Definition of Extrados. Meaning of Extrados. Synonyms of Extrados

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Definition of Extrados

Extrados
Extrados Ex*tra"dos, n. [F.; pref. extra- outside + dos (L. dorsum) the back.] (Arch.) The exterior curve of an arch; esp., the upper curved face of the whole body of voussoirs. See Intrados.

Meaning of Extrados from wikipedia

- an arch bridge.[citation needed] The outer boundary of a voussoir is an extrados. In Visigothic and Moorish architectural traditions, the voussoirs are...
- A masonry arch Keystone Voussoir Extrados Impost Intrados Rise Clear span Abutment...
- a stepped downstream face at a slope of 0.5:1 (H:V). It has a constant extrados radius of 135 m and a crest length of 268 m. The non-overflow crest is...
- cargo and ro-ro. It has 4 berths with a total length of 645 metres at the extrados and 296 meters at the intrados. With depths going down to 18 metres ZH...
- Skew Arches, in which he considered the intrados of the barrel and the extrados as separate surfaces mapped onto concentric cylinders by drawing a separate...
- calcite organized with an ordered outer and inner calcite lining (the "extrados" and "intrados", respectively) and randomly oriented needle-shaped calcite...
- either side of the margin. It has very narrow, long staves with irregular extrados, and reinforced with rectangular abutments. Constructed in granite stonework...
- measured at the aileron articulation axis. Schempp-Hirth brakes on the extrados. The first flight of the P1 was on March 3, 2002, at CTA in São José dos...
- example of classical design. Architects used sloped forms to cover curved extrados (the outer surface of the arch) of the vaulted halls. From the central...
- girder bridge and a cable-sta**** bridge.: 85  The name comes from the word extrados, the exterior or upper curve of an arch, and refers to how the "stay cables"...