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  • 1. Dezyne E’ Cole College www.dezyneecole.com Yasmeen. S B-Sc-I D –II Sem. Dezyne E’cole College TOPIC: CLASSIFICATION OF STONE MASONRY &DRESSING OF STONE
  • 2. MASONRY •Construction of building units bonded together •Masonry is basically a wall material
  • 3. Types of MASONRY • Stone masonry • Brick masonry • Reinforced brick masonry • Composite masonry • Hallow concrete block masonry • Load bearing wall tile masonry
  • 4. STONE MASONRY Means Stone craft
  • 5. Stone Masonry Rubble masonry Uncoursed rubble masonry Random rubble masonry Coursed rubble masonry Dry rubble masonry Ashlar masonry Ashlar fine Ashlar rough tool Ashlar chamfered Ashlar facing Types of Stone Masonry
  • 6. Rubble masonry Rough, Unhewn Building Stone Set In Mortar, But Not Laid In Regular Courses Dry rubble masonry Random rubble masonry Coursed rubble masonry Uncoursed rubble masonry
  • 7. Ashlar masonry It is finely dressed (cut, worked) masonry, either an individual stone that has been worked until squared Ashlar Fine Ashlar Chamfered Ashlar Rough Tool Ashlars Facing
  • 8. SELECTION OF STONE FOR MASONRY
  • 9. DRESSING OF STONES The stones after being quarried are to be cut into suitable sizes and with suitable surfaces
  • 10. Commonly Used Tools • Pick • Face hammer • Scabbling hammer • Mallet • Sutke • Mash hammer • Spalling hammer • Pitching tool • Punch • Chisel • Toothed chisel • Claw chisel • Jumper • Drag • Saw for soft stone • Crosscut saw
  • 11. Types of Dressed Surfaces • HAMMER DRESSED OR QUARRY-FACED SURFACE • ROUGH TOOLED SURFACE. • TOOLED SURFACE • CUT STONE SURFACE • RUBBED SURFACE • POLISHED SURFACE
  • 12. Thank You
  • 13. Queries

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