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Building Construction and Superintendence. by F.E.Kidder REV. and Enl. by Thomas Nolan Volume 1 epub

Building Construction and Superintendence. by F.E.Kidder REV. and Enl. by Thomas Nolan Volume 1. Frank Eugene Kidder

Building Construction and Superintendence. by F.E.Kidder REV. and Enl. by Thomas Nolan Volume 1
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Author: Frank Eugene Kidder
Number of Pages: 332 pages
Published Date: 01 May 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781232449713
File Name: Building.Construction.and.Superintendence..by.F.E.Kidder.REV..and.Enl..by.Thomas.Nolan.Volume.1.pdf
Download Link: Building Construction and Superintendence. by F.E.Kidder REV. and Enl. by Thomas Nolan Volume 1
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 Excerpt: ...and Builder's PocketBook," by Frank E. Kidder, Chapter XX111. ously, from beam to beam, and when a steel angle, as in Fig. 308, is used instead of a wall beam or channel, anchored into wall with plate-washer, as shown. Tie-rods are always desirable, no matter what system of tile arches is used. Strength.--When thoroughly grouted and levelled with Portland cement concrete, a 6-feet span, 4-inch brick arch will carry safely from 300 to 400 pounds to the square foot. Bricks.--Hard, thoroughly burned common bricks, or approvedshape hollow bricks. Manner of Laying Bricks.--Laid on centers, and laid to a line. Bricks of adjoining lines in same row-lock break joint with each other; and when there are several row-locks the joints of the adjoining row-locks break joint with each other. Bricks laid in place without mortar, the joints being afterward carefully filled full with cement grout. Skew-backs.--For unprotected beam-flange construction, common bricks cut to proper shape, as in Fig. 308; for first-class fire-proof construction, lower flanges of beams covered with specially made terra-cotta skew-backs, as in Fig. 309. Brick Floor Construction. Rapp System.--This system combines the strength of the ordinary row-lock brick arch with that of steel T-ribs, and an arched form of concrete above both. It is described and illustrated under "Segmental Concrete Floor Arches," in Article 443. 2. 6. TERRA-COTTA OR TILE FLOOR ARCH CONSTRUCTION. 427. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS.--The different kinds of terra-cotta or tile used in fire-proofing construction have already been mentioned under "Fire-proofing Materials," Article 407. The following are some of the advantages of terra-cotta floor arch construction: 1. Rapidity of installation. 2. Greater stiffeni...

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