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    Control joints are considered joints that will _______shortening, shrinkage and/or reduction in the length of the wall.

Masonry is the building of structures from individual units, which are often laid in and bound together by a mortar. The common building materials are bricks, building stones, concrete blocks and glass. This art is a highly...

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    In Masonry,  when you take the joints in the brick and stone and grind them out to refill them back in,what is that called?

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    Special inspections are not required for _______.

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    Bars spliced by non-contact lap splices shall not be spaced transversely farther apart than _______ the required length of lap nor more than 8 inches.

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    On the main level of the exploratory wing what size and shape is the steel column at U and 11?

Masonry Questions & Answers


What shall be the minimum length of saw-cut prisms?
Correct answer is option C – 4 inches The minimum length of a saw – cut prism is 4 inches. The length of a masonry prism may be reduced by saw – cutting. Prisms composed of regular shaped hollow units shall have at least one comple
How deep, in inches, should the mortar joint be ranked when installing control joints?
(1/2") figure 10.2 page 273 contradicts page 275. confusing..
Special inspections are not required for _______.
Empirically designed category I, II, or III (non-essential) facilitiesIBC 1704.5.1
What is a mechanical splice?
A mechanical splice is a junction of two or more optical fibers that are aligned and held in place by a self-contained assembly.
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