HOW TO ESTIMATE STEEL REINFORCEMENT QUANTITY IN RCC_.pdf

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(b) Bar ‘shape’ , e.g. straight, bent or hooked; curved; links, stirrups and spacers. 2. Fabric (mesh) reinforcement should be described separately by steel type, fabric type and area, divided up according to 1(a) and 1(b) above. Methods of Reinforcement Quantity Estimation There are different methods for estimating the quantities of reinforcement ;, three methods of varying accuracy are: Method-1 for Reinforcement Estimation The simplest method is based on the type of structure and the volume of the reinforced concrete elements. Typical values are, for example: Warehouses and similarly loaded and proportioned structures: 1 tonne of reinforcement per 105m Offices, shops, hotels: 1 tonne per 13.5m Residential, schools: 1 tonne per 15.05m However, while this method is a useful check on the total estimated quantity it is the least accurate, and it requires considerable experience to break the tonnage down to Standard Method of Measurement requirements. Method-2 for Reinforcement Estimation 3 3 3 METHODS OF REINFORCEMENT QUANTITY ESTIMATION IN RCC STRUCTURE ( )

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5/30/2018 HOW TO ESTIMATE STEEL REINFORCEMENT QUANTITY IN RCC? 2/2 ©2017 The Constructor Another method is to use factors that convert the steel areas obtained from the initial design calculations to weights, e.g. kg/M or kg/m as appropriate to the element.
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• Summer '18
• Naveen
• Civil Engineering, Reinforcement Estimation, reinforcement quantity, steel reinforcement quantity

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