By John Carruthers
Brickwork permits the reader to enhance their knowing of key topics by means of finishing the varied routines and exams, together with a number of selection questions. additionally, each one subject starts with a precis of key proof and figures, making this a great direction textual content established around middle details and exams instead of studying a longer textual content. The assurance comprises wellbeing and fitness and security and simple calculations in addition to the technical and sensible elements of brickwork. All scholars of bricklaying will locate this a stimulating and important revision aid.
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25. The usual thickness for a joint between the voussoirs in a gauged arch is: a 3 mm b 10 mm c 5 mm d 15 mm. 26. The voussoirs for an axed segmental arch are set out on the: a centre line b extrados c springing line d intrados. 27. The intrados of an arch is: a the inner edge b the outer edge c the highest point d the centre of the arch. 28. Which of the following arches is called a ‘bonded’ arch? a b c d 53 54 BRICKWORK 29. The part of a brick indicated by × is called the: a arris b frog c header face d stretcher face.
22. What are proﬁles constructed out of? 23. What information would you ﬁnd on a title panel? 24. How do you take care of a cowley level? 3 1. Why must you take care when setting out? Mistakes during the setting-out stage can be very expensive to put right. Always check and recheck before starting any work. 2. Why should you reverse a straight edge each time you move it? When levelling with a straight edge and level, it should be reversed end on end each time it is used. This will counter any inaccuracies in the straight edge or level.
Actual size – the size of an individual brick or block as measured on site. It may vary from the work size, within certain allowances for tolerance. Arch – an arrangement of bricks that span an opening. It is usually curved in shape, but it may also be ﬂat. Arris – any sharp edge of a brick formed by the junction of two faces. Axed arch – an arch formed of voussoirs that are cut to a wedge shape with a brick hammer and bolster chisel. g. half bat or three-quarter bat. Bed – the horizontal layer of mortar on which a brick is laid.