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The Bonding of Brickwork

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  • Date Published: April 2016
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781316603826

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  • Originally published in 1933, this book presents a guide to the process of brick bonding. The text was created 'with the object of providing information for the use of students, craftsmen, foremen and others engaged in the building industry'. Examples for practice are included at the end. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in brickwork and the history of the building industry.

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    • Date Published: April 2016
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781316603826
    • length: 254 pages
    • dimensions: 180 x 130 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.25kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. The bonding of brickwork
    2. Patterns of bricks to be used for bonding
    3. Examples of face bonds
    4. English bond. Plans
    5. Flemish bond. Plans
    6. English bond with Flemish face. Plans
    7. Quoins in English bond. Plans of external angles
    8. Quoins in Flemish bond. Plans of external angles
    9. Quoins in single Flemish bond. Plans of external angles
    10. Quoin bonds for cavity walls. Plans of external angles
    11. Squint quoins: English bond. Plans of acute angles
    12. Squint quoins: Flemish bond. Plans of acute angles
    13. Squint quoins: recessed corner. Plans of acute angles
    14. Squint quoins: English bond. Plans of obtuse angles
    15. Squint quoins: Flemish bond. Plans of obtuse angles
    16. Squint quoins: single Flemish bond. Plans of obtuse angles
    17. Reveals in English bond
    18. Reveals in Flemish bond
    19. Attached plain piers in English bond
    20. Attached plain piers in Flemish bond walls
    21. Attached piers with chamfered angles
    22. Double attached plain piers in English bond walls
    23. Miscellaneous examples of attached piers
    24. Square junctions in English bond
    25. Square junctions in Flemish bond
    26. Square junction to walls with one face in Flemish bond
    27. Splay junctions
    28. Cross junctions
    29. Cross junctions
    30. Junctions of curved and straight walls
    31. 'Breaks' or 'returns'
    32. Isolated piers: English bond
    33. Isolated piers: Flemish bond
    34. Chimney-stack bonds
    35. Fireplace openings
    36. Quoins, stopped ends and reveals
    37. Stepped reveals
    38. Projecting quoins
    39. Miscellaneous examples of bonding
    40. Broken bond above and below openings
    41. Bond at openings in cavity walls
    42. Square-angled bay windows
    43. Footings to quoins of various walls
    44. Footings to piers
    45. Footings to obtuse and acute quoins
    46. Special bonding for various examples
    47. Pattern bonding
    48. Brickwork panels
    49. Examples for practice.

  • Author

    William Frost

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