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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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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Different Types of Masonry Bonds| Stretcher Bond | Flemish Bond | English Bond

Different Types of Masonry Bonds| Stretcher Bond | Flemish Bond | English Bond

Different Types of Masonry Bonds| Stretcher Bond | Flemish Bond | English Bond   What is a Bond?/ Masonry Bonds A bond is an arrangement of masonry units in successive causes to tie the masonry together, both longitudinally and transversely. The arrangement is usually worked out to ensure that no vertical joint of one course […]

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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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Structural System | Superstructure  and Substructure | Tension & Deflection Forces

Structural System | Superstructure  and Substructure | Tension & Deflection Forces

Structural System | Superstructure and Substructure | Tension & Deflection Forces What is Structural System The structural system of a building is designed and constructed to support the loads applied to the building and transmit them safely to the ground without damaging the building. Some structural systems are based on a single material, such as heavy timber structures. Others […]

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Zero Force Members | How to Identify Zero Force Members in Trusses

Zero Force Members | How to Identify Zero Force Members in Trusses

Zero Force Members | How to Identify Zero Force Members in Trusses What is Zero Force Members A zero-force member can be defined as a structural member (a single truss segment) in a truss structure that, when the load is applied to the structure, is at rest (no tension or compression forces). Zero force members are members in a truss/frame that theoretically have no […]

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Brick sizes: Standard Brick Dimensions | Brick Dimensions Table

Brick sizes: Standard Brick Dimensions | Brick Dimensions Table

Brick sizes: Standard Brick Dimensions | Brick Dimensions Table What are Bricks? Bricks are types of blocks commonly used to build walls, partitions, pavements, and other parts in masonry buildings’ works. Typically, the term brick means a block composed of dried clay but is now also used informally to mean other chemically cured construction blocks. […]

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What is Cofferdams? | Types of Cofferdams

What is Cofferdams? A cofferdam is a structure that retains water and allows a work area to be dewatered so that crews can pour concrete, excavate, repair, weld, and construct.  Cofferdams are typically used for the construction of bridge piers and other support structures built within water Cofferdams walls are usually made from sheet piles […]

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