Sunken - Slab / Floors mp3 flac download
|Title:||Slab / Floors|
|Date of release:||2017|
|MP3 album size:||1221 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1678 mb|
|Digital formats:||APE RA MPC ADX FLAC MP2 MOD|
Sunk slabs are slabs which are cast at a certain depth (200 or 300 mm or any other depending on design) below normal floor level
In general, the sunken slab is the depth provided for water pipes or water bodies where we conceal the water pipes below the floor level, it is then filled with material that absorbs water for a definite period, the materials that can be used for the filling ranges from brick dust to raw coal powder, yes you heard it right by far for. the many constructions that I have seen brick pieces are used only in a site where the client specified the filling material we have used coal powder, raw coal powder though costs more has a good absorption capacity, however, due to ease of availability and low . .
The purpose of having a sunken slab is to conceal all the pipes below the floor. Then cement and waterproofing material should be diluted in water and splashed onto the RCC sunken slab. Over that a layer of plaster should be provided using a mortar plasticizer with the cement mortar. Brick laying of walls and plastering (prior to tiling) of the walls and floor should be done with cement mortar mixed with a mortar plasticizer.
RE: Sunken Slab Detailing. Ron (Structural) 2 Dec 18 15:31. I am asking for first floor or any other suspended floors that are supported on RC Beams and not Slab-on-Grade or oversite type of slab. RE: Sunken Slab Detailing. KootK (Structural) 3 Dec 18 12:59. You'll see details similar to those shown below for steps in the field of a suspended slab. Obviously, if the step occurs right next to a beam, the situation will differ accordingly. jayrod12 (Structural) 5 Dec 18 13:21. Do you need slab continuity across the step? If so I'm skeptical about your detail. If not than the drop is easy. Tommy385 (Structural) 6 Dec 18 07:58. As jayrod12 wrote, if you need continuity (tension in upper zone) i would prefer this detail of the upper reinforcement.
A concrete slab is a common structural element of modern buildings, consisting of a flat, horizontal surface made of cast concrete. Steel-reinforced slabs, typically between 100 and 500 mm thick, are most often used to construct floors and ceilings, while thinner mud slabs may be used for exterior paving.
Method of construction of a Sunk Slab: 1. The concrete of the . floor and sunken slab) should be mixed with a waterproofing material to get a denser, watertight concrete. 2. Over that, a layer of plaster should be provided using a mortar plasticizer with the cement mortar. 3. Brick laying of walls and plastering (prior to tiling) of the walls and floor should be done with cement mortar mixed with a mortar plasticizer
How I raise sunken sidewalks, (Mike Haduck). How I raise sunken sidewalks, (Mike Haduck) - YouTube. At one time, the only solution for an uneven sidewalk was to simply tear it out and pour a new slab. But mudjacking, a process once used for only big roads and highways, can now easily be done with small equipment to fix sunken sidewalks. Engineered Solutions of Georgia.
Grads Slab/ Slab on grade: There are two types of Grade slabs: Sunken Slab : Miscellaneous Slabs: Room Chajja or Loft . These types of slabs are used in constructing floors of multi-storeyed building. Hollow core ribbed Slab or Hollow core slab:- Hollowcore ribbed slabs derive their name from the voids or cores which run through the units. In this type, the pipes that carry water are concealed below the floor. Special care has to be taken to avoid leakage problems. After casting sewage pipes in the slab the slab is filled with coal or broken pieces of bricks. There are two types of the sunken slab. The slab which is provided below the normal floor level at a depth of 200mm to 300 mm and filled with broken pieces of bricks is called Sunken slab. Since the pipes that carry water are concealed below the floor, care has to be taken to avoid leakage problems. It is seen that people are not much aware of the idea of waterproofing the Sunken slab before the floor finish is done. In this article, we will discuss the method of the construction of Sunken slab and waterproofing technique. Method of construction of a Sunken Slab. floor and sunken slab) should mixed with a waterproofing material to get a denser, watertight concrete
Concrete slab floors come in many forms and can be used to provide great thermal comfort and lifestyle advantages. Slabs can be on-ground, suspended, or a mix of both. They can be insulated, both underneath and on the edges. Conventional concrete has high embodied energy. Slab-on-ground is the most common and has two variants: conventional slabs with deep excavated beams and waffle pod slabs, which sit near ground level and have a grid of expanded polystyrene foam pods as void formers creating a maze of beams in between. Conventional slabs can be insulated beneath the broad floor panels; waffle pods are by definition insulated beneath. Both may benefit from slab edge insulation.
|A1||Swimming/Catch The Tide|
- Made By – Peter King Lathe Cut Records
- Lathe Cut By – Peter King
- Musician [Sunken Is] – Antony Milton, Stefan Neville
1) Swimming/Catch The Tide. (Live at Home Economics Festival, Newtown, Wellington, August 2013. Based on the song 'Swimming' by the Biscuits)
2) Glue. (Rec McKinley Crescent, Brooklyn, Wellington, 2008)
3) Sunken bunker recording session, Poll Hill, Wellington 2008
4) Sunken bunker recording session, Poll Hill, Wellington 2008
5) Sunken practice tape for Home Economics Fest. Recorded Entrance St, Aro Valley, Wellington August 2013
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