We have to calculate Volume of one brick,for this first we convert brick size in in foot by dividing 12, so volume of one brick is equal to = 9″/12 × 4.5″/12 × 3″/12 = 0.75'×0.375'×0.25 = 0.0703 cft (cubic feet), so volume of 1 brick = 0.0703 cft.

Brickwork Calculation & Formula

- Standard Size of Brick = 190 x 90 x 90 (mm) Quality check of brick. Mortar Thickness is = 10 mm.
- Mortar quantity is 0.2305 (Wet Condition) we calculate Dry Value. Dry Mortar Value is = 0.2305 x 1.33 = 0.306565 m3.
- Volume = 0.306565x (1/7) = 0.0438. ...
- Volume = 0.306565x (6/7) = 0.2627.

500 bricks are required for 1 cubic meter of brick masonry work.

How many bricks in 1 square feet, their ans. is following:- we have nominal brick size = 8″ × 4″ × 4″ (l × b × h), 1 foot = 12″, so 1 square foot = 12″ × 12″ = 144 square inches, 1 brick area = 8″ × 4″ = 32 square inches, number of bricks in 1 square foot = 144/32 = 4.5 nos, so 4.5 number of bricks are present in 1 ...

Generally density or unit weight of brick is ranging between 1600 to 1920kg/m3 or 100 to 120 lb/ft3.

How Many Bricks Do I Need? For a singular layer brick wall, multiply the length of the wall by the height to get the area. Multiply that area by 60 to get the number of bricks you should need, then add 10% for wastage. That's the short answer and assumes 'standard' brick and mortar sizes.

One brick wall

A one brick wide wall requires 120 bricks per square metre. So the first stage is just to measure the height and length of the wall in metres, multiply them together to give the area in square metres, and then multiply this by 120.

Standard Brick size in India: In India, brick size is 190 mm x 90 mm x 90 millimeter according to the proposal of BIS(Bureau of Indian standards). Inclusive of mortar, module size becomes 200 x 100 x 100 millimeter.

1 cubic meter is 1000 liters. The simplest way to convert cubic meters to liters is to move the decimal point three places to the right. In other words, multiply a value in cubic meters by 1000 to get the answer in liters.

Weight of 1 cubic meter concrete:– 1 cubic metre of concrete weight around 2.4 metric ton (2400kgs), typically 1m3 of concrete is made up of about 350kg (7bags) cement, 700 kg sand, 1200kg aggregate and about 150 litres of water without steel in it as per design structure in case plain cement concrete (PCC concrete).

Approximately 29 bags are required for 1m^{3} of cement.

768 no of bricks required for construction of 10 × 10 (100 sq ft) of 9 inch brick wall.

Multiply the length, width and height of the brick to calculate its volume. In the example, the volume of the brick is 8 x 3 x 2 = 48 cubic inches. Multiply the volume in cubic inches by 0.000016 to convert it to cubic meters.

number of bricks required = area of brick wall ÷ area of one brick with mortar, you have given area of brick wall is 100 sq ft and area of one brick such as 8″ × 4″ = 32 sq inches or 0.222 sq ft (32÷144 = 0.222), so number of bricks in 4 inch wall = 100÷0.222 = 450 nos.

How many bricks will I need to build a wall? You will need approximately 38 bricks per foot length for an 8-foot wall if the bricks are the standard 7.5" x 3.5" bricks or 9.5" x 2.75" bricks with ²/₅" thick mortar joints.

No. of bricks = Volume of brickwork/ volume of 1 brick with mortar. Volume of 1 Brick with mortar = 0.240×0.120×0.080= 0.002304 m^3.

The formula for calculating the surface area of a cuboid of dimensions :

- l×b×h is :
- 2×(l×b+b×h+h×l) Substituting,
- l=10cm.
- b=4cm.
- h=3cm. Surface area = 2×(10×4+4×3+3×10) =2×(40+12+30) =2×82cm2. =164cm2. Hence, the answer is option (C)

First, you need to measure the length and height of the wall. Second, identify the same on your brickwork. Overall, according to a building cost calculator, there should be 50 bricks per square meter. Indeed, a brick calculator can come in handy when constructing a house.

Standard bricks size are 19 x 9 x 9 cm.

The approximate bulk density of sand that is commonly used in normal-weight concrete is between 1520-1680 kg/m^{3} (95-105 lb/ft^{3}) Here, Standard test method for determining the bulk density of sand is given in ASTM C 29 (AASHTO T 19).

The density of RCC is 2500 kg/m3 or 25 KN/m3, as specified by the standards.