Civil Engineer

  • Salary for a Civil Engineer in United States

    Salary for a Civil Engineer in the United States

    The average annual salary for a civil engineer is $84,000. The median annual salary for a civil engineer is $81,000. Civil engineers are one of the most highly demanded professionals in the workforce. There are many reasons for this, but…

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  • Highest Paying Countries for Civil Engineer

    Here list out Highest Paying Countries for Civil Engineer all round the world given below: The field of Civil Engineering is a promising one that offers lots of career opportunities with both growth and good salary compensations. There are lot…

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  • Duties and Responsibilities for Supervisor Civil In Building

    Duties and Responsibilities for Supervisor Civil In Building list out given below Following the guidance of his superiors. Site Supervisor : He must be able to study the drawings and execute the work by managing the labour, material and machinery as per Daily…

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  • Components of a Building

    COMPONENTS OF A BUILDING FOUNDATION: – It is  direct contact with ground and transmitted all the dead, live and other loads to the soil on which the structure rests. PLINTH: – The portion of a building and the top of the…

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  • Civil Engineering Competitive Questions Part 1

    Civil Engineering Competitive Questions   Select the incorrect statement       [ A ]    R.C.C has better fire resistance than steel [ B ]    R.C.C. structure is economical than steel structure [ C ]    Strength of concrete decreases as age increases […

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  • Some Civil Engineering Field Questions Answers

    Some Civil Engineering Field Questions Answers   What is the FM(Fineness Modulus)? Answer: FM( Fineness Modulus is an empirical figure obtained by summing up the cumulative percentage of materials retained on each of the sieve excluding 0.075 mm sieve and…

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  • Slump Cone Test Method and Procedure

    SLUMP CONE TEST THE SLUMP TEST  is done to make sure a concrete mix is workable. The measured slump must be within a set range, or tolerance, to check the workability of concrete.   Tools Standard slump cone (100 mm top…

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