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  • Steel Foundry Practices and Performance Benchmarking
    Steel Foundry Practices and Performance Benchmarking

    If the typical sand-to-metal ratio is 5 and the binder content is 125, then the typical binder level is 1.25%. It seems that we use a lot of sand by volume. Sand is about 1/5 the density of steel so a 5:1 sand-to-metal ratio means 25 volumes of sand for each casting volume shipped or, at 50% yield, more than ten volumes of sand to steel poured

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  • Sand Casting Design Rules
    Sand Casting Design Rules

    Sand casting is the most popular casting process employed in industry because of its great geometric freedom capability and for its cost ... the square of the volume-to-area ratio of the casting (or casting section). This ... Molten metal enters at high, unchecked velocity and this result in undesired turbulence

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  • Common & Basic Formulas for Mineral Processing Calculations
    Common & Basic Formulas for Mineral Processing Calculations

    Mar 20, 2016 and % Pb in perfect concentrate = 11.545 x 5 = 57.7%. and % Cu in perfect concentrate = 11.545 x 1 = 11.54%. or, directly by (32), % Pb = 86.58 x 5/5 + 2.5 = 57.7%. Similar formulas for other mineral associations, for example, galena and chalcocite

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  • How to Calculate Quantities of Cement, Sand and Aggregate
    How to Calculate Quantities of Cement, Sand and Aggregate

    DLBD of Sand = 1600 kgs/cum. DLBD of Aggregate = 1450 Kgs/Cum. So, Sand required = 0.072*1600 = 115 kgs. and Aggregate required = 0.144*1450 = 209 kgs. Considering water/cement (W/C) ratio of 0.55. We can also arrive at the Water required = 50*0.55 = 27.5 kg

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  • How To Calculate Of Cement, Sand And Aggregate For M10
    How To Calculate Of Cement, Sand And Aggregate For M10

    Quantity of Sand = 0.28 x 1.5 =0.42 m . or Quantity of sand = ( 1.5/5.5) * 1.54= 0.42 m . 1 m =35.3147 Cubic Feet (CFT) Quantity of sand = 0.42 x 35.3147 = 14.832 CFT. Weight of sand = volume x density, Density of Sand = 1650 kg/m^3

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  • How To Calculate Cement, Sand & Aggregates Quantity in
    How To Calculate Cement, Sand & Aggregates Quantity in

    Aug 03, 2018 Consider volume of concrete = 1m3. Dry Volume of Concrete = 1 x 1.54 = 1.54 m3. Sand= (1.5/5.5) x 1.54 = 0.42 m3 ∴ 1.5 is a part of Sand, 5.5 is sum of ratio. Density of Sand is 1450/m3. For KG = 0.42 x 1450 = 609 kg. As we know that 1m3 = 35.31 CFT. For Calculation in Cubic Feet = 0.42 x 35.31 = 14.83 Cubic Feet

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  • Concrete Calculator - Estimate Cement, Sand, Gravel
    Concrete Calculator - Estimate Cement, Sand, Gravel

    Our mix-on-site concrete calculation is based on batching by volume (Large construction sites employ batching by weight which is more exact). You can also estimate the quantity of sand and gravel required by weight; Simply multiply the volumetric quantity of sand and gravel with 1400 kg/m 3 (bulk density of sand) and 1600 kg/m 3 (bulk density of stone) respectively, when calculating in metric units

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  • SAND CALCULATOR [How Much Sand do I Need?]
    SAND CALCULATOR [How Much Sand do I Need?]

    The sand’s density is 100 lb/ft and costs $10 per ton. The calculator would perform the following calculations: $$Area = Length \times Width = 5 ft \times 3 ft = 15 ft^2$$. $$Volume = Area \times Depth = 15 ft^2 \times 2\,in = 2.5 ft^3$$. $$Weight = Volume \times

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  • How to Calculate Ratios: A Step-By-Step Guide
    How to Calculate Ratios: A Step-By-Step Guide

    You can simplify a ratio by dividing both sides by the highest common factor. For example, 12:4 simplified would be 3:1 – both sides of the ratio divided by 4. Equivalent ratios can be divided and/or multiplied by the same number on both sides, so as above, 12:4 is an equivalent ratio to 3:1

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  • How to Calculate Quantities of Cement, Sand and
    How to Calculate Quantities of Cement, Sand and

    The ratio of dry volume to the wet volume of concrete is 1.54. So 1.54 Cum of dry materials (cement, sand and aggregate) is required to produce 1 Cum of concrete. Volume of Cement required = 1/(1+2+4) X 1.54 = 1/7 X 1.54 = 0.22 Cum. Volume of Sand required = 2/7 X 1.54 = 0.44 Cum or 15.53 cft

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  • How To Calculate Cement, Sand And Coarse Aggregate For
    How To Calculate Cement, Sand And Coarse Aggregate For

    Void Ratio – If you fill the shuttering area with blue metal alone it has lots of voids in it which also need to be filled by the other materials such as sand & cement. Such void gap is known as void ratio compressibility which is 20% for coarse aggregate

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  • Common & Basic Formulas for Mineral Processing
    Common & Basic Formulas for Mineral Processing

    Mar 20, 2016 Mar 20, 2016 When a feed containing, say, metal “1” and metal “z,” is divided into three products, e.g., a concentrate rich in metal “1,” another concentrate rich in metal “z,” and a tailing reasonably low in both “l” and “z,” several formulas in terms of assays of these two metals and tonnage of feed can be used to obtain the ratio

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  • how we calculate of Sand, cement and aggregate of M20
    how we calculate of Sand, cement and aggregate of M20

    M20 (1 cement :1.5 sand :3 stone/brick aggregate). To determine the proportions you have to perform mix design, for this you have to find out the sp.gr. of cement, CA, FA, and water cement ratio

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  • Prediction of Solidification Time: Chvorinov's Rule
    Prediction of Solidification Time: Chvorinov's Rule

    Prediction of Solidification Time: Chvorinov's Rule. The amount of heat that must be removed from a casting to cause it to solidify is directly proportional to the amount of superheating and the amount of metal in the casting, or the casting volume. Conversely, the ability to remove heat from a casting is directly related to the amount of exposed surface area through

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  • Quantity Calculator | Parklea Sand and Soil
    Quantity Calculator | Parklea Sand and Soil

    Triangle Beds. (Measure the two sides that meet at the 90 angle) Length of the first side in metres. Length of the second side in metres. Thickness in centimetres. Cubic Metres. What type of

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  • Cement and Sand ratio for brickwork. How to Calculate
    Cement and Sand ratio for brickwork. How to Calculate

    To calculate the sand quantity ; Given that the sand cement ratio is 1:5. So, sand required is (.30 5)/6=.25cum. When converted into kg =.25 1440=360Kg. If you are looking for construction cost calculator then have a look on it here. With this simple formula, it is easy to estimate the amount of cement consumption required for brick masonry

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  • Calculate Cement Sand & Aggregate – M20, M15, M10, M5 Ratio
    Calculate Cement Sand & Aggregate – M20, M15, M10, M5 Ratio

    106 Comments on Calculate Cement Sand & Aggregate – M20, M15, M10, M5 Ratio Proper calculation and relative proportioning of materials are important to produce a good quality concrete. Let’s see some simple techniques used by engineers to calculate cement, sand, coarse aggregate (gravel or Jalli) and water needed to produce different grades

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  • How to calculate cement sand and aggregate quantity in
    How to calculate cement sand and aggregate quantity in

    3) calculate sand quantity in m15 concrete. 4) calculate aggregate quantity in m15 concrete. 5) calculate water quantity in m15 concrete. Calculate dry volume of concrete quantity in m15 concrete. Mix ratio = 1:2:4. Total P = 1+2+4=7. Part of cement = 1/7. Part of sand = 2/7. Part of aggregate = 4/7. Assume volume of conc. = 1m3. So wet volume

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