# Imperial Concrete Self Mix with Moisture Correction

Calculate the material needed to mix concrete based on a mix ratio with volume calculation for pouring a slab. Includes the option to use moisture correction of the aggregate's weights and the adjusted amount of water needed in the mix.

#### The Calculation

- enter your mix ratio's
- cement to water ratio
- length of slab (feet)
- width of slab (feet)
- depth of slab (inches)
- absorption of fine aggregate (%)
- total moisture content in fine aggregate (%)
- absorption of course aggregate (%)
- total moisture content in course aggregate (%)

#### Results

- volume of concrete needed in cubic feet and cubic yards
- cement volume and weight (cubic feet and pounds)
- volume and weight of the fine aggregate (cubic feet and pounds)
- volume and weight of the course aggregate (cubic feet and pounds)
- water needed in US gallons, pounds and Imperial gallons
- total weight of concrete mix (pounds)
- adjusted weight of fine aggregate (pounds)
- adjusted weight of fine aggregate (pounds)
- adjusted amount of water needed (pounds, US and Imperial gallons)

*Relationship between the compressible strength of concrete and the water to cement ratio.*

##### Rebar and Concrete Reinforcement

Rebar - Footings and Foundation WallRebar - Slab, Driveway or Patio

Slab using custom cut length Rebar

Canadian Rebar Weight

European Rebar Weight

American Rebar Weight

##### Concrete using Concrete Mix

Bags Needed for a ColumnBags Needed for a Column and Pad

Bags Needed for Footings

Bags Needed for a Foundation Wall

Bags Needed for a Slab

Volume and Cost

##### Concrete Weight

Pounds per Cubic Yards / Pounds per Cubic FootKilos per Cubic Metre

##### Concrete Volume and Cost

Concrete Cost from a Price per Cubic YardCubic Yards

Cubic Metres

##### Conversion

Mass / Volume ConversionConvert Cubic Feet to Cubic Yards and Metres