1.54 is a factor that helps us to **convert the Wet Volume of Concrete** into Dry Volume. So that we can calculate the number of materials in dry condition. 1.54 is nothing but a 54 percent increment of Wet volume of concrete along with Wet Volume.

Besides, What is meant by dry volume of concrete?

1) dry volume means **volume of ingredient of concrete like sand cement and aggregate in mix dry condition before adding water**. Wet volume means volume of ingredient of concrete like sand cement and aggregate in wet mix after adding water. 2) dry volume of concrete is approx 54% is more than wet volume of concrete.

Keeping this in mind, Why is 1.54 dry volume? From there we obtain wet volume of concrete. So to calculate quantity of raw material we need to convert wet volume to dry volume. So , 1.54 is **conversion factor of wet volume to dry volume of concrete**.

Related Contents

- 1 What is meaning of dry volume?
- 2 How do you calculate PCC?
- 3 What means dry concrete?
- 4 What is dry volume of plaster?
- 5 What is the dry volume of mortar?
- 6 What is the volume of cement bag?
- 7 What is 1.33 in the dry volume of cement?
- 8 How do you calculate dry volume of plaster?
- 9 How do you do PCC in construction?
- 10 What is the PCC ratio?
- 11 How do you calculate construction material quantity?
- 12 How do you dry concrete?
- 13 How can you tell if concrete is dry?
- 14 How long does concrete take to dry?
- 15 How do you calculate plaster work?
- 16 What is the density of plaster?
- 17 How do you calculate volume of a mortar?
- 18 How do you calculate the volume of a brick mortar?
- 19 What is the density of mortar?
- 20 How do I calculate volume of 50kg cement bag?
- 21 What is the volume of 1 kg of cement?
- 22 How many Litres is a bag of cement?

## What is meaning of dry volume?

n. **A system of units for measuring dry commodities** such as grains, fruits, and vegetables.

## How do you calculate PCC?

Suppose we have project of making concrete pavement of area 100m2 and slab thickness of PCC is 150 mm. Now we have to calculate dry volume calculating dry volume we should **multiply a cofactor 1.54 in wet volume**. Mix ratio in M15 grade = 1:2:4 one part cement two part is sand and 4 part is aggregate.

**What means dry concrete?**

Drying of concrete is defined as **providing the proper conditions to allow the concrete to achieve a moisture condition appropriate for its intended use**.

**What is dry volume of plaster?**

Dry volume of motor required for plastering = 1.27 X Wet volume of plaster = 1.27 X 0.12 = **0.1524 cu**.

**What is the dry volume of mortar?**

To calculate the dry volume of the cement mortar, we have to add 33% extra to the wet mortar mix. So, the dry volume of the mortar = wet volume + 33% wet volume. = 1cum + 33% of 1 cum. = 1 + 0.33 = **1.33cum**.

**What is the volume of cement bag?**

Volume of 1 bag cement is around 1.226 cft (cubic feet) or 0.034722 m3 (cubic meter) which is approximately equal to **34.5 liters**.

**What is 1.33 in the dry volume of cement?**

So, the dry volume of the mortar = wet volume + 33% wet volume. = 1cum + 33% of 1 cum. = 1 + **0.33** = 1.33cum.

**How do you calculate dry volume of plaster?**

Calculation of quantity of material for 12 mm thick plaster of ratio 1: 6 (1 Cement:6 Sand) in the wall for 100 Sqm

- Quantity of Cement = 2/(1+6) × 1 (1 Ratio of cement) …
- In Kg = 0.30 × 1440 (Density of cement = 1440 kg/m3) …
- Quantity of Sand = 2/(1+6) × 6 (6 Ratio of sand) …
- In Cubic Feet = 63.558 cft (1 Cum = 35.31 cft)

**How do you do PCC in construction?**

PCC Ratio. PCC concrete mix ratio is **1:5:10**, which Means 1 part of cement, 5 parts of sand, and 10 parts of aggregate. PCC in construction is used to make a level bed for footing.

**What is the PCC ratio?**

Ration of materials in PCC: The ratio of cement, sand and brick chips in foundation or basement should be **1:3:6**.

**How do you calculate construction material quantity?**

Approximate cost on various work of material to complete the construction

for 1000 ft

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- Total Cost. = Builtup area × Approx cost per sq. ft. = 1000 × 1000. = 1000000.00 Rs. …
- Amount of Aggregate Required. = Builtup area × 0.608. = 1000 × 0.608. = 608.00 Ton. …
- Flooring. = Builtup area × 1.3. = 1000 × 1.3. = 1300.00 Sq.

**How do you dry concrete?**

How Concrete Dries. Concrete **dries as the water inside it evaporates through its surface**. As this water evaporates through the surface, water from deep within the concrete moves through the capillaries and up to the surface to replace it. As long as the surrounding air can hold more water vapor, evaporation continues.

**How can you tell if concrete is dry?**

**24 to 48 hours** – after inital set, forms can be removed and people can walk on the surface. 7 days – after partial curing, traffic from vehicles and equipment is okay. 28 days – at this point, the concrete should be fully cured.

**How long does concrete take to dry?**

Concrete typically takes **24 to 48 hours** to dry enough for you to walk or drive on it. However, concrete drying is a continuous and fluid event, and usually reaches its full effective strength after about 28 days.

**How do you calculate plaster work?**

Note: By considering dry density of sand = 1550 kg/m

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Strength of plastering/nominal mix:

Plaster type | Description |
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15mm | 15 MM cement plaster is required on the rough side of 9” and 4.5” wall. |

18mm | 18 MM thick cement plaster with neat cement slurry is required for making ‘Dado’ with the cement concrete flooring. |

**What is the density of plaster?**

Density of Some Common Building Materials

Material | ||
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Gravel, with sand |
120 lb/ft^{
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1,920 kg/m^{
3
} |

3/8 inch Gypsum or Plaster Board |
1.56 lb/ft^{
2
} |
7.62 kg/m ^{
2
} |

1/2 inch Gypsum or Plaster Board |
2.08 lb/ft^{
2
} |
10.2 kg/m^{
2
} |

5/8 inch Gypsum or Plaster Board |
2.60 lb/ft^{
2
} |
12.7 kg/m^{
2
} |

**How do you calculate volume of a mortar?**

Mix Ratio 1:4

- Cement (bags) Cement = 1/5 x (volume of mortar) = 1/5 x 3.28. = 0.656 m3 (volume of 1 bag of cement = 0.035 m3) = 0.656/0.035. Cement = 18.74 bags = 19 bags.
- Sand (cu.ft) Sand = 4/5 x 3.28. Sand = 2.62 m3.

**How do you calculate the volume of a brick mortar?**

No. of bricks required per 1 m

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brickwork = 1 / (0.2 × 0.1 × 0.1) = 500 nos.

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Mortar Calculation in Brickwork.

Ratio | Cement | Sand |
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1:4 |
0.6 m^{
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2.4 m^{
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1:5 |
0.5 m^{
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2.5 m^{
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} |

1:6 |
0.45 m^{
3
}(13 bags) |
2.7 m^{
3
} |

**What is the density of mortar?**

Density of cement mortar measured in kg/m3 is around **2162 kg/m3**, when it is measured in g/cm3, then their density is 2.162 g/cm3, measured in lb/ft3 which is equal as 135 lb/ ft3 (2162× 0.0624 = 135 lb/ft3) and in kN/m3 is 21.62.

**How do I calculate volume of 50kg cement bag?**

How do I calculate volume of 50 Kg cement bag?

- Density of cement = 1440 kg/ m³
- 1 bag = 50 kg of cement.
- 1 m³ = 35.3147 cubic feet.
- 1 m³ = 10³ liters.

**What is the volume of 1 kg of cement?**

How many liters of Portland cement are in 1 kilogram? The answer is: The change of 1 kg – kilo ( kilogram ) unit of Portland cement measure equals = to **0.66 L ( liter )** as the equivalent measure for the same Portland cement type.

**How many Litres is a bag of cement?**

A bag of cement has a mass of 50 kg and a volume of approximately **33 litres** when packed at the factory.

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