## The Encyclopedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical |

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The ninth shows the reduced

of the depth to the length , supposing the primitive

pieces in the same table . The tenth column gives the result of the calculation ...

The ninth shows the reduced

**strength**of the pieces in respect of the proportionsof the depth to the length , supposing the primitive

**strength**equal for all thepieces in the same table . The tenth column gives the result of the calculation ...

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To find the

Against these dimensions in the Table VI . we find 10378 as the breaking weight .

In the Table VII , we find the primitive horizontal

To find the

**strength**of a beam of fir 23 . 98 ft . long and 5 . 330 by 9 . 594 in .Against these dimensions in the Table VI . we find 10378 as the breaking weight .

In the Table VII , we find the primitive horizontal

**strength**of oak is to that of Řr as ...Page 450

The formula thus found for calculating the

weight of long pillars , and c crushing force of the iron . ( Warr and Gregory . )

1631a . Euler , treating on the

The formula thus found for calculating the

**strength**was W + 30 . Here W breakingweight of long pillars , and c crushing force of the iron . ( Warr and Gregory . )

1631a . Euler , treating on the

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HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE | 1 |

PAGE PAGE | 11 |

Areades above Arcades 854 Sect 14 Circular Windows 951 | 13 |

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