chap9 Concrete & Stone Masonry.ppt - Chapter 9 Stone Concrete Masonry Stone vs Brick Similarities Both stacked Mortar Joints Differences Shape Brick

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Chapter 9 Stone & Concrete Masonry
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Stone vs Brick Similarities: Both stacked Mortar Joints Differences: Shape: Brick molded - Stone Cut and Carved Physical Properties: Brick made/controlled – Stone provided by nature
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Types of Building Stone Granite (Igneous) Limestone & Sandstone (Sedimentary) Slate & Marble (Metamorphic)
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Granite Non-porous, hard, strong, durable Color Range Surface Textures Sources Primary Uses
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Some of the Color Options
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Polished Surface Rough Texture
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Texture Variances (Note the Effect on Appearance)
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Shape Flat to Round
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Interior Uses – Floors & Walls
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Exterior Application
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Exterior Application
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Limestone & Sandstone Porous, relatively weak Color Range Surface Textures Sources Primary Uses
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Limestone with Granite
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Simulated Limestone Cladding
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Metamorphic Rock Marble Slate
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Marble - Exterior Application
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Marble Flooring
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Marble Flooring
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Slate Roofing
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Slate Flooring
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