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A concrete mixture ratio of **1 part cement, 3 parts sand, and 3 parts aggregate** will produce a concrete mix of approximately 3000 psi. (20685 kpa)

Posted on Sep 21, 2018

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: 1.500 concret blocks 40cm x20cm in cement cubic

Max volume 4500_m^3 and smallest 24_m^3. I think you may want the smallest dia.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

Concrete is normally estimated in cubic metres

Convert all figures to metres and multiply

3 x 3 x 0.125 = 1.125 cubic metres

Plus 10% for shrinkage = 1.24 cubic metres

10 bags cement

0.7 cubic metres sand

0.86 cubic metres of stone

All assuming you want a strong mix

Convert all figures to metres and multiply

3 x 3 x 0.125 = 1.125 cubic metres

Plus 10% for shrinkage = 1.24 cubic metres

10 bags cement

0.7 cubic metres sand

0.86 cubic metres of stone

All assuming you want a strong mix

May 14, 2016 | Building Materials

By your above measurements:

**2.67 yds long 2.0 yds qide .11 yds thick for .59 total cubic yds or**

2.44 meters long 1.83 meters wide .1 meters thick for total cubic meters of .45 this is reasonable considering the meter is longer than the yard so the total meter would be less..

2.44 meters long 1.83 meters wide .1 meters thick for total cubic meters of .45 this is reasonable considering the meter is longer than the yard so the total meter would be less..

May 26, 2015 | Building Materials

That may be ok for the US, but in Europe you would need cubic metres.

I yd = 0.914 m, 1 cubic yd = 0.914 x .914 x .1914 = 0.764

So 14.66 cu. yds is 14.66 x 0.764 = 11.2 cubic metres - with a bit of luck!

I yd = 0.914 m, 1 cubic yd = 0.914 x .914 x .1914 = 0.764

So 14.66 cu. yds is 14.66 x 0.764 = 11.2 cubic metres - with a bit of luck!

Mar 26, 2015 | Building Materials

Figure 1 90 lb. bag per square ft., 6" deep.

Don't forget sand to grade and rebar to reinforce.

You probably won't find enough guys to mix all that concrete, so you'd really be better off hiring a concrete truck.

Tip: It's best to over estimate a little so you won't be caught short.

Don't forget sand to grade and rebar to reinforce.

You probably won't find enough guys to mix all that concrete, so you'd really be better off hiring a concrete truck.

Tip: It's best to over estimate a little so you won't be caught short.

Mar 01, 2015 | Building Materials

as in any volume calculation, follow this formula:

a x b x h = volume

a x b = area

h = height

all dimensions must be in same units, if you use m, all must be m, if you use ft, all units must be ft, use decimal not inches in imperial measurement.

in your example you give area of 50m2, you did not give what thickness of the slab, or should i assume this is 50m thick slab?!?

a x b x h = volume

a x b = area

h = height

all dimensions must be in same units, if you use m, all must be m, if you use ft, all units must be ft, use decimal not inches in imperial measurement.

in your example you give area of 50m2, you did not give what thickness of the slab, or should i assume this is 50m thick slab?!?

Oct 07, 2014 | Building Materials

Cubic meters defines volume. You must know how thick the cement will be cast to determine the volume. Therefore in this case 4 x 1.4 x thickness of the casting in meters = cubic meters required. Make sure the thickness is in meters (250 millimeters = 0.25 meters - divide millimeter by 1000 to get meters)

Jan 05, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

no, not enough actual cement for the mix look into getting more.

Sep 16, 2013 | 662606 ARO Grease Pump Package 100:1 Ratio...

generally about 2:3 water to cement. it should say on the bag, if it is too watery add more powder, if it is too thick add more water

Jan 15, 2013 | Building Materials

Max volume 4500_m^3 and smallest 24_m^3. I think you may want the smallest dia.

Sep 16, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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