|English to Italian translations [PRO]|
Tech/Engineering - Architecture / architecture
|English term or phrase: hunch|
|The structural system consists of flat slabs supported by randomly arranged supports. The skeleton and infill are clearly separated, and in order to attain optimal freedom for the infill, the structure is kept entirely to the outer perimeter. The supports are placed diagonally, providing both perpendicular strength and sustaining horizontal force to absorb earthquake tremors. In order to minimalize foundation and piling work, the current of force around the perimeter is concentrated in the central cylinder through the ³hunch² at the foot of the building. Reinforced concrete was chosen because the design would consist of the structure itself, without an exterior skin.|
|nodo del telaio|
I'm sure the word you're looking for is haunch, but I'm not sure of the correct translation.
Subject Building - Civil Engineering (BA)
(1) TERM knee
(2) TERM haunch
(1) TERM nodo del telaio
Italian - nodo del telaio (knee), fianco (belly, broadside, cheek, flank, hillside, hip, leg length, side, sidewall), coscia (crura, crus, ham, leg, thigh), anca (hip).
Lombolo: fianco incurvato del fondo di un bastimento, i punti sopra i quali esso appoggia, rimanendo in secco
DOC] guide spec Architectural Precast Concrete
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... Haunch bearing surface deviation from specified plane ± 1/8 in. ... 6" x 12" (or 4" x 8") molded concrete cylinder meeting applicable requirements of ...
Haunch - The part of an arch at which the lateral thrust is strongest.
Haunch- An extension, knee like protrusion of the foundation wall that a concrete porch or patio will rest upon for support.
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gabbia = hutch
I have the feeling this good be a typo and should read HUTCH and not HUNCH
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