Results for: Plinth

In Civil Engineering

What is a plinth beam?

According to Webster, a plinth is a block upon which the moldings an an architrave or trim are stopped at the bottom, or the lower course of stones forming a foundation.
In TV Programming and Commercials

Why is your nodding buster on a plinth?

Well it's not, not yet anyway; however, in my opinion it very well should be and sitting in my father's view for sheer torture!
In Uncategorized

Why is the fourth plinth called the fourth plinth?

because there are four plinths in Trafalgar square the first 3 holding statues of some important blokes and the 4th holding specially commissioned art , hence the name the fou (MORE)
In Concrete and Cement

What is a concrete plinth?

A plinth is a base or foundation for an object, sometimes referred to colloquially as a slab. However, "plinth" usually refers to the base of a sculpture and is reserved for (MORE)
In Civil Engineering

What do you mean by plinth in civil engg?

In classical architecture, a plinth is a vertically faced member immediately below the circular base of a column. The term also describes the lowest member of a pedestal and i (MORE)
In Math and Arithmetic

What is plinth area estimate?

plinth area is when measuring a building. it is a stage during the procurement of a project
In Home Construction

What is plinth protection?

Plinth protection is the additional length or strengthening provided in the lowest portion of a beam or the lower portion of a foundation/floor by providing additional thickne (MORE)
In Height

What is plinth height?

A Plinth is a course of stones forming a base in a continuous foundation … the base course. The plinth height would be the height of that course.
In Civil Engineering

What is the meaning of hollow plinth?

A plinth is usually a small column or narrow upright box , used todisplay art, mostly sculpture. A hollow plinth would have a spacein the center, but there are also solid plin (MORE)