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Discussion Forum : Building Construction - Section 4 (Q.No. 2)
2.
The concrete slump recommended for foundations, is
25 to 50 mm
30 to 125 mm
50 to 100 mm
75 to 125 mm
none of these.
Answer: Option
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Discussion:
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Adeel Rehman said:   4 years ago
Reinforced foundation, footings, and walls -> 50-100.mm.
Reinforced slabs and beams -> 30-125.mm.
Columns -> 75-125.mm.

Pavements -> 25-50.mm.
Mass concrete structure -> 25-50.
Unreinforced footings -> 25-75.
Bridge decks -> 25-75.mm.
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Subbu said:   5 years ago
For slabs and beams, it should be 30 to 125.
For columns 75 to 125.
For foundation, it should be 50 to 100.

Aijaz said:   5 years ago
It should be 75mm to 125 mm.

Virender Paul said:   6 years ago
How? Explain the answer.

Ibrahim Adel said:   9 years ago
If the slump is around this range it will be too much tight & not flow able specially in case of ares if more steel (Main & Extra Steel), I See that the slump start from 75 mm to 125 mm, However this mentioned slump from 50 mm to 10 mm is recommended for Gunite Concrete.

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