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Main roads

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Local roads

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Surfaces

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Road hazards

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Space allocation

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  • Complete streets

  • Contraflow lane

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  • Lane

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  • Shared space

  • Sidewalk / Pavement

  • Shoulder

  • Traffic calming

  • Traffic directionality

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  • Traffic lanes

  • Unused highway

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  • Woonerf










Demarcation

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Structures

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Stonemasonry




Types

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Materials

  • List of stone

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Tools

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  • Ceramic tile cutter

  • Chisel

  • Diamond blade

  • Lewis (lifting appliance)

  • Non-explosive demolition agents

  • Plug and feather

  • Stonemason's hammer

  • Straightedge




Techniques

  • Brickwork

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  • Repointing

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Products

  • Hardstone carving

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  • Mosaic

  • Sculpture

  • Stone wall




Organizations

  • International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers

  • Master of Work to the Crown of Scotland

  • Mason Contractors Association of America

  • Operative Plasterers' and Cement Masons' International Association

  • Worshipful Company of Masons






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Concrete




History




Composition

  • Cement

  • Portland Cement

  • Water

  • Aggregate

  • Reinforcement

  • Fly ash

  • Ground granulated blast furnace slag

  • Silica fume

  • Metakaolin




Production

  • Concrete plant

  • Volumetric concrete mixer

  • Concrete slump test

  • Curing




Science

  • Properties of concrete

  • Concrete degradation

  • Environmental impact of concrete

  • Concrete recycling




Types

  • Energetically modified cement

  • Fiber reinforced concrete

  • Rosendale cement (natural cement)

  • Pervious concrete

  • Precast concrete

  • Pre-stressed concrete

  • Ready-mix concrete

  • Reinforced concrete

  • Roller-compacted concrete




Construction

  • Formwork




  • wikipedia bookBook:Concrete

  • categoryCategory:Concrete



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