## An Encyclopaedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical |

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MB ABD , DBC , which AB and BC form with the

successively for radius the diagonals BD , BE , and BF . 1255 . In the

accompanying diagram , the weight , instead of being suspended by strings

acting by tension , is ...

MB ABD , DBC , which AB and BC form with the

**vertical**BD , by takingsuccessively for radius the diagonals BD , BE , and BF . 1255 . In the

accompanying diagram , the weight , instead of being suspended by strings

acting by tension , is ...

Page 361

That the

joints sensibly parallel , will act with its whole weight horizontally to overturn the

semi - arches and piers which carry them . 3 . That all the other voussoirs

between ...

That the

**vertical**voussoir CD , which represents the keystone , having also itsjoints sensibly parallel , will act with its whole weight horizontally to overturn the

semi - arches and piers which carry them . 3 . That all the other voussoirs

between ...

Page 428

If the post be of fir , whose primitive

, we have only to use the proportion 807 : 465000 : : 851 : 490980 , which divided

by 10 = 49098 ; the greatest weight with which it should be loaded . Method for ...

If the post be of fir , whose primitive

**vertical**strength to that of oak is as 851 to 807, we have only to use the proportion 807 : 465000 : : 851 : 490980 , which divided

by 10 = 49098 ; the greatest weight with which it should be loaded . Method for ...

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