The Architects' and Builders' Hand-book

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CLASSIFICATIONS OF THE PRINCIPAL STRESSES CAUSED IN BODIES BY EXTERNAL
127
Composition and Classification of Rocks
130
Geology of Earthy Material
132
Materials Composing FoundationBeds
134
Characteristics of the Materials of FoundationBeds
135
Allowable Loads on Materials of FoundationBeds
140
Unit Loads on FoundationBeds Allowed by Building Codes
142
LoadingTests
145
Topographical and Special Conditions
146
Loads Coming on the Footings
148
Assumed Loads Specified by Building Codes
151
Proportioning Supporting Areas for Equal Settlement
152
Determining the Supporting Areas
160
Offset Footings
163
The Use of Cantilevers in Foundations
165
Stresses in Footing Courses
169
VACUUlfCLEANINC
170
Methods of Calculating BendingStresses in WallFootings
172
Bending Moments in Footings of Columns and Piers
176
Design of the Footings
178
Steel Grillage in Foundations
181
ReinforcedConcrete Footings
186
General Conditions Affecting Foundations and Footings
188
ConcretePile Foundations
196
Foundation Piers and Foundation Walls
200
Protection of Adjoining Structures
214
CHAPTER III
223
Walls of the Superstructure
229
Natural Cements
235
Artificial Cements
236
Concrete
238
CHAPTER IV
252
2 RetainingWalls
255
BreastWalls 202
262
CHAPTER VI
288
CHAPTER VII
297
CHAPTER
305
CHARLES P WARREN
322
Graphic Method for Determining Bending Moments in Beams
328
Areas Moments of Inertia SectionModuu and Radii of Gyration
334
Radii of Gyration of Compound Sections
344
Dimensions Moments of Inertia Radii of Gyration and SectionModuli
352
CHAPTER XI
375
Standard Specifications for Structural Steel for Buildings
383
Wire
400
Cotton Hemp and Manila Rope
406
Strength or Pins in Trusses
423
Strength or Bolts in Wooden Trusses and Girders
429
BEARINGPLATES AND BASES FOR COLUMNS
440
CHAPTER XIV
448
Metal Caps and Bolsters for Wooden Columns
454
U Tables or Safe Loads for CastIron Columns Examples
461
Types Forms and Connections of Steel Columns
467
Strength of Steel Columns Formulas
480
Tables of Safe Loads for Steel Columns
488
General Principles of the Flexure of Beams
555
Steel Beams and Girders 664
564
Tables of Safe Loads for Steel Beams and Girders Examples
570
Framing and Connecting Steel Beams and Girders
612
CHAPTER XVI
620
Sections Stresses Buckling and Deflection of Wooden Beams
627
Flexural Strength of Beams 033
635
Working Unit Stresses for Woods
647
Flitched Beams or FutchPlate Girders
655
General Principles of the Deflection of Beaks
663
Graphical Determination of Deflection of Beams
670
Formulas for the Strength and Stiffness of Continuous Girders
676
Details of Construction of Plate and Box Girders
682
Explanation of Tables
688
Tables Used in the Design of Plate and Box Girders
702
CHAPTER XXI
717
Determination of Sues of Joists Beams or Girders
724
Sate Loads ior Plank Flooung
732
Tables for Maximum Spans for FloorJoists
737
Determination of Strength of an Existing Floor
747
Details of FloorFraming
749
Stirrups and JoistHangers
750
Comparative Strength of Different Types of JoistHangers
758
What MillConstruction Is Not
759
Standard MillConsiruction
760
Belts Stairways and ElevatorTowers
764
Standard StorehouseConstruction
765
Example of OneStory Workshop
769
SawTooth RoofConstruction
772
MillConstruction as Applied to Warehouses
777
Cost of Mills and Factories Built on the SlowBurning Princtple
802
Cost of Brick MillBuildings of SlowBurning Construction
808
CHAPTER XXIII
811
FireResistance of Materials
814
ColumnProtection
822
FireProof FloorConstruction
826
FireProof RoofConstruction
866
Partitions and WallCoverings
873
FireProof Flooring
892
Interior Finish and FrrnNGS
893
Protection from Outside Hazard
901
Extinguishing Devices and Precautionary Measures
903
Introductory Notes
906
Design of RrrNTORCEDCoNCRETE Construction
924
Types of ReintorcedConcretf Construction
948
flreresistance of reinforcedconcrete construction
955
Erection of ReinforcedConcrete Construction
962
CHAPTER XXV
968
3 Desjcn of Spandrel Beams
975
StairDesign
983
GotDESLESS Floors
993
Types of Steel Trusses
1025
Arched Trusses
1035
Cantilever Trusses
1043
2 Examples of the Computation of RoofLoads
1054
Arches with Solid Ribs
1132
CHAPTER XXVIII
1138
Design of Steel Trusses
1144
Joints of Steel Trusses
1160
Purlins and PurlinConnections
1169
Computation of WindStresses
1176
Combination of Dead and Live Loads with WindLoad
1183
CHAPTER XXX
1194
Design
1201
CHAPTER XXXI
1213
Vaults
1231
PART III
1245
Steak
1251
Radiation
1264
Fras and Combustion
1271
Direct Steam Heating
1283
Design of LowPressure SteamHeating Systems
1291
Gravity Indirect Heating
1298
Fcrsace Heating
1310
HotBlast Heating
1324
Design of AirDocts
1333
VanuTiNGFANS
1341
Vekttlation
1348
Ste Ventilation Laws and Requirements
1354
SpEcmcATioss for a LowPressure SteamHeating Apparatus for Heating
1361
Draft and DraftLoss
1364
RetnforcedConcrete Chimneys
1373
List of Tall Chimneys
1379
Private WaterSupply Pumps
1390
FireStreams
1397
Plumbing Definitions and Requirements
1407
Plumbing Specialties
1420
IlluminatingGas
1431
associate professor of electrical engineering Massachusetts
1437
Standard Symbols for GasPiping Plans
1445
IlluminationConstants
1451
GENERAL CoNSIDERATION AND DEFINITIoxs
1458
WIRECALculations
1469
ExAMPLE of WIRING
1476
GENERAL SCGGESTIons for ELECTRIC Work
1482
CHARACTER AND Application of PRobleMs IN ARCHITECTURAL Acoustics
1488
SPECIFIC GRAvity
1500
wineGators Asa MetalG auces
1529
DATA on Excavating
1536
SAND AND GRAvel
1553
DATA on LUMBER AND CARPENTERs WoRK
1568
windowGiass and Glazing
1581
MEMoRANDA on TILING
1604
Esrimaring THE Cost of BUILDINGs
1611
QUANTITY SYSTEM of ESTIMATING
1635
Elevator SERVICE IN BUILDINGS
1659
MAILCHUTEs
1677
ToweRCLocks
1695
LichtnINGConductor
1707
Architectural Competitions
1733
Standard Documents of the American Institute of Architects 174
1748
Registration of Architects 17t
1768
Architectural Societies
1788
Glossary 179
1874
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Сторінка 11 - Multiply the divisor, thus augmented, by the last figure of the root, and subtract the product from the dividend, and to the remainder bring down the next period for a new dividend.
Сторінка 390 - This analysis shall be made from a test ingot taken during the pouring of the melt. The chemical composition thus determined shall be reported to the purchaser or his representative, and shall conform to the requirements specified in section 2.
Сторінка 296 - The moment of a force about any point is the product of the magnitude of the force and the perpendicular distance from the point to the line of action of the force.
Сторінка 244 - The cement shall be stored in such a manner as to permit easy access for proper inspection and identification of each shipment, and in a suitable weather-tight building which will protect the cement from dampness.
Сторінка 244 - Portland cement is the product obtained by finely pulverizing clinker produced by calcining to incipient fusion an intimate and properly proportioned mixture of argillaceous and calcareous materials, with no additions subsequent to calcination excepting water and calcined or uncalcined gypsum.
Сторінка 235 - Buildings having jurisdiction, inverted arches resting on a proper bed of concrete, both designed to transmit with safety the superimposed loads, shall be turned between the piers. The thrust of the outer piers shall be taken up by suitable wrought iron or steel rods and plates.
Сторінка 242 - A natural-cement mortar, in order to comply with the requirements of the standard specifications of the American Society for Testing Materials...
Сторінка 244 - The specific gravity of cement shall be not less than 3.10 (3.07 for white portland cement). Should the test of cement as received fall below this requirement, a second test may be made upon an ignited sample.
Сторінка 392 - The finished material shall be free from injurious defects and shall have a workmanlike finish. VI. MARKING Marking 12.
Сторінка 44 - A circle is a closed plane curve, all points of which are equidistant from a point within called the center.

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