Measurement of Concrete Formworks for Payment Calculation.pdf

# Similarly for a reinforced concrete beam the

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Similarly, for a reinforced concrete beam, the measurement of formwork will be taken as the combined surface area of two sides and bottom of the beam. Issues in Formwork Measurements: Normally, the forms are used more than once in concrete construction. But the payment is calculated based on the total contact area of the formwork with concrete and reuse of the forms is not taken into account. Thus, the price per unit area of formwork can be reduced for reuse of the forms. Aluminium and steel forms are reused for many number of times than wooden forms. Complicated shape of concrete makes the formwork installation costlier than the simple formwork installation because of labor cost and inability to reuse these forms. A construction plan is required to reuse the forms maximum number of times to make the construction cost effective. Deduction of formwork area should not be taken for: Intersection of beams Intersection of beams and columns and walls Any openings or cutouts in slabs Unit of Formwork Measurement: Formworks are measured in terms of area. So any unit such as square meter, square foot, square centimetre can be adopted. But generally, square meter and square foot of the contact area with concrete is taken as the unit of measurement. The dimensions of a formwork should be measure correct to the centimetre or inches whichever the

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• Summer '18
• Naveen
• Civil Engineering, Square foot, Square metre, Formwork, Concrete Formwork Design

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