construction

  • kcon resorvoir
    30
    Apr

    Reservoir – Dam Structure, Cross Section & Terminologies

    Dam – reservoir Structure,  Cross Section ( Spillway. Sluice,water Level , Toe, Gallery, Heel ) What is reservoir The part of catchment’s area behind (upstream) the dam in which...

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  • KCON Sustainable Construction
    21
    Apr

    Sustainable Construction

    Sustainable Construction is the selection of materials or products for the construction activities in terms of reducing the use of natural resources, ability of reusing the materials and reducing...

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  • 14
    Apr

    Foundations – Types of foundations

    Foundations Foundations are commonly well known as substructures that are positioned below the ground level and they transfer the structural load to the ground. Foundation of a building as...

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  • 02
    Apr

    Brick Work – Types, Bonds,Tests

    Introduction Construction evidences with brickwork from many parts of the world reflects the existence of brickwork even from prehistoric time and the impossibleness of construction without bricks. Brick work...

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  • 23
    Mar

    Concrete Road Design in Rural Area in Sri lanka

    Concrete surfaces are created using a concrete mix of Portland cement, coarse aggregate, sand and water. Key Points of the Project Dimension : 150 mm (6 inch) thickness of Concrete...

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  • 15
    Mar

    Structural Failure On Reinforce Concrete – Shear Force And Analysis

    In civil Engineering, most of the structures are designed with reinforcement in order to accomplish the desired load for a desired period of time. The common reasons for the...

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  • kcon brick wall
    21
    Feb

    How to build a brick wall – Bricklaying in Construction

    There are several types of bonds used in construction English Flemish – Single /Double Stretcher Garden wall – English /Flemish Header Facing Dutch Raking – Herring / Diagonal Zigzag English...

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  • 05
    Feb

    What is honeycomb in construction

    Honey combs can be simply be defined as a rough, pitted surface or voids in concrete resulting from incomplete filling of the concrete against the formwork, often caused by using concrete that is too stiff...

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  • 29
    Jan

    Types of foundation repair

    Before start on with types of foundation repair, any one may have the doubt, how to identify the foundation problems? For them, following are some of the reasons which...

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