Definition of Three-centered arch

1. Noun. A round arch whose inner curve is drawn with circles having three centers.

Exact synonyms: Basket-handle Arch
Generic synonyms: Round Arch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Three-centered Arch

threatning
threats
threatscape
threatscapes
threave
threaves
three
three-D
three-bagger
three-banded armadillo
three-base hit
three-body collisions
three-card monte
three-card trickster
three-center two-electron bond
three-centered arch (current term)
three-cornered
three-cornered bone
three-cornered leek
three-day event
three-day fever
three-day measles
three-decker
three-dimensional
three-dimensional diffraction pattern
three-dimensional figure
three-dimensional radar
three-dimensional record
three-dimensionality

Literary usage of Three-centered arch

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1. Theory of Solid and Braced Elastic Arches by William Cain (1909)
"three-centered arch. ALGEBRAIC SOLUTION IN FULL. 37. ... 13 is shown the left half of a three-centered arch, the radius of the upper portion DH of the ..."

2. Reinforced Concrete by Albert Wells Buel, Charles Shattuck Hill (1904)
"He prefers and generally uses with solid spandrel filling a three-centered arch, as it is less troublesome to construct, and, he thinks, is more pleasing to ..."

3. Reinforced Concrete by Albert Wells Buel, Charles Shattuck Hill (1906)
"He prefers and generally uses, with solid spandrel filling, a three-centered arch, as it is less troublesome to construct, and, he thinks, is more pleasing ..."

4. Reinforced Concrete by Albert Wells Buel, Charles Shattuck Hill (1904)
"He prefers and generally uses with solid spandrel filling a three-centered arch, as it is less troublesome to construct, and, he thinks, is more pleasing to ..."

5. Reinforced Concrete by Albert Wells Buel, Charles Shattuck Hill (1906)
"... a three-centered arch, as it is less troublesome to construct, and, he thinks, is more pleasing to the eye than a five-centered or elliptical arch, ..."

6. Science and Industry (1899)
"THE JOINTS IN A three-centered arch. John Keenan, Fall River, Matt. I HAVE noticed in some of your magazines the question, "How shall I set my lines to get ..."

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