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29/07/2020· grade of concrete types, it’s mix ratio types and mix ratio of concrete. How much cement, sand and aggregate are required for 1m3 of m10 concrete. M10 concrete ratio is 1: 3: 6 in which one part is cement, 3 part is sand and 6 part is aggregate mix with water

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Concrete mix ratio of 1:3:3 On mixing 1 part cement, 3 parts sand with 3 parts aggregate produces concrete with a compressive strength of 3000 psi. On mixing water with the three ingredients, a paste is formed that binds them together till the concrete mix

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This paste then hardens and binds the fines (sand) and aggregate together; Water this is needed to chemically react with the cement and to make the concrete workable. Aggregate The fines are sand and gravel or crushed stone is the coarse aggregate (10, 20 & 40mm) in most mixes. Admixtures in Concrete Accelerators added to the concrete to

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The proportions of cement, sand, coarse aggregate and water plays an important role in determining the fresh and hardended properties of concrete. So care should be taken while calculating the amount of Cement, Sand and Aggregate required for 1 Cubic meter of Concrete. Method-1: DLBD method to determine material requirement for 1 Cum concrete. The DLBD (Dry Loose Bulk Densities)

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08/09/2015· Calculate the concrete quantity required in cubic meter and then multiply the quantity with the cement sand and aggregate for 1 cubic meter of concrete. In your case Volume of concrete = 1.7 x 1.7 x 0.5 = 1.4 cu.m It looks like you are using m20 grade mix with extra sand. If you follow that mix proportion then to calculate use this following

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12/09/2018· The concrete shall be in grades designated Group Grade designation Characteristics compressive strength of 150 mm cube at 28 days, N/mm2. Ordinary Concrete---M10 M15 M20 Standard Concrete---M25 M30 M35 M40 M45 M50 M55 High Strength Concrete---M60 M65 M70 M75 M80 High performance concrete---M 90, M95 M100, M105, M110, M115, M120. Concrete mix can be

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As a quick answer, a concrete mix ratio of 1 part cement, 2 parts fine aggregate (sand) and 4 parts course aggregate will cover most general domestic jobs.

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One of the best concrete mix ratios is 1 part cement, 3 parts sand, and 3 parts aggregate, this will produce approximately a 3000 psi concrete mix. The strength of this mix ratio is good for most concrete slabs, footings, steps, and foundation walls.

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07/02/2017· Considering water/cement (W/C) ratio of 0.55 We can also arrive at the Water required = 50*0.55 = 27.5 kg So, One bag of cement (50 Kgs) has to be mixed with 115 kgs of Sand, 209 Kgs of aggregate and 27.5 kgs of water to produce M20 grade concrete. Step-3: Calculate Material Requirement for producing 1 Cum Concrete

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Ans. Materials required are 7 nos. of 50 kg bag of cement, 0.42 m 3 of sand and 0.83 m 3 of stone aggregate.

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grade of concrete types, it’s mix ratio types and mix ratio of concrete. How much cement, sand and aggregate are required for 1m3 of m10 concrete. M10 concrete ratio is 1: 3: 6 in which one part is cement, 3 part is sand and 6 part is aggregate mix with water

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Calculate the concrete quantity required in cubic meter and then multiply the quantity with the cement sand and aggregate for 1 cubic meter of concrete. In your case Volume of concrete = 1.7 x 1.7 x 0.5 = 1.4 cu.m It looks like you are using m20 grade mix with extra sand. If you follow that mix proportion then to calculate use this following

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11/01/2020· It is a fact that water reduced in concrete increases its strength. But there is some limit to the water-cement ratio. The minimum water-cement ratio is 0.30 to 0.35, beyond this concrete becomes too stiff and impractical to handle. Watch Video: How To Calculate Cement, Sand, Aggregate& Water For Concrete Mix

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For higher grade M30 and above we recommended a detailed concrete mix design. However as a guideline-a.The nominal mix proportion by Volume for M35 would be 1:1.35:2.7 The approximate quantities are Cement = 8.25 bags/cum of concrete Sand = 13.68 cft/cum Aggregate = 27.34 cft/cum. b. The nominal mix proportion by Volume for M45 would be 1:1.35:2.7

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Calculating Quantities of Materials for per cubic meter or cubic feet or cubic yards concrete. Consider concrete with mix proportion of 1:1.5:3 where, 1 is part of cement, 1.5 is part of fine aggregates and 3 is part of coarse aggregates of maximum size of 20mm. The water cement ratio required for mixing of concrete is taken as 0.45.

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Concrete Mix Proportions Batch per 50 Kg Bag of Cement : Mix Strength: Cement: Sand: Stone: Stone Size: Water: Yield: Super High Strength Concrete 40 MPa (Pre-cast pre-stressed concrete lintels, beams, Concrete slabs, Floor bearers, Concrete pipes & Bridges) 33 liter (50 Kg Cement) 50 liter: 50 liter: 9.5mm to 13.2mm: Control Water Use

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17/05/2017· Concrete is a composite mixture which consists of Cement, Sand and Aggregate. Concrete mix design is the procedure for finding the right quantities of these materials to achieve the desired strength. Accurate concrete mix design makes concrete construction economical. Large constructions such as Bridges, dams requires huge amount of concrete, using the right quantity of

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Aggregates directly influence the compressive strength of concrete. In a standard cubic metre of concrete, this amount of crushed rock forms a sturdy framework for the mix, while the size and shape of the aggregates will influence workability. 1 Cubic Meter of Concrete. 1m 3 of concrete = 150l water + 250kg cement + 700kg sand + 1200kg

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02/03/2020· A concrete mixture ratio of 1 part cement, 3 parts sand, and 3 parts aggregate will produce a concrete mix of approximately 3000 psi. Mixing water with the cement, sand, and stone will form a paste that will bind the materials together until the mix hardens.

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A concrete ratio of 1:3:6 means that for every unit of cement you are using 3 units of sand and 6 units of aggregate. The amount of concrete blocks you can make will depend on the size unit of your mix and the size concrete blocks you intend to make. For example if your unit is 1 cup and the concrete block is 500mm X 250mm X 300mm then guess what a mix that is equivalent of 10 cups (1 + 3 + 6

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This paste then hardens and binds the fines (sand) and aggregate together; Water this is needed to chemically react with the cement and to make the concrete workable. Aggregate The fines are sand and gravel or crushed stone is the coarse aggregate (10, 20 & 40mm) in most mixes. Admixtures in Concrete Accelerators added to the concrete to

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Calculate the concrete quantity required in cubic meter and then multiply the quantity with the cement sand and aggregate for 1 cubic meter of concrete. In your case Volume of concrete = 1.7 x 1.7 x 0.5 = 1.4 cu.m It looks like you are using m20 grade mix with extra sand. If you follow that mix proportion then to calculate use this following

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The figures assume a general bulking factor for the materials and does not take into account any water in the sand or aggregate. Water should be added to obtain a workable but non-segregating mix, the total free water being roughly 170 litres per cubic metre of concrete. Mix A is suitable for general-purpose projects, such as paths, patios and general slabs. Mix B is suitable for concrete

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11/01/2020· It is a fact that water reduced in concrete increases its strength. But there is some limit to the water-cement ratio. The minimum water-cement ratio is 0.30 to 0.35, beyond this concrete becomes too stiff and impractical to handle. Watch Video: How To Calculate Cement, Sand, Aggregate& Water For Concrete Mix

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Required Amount of Water = 0.16362 X 1000 = 163.62 litres. Therefore, we need 10.5 bags of cement, 0.5454 m 3 of sand, 1.09 m 3 of Coarse aggregates and 163.62 litres of water. Concrete

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17/05/2019· Water: For M20, 30 liters of water per 50kg cement . Total amount of water required = 30 x 403.2 / 50 = 241.92 litre. 8.064 bags of cement required for 1 cu.m of M20 grade concrete. 630 kg of Sand required for 1 cu.m of M20 grade concrete. 1260 kg of 20mm Aggregate is required for 1 cu.m of M20 grade concrete.

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20/07/2018· Here are given ratio of mix ratio 1:2:4 (cement, sand and aggregate) this mix ratio is called M15 and volume of concrete 1 cubic meter as well as consider cube dimension that means length, breath and height equal to one meter . In this method of calculation for quantities of materials for concrete takes into account the mix proportion through design nominal or mix mixes for structural

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22/06/2020· Let’s use this in an example, for M5 concrete, the mixing proportion would be 1: (cement) 5: (sand) 1: (coarse) 0: (aggregates). The mix will always consist of cement, sand, water and aggregates. Base Concrete provide a helpful table that outlines all concrete mix ratios:

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31/07/2019· A building material which comprises the mixture of cement, gravel or broken stones and sand with water and gets hardened with time is referred to as concrete. Its vast application in construction work makes it essential to understand the recommended quantities of the materials needed in the concrete as found appropriate for a particular use. In this respite, it is essential to consider the

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03/08/2018· M-20 = 1 : 1.5 : 3 = 5.5, (Cement : Sand : Aggregate) Some of Mix is 5.5. Where, M = Mix 20 = Characteristic Compressive strength. Consider volume of concrete = 1m3. Dry Volume of Concrete = 1 x 1.54 = 1.54 m3 (For Dry Volume Multiply By 1.54) Now we start calculation for find Cement, Sand and Aggregate quality in 1 cubic meter concrete