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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Carpentry and Joinery: Work Activities.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brian Porter; Reg Rose
|Notes:||6.2 Door Frames.|
|Description:||1 online resource (329 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; 1 Ground and Upper Floors; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Suspended Timber Ground Floors; 1.3 Joists; 1.4 Joist Span; 1.5 Joist Length; 1.6 Joist Spacing; 1.7 Cross-Sectional Size of Joists; 1.8 Flooring (Decking) Materials; 1.9 Joist Supports; 1.10 Layout of Joists For Part of a Ground Floor; 1.11 Calculating the Number of Joists Required For a Given Room; 1.12 Layout of the Ground Floor Joists; 1.13 Protecting the Ground Floor Joists From Rising Moisture. 1.14 Protecting the Ground Floor Joists From Condensation1.15 Insulation of the Ground Floor Structure; 1.16 Placing and Levelling Ground Floor Joists; 1.17 Laying Sheet Floor Decking; 1.18 Laying Tongued and Grooved Floor Boards; 1.19 Finish of Floor Boards at the Edge of a Hearth; 1.20 Forming Access Traps in Floor Decking; 1.21 Solid Ground Floors; 1.22 Suspended Timber Upper Floors; 1.23 Size of Trimmers and Trimming Joists; 1.24 Jointing of Trimmers, Trimming and Trimmed Joists; 1.25 Use of Metal Hangers; 1.26 Setting Out Upper Floor Joists. 1.27 Trimming Round a Projecting Flue (Chimney Breast)1.28 Securing Floor Joists to External Walls; 1.29 Strutting to Upper Floor Joists; 1.30 Cutting and Fitting Herring-Bone Strutting; 1.31 Floor Decking; 1.32 Traps in Upper Floor Decking; 1.33 Notching and Holes in Upper Floor Joists; 1.34 Thermal Insulation; 1.35 Sound Insulation; 1.36 Upper Floors (Double); 1.37 Double Floor Assembly; 2 Partitions (Non-Load-bearing); 2.1 Timber Stud and Sheet Partitions; 2.2 Proprietary Partitions of Panel Construction; 2.3 Insulation; 2.4 Protection from Fire; 3 Flat Roofs and Finishes; 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Roof Falls3.3 Carcass Construction (Framework); 3.4 Roof Decking; 3.5 Eaves Treatment; 3.6 Verge Treatment; 3.7 Roof Anchorage; 3.8 Thermal Insulation; 3.9 Roof Covering (Weatherproofing); 3.10 Stages of Construction; 4 Pitched Roofs; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Roof Types; 4.3 Roof Parts and Components; 4.4 Pitched Roof Triangulation; 4.5 Setting Out a Gable Roof; 4.6 Setting Out the Rafters of the Roof Over the Garage of the House; 4.7 Eaves details; 4.8 Setting Out a Double Roof with Hipped Ends; 4.9 Pitching a Hipped Roof; 4.10 The Steel Roofing Square; 4.11 Trussed Roofs. 4.12 Trussed Rafter Roofs4.13 Ventilation of Insulated Roofs; 5 Temporary Work; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Formwork; 5.3 Timber and Timber Based Materials Used for Formwork; 5.4 Support and Bracing For the Formwork; 5.5 Types of Concrete Members; 5.6 Forms or Mould Boxes for Pre-cast Concrete; 5.7 Cast In Situ Concrete; 5.8 Column Formwork; 5.9 Propped Formwork For Suspended Floors; 5.10 Formwork for Isolated Beams; 5.11 Range of Formwork Profiles; 5.12 Timber Centres for Arches Up To 1.5 m Span; 5.13 Shoring; 5.14 Timbering to Trenches (Not More Than 2 m Deep); 6 Wooden Doors; 6.1 Grouping Doors.|
|Responsibility:||Brian Porter, Reg Rose.|
"This book is excellent. A book like this is well overdue"College Lecturer, UK"Expressed in terms that NVQ students will understand, covers course content well and is well suited to student