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intrados

[′in·trə‚däs]
(architecture)
The inner curved surface of an arch.
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Intrados

The inner curve or face of an arch or vault forming the concave underside.
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intrados

The inner curve or face of an arch or vault forming the concave underside.
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a very complex shearing flow develops near the intrados region where strongest stretch is generated.
Caption: Figure 4: Definition of lines of centers (focuses in the case of parabolas) for both intrados and extrados faces.
As shown in the figure, the final displacement of the tunnel segment is mainly observed on the intrados of the target segment (F2) and its adjacent segments.
Engineers visually inspected the arch intrados (interior curve of the arch), spandrel and wing walls, and the railings to assess the general condition of the bridge, and took core samples.
The contracts were received by GRAD Arkitekter AB, Ove Hidemark Arkitektkontor Ab, Hifab Byggprojektledaren AB, J&W Management, Projektkompetens i Stockholm AB, Scandiaconsult Projektledning AB (SCC), Sweco Projektledning AB, Sycon AB, Temagruppen Sverige AB, Tibi Stockholm AB, Tyrens Projektledarna AB, Byggadministrator AB, Intrados AB, Kastellholmen Projekt & Byggledning AB, Mats Thoren AB, Nektarinen AB, Per-Olof Karlstrom Project AB and Projektbyran Roland Korsen AB.
(The internal height of the vault was made 55 braccia from base to intrados, identical to the internal height of the Baptistery.) [24]