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Definition of the noun abutment arch
What does abutment arch mean as a name of something?
- an arch supported by an abutment
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Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive by Russell Sturgis
ARCH Abutment Arch. That arch of a series which comes next to the outer abutment ; as the land arch of a bridge. Back Arch. An arch carrying the back or inner part of a wall, where the exterior face of the wall is carried in a different way ...
An Unabridged Reprint of the 1901-2 Edition by Russell Sturgis, Francis A. Davis
ARCH Abutment Arch. That arch of a series which comes next to the outer abutment; as the land arch of a bridge.
by Wyvill James Christy
Abutment Arch. An opening or aperture in an abutment in the form of an arch, which is sometimes introduced when the wing walls are very massive. It is occasionally called a land arch. See Horizontal Arch. Abutment (Circular). When the end ...
Technological dictionary (1920)
by Néstor Ponce de León
terminal de un puente, abutment arch — toral, transverse arch, reinforcing arch. transverse rib. — transversal, massive rib — trebolado, trifoiled arch, ihreefoiled arch. — de tres centros, threecentered arch. — triangular, triangular arch.
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