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TYPES OF FOUNDATION

A structure essentially consists of two parts, namely the super structure which is above the plinth level and the substructure which is ...

WALL

To provide protection from weather, animal. To divide the areas. Act as sound barriers. As fire walls to attenuate the spread of fire...

TYPES OF FOOTING

Footings are structural members used to support columns and walls and to transmit and distribute their loads to the soil in such a way that..

DPC AND WATER PROOFING

A damp proof course ( DPC ) is a physical barrier inserted into the fabric of a building to stop water passing from one place to another...

CONCRETE MIX DESIGN

Concrete mix design may be defines as the art of selecting suitable ingredients of concrete and determining their relative proportions...

DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR ISOLATED FOOTING

Structures located on reasonably firm soil, it usually suffices to provide a separate footing for every column. Such a footing is called...

WAFFLE SLAB

A waffle slab is a type of building material that has two-directional reinforcement on the outside of the material, giving it the shape...

GUIDELINES FOR USE STEEL RODS IN RCC CONSTRUCTION

If the foundation is not very deep and is less than about 5 feet you need not have abeam at the plinth or ground floor level...

DURABILITY & PROTECTION OF PILE FOUNDATIONS

Timber piles permanently below ground water level have an indefinite life. There are numerous examples of timber piles that are more...

INTRODUCTION OF PILE FOUNDATION

Driving of bearing piles to support structures is one of the earliest examples of the art and science of the civil engineer...

PILING EQUIPMENT AND METHODS

Equipments for Installing precast driven piles. Equipments for installing driven and cast in situ piles. Equipments for installing bored...

DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PILE FOUNDATIONS

Design shall be considered in relation to the nature of ground, manner in which load transfer take place, behavior of group piles and settl...

CONCRETE AND RCC. CHARACTERISTICS

Setting up of reinforcement bars. The thickness of bars and the number of bars used depends on the load it has to bear...

PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE

Concrete must be strong enough to withstand all kinds of imposed load without injury with required factor of safety. If the concrete mix ...

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