25 x 5 x .5 = 62.5 cf / 27 = 2.31 cubic yards. Order 3.
Oops . . . please repost your question and include the depth of the concrete. You have to have all 3 dimensions in order to calculate volume (Cubic Yards of concrete).
That is about 135 cu ft., or 5 yards
6x18=108sqft 108divided by 80=1.35yards
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You must do it in this order: Concrete Detail, Concrete Detail, Commentary.
Convert the measurement in square feet to square yards and the thickness in inches to yards. 3 feet = 1 yard 9 square feet = 1 square yard. : 1100 square feet = 1100/9 = 122.2222 sq yards 36 inches = 1 yard 5 inches = 5/36 = 0.13888 yards. The amount of concrete required = 122.2222 x 0.13888 = 16.975 cubic yards In practice, an order would be sent for 17 cubic yards of concrete.
What is likely to be an order of concrete carried by a truck to make a garage floor
for a concrete order, I would calculate the cubic footage first: 15 X 31 X 0.33 (4 inches) =153.45 cubic feet. there are 27 cubic feet in one cubic yard, so 154 (round up in construction--believe me..) again 154 divide by 27 is a concrete order of 5.703 cubic yards. cheers mate!
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Yes, the vacuum dewatered concrete requires curing in order to gain its strength.The concrete is cured for 28 days.
10.67 cubic yards. Adjusting for safety, you should order a minimum of 11.5 cubic yards.
15X15X.33(4/12 there is 4 inches in a foot therefor 4" is .33 of a foot) equals 74.25 cf of concrete divide by 27 (three demensional object for yards) 2.75 Cubic Yards. if you try to order .75 cubic yards of concrete you will be laughed at, just order 3 cubic yards and make a entrance path. good luck.
One inch is equivalent to 0.039370 millimetres. In order to convert the measurements one should divide the amount of millimetres by 0.039370 to find the length in inches.
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Concrete has great compressional strength but very weak torque resistance. That means when the ground underneath concrete paths settles or erodes the concrete will crack. In order to determine where the concrete will crack the constructors leave faults in it. So when the concrete does crack it does so in such a manner that the path is still functional and aesthetic.
3.70 yards and you will order 4 yards to have enough. (30 x 10 x 1/3) = 100 cubic feet Divided by 27 = 3.704 cubic yards
111.11 cubic yards, but adjusting for safety, you should order a minimum of 116 cubic yards to account for waste, spillage, over-excavation, settlement, spreading of forms, loss of entrained air or any other changes in volume.
18.52 cubic yards. Adjusting for safety, you should order a minimum of 19.5 cubic yards.
Rebar is used to strengthen concrete because of its strength and flexibility. In order for these rods to work, there must be ample space between the rebar and the edge of the concrete piece.
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First you must change all measurements to one common unit of measurement.Therefore, the dimensions of the concrete block need to be converted from INCHES (in) to FEET (ft).To convert INCHES to FEET: Divide the number of INCHES by 12.The dimensions of the concrete block now are:Length = 1.33 ftWidth = 0.5 ftSquare footage = Lenght X WidthNow you can calculate how many concrete blocks are required to fill an area of 167 square feet.1.33 ft X 0.5 ft = Total square footage of ONE concrete block167 ft2 = Total square footage requiredLet 'CB' = the number of concrete blocks1.33 ft X 0.5 ft X CB = 167 ft20.665 ft2 X CB = 167 ft2CB = 167 ft2 ÷ 0.665 ft2CB = 251.13251.13 concrete blocks are required to fill 167 ft2.Therefore, you will require 252 concrete blocks in order to fill your 167 ft2 area.I hope this is helpful.
It is typically measures in cubic yards. Anything over 2 cubic yards is a lot of mixing, so you'd likely want to order that from a concrete company in a ready mix concrete truck.
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You would need 5.26 cubic yards of concrete based on the concrete calculator found at the related link below. 5.5 deep is hard to guarantee in every spot of the slab, so order extra. You would really want between 5.5 and 6 cubic yards. You don't ever want to be short. If this is an exterior slab that would be exposed to freezing conditions, make sure to order air entrainment and 4,000 psi concrete and don't add an more than 1 gallon of water per cubic yard of concrete. If you want it to be more loose, then ask for a low range water reducer in the mix.
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