-able 4 slump = 29 gals. of water 8.33 pounds = ~242 #'s of water. 5 bags of cement at 94#'s = 470 #'s. 242/470= .515 W/C ratio Well outside of the range for quality concreting, especially for areas prone to excessive freeze/thaw cycles.

Get PriceCement consumption in 12mm thick plaster 1:4 for 1 m 2 plastering of a wall is 0.092 bags (4.6 kg) cement. Ans :- 4.6 kg (0.092 bags), 46 kg (0.92 bags) 460 kg (9.2 bags) are cement consumption and requirement in 12mm thick plaster 1:4 for 1 m 2, 10 m 2 100 m 2 area of wall respectively.

Get PricePoured concrete foundation walls that are less than 8 feet tall and have soil outside that is 6 or 7 feet deep against the wall can often be 8 inches thick and function quite well. As soon as you go higher or have greater depths of soil pushing against the wall, you need to increase the thickness to 10 inches.

Get PriceThe basic requirements for the design of concrete mix ratio are: 1, meet the strength grade of concrete design. 2, meet the concrete peaceability. 3, meet the durability of the use of concrete. 4, meet the above conditions to save cement and reduce the cost of concrete. The strength of concrete is divided into twelve grades, such as C7.5, C10

Get PriceA large concrete slab floor can moderate temperatures in the rest of the building. Multiply the mass by the specific heat capacity of concrete, 0.2 BTU/lb/degree F. This yields 0.2 times 13,300 equals 2,660 BTUs to raise the temperature of the entire wall just 1 degree Fahrenheit. Advertisement.

Get Price*Total quantity= Sum of the individual masses of fine and coarse aggregates, kg Proportion of fine aggregate to coarse aggregate (by mass) : Generally 1:2 but subject to an upper limit of 1:1.5 and a lower limit of 1

Get PriceDec 10, 2018To calculate the amount of water required for a concrete mix, we need to calculate the quantity of cement required. Assume the required amount of cement is 50kg Amount of water required = W/C ratio x cement required. = 0.5 x 50 =25 kg or 25 lit. Total dry volume of Material Required = 1

Get PriceDensity of Sand = 1450 – 1500 kg/ m3. Density of Aggregate = 1450 – 1550 kg/ m3. Quantity or Weight of Cement in 1 Bag = 50 KG. Volume of 1 Bag Cement in Cum = 0.03472 cubic meter. Volume of 1 Bag Cement in Cft = 1.226 cubic feet. Numbers of Cement Bags in 1 cum = 28.8 nos. How many Cft in 1

Get Price21 Sep 2018 19 Sep 2018. The basic things you should know to calculate the volume of 1 bag of cement are, Density of cement = 1440 kg/ m 1 bag = 50 kg of cement.

Get PriceCement consumption in 12mm thick plaster 1:4 for 1 m 2 plastering of a wall is 0.092 bags (4.6 kg) cement. Ans :- 4.6 kg (0.092 bags), 46 kg (0.92 bags) 460 kg (9.2 bags) are cement consumption and requirement in 12mm thick plaster 1:4 for 1 m 2, 10 m 2 100 m 2 area of wall respectively.

Get PriceThus, the quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of concrete = 0.98/0.1345 = 7.29 bags of cement. The quantities of materials for 1 m3 of concrete production can be calculated as follows: The weight of cement required = 7.29 x 50 = 364.5 kg. Weight of fine aggregate (sand) = 1.5 x 364.5 = 546.75 kg.

Get PriceThus, the quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of concrete = 0.98/0.1345 = 7.29 bags of cement. The quantities of materials for 1 m3 of concrete production can be calculated as follows: The weight of cement required = 7.29 x 50 = 364.5 kg. Weight of fine aggregate (sand) = 1.5 x 364.5 = 546.75 kg.

Get PriceHow to Calculate Water Cement Ratio. For example, if the w/c ratio is 0.50 for concrete and cement is added is about 50 kg (weight of 1 bag of cement) Water required for concrete will be, Water/ cement = 0.50. Water = 0.50 x 50. Water = 25 liters = 6.60 gallon.

Get Price*Total quantity= Sum of the individual masses of fine and coarse aggregates, kg Proportion of fine aggregate to coarse aggregate (by mass) : Generally 1:2 but subject to an upper limit of 1:1.5 and a lower limit of 1

Get PriceConcrete Mix - to build either a 4 inch or 6 inch slab ; Mortar Mix - to lay either 8 inch x 2 inch x 4 inch bricks or 8 inch x 8 inch x 16 inch blocks at a 3/8 inch joint ; Fast-Setting Concrete - to set a post

Get PriceAug 08, 2018Density of Aggregate = 1450-1550 kg/m 3. How many KG in 1 bag of cement = 50kg. Cement quantity in litres in 1 bag of cement = 34.7 litres. 1 Bag of cement in cubic metres = 0.0347 cubic meter. How many CFT (Cubic Feet) = 1.226 CFT. Numbers of Bags in 1 cubic metre cement = 28.8

Get Price3/8 in. No. 4 No. 8 No. 16 No. 30 No. 50 No. 100 9.5 mm 4.75 mm 2.36 mm 1.18 mm 600 micro–m 300 micro–m 150 micro–m 100 95–100 80–100 50–85 25–60 10–30 2–10 c. Coarse Aggregate. Coarse aggregate shall conform to the requirements of ASTM C

Get PriceApr 01, 2018M7.5 GRADE OF CONCRETE→1:4:8 (CEMENT:SAND:AGGREGATES) {7.5mpa} Advantages of lean concrete:-Main function of the lean concrete is to provide the uniform surface to the foundation concrete and to prevent the direct contact of foundation concrete from the soil. Lean concrete is used under the foundations.

Get Pricecement 1 1 1 sand 3 2.5 2 stone or gravel 5 4 3 Mix (as per concrete use) No. 20kg bags of cement cubic metres (m3) of sand cubic metres (m3) cement sand stone of stone 1 2 3 16 0.5 0.8 1 2.5 4 13 0.5 0.8 1 3 5 11 0.5 0.9 *Slab thickness in mm. 3. Decide whether to use: (a) Premix concrete from a readymix supplier (b) Bagged cement, sand and

Get PriceThe basic requirements for the design of concrete mix ratio are: 1, meet the strength grade of concrete design. 2, meet the concrete peaceability. 3, meet the durability of the use of concrete. 4, meet the above conditions to save cement and reduce the cost of concrete. The strength of concrete is divided into twelve grades, such as C7.5, C10

Get PriceCONVERT : between other concrete measuring units - complete list.. Conversion calculator for webmasters.. Concrete. This general purpose concrete formulation, called also concrete-aggregate (4:1 - sand/gravel aggregate : cement - mixing ratio w/ water) conversion tool is based on the concrete mass density of 2400 kg/m3 - 150 lbs/ft3 after curing (rounded).

Get PriceDec 10, 2018To calculate the amount of water required for a concrete mix, we need to calculate the quantity of cement required. Assume the required amount of cement is 50kg Amount of water required = W/C ratio x cement required. = 0.5 x 50 =25 kg or 25 lit. Total dry volume of Material Required = 1

Get PriceWe already discussed the volume formula from Concrete Volume Calculation which is. Required Cement Quantity for 1 m3 = (Cement Part / Total Parts) x 1.55 = 1/ (1+2+4) x 1.55 = 0.221 m3. Unit weight of cement = 1440 kg / m3. Therefore required cement = 1440 x 0.221 m3 = 318.24 Kg or (318.24/50) = 6.37 Bags.

Get PriceMay 17, 2017Assume W/C ratio = 0.50 (50% of cement) Water required for 1m 3 of Concrete. = 400 x 0.50 Amount of Water Required for 1m 3 of Concrete = 200kgs = 200 litres. Hence 200 Litres of Water is required for 1m 3 of M20 Concrete. Summary: – 8 bags of cement required for 1 cu.m of M20 grade concrete. 672 kg of Sand required for 1 cu.m of M20 grade

Get PriceSep 23, 2018Based on Performance oriented specifications. Design mix concrete ( From M30 onwards we need to design the concrete mix) The concrete mix produced under quality control keeping in view the strength, durability, and workability is called the design Mix. • Others factors like compaction equipment's available, curing method adopted, type of cement, quality of fine and coarse aggregate

Get PriceWhere a more structural concrete is required you may need to add neat cement to the premixed bag. As a guide, an addition of 1kg to 1.5kg per 20kg bag of Concrete Mix can be used to achieve around 32 MPa concrete (under normal conditions). preparation Formwork made from 25mm thick timber is commonly used to mould the concrete.

Get PriceHi Lou, I found some information on the web on pouring concrete that helps answer your question. Follow the link to Estimating Quantities of material needed.The example is in metric units but the procedure is independent of the units. The instructions are to multiply the required volume by 1.65 to get the total volume of dry material needed, in your case that is 7.5 1.65 = 12.375 cubic yards.

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