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Brick bond

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Brick bond

  1. 1. PRESENTATION ON TYPES OF BRICK BONDING CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP Course teacher : Farjana Rahman Student name : zinnia mahajabin ID : ARC 054 05 617
  2. 2. A brick is building material used to make walls, pavements and other elements in masonry construction. Traditionally, the term brick referred to a unit composed of clay, but it is now used to denote any rectangular units laid in mortar. What is Brick ???
  3. 3. TYPES OF BRICK BONDING 1.STRETCHER bond / common bond / American bond 21. Dutch bond 2. Running bond 22.Zig-zag bond 3. English bond 23.Silver lock's bond 4.English cross bond 24.Cross bond 5.Garden wall bound 25.Stack bond 6.Flamish garden wall bond 26.Soldier bond 7. English garden wall bond 27.header bond 8. Flemish bond 28.Bull header bond 9. Double Flemish bond 29.Chain bond 10.Flamish Diagonal bond 30.Monk bond 11.Rat-Trap bond 12. Single basket weave bond 13.Double basket weave bond 14.Herringbone bond 15.Della-Robbia bond 16.Pinwheel bond 17.Scottish bond 18.Heading bond 19.Facing bond 20.Raking bond
  4. 4. 1.STRETCHER bond / common bond / American bond 1.course of headers five or six courses 2. header is always centered. 3. headers always align. Strength: medium load bearing wall Used in : residence, commercial building wall , temporary work e.t.c
  5. 5. 2.Running bond 1. 1/2 brick per course. Strength: not load bearing wall Used in : residence, commercial building wall ,veneered wall e.t.c
  6. 6. 3. English bond 1.courses of stretchers and headers Used in : residence, façade ,boundary wall e.t.c Strength: over load bearing wall
  7. 7. 4.English cross bond Used in : residence, façade , boundary wall e.t.c Strength: over load bearing wall & electrical / sewerage line transfer .
  8. 8. 5.Garden wall bound Three courses of stretchers to one of headers Used in : residence, garden boundary wall e.t.c Strength: non load bearing wall
  9. 9. 6.Flamish garden wall bond 1.one header to three or sometimes even five stretchers Used in : residence, garden boundary wall e.t.c Strength: non load bearing wall
  10. 10. 7.Flemish bond •Alternating headers and stretchers in each course Strength: over load bearing wall Used in : residence, garden boundary wall e.t.c
  11. 11. 10.Flamish Diagonal bond •Form of Flemish cross bond • Courses are offset to form a diagonal pattern. Strength: non load bearing wall
  12. 12. 11.Rat-Trap bond 1.Also known as Chines bond. 2.Air cavity helps in keeping the building cool. Strength: over load bearing wall Used in : residence, office , school , floor e.t.c Hide to the electrical line & pipe
  13. 13. Header bond 1.laid as headers on the faces. Used in : residence, surface , safety partition garden boundary wall e.t.c Strength: over load bearing wall
  14. 14. Stack bond Strength: over load bearing wall Used in : residence, school , building wall e.t.c vertical joints aligned
  15. 15. Dutch bond 1.Old English cross bond and consists of alternate courses of headers and stretchers. 2.three-quarter brick bat provided at the quoin. Used in : office, façade wall e.t.c Strength: load bearing wall
  16. 16. Herringbone bond laid at 45° in a zig-zag pattern. Used in : residence, façade ,boundary wall e.t.c Strength: medium load bearing wall
  17. 17. Scottish bond This bond has five courses of stretchers between every course of headers. Used in : office, façade wall e.t.c Strength: load bearing wall
  18. 18. Zig-zag bond Used in : residence, floor ,path way e.t.c Strength: non load bearing wall
  19. 19. Pinwheel bond Pinwheel bond is made of four bricks surrounding a square half-brick, repeated in a square grid. Strength: non load bearing wall Used in : residence, garden boundary wall e.t.c

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