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Why is the layout of the page so narrow? i cant even edit them.
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I hope you have some buttressing in mind for the arch with all that weight on it?
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I hope you have some buttressing in mind for the arch with all that weight on it?

You dont think the bricks to the side would be enough? care to elaborate? Thanks
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This great website from India will give you more than enough information about arches and loads.

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This great website from India will give you more than enough information about arches and loads.

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Interesting, thanks. I hope it holds up, crossing fingers. The red bricks on the side may serve as buttressing no?
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The red bricks on the side may serve as buttressing no?
Correct.
I mean correct about the last bit.
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Correct.
I mean correct about the last bit.
lol so no?
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Correct......

You dont have enough buttressing to counter the weight of the chimney.
It may stay up, it may also come down, plan for it to stay up.

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Looking at your arch line of thrust and referring to the website I posted, your arch is doomed to fail without adequate buttressing.
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Correct......

You dont have enough buttressing to counter the weight of the chimney.
It may stay up, it may also come down, plan for it to stay up.


Ill see how it looks once i take out the entry/arch form. Typically if its was to not stay up how would it go down first, from the sides? pushing outward?
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Ill see how it looks once i take out the entry/arch form.
It may look divine, but then divine dont defy gravity....


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Typically if its was to not stay up how would it go down first, from the sides? pushing outward?
Thats the way arches go.
An arches job in life is to just lay flat, it wants to stretch out.
You, the oven builder, have to stop it from doing so.
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