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In general, the study consisted of comparing the bending moment capacities of round mortise and tenon joints constructed with shoulders with the bending moment capacities of comparable joints without shoulders (Fig.
1981) compared the bending moment capacity of mortise and tenon joints with dowel and finger joints and made recommendations for the appropriate use of each joint.
In these specimens, the mortise and tenon joist-to-post joint shown in Figure 2 has been replaced by a "pinned" joint that is secured by means of what is essentially a "through bolt with dowel nut.
Baird and Jackson (12) studied a series of 24 SE4 and PE3 and four equivalents, where disruption of the deltoid ligament was diagnosed clinically by medial tenderness over the ligament and by radiographic confirmation of a widened mortise.
What makes a mortise lock particularly good is that it is fitted into a slot cut out of the door and its bolt goes into a "keeper" fitted into another slot cut out of the door frame.
Prices range from $12 switchplates and $15 Christmas ornaments to $700 and $800 mortise locks.
For example, a typical post for the south side of our building would have three brace mortises, a mortise at the top for a rafter foot, a tenon at the bottom to fit into the sill, two mortises for window framing, two half lap pockets for siding nailers, and three mortises for second floor connecting and bent girts.
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Suspect gained entry to the side door of a property by forcing the mortise lock.
com was launched by Vicki Semke, of Mig and Tig Furniture in Chicago, and Jerod Lazan, of Mortise & Tenon in Los Angeles.
Anteroposterior (AP), lateral, and mortise views of the ankle are taken (Fig.