Elementary principles of carpentry, chiefly composed from the work of T. Tredgold, with additions. And, A treatise on joinery. Ed. by E.W. Tarn [With] Atlas

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1885
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Steaming or boiling timber
22
Smokedrying timberscorching and charring
23
Weight of timber in different states and times of seasoning
24
99
25
Decay and Preservation of Timber 12 Effects of dryness and moisture
27
Effects of continued moisture with heat
28
The worm in timber
29
White
30
Fungus on rotten wood
31
Warmth and moisture assist decay
32
Building timber into new walls a cause of decay
33
Prevention of decay
34
Drying new buildings before they are finished
35
Impregnation with salt or seawater
36
Impregnation with sulphate of iron and quicklime
37
Repairs of buildings affected with rot 39
39
Protection of the surface of timber
40
PAGB 42
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47
47
cohesive force modulus of elasticity permanent alteration stiffness hardness and toughness 37 Description of woods Class 1
49
Division II of Class 1
50
Walnut
51
Teak
52
Poona
53
Turtosa or African teak
54
Poplar
55
Division III of the second class
56
Cedar of Lebanon or great cedar
57
Red or yellow
58
White fir or deal
59
Weymouth pino
60
Yellow pine
61
Pitch pine
62
Silver
63
Cluster pine or pinaster
64
Larch
65
Cedar or juniper
66
Cowrie
67
Composition and resolution of forces
70
Combination of pressures
71
53
71
Direction of strain
72
58
73
Strains represented by lines
74
Proportion of pressures in framings is not affected by the form of the joints
75
Application to a common roof
76
61
77
Strains propagated through a piece of framing
78
Maxwells diagram of stress applied to a kingpost roof
79
64
80
65
81
Resistance to tension
82
Tables of the cohesive force of woods
83
67
84
69
85
70
86
Do do do fir 88 Do do do various woods
87
Do do do oak from the royal
89
Formula for stiffness
90
Rules for the stiffness of beams
91
Rules for beams supported at one
92
Strength of beams to resist cross strains and tables of ex periments on various woods
93
Resistance to detrusion or crushing across close to a fixer point
94
Construction of timber partitions
111
Frame houses
112
167
118
127
127
ON THE FRAMING OF TIMBERS Section 1 Floors
131
Binding joists and bridging joists 101 Ceilingjoists scantlings for different lengths 102 General remarks respecting floors
140
102a Rules for scantlings of floor timbers
141
CHAPTER IV
185
Centerings for stone bridges 114 Designing frames for centres
189
Construction of centres
192
Computing strength of centres
195
Wooden Bridges
197
Examples of wooden bridges 118 Design of wooden bridges 119 Piers for bridges
199
Timber frames for bridges
209
Roadways of bridges
218
Scantlings of the timbers
219
Joints Scarfing and Straps 123 Joints of timber frames 124 Scarfing pieces of timber 125 Straps for strengthening joints
220
Scaffolding Shoring Cofferdams Bressummers Storyposts 126 Gantries staging scaffolding
237
Shoring needling strutting 239 128 Cofferdams
239
73
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81
246
CHAPTER V
247
Grooving or ploughing
248
Tongueing
249
139
250
141
251
Matchedboarding
252
Veneers
253
Wedges
254
Floors and Skirtings 159 Floors
255
Foldingfloors
256
Parquetry do
257
Dado
258
Doors ledgeddoors 3
260
Folding do
261
Doorlinings
262
Panels
263
Foldingshutters
264
Liftingshutters
265
Gates
266
Lockgates
267
Windows 184 Sashes
268
Hung sashes
270
Swing sashes
272
Skylights
273
Cornices
276
Pilasters
277
Handrails
281
Ballusters
283
Roofs
285
Screws
287
Hinges
288
Locks
290
83
291
Bolts
294
The object of a roof various forms of roofs and modes of framing
296
247
299
84
301
248
303
Domical or cylindrical roofs
305
152
306
CHAPTER II
Application of the laws of mechanics 69 Theory of carpentry 85
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