Steel Structure Vs Concrete Structure | Is Structural Steel Stronger Than Concrete? 

Steel Structure Vs Concrete Structure | Is Structural Steel Stronger Than Concrete? 

Steel Structure Vs Concrete Structure | Is Structural Steel Stronger Than Concrete? Steel Structure Vs Concrete Structure Here we compare concrete structure with the steel frame structure and what are the qualities of the concrete structure  as compared steel frame structure. What Is A Steel Frame Structure? A Steel structure is a structure that is […]

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What is Column | Planted Columns |Floating Column or Hanging Columns

What is Column | Planted Columns |Floating Column or Hanging Columns

What is Column | Planted Columns |Floating Column or Hanging Columns What is Column? A column can be defined as a vertical structural member which transmits the loads from beam of the building to foundation. Columns are the essential compression structural members which transfer the loads from the top structural level to the lowers passing through […]

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Compression Vs Tension | Example of Tension Force |  Tension Force Formula

Compression Vs Tension | Example of Tension Force |  Tension Force Formula

Compression Vs Tension | Example of Tension Force |  Tension Force Formula What is Tension? Tension can be defined as the pulling force transmitted along the chain, string, a cable, or other one-dimensional continuous object or by each end of a rod, truss member or similar three-dimensional object; tension can also be described as action-reaction […]

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Culverts | Types of Culverts| Box Culverts | Pipe Culverts | Arch Culverts

Culverts | Types of Culverts| Box Culverts | Pipe Culverts | Arch Culverts

Culverts | Types of Culverts| Box Culverts | Pipe Culverts | Arch Culverts What are Culverts? Culverts can be defined as small channels that allow water to flow under a railroad, trail, road or similar obstruction from one side to the other. A culvert is a drain of the watercourse, totally enclosed and usually carried under […]

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Coarse Aggregate | Coarse Aggregate Size | Coarse Aggregate Sieve Analysis

Coarse Aggregate | Coarse Aggregate Size | Coarse Aggregate Sieve Analysis

Coarse Aggregate | Coarse Aggregate Size | Coarse Aggregate Sieve Analysis Coarse Aggregate Coarse aggregate is a building and construction ingredient made of stones or rocks extracted from ground deposits. Some common ground deposits include crushed stone, river gravel, rock from quarries, and even previously used concrete. It consists mainly of quarry stones, gravel, uncrushed stones, and […]

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Plain Cement Concrete (PPC)| Column Formwork | Concrete Curing

Plain Cement Concrete (PPC)| Column Formwork | Concrete Curing

Plain Cement Concrete (PPC)| Column Formwork | Concrete Curing Plain Cement Concrete (PPC) Plain cement concrete is concrete without steel reinforcement.  Plain Cement Concrete is often used in foundation beds, and this is provided as based concrete for laying the foundations and flooring. The purpose of providing a PCC bed is to have a uniformed […]

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Building Codes | National Building Code | Certificate of Occupancy

Building Codes | National Building Code | Certificate of Occupancy

Building Codes | National Building Code | Certificate of occupancy What is the Building Codes? A building code, which is also called building control or building regulations is a collection of laws and rules that specify the standards for constructed structures like houses, buildings, and even non-building structures. Buildings must meet the code’s minimum requirement […]

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Sustainable Buildings| Difference Between Green Building and Sustainable Buildings

Sustainable Buildings| Difference Between Green Building and Sustainable Buildings

Sustainable Buildings| Difference Between Green Building and Sustainable Buildings Sustainable Buildings Sustainability was defined by the World Commission on Environment and Development 1987 Report Our common future, also known as the Brundtland Report, that meets the needs of the present without compromising future generations’ ability to meet their own needs. The US Environmental Protection Agency defines it as the ability to achieve […]

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Caisson Foundation | Types of Caissons | Advantages  and Disadvantages of Caisson Foundation

Caisson Foundation | Types of Caissons | Advantages and Disadvantages of Caisson Foundation

Caisson Foundation | Types of Caissons | Advantages and Disadvantages of Caisson Foundation What is a caisson In engineering, a caisson is a watertight retaining structure used to carry out  construction work underwater It is used on the foundations of a bridge pier, for the construction of a concrete dam, or for the repair of […]

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