How to calculate concrete quantity in beams if length = 15′,width = 2′ and depth = 1.5′

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Solution: To calculate concrete quantity in beams we simply find the volume of given beam by multiplying it's dimensions. We can understand this by a simple example Suppose we have a beam of length 15',width 2' and depth 1.5' . So we will find the volume of beam Volume =15'×1.5'×2' Read more

Solution:To calculate concrete quantity in beams we simply find the volume of given beam by multiplying it’s dimensions.

We can understand this by a simple example

Suppose we have a beam of length 15′,width 2′ and depth 1.5′ .

So we will find the volume of beam

Volume =15’×1.5’×2′=45 cubic feetTherefore the quantity of concrete required for beam of above dimension is 45 Cubic Feet.

And in this we can ignore the quantity of steel because it is very less as compared to concrete.

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