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**(sec 1700) / IS 10262-1982 / IS 456-2000
**

1

1.1 Grade of concrete mix design desired N/mm 2

1.2 Charateristic compressive strength Kg/cm2 at 28 days

1.3 Nominal max size of aggregate - mm

1.4 Type of course aggregate

1.5 Type or Brand of cement

1.6 Type of structure

1.7 Type of sand ( fine aggregate )

1.8 Degree of workability ( slump ) mm

1.9 Degree of quality control

1.1 Type of Exposure

1.11

**Specific gravity of materials
**

a)

cement

b)

sand

c)

coarse agg

**1.12 Target mean strength of concrete M.O.R.T. & H. sec 1700,
**

1700 - 5

table

**1.13 Water cement ratio ( fig I - IS 10262 - 1982 )
**

1.14 Water req per cubic meter of concrete ( table 1 ) table 4 10262-1982)

1.15

(IS

**Cement test results
**

a)

b)

Setting time

:

initial

:

final

Compressive strengt :

3 days

7 days

2

2.1

Grading

Grading of course aggregates is given in table I

3 9.6 79.1982 for the target mean strength of 47.50 water cement ratio for moderate exposure conditions as per IS 456 .9 Note : Combined gradings conforms IS 383 .0 N / mm2.7 53.325 which max 0.9 3.3 11.18 0.1982 for 20mm nominal max size aggregate water content per cubic meter of concrete is 18 sand content as percentage of total aggregate by absolute volume is = change in values in water cement ratio.8 65.5 From table 4 of 10262 .3 86.8 0 II 50% 50 50 39.8 100 1.65 4.table I IS sieve sizes mm 40 20 10 4.2 Selection of water and sand content max = 0.36 1.9 0.1970 2. water cement ratio required is 0.325 3.1 F.2000 so w/c ratio = 0.75 2.75 Analisis of coarse agg fraction ( percent passing ) I II 20 mm 10 mm 100 100 97.M.8 Percentage I 50% 50 48. compacting factor and sand belonging to grading zone II .1 Target mean strength of concrete N/mm 2 3.1.1 Selection of water cement ratio From fig 1 of IS 10262 .15 100 97.18 3 Calculations for Mix Design 3.00 4. for grading zone II 3.1.2 Fine aggregates ( sand ) table II IS sieve size mm Percent passing by weight 10.30 0.60 0.

379) see next page i. 0.4 Determinatin of coarse and fine aggregates From table 3 of IS 10262-1982 for max size aggregate of 20 mm the amount of entrapped air in wet concrete is 2 % (assumed ) Takng this equation into account applying equation as per IS 10262.93 .5 and lit/m3 Therefore required sand content as percentage of total aggregate by absolute volume = Required water content = 3.12 3.1.9 -22.0 Reduce water while using super plastisizer 1.0 For increase in compacting factor ( 0. and as such trail is made with cement kg /m 3 450 and w/c adopted as per equation Water cement ratio adopted for 450 kg cement = therefore cement required = 3.e.5.1970 0.0. 0.e.3.40 kg cement is higher than max limit of 450 kg /m 3.3 Determination of cement content Water cement ratio = Water = Cement = 525.80 ) i.5 lit / m 3 -22.Change in conditions Adjustments required in water content percent For decrese in water cement ratio by ( 0.the calculations are as follows .0.60 .9 For sand conforming to zone II of IS 383 .1.221 0.1.5 total 3.

0 3.4.75 + 450.8738 ] 980 = [ 313.75 + 450.39 = fa 0.0 3. Ca 2.826 550. fa 2.57 kg For coarse aggregates V = [ W + C Sc + 1 1-p .7 ] 980 = [ 170.39 = [ Ca ] 0.306 .75 + 142.From table 3 of IS 10262-1982 for max size aggregate of 20 mm the amount of entrapped air in wet concrete is 2 % (assumed ) Takng this equation into account applying equation as per IS 10262.98 m3 Ca 1.7 ] 980 = [ 170.826 ] 980 = [ 313.61 + ] 666.1.98 m3 so fine aggregates = * 550.75 + 142.1.8571 + Ca 1.1. fa Sfa ] * = [ 170.826 ] 666.694 . For fine aggregates V = [ W + C Sc + 1 p .the calculations are as follows 1 * 2% = 0.57 = fa substituting the values 0.8738 * .02 3.86 + fa 0.15 + 1 0.61 + fa 0.5.3. Ca Sca ] * = [ 170.15 + 1 0.

77 .379 1 fine aggregate 550.57 ratio 1.8738 1248.75 cement 450.0 0.68 kg Proportions comes out as water 170.68 2.22 coarse aggregate 1248.68 = Ca so coarse aggregates = 1248.1.

325 186 Kg / Lit 132 min 275 min 290 Kg/cm2 405 Kg/cm2 .15 2.2 / IS 456-2000 35 N/mm2 350 Kg/cm2 20 mm crushed OPC Grade 43 Pile Cap uncrushed 40 .7 2.7 47 N/mm2 0.75 Good Moderate 3.

9 40.325 which is lower than per IS 456 .5 4.4 of IS 383-1970 47 N/mm2 ratio required is 0.2000 ubic meter of concrete is 186 kg / lit and volume is 35 % longing to grading zone II .Combined 100% 100 98.9 Remarks conforms grading zone II of table .

75 lit / m3 0.4 0.75 lit / m3 525.325 170.379 450.4 30.0 kg / m3 .6 % 170.40 kg / m3 de with cement kg /m 3 0.djustments required in sand in total aggregate percent -4.0 -4.0 0.

1 1000 1 1000 1 1000 1 1000 .

.

Density ( g = avg of f) GMM (max sp gr of mix without air voids)(h) %age of bitumen by mix (i) MARSHALL TEST RE No of blows a 2 3 75 each end Bitumen temp 170 oC Aggregate temp.S.432 4.5 66.294 2.5 526 525.295 2.5 1208.289 2.c) Bulk Density (gm/cc) ( f=b/e) Avg.5 2. 160-175 oC Mixing temp 160 oC Compaction temp Calibration factor of proving ring 150 oC 3.5 523.5 1 66.298 2.5 66 .no Thickness of specimen (mm) measured (a) Wt of mould (gms) in air (b) Wt of mould (gms) in water ( c) Wt of mould SSD (gms) in air ( d) Vol of mould (cc) (e = d .55 b c d e f g h i 1204 1206 1203 683 686 685 1209 1211.

Factor) k % age of aggregate by wt of mix Materials Reading of proving ring (o) j Bitumen by weight of aggregate (%) ( j= (i/(100-i)*100) SHALL TEST RESULTS Sp.9 q r s .6 mm W2 15 G2 2.68 16.640 Fine agg W3 28 G3 2.Total voids in mineral aggregates (Vma) (%) (m=100-((k-g)/Gsb) Voids filled with bitumen(Vfb)(%) (n=((m-l)/m)*100) 4.96 0.49 65.610 1.622 Hydrated lime Grade of bitumen W4 2 CRMB .620 5. Gravity 10 mm W1 55 G1 2.96 0.Gr of total mix ( Gsb = 100 / (W1/G1+W2/G2+W3/G3+W4/G4) 2.8 3 2.60 G4 2.02 Bulk Sp.58 o p Flow (mm) (s) n Corrected load (r = p x q ) m Correction factor height (q) l Air voids in mix Va (%) (l=(h-g)/h)*100) % age Observed ( p = n x cal.96 988 1005 971 2.712 95.623 290 295 285 1030 1047 1012 0.5 5.

9 .Avg flow (mm) (t = avg of s) t 2.

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