Read the General Instructions above.

You are only permitted to attempt seven questions.

*1. Plan A represents one course at the end of a brick wall built in Flemish bond.

Draw to a scale of 1" to a foot, making any alteration you think necessary. Also draw plan B, showing the arrangement of the bricks in the next course. (11.)

2. Give a sketch elevation showing a portion of a stone wall built of squared rubble worked up to courses. (11.)

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*3. Elevation showing two 13" square balks of timber halved together.

Draw the joint to a scale of 3/4" to a foot, but showing it tabled and secured by hard wood wedges, without any bolts. (11.)

*4. Plan of a beam cogged on to a wall plate.

Give a section through a a to a scale of 1" to a foot. (11.)

*5. Elevation of a stone arch.

Draw to twice the scale, and write on it the names of all the different parts of the structure. (11.)

6. Explain by aid of sketches the meaning of the following terms: - wood plugs, lead dots, double quirk bead, wood lintel. (12.)

*7. Parts of a roof truss. One member of each kind being given.

Draw the truss to a scale of 4 feet to an inch, writing down the name of the truss and of its different members, including any ironwork. (12.) *8. Plan of part of an 18" brick wall built in English bond, showing also the width of the bottom course of footings.

Draw the plan, to a scale of 3/4" to a foot, filling in the bricks in the 18" course only.

Draw a vertical section through A A, showing the arrangement of the bricks in the footings, no offset to be more than a 1/4 brick.

(13.) 9. A cast-iron cantilever is 10" in depth, and its flanges are respectively 4"x3/4"and8"xl 1/4".

Draw its section in position, one-third full size. (13.)

*10. Horizontal section through a 4-panelled door, 7' high.

Draw its outside elevation, and a vertical section through a a, to a scale of 3/4" to a foot, showing the top panels bead butt, and the bottom panels bead flush. (13.)

11. Draw, to a scale of 1 1/2" to a foot, a section through the eaves of a roof, showing 4 1/2" x 2" rafters, with 3" x 1" battens, carrying 24" slates. Show four courses of slates, centre nailed, and laid to a 4" lap.

(14.) 12. An iron roof truss over a 24 ft. span consists of tee iron principals

3"x2 1/2"x3/8", two angle iron struts, l 1/2"xl 1/2"x3/8", and 5 tension rods of 7/8" diameter.

Draw the elevation of about half the truss, to a scale of two feet to an inch. (15.)

13. Draw a cross section, to a scale of 1" to a foot, through an 8" lead gutter with step-flashings, formed at the end of a boarded and slated roof butting against the brick wall of another building. Also show the step-flashings in elevation. (16.)

14. Draw a vertical cross section, to a scale of l 1/2" to a foot, through the foot of a wooden king post, and a tie beam 5" x 11", showing all the details of a stirrup iron 3/8" thick, properly wedged up with gibs and cotters. (16.)