Read the General Instructions above.
You are only permitted to attempt seven questions.
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.)
*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.)
*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".
*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.
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.)