This video show how to efficiently manage the form works during the construction of buildings or structures.
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And if one messes up all one needs to do is knock down the concrete with a recking ball and pour again so pretty easy removal / reinstallation of things in some cases
Though curious on when the civil engineers choose concrete with steel griders as opposed to just concrete and reinforcement/rebar mesh with out the steel griders. I imagine it is mostly for taller buildings or buildings that need more strength support they add the steel girders. Though curious if one uses steel girders and concrete could one make the procedure safer by pouring the concrete the adding steel on top so one never has to walk on bare steel girders that are open to high elevations near non-edges of the structure... if one could then the saftey issue would be less of an issue when installing steel griders for these buildings
looks to me as well that completely concrete high rise buildings are less dangerous then standing on steel griders. heck if i was offered to help out in building a high rise structure i would defintely do one if it is concrete based floor over floor ... not so scare in this cases mostly always high but never walking on beams to do things. Though i would take a lot of precaution around the edges. Seems the bulk of the work is setting up meshes,staging/forms and letting the concrete machine do its work as well as manually maybe aggited and shape the concrete at each floor
if they where made light enough then a whole high rise building could be done with limited heavy duty equipment with enough people setting up rebar mesh ,staging and a few concrete machine operators. Depending on how many man hours it takes to pour a floor and have it harden enough to pour on top/build on top it could be possible to build a high rise concrete building structure in not to long with limited equipment. Obviously only building the structure not the actual plumbing,hvac,electrical or functional inner workings of the building.... but the structure is i would say 65/70% of the completed high rise building to a project manager/construction high rise contractor
great video showing how to pour a concrete high rise building one thing i cann't quite see is how they secured the wire rebar mesh but the metal staging seems to be simple slide in bolts that one can easilly install /remove for easy take down of the staging onces the concrete has hardend and one is ready to move up to the next floor level for the next floor. Curious if the metal staging/forms are made light enough for manually lifting or do they need a crane for installation/removal of these molding foms
It looks like every floor's concrete is NOT connected to the next floor's concrete, but just held together by the metal bars. Is this strong enough? In an earth quake, would floors separate like a stack of bricks?
In taking up Engineering, Is it necessarily to have the ability in Mathematics? I'm a HS student only and Im planning to take up Civil Engng but Im a bit terrified beacause I'm not good in Mathematics. How is that?
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