Sunday, 14 January 2018

How To Calculate The Unit Weight of M.S Angle For Billing

How To Calculate The Unit Weight of M.S Angle For Billing

MS Angles are L-shaped structural steel defined by dimension of sides & thickness. 
For Example : 20 x 20 x 3 which means, both the sides of angles are 20 mm & thickness is of 3 mm. 
There are various sizes of angles which are as follows :

The data given above is indicative. Actual weights may slightly vary. 
There is not hard rule to calculate the unit weight of Mild steel angles. 
Suppose you have 20 m M.S Angles of size 20 x 20 x 3 stacked at your site. And you want to know the total weight of M.S Angles. Then first you need to find out the unit weight of M.S Angle (20 x 20 x 3). The process of finding the unit weight is very simple. Here is a video by Er. Mukesh Sah from 
L & T - Learning Technology, explaining How to calculate the weight of M.S Angles for billing purpose.Watch the video carefully. After that multiply Total length of MS Angles (here 20 m) with unit weight to get the Total weight of M.S Angles stacked at your site.

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Friday, 12 January 2018

HR Interview Questions and Answers For Freshers - Part 2

Q.1. Can you work under pressure ?
Answer : Definitely yes sir. This is the basic quality to get success in any field. If a person need success in his/her career, he/she should be ready to face these, and maximum of those situations end up with new learning experience.

Q.2. If you won 10 Million Dollar lottery, would you still work  ?
Answer : Definitely yes sir. I wont leave because money will not teach anything but our company will teach how to earn more than 10 Million Dollar. So I will continue my work.

Q.3. Would you lie for the company ?
Answer : It depends on the situation. If it is good for the company but not guilt for anyone other. Then it will be fine for me because as per my opinion if I used to lie somebody without any harm to anybody I wont bother to lie. But I can find an alternative way to solve the problem because every problem has a solution. You just need to discover it.

Q.4. What makes you angry ?
Answer : Every human nature will get angry when things around his/her feel uncomfortable, even me also. But I believe, I have some skills to handle my anger to avoid unnecessary situations.

Q.5. Are you willing to relocate or travel ?
Answer : My job is my primary priority and where I stay is my secondary priority. So Yes, I can. Relocate provides me to know a new culture, new atmosphere & new people to share the new things & improve the skills also.

Q.6. How do you feel about working nights and weekends ?
Answer : Sir, I frankly answer you that everybody wants to enjoy weekend but if the company really want me to work at the weekend it is my honour and I definitely put my all efforts in improving the organisation. I have no problem in working nights and weekends if I am a part of this company, then it is my duty to be there when company needs me.

Q.7. What are your outside interests ?
Answer : My outside interest is playing outdoor games. I always eager to know about the latest technologies introduced in our countries. During travelling I would mostly prefer to solve puzzles or sudoku. I spend sometimes with listening to soft filmy songs. That's all. 

Q.8. Where do you see yourself five years from now ?
Answer : After 5 years, I would like to see myself working in the same organisation. I see myself growing with this company and reaching a position where I become a valuable asset for the organisation.

Q.9. How do you define success and how do you measure up to your own definition ?
Answer : Success is moments. Like for instance if I will be placed in your company that will be the success for me. Likewise, After 10 years I want to be in the top managerial position of your company, I will be successful. Definition of success changes with time. So, in brief at the end of the day, if you are satisfied and happy with your work then you are successful. 

Q.10. On a scale of one to ten, rate me as an interviewer ?

Answer : I cant judge anyone in such a short period because this is the special ability of HR person and I am not HR. But I definitely say that I feel good to interact with you.

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Sunday, 29 October 2017

Bulking OF Aggregates

The Free moisture content in fine aggregate results in bulking of volume. Bulking phenomenon can be explained as Follows : 

Free moisture forms a film around each particle. This film of moisture exerts what is known as surface tension which keeps the neighbouring particles away from it. Similarly, the force exerted by surface tension keeps every particle away from each other. Therefore, no point contact is possible between the particles. This cause bulking of the volume. The extent of surface tension and consequently how far the adjacent particles are kept away will depend upon the percentage of moisture content and the particle size of the fine aggregate. It is interesting to note that the bulking increases with the increase in moisture content upto a certain limit and beyond that the further increases in the moisture content results in the decrease in the volume and at a moisture content representing saturation point, the fine aggregates shows no bulking. It can be seen from the figure below, that fine sand bulks more and coarse sand bulks less.

From these it follows that the coarse aggregate also bulks but the bulking is so little that it is always neglected. Extremely fine sand and particularly the manufactured fine aggregate bulks as much as about 40 %. 

        Due to the bulking, fine aggregate shows completely unrealistic volume. Therefore, it is absolutely necessary that consideration must be given to the effect of bulking in proportioning the concrete by volume. If cognisance is not given to the effect of bulking, in case of volume batching, the resulting concrete is likely to be undersanded and harsh. It will also affect the yield of concrete for a given cement content. 

           The extent of bulking can be estimated by a simple field test. A sample of moist fine aggregate is filled into a measuring cylinder in the normal manner. Note down the level, say H1. Pour water into the measuring cylinder and completely inundate the sand and shake it. Since the volume of the saturated sand is the same as that of the dry sand, the inundated sand completely offsets the bulking effect. Note down the level of the sand say, H2. Then H1 - H2 shows the bulking of the sample of sand under test.
Percentage of Bulking = [(H1 - H2)/H2] x 100 

           In a similar way the bulking factor can be found out by filling the wet sand in a water tight measuring box (farma) up to the top and then pour water to inundate the sand. Then measure the subsidence of sand and express it as a percentage. This gives a more realistic picture of the bulking factor. 

           The field test to find out the percentage of bulking is so simple that this would be conducted in a very short time interval and the percentage of bulking so found out could be employed for correcting the volume of fine aggregate to be used. This can be considered as one of the important methods of field control to produce quality concrete. Since volume batching is not adopted for controlled concrete, the determination of the percentage of moisture content is not normally required. The quantity of water could be controlled by visual examination of the mix and by experience. The percentage of free moisture content is required to be determined and correction made only when weigh batching is adopted for production of quality concrete.

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

What are the Number of Concrete Cube Samples Taken for Different Volume

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What are the Grades of Concrete as per IS 456 : 2000

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How To Calculate Volume of Trapezoidal Footing at Site

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Thursday, 20 July 2017

How to Calculate Concrete Volume For Slump Test

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