double roof

double roof

A timber framing system in which the common rafters rest on purlins which provide intermediate support.
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the north portico of the monument will be covered with a double roof, while the eastern gallery will be covered with one-storied roof.
Other constructional measures include ventilated facades, heat-regulating massive constructions, increasing room-height, insulation in walls and ceilings and double roof constructions with white reflective surface that reduces solar heating of the building.
99, while a four-person double roof tent is available for [euro]34.
Jack Arch was also used for constructing Double roof to control indoor thermal condition of the rooms (Fig.
Wright, a Balfour Beatty company, successfully installed six, 280 foot steel double roof trusses at the North Hall addition of the Tony Nelsson Equestrian Center expansion project located at WestWorld of Scottsdale.
Unlike a standard grain bin, the Safe T Homes were developed with a double roof structure (patent pending) to prevent overheating of the interior.
He's had a couple of gallops, is fit and well, and the heat hasn't bothered him as our kennels here might be old but have the advantage of a double roof which makes them warm in winter and cool in the summer.
A double roof structure with large overhangs helps minimise solar glare and overheating whilst allowing large expanses of glass to provide naturally lit classrooms and good views.
This deluxe double roof swing seat gazebo has an integrated three-seat swinging bench.
At the apex, where wind speeds are at a maximum, a domed double roof cavity will direct the wind towards an array of wind turbines.
Firefighters continued to put water on the house for several hours while searching the unusual double roof for areas where the fire was still smoldering.
The double roof with wide southern eaves protects the rooms from excessive sun in summer and encourages cooling breezes.