Rate analysis of RCC (Reinforcement Cement Concrete) used for reference book IS Code 1200 part 2 (IS Code 1200 part 2 used for measurement), IS Code 2212, and CPWD Part 1.

All calculations of Reinforcement Cement Concrete for rate analysis. This calculation calculates of cement, sand, Aggregate, and Reinforcement (RCC = Cement + Sand + Aggregate + Reinforcement mixture this call RCC) for materials.

RCC is used a sum different proportions 1:0.5:1, 1:1:2, 1:1.5:3, 1:2:4, 1:3:6 etc.(1 cement: 1.5 Sand: 3 Aggregate). This quantity estimation of RCC is required for the rate analysis.

## Important Point in Rate Analysis of RCC (Reinforcement Cement Concrete)

### Measurement of RCC (Reinforcement Cement Concrete):

Unless otherwise stated, all work shall beÂ **measured**Â net in the decimal system as fixed in its place as given in below point no 1. to below point no 3. Any work is done extra over the specified dimensions shall be ignored.

- Dimensions shall be measured to the nearest
**0Â·01 m**Â except for the thickness ofÂ**slab**Â which shall be measured to nearestÂ**0Â·005 m,** - Areas may be worked out to the nearest 0Â·01 square meter.
- Cubic contents shall be worked out to the nearest 0Â·01 cubic meter.

**Dimensions**â€“ In booking dimensions, the order shall be consistent and generally in a sequence ofÂ **length, width, and height or depth or thickness.**

### Dednctioan of RCC (Reinforcement Cement Concrete):

Ends of dissimilar materials, for example,Â **beam, ports, girders, purlins, trusses, corbels, and steps**Â up toÂ **500 cm ^{2}**Â in cross-section.

Opening up toÂ **0.1 m ^{2}**Â or as specified.

The volume occupied by reinforcement. The volume occupied by**Â pipes, conduits, sheathing,**Â etc., not exceeding 100 cm^{2} each in cross-sectional area or as specified. Small voids, such as the shaded portions in as per below fig., when these do not exceed 40Â cm^{2} each in cross-section. Stops, miters, returns,Â roundedÂ ends, junctions, dishing, etc., in connection with linear or super labors,

**Note:**Â In calculating the area of an opening. The thickness of any separate lintel or sill shall be included in the height. No extra labour for forming such an opening or voids shall be measured.

### Work to be Measured Separately

**Rate analysisÂ **of RCC of the different area and location rate analysis different executed in the following conditions shall be measured separately:

**Work in or underwater,****Work in liquid mud,****Work in or under foul situations,****Work under tides and****Work in snow.**

## Rate Analysis ofÂ RCC (Reinforcement Cement Concrete)

Example forÂ Rate AnalysisÂ ofÂ RCC

Sr No. |
Description |
Qty |
Unit |
Rate |
Cost |

R.C.C. works of M-20 grade with 20mm and downgrades black hard granite (crusher broken) stone chips including hoisting and laying Data for 10 cu.m. | |||||

Details of cost for 10.00 Cu.m. | |||||

A | Labour Charges | ||||

1 | Mason -1 st | 0.50 | Day | 700.00 | 350.00 |

2 | Mason -2nd | 0.50 | Day | 600.00 | 300.00 |

3 | Bhisti | 2.70 | Day | 400.00 | 1080.00 |

4 | Coolie | 6.00 | Day | 400.00 | 2400.00 |

5 | Mate | 0.40 | Day | 500.00 | 200.00 |

B | Material | ||||

1 | Cement | 85.20 | Bag | 320.00 | 27264.00 |

2 | Wastage Extra | 2% | 545.28 | ||

3 | Sand | 4.43 | Cu.m. | 1325.00 | 5869.75 |

4 | Wastage Extra | 7% | 410.88 | ||

5 | Aggregate 20 mm | 5.40 | Cu.m. | 1125.00 | 6075.00 |

6 | Wastage Extra | 5% | 303.75 | ||

7 | Aggregate 10 mm | 3.60 | Cu.m. | 1110.00 | 3996.00 |

8 | Wastage Extra | 5% | 199.80 | ||

9 | Reinforcement 2% as per Volume(2%*10 Cu.m) | 200 | K.g. | 56.00 | 11200.00 |

10 | Wastage Extra @ reinforcement | 2% | 224.00 | ||

C | Hire and Running Charges of Mech Mixer | 5% | 2804.42 | ||

D | Transportation Cost 1% | 1% | 560.88 | ||

E | Other Charges 2 % Extra | 2% | 1208.37 | ||

F | Add for Water Charge @ 1% on Items Marked | 1% | 604.18 | ||

G | Add for Contractor’s Profit @15% on Items Marked | 15% | 9062.77 | ||

Cost of 10.00 Cu.m. |
74009.09 |
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Cost of Cu.m. |
7400.91 |
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Round off Cu.m. |
7401.00 |

**Calculation ofÂ Concrete for Rate Analysis ofÂ **RCC (Reinforcement Cement Concrete): Excel SheetÂ

In thisÂ **Rate Analysis of RCC **calculation of material, labor, wastage, and other charges in rate analysis.

### Material Calculation in **Rate Analysis like Cement, Sand, ****Aggregate, ****and Reinforcement**

#### Cement Calculation

Dry Cement volume = 1.25 convertÂ WetÂ cement.(The concrete mortar dry volume of concrete decrease volume of dry cement mortar, so 1.25 time of dry mortar)

Wastage of cement mortar 30 % (1.25) extra

So, Cement calculation requirement of cement = 1 x 1.25 x 1.30 = 1.625 cu.m,

Herer calculation concrete ratio 1:1.5:3

The required amount of Cement quantity at concrete = 1.625 Cu.m. x (1/(1+1.5+3))

- = 1.625 x 0.1819
- = 0.2956 cu.m. cement requirement
- Cement in k.g. = volume x density cement
- Cement in k.g. = 0.2956 cu.m. x 1440 (1440 kg/m Density of cement for 50 k.g)
- = 0.2956 x 1440 = 425.646 kg of cement of bag requied ment of cement in k.g.
- = 425.646 / 50 (one cemnent bag weight 50 k.g. only) = 8.51 bag

- So, 10 cu.m. concrete requirement of cement = 8.52 bag x 10 cu.m. = 85.20 bag

#### Sand Calculation

- Required amount of Sand = 1.625 Cu.m. x (1.5/(1+1.5+3))
- =0.443 Cu.m. requierd of sand for 1 Cu.m.

- So,
- 10 cu.m. concrete requirement of sand = 0.443 Cu.m x 10 cu.m. = 4.43 cu.m.

#### Aggregate Calculation

- The required amount of Aggregate
- = 1.625 Cu.m. x (3/(1+1.5+3))
- =0.90 Cu.m. required of sand for 1 Cu.m.

- So,
- So, 10 cu.m. concreteÂ requirement of sand = 0.90 Cu.m x 10 cu.m. = 9.0 cu.m.
- Two types of aggregate like 20 mm & 10 mm size. this ratio 60 % of total aggregate 20mm size,Â 40 % of total aggregate 20mm size
- Â 20 mm aggregate = 9.0 cu.m. x 60% = 5.4 cu.m. 20 mm size aggregate
- 10 mm aggregate = 9.0 cu.m. x 40% = 3.6 cu.m. 20 mm size aggregate

#### ReinforcementÂ Calculation

- Assume of reinforcement 2% of the total volume of concrete.
- so,
- 1 cu.m. concrete for reinforcement = 1.0 x 2% = 0.02 ton of steel (this 2% only assumse as per exprience)
- Â Her, 10 Cu.m concrete requirement = 0.02 ton x 10 co.m. =0.20 ton = 200 kg for 10 cu.m.

#### Labour forÂ **Rate Analysis of Concrete**

As per calculation of rate analysis in labor consumption per Cu.m. requirement as per our experience or**Â CPWD**Â book, this book public byÂ **Central Public Works Department, Government of India** for easy calculation of the rate analysis, etc. AsÂ **CPWD** Mate per cu.m. 0.27 of day bhisti, per cu.m.0.6-day coolie, per cu.m. 0.05-day Mason -2nd, per cu.m. 0.05-day mason 1st, per cu.m. 0.04-day mate.

#### Extra Work Calculation in Rate Analysis of Concrete

Extra Changes in rate analysis as per below

ScaffoldingÂ 1% Extra

TransportationÂ Cost 1%

Other Charges 2 % Extra (Electrical, and site extra expense)

Add for Water Charge @ 1% on Items Marked

Add for Contractorâ€™s Profit @15% on Items Marked

## Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

### What Is Rcc (Reinforcement Cement Concrete)?

**RCC**, or Reinforcement Cement Concrete, is a composite material made of cement, sand, aggregate, and steel reinforcement. It is commonly used in construction for its strength and durability.

### What Are the Proportions of Materials Used in Rcc?

RCC can be made using different proportions such as 1:0.5:1, 1:1:2, 1:1.5:3, 1:2:4, 1:3:6, etc. The first number represents cement, the second sand, and the third aggregate.

### How Is the Measurement of Rcc Performed According to Is Code 1200 Part 2?

Measurements of RCC are taken net in the decimal system as fixed in its place, with dimensions to the nearest 0.01 m except for the thickness of the slab, which is measured to the nearest 0.005 m.

### What Deductions Are Considered in Rcc Measurements?

Deductions are made for ends of dissimilar materials (e.g., beams, ports, girders, purlins), openings up to 0.1 mÂ², volume occupied by reinforcement, and small voids not exceeding 40 cmÂ² each in cross-section.

### How Is the Quantity of Cement Calculated for Rcc?

The quantity of cement is calculated based on the dry volume of concrete, considering a 30% increase for wastage. For example, for a 1:1.5:3 mix ratio, the calculation involves determining the dry volume and then converting it to bags of cement.

### How Is the Quantity of Sand and Aggregate Calculated?

The required amount of sand and aggregate is determined based on their respective proportions in the mix ratio. For example, in a 1:1.5:3 mix ratio, the quantities are calculated by multiplying the dry volume of concrete by their respective fractions.

### What Is the Assumed Percentage of Reinforcement in Rcc?

Reinforcement is typically assumed to be 2% of the total volume of concrete. This percentage can vary based on specific project requirements and design specifications.

### How Are Labor Charges Calculated in the Rate Analysis of Rcc?

Labor charges are calculated based on the standard rates provided in the CPWD manual, which includes rates for masons, bhisti, coolie, and mate, among others. The calculation also considers the total volume of concrete to be placed.

### What Additional Costs Are Included in the Rate Analysis of Rcc?

Additional costs in the rate analysis include charges for scaffolding, transportation, other miscellaneous expenses, water charges, and contractorâ€™s profit. These are calculated as percentages of the total material and labor costs.

### How Is the Total Cost of Rcc Determined?

The total cost of RCC is determined by summing up the costs of materials, labor, wastage, hire and running charges of machinery, transportation, and other charges. The final cost is then divided by the volume of concrete to obtain the rate per cubic meter.