The employment of metal connectors in order to bind the ashlars of stone facing in monuments from 1st to 20th century

Architecture, through the centuries, had always made use of iron not only for gates, staircases, banisters and railings, but also for firming buildings, connecting stones or timber among them and linking together distant parts by means of bars. In the most ancient buildings metal was used with more thriftiness than today's and, at any rate, it was never...

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Κύριοι συγγραφείς: Borasi Vincenzo, Lerda M., Rella M.
Συλλογικό Έργο: International symposium on the conservation of monuments in the Mediterranean, International Group on the Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean Basin (I.G.C.M.M.), Community of Mediterranean Univ., ΕΜΠ, European Commission - Directorate General X, Intern. Centr. of Mediterranean Studies, Νομαρχία Δωδεκανήσου, Δήμος Ρόδου, ΤΕΕ - Τμ. Δωδεκανήσου
Κατηγορία Υλικού: Εισήγηση συνεδρίου
Γλώσσα: Αγγλικά
Γλώσσα περίληψης: Αγγλικά
Στοιχεία έκδοσης: ΤΕΕ , 1997
Πηγή:Νέες αντιλήψεις, τεχνολογίες και υλικά για τη συντήρηση και διαχείριση ιστορικών πόλεων και συνόλων (4ο:1997:Ρόδος, Ελλάδα) / / A. Moropoulou, E. Zezza, E. Kollias, I. Papachristodoulou . τ.2
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Γενική θεματική ενότητα:ΑΡΧΙΤΕΚΤΟΝΙΚΗ
Διαδίκτυο:Το πλήρες κείμενο
Φυσική περιγραφή:vol.2, pp.517-526 : fig.
Βιβλιογραφία:Biblgr.:p.526
Εκδότης:ΤΕΕ
Περίληψη:Architecture, through the centuries, had always made use of iron not only for gates, staircases, banisters and railings, but also for firming buildings, connecting stones or timber among them and linking together distant parts by means of bars. In the most ancient buildings metal was used with more thriftiness than today's and, at any rate, it was never employed in sight. We can find only some bronze harpoons, iron bars and cramps hidden in architraves, drip-stones and vaults. The walls of the Concord temple in Agrigento show an example of this kind of building. Rows, formed by equal dimension stones cut out carefully, are connected with copper pivots; the execution of this masonry is so perfect, that after making arcades in side walls many centuries later this didn't cause detachments on the top. In gothic buildings, on the contrary, using iron became very plentiful: there is no stone not sealed with lead and iron cramps. The explanation of this is given by the great length of the arches' and vaults' piers and to have to endure thrust of the high and daring cross-vaults. The use of iron cramps was sometimes excessive and so blamed: indeed Vignola said "buildings must not to be supported by iron bars". (AU)
ISBN:960-7018-59-1 (set)
960-7018-61-3 (τ.2)
Κωδικός DEWEY:721.0288 - (Αποκατασταση μνημειων:Αρχιτεκτονικος σχεδιασμος)
620.1122 - (Διάβρωση φυσικών λίθων:Αντοχή υλικών)
721.02880945 - (Προστασία μνημείων:Αρχιτεκτονικός σχεδιασμός-Ιταλία)
721.8 - (Συνδεσμοι:Δομικα στοιχεια:Αρχιτεκτονικος σχεδιασμος)
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