Mortise

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Mortise

In printing, a hole cut into a block or plate so type can be inserted.
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Exploratory study of the moment capacity and semi-rigid moment-rotation behavior of round mortise and tenon joints.
Withdrawal capacity of pinned and unpinned round mortise and tenon furniture Joints.
Exploratory study of the withdrawal resistance of round mortise and tenon joints with steel pipe cross pins.
Performance tests of small barn frame constructed with round mortise and tenon joints.
28 BF (finished) of lumber for the mortise and tenon construction as compared to 60.
Results of the study indicate that the joints of trusses constructed with round mortise and tenon joints of the type shown in Figure 1 have sufficient load capacity and regular behavior to be useful in light timber frame constructions.
The benefits obtained through the use of pipe as opposed to wood cross pins in round mortise and tenon joints are not clearly defined.
The construction of a small backyard barn frame using round mortise and tenon joints and squared members fabricated from small-diameter yellow-poplar stems was discussed in a previous paper (Eckelman et al.
Several studies of school chairs constructed with round mortise and tenon joints have been published (Eckelman et al.
Performance tests of furniture constructed with round mortise and tenon joints indicate that when the shoulders on the tenons fit closely against the walls of the members in which the tenons are inserted, the shoulders considerably increase the bending moment capacities of the joints.
This study investigated the effects of wood species, adhesive type, rail width, tenon depth, and tenon length on bending strength and flexibility of mortise and tenon T-type end to side grain joints.
An exploratory study was conducted to determine the withdrawal, lateral shear, and bending moment capacities of round mortise and tenon timber framing joints containing substantial amounts of juvenile wood.