Construction Materials

Construction Materials section is primarily concerned with the development of new or improved materials for constructing Civil Engineering structures, also involved in design of materials and methods to repair existing structures that may be damaged due to certain reasons.

Information on latest research in materials is very important for  construction technology and design of structures.

Cement, Concrete and steel are the most common materials used in construction. Bitumen, Asphalt, Timber, Aluminium, ceramic, glass, PVC and Copper etc are also used for additional works.

It is very important to know the properties of the materials before using them. The commonly used materials for construction should be tested for mechanical properties, thermal properties, chemical properties and electrical properties. Material properties should conform to the standards adopted in the country e.g., ASTM, AASHTO, British Standards (BS) or  Eurocode etc.

The links on this page will lead you to get information about Concrete, Cement, Timber, Steel, Ceramic, Glass and Plastics etc.

Reinforced concreteNew

Analysis and design of reinforced concrete structures

You can also select from the following links of solved examples to get prepared for your exams like GATE and GRE.

Excellent Calculators

Stress Transformation Calculator
Calculate Principal Stress, Maximum shear stress and the their planes

Calculator for Moving Load Analysis
To determine Absolute Max. B.M. due to moving loads.

Bending Moment Calculator
Calculate bending moment & shear force for simply supported beam

Moment of Inertia Calculator
Calculate moment of inertia of plane sections e.g. channel, angle, tee etc.

Reinforced Concrete Calculator
Calculate the strength of Reinforced concrete beam

Moment Distribution Calculator
Solving indeterminate beams

Deflection & Slope Calculator
Calculate deflection and slope of simply supported beam for many load cases

Fixed Beam Calculator
Calculation tool for beanding moment and shear force for Fixed Beam for many load cases

BM & SF Calculator for Cantilever
Calculate SF & BM for Cantilever

Deflection & Slope Calculator for Cantilever
For many load cases of Cantilever

Overhanging beam calculator
For SF & BM of many load cases of overhanging beam

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