Volume of deduction for rectangular opening Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Volume for deduction = Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening*Thickness wall
Vdeduction = Lopening*hopening*twall
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Volume for deduction - (Measured in Cubic Meter) - Volume for deduction of a particular item (say brickwork, plastering) is the volume that you need to deduct from actual volume of that item of work.
Length of rectangular opening - (Measured in Meter) - Length of rectangular opening is width of openings like window, doors.
Height of rectangular opening - (Measured in Meter) - Height of rectangular opening is the height of rectangular portion of opening (doors ,window).
Thickness wall - (Measured in Meter) - Thickness wall is simply width of your given wall.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Length of rectangular opening: 2 Meter --> 2 Meter No Conversion Required
Height of rectangular opening: 2.7 Meter --> 2.7 Meter No Conversion Required
Thickness wall: 0.23 Meter --> 0.23 Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Vdeduction = Lopening*hopening*twall --> 2*2.7*0.23
Evaluating ... ...
Vdeduction = 1.242
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
1.242 Cubic Meter --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
1.242 Cubic Meter <-- Volume for deduction
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

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4 Deductions for openings(door, windows) in masonary Calculators

Volume of deduction for semi-circular arch opening

Volume of deduction for semi-circular arch opening

Formula
`"V"_{"deduction"} = "t"_{"wall"}*(("L"_{"opening"}*"h"_{"opening"})+(3/4*"L"_{"opening"}*"r"_{"arch"}))`

Example
`"1.656m³"="0.23m"*(("2m"*"2.7m")+(3/4*"2m"*"1.2m"))`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Volume for deduction = Thickness wall*((Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening)+(3/4*Length of rectangular opening*Rise of arch))
Volume of deduction for segmental arch opening

Volume of deduction for segmental arch opening

Formula
`"V"_{"deduction"} = "t"_{"wall"}*(("L"_{"opening"}*"h"_{"opening"})+(2/3*"L"_{"opening"}*"r"_{"arch"}))`

Example
`"1.61m³"="0.23m"*(("2m"*"2.7m")+(2/3*"2m"*"1.2m"))`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Volume for deduction = Thickness wall*((Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening)+(2/3*Length of rectangular opening*Rise of arch))
Volume of deduction for rectangular opening

Volume of deduction for rectangular opening

Formula
`"V"_{"deduction"} = "L"_{"opening"}*"h"_{"opening"}*"t"_{"wall"}`

Example
`"1.242m³"="2m"*"2.7m"*"0.23m"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Volume for deduction = Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening*Thickness wall
Volume of deduction for arch masonry work

Volume of deduction for arch masonry work

Formula
`"V"_{"deduction"} = "L"_{"m"}*"t"_{"arch"}*"t"_{"wall"}`

Example
`"0.253m³"="2.2m"*"0.5m"*"0.23m"`

Calculator
LaTeX
Go Volume for deduction = Mean length of arch*Thickness of arch*Thickness wall

Volume of deduction for rectangular opening Formula

Volume for deduction = Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening*Thickness wall
Vdeduction = Lopening*hopening*twall

Is there any no deductions made?

No deduction is made for the following-
1. Opening each upto 1000sq.cm or 0.1 sq.m [1sq.ft].
2. Ends of beams, posts, rafters, purlins, etc upto 500sq.cm or 0.05 sq.m( 72 sq in) in section.
3. Bed plate, wall plate , bearing of chajjas and the like upto 10cm (4") depth.

Bearings of floor and roof slabs are not to be deducted from wall masonry.

How to Calculate Volume of deduction for rectangular opening?

Volume of deduction for rectangular opening calculator uses Volume for deduction = Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening*Thickness wall to calculate the Volume for deduction, The Volume of deduction for rectangular opening formula is the volume of masonry/brickwork for rectangular opening that you need to deduct from your actual volume of masonry , because if you will be providing doors, windows, lintels ( of rectangular shape) then you won't be utilising that area in brickwork and hence that volume you will need to deduct to make sure that you don't order material more than you need in construction. Volume for deduction is denoted by Vdeduction symbol.

How to calculate Volume of deduction for rectangular opening using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Volume of deduction for rectangular opening, enter Length of rectangular opening (Lopening), Height of rectangular opening (hopening) & Thickness wall (twall) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Volume of deduction for rectangular opening calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.242 = 2*2.7*0.23.

FAQ

What is Volume of deduction for rectangular opening?
The Volume of deduction for rectangular opening formula is the volume of masonry/brickwork for rectangular opening that you need to deduct from your actual volume of masonry , because if you will be providing doors, windows, lintels ( of rectangular shape) then you won't be utilising that area in brickwork and hence that volume you will need to deduct to make sure that you don't order material more than you need in construction and is represented as Vdeduction = Lopening*hopening*twall or Volume for deduction = Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening*Thickness wall. Length of rectangular opening is width of openings like window, doors, Height of rectangular opening is the height of rectangular portion of opening (doors ,window) & Thickness wall is simply width of your given wall.
How to calculate Volume of deduction for rectangular opening?
The Volume of deduction for rectangular opening formula is the volume of masonry/brickwork for rectangular opening that you need to deduct from your actual volume of masonry , because if you will be providing doors, windows, lintels ( of rectangular shape) then you won't be utilising that area in brickwork and hence that volume you will need to deduct to make sure that you don't order material more than you need in construction is calculated using Volume for deduction = Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening*Thickness wall. To calculate Volume of deduction for rectangular opening, you need Length of rectangular opening (Lopening), Height of rectangular opening (hopening) & Thickness wall (twall). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Length of rectangular opening, Height of rectangular opening & Thickness wall and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Volume for deduction?
In this formula, Volume for deduction uses Length of rectangular opening, Height of rectangular opening & Thickness wall. We can use 3 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Volume for deduction = Thickness wall*((Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening)+(2/3*Length of rectangular opening*Rise of arch))
  • Volume for deduction = Thickness wall*((Length of rectangular opening*Height of rectangular opening)+(3/4*Length of rectangular opening*Rise of arch))
  • Volume for deduction = Mean length of arch*Thickness of arch*Thickness wall
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