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CHARACTERISTICS OF A CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

Any construction project management has two philosophies, i.e. time-driven and cost-driven. Managing cost of construction project with completion in time with high quality and...

PORTAL METHOD OF APPROXIMATE ANALYSIS

PORTAL METHOD OF APPROXIMATE ANALYSIS The portal method is an approximate analysis used for analysing building frames subjected to lateral loading such as...

Compaction and Roller Requirement for Embankment and Subgrade

Compaction of soils required for different types materials for embankment and subgrade are shown here based on IS:2720 – part-8.Following table shows the relative...

IDENTIFYING DEFECTS IN BRICKS

There can be many defects in bricks. Identifying defective bricks is important for the consideration of stability and durability of load bearing brick masonry...

SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE MIX DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

MIX DESIGN OF SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE (SCC) Self Compacting Concrete has to be designed and tested before it is produced and used for...

Soil Investigation and Types of Foundations Based on Soil Properties

Soil investigations are carried out to understand properties of soil and types of foundation suitable for those. In this article, various types of soil...

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