Masonry arch culverts, Mechanical Engineering

Masonry Arch Culverts:

Brick or stone masonry arches were very popular forms for culverts till recently. The disadvantage with this form is the unavoidable humps in the longitudinal profile that result. It can also give employment to skilled masons. It is a labour intensive form of construction.

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