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Sun Jan 27, 2013Total posts : 9
kiran kumar 3k
kiran kumar 3k
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Topic: Per Square

How much cement is required for one square i.e. 100sft RCC framed structure with 6" solid concrete blocks for ground floor, first floor & second floor building.
Wed Jan 30, 2013Post  #1
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)

Join date: Mar 2008

Dear Kiran Kumar

                   For roof of RCC 100 sft area and 6'' thick slab, the cement required is 8.5 bags for cement concrete 1:2:4 ratio.

 
Wed Jan 30, 2013Post  #2
RENJI
RENJI

Join date: Jan 2012
Post subject: Ratio 1:2:4

Dear Gupta,

What is the ratio 1:2:4.

What is the ratio of sand and aggragte(in cft) for 1bag cement as per above ratio.

Renji

 
Fri Feb 01, 2013Post  #3
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)

Join date: Mar 2008

Dear Renji

         The ratio 1;2;4 means 1part of cement, 2 parts of coarse sand and 4 parts of bazri. i.e. coarse aggerigate.

 
Fri Feb 01, 2013Post  #4
RENJI
RENJI

Join date: Jan 2012
Post subject: The ratio 1;2;4

Sir,

My question was for 1packet of cement how much sand(in cft) and bazri(in cft) required to make concrete in the ratio of 1:2:4? 

Thanks

Renji

 
Fri Feb 01, 2013Post  #5
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)

Join date: Mar 2008
 

Dear Renji

         It is very much clear that the ratio 1;2;4 means 1part of cement, 2 parts of coarse sand and 4 parts of bazri. i.e. coarse aggerigate, You can measure the all gradient by volume Or weight. As further clarification the 

1.  One cement bag = 1.25 cft so

2. Coarse sand       = 2.5 cft

3. Bazri/ stone ballast/ Coarse aggregate = 5cft(cubic feet) 

 
Fri Feb 01, 2013Post  #6
RENJI
RENJI

Join date: Jan 2012
Post subject: 1:2:4

Thanks Gupta Sir for the clarification.

One more query , Is 1:2:4 ratio is idle for both flat and slope roof.

Renji

 
Fri Feb 08, 2013Post  #7
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)

Join date: Mar 2008
Dear Renji
         For laying RCC SLAB whether it is flat or in slope 1;2;4 is good ratio, but now a days keeping in mind the earthquake factor one should use 1;1.5;3 ratio in RCC SLAB. 
 
Mon Feb 11, 2013Post  #8
akmurty1
akmurty1

Join date: Sep 2012
Post subject: Cement required Per Square feet

The average requirement is about half a bag per square foot of construction 
 
Tue Feb 12, 2013Post  #9
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)
S L Gupta (Civil Engg)

Join date: Mar 2008

Dear

       The cement required for one sft of slab or roof is .1bags to .15bags as per thickness and ratio used in the slab.

 

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