The principles and practice of modern house-construction Т2 by G. Lister Sutcliffe
By G. Lister Sutcliffe
Прекрасный справочник в шести томах, содержащий все разделы, необходимые для проектирования и постройки зданий
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110 gives form made in the shown, should be founded upon a cast-iron curb of segments best to construct it and bolted together. The outer surface of the concrete should be rendered with cement, made and payed over with grease. of the ground against the sides of perfectly smooth, The friction the well causes a resistance to its descent, and has attained a certain depth (depending upon the nature of the soil), it will become When this occurs, water should earth-bound. after it be poured round the outside to diminish the friction, and the well should be loaded.
In a paper read by Professor Percy Frankland before the Brighton Congress of the Sanitary Institute in 1890, on "Lead " It is unquestionable that one and Poisoning by Soft Water-supplies", he says: the same water-supply and become we may have inactive at another. " Dr. Thresh, in his work on Water and Water-supplies (1896), says: "Whatever may be the nature of the action which takes place, the waters which act most such as rain-water, upland surface-water, and the waters of certain lakes; and if the uplands from which the water is freely upon lead are soft waters, collected be covered with peat, the plumbo-solvent action of the water will at certain seasons be most energetic.
Gallons; washing that flushing water-closet, 3*00 gallons is to say, a total of 15 gallons per head In a large establishment, where a carriage and horses are kept, the per day. allowance should be from 20 to 30 gallons per head per day. In determining the sufficiency or otherwise of a stream to afford the it is necessary to ascertain quantity of water required in any particular case, Where the dry-weather flow would be insuffithe minimum dry-weather flow. and the power is possessed to throw a dam across the stream, a large In reservoir may be formed in order to impound the water in time of floods.