By Harold Bailey, David Hancock
In 3 very good, modern concise volumes the authors deal thouroghly with brickwork and its linked topics. the coed is supplied with an advent to the undefined, the alternate, the talents and the constructions, and reflecting the Nineties, emphasise protection features and concerns. contains multi selection questions and solutions.
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Note When the concrete is placed on site in the position where it is to remain permanently, it is termed In situ concrete. Prestressed Concrete High-strength concrete can be precast, or cast In situ, 50 Concrete cast on site or in a concrete works. The concrete, usually a structural unit, is given a very high tensile strength by tensioning high-tensile wire or cables while the concrete is either (1) fresh - pretensioned or (2) hardened - post-tensioned. Uses include large span beams, bridges and elevated motorways, water-retaining structures, etc.
The use of the spirit level and long straightedge and water level have been discussed previouslYi we will now consider the Cowley level and the tilting level. c. 53 eye t I ,;~tD ,. 54 The Cowley Level The level itself is a compact metal case containing a dual system of mirrors. 54). When the level is placed on top of the tripod a clamp is released within the level and it is ready for use; there are no adjustments on the instrument. 55). 56 a or b. If this is the case the cross-arm is not level with the instrument and must be moved up or down until it appears horizontal as in c.
440. 44b. Having accurately pegged out the frontage line, the flank walls must now be squared back. 46 Using the Builder's Square Setting up and using the sitesquare presents little difficulty; the method is as follows. 45). 46). Using the 3-4-5 Method This method is effective provided the tops of any pegs used for this purpose are kept level. 47). centre bubble telescopes at right-angles screw to rotate instrument (1) Set up the tripod firmly over the setting-out peg, which must be a little off centre and not coincident with the legs of the tripod.
Brickwork 1 and Associated Studies by Harold Bailey, David Hancock