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" ... (sand and rubbish are often substituted for bricks), allowing them to find their own bearing; when the trough is filled, it is plastered over with stiff mortar, and the header course laid and the operation repeated. This practice may have some advantage... "
Carpentry and Contracting: A Practical Reference Work on Carpentry, Building ... - Сторінка 146
1919
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Inspection of the Materials and Workmanship Employed in Construction: A ...

Austin Thomas Byrne - 1898 - 539 стор.
...own bearing ; when the trough is filled it is plastered over with stiff mortar and the header-course laid and the operation repeated. This practice may...executing work, but none in strength or security. AMOUNT OF MORTAR REQUIRED.— The thickness of the mortarjoinls should bo about J to f of an inch....
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Inspection of the Materials and Workmanship Employed in Construction: A ...

Austin Thomas Byrne - 1898 - 539 стор.
...throw ing in the brick (bats, sand and rubbish are often substituted for bricks), allowing them to timl their own bearing ; when the trough is filled it is plastered over with stiff mortar and the header-course laid raid the operation repeated. This practice may have some advantage in celerity in...
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International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons ...

1908
...semifluid by the addition of a large quantity of water, then throwing in the FIG. 21 bricks (bats, sand, and rubbish are often substituted for bricks),...and ,the operation repeated. This practice may have the advantage of celerity in executing the work, but it weakens the strength, and is the cause of many...
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Inspection of the Materials and Workmanship Employed in Construction: A ...

Austin Thomas Byrne - 1902 - 539 стор.
...it semi-fluid by the addition of a large dose of water, then throwing in the brick (bats, sand, aud rubbish are often substituted for bricks), allowing...filled it is plastered over with stiff mortar and the header-course laid and the operation repeated. Tins practice may have some advantage in celerity in...
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Masonry Construction: A Guide to Approved American Practice in the Selection ...

American School of Correspondence, Chicago - 1907 - 128 стор.
...formed, making it semi-fluid by the addition of a large dose of water, then throwing in the brick (bats, sand, and rubbish are often substituted for bricks),...executing work, but none in strength or security. Amount of Mortar. The thickness of the mortar joints should be about J to $ of an inch. Thicker joints...
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Cyclopedia of architecture, carpentry and building: a general reference work...

American School of Correspondence at Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago - 1907
...formed, making it semi-fluid by the addition of a large dose of water, then throwing in the brick (bats, sand, and rubbish are often substituted for bricks),...executing work, but none in strength or security. Amount of Mortar- The thickness of the mortar joints should be about \ to f of an inch. Thicker joints...
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Building Superintendence: A Working Guide to the Requirements of Modern ...

American School of Correspondence, American School (Chicago, Ill.), Edward Nichols - 1907 - 200 стор.
...dose of water, then throwing in the brickbats (sand and rubbish are often substituted for bricksi, allowing them to find their own bearing; when the...celerity in executing work, but none in strength or securitv." A modification of this practice, where the bricks are laid dry and grouted with moderately...
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Cyclopedia of Carpentry and Contracting ...: Building superintendence ...

1910
...formed, making it semi-fluid by the addition of a large dose of water, then throwing in the brick (bats, sand, and rubbish are often substituted for bricks),...executing work, but none in strength or security. Amount of Mortar. The thickness of the mortar joints should be about J to f of an inch. Thicker joints...
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Inspection of the Materials and Workmanship Employed in Construction: A ...

Austin Thomas Byrne - 1910
...throwing in the brick (bats, saud, aud rubbish are often substituted for bricks), allowing them to fiud their own bearing ; when the trough is filled it is plastered over with stiff mortar and the header-course laid and the operation repeated. This practice may have some advantage in celerity iu...
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The Materials of Construction. A Treatise for Engineers in the Properties of ...

International Correspondence Schools - 1914
...semifluid by the addition of a large quantity of water, then throwing in the §43 25 bricks (bats, sand, and rubbish are often substituted for bricks),...and the operation repeated. This practice may have the advantage of celerity in executing the work, but it weakens the strength, and is the cause of many...
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