Drafters Forum | JOBS | Drafting Standards | Funnies | Technical Dictionary | AutoCAD Tutorials | Free Lisp | Free Blocks

Come and have a chat at our drafters forum.

Joints in concrete

From Draftsperson.net

(Difference between revisions)
Revision as of 10:57, 31 October 2011
Allan (Talk | contribs)

← Previous diff
Revision as of 10:59, 31 October 2011
Allan (Talk | contribs)

Next diff →
Line 2: Line 2:
-<table>+<table cellpadding=0>
<tr> <tr>
-<td class="top-left">Joint type +<td class="top-left"><b>Joint type
-<td class="top-left">Abbreviation +<td class="top-left"><b>Abbreviation
-<td class="top-right">Linetype+<td class="top-right"><b>Linetype</b>
</td> </td>
</tr> </tr>

Revision as of 10:59, 31 October 2011

Joints shown in concrete plans or elevations as follows:

Joint type <b>Abbreviation <b>Linetype

Construction joint—general CJ B straight CJ(S) F dowelled DCJ K keyed KCJ G Isolation joint IJ A Contraction joints— keyed KJ G dowelled DJ K sawn or trowelled joint SJ F Expansion joints — dowelled DEJ K keyed KEJ G

Printable version



Main Page | Free AutoCAD Blocks | Free Revit Families | Funnies | Drafting Standards | Drafting & CAD Forums | Structural Drafting | Technical Dictionary

Personal tools