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The cladding of red marble applied to the Aedicule by Komminos has deteriorated badly and is detaching from the underlying structure ; since 1947 it has been held in place with an exterior scaffolding of iron girders installed by the British Mandate.
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The tomb built of rubble masonry and red sandstone, uses white marble as a cladding material and also for the flooring, lattice screens ( jaalis ), door frames, eaves ( chhajja ) and for the main dome.
In the 1850s, Lord Ward ( the Earl of Dudley ) engaged the architect Samuel Daukes, who had already altered his London house, Dudley House on Park Lane and the church at Great Witley, to remodel the house in Italianate style using ashlar stone cladding over the existing red brickwork.
The Moorish and Gothic Victorian influence is manifested immediately for its rectangular plan with towers at its front corners ; its decorative composite curved moldings which follows the contour of the roof overhang throughout the entire structure ; its colorful paint application ( the building is painted in horizontal bands following the exterior cladding alternating Ponce's official colors, red and black ; the interior is also painted very colorful, alternating vertical bands of red and orange that decorates the walls and a painted frieze with fireman's motif culminates the interior wall decoration ); and the use of long and narrow windows with fans at its top ; among other details typifies a Moorish style.
Lying on the fringes of both the Cotswolds and the Vale of Evesham, the village incorporates both Cotswold stone and red brick architecture, in addition to wattle and daub half-timbered thatched structures, plus a number of more modern houses and bungalows which have Cotswold stone cladding.
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During this period it was known as the Great White City due to the white marble cladding used on the exhibition pavilions, and hence gave its name to this part of Shepherd's Bush.
AUC New Cairo was built using 24, 000 tons of reinforcing steel, as well as 115, 000 square meters of stone, marble, granite cladding and flooring.
The same white Carrara marble as that used on Aon Center is employed as an exterior cladding and interior finish for First Canadian Place, with approximate 45, 000 marble panels weighing around each.
Easily processed porous travertine is used on external cladding of the concrete surfaces and marble is used for the inside surfaces of the Hall of Honour.
From outside, the two outstanding characteristics are the dark brown marble cladding and the impressive entranceway.
As regards the exterior Carrara marble cladding, over the years the 3 cm thick marble slabs had tended to curve: the slabs were too thin and were affected by the harsh winter weather conditions and pollution.
It is unique worldwide because its external cladding of white pentelikon marble is the same marble used in construction of the Parthenon and the other buildings in the Acropolis.
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Realizing this was not a permanent solution, GM, together with Gatorback Coatings, developed a coating that could be applied to the cladding to restore it to a like-new shine.
Cladding applied to exterior window and door casing ( brick-moulding ) and their associated parts is often referred to as window capping or window cladding.
It is critical that the installer understand the relationship between moisture and water infiltration and the long term integrity of the material that the cladding has been applied over.
The company derived its name from this cladding process which is applied not only on the bottom but extending all the way up the sides of each cooking vessel.
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A higher water level in the tube slowed more neutrons in the core, causing more neutron capture by the gadolinium tube cladding rather than by the uranium fuel, thus lowering the power level.
In fiber optics, a cladding mode is a mode that is confined to the cladding of an optical fiber by virtue of the fact that the cladding has a higher refractive index than the surrounding medium, which is either air or the primary polymer overcoat.
For step-index multimode fiber, the acceptance angle is determined only by the indices of refraction of the core and the cladding:
Alternatively, ovality of the core or cladding may be specified by a tolerance field consisting of two concentric circles, within which the cross section boundaries must lie.
Most work by inducing stress in the core via a non-circular cladding cross-section, or via rods of another material included within the cladding.
Refractive index contrast, Δ, is given by Δ = ( n < sub > 1 </ sub >< sup > 2 </ sup >- n < sub > 2 </ sub >< sup > 2 </ sup >)/( 2n < sub > 1 </ sub >< sup > 2 </ sup >), where n < sub > 1 </ sub > is the maximum refractive index in the core and n < sub > 2 </ sub > is the refractive index of the homogeneous cladding.
The lowest-order bounds mode is ascertained for the wavelength of interest by solving Maxwell's equations for the boundary conditions imposed by the fiber, which are determined by the core diameter and the refractive indices of the core and cladding.
For an optical fiber, a step-index profile is a refractive index profile characterized by a uniform refractive index within the core and a sharp decrease in refractive index at the core-cladding interface so that the cladding is of a lower refractive index.
A step-index fiber is characterized by the core and cladding refractive indices n < sub > 1 </ sub > and n < sub > 2 </ sub > and the core and cladding radii a and b. Examples of standard core and cladding diameters 2a / 2b are 8 / 125, 50 / 125, 62. 5 / 125, 85 / 125, or 100 / 140 ( units of µm ).
It does not include elements such as oxygen that may be bonded to the fuel metals, or cladding materials such as zirconium, which might be considered heavy metals by some other standards.
Gilbert was a skyscraper pioneer ; when designing the Woolworth Building he moved into unproven ground — though he certainly was aware of the ground-breaking work done by Chicago architects on skyscrapers and once discussed merging firms with the legendary Daniel Burnham — and his technique of cladding a steel frame became the model for decades.
Alternatively, only a slightly inset floor topped by a fibrous mesh and concrete building composite floor cladding is used for smaller high quality tile floors — these ' concrete ' subfloors have a good thermal match with ceramic tiles and so are popular with builders constructing kitchen, laundry and especially both common and high end bathrooms and any other room where large expanses of well supported ceramic tile will be used as a finished floor.
The remaining nine galleries are irregularly shaped and can be identified from the outside by their swirling organic forms and titanium cladding.
The raw material for plates was called Sheffield plate, plating by fusion or cold-rolled cladding and was a standard hardware item produced by heating and rolling silver foil in contact with a copper support.
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This potential has not been fully developed because of the ease and speed in building with other materials ; in the late-20th century brick was confined to low-or medium-rise structures or as a thin decorative cladding over concrete-and-steel buildings or for internal non-load-bearing walls.
The temple is described in the article as adapting " the robust typology of Mayan temples, with durasteel cladding specified for the external stone walls for improved defensive strength " and said to be a ziggurat that " is built above a Force-nexus and has ample room for training facilities, accommodation and the Jedi Archive.
) Modern ammunition has a hardened lead core with a softer outer cladding or jacket, typically of an alloy of copper and nickel-cupro-nickel.
In telecommunications and fiber optics, a plastic-clad silica fiber or polymer-clad silica fiber ( PCS ) is an optical fiber that has a silica-based core and a plastic cladding.
A typical single mode optical fiber has a core diameter between 8 and 10. 5 µm and a cladding diameter of 125 µm.
Rust has a lower density than metal, so it expands as it forms, cracking the decorative cladding off the wall, as well as damaging the structural concrete.
It is therefore uncommon to find large pieces of chestnut in building structures, but it has always been highly valued for small outdoor furniture pieces, where durability is important, such as fencing and wooden outdoor cladding ( shingles ) for covering buildings., pit-props In Italy, it is also used to make barrels used for aging balsamic vinegar.
Although the zirconium fuel cladding has been breached in other nuclear reactors without generating a release to the environment, at TMI-2 operators permitted fission products to leave the other containment barriers.
North Ayrshire Council has decided to remove plastic cladding from its buildings following a fatal fire in a tower block.
Because the stainless steel fuel cladding has a higher neutron capture cross section than Magnox fuel cans, enriched uranium fuel is needed, with the benefit of higher " burn ups " of 18, 000 MW < sub > t </ sub >- days per tonne of fuel, requiring less frequent refuelling.
The appearance of the library building has been criticised, mostly due to the unsightly staining of the cladding panels which were originally white and have never been cleaned.
However, the extremely traditional cladding has meant that the buildings have weathered better than most of their contemporaries with concrete or aggregate-faced façades or curtain-wall glazing.
Dysprosium titanate is a promising replacement for Ag-In-Cd alloys because it has a much higher melting point, does not tend to react with cladding materials, is easy to produce, does not produce radioactive waste, does not swell, and does not outgas.
The facelift has seen the curved fascia above the turnstiles replaced with cladding and canopies similar to those in front of the Holte Suite.
Utilitarian buildings often use corrugated galvanized steel sheet siding or cladding, which often has a coloured vinyl finish.
A typical field erected cooling tower has a pultruded FRP structure, FRP cladding, a mechanical unit for air draft, drift eliminator, and fill.