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Bøker Bok 19 av 9... to prevent the arch cracking across, or giving way edgewise. In forming an arch,...
" ... to prevent the arch cracking across, or giving way edgewise. In forming an arch, the bricks must be coursed across the centre, and a grooved side of the bricks must face the workmen. The bricks may be either laid in mortar, or dry, and the interstices... "
The Emporium of Arts & Sciences - Side 141
redigert av - 1814
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopædia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory, and N ...

John Mason Good, Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1813
...cuurscs at least, to begin at the crown, and w.irk downwards each way. In archwork, the bricks, &c. may be either laid in mortar, or dry, and the interstices afterwards filled and wedged up, by pouring in lime-putty, plaster of r«ns, grouting, or any other convenient mat, rial,...
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The circle of the mechanical arts

Thomas Martin (civil engineer.) - 1813
...courses at least, to begin at the crown, and work downwards each way. In arch-work, the bricks, ^-c. may be either laid in mortar, or dry, and the interstices afterwards filled, and wedged up, by pouring in lime putty, plaster of Paris, grouting, or any other convenient material,...
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The Panorama of Science and Art: Embracing the Sciences of ..., Volum 1

James Smith - 1815
...necessary, in laying the first two or three courses at least, to begin at the crown and work downwards. The bricks may be either laid in mortar, or dry, and the interstices afterwards filled and wedged up, by pouring in lime putty, plaster of Paris, grouting, or any other convenient material,...
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The Operative Mechanic, and British Machinist: Being a Practical ..., Volum 1

John Nicholson - 1825 - 795 sider
...render a minute attention to this scarcely if at all necessary. In arch- work, the bricks may either be laid in mortar, or dry, and the interstices afterwards filled up by pouring in lime, putty, plaster of Paris, &c. Arches upon this principle, having any lateral pressure, can neither...
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The Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster

Edinburgh encyclopaedia - 1830
...flat, or applied in situations which do not admit of end walls, to have the shoulders dove- tailed, to prevent the arch cracking across, or giving way...whatever be the breadth of the arch, may be in no case many feet wide, may be regularly shifted as the work proceeds ; and as they have no lateral pressure,...
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The Builder's Practical Guide: Containing a Complete Explanation of the ...

John Nicholson (civil engineer.) - 1830 - 182 sider
...render a minute attention to this scarcely if at all necessary. In arch-work, the bricks may either be laid in mortar, or dry, and the interstices afterwards filled up by pouring in lime, putty, plaster of Paris, &c. Arches upon this principle, having any lateral pressure, can neither...
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Operative Masonry: Or, A Theoretical and Practical Treatise of Building ...

Edward Shaw - 1832 - 140 sider
...radii of a circle, of which the intended arch is a segment. In arch work, the bricks may either be laid in mortar, or dry, and the interstices afterwards filled up by pouring in lime, putty, plaster of Paris, &c. Arches of this kind, having any lateral pressure, can neither expand...
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Theoretical and Operative Treatise of Building

Edward Shaw - 1846 - 192 sider
...the radii of a circle, of which the intended arch is a segment. In arch work the bricks may either be laid in mortar or dry, and the interstices afterwards filled' up by pouring in lime, putty, plaster of Paris, &c. Arches of this kind, having any lateral pressure, can neither expand...
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Cyclopedia of Architecture: Historical, Descriptive, Typographical ...

Robert Stuart - 1854
...render a minute attention to this scarcely, if at all, necessary. In urchwork, the bricks may either be laid in mortar, or dry, and the interstices afterwards filled up by pouring in lime, putty, plaster of Paris, 8cc. Arches upon this principle, having any lateral pressure, can neither...
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