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C) At what intervals other rows of ledgers should be placed. (14) What should be done to preserve ladders? (15) What is a crawl ladder? (d) Distance apart at which transoms should be situated. (e) Where ties should be placed ............................................... (f) Positions of bracing, longitudinal and diagonal... .. (g) Maximum height of scaffold ............................................. 5. ARCH CENTRES In volume 1 various arch centres up to a span of 1 m were dealt with; we shall now cover simple centres up to a span of 3 m.
1) Below, line ab represents the span of a segmental arch and cd its rise. Set out the arch curve. a 1 c. 5 m (scale 1 : 20 ). (3) What is meant by the term 'lagging'? the final adjustment and the striking of an arch centre? 6. FORMWORK FOR CONCRETE the top corners of the box to form the weathering on the tops of the posts. The following examples all come under the heading of in situ work in concrete. The first example is the sill that was considered for pre-cast work. In the case of in situ work the sill has to be cast in the position where it is needed to carry out its function as a sill.
6) View the other telescope and position a peg and nail accurately for distance with a correct view so that the angle is at 90°. Repeat this by setting up over the far peg and setting out the other flank wall. - rod ~. 21 24 Carpentry and joinery An instruction booklet is provided with each instrument with an angulator chart from which angles other than right angles can be set out. One of the other uses of the site square is that the verticality of any upright line can be checked, such as the edge of a waU or corners of buildings.
Carpentry and Joinery by A. B. Emary (auth.)