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Bonds in Brick Masonry
Type - 1 Guess…. Ans: Slide 3
Type - 1 STRECTCHER BOND
Type - 2 Guess…. Ans: Slide 5
Type - 2 HEADER BOND
Type - 3 Guess…. Ans: Slide 7
Type - 3 ENGLISH BOND
Type - 4 Who am i? … Ans: Slide 9
Type - 4 FLEMISH BOND
Type - 5 Guess…. Ans: Slide 1Ans: Slide 11
Type - 5 FACING BOND
Type - 6 Guess … Ans: Slide 15
Type - 6 DUTCH BOND
Type - 7 Can You name me … Ans: Slide 15
Type - 7 RACKING BOND
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Type - 8 ZIG ZAG BOND
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Presented By :- Enrollment No. Name of student : Bhadani Dhaval : Chandpara Krunal Seminar on:- Bonds in brick work & types.
MASONRY. Masonry CONSTRUCTION IN BRICKS OR STONES (BONDED) MORTAR (CEMENT +WATER + AGGREGATES)
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MASONRY. Introduction Masonry→ construction of buildings units bonded together with mortar The building units →bricks, stones or precast concrete, Depending.
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DIVIDING INTEGERS 1. IF THE SIGNS ARE THE SAME THE ANSWER IS POSITIVE 2. IF THE SIGNS ARE DIFFERENT THE ANSWER IS NEGATIVE.
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Number bonds to 10, = = = = = = = = 10 Making 10, 20 and 100 Adding can be a lot easier.
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