Compression Vs Tension | Example of Tension Force |  Tension Force Formula

Compression Vs Tension | Example of Tension Force |  Tension Force Formula

Compression Vs Tension | Example of Tension Force |  Tension Force Formula What is Tension? Tension can be defined as the pulling force transmitted along the chain, string, a cable, or other one-dimensional continuous object or by each end of a rod, truss member or similar three-dimensional object; tension can also be described as action-reaction […]

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Construction Joints | Masonry Joints | Control Joints | Expansion Joints in Buildings

Construction Joints | Masonry Joints | Control Joints | Expansion Joints in Buildings

Construction Joints | Control Joints | Expansion Joints Provision Construction Joints Construction movement joints are one of the most misunderstood and unappreciated technical issues in the masonry industry. Joints are used in brickwork to accommodate such movements and to avoid cracking. Masonry move because of temperature causes brick to expand and contract, moisture movement, and […]

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Different Types of Masonry Bonds| Stretcher Bond | Flemish Bond | English Bond

Different Types of Masonry Bonds| Stretcher Bond | Flemish Bond | English Bond

Different Types of Masonry Bonds| Stretcher Bond | Flemish Bond | English Bond   What is a Bond?/ Masonry Bonds A bond is an arrangement of masonry units in successive causes to tie the masonry together, both longitudinally and transversely. The arrangement is usually worked out to ensure that no vertical joint of one course […]

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Coarse Aggregate | Coarse Aggregate Size | Coarse Aggregate Sieve Analysis

Coarse Aggregate | Coarse Aggregate Size | Coarse Aggregate Sieve Analysis

Coarse Aggregate | Coarse Aggregate Size | Coarse Aggregate Sieve Analysis Coarse Aggregate Coarse aggregate is a building and construction ingredient made of stones or rocks extracted from ground deposits. Some common ground deposits include crushed stone, river gravel, rock from quarries, and even previously used concrete. It consists mainly of quarry stones, gravel, uncrushed stones, and […]

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Plastering Work | Plastering Tools | Plastering Design | Type of Plastering

Plastering Work | Plastering Tools | Plastering Design | Type of Plastering

What is Plastering Plastering is a process of covering the rough surface of work done with mortar. Plastering can be done from different materials depending upon the need. Term rendering is commonly used when a very thin finishing code is applied. Plaster Mortar Mortar, which is used for plastering, is a heterogeneous mixture of sand, cement, and water, mixed […]

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Brick sizes: Standard Brick Dimensions | Brick Dimensions Table

Brick sizes: Standard Brick Dimensions | Brick Dimensions Table

Brick sizes: Standard Brick Dimensions | Brick Dimensions Table What are Bricks? Bricks are types of blocks commonly used to build walls, partitions, pavements, and other parts in masonry buildings’ works. Typically, the term brick means a block composed of dried clay but is now also used informally to mean other chemically cured construction blocks. […]

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