circular arch

circular arch

An arch whose intrados takes the form of a segment of a circle.
See also: Arch

circular arch

An arch whose intrados takes the form of a segment of a circle.
References in classic literature ?
The ascent into the tower is by an exceeding deep flight of steep steps, four feet and a half wide, on the south side leading to a low doorway, over which is a circular arch crossed by a great transom stone.
Two main arches welcome visitors with brilliant traditional Malay heritage icons along Sims Avenue and Changi Road, while a circular arch stands tall at the corner of Engku Aman Road and Sims Avenue.
It describes in sufficient detail the calculation of the action of the external concentrated moment and the calculation of all the kinematic parameters of the deformed state of the circular arch.
Dogruer, "Out-of-plane free vibration of a circular arch with uniform cross-section: Exact solution," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol.
In 2002, she became a cause celebre with her first entry at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show - a Celtic sanctuary garden steeped in mysticism and full of rambling wild flowers, moss and hawthorn trees, accessed via a stone circular arch.
where ERROR is the deviation between intersection of tangent lines (I) and the circular arch
The span of an arch was 780 mm (30.7 in.) with a height of 110 mm (4.3 in.) (circular arch with radius of curvature, r = 300 mm).
For all cases, a straight line and a compound of straight plus a circular arch are proposed, resulting in different rules of variation.
Meanwhile, the semi- circular arches betray a Portuguese touch." Sudhir Bhargava, a descendent of Maharaja Hemchandra, and adviser in the project, shared "Delhi does not have a European structure this old, but this structure bears a clear Portuguese stamp.