|Statement||Ibstock Building Products Limited ; team leader, Kevan B.H. Brassington with contributions gratefully acknowledged from Peter R. Lumbard ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Brassington, Kevan B. H., Lumbard, Peter R., Ibstock Building Products Ltd.|
|LC Classifications||TH2150 .B75 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||89015902|
Brickwork Arch Detailing Kevan B. H. Brassington, Peter R. Lumbard, Ibstock Building Products Ltd Butterworth Architecture, - Technology & Engineering - pages. constructed in , is a brick arch with a span of ft and a rise of ft. This arch was designed by engineer Marc Brunel, who is also credited with being the first to use reinforced brick masonry. A similar brick arch railway bridge was constructed on North Avenue, . masonry has greater resistance to compression than tension, the masonry arch is frequently the most efficient structural element to span openings. This. Technical Notes. addresses the detailing and construction of brick masonry arches. The common types of brick masonry arches are presented, along with proper arch terminology. vi Contents Vertical Masonry Expansion Joint in Composite Wall 04 05 62 Brick/Masonry Cavity Wall at Grade 04 21 65 Brick/Masonry Cavity Wall at Spandrel 04 21 69 Brick/Masonry Cavity Wall at Roof/Parapet 04 21 71 Masonry Grouted Wall 04 21 74 Brick Veneer, Wood Studs 04 21 78 Brick Veneer, Steel Stud Backing Wall 04 21
Brick Arches. Brick arches are generally used for spanning the openings in brick walls, and where there is sufficient height for the arch they form the most durable support for the wall arches should be laid with great care with full joints, and all arches having a span of over 10 feet should be laid in strong cement mortar, and it is much safer to lay all brick arches in cement. A PATTERN BOOK FOR NEIGHBORLY HOUSES ARCHITECTURAL PATTERNS A. Select Eave Detail Overhangs typically range from 9" to 18" in depth. Many different designs can be created by variations in roof pitch, gable end treatment, mouldings, and dimensions. Boxed-eave detail works for both hip and gable roofs. Typically the same detail. Masonry Detailing Series Main List View all MDS-Autoclaved Aerated Concrete MDS-Brick MDS-Cement MDS-Concrete Block MDS-Plaster/Stucco MDS-Restoration MDS-Stone MDS-Terra Cotta MDS-Terrazzo MDS-Tile Conceptual Wall Section, Brick & Block Cavity Wall. If you require assistance, contact our friendly team at [email protected] SEVERELY EXPOSED BRICKWORK This technical guide caters for those seeking to achieve long-lasting results in their external works (such as freestanding garden and retaining walls and chimneys), which regardless of location, should always be considered to be severely exposed.
The first edition of this book was published in as Load Bearing Brickwork Design, and dealt with the design of unreinforced structural brickwork in accordance with BS Part 1. Following publication of Part 2 of this Code in , the text was revised and extended to cover reinforced and prestressed brickwork, and the second edition published. Jonathan Taylor, editor of The Building Conservation Directory, explains the traditional construction of brick arch window head details in exterior brick walls, considering the various types of brick arch construction (segmental, rough, etc), the relevant brick and terracotta types and brickwork techniques, and repair and conservation best practice. Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture 2 follows on from the success of the first book in the series, and contains entirely new projects. Featuring the work of renowned architects from around the world, this book presents 50 of the most recently completed and influential house designs. When there is sufficient height above a window, door, or any other opening in a brick wall, a brick arch, either circular or segmental, is used to span the opening, and forms a very durable and easily constructed support for the wall er brick arches are built, great care should be taken in their construction, and they should be laid with full mortar joints.