Answer to Question #234145 in Mechanical Engineering for Emmo

Question #234145

9. Comparing the rate of “Formwork exceeding 300mm wide, horizontal or at any inclination up to and including 5o to the horizontal” with the rate of “Formwork exceeding 300mm wide, at any inclination more than 85o up to and including 90o to the horizontal”, which one is higher?


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2021-09-09T00:33:13-0400

The rate of "Formwork exceeding 300mm wide, at any inclination more than 85° up to and including 90° to the horizontal" refers to the rate of formwork that is formed vertically while "Formwork exceeding 300mm wide, horizontal or at any inclination up to and including 5° to the horizontal" refers to the rate of formwork that is formed horizontally. The amount of falsework required for a vertical formwork is smaller than that required for a horizontal formwork. Therefore, the item " Formwork exceeding 300mm wide, horizontal or at any inclination up to and including 5° to the horizontal" is the higher one since it requires much falsework to support the formwork.


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