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We all know the concrete is strong against compression force and weak against tensile force. So, to stabilise the concrete against tension force, the steel reinforcement is embedded into the concrete. Hence forming reinforced concrete and gives strength and enough durability for the structure. But why not use other materials…

We often get confused about using these terms – Development Length, Anchorage Length, and Lap Length. What is the development length? The steel reinforcement that is prolonged into concrete to avoid steel slippage and to transfer the load to the concrete bond smoothly is known as Development length or Anchorage Length.…

Every time we calculate the concrete or cement mortar calculation, We use 1.54 constant to get a dry volume of ingredients. But why exactly 1.54 why not 1.75? What is the reason behind that? Its simple. Adding Bulking of Sand & Void Ratio Compressibility 1. Bulking of Sand – Up…

Skirting or Dado!. Please don’t get confused, let’s see in detail. What are Skirting tiles? The tiles laid at the junction of walls and floors up to 3-4 inch height are known as skirting tiles. Purpose of Skirting The primary purpose of skirting is to preserve the wall bottom from…