unreinforced

unreinforced

(ˌʌnˌriːɪnˈfɔːst)
adj
(Building) not reinforced, braced, or supported
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The building is divisible to 40,000 feet and will feature a 32-foot clear height, 52x56 foot column spacing and 7-inch unreinforced concrete floors.
The topic of his Ph.D disertation was 'Computational modeling of confined and unreinforced brick masonry structures in Pakistan'.
The saga involving Portland's regulation of unreinforced masonry (URM) buildings continues, pitting building owners against the city over newly required warnings to tenants and the public about safety in the event of a major earthquake.
An unreinforced, flame-retardant nylon 66 designed to bring extra safety to electrical connectors for unattended appliances is new from Houston-based Ascend Performance Materials.
In this case, CFG piles combined with geogrid were adopted as an improvement method to reinforce the embankment built over CDG soils, while an unreinforced section was presented as a reference case.
Built in the second century, the Pantheon remains the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world.
It can be used in reinforced or unreinforced 8-, 10- and 12-in.
In this book, author Katrin Hanses presents readers with a comprehensive guide to essential knowledge regarding the properties of concrete, how it is produced, and the myriad possibilities for its use as a building material in both reinforced and unreinforced capacities.
A number of studies have investigated the effect of cyclic frequency on reinforced and unreinforced thermoplastics, as presented in a recent review by Mortazavian and Fatemi [3].
When the earthquake struck, unreinforced masonry gave way; later structures and walls separated from the original; walls cracked and leaned in various directions; heavy additions fell; roofs ripped off; door and window arches collapsed; woodwork tore apart.