Fencing poles are one of the most widespread manmade features on Earth, and they May out stretch roads by an order of magnitude. One of the most durable and Efficient RCC fencing poles is constructed with the help of concrete. Properly made Reinforced concrete pole .The essential requirements for the protection of Poles for general purposes, we conducted impact test on the protection of reinforced Concrete poles by changing the height of the post & it\'s position to decreases the effect of impact energy. Fences have eluded systematic study for so long for good reasons. Fencing has become more popular architecture in many disciplines, from ecology to computing. Fences are globally everywhere used & they are often discussions of evaluation. For designing a RCC pole one has to consider all the possible loading and see that the Structure is safe against all possible loading condition.
A fence is a structure that encloses an area. Typically outdoors and usually constructed from pole that are connected by boards, wire, rails or netting. RCC fencing pole has higher strength, longer life, and the potential to span longer distances than steel poles are the key reason behind this tendency. These poles are more commercial design & more economical to build. These poles are basically used for covering and protecting our environment. RCC fencing pole are used to protect or divide property, to improve its appearance and give safety to environment.
To prepare design calculation and Rate analysis for casting RCC fencing poles.
III. LITERATURE REVIEW
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The regions are integral with the pole & are formed of composite material that includes a plurality of pre stressed longitudinally disposed fibers & a bonding agent embedding the fibers & structurally joining the same to the pole. Thin invention relates to provide a composite structural element high dielectric properties, that is resistant to corrosive environmental properties, that is resistant to corrosive environmental agents.
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IV. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF RCC FENCING POLE: THEORY
Fence is the interactions between fences, wildlife, ecosystems, and societal needs. They are manufactured in various forms as PSCC poles RCC fencing poles.
They are basically cement concrete poles which are some using steel wires to provide more structural strength. We do reinforced fencing pole because they have higher strength, longer life and the potential to span longer distances than steel poles are the key reasons behind this tendency.
A great variety of architectural shapes relatively low maintenance cost. RCC fencing poles are simple and easy to install used along with barbed and other weirs. Fencing poles are also used for protect and divide the property.
Offered in various lengths and widths.
Easy & speedy to install.
Resistance to harsh weather.
More durable, our poles require very less maintenance.
Compact design and flawless finish are some of the attributes.
VI. EXPERIMENTAL METHOD
Types Of Test
Compressive strength test of cube.
Aggregate impact test.
Aggregate crushing value test.
Specific gravity of coarse aggregate.
A. Compressive Strength Test of Cube
A set of three concrete cubes were cast & tested is after 7, 14, &28 days for each mix proportion to determine the compressive strength. The test result of cubes is presented in a tabular form.
B. Impact Test
The toughness of rock means resistance to facture from impact or absence of brittleness. Aggregate impact test is done to assess to know the toughness of aggregate & mechanical degradation by the Aggregate Impact.
Impact value (%)
C. Aggregate Crushing Test
Evaluate the resistance to crushing under compressive load.
Crushing value (%)
D. Specific Gravity of Coarse Aggregate
This is to determine the specific gravity of given sample of coarse aggregates. Aggregate which are sometime used as in to in gradient, occupied nearly 70 to 75% volume of concrete, however it will well recognized & physical, chemical & thermal property of aggregates substantially influence properties and performance of concrete, one of the important physical property of coarse aggregate is determination of specific gravity.
E. Manufacturing Process Of Rcc Fencing Pole
VII. DESIGN & ANALYSIS
RCC fencing pole are simple & easy to install. Used along with barbed & other wires. They protect any territory from unauthorized entry.
Fencing poles are lasting & durable & extremely tolerable to sun & rain. It also a great way to add safety, security & privacy.
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