Mar 23 2019nbsp018332M15 Ratio 124 which consists of 1 part of cement 2 part of Fine aggregate sand and 4 part of Coarse aggregate The total volume of concrete 1 cum wet volume Note This 1 cum is the wet volume of concrete
No of bags required for 01 cum of concrete 10167 598 bags 6 bags from above if the concrete mix is 124 to get a cubic meter of concrete we require 1cement 6 bags 300 kgs 2fine aggregate 1150167 689 kg 3coarse aggregate 2090167 1252 kg 4water 300055 165 kg
Ingredients of this mixture is 157 so the qty of cement is 17 x 157 0224 cum volume of cement in i cum 1440kg therefore required cement 1440 x 0224 32256kg weight of 1 cement bag is 50 kg so 3225650 645bag add 5 for wastage 645 x 5100 677 bag required
We have considered an entrained air of 2 thus the actual volume of concrete for 1 cubic meter of compacted concrete construction will be 1 002 098 m 3 thus the quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of concrete 09801345 729 bags of cement
M15 concrete mix design as per is 102622009 amp mortamph a1 sieve analysis of individual coarse aggregates separate analysis done 15 sieve analysis of combined coarse aggregates mix proportions for one cum of concrete ssd condition 1 mass of cement in kgm 3 270 2 mass of water in kgm 3 135 3 mass of fine aggregate in
For cement qty 15270217 cum of cement required to prepare 1cum of m15 concretebut cement is always taken in weightfor that the unit weight of cement is 1440 kgcum total cement required 0217x1440 31268 kgs sand 0217 x 2 0434 cum metal or aggregate 0217 x 4 0868 cum
In order to calculate the required quantity of cement sand coarse aggregates and water for m15 grade of concrete we have to follow 6 simple steps 1 assumptions volume of concrete 1 m179 grade of concrete m15 124 2
Answer posted er syed layaq ali practically material consumption in m15 124 quantity1 cum cement beg 6 nos0198 cum coarse sand 0396 cum coarse aggregate 0792 cum
Fine aggregate 1600 kgcum or 16 kgltrdepends on source gradation coarse aggregate 1450 kgcum 145 kgltr depend on source type shape size water 1000 kgcum 1 kgltruniversal constant considering a concrete mix proportion by volume 124 cement fine aggregate coarse aggregate cement required 01 bag 36
Cement sand aggregates 124 calculation for floor and ceilings volume of floorceiling 10x10x1 assuming thickness of slab 1ft 100 cft 1 bag of cement contains 50 kg cement 171cft for m15 concrete 124 sand required for 1 bag cement 171 x 2 342 cft
Dec 24 2017nbsp018332concrete mix design for m15 grade of concrete m15 is most favorite grade of concrete for doing pcc works concrete mix design for m15 grade concrete with fly ash is as follows opc cement 53 grade 224 kg fly ash 56 kg water cement ratio wc 055 free water 154 liters 20mm metal aggregates 575 kg 10mm metal aggregates 530 kg crush sand 1033 kg
B coarse aggregate i 20mm graded type crushed stone aggregate specific gravity 268 water absorption 146 free surface moisture 0 c fine aggregate coarse sand i type natural ghaggar specific gravity 26 water absorption 05 free surface moisture 14 3 target mean strength tms a statistical constant k 165
The dry volume of total materials required is considered as 154 times the wet volume of concrete due to voids present in sand and aggregates in dry stage therefore for our calculation we will consider the total volume of materials required as 154 m 3 for 1 m 3 of wet concrete a bags of cement required
Hence volume of fine aggregate 1 066 034 per unit volume of total aggregate for pumpable mixes 10 coarse aggregate should be decreased and the same percentage of fine aggregate is to be increased coarse aggregate quantities per cum volume of coarse aggregate 0747 x 066 0493 cum weight of coarse aggregate 049 x 268
Aggregate to cement ratio is important as they are used to arrive at optimized workable and cohesive concrete for a set of locally available concrete ingredients in this context the total aggregate mean the sum of weights of sand fine aggregate and aggregate usually called coarse aggregate
Dec 10 2018nbsp018332the mix 124 represents the m15 grade of concrete which means the concrete formed with this ratio has a compressive strength of 15 knm2 124 represents the amount of cement fine aggregate sand and coarse aggregate to be added during batching of concrete calculation of water quantity for concrete
Method of findingthe dry ingredient quantity of 1 m3 concrete 353 1483 cubic feet 3 coase aggregate 3 15455 84 the quantity of materials required for 1m3 concrete m15 required for 1 square meter 187more detailed
Hence 20mm aggregate required for 1 cum of concrete 13104 kg 183 calculation for water requirement for 1 cum of concrete m20 for the preparation of concrete required qty of water is added to the dry mix of concrete depending upon the workability and climatic factors
Hence volume of fine aggregate 1 066 034 per unit volume of total aggregate for pumpable mixes 10 coarse aggregate should be decreased and the same percentage of fine aggregate is to be increased coarse aggregate quantities per cum volume of coarse aggregate 0737 x 066 0486 cum weight of coarse aggregate 0486 x 268
Sir pls tell me the thumb rule for finding quantities in 1 cum concrete example m20 mix what is the quantity of cement coarse aggregatefine agregate and water reply link jayant february 15
M201153 ratio and m15124 all the calculation which given above is not as per standard so pls post the right one because any one of juniors can follow it blindly opc mix ratio of 1153 m20 ordinary portland cement volume 1 15 3 55
M40 grade stands for its a mix of concrete with a characteristic compressive strength of 40 nmm2 the mix design procedure for m40 grade concrete as per aci method is discussed contentsm40 grade concrete mix design procedure1 required data2 mean design strength3 watercement ratio4 water content and air content5 cement content6 coarse aggregate content7 fine
Before calculating the quantity of the sand in the m25 concrete one must determine the mix ratio for the required concrete strength to be attained m25 is considered as nominal mix ie the mix is predetermined by standards proposed by various institutions the mix ratio for m25 concrete is 1 1 2 such that cement sand coarse aggregate in which one part is cement one part is sand and
Note 1 for every 177005 change in wc the coarse aggregate proportion is to be changed by 001 if the wc is less than 05 standard value volume of coarse aggregate is required to be increased to reduce the fine aggregate content if the wc is more than 05 volume of coarse aggregate is to be reduced to increase the fine aggregate content
Fine aggregates coarse aggregates section 90403 defines the acceptable limits for all uses of coarse aggregates coarse aggregates are divided into classes based on quality requirements as noted on the classification of aggregates table class ap is the highest class and is assigned to aggregates which meet the requirements for all indot uses
The moe value of concrete depends on coarse aggregate stiffness elastic properties of constituent materials and interfacial zone connecting the paste and coarse aggregates islam et al 24 observed that the moe values were between 114 gpa and 126 gpa for opsc at air curing and between 127 gpa and 154 gpa at water curing