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LOYOGOY, HILLARY B.

CORRCOURSE
AR508 AR. NARDO
BUILDING TECHNOLOGY PART 1
Q1. Any of various arrangements if masonry units having a regular, recognizable, usually
overlapping pattern to increase the strength and enhance the appearance of the
construction.
A1. BOND
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 32

Q2. A masonry unit of clay, formed into a rectangular prism while plastic and hardened
by drying in the sun or firing in a kiln.
A2. BRICK
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 18

Q3. An artificial, stone-like building material made by mixing cement and various mineral
aggregates with sufficient water to cause the cement to set and bind the entire mass.
A3. CONCRETE
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 42

Q4. A hinged, sliding, or folding barrier of wood, metal or glass for opening and closing
an entrance to a building, room or cabinet.
A4. DOOR
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 62

Q5. Holding together or uniting two or more parts or members, as by dumping with a
mechanical fastener, by bonding with an adhesive, or by welding or soldering.
A5. FASTENING
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 82
Q6. A hard, brittle, usually transparent or translucent substance, produced by fusing
together with a flux and a stabilizer into a mass that cools to a rigid condition without
crystallization.
A6. GLASS
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 112

Q7. The metal tools, fastenings, and fittings used in construction.


A7. HARDWARE
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 114

Q8. A stable assembly of structural elements designed and constructed to function as a


whole in supporting and transmitting applied loads safely to the ground without exceeding
the allowable stresses in the members.
A8. STRUCTURE
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 238

Q9. A mixture of a solid pigment suspended in a liquid vehicle, applied as a thin, usually
opaque coating to a surface for protection and decoration.
A9. PAINT
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 187

Q10. Any of numerous synthetic or natural organic materials that are mostly thermoplastic
or thermosetting polymers of high molecular weight and that can be molded, extruded, or
drawn into objects, films or filaments.
A10 PLASTIC
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 192
Q11. A composition of gypsum or lime, water, sand and sometime hair of other fiber,
applied in a pasty form to the surfaces of walls or ceilings in a plastic state and allowed
to harden and dry.
A11. PLASTER
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 188

Q12. Any of various upright constructions presenting a continuous surface and serving to
enclose, divide, or protect an area.
A12. WALL
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 266

Q13. An opening in the wall of a building for admitting light and air, usually fitted with a
frame in which are set operable sashes containing panes of glass,
A13. WINDOW
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 271

Q14. The tough, fibrous cellular substance that makes up most of the stems and branches
of trees beneath the bark.
A14. WOOD
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 276

Q15. Rock or a piece of rock quarried and worked into a specific size and shape for a
particular purpose.
A15. STONE
Reference: A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Ching, F.D.K., Page 236