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Concrete Calculators" by Granite Rock.

The Concrete Calculators help you to estimate the concrete volume required for a pour or placement, the volume of concrete needed to fill a block wall, and the volume of concrete needed in a column.

Note that you can cut and paste values between the various construnction calculators. For instance, you could take the result from the concrete volume calculator (which gives results in cubic yards) and plug it into the volume conversion calculator to convert your results to cubic meters.

Length (ft) X Width (ft) x Depth (ft) 27

 

Concrete Slab

Width
(Feet)
Length
(Feet)
Thickness
    Inches
Feet
Cubic Yards Required:

To use the Concrete Volume Calculator, simply enter the width, length, and thickness of your pour, click on whether you are measuring the thickness in feet or inches, then click on the Calculate button. The calculator will estimate the number of cubic yards of concrete that will be required.


 

Core Fill

Height
(Feet)
Length
(Feet)
Block
Size
8 inch
12 inch
Cubic Yards Required:

To use the Block Wall Calculator, simply enter the height and length of the wall, click on whether you are filling an 8-inch or 12-inch wall, then click on the Calculate button. The calculator will estimate the number of cubic yards that will be required. Note that this is an estimate. There is significant variation in fill space among different blocks. This calculator assumes the use of double open-ended bond beam blocks.


 

Column

Height
(Feet)
Diameter
(Inches)
Cubic Yards Required:

To use the Concrete Column Calculator, simply enter the height and diameter of the column, and click on the Calculate button. The calculator will display the number of cubic yards required.

 

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