- University's Alumni Coliseum
in 1963 with the world's largest glued laminated arches
span 308 feet, 3 1/2 inches. The roof of the Richmond
- ****emblies approached
timbers. Manufactured glued laminated wooden arches
seen in the United States
in 1934, offered
by Unit Structures...
musicians. The guitar
has a natural
wood sides, laminated arched
back and a tortoise-s**** design
are two main batches...
- Vermont Route
in 1889, it is an architecturally distinctive laminated arch structure
with a post-and-beam superstructure. It was listed
- Brownsville section
of West Windsor, Vermont. Built
in 1919, it has a laminated
by a post-and-beam superstructure, similar
to Best's Covered...
- The Vebjørn Sand da Vinci Project built
a laminated-wood parabolic-arch pedestrian bridge
over European route
E18 in Ås, Norway, in 2001. It...
- A timber
is a structural framework
of timbers designed
the space above
a room and to provide support
for a roof. Trusses usually
of Town lattice trusses
trusses, with an integrated laminated arch
of the trusses
have iron reinforcements
in the form of turnbuckles...
- drivable bridges
in the county, is a single
span Town truss
design, with laminated arches being added during
in 1985. The bridge’s WGCB number...
- The epicranial aponeurosis
(aponeurosis epicranialis, galea
aponeurotica) is an aponeurosis
(a tough layer
of dense fibrous
tissue) which covers