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Construction and Design of Multistorey Building-04

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Construction and Design of Multistorey Building

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BINDING MATERIALS

 Chicken wire mesh between

brick masonry and concrete
 Connection of pipes with
concrete
 Chicken wire mesh in
conduits through concrete

WATER PROOFING
 Water proofing has remained as an unsolved complex problem
 Use of plasticizers, super plasticizers, air-entraining agents

helps in reducing the permeability of concrete by reducing the
requirement of mixing water, hence can be also be regarded as
waterproof material.
 Some of approved water-proofing compound by the company

are:- pidilite, cico, fosroe, baushimine, unitile.


Water-proofing cement paint:- super snoweem

WATER PROOFING

 Water proofing in sunken

portion of kitchen and
bathroom
 WP in sunken portion at
ground level
 WP in retaining wall

WATER PROOFING IN GARDEN AREA
 For water proofing in garden area the soil is first leveled and







then rammed to achieve the maximum density
The PCC is then laid down mixed with tape Crete (a water
proofing compound)
After PCC the plaster of fibrous material is done.
the bituminous sheets are laid by heating it with the welder. On
those sheets the drainage pipes are laid down with suitable
slope and these pipes are covered with geo-fabric sheets.
Again the plaster is done. On the plaster the 40 mm aggregates
are laid.
On the aggregate the geo-fabric sheets are laid down on which
the sand is placed & on the sand the soil ,along with fertilizers,
is placed on which the gardening is done for the non tower area.

WATER PROOFING IN GARDEN AREA
 Sandy soil
 PCC mixed with tape







Crete (water proof
compound)
Texas (bitumen) sheet
Drainage pipe
40 mm aggregate
Geo-fabric sheet
Sand

PROJECT 2
BONDED SLAB POST TENSIONING

INTRODUCTION/BENEFITS
 Post-tensioning is a method of reinforcing (strengthening)

concrete or other materials with high-strength steel strands or
bars, typically referred to as tendons


allows longer clear spans, thinner slabs

 lower overall building height for the same floor-to-floor height.
 allows a high degree of flexibility in the column layout, span

lengths and ramp configurations

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