segmental arch

NOUN
  1. a shallow arch; an arch that is less than a semicircle
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How To Use segmental arch In A Sentence

  • Missing from the Georgian facade are the earlier vernacular features of glazed headers, segmental arch windows, and a belt course.
  • They represent the segmental architecture of our phylogenetic ancestors.
  • The bridge spans the river with a 15 m segmental arch and a tall overhead arch was built at the eastern end of the bridge with smaller arches on the sides for pedestrians.
  • The molded brick water table jogs over basement windows with segmental arches.
  • As examples of a cocket and of a supported center and also as examples of well thought out center design we give the two centers shown by Figs. 148 and 149, both designed for a 50-ft. span segmental arch by the same engineer. Concrete Construction Methods and Costs
  • The second year included rowlock and bonded segmental arches; blocking, toothing, and corbeling; building and bonding of vaulted walls; polygonal and circular walls, piers and chimneys; fire-places and flues. One Way Out A Middle-class New-Englander Emigrates to America
  • When the arch is formed of a curve that is less than a semicircle (a segment of a circle), with its centre below the diameter, it is called a segmental arch. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Missing from the Georgian facade are the earlier vernacular features of glazed headers, segmental arch windows, and a belt course.
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