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Week 8 Journal In this week, we talked about how to draw the details of the section.

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The plan of our group is the plan of Omond college. The images above are the photos that we taken about the details we chose. The Image 4 is the detail that I should focus on. We are required to redrew the section detail and change the 1:5 scale to 1:1.

The main structure:

1. Weep hole: A weep hole or weeper hole is a small opening left in the outer wall of masonry construction as an outlet for water inside a building to move outside the wall and evaporate.

2. Flashing : Flashing refers to thin pieces of impervious material installed to prevent the passage of water into a structure from a joint.


3. Backing rod: Backer rod is a round open- or closed-cell foam rod used to fill joints between building materials. It is used to fill most of the void in a joint so caulking or chinking material, a mortar-like sealant, can be applied to finish filling the void and create an air-tight and water-tight seal. 4. Sarking: Sarking is the use of wood panels, or "sarking boards", under the shingles of a roof to provide support.

E- learning Opening in Walls: Deal with form, shape, void, solid. Details link to the successful of the building design. Whether they need be shaded, when they need to be shaded in the year or in the day are also important. Wilson hall carton wall structure. The loads are support on the columns and they are hidden in the building. It is a brick building. New york (1998) Not a normal door, like a tunnel. Glass: What’s glass? Formers +Fluxes + Stabilizers. Glass is a state of matter. History of glass from 3000s BC. While glass is considered to be a stiff material, it does give slightly under stress, up to a breaking point, but rebounds exactly to its original shape.


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