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Building Material Construction Planning

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Type: NoteInstitute: JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Views: 25Uploaded: 7 months agoAdd to Favourite

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CONTENTS Chapter No. Name of the chapter No. of periods 1. Stones 10 1 2. Bricks 10 16 3. Cement 10 43 4. Sand 10 54 5. Mortar 09 60 6. Concrete 10 70 7. Timber 09 80 8. Miscellaneous Building Materials 20 95 9. Types of Buildings 05 120 10. Foundations 15 132 11. Masonry 05 156 12. Floors 07 194 13. Roofs 10 208 14. Damp proof & Fire proof 07 233 Construction MODEL PAPER REFERENCE BOOKS INDEX Pg. No.
INDEX A Appliances for lifting stones Ashlar masonry B Bearing power of soil Black cotton soil Bonds in brickwork Brick masonry Brick Partitions Built-up sections Concrete sheet piles Cost of formwork Curing of concrete Curved roofs D Damp proofing Dead load Doors and windows Double roofs Drainage of pitched and flat roofs Dressing of stone surfaces Bulking of sand Buttresses E C Earth rammers Effects of dampness External finishes Causes of dampness Cavity walls Cement concrete construction Cement concrete piles Composite floors Composite masonry Concrete mixers F Fire protection in buildings Fire protection systems Floors and floorings Footings Formwork
Foundations for machines Framed structures G Grading of aggregates Grillage foundations Group of piles Guniting I Increasing the bearing power of soil J Joints in stone masonry Junctions K King-post truss L Lightweight concrete Methods of sound insulation Methods of timbering O Objects of foundations Ornamental brickwork P Partitions Piers Pile foundations Pile hammers Pitched roofs Plastering Pointed arch Pointing Pre-cast concrete Proportioning concrete Purlin roofs Q Load bearing piles Quality control of concrete Queen-post truss Loads on foundations Quoins Live load M Method of dropping a weight Methods of damp-proofing R Raft foundations Reinforced brickwork Retaining walls
Roof coverings for pitched roofs Roofs Rooter Round bars Rubble masonry U S Vibrators Sand piles W Scaffolding V Ventilation Ventilators in pitched roofs Wall paper Screw piles Water-cement ratio Shoring Water proofing of flat roofs Single roofs Wedges Stairs Wells Stone masonry Structures in brickwork T Timber floors Timber piles Timber sheet piles Tools used in masonry Tools used in masonry Trussed roofs Types of floorings Uses of piles Window sills Workability Z Zig-zag Bond brick stone

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