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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1893-1894-857

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FACULTY OF SCIENCE CXXXVll To what points in the following trades would you direct your special attention when inspecting works carpenter smith and painter Show by detail sketches the construction of the following forms of joinery lifting shutters" and folding shutters Name and sketch the different parts and joints used in the construction of wood staircase In what way does the joinery of doors of the 16th century differ from the present Illustrate your reply by sketches Explain the construction of hammer beam truss and give an elevation of the truss used in the Hampton Court or Westminster Hall roof 10 What would be the deflection of beam of red pine 12 in deep and in wide over 11 feet in opening having load of tons cwt in the centre 11 beam of Riga fir across 10 feet opening is in wide and has to carry safe distributed load of tons cwt What depth will be required 12 rolled iron joist 12 in by in in in metal has span of 14 feet What is the safe load distributed and what the breaking weight in centre 13 Describe with sketches the following buildings the Doge's Palace Venice and the Cathedral at Florence Give dates and other particulars 14 Compare the leading features of French Gothic with those of English and give sketches to illustrate at least one of the leading features 15 Explain the term Renaissance and point out the essential differences between that style and the Gothic 16 Mention the principal Italian Renaissance architects and their works Point out in what way the Renaissance of other countries was influenced by that school 17 Describe briefly at least one building of importance in England and one on the Continent of Renaissance architecture 18 Compare the Renaissance of the following schools Florence Venice Rome and Milan and name at least four examples of each
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